Zemi inspired art
Roy Lawaetz, a native of St. Croix, has put the Virgin Islands on the global map by exhibiting his paintings at prestigious art events around the world.
Dramatic revelations in St. John
Is life a tragedy, comedy or just a big lesson? Former St. John resident Raie Elen Lee asks these questions and more in her provocative memoir set in St. John.
Virgin Islands residents promote Caribbean tourism
The U.S. Virgin Islands is assuming a more visible role in regional tourism, with the election of two Virgin Islanders to prominent posts in Caribbean tourism.
Visit the U.S. Virgin islands
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How about mackerel and bananas, roast breadfruit with salt fish or dumb bread with home made jam, washed down with bush tea? Click for more.
Bill Eastern knows how to make music. For over twenty years he's entertained audiences with his feel good music. You can listen to his soothing sounds in a tavern in chilly New England or under a swaying Caribbean palm. Click for more.
Restaurants come and go, but Miss Lucy’s on St. John’s south shore, has endured the test of island time. Click for more.
Art lovers converge for the weekly sunset party at Elaine Estern’s Coconut Coast Studios, near Frank Bay’s small stretch of sand. Click for more.
Nature’s way, a vegan deli offers a welcome respite from unhealthy island indulgences. A savvy selection of salads, sandwiches and wraps proves that good for you can also taste terrific. Click for more.
St. John's most beloved chef continues to thrill guests at his landmark restaurant in Cruz Bay. Click for more.
In late October insiders were grabbing at his suit coat sleeves at the Eden Roc hotel in Miami, where industry professionals from around the globe converged at the 15th annual Shared Ownership Investment Conference. Click for more.
The Caribbean is the top international choice among among U.S. timeshare vacationers, but the demand exceeds the inventory. Click for more.
Both visiting celebrities, and local residents flock to Alexandra Ewald’s tiny restaurant in the center of St. John’s Cruz Bay to experience the result of her creativity in the kitchen. Click for more.
Island living unfortunately often means buying food that travels more than we do. But is possible to enjoy fresh fruits and roots, grown here in the Caribbean. You just got to know where to look. Click for more.
Living in "Paradise" is still possible. Check out these realtors in the U.S. Virgin Islands for residential, commerical or investment property in St. Croix, St. Thomas, St. John or Water Island. Click for more.
Owner Phyllis Hall continues her family's tradition of genuine hospitality at Hillcrest Guest House in St. John. She makes it easy to settle in and watch the sunset. Click for more.
Norma Krieger has produced and managed multi-million dollar advertising projects for worldwide brands. Now she’s back home in her native St. Croix, bringing sophistication to her island-based agency, Krieger Creative Group. Click for more.
The Pineapple is ripe with symbolism in the Caribbean with an exotic past. Click for more.
The U.S. Virgin Islands is assuming a more visible role in regional tourism, with the election of two Virgin Islanders to prominent posts in Caribbean tourism. Click for more.
Planning a wedding in the Virgin Islands is easy and care-free with a little help from savvy wedding professionals. Find the best wedding products and services here. Click for more.
Virgin Island Sustainable Farm Institute serves up slow food dinners that nourish you and the environment. Click for more.
Small business owners in the Virgin Islands may be more fortunate than those in other regions, thanks to a dynamic resource for entrepreneurs. Click for more.
Some offer a few takes on native street foods, others elegant new Caribbean cuisine, with plenty of dining in between. Click for more.
The alleys and back streets have tales to tell. But you need to listen and imagine the lives lived in the teeming ports of Charlotte Amalie, St.Thomas, and St.Croix's twin towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted. Click for more.