Here are a few pieces of mail we received that just feel right sharing now after the Thanksgiving Holiday ...
Hoping to have more on Sunday and/or Tuesday.
I just had to share this with you …
It’s a Thanksgiving email sent by City Winery Founder
and CEO Michael Dorf to all of the regular patrons of his establishments …
And it touched my heart deeply in light of both the
Thanksgiving holiday (and what Thanksgiving is supposed to mean) … and the
terrible way this year has been taken away from us … by elements FAR beyond the
control of any of us.
Dear City Winery
2020 has proven to be a year none of us could have predicted. Global
pandemic unlike anything in our lifetimes. A Presidential election like
no other. Social injustices. Unprecedented wildfires and
hurricanes. And you all know our story; like so many restaurants and live
music venues around the globe, we have had to pause some of our locations,
furlough over 1000 employees, pivot to curbside pickup, focus on wine sales,
develop new health & safety protocols, offer outdoor dining only, limit
capacities indoors, limit group gatherings, open some locations and pause
others for a second (or third) time! We enter the end of the year with half our
locations open, the other half at reduced capacity, very little live music, and
our business, originally conceived for a world without social distancing, in
So, what can we be thankful for this Thanksgiving? Well, for one, I am
thankful that City Winery is still here. The struggle to stay afloat has
not been an easy journey and we still have a way to go. I am proud of and
grateful to our entire team, the City Winery family, who have been a dedicated
and willing group of people, committed to continuing to make wine and serve our
customers. I am thankful we were able to open two large properties during
a global pandemic: our 22-acre winery property in Hudson Valley, NY, as
well as our new flagship location at Pier 57 on the Hudson River in New York
City. Nothing short of amazing. I am grateful to the healthcare workers
who have been working non-stop. I grateful that we seemed to have turned
a corner in our election and are moving forward as a nation.
Also, there is the news that vaccines will be getting into people’s arms
starting next month and by May of 2021, over 100 million Americans will be vaccinated.
That amazing marvel of science and dedication from the medical and bioscience
world is also something to be thankful for! There is now clear light at
the end of the tunnel and in 6 months this bad movie will be mostly over.
Lastly, I am thankful for turkeys - yes, turkeys. My grandfather Sol Dorf
started a tradition in his business giving Turkeys to his employees, which we
have been doing at City Winery now for 11 years—reminding me that family comes
first and that where we work is our second family. We have a great family
at all our City Winery locations and I hope you feel that when you come visit
Please, enjoy your Thanksgiving, safely. I know it will feel a little
different this year, but health and safety first. We are almost through
this. THANK YOU and Happy Thanksgiving.
Founder & CEO
Beautifully well written -
This guy has been first class, ALL class, all the way, thru
all of this -
This is at least the third time this year that he has knocked
my socks off by saying just the right thing at the right time, despite the
immeasurable loss his company has suffered this past year.
We have never met ... but I hope we do some day ... as this
is someone that I would like to know ... and have complete respect and
I have done my part to help promote the shows at the Chicago
location for the past several years now ... and have attended quite a few of
these shows myself. I'm a music guy who loves to see and listen
to music ... and this has been a tough year for all of us used to living
our lives that way ...
But these have been necessary steps to try and get a handle
on this thing ... the unknown, unseen enemy ... that has SO changed our lives
over the course of the past eight months.
Michael, I wish you continued success with your venues and
hope that we can all live to sing and smile together again ... and hopefully
not too much further down the road.
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours ... and The City Winery
Family from coast to coast. May we all have many more years of music ...
and wine (!) ... ahead of us!(kk)
The Thanksgiving parade isn't like it used to
be, is it?
Remember the good old days when Parades were PARADES???
Let's go "PARADIN'" with Paul's
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO
YOU AND YOUR FAMILY -
SPEAKING OF CHRISTMAS
SONGS AND ARTISTS, CHUCK BERRY IS THE VERY BEST OF ALL THE ROCK ARTISTS AND RUN
RUN RUDOLPH IS A CLASSIC!!!
IF YOU LOOK UP ANY CHUCK
BERRY SONGS ON YOU TUBE, YOU WILL SEE HOW MANY HITS PEOPLE DID FOR HIS
SONGS … IT’S IN THE MILLIONS.HE IS A
TRULY A ROCK AND ROLL LEGEND.
