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Fox Mercer posted this to my facebook page so I thought I’d share it here.
I’m coming to Palm Beach soon for my first ever show in town, and it’s free! I’m from Oxford, England, not sure if you knew that? I’ve never had an amazing FL crowd: let’s change that! I sing about peace, love & the environment, & I’m trying to bring meaning back to music, like John Lennon did. The live show is family friendly & will make you laugh. I perform for free, & sleep in my car, so your support is appreciated! Please come & bring friends!
Fri 25th Mar, starts at 7pm – WEST PALM BEACH
Starbucks, 226 Clematis St
Plus: Sat 26th 8pm FT LAUD. @ Stork’s Bakery & Cafe (3325 S University Dr, Davie, FL), Sun 27th 7pm MIAMI @ The Bookstore in the Grove (3399 Virginia St, Coconut Grove, FL), Talla-Naples-Key West-Orlando-Daytona-Jax, & more! Check my sites (below)! Also, know any cheap, local, delicious food for a hungry Englishman far from home?
Your friend – Fox Elipsus
With the Mayoral election just 30 days away I’d like to take a minute to reiterate my support for Jeri Muoio for Mayor of West Palm Beach.
Most of you, readers of aGuyonClematis.com, my fellow twitterers & facebook friends, are locals – people with families who live, work, and play in West Palm Beach. We enjoy the cuisine of local restaurants, we meet at the Green Market and enjoy the free concerts at Clematis by Night and Sunday at the Waterfront. Our parks that we spend so much time in are maintained by the city. The fate of our neighborhoods and local businesses are determined by the decisions which are made at City Hall and the actions of people who are appointed to their positions by the Mayor.
I do not usually like to get into politics, but the changes that a new Mayor will bring affect me and my community so intensely that I feel it is my responsibility to urge everyone I interact with to engage themselves in the upcoming elections and vote for a candidate who represents them.
My candidate is Jeri Muoio.
Over the last few years, our infrastructure has been improved and our city has been beautified. Now it’s time to focus on the people and small businesses who will ultimately bring long lasting prosperity to not just downtown, but the whole West Palm Beach area.
It is my firm belief that the person to move us forward needs to be someone who understands and connects directly with the people of West Palm Beach, someone who is not indebted to a single group and someone who is not encumbered with personal business relationships which inherently conflict with the responsibilities of a Mayor.
Jeri has a clear vision for the future of West Palm Beach, which has been demonstrated through the clear and substantive answers that she gave in the last four mayoral debates. Jeri looks forward. Jeri understands how the city of West Palm Beach runs and is fully focused on what we need to do to take this city from it’s infancy as a “big little city” to a robust and flourishing city in which we the people of West Palm Beach and our local businesses will thrive.
On March 8th, please join me in voting for Jeri Muoio.
Thank you for your time,
Aaron “aGuyonClematis” Wormus
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I got this emailed to me from the PBC Photo Walkers meetup group, which I’m a member of but whose meetings I have not yet had the opportunity to attend. There are so many great pictures of the fair. Take a look.
ROOSTER! (Greg Matthews)
Let’s face it, when you’re living in South Florida it can be difficult to get into the “Christmas Spirit”. We had finished decorating our house and putting up the Christmas tree but still felt ourselves trying to drum up a more festive mood, so when we heard about the performance of “A Christmas Carol” at the Empire Stage in Ft. Lauderdale, we excitedly bundled up the kids and headed down there.
Coming from West Palm Beach, the Empire Stage was a bit off the beaten path. Our navigation system sent us on a couple of red-herrings, but we were delighted when we found it. Seating only 48, the Empire Stage is a cozy setting, perfect for this type of performance.
Scott Sowers, who you’ve certainly seen in one of his many roles, does an exceptional job in this performance. Using only a crutch, an old top hat and overcoat as props, Scott Sowers plays Ebenezer Scrooge, four ghosts, and over 30 other characters. There are lots of laughs throughout the play, as well as songs, and of course the (not-so) scary ghosts.
Last year we had trouble keeping the kids (8 and 9) interested through the animated 3D IMAX version of “A Christmas Carol” staring Jim Carrey, so we were initially concerned that our children would be able to sit through the over hour-and-a-half one-man performance. However, they were immediately engrossed, enjoyed the entire play and discussed it in the car on their way back home.
The play is directed by Kevin Thomsen and the adaptation was done by Scott Sowers and Kevin Thomsen.
“A Chirstmas Carol” plays at the Empire Stage (map) through the 25th of December. Tickets are $25 and while it’s a bit of a drive from Clematis St. it’s certainly worth the time to take your friends and family for a heart-warming evening with a fantastic performance of this quintessential Christmas tale.
Watch this 30 second clip and see if there is anything you recognize!