Are you ready for a little late night fun for a great cause? Come on out and support the St. John Cancer Fund at Glitty Titty tonight!
Good Morning, Good Morning! How is everyone doing out there in the world? As the slowest time of the year comes to a blissful close, things are starting to pick up, slowly but surely, here in Love City. And next week many local businesses and community members will take advantage of this dwindling slow time to welcome a group of wounded veterans to St. John for a week of healing, exploration, adventure and relaxation.
It’s that time of year again, dust off those brooms and scary masks because spooky season is upon us! Get ready for a frightfully delightful Halloween that will surely be one for the books, because next weekend is jam packed with trick or treating, costume contests, parties, and one undoubtedly memorable night of karaoke!
It’s Ocean Week on St. John and there are plenty of ways to get involved on island or from home!
It’s that time of year again…The St. John Land Conservancy launched their annual Love for the Land Fundraiser this week. And this time around one lucky winner will have the opportunity to island hop a bit while indulging in this amazing prize package. For the cost of ONE raffle ticket, two guests will enjoy FOUR nights on Lovango Cay at the Lovango Resort + Beach Club and an additional THREE nights at Joy of Life Villa in Coral Bay. Top that off with some delicious dining and drinking indulgences, complimentary transportation while on island AND a few boat days and, well…you’ve got yourself a picture-perfect vacation!
Beginning Saturday, September 16th, you may have started seeing or hearing about rolling electrical outages. So, what actually happened?
After literal years of anticipation, and even in the midst of rolling power outages, I was able to get my library card on Friday morning.
Governor Albert Bryan Jr. has issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency in response to the Bovoni Landfill fire on St. Thomas. The fire, burning since September 14th, has caused the closing of schools and businesses due to poor air quality.
Good Morning! We have some exciting news for baseball fans. The Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has officially become a partner with arguably the most iconic and historic MLB team, the Chicago Cubs!
Good Morning. We are watching Storm Lee which is expected to pass north of the Virgin Islands this weekend. On Wednesday, September 6th it was changed from being classified as a Tropical Storm to a Category 1 Hurricane. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) warns that it is expected to continue to strengthen and become a very dangerous hurricane. However, at this time it is unlikely to hit the US Virgin Islands, and the National Hurricane Center has the storm tracking to pass several hundred miles north between Sunday and Monday.