FREDDY BOOM BOOM CANNON
I happened upon a
show on Hulu called "11-22-63."The bride and I got sucked in and binged the whole thing. I
recommend it to anyone that likes a good story. I likened it to a
"Notebook" type of show in the end. Two cents
Yes, we watched this one some time ago and thoroughly
enjoyed it … highly recommended.(kk)
Brian Hyland and Myron Lee remember the JFK
assassination.Myron Lee was orchestra
leader for Dick Clark Caravan of Stars.
Check out the lineup for Dick Clark Caravan of
We ran some of these memories a few years back in FH … and,
of course, The Beach Boys’ recording session that night that produced “The
Warmth Of The Sun” … another landmark result of the assassination.(kk)
In case you missed it,
singer/songwriter Paul Anka was unmasked on the Thanksgiving episode of the
Paul (formerly known as
the Broccoli) sang the 1979 Bob Seger classic "Old Time Rock &
Roll." At 79, the Canadian looked and sounded great while singing
and dancing on stage.
We don’t follow the show, but I WILL have to look for this
one!(Remember 25 years ago when Pat
Boone released a Heavy Metal Album?!?!SO cool to see the Grandfathers of Rock And Roll still having fun with
the genre all these years later.Like
60+ years later in this case!!!Lol)kk
AND ONE FOR CHRISTMAS:
Dion has TWO new Christmas tunes out this holiday season …
The first one features Amy Grant (who knows here way around
a Christmas song!) … and the second features guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa.
Just a few things to share before the big holiday
weekend break …
First of all, congratulations to US!!!
Forgotten Hits begins its 22nd Year on
Our very first newsletter went out on Friday, November
26th, 1999 (to all of 35 people!) … which just happens to be
Thanksgiving Day this year, some 21 years later.
We are thankful for all of you that we’ve crossed paths
with over all of these 21 years …
Thank you for making Forgotten Hits the well-respected
publication it is …
We couldn’t have done it without your support and
As this truly is a joint effort shared by all parties
Thank you … and Happy Thanksgiving.
THIS AND THAT:
Big news for Tommy James fans!
Tommy’s entire Roulette Records catalog will be
released on a brand new 6-CD Box Set on January 29th, 2021.
Between 1966 and 1973, Tommy James released a total of
13 albums (both with The Shondells and as a solo artist) … and ALL of these
albums (along with a bonus CD of material NOT released on LP, such as single
mixes and non-LP B-Sides) will now be repackaged as part of this brand new
6-CD, 141 song set.
Citing “unforeseeable delays,” McCartney III’s release
date has been pushed back a week to December 18th.No more specifics have been given.(kk)
Speaking of Paul McCartney, he posted a fully restored
copy of the video for his 1980 hit “Coming Up,” which first premiered on
“Saturday Night Live.”(Hard to believe
this is from FORTY YEARS AGO!!!!Again …
where did the years go???)
It’s a beautiful print … crystal clear sound and video
quality … check it out in full screen below …
Macca also shares the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine with
Taylor Swift!The two talk about
creating new music during lockdown … and it’s actually a pretty interesting
piece … more of a conversation between the two (who seem to find each other a
bit inspiring.)Both artists were
supposed to play the 50th Anniversary Glastonbury Festival … and
each said they would have loved to have come out during the other’s set to do a
number.(Paul says he wanted to do “Shake It
Off!!!” ... “I know it … it’s in C!”)
He also instructs Taylor on not getting into too much
of a formula when writing, at one point telling her “You were writing breakup
songs like they were going out of style!”He says that he and John Lennon were always acutely aware if they
started to fall into any kind of pattern or formula … and the other was always really
good about pointing it out and getting them to break it.That’s why no two Beatles singles ever sounded alike … it was always a
new path.(I heard an interview with
McCartney recently on The Beatles Channel talking about how much they loved the
music of The Supremes … but then realized that each subsequent single was
designed to sound something like the previous one … sort of an “identifier” if
you will to let the listener know, “Oh, that must be The Supremes.”He said he and John worked very hard never to
fall into that pattern.)
Anyway, a nice read if you, too, are also on
Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift,
photographed in London on
October 6th, 2020 by Mary McCartney for Rolling
(Swift’s sweater dress by Stella
We’ve been telling you about the new HBO Documentary on
The Bee Gees, “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart,” premiering on December 12th.
