Part 2 - Neville James continues his conversation with St. John Administrator Shikima L. Jones-Sprauve, examining the needs of her district, how things have changed since she took office, and the potential for a marina on St. John. St. Croix Administrator Sammuel Sanes calls in to speak towards the state of projects on St. Croix and the importance of fostering interconnectivity and travel between all three districts. Director of Corporate Communications at WAPA, John P. Greaux Jr. ends the show with an update on several service interruptions.
Part 1 - On today’s show, Neville James hosts the administrators from all three districts. St. Thomas-Water Island Administrator Avery Lewis shares his personal struggle with COVID-19 and speaks to the state of various projects in his district. The Supervisor of Elections, Caroline Fawkes, calls in an update on National Voter Registration Day, and St. John Administrator Shikima L. Jones-Sprauve joins the conversation to discuss some of her initiatives on St. John.
Part 1 - Neville James opens with a COVID-19 update. He honors Ruth Bader Ginsburg and addresses the controversy surrounding her vacant seat on the Supreme Court. He engages former Senator Ronald Russell in a discussion on the composition of the Legislature, last week’s special session, and the state of crime and public safety in the USVI, referencing an Daily News article from 1968 in a call for federal assistance in reducing the amount of firearms being brought into the territory.
Part 2 - Neville James interviews special guest Milt Newton, the assistant general manager of the Milwaukee Bucks. Milt details his career, from his start on St. Thomas, through his college days at the University of Kansas, to his various executive and managerial positions in the NBA, touching on the importance of education and giving back to the community.
Part 1 - Neville James host visiting experimental archaeologist and archer Juan Torres and his bows in the studio. They discuss Juan’s background, his concentrations, the work he is doing here on St. Croix, and a brief history of the tribes and their migration patterns in the Caribbean.
Part 1 - Supervisor of Elections, Caroline Fawkes, joins Neville James in the studio for a comprehensive discussion of all things related to the Elections System of the Virgin Islands. They run through the calendar, examine each race, announce polling sites, and discuss the precarious states of the ICM party and the VIGOP. League of Women Voters USVI President, Dr. Gwen-Marie Moolenaar, calls in a reminder of the upcoming Referendum Virtual Town Hall, and Raymond Williams, Chairman of the Board of Elections, speaks to the importance of voting in the territory.
Part 1 - Neville James hosts territorial epidemiologist Dr. Esther Ellis and Dr. Brett Ellis, the territory laboratory director, in a mid-month update on the state of COVID-19 in the USVI. Dr. Esther Ellis details that the Department of Health (DOH) is concentrating on congregate living facilities as they work towards a 14-day period with zero positives results. She provides some clarity regarding the discrepancies between the DOH and Lime Tree Bay’s data, the safety protocols in place for private and parochial schools, and the health declarations required at ports throughout the territory.