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TWO WOMEN ARTISTS AND A RESTAURANT

For three nights diners at Alexander's Cafe in Frenchtown will miss the old familiar photos of Austria. They have been replaced by the unique works of two local artists, who showed their work in St. Thomas for the first time in April. A reception will be held starting at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 22 at Alexander's.

TWO WOMEN ARTISTS AND A RESTAURANT

For three more nights two local artists, who showed their work in St. Thomas for the first time in April, will have work hanging for public view. And it will be where they work, too. A reception will be held starting at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 22 at Alexander's Cafe in Frenchtown

TWO NEW ARTISTS SHOWING AT JIMMY'S STUDIO

Lexie Montgomery and Jessi Smith made their debut on the Virgin Islands art scene at 5 p.m. Friday, April 2, at Jimmy's studio on Government Hill. The show will continue through April 16.

VIPA TAKES STEPS TO BOOST TOURISM

The V.I. Port Authority board passed two measures Wednesday designed to attract more cruise ships to St. Croix and additional airline flights to the territory.

BACCHANAL ONLY A WEEK AWAY

There's great St. Thomian excitement brewing in Key West right now as plans are being completed for the fourth annual St. Thomas Bacchanal to be held there this year.

UVI PROFESSOR CRITICIZES EVALUATION PROCESS

In a lengthy mass e-mail to University faculty on April 14, a UVI professor whose contract was not renewed accused the administration of giving undue weight to student evaluations in its teaching performance assessment system. Dr. Aubrey Fowler's allegations proved to be the catalyst for a series of other e-mails, some mass and some not, addressing the system and also the alleged support or lack thereof for the Business Administration Division by the University administration.

OPENNESS? TRANSPARENCY?

Recent criticism of the media by Sen. Lorraine L. Berry prompts us to review the manner in which certain high-profile stories have been handled — and to ask, "Who is Gov. Charles W. Turnbull's press secretary?"

WEEK OF THE YOUNG CHILD

April 18 through 24, is the Week of the Young Child. This year's theme is "Early Years are Learning Years - Make Them Count."

DONASTORG SAYS 3 OTHERS BACK PSC HEARING

Sen. Adlah "Foncie" Donastorg is still pushing for a legislative hearing on the Public Services Commission and said Wednesday that three colleagues are supporting his request. Donastorg also criticized his majority colleagues for turning the PSC investigation over to the territory's inspector general, calling it "passing the buck."

DONASTORG SAYS 3 OTHERS BACK PSC HEARING

Sen. Adlah "Foncie" Donastorg is still pushing for a legislative hearing on the Public Services Commission and said Wednesday that three colleagues are supporting his request. He also criticized his majority colleagues for turning the PSC investigation over to the territory's inspector general, calling it "passing the buck."

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