To be honest with you, I’m not at all impressed with
the trailer that they’ve released.
There have been some EXCEPTIONAL Bee Gees documentaries
released over the years … and sadly, this doesn’t appear to be one of them …
But I’m saying this “sight unseen,” as it were … so I’m
hoping that HBO will prove me wrong, as their documentaries are typically top
notch.(I guess if this were truly the
case, however, why would they release such a lame promo piece to try and get
people to watch it???)
I guess we’ll have to wait and see …
Harvey Kubernik gives HIS take on all of this here:
Harvey at least has had the chance to interview The
Brothers Gibb in the past.
I was fortunate enough to see them twice, both times in
the early ‘70’s, pre-disco, after their first “comeback” with the hits “Lonely
Days” and “How Can You Mend A Broken Heart.”“Run To Me” was their most recent “hit” at this stage … and, quite
honestly, their music was starting to take a bit of a bland turn … very slow,
drawn-out arrangements, heavily orchestrated … and while any one of these songs
was just fine on its own, when packed together “in bulk,” it made for a rather
boring listening experience.(Thankfully, they did enough of their early material, pre-break-up, to
keep fans interested.)
Still, they released some very good material during
this era that went unnoticed by many once all the songs started to sound and
feel the same.If you’re not familiar
with these, hop on over to YouTube and check a few of them out.
I can strongly recommend “Don’t Wanna Live Inside
Myself” (#30, 1971 … but only #53 in Billboard … yet another one of those odd
chart anomalies), “My World” (#19, 1972), “Alive” (#26, 1972) and “Wouldn’t I
Be Someone” (#100, 1973).Even so, you
might want to throw an up-tempo song into this mix to again break up the
monotony!!!But each one of these songs
stands on their own for quality.(kk)
If you DO happen to browse over at YouTube, be sure to
check out this one …
The Bee Gees in their absolute prime, filmed for a
Soundstage performance right here in Chicago around the time of the “Main
Course” release in 1975 …
Absolutely astounding performances throughout … with
all three Brothers Gibb looking and sounding as good as they got …
UPDATE:Imagine my surprise this afternoon when I popped in the second disc of
the new 3-CD Bee Gees Live Box Set and found it contained the COMPLETE
Soundstage performance mentioned above!!!
This, plus the Storytellers episode
that ran on VH1 make it worth the purchase price right there.(Honestly, Disc 1 wasn’t all that impressive
… so this was a VERY pleasant surprise to say the least!)kk
speaking of Harvey Kubernik, he is scheduled to be the feature interview
subject on the Monday, November 30th edition of the "Feedback"
satellite radio program on the SiriusXM music talk channel Volume (106) hosted
by Nik Carter & Lori Majewski. Kubernik phones in at 9:00 am (EST) to
discuss his Otherworld Cottage Industries title, "Docs That Rock, Music
And, speaking of new documentaries, Reelz Network premiers “Elvis: Are You
Lonesome Tonight?” on Saturday, November 28th.
Hopefully a departure from their normal autopsy fare,
the promo promises footage of young Elvis performing in Tupelo, MS, before
20,000 screaming fans in 1956 … as well as a “deeply moving” rendition of
“Unchained Melody” in Rapid City, South Dakota, just months before his death.
And, if you’re bored over the long Thanksgiving Weekend
(with the usual Black Friday Shopping outlawed in most of The United States), you
can catch EVERY episode of “The Partridge Family” on Antenna TV, beginning at 7
pm Central TONIGHT!!!
Or, take in 24 hours of Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts
running on the Decades Channel all day long beginning at 6 am on Thanksgiving
Day.(I will DEFINITELY be there for
part of that!!!)
Of course, we’ll also find time to squeeze in our
traditional Thanksgiving favorites “Planes And Trains And Automobiles” and Arlo
Guthrie’s “Alice’s Restaurant.”
(The song, not the movie … I don’t need to EVER see
that movie again!!!)kk
Or, if it’s musical variety you’re looking for this
weekend, Me-TV-FM has a couple of interesting things going on …
On Thanksgiving Day (and the Friday after), they’ll be presenting
their 5th Annual “Festival Of Musical Turkeys” … saluting all of the
great novelty songs that have made it to your radio over the past 70 years!
