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G. Love to return to Starboard for concert July 19 Beach-loving musician makes a stop in Dewey Summertime in Dewey Beach means that G. Love will be putting on his annual free concert at the Starboard, and at 9 p.m., Thursday, July 19, the sultry sounds of G’s music will be in full effect. The opener starts at 8 p.m., the event is for those ages 21 and older, and fills quickly. When it comes to the embodiment of the spirit of summer, perhaps there is no better fit than the Starboard and G. Love. He’s a beach-loving musician who loves the local crowd, and of course, the Starboard
is the place to be for a good summer party. It’s practically a match made in heaven. In anticipation of his arrival, G. Love gave some insight into his mind in a little question and answer session.
Q. What is your favorite summer cocktail? A. Ice cold beer in a can with my feet in the sand. Also a Negroni.
Q. Which beach in Delaware is your favorite? A. Indian Beach is where I chill with my cousin, Tim Helmig. Hopefully we can get surf, but if it's flat look for me paddleboarding my lanky self out front.
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Q. What is one of the most memorable show moments you’ve ever had? A. First time playing the Starboard was a blast. I had been at the Robert Randolph show at the Bottle and Cork the night before. After the show we brought Robert to the Starboard for some beers and met Monty. Monty asked did I want to play that next afternoon. I said yes, and the night progressed. The next morning I was like, “Wait, did we book a show last night?” Indeed we did. I went to the music store for some strings and harmonicas and a harp rack. We didn't know what to expect, but when we got there, we must've had 1000 people on the patio— it was slammed. The vibes were amazing and we must've played a couple hours until the sun went down. Now it’s an annual thing! Q. Is there a celebrity or musician you’ve met that left you in awe?
A. I've met so many of my idols and my peers along the road. I do get starstruck, I'm not gonna lie. The last person I met who blew me away was Buddy Guy. I opened for him in Reno and had the opportunity to sit with him in the back lounge of his tour bus for a minute. I asked him to sign my acoustic with this big fat graffiti paint pen, and he was laughing at the
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‘Cinderella,’ ‘Aladdin,’ ‘Aesop’ on RSCT stage this summer Three classic, fun-filled plays are featured on the 2018 schedule of the Rehoboth Summer Children’s Theatre. For the 37th year the company presents its unique two-actor productions designed to delight audiences of all ages. “Cinderella,” “Aladdin” and “Androcles and the Lion” are currently rotating on the RSCT schedule through Thursday, Aug. 23. Resident actors Olivia Damore and Theo Wampler demonstrate their impressive skills bringing all the summer characters to life. Cinderella finds her lost slipper and Prince Charming finds his runaway love. Aladdin gets help from not one, but two, genies to trick a greedy sorceress and win the heart of a princess. Aesop’s familiar tale takes the stage as Androcles pulls a thorn from the paw of a fierce lion and makes an unlikely friend for life. These sparkling, one hour shows are performed at the Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach. The church is one block off Route 1 next to the Seaside Outlets. There is plenty of free parking. Tickets are $10 and children
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Help the beach: Ways to make a difference By Rob Rector MERR Institute From plankton to blue whales, plastics have an impact on about 700 species in our local waters. The Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute (MERR) Institute is dedicated to the protection of marine mammals and sea turtles. Those who vacation at the local beaches can also aid in their conservation each and every day, regardless of where they are. Here are a few ideas that you can put into place in your everyday life that can our oceanic neighbors:
few times of bringing your own bags to the store, travel mug to get your morning coffee or water bottle for drinks before it becomes habit.
rine animals. Switch to products with natural exfoliants, like oatmeal or salt, instead.
Ditch the microbeads
In 2009, Delaware enacted a law that required certain retail stores to set up a plastic carryout bag recycling program for customers. Stores with 7,000 square feet or more of retail space, or that have three or more stores of at least 3,000 square feet of retail sales space which provide plastic carry out
Support (or start) a plastic bag ban
Those tiny plastic pieces found in so many beauty products, from facial scrubs to toothpaste to body washes - are a huge problem, as their miniscule size allows them to slip through water-treatment plants. When they hit the ocean they look just like food to some ma-
bags to customers, are required to comply with the law. And just last year, a group of University of Delaware students started “Businesses for Better Bags” in Lewes that encouraged local businesses to find more sustainable ways of wrapping their patrons’ purchases. That is a start. But cities and states across the country have been banning the bags in order to cut back on this chief oceanic polluter.
