(1) Jim C. in NJ: What’s your 60s song?
Response: Interesting. Result I got was “Good Vibrations” by the Beach Boys. But I question the validity of this … it did not show “Happy Together” for me.
(2) Bill K. in CA: Thumbs up, Blaine. Thanks! Aquarius sounds like it’ll be worth watching.
(3) Travel Industry Responds to Rise in Solo Sojourners
(4) Catherine O. in ME: Thanks for another great issue. My first car was a Ford Falcon. The piece on Letterman was very revealing and down to home, just like Dave.And I wish more people understood and acted on the quote you like.
(5) Ingrid S. in PA: Thank you Blaine for your feature in the newsletter and also for your hospitality during our visit. We loved Asheville and look forward in the future (hopefully near) to be able to visit for a nice day out.
Section 12A, NC events
(1) Will H. in NC: The HeArt of Horse Sense
Art Auction & Social
Thursday, June 4th | 6:00 – 7:30 pm
A small collection of hand-selected art—photography, stained
glass, woodworking, metal work, oil paintings, and more—from
local community-minded artists who will be donating a portion of
all proceeds to Heart of Horse Sense.
The silent auction will end at 7:00 pm—you do not need to be
present to win on a bid you placed.
60 N. Market Street: Park at the
Register of Deeds on Woodfin
St. and walk through the back
parking lot of the Renaissance
Hotel, or park in the back lot of
the Rennaissance Hotel.
Silent Art Auction & Social Fundraiser
Thursday June 4, 2015 – 6:00-7:30 pm
In the Heart of Downtown Asheville
Healthy & Delicious Catering
by Chef Katie
Making a difference
through Equine Therapy.
In 2014, Heart of Horse Sense
provided free Therapeutioc
Horsemanship to over 120 WNC
Veterans and 45 at-risk youth from
RSVP to HeartofHorseSense@gmail.com by June 1st
(2) A Different Strokes PAC presents Coyote On A Fence, by Bruce Graham.
Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective
Based on a true story. The play stars John Brennan, a death row convict who kicked in the face of a drug dealer named Dwayne Rigby prior to the start of the play. John, is educated and arrogant; a serious writer who now writes for the “Death Row Advocate,” and may only be guilty of doing society a favor. On death row, John meets Robert Alvin “Bobby” Reyburn. lliterate but likable, Bobby is a funny young guy who loves to do impressions. He’s also a member of the Aryan nation, convicted of a horrific crime. As each awaits his fate on death row, one evokes sympathy, the other derision. In vivid scenes,Coyote on a Fence explores the disturbing question: Can one be innocent though proven guilty? This penetrating new drama offers no clear verdict, just utterly compelling theatre.
For tickets, please click:
Section 12B, PA/NJ event
Section 12C, National event
The Flower Power Cruise (aboard the top-rated Celebrity Constellation)
takes place from FEBRUARY 29-MARCH 5, 2016. Visit FT. LAUDERDALE, FL • COZUMEL, MEXICO • KEY WEST, FL.
Sail with legendary artists and create unforgettable memories.
The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie, Blood, Sweat & Tears featuring Bo Bice, Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals, Micky Dolenz – The Monkees Lead Singer (also serving as our cruise host), The Grass Roots, The Guess Who, Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone, Jefferson Starship, Mark Lindsay former Lead Singer of Paul Revere & The Raiders, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, Link and Christian Nesmith, Abbey Road on the River presents artists BritBeat, Jukebox and Hal Bruce, More to be Added Soon!
In addition to live performances from award-winning, talented artists and beautiful ports of call, this cruise is non-stop fun with a jam-packed schedule of onboard events.
Unlike at a concert, you have the chance to mingle and interact with these amazing performers while onboard. Events include:
Meet and Greets
Game Shows & Trivia
844.299.3599 (flower), toll-free
Mention the code TV Guide for special rates.