And then this weekend it’ll be “Songs Too Good For Words,”
a look at some of the great instrumental hits that have serenaded us over the
BING CROSBY, CHUCK BERRY, ELLA FITZGERALD
AND FRANK SINATRA USHER IN THE HOLIDAYS IN NEWLY CREATED
ANIMATED VIDEOS FOR SOME OF THEIR BIGGEST HOLIDAY HITS - UMe PARTNERS WITH LEGENDARY ARTISTS AND
ESTATES TO CREATE FIRST-EVER VIDEOS FOR CHRISTMAS CLASSICS
… UPDATED CHRISTMAS MUSIC PLAYLIST, NEW
HOLIDAY COLLECTIONS, GIFT GUIDES AND MORE UNVEILED FOR THE
YULETIDE SEASON TO GET YOU READY FOR THE HOLIDAYS
This holiday season, musical legends Bing Crosby, Chuck Berry, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra are
returning in animated form with first-ever official music videos from UMe for some of the
most iconic and beloved songs in the Christmas canon. In the beautifully hand
drawn and painted videos created by Fantoons
Animation Studios, Crosby brings joy to a down in the dumps
town with his trusty Bing-O-Matic™ in “Winter
Wonderland” and croons over a multigenerational military
family’s holiday gatherings in “White
Christmas,” guitar-clad Berry helps Santa with his Christmas
rounds in vintage comic book style in “Run
Rudolph Run,” Fitzgerald and Frosty delight in a winter
wonderland storybook setting in “Frosty
The Snowman” and Sinatra delivers mid-century style, glitz and
grace as only he can in the holiday classics, “The Christmas Waltz” and “Mistletoe and Holly.”
“UMe is incredibly honored and excited to
partner with these legendary artists and estates to celebrate their iconic
holiday songs and give them official videos,” says Bruce Resnikoff,
President and CEO of UMe,
the global catalog company of UMG.
“Last year was the first time we created holiday videos and we had such a
tremendous response that we’ve gone all in again this year and our content team
and Fantoons have really outdone themselves. These songs are some of the most
popular year to year and we hope these videos brighten up fans holidays as well
as attract new audiences across the digital platforms they inhabit. Similar to
before, the video assets and creative will be deployed across UMe’s holiday
marketing and advertising campaigns for a cohesive look and feel and to achieve
greater engagement across a broader audience.”
MARY CROSBY OF THE
BING CROSBY ESTATE:
“Keeping dad's spirit alive, especially
during the holidays, is not only of huge importance to us as a family, but to
everyone. During these trying times his voice gives hope and comfort to all of
us. I am thrilled that there is another way dad is being seen and heard. I love
the videos Universal came up with and, of course, love his music! Dad believed
supporting the troops was one of the most important contributions that he made
in his life. When he was asked about his career it wasn't his awards or the
fame that came his way, it was that ‘in some small way, if he made the life of
a soldier a little bit easier then, that was what mattered. The video for
‘White Christmas’ is a wonderful tribute to his love and appreciation for the
CHARLES BERRY JR.
OF THE CHUCK BERRY ESTATE:
"What an honor to have ‘Run Rudolph
Run’ given such a dazzling visualization as its first music video! The marriage
of animation and music could not be better – you can’t beat flying reindeer,
Santa Claus and electric guitar! My dad always told stories in his songs and
his poetic skills are on full display here. The lyrics tell a Christmas story
that young and old can’t help but enjoy. Fun, frolicking and certainly perfect
for the season, it was a holiday favorite in our house and we hope this video
for a timeless Chuck Berry song brings joy and helps people get in the spirit
this holiday season.”
RICHARD ROSMAN AND
FRAN MORRIS ROSMAN OF THE ELLA FITZGERALD FOUNDATION:
“Since it was released 60 years ago, Ella
Fitzgerald’s Ella Wishes
You a Swinging Christmas has remained a perennial and beloved
standard for the holidays, livening up countless festivities and family
gatherings with its joyful and jazzy takes on Christmas classics, including the
swinging ‘Frosty The Snowman. The Ella Fitzgerald Estate is thrilled to partner
with UMe to bring Ella and Frosty to colorful life in this fantastic,
beautifully animated video and hope that both Ella’s fans and the new
generations just discovering her music will love it. What a wonderful gift for
the song and album to receive as it celebrates its 60th anniversary!”