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• Music at the Mill: Abbott's Mill Nature Center, 15411 Abbotts Pond Rd., Milford. Thursday, Aug. 9 - Hoochi Hoochi; Thursday, Sept. 13 - The High and Wides. 302-422-0847. • Bethany Beach Bandstand: Concerts start at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 13 - I Am King; Saturday, July 14 - Triple Rail Turn; Sunday, July 15 -Richard Walton Group; Friday, July 20 - High Noon; Saturday, July 22 - Jimi Smooth; Friday, July 27 - Periers Day featuring La Vie en Rose; Saturday, July 28 - Real Diamond; Saturday, July 29 - The Jamboree Boys. 302-539-8011. • Freeman Stage at Bayside: Friday, July 20 - Celtic Tenors, 7 p.m., (tickets-$15); Saturday, July 21 - The Elton John Tribute, 7 p.m., (tickets-$25). 302-436-3015. • Holts Landing State Park: Rd. 346, Millville. Concerts start at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17 - Package Deal; Tuesday, July 24 - Bethany Jubilee; Tuesday, July 31 - The Clifford Keith Duo; Tuesday, Aug. 7 - Charles Paparella & The Band; Tuesday, Aug. 14 - Twice Removed. For more information go to destateparks.com. • Hudson Fields (Highway One Concert Series): 30045 Eagles Crest Rd., Milton. Wednesday, July 18 - Jake Owen (tickets, $53-$73); Thursday, Aug. 23 - Old Dominion (tickets, $43-$149). For tickets and information go to hudsonfields.com. • Lewes Canalfront Park: Thursday, July 19 - Mike Hines and The Look, 7 to 9 p.m.; Thursday, Aug. 2 - Doug Segree, 7 to 9 p.m.; Thursday, Aug. 16 - Nate Myers and The Aces, 7 to 9 p.m. For more information go to lewescanalfrontpark.org. • Lewes Summer Concert Series: Concerts start at 7 p.m. in Stango Park. Tuesday, July 17 - Glass Onion; Tuesday, July 24 - Vinyl Shockley; Tuesday July 31 - The British Invasion Experience; Tuesday, Aug. 7 - Chesapeake Brass Band; Tuesday, Aug. 14 - Free Range; Tuesday, Aug. 21 - Conley & Watson; Tuesday, Aug. 28 - U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters at Cape Henlopen High School. For more information go to ci.lewes. de.us/. • Milton Concerts in the Park: Concerts start at 7 p.m. in Memorial Park. Wednesday, July 18 - U.S. Navy Commodores; Wednesday, July 25 Vinyl Shockley; Wednesday, Aug. 1 Honeycombs; Wednesday, Aug. 8 - 33 and 1/3; Wednesday, Aug. 15 - Overtime; Wednesday, Aug. 22 - U.S. Navy Cruisers; Wednesday, Aug. 29 - Big Hat No Cattle. Contact 302-684-4110. • Rehoboth Beach Bandstand: Concerts start at 8 p.m. Friday, July 13- SoHo Down; Saturday, July 14 - Billy Price Band; Sunday, July 15 - Still Surfin’; Friday, July 20 - Fast Forward 80s; Saturday, July 21 - Gringo Jingo; Sunday, July 22 - The 1974; Friday, July 27 - Lower Case Blues; Saturday, July 28 - Vinyl Shockley; Sunday, July 29 - The Clifford Keith Band. 302-644-2288. • Salted Vines Vineyard & Winery: 32512 Rd. 374, Frankford. Saturday, July 21 - Inna Sense, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.; Friday, July 27 - Shake Rattle & Roll Pianos, 7:30
to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday, Aug. 4 - Eclipse the Ultimate Journey Tribute, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday, Aug. 18 - Chainbreak, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sept. 1 - The Plate Scrapers, 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.; Sunday, Sept. 23 - The Beach Bumz, 2 to 5 p.m. 302-4361500.
