Archive | March, 2015

Conservation Efforts on St. Croix

                  – Corals Being Restored The Nature Conservancy is leading research on staghorn and elkhorn corals.  Both types...

Art Show this Weekend to Benefit St. Croix Schools

                              Starting Friday and through the weekend, a group of 34 St. Croix artists will...

“The View Is To Die For”

When you check out the travel reviews of St. Croix, you often read “the view is to die for!”  Our lovely island is structured with ideal topography for excellent views....

Rainy Day Activities for Families

While St. Croix residents are spoiled to nearly perfect weather year-round (typical forecast is 88 degrees and sunny with a 10 percent chance of rain), on a few days of the...

Island Life – Paradigm Shifts – Part Two

Recently the blog Women Who Live on Rocks posted a list of odd ways islanders behave elsewhere.  It is certainly true that island life changes you, but the vast majority of those...

Island Life – Paradigm Shifts – Part One

Team of volunteers picking up trash on a sunny day

Recently the blog Women Who Live on Rocks posted a list of odd ways islanders behave elsewhere.  It is certainly true that island life changes you, but the vast majority of those...

Culinary Competition Thrives on St. Croix

If you’re an expert in the kitchen, you will be in good company on St. Croix. Several competitions exist throughout the year including cook-offs for ribs, chili, kallaloo /...

Tapping Your Creativity in the Caribbean

                    St. Croix seems to draw artistic personalities. The first time you see a show at Caribbean Community Theater, you...