NANCY SINATRA OF
FRANK SINATRA ENTERPRISES:
“I really think he might be the voice of
Christmas. I just think that the sentimentality of my dad’s recordings is what
grabs people. He was emotional when he sang them, and people are emotional when
they hear them. That doesn’t really change."
These videos are just some of the many
ways that UMe is celebrating its unmatched Christmas catalog and helping to
turn up the joy this holiday season. In addition to the new animated videos, a
variety of “Christmas
With…” collections for artists including The Beach Boys, Bing Crosby, Brenda Lee, Burl Ives, Chuck Berry, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, The Jackson 5 and Nat King Cole are
available to stream on your favorite DSP and there’s of course the annual Christmas Music
playlist which features some of the most popular songs and artists across the
holiday music canon, pairing timeless classics with contemporary favorites. The
hours-long –and ever-expanding – playlist is available to stream now: https://Stream.lnk.to/ChristmasPR
uDiscover Music is also getting into the spirit with their just
launched holiday hub which will feature a variety of gift guides for all types
of music lovers, eclectic playlists and the memorable stories behind classic
For those looking for more holiday
entertainment, The Ed
Sullivan Show’s official YouTube channel is celebrating the
season with a music-and laughter-filled holiday playlist. Classics include “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby,
“Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer” by Gene Autry, “Jingle Bells” by Paul Anka,
and more. Festive fun lights up things with “Mrs. Claus Interview” by Stiller
& Meara, “Deck The Halls” by the Baird Puppets and holiday cheer with The
And David Milberg and Ken Deutsch have put together a
2020 Edition of their annual Christmas Mix (they’ve been doing this since
1984!) that’ll premier right after Thanksgiving on their Rare And Scratchy
Website … (check it all out here):www.rareandscratchy.com… starting on December 15th at
12 am Eastern Time.(It’ll be Show
#125:The 45 Lost Xmas 45s of the
Regarding the comment
about thinking the surveys were rigged back in the day, we really should have
thought that Billboard, etc., were coastally biased and the Midwest got screwed
again and again.
Local surveys were
also unfortunately goofy as well ... with odd titles out-charting big records
you heard all the time ... a little payola going on, I’d have to say. After
researching these things, it is sad but true.
In Milwaukee, I found
a record that got to #27 on the survey and I have yet to find a stock copy in
this city! And, I’m a Record Dealer! Crazy stuff.
again, that even happened at the professional level when Cash Box Magazine
named Wayne Newton’s “The Letter” their #1 Record for a week in 1992 … a record
that never even so much as bubbled-under on the Billboard Chart.(This has to be the ULTIMATE betrayal by a
“trusted” trade publication.)
the record (good luck finding a copy of THIS one … although it says it charted
as a “Curb album cut”) never charted for a SINGLE week in Billboard, it rode
Cash Box’s chart for THIRTY ONE WEEKS, ultimately peaking at #1.
put:There be some shady dealings going
to former WLS Jock Jeff Davis (a premier voice-over artist), who was inducted
into The North Carolina Association Of Broadcasters Hall Of Fame this past
kudos as well to our FH Buddy Chuck Buell, whose latest audiobook, “A Taste Of
Old Revenge” is earning rave reviews in the circle that these things travel.
book’s author, B.R. Stateham, ran this glowing appraisal after the release of
his latest work …
Cousin Brucie hinted about more surprises
coming at WABC 77 AM Radio.
Tony Orlado spoke to Bobby Vinton. I learned
that Bobby played Sax for Tony.That was
before 1962 and "ROSES ARE RED" started a long string of hits for Bobby
You didn't like my last book suggestion ...
I'm not giving up.
My favorite movie is "GOODFELLAS,"
I'm now reading "MADE MEN - THE STORY OF
GOODFELLAS" by Glenn Kenny.
You think you know all there is to know about
this movie ...
This is a scene by scene story.
So I'm reading on page 102 … As the Ronettes
classic "THEN HE KISSED ME" plays on the soundtrack, the three minute
shot begins with a close-up of Henry's hand, giving his car keys to a valet.
Wait a second …
Did he say Ronettes instead of Crystals?
