Want to wish all a great new year and that you will have the health insurance you need!!
I keep reading on this cloudless California day how the country is falling behind in health care, education, even broadband…though the internet was America’s gift to the world. Mix in immigration reform, global warming (climate change)…the oceans are rising, racial problems (still!), poverty (still!), homeless, mental issues (not just with Congress!) with no one to treat them…as the country’s descent into never-never land continues….
But the wine is good and love and kindness abound…
Thank you for your friendship. Your practicalness, your very realness and rational selves are not taken lightly or for granted….
Drink a toast this new year to friends we are, and friends we will be. The community is a very special and caring one. Still — Wouldn’t you love to be a dictator for a couple of months.
This is so late!!! To one and all – a happy Thanksgiving. It is a wonderful holiday, and there is so much to be thankful for. Sorry this is so short, but promise to write pages and pages of thoughts, plans, Dark S. updates, books ,film, and reflections on how much you all have meant to me….if anyone reads this. I have been blessed. We all have our frustrations with the little agitations of life…like Washington, DC. politics. Did like what the Pope had to say yesterday. Like him. … Again, my love to all and will be better about writing.
As has been reported on David’s web site and through various Dark Shadows outlets, the Dark Shadows Festival will hold its Dark Shadows Island Weekend in Coronado, California on April 27-28, 2013. Events on April 27 focus on the premiere of Dr. Mabuse at the Coronado Village Theatre. David will join the festivities on April 28 at the Coronado Island Marriott Resort.
Among the events scheduled for Sunday, April 28, is a performance by David Selby accompanied by James Storm (Gerard Stiles). David and Jim have been working hard over the past few weeks to put together something memorable for Dark Shadows fans. The show will be comprised of approximately twelve songs, and will last around 90 minutes to an hour.
Here is what David has to say about the songs:
They are personal songs written as a thank-you to the fans and as an homage to Dark Shadows and the fans. . . . The show is for them because they have been there all the way, while many joined in later, but all are so appreciated.
To register for the Dark Shadows Island Weekend, please consult the event flyer or the Dark Shadows Festival web site. Please note that schedules are approximate and may be adjusted during the event as necessary.
We look forward to seeing you there!