By request from one of the Dead.net locals who's planning a trip to the city by the Bay. People to meet, things to see, and any other cool stuff you'd like to mention.
Notwithstanding the title, flowers in your hair are not quite the fashion statement they once were, but in the springtime...
If you're up in Napa County this weekend, head to Healdsburg tomorrow to check out a rare exhibition of Jerry art and a talk about same by Roberta Weir. At the Just for You Gallery, up through early March.
Say it ain't so Fluff. I havn't been gone that long. Have I?
it's all the hollywood version
we'll be there ahead of the Jerry activities. Got to get them to reschedule the 1/2 m next time!
I grew up in Ohio, lived in Colorado for 15 years, and now live in Adelaide, South Australia. In 3 weeks my wife, three step kids(15,14,10), mother/ father-in-law and I will be in San Francisco starting a nine week holiday taking us all over the U.S. San Fran is my favorite city in the states. This will be the first trip for my family. We just have 4 days there, but have much planned. After that we head to Vegas, Denver, South Carolina, Atlanta, Orlando, back north to D.C., New York, Niagra Falls, Ohio, Tennesse, then back to S.C. to fly back here to Adelaide.
A trip of a lfetime for the kids and hopefully they will see the real America rather than the hollywood version.
See ya soon.
have a great time while you're here! Catching the Jerry festivities?
a week from today. A bud and I are going to do the SF 1/2 maraton - his 1st, my 3rd. Of course, I'll be making a stop or two at Amoeba and marauding the streets of North Beach and the Missions. I love the two hour time-zone thing - I'm from St. Louis - and the feeeel of the pristine skies and cooool temps. Oh, lawdy! The coolest thing is my family and I (and daughter's boyfriends - more than one daughter) were very recently in Hilton Head, S.C. Two different universes in a month!!!
So if you see a bald Italian and a tan Irishman, be sure to say hola, y'all!
Be sure to wear some trousers, don't go bare.
Pretty interesting plot though! Enjoy!
FINAL FAX Special Project @ the Main Gallery!
Box of Rain
Thursday, July 19 at 7pm
Renowned playwright Kevin Killian's new play will be performed at the Gallery for one night only!
When a San Francisco gallery installs a new fax machine, the astounded staff is confronted with the possibility of regular communication between the living and the dead.
Free, open to the public @ SFAC Main Gallery.
For more information, please contact SFAC Main Gallery or visit our website, http://www.sfartscommission.org/.
Location: SFAC Main Gallery, 401 Van Ness Avenue
Hours: Wednesday - Saturday, 12 - 5 p.m.