Friday, July 13 - Rivers & Rhodes, 7 to 10 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Audio Graffiti, 7 to 10 p.m. 302-280-6172.
• Bethany Blues: 18385 Coastal Highway. Mondays - Mingo Night, 6:30 p.m.; Thursdays - Let's Do Trivia, 7 p.m.; Friday, July 13 - Eric Scott Trio, 8:30 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Freshly Squeezed, 8:30 p.m. 302644-2500.
• Crooked Hammock: 16989 Kings Hwy. Mondays - Survey Sez! Game Night, 7:30 p.m.; Friday, July 13 -Clifford Keith Trio, 4 to 7 p.m. and Lower Case Blues, 9 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Acoustic Key, 4 to 7 p.m. and Honeyshine, 9 p.m.; Sunday, July 15 - The Stims, 4 to 7 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Clifford Keith Trio, 4 to 7 p.m. and Lowes Case Blues, 9 p.m. 302-644-7837.
• Big Chill Beach Club: 27099 Coastal Hwy. Doors open at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 26 - Eric Paslay; Wednesday, Aug. 8 Pepper; Friday, Aug. 24 - Max Weinberg’s Jukebox. For tickets go to bigchillbeachclub. com. 302-402-5300. • Bottle & Cork: 1807 Highway One. Friday, July 13 - The White Panda; Saturday, July 14 - Stache Crawl Jam with Just the Tip, The Rockets, Fish Out of Water and The Benderz. 302-227-7272. • Hammerheads: 1818 Coastal Hwy. Tuesdays - DJ Woody B; Wednesdays DJ Hector; Thursdays - Let's Do Trivia, 8 p.m. and DJ Blaze; Fridays - DJ Woody B dance party; Saturdays - DJ Zodiac, 10 p.m.; Sundays - DJ Hector, 10 p.m. 302-227-7325. • Jimmy's Grille: Bellevue Street and Highway One. Live music daily. 302-2274333. • Nalu Surf Bar & Grille: 1308 Coastal Hwy. Thursdays - Matt Quinton, 9 p.m. to midnight and DJ JY Power Hour, midnight to 1 a.m.; Saturdays - Matt Quinton, 9 p.m. to midnight and DJ JY Power Hour, midnight to 1 a.m.; Sundays - Matt Quinton, 4 to 7 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Bill Krauss, 3 to 6 p.m., Matt Quinton, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., Lefty Lucy, 10 p.m. to midnight and DJ JY, midnight to 1 a.m. 302-227-1449. • Northbeach: 125 McKinley Ave. Saturdays - DJ Red Fox, noon, DJ Andrew Hugh, 5 p.m. and DJ Scooter 9 p.m. to midnight; Sundays - Sam, Jenni, Jefe & DJ Hugh, 1 p.m. to midnight. 302-226-8673. • Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Avenue and the bay. Mondays - Chris Diller, 2 p.m., Three Sheets Duo, 5 p.m. and Fantastic Four, 9 p.m.; Tuesdays - Ginger Duo, 2 p.m., Jump Off, 5 p.m. and JJ Rupp, 9 p.m.; Wednesdays - Benderz Duo, 2 p.m.; Flowers for Taco, 5 p.m. and Jump Off, 9 p.m.; Thursdays Ginger Duo, 2 p.m., Clifford Keith, 5 p.m., Love Mama Jump, 9 p.m. and DJ Red Fox, 9 p.m.; Fridays - DJ Feezie, 9 p.m.; Saturdays - DJ Red Fox; Sundays - Everafter, 2 p.m., Ginger Trio, 5 p.m. and The Rockets, 9 p.m.; Friday, July 13 -Rick Artz Trio, 2 p.m., Savannah Band, 5 p.m. and The Rockets, 9 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - The Barnstorm, 9 p.m.; Sunday, July 15 - The Everafter, 2 p.m., The Benderz Duo, 5 p.m. and My Hero Zero, 9 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Rick Arzt Trio, 2 p.m. and Go Go Gadget, 9 p.m. 302-2273888. • Starboard: 2009 Highway One. Saturday, July 14 - Joe Bachman & The Party, 10 p.m.; Sunday, July 15 - Doug Segree Trio, 2 to 5:30 p.m. and Kristen & Johnny, 10 p.m.; Wednesday, July 18 - Lauralea & Tripp Fabulous, 10 p.m. 302-227-4600.
