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Happy Valentine's: An Evening of Conscious Love Sounds by Singers Kenya Eugene and Francillia

Kia Griffith | February 14, 2021

Local artists Kenya Eugene and Francillia filled the audience at Serenity's Nest, a facility owned by former Senator Positive Nelson on Salt River Road, with the sounds of conscious love during a Saturday night event that served as a mental break from the current times dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic. The affair was hosted by Beautiful Dreamers Behavioral and Educational Center, and with love as the theme, it fitted well with the Valentine's Day weekend. Music artists Ras Attitude and Mada Nile were in attendance as well, along with approximately 200 other people who were socially distanced by reserved seating and standing room areas under a clear starry night sky. Food vendors served vegan meals like fried cauliflower and rasta popcorn, along with traditional Crucian foods such as johnny cake and sprat, a selection of seafood patés, and…

Magens Bay Becomes First Beach in Territory With Walkway…

Kyle Murphy | January 20, 2021

ST. THOMAS — In October, the 33rd Legislature passed a bill that would help make beaches more accessible…

USVI Student Wins UK Government's Prestigious Marshall…

Staff Consortium | December 09, 2020

For the first time in the history of the program, a U.S. Virgin Islands student won the UK Government’s…

St. Croix Physician Assistant Chosen for National…

Staff Consortium | October 14, 2020

ST. CROIX — Camille M. Paul, a St. Croix-based physician assistant, was chosen this summer to participate…