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Bryan: Don't Expect Nightclubs, Bars to Reopen Until Feb-March 2021 at the Earliest

Ernice Gilbert | September 22, 2020

Virgin Islanders longing for fetes should assimilate to the new norms caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, as bars and nightclubs are not expected to be cleared for reopening until February-March of 2021 at the earliest.  That's according to Governor Albert Bryan, speaking during his Monday Covid-19 press briefing where he attempted to set the expectation relative to the reauthorization of mass gatherings in the territory. Mr. Bryan said while the administration has been looking at protocols on how to reopen those establishments, it would be a while before clubbing and other similar events are allowed. "Opening up this time I can definitely say that that's not something we're going to implement immediately," Mr. Bryan said, adding that the administration may need to have a conversation with nightclub and bar owners on how the government could…

Music Video Featuring 15 Artists From USVI and BVI…

Donna Bellot | September 17, 2020

A few months ago Patrick “Soljah” Farrell had an idea for a song. Like many other Virgin Islanders,…

Caribbean Cinemas to Reopen For Showings Beginning…

Staff Consortium | September 15, 2020

Caribbean Cinemas in Market Square East, St. Thomas and Sunny Isle, St. Croix are re-opening on Thursday…

Bryan's Mass Gathering Bill Slammed in Senate, Rejected…

Ernice Gilbert | August 11, 2020

A bill sent to the Senate by Governor Albert Bryan which sought to create what is being called the Board…

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On St. Croix, Theater Reopens But Residents Stay Away

Ernice Gilbert | June 12, 2020

ST. CROIX — The Caribbean Cinemas theater in St. Croix opened on Thursday for the first time after closing in March along with a host of other nonessential businesses as part of the local government...

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