• Arena's Deli & Bar: 21553 Rudder Lane. Saturdays - Let's Do Trivia, 8:30 p.m. 302856-3297.
• Irish Eyes at Anglers: Anglers Road. Friday, July 13 - Freshly Squeezed, 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Electric Velvet, 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Sunday, July 15 - Captain Mike Garvilla, 4 to 7 p.m.; Wednesday, July 18 - Jake & Elwood, 7 to 10 p.m.; Thursday, July 19 - 33 & 1/3, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday, July 20 -Electric Smoke, 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 302-645-6888. • Jerry's Seafood: 108 Second St. Mondays - Team Trivia; Friday, July 13 Brooke Robbins, 6 to 9 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Chris English, 7 to 10 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Hot Sauce, 6 to 9 p.m. 302-645-6611. • Lefty's Alley & Eats: 36450 Plaza Dr. Mondays - Survey Sez! Game Night, 7 p.m.; Friday, July 13 - Ken Thompson, 8 to 11 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Dave Hawkins, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Luna Sea Band, 8 to 11 p.m. 302-864-6000. • The Wheelhouse: 7 Anglers Rd. Sunday - Thursday, live music, 4 to 7 p.m.; Fridays & Saturdays - live acoustic music, 9 p.m. to midnight. 302-291-2163.
• Arena's: 200 N.E. Front St. Fridays - Let's Do Trivia, 8:30 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 Hawkes & Hedges, 7 to 10 p.m. 302-4223354. • Abbott's Grill: 249 N.E. Front St. Tuesdays - Let's Do Trivia, 7 p.m.; Wednesdays - Bingo Night, 7 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Hawkes & Hedges, 7 to 10 p.m. 302-491-6736.
• Irish Eyes Pub and Restaurant: 105 Union St. Thursdays - Karaoke, 9 p.m.; Fridays - Guess What Trivia, 9 p.m. 302684-8889. • Milton Theatre: 110 Union St. Friday, July 13 - Simply Streisand, Back to Broadway, 8 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Kick it Out Heart Tribute, 8 p.m.; Thursday, July 19 - Revival House presents The Big Lebowski, 7 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Not Fade Away Buddy Holly Tribute, 8 p.m. 302-684-3038.
• Arena's Del & Bar: 149 Rehoboth Ave., in the Village by the Sea Mall. Tuesdays - Let’s Do Trivia, 8 p.m.; Wednesdays - open mic night, 9 p.m.; Sundays - Karaoke Night, 9:30 p.m. 302-227-1272.
JAKE OWEN WILL PERFORM Wednesday, July 18 at Hudson Fields as part of the Highway One Concert Series. For tickets go to hudsonfields.com. Thursdays - Holly Lane and John Flynn, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. 302-227-8100. • Casa DiLeo: 37169 Rehoboth Ave. Wednesdays - open mic night, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday, July 13 - M&M 45s, 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Regina AaMacha, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday, July 20 M&M 45s, 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 302226-8660. • Chesapeake & Maine: 316 Rehoboth Ave. Fridays - Bruce Anthony Playing Stealth Jazz & Blues, 5 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 The Pros from Dover, 7 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, Aug. 4 - A Night at the Boardwalk Spirited Dinner with 2nd Time Around, 7 to 10 p.m. 302-226-3600. • Conch Island Key West Bar and Grill: 211 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, July 13 - The Durtbags; Saturday, July 14 - The Durtbags, 8:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.; Sunday, July 15 - Patrick & The Swayzees, 8:30 p.m. to midnight; Monday, July 16 - Uncle Ward, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Tuesday, July 17 Ryan Livingston, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Wednesday, July 18 - Joey DeNoble, 8:30 p.m. to midnight; Thursday, July 19 - Matt Avery, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Friday, July 20 - Radio Neon, 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 302226-9378. • Cuvee Ray Wine Bar & Restaurant: 236 Rehoboth Ave. Thursdays - live music, 4 to 6:30 p.m.; Saturdays - acoustic classic music, 9 p.m. to midnight; Sundays - Live jazz brunch. 302-567-2942. • Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, July 13 - Neighbor Lady, 10 to 11:30 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 Little Bird, 10 to 11:30 p.m.; Wednesday, July 18 - Package Deal, 7 to 9 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Jocelyn & Chris Ardnt, 10 to 11:30 p.m. 302-226-BREW. • Gray Hare Tavern: Route 24. Wednesdays - Al Frantic, 4:30 to 7 p.m. and Karaoke with Shermanater, 7 to 11 p.m.; Sundays - Karaoke with Nancy, 7 to 11 p.m.; Friday, July 13 - Keri Anthony, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Mathew Street Band, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Jr. Wilson, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Barcode Band, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; Sunday, July 15 - Catch the Drift, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.; Tuesday, July 17 - Stayin Frosty, 4:30 p.m.; Thursday, July 19 - Red Bullet and Freshly Squeezed; Friday, July 20 - Bill Libkey, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Dust N Bones Band, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 302-645-9911.
