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'THE BRIDGE THAT GOES NOWHERE'

Here are two St. Thomas Christmas offerings: "Way Down in Bovoni" and "America's Cup."

GUS RIMPEL GETS A NEW TITLE

Auguste E. Rimpel Jr. -- Gus to most people -- has gotten another promotion.

TURNBULL INAUGURAL EVENTS SET

Galas, grand balls, luncheons and receptions will lead up to the formal inauguration of Gov.-elect Charles W. Turnbull and Lt. Gov. Gerard Luz James on Jan 4.

FAMILY CENTER NEEDS A FEW GOOD MEN

The Family Resource Center needs men to serve as positive role models for young boys and to monitor the progress of participants in and graduates of the Men Terminating Violence Program.

GERS ADS SAY PAY RAISES JUSTIFIED

A full-page ad placed in local newspapers this weekend by the Government Employees Retirement System board of trustees says salary increases for 18 unclassified employees were fully warranted.

CHRISTMAS TREES ARE HARD TO FIND

Many island residents are likely to celebrate Christmas this year without a tree -- not even the traditional island century plant.

WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP SET AT TILLETT'S

The third annual watercolor workshop, by regular Virgin Islands visitor Sandy Meyer, will be held Friday and Saturday, Jan. 15 and 16. The theme will be "The Colors of Life."

SEIWERT'S WORK AT HOSPITALITY LOUNGE

Peggy Seiwert will be the featured artist for January at the St. Thomas-St. John Chamber of Commerce Hospitality Lounge in downtown Charlotte Amalie.

TILLETT USHERS IN 'BLUES WEEK'

Tillett Gardens has expanded its musical horizons in the past two years, and January will feature blues concerts with Paul Oscher.

BARBARA TYNE RESIGNS FROM TOPA EQUITIES

Barbara Tyne, senior vice president of Topa Equities, has resigned effective Jan. 31.

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