The veteran pop-rock duo They Might Be Giants was due to play a sold-out show in the Higher Ground Ballroom on May 2, 2020. That concert was nixed by the arrival of COVID-19 less than two months earlier and rescheduled for May 1, 2021. The continuing pandemic forced the band to put the show off until March 26 of this year.
After much discussion, two in our group took the "uncertain how long it is" way back, and during their hike came across a large number of photographers setting up for a shoot. "What are you going to photograph?" asked one our two. Upon their return, the two told us, "Come at 5pm. We'll have a hor's dourves and watch the rock show."
Performers Saturday include Roberta Lea, Denitia, King Jester, C. Lilley and local favorite Sug Daniels. Known as the frontwoman for Delaware indie-rock/R&B quartet Hoochie-Coochie, Daniels has branched out recently with her solo acoustic shows.
Morris Museum (6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown) will host Rock and Mineral Weekend On Friday from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM, Saturday from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM. Enjoy a weekend of all things rock, mineral and fossil! Explore rare fossils and world-class minerals, see a magic show, and catch a lecture! Peruse the offerings of top mineral, gem, fossil, and jewelry dealers. Morris Museum Mineralogical Society members will be on hand to identify your rocks and minerals. This event is included with museum admission. Visit the website for a schedule.
E. acraeus forms a slow-growing, rounded evergreen bush. The foliage is intensely silver throughout the year, making it particularly valuable in the winter rock garden. The flowers, which appear in late spring, are c. 2.5cm across, bright canary yellow, making a good show for several weeks. It is best to remove them as soon as they fade so that the dead flower stalks do not detract from the symmetrical character of the plant for the rest of the year. 2b1af7f3a8