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The Best of Both Worlds Fine Art and Craft Gallery invites the public to a Friday Night Fête set for 6-9 p.m. on Feb. 6 at Mongoose Junction, St. John. For the next six weeks, the fêtes will feature the work of visiting and local artists in a variety of media from artwo
The Virgin Islands Public Television System, WTJX-Channel 12, is promoting “Earth, A New Wild,” which will premiere on WTJX on Feb. 4. This five part series takes a look at humankind’s relationship to the planet’s wildest places and most fascinating species
When screenwriter Oliver Ottley and director Alton Glass visited the U.S. Virgin Islands to screen their award-winning film “CRU” at the end of their 18-city tour, they did not expect to find the territory so eager for a film revolution.
I’m still reeling from the possibilities myself, because author Greer Macallister’s conjured up the kind of novel that pulls readers in, shakes us up and leaves us feeling sawed in two.
Kimberly Boulon Fine Art Gallery will exhibit “An Evening With the Arts, Visual and Performing,” the first of two events for 2015,“ which will open on Friday, Feb. 13, at the Marketplace in Cruz Bay, St. John.
The next solo exhibition of new paintings by prolific, St. Croix artist John Obafemi Jones is “Fire Down There: Uncompromising Expressions of Sounds and Color,” which will begin from 5-8 p.m. on March 5 with a reception at Walsh Metal Works Gallery.
“Expressionist Impulses: Visions, Anxieties & Desires,” the fourth in a series of PoP-Up Art exhibitions curated by PHR-Art Projects, will open from 5:30-8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 31, at Yacht Haven Grande on St. Thomas.
I think mystery lovers and fans of thrillers will both get a kick out of reading this novel, so look for it this week. But beware – start “The Girl on the Train” and any plans you had will be derailed.