• Back Porch Café: 59 Rehoboth Ave. Fridays - John Ewart and Vic England, 7 to 10 p.m. 302-227-3674.
• Bluecoast Seafood Grill & Raw Bar: 30115 Veterans Way. Friday, July 13 Bettenroo; Saturday, July 14 - Jim Rezac & Green Room; Sunday, July 15 - Joey Fulkerson; Wednesday, July 18 - Rick Arzt; Thursday, July 19 - Amy & Stuart; Friday, July 20 - John Flynn Piano Man; Sunday, July 22 - 2nd Time Around, 5 to 8 p.m. 302278-7395.
• Hammerheads Dockside: 39415 Inlet Road. Tuesdays - Lower Case Blues; Friday, July 13 - Shooters Band, 4 to 7 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Matthew Street Band, 3 to 6 p.m.; Sunday, July 15 - Buddhagraph Spaceship, 3 to 6 p.m.; Monday, July 16 Blind Wind, 4 to 7 p.m.; Wednesday, July 18 - Chris Steele, 4 to 7 p.m.; Thursday, July 19 - Hilary Veltri, 4 to 7 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - Adwela & The Uprising, 4 to 7 p.m. 302752-8010.
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• Harrington Raceway & Casino: 15 W. Rider Rd. Thursdays - DJ Knappy, 8 p.m. to midnight; Saturday, July 14 - I Am King Michael Jackson Tribute (tickets, $20 per person); Friday, July 13 - Up All Night; Saturday, July 14 - City Grove; Thursday, July 19 - Mason Dixon Band; Friday, July 20 - Bo Dickerson Band. 888-887-5687. • Abbott's on Broad Creek: 300 Delaware Ave. Thursdays - Let's Do Trivia, 7 p.m.;
Saturday, July 21 - Late night jazz featuring Sean A. Lane on piano and Justine Miller vocals and trumpet, 10 p.m. to midnight. 302-227-8511. • Murph’s Beef & Ale: 37169 Rehoboth Ave. Mondays- Bandeoke, 7 p.m.; Thursdays - Lower Case Blues, 7 to 10 p.m.; Fridays & Saturdays - local entertainment, 7 to 10 p.m.; Sundays - The Girlfriends & Jamie Fox, 5 to 8 p.m. 302-212-5355. • The Big Chill Surf Cantina: 19406 Coastal Hwy. Sundays - Lower Case Blues; Friday, July 13 - Jim & Joe of Chorduroy; Saturday, July 14 - Nothing But Trouble; Thursday, July 19 - Keri Anthony; Friday, July 20 - Lyric Drive. 302-727-5568. • The Cultured Pearl Restaurant & Sushi Bar: 301 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, July 13 Kevin McCove, 8 to 11 p.m.; Friday, July 20 Keith Mack, 8 to 11 p.m. 302-227-8493. • The Pond: South First Street. Mondays Green Means Go, 10 p.m.; Tuesdays - Speed Bingo, 6:30 p.m. and Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.; Wednesdays - Survey Sez! Game Night, 7 p.m. and open-mic night, 10 p.m.; Sundays - Jody Lynn, 6 p.m. and Lower Case Blues, 10 p.m.; Friday, July 13 - Union Road Duo, 6 p.m. and Human Connection, 10 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Sweet Leda, 6 p.m. and Green Means Go, 10 p.m.; Thursday, July 19 - Mick Fury, 9:30 p.m.; Friday, July 20 - The Savannah Band, 6 p.m. and Mick Fury, 10 p.m. 302-227-2234. • Purple Parrot: 134 Rehoboth Ave. Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays - Karaoke with SeaSchell, 9 p.m.; Sundays Miss Julia Sugarbaker and the Birdcage Bad Girls Drag Show, 10 p.m. 302-226-1139. • 1776: Midway Shopping Center. Fridays and Saturdays - Bernard Sweetney, 7 to 10 p.m.; Sundays - Nick Wayne, 5 to 8 p.m. 302-645-9355. • The Swell Tiki Bar & Grill: 37385 Rehoboth Ave. Ext. Sundays - Mingo, 5 p.m.; Saturdays - Divas of the Sea, 10:30 p.m.; Friday, July 13 - Cathy Gorman, 5 to 8 p.m. and Vicki Dee, 8 to 11 p.m.; Saturday, July 14 - Fierce Band, 8 to 11 p.m. 302-227-9355. • Summer House: 228 Rehoboth Ave. Saturdays - live acoustic music with Joe Daphne, 9 to 11 p.m. 302-227-3895. • Victoria's Restaurant: Boardwalk Plaza, Olive Ave. Wednesdays - Keith Mack on solo acoustic guitar, 5 to 8 p.m.; Thursdays Ed Shockley, 5 to 8 p.m.; Fridays - Jeff Irwin solo, 6 to 10 p.m.; Saturdays - Jeff Irwin solo, 6 to 10 p.m.; Sundays - piano and bass with Jeff Irwin for Sunday Brunch, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 302-227-0615. • Zogg's: 1 Wilmington Ave. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays - Jimmy G, 6 to 9 p.m.; Fridays - Matt Lafferty, 6-9 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays -Jimmy G, 6 to 9 p.m. and rotation of acoustic local musicians, 9 p.m. to midnight. 302227-7660.
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Sweep the beach Last year, the state-run beach cleanup netted 3.8 tons of trash alone. There are several organizations that offer beach cleanups throughout the year, but there is no reason you cannot do your own while visiting Delaware beaches. It’s a great excuse to take another walk along the coastline. If you want to be part of an organized event, Delaware Surf Fishing schedules beach cleanups weekly throughout the summer. Here is their upcoming schedule (for more, visit delaware-surf-fishing.com): July 17: Delaware Seashore State Park, Keybox to Faithful Steward (meet at the Key Box parking lot) July 24 : Delaware Seashore State Park Southside walk on beach to 3Rs (meet at the southside parking lot) July 31: Fenwick Island State Park August 7: Beach Plum Island State Park August 14: Cape Henlopen State Park … Point Comfort Station to Naval Crossing (meet at the small bathhouse at point comfort station) August 21: Cape Henlopen State Park .. Herring Point to Gordons Pond (meet at Herring Point lower parking lot) August 28: Delaware Seashore State Park, Keybox to Faithful Steward (meet at the Key Box parking lot) September 4: The point at Cape Henlopen State Park (meet at point comfort station bath house. September 11: Delaware Seashore State Park Southside walk on beach to 3Rs (meet at the southside parking lot) September 18 : Fenwick Island State Park Additionally, Delaware Nature Society and Abbott’s Mill Nature Center will host the annual state beach cleanup, which will be held from 9 am - 12 pm on Saturday, Sept. 15. The cleanup spans the First State’s 97-mile eastern coastline and includes river and ocean shorelines as well as wetland and watershed areas. This year, more than 45 sites in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties are targeted. Volunteers are strongly encouraged to preregister to help ensure that each site has enough supplies. For more information on the Delaware Coastal Cleanup, email coordinator Joanna Wilson (Joanna.Wilson@state. de.us), or call 302-739-9902. For more information about the Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation (MERR) Institute, call 302-228-5029. MERR is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the conservation of marine mammals and sea turtles and their habitat.