Yes, he did!
I can see how he made the mistake.The Ronettes are on the soundtrack singing
"BE MY BABY."
Of course, I wrote to the author on FACEBOOK.
He thanked me and told me the error was corrected .
You may never speak to me again, Frank, but I am one of only
seven people in The United States who has NEVER seen the movie “Good Fellas!!!”
I know, shame on me … and I REALLY have been meaning to see
it … or about thirty years now, I guess, based on what you’re telling me.
There are a TON of those mobster movies that came out around
this time and I haven’t seen ANY of them … so one day I’m just going to have to
corner myself off and watch them all.(For some reason, St. Valentine’s Day sounds like a good time to do
have also attached my latest additions of Jimi Hendrix books this year.
Incredibly, I’ve only read TWO of the books shown on
this list this year … rare for me.(I’m
doing research right now for some Forgotten Hits pieces that’ll run in 2021 so
this has taken me off the music path for the past month or two … but I’ll get
back to it them eventually.)
Anyone interested in Ken’s list of Hendrix books should
email me and I’ll send it along … along with a copy of his latest Voodoo Child
Still getting a few comments about our TV Themes
That was a GREAT
review of old memories!
Very cool! Thanks for what I suspect was a GINORMOUS amount
of work putting this whole thing together.
Now, I might have missed some of the discussion here, but
didn't American Bandstand have two themes in the Boomer era? Which one were we
Other than that, just wow!
The theme we featured is the
predominately known theme to “American Bandstand” … although (as mentioned)
they revamped it numerous times over the years to better fit the sound of the
decade in which it was airing.
The song was repopularized again in
the late 1970’s when Barry Manilow put lyrics to it and started including it in
his act.Dick Clark (a HUGE Barry
Manilow fan) even used it for some of his tv specials.(kk)
Here it is from American Bandstand’s
30th Anniversary Show:
It was great to see the Ventures topping your recent TV theme song
poll. It was the tune that officially kicked off our recent “Little
Screen Gems” theme song weekend on MeTVFM. It’s the rare popular TV theme
that was actually a very successful single, as you know.
hands-down winner both times we’ve run this poll … so clearly the Fan
Favorite.(But this one sounds good
EVERY time it comes on the radio!!!)kk
Yesterday, we posed this trivia question from FH Reader
Which Rock and
Roll Hall of Fame solo artist sang the theme songs to two different TVs shows
that were each on for at least five seasons?
I had to REALLY give this one some thought ... and
still couldn’t come up with an answer I felt sure enough about to etch in stone
… (or even jello for that matter!)
My best guess was Ray Charles … (I knew he sang the
theme to “In The Heat Of The Night” … in the movie anyway … much as I LOVED
that film … and it’s one of my all-time favorites … I never watched a single
episode of the tv series … but I figured that with his incredibly lengthy and
diverse career, he was probably the most likely to be the one based on the clue
given … although for the life of me, I couldn’t figure out what the OTHER theme
might have been.)
Well, as it turns out, I was WRONG!!!(For the record, we didn’t receive the
correct answer from any of other readers either!)So (for right now, anyway!) I’m taking solace
in that whole “strength in numbers” thing!lol
Thankfully, Carl finally clued me in to the correct
answer … and I can say that I’d never seen a single episode of either one of
THESE shows either!(lol)
But for those of you out there who are just dying to
know, here goes …
Nobody gets this one.
It's Aretha Franklin.
She sang the themes to A Different World
and Grace Under Fire (her cover of "Lady Madonna").
on what I found on YouTube, it looks like Aretha sang the theme to “A Different
World” for seasons 2-5 … Season One was sung by Phoebe Snow … and her version
of “Lady Madonna” was the theme to “Grace Under Fire” for the first season
only.I can honestly say that I’ve never
heard EITHER of these songs before!(kk)
celebrate in the safest way possible …
have faced some insurmountable … and sometimes impossible challenges this year
and many of us have faced insufferable loss …
time of year has always been about “Family” …
this year requires a whole different outlook on “family get-togethers.”
be thankful for what you have …
don’t jeopardize that for the sake of ONE holiday …
rather plan ahead, instead, for all of the holidays we’ll all be able to share
together if we simply be smart and be safe now.
you all a very Happy … and Safe Thanksgiving …