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Twenty-five years ago, videographer Pete Peters followed David Farrow around as he gave a tour given for over 20 years.
Fast forward to 2013: Hidden Music Productions LLC is proud and delighted to release Dusk: A Magical History Tour Revisited featuring the bulk of the original video as well as many new scenes and added interviews.
Many might call Rocky-D a Yankee, and they’d be right. The south side of Chicago’s accent reverberates throughout the Lowcountrty every afternoon from 3-6 on WQSC-AM. Listen a little longer and the Chicago accent belies the heart of a died- in- the wool-Southerner.
Arriving in Charleston in August of 2001, Rocky ruled the local drive-time talk radio airwaves for roughly ten years. Last year, Rocky was “canceled” by WTMA upon its purchase in a corporate takeover leaving him out in the media tundra — wolves growling outside the door. The popularity of Rocky-D’s Facebook page caught the eye of the Kirkman Group owned by Gil Kirkman, a long-time Charleston radio entrepreneur, and it wasn’t long before his fans were once again regaled by tales of government cheese.
The Charleston Times Television Network caught up with Charleston’s own conservative clarion call as he was prepping for his show on Thursday, December 5. Although, this was scheduled to be a more formal interview, watching him flit around the studio floating like a butterfly, but stinging like a bee, we turned the camera on without notice. What follows are some wry observations about black Santas, our society’s obsession with texting and human nature in general.
Although it was very enlightening to go do the back story on James Island County Parks Holiday Festival of Lights last time, going as a spectator and participant is a lot more fun and ever so sparkly. I hope you’ll enjoy the ride along as I take in the sites, and course, all the thousands of lights. No Christmas season would be complete without a ride through the Festival of Lights, and as a James Island native, I’m so proud of all the park itself accomplishes year round. Thank you to all the volunteers who make this possible and to all the visitors that made my night out alone a fun one. Come on, jump in the car with me and I’ll take you with me through one of the seasons most well liked events. Then we’ll take a walk together through Santa’s Village, and perhaps, get a glimpse of Santa Claus himself. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours this season from everyone at The Charleston Times Television Network.