The people of the Virgin Islands have the power to elect a governor every four years and also send a delegate to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. During his long career, Dr. Melvin Herbert Evans served in both roles.
Nautical scenes of the V. I. often include seaplanes. These days, Seaborne Airlines provides flights between St. Thomas and St. Croix. But island-hopping service dates back to 1963 when famed aviator Charles F. “Charlie” Blair, Jr. started Antilles Air Boats.
Exotic treasures have long been part of tropical island lore. At House of Rajah on Raadets Gade, dazzling adornments and timepieces are yours to discover in an enchanting family-owned enterprise rich in its own 50-year-long history.
A Flamboyan favorite, Mim’s Seaside Bistro is a sparkling gem of a restaurant offering American cuisine with special emphasis on seafood. June 15, 2022 marked the 30th anniversary of the popular enterprise. What an impressive achievement!
Flamboyan Resort is a proud member of USVIHTA,a forward-thinking non-profit that “… serves as the unifying organization for hotels, guest houses, inns, condominiums, campgrounds and other tourism related business in the St. Thomas-St. John district of the United States Virgin Islands.”
Known locally as “The Rum of the Islands,” Cruzan Rum is rooted deep in St. Croix. Since the early 17th century, islanders have been adept at producing molasses and rum. Founded in 1760, the Cruzan tradition has been carried on by eight generations of the Nelthropp family at Estate Diamond.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the U.S. Virgin Islands announced the 70th edition of “Carnival Virgin Islands” on St. Thomas will be held from April 27 to May 1, 2022. This year’s theme is “A New Cultural Roogadoo for Carnival 2022.
“Your Medical Home in the Virgin Islands” is the official, and decidedly appropriate slogan for Red Hook Family Medical Group. With three convenient offices between the two islands of St. Thomas and St. John, you can count on professional care whether you are an island resident or visitor. How comforting!
Born on St. Thomas in 1891 when the island was part of the Danish West Indies, Rothschild “Polly” Francis was a councilman, civil rights activist. and labor leader. Through his publication, “The Emancipator,” he openly denounced injustices on Virgin Islanders by those in power.
Referred to in numerous Virgin Islands Board of Education documents as “…one of the icons of local education,” Jose Antonio Jarvis dedicated his talent and energy to benefit the community of St. Thomas.
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