• Duck hunting, bird watching do not mix

    I’m writing to bring your attention to a problem encountered this recent Thanksgiving morning. My family had been visiting the “Forgotten Coast” area for several years and had the privilege of ...


  • Downtown Apalachicola does not belong to Main Street

    One cannot help but notice the aesthetic changes brought to, or rather, inflicted upon Apalachicola by the local affiliate of Main Street America, a national organization according to its ... READ MORE

  • Saving the day on a lonely, dark road

    Christmas time. Happy Sunday afternoon in Tallahassee bowling with my grandsons, the younger of whom was especially sweet and helpful, with an eye to buttering grandmother up for a cool Christmas...


  • Laughter is the best medicine

    I think the call for an apology from Mr. Adlerstein for his review of the Panhandle Players’ The Hallelujah Girls (See Nov. 27 Times “‘Hallelujah Girls’ gushes with fresh blood) is due to a ...


  • Stop feeding bears, and secure garbage

    Editor’s note: This letter refers to an Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission action on Dec. 4 in which FWC officials captured a bear in the Lake Mary neighborhood where a woman was ... READ MORE

  • Who killed the Christmas tree?

    My apologies to Main Street Apalachicola, for something I wrote in my letter to the editor last week (See Nov. 27 Apalachicola/Carrabelle Times “Promises broken around Christmas tree.”) I spoke... READ MORE

  • Apology due the St. George Plantation

    Mr. Adlerstein, I feel sure that Bunny Ison’s portrayal of a “ pretentious, overdressed snootypoot” is exactly as director Aguiar wanted it. Being a friend and neighbor of Bunny's, I am sure that... READ MORE

  • A critic’s cavalier attitude towards charity

    David Adlerstein`s review of the excellent play "The Hallelujah Girls" in last week's Times was quite interesting. I saw the play, deftly directed by Ed Aguiar and superbly acted by the...


  • High praise for SGI Cat Allies

    St. George Island Cat Allies is a group of very dedicated people who have organized to humanely protect and manage the ever-growing population of feral cats on the island. They are doing this by ...


  • Historical preservation invaluable and necessary

    Bravo! And again, BRAVO, Marie Marshall, for your recent letter regarding a most complementary site for Apalachicola's library: the old and grand Flatauer home that was so soundly and tastefully ...


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