Pulau Zombie game has been cancelled on St. John Island

The highly anticipated zombie role-playing event schedule for September has been cancelled because its organizer, Void Deck Games, have not received the permits needed to launch the adventure. Void Deck Games has decided to issue refunds to all who purchased tickets for the sold-out event now rather than find the applications for permits did not … Read more

8-Tuff Duffer–The popular annual foot race across St. John attracts athletes and antics

It’s 5am on a Saturday and not only am I up and dressed, I’m headed to town, a.k.a. Cruz Bay.  The early bird catches the sunrise, after which I’ll be hoofing it over the mountainous terrain of St. John for 8.3 miles with almost a thousand other souls, or in this case, soles. I’m neither … Read more

Where Have All the Hippies Gone? Find Hippies of all ages living life to its fullest in Coral Bay, St. John

While every community supports those within it, residents of St. John island takes that spirit to a different level. No where can that be seen more clearly than in the frequent celebrations in the gloriously rustic and peaceful harbor town on the east side of St. John called Coral Bay. St. Johnians are a loving … Read more

February is for Lovers–St. John Offers a Warm Welcome to Lovebirds

February is a time for good loving on St. John. The island offers a warm welcome to all the winter lovebirds looking to escape the grey skies and cold weather of winter. St. John is the ultimate romantic escape, whether you choose to indulge in the duty-free shops, head over to Coral Bay for a … Read more

Prom Time

This Saturday, December 12th, St. Johnians will dust off their best threads and dress-up to celebrate the season. Residents clean-up well, some not even recognizable without their trademark scruff and duct taped flops. All are welcome to what locals affectionately call “the prom”, where hundreds descend on Mongoose Junction in Cruz Bay to drink, laugh, … Read more

Labor Day

labor day

Labor Day on St. John is a curious holiday. Unlike any other day of the year, the sleepy side called Coral Bay wakes up and goes a little nuts for a few hours. If you haven’t experienced the Coral Bay Labor Day parade, you haven’t seen how a small community of a few hundred year-round … Read more

Carnival Days


Carnival Days St. John may be small, but it puffs up during the month of June and explodes on July 4th with the annual Carnival festival. Each of the Caribbean islands has their own form of Carnival celebration at different times of the year, and St. John’s happens to coincide with America’s Independence Day. For … Read more

Family Favorite

Family Favorite St. John’s Carnival Festival is coming to town! The month-long celebration begins in early June and climaxes on July 4th, with dancing and drinking at daybreak (called j’ouvert) that continues throughout the day with a colorful, eye-popping parade, and finishes with a final flurry of fireworks after dark. Events and activities throughout the … Read more

Little Bit Country


Little Bit Country St. John is kicking up her heels today for the start of the first Love City Country Music Festival on St. John. The 3-day event begins today with a launch party at Soggy Dollar on White Bay in Jost Van Dyke, and continues for the next two days on St. John with … Read more

Waga Day

Waga Day Kiss

Waga Day Today’s the day! 5-9pm in Cruz Bay, don’t miss the island dog show in its 15th year. Pet a dog, eat a hot dog, howl like a wolf with laughter – Wagapalooza always delivers. Seats are provided, although bringing your own beach chair assures you a seat.  Registration starts at 5pm and the … Read more