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Biggs at the Beach event set July 26 at Lewes library The Biggs Museum of American Art and the Lewes Public Library are working together this summer to bring art to beach residents. The public is invited to the Lewes Public Library at 4 p.m., Thursday, July 26, to meet members of the Biggs Museum Board of Trustees and learn about the Biggs Museum of American Art in downtown Dover, just 45 minutes away from Delaware beaches. Marcia DeWitt In celebration of the museum’s 25th Anniversary, Biggs Museum Board President Marcia P. DeWitt, along with Lewis Drexel Davison, owner of Bad Hair Day? in Rehoboth Beach, and Theda Blackwelder, Drexel Davison a Biggs trustee who personally knew museum founder
Sewell C. Biggs, will be at the Lewes Public Library to discuss the Biggs Museum of American Art’s permanent collection and its founder. “This exciting initiative leverages all of our resources. It keys into our Arts for All program, which promotes access to quality, diverse arts programming at no cost in an accessible venue, and it features localarea trustees who commit their time and talent T. Blackwelder to the Biggs in Dover. The session will be held just steps away from The Delaware Room, where the history of our state capital is prominent, and the artwork is indigenous to Delaware. What a great partnership!” said Rebecca Lowe, Lewes Public Library development director. Established in 1993, and currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2018, the Sewell C. Biggs Museum of American Art houses one of the choicest collections of American fine and decorative arts. Special
features of the permanent collection include the only comprehensive representational American paintings collection on the Delmarva Peninsula, with highlights by the Peale family, Albert Bierstadt, Gilbert Stuart, and Childe Hassam. Visitors can experience a variety of art forms such as sculptures by Hiram Powers and images by Brandywine School illustrator Frank E. Schoonover. The museum also houses one of the finest collections of regional silver in the country. As part of the partnership between the museum and the Lewes Public Lbrary, the public can view 25 reproductions of collection objects from the Biggs Museum permanent collection throughout the summer at the library. These same 25 objects will be featured in public schools throughout Delaware this fall through the 25 Schools, 25 Big(gs) Works of Art program. Learn more about this educational initiative at www. BiggsMuseum.org. To register for this free public event, ask at the front desk of the Lewes Public Library, 111 Adams Ave., Lewes, or call 302645-2733. For more information, go to lewes.lib.de.us.
Lewes Antiques Show & Sale Sponsored by Bethel United Methodist Church Bethel Fellowship Hall 129 W. Fourth Street Lewes, Delaware Two Day Event • July 13 & 14 Friday • July 13 • 10 am - 5 pm Saturday • July 14 • 10 am - 5 pm Decorator & Collector Items Jewelry & Furniture Lunch Served Daily
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THE SEWELL C. BIGGS MUSEUM of American Art in Dover houses one of the choicest collections of American fine and decorative arts. Museum leaders will host a public information discussion July 26 at the Lewes Public Library.
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Revival House to present ‘The Big Lebowski’ July 19 at Milton Theatre Lace up those bowling shoes and belly up to the bar for a White Russian, as the Revival House is celebrating two decades with The Dude, with a screening of "The Big Lebowski" Thursday, July 19, at the Milton Theatre. Doors will open at 6 p.m., with music by Al Frantic, musician and owner of Frantic Frets of Milton, and beverages from Beach Time Distilling. Participants are encouraged to dress as their favorite "Lebowski" character, and prizes will be awarded to the winners. Guitarist Frantic has been performing as part of the threepiece band, The Al Frantic Band, in New Jersey for more than a decade. Since relocating to Delaware, Frantic has been a staple at the Gray Hare Tavern in Rehoboth Beach, as well as performing at Cape Henlopen State Park. His most recent venture is opening Frantic Frets Music & Antiques in Milton. Frantic Frets offers a number of classic guitars, lessons, repairs and home decor for the music aficionado. Frantic will bring a number of items from his shop to the show as well as perform a live set on stage prior to the sceening. He has agreed to play no Eagles songs, as to appease The Dude. Beach Time Distilling from Lewes will serve its signature "leisurely refined spirits" during the evening, with an number of drinks crafted from their own vodkas that would create a White Russian that would receive the Dude's seal of approval. Additionally, visitors can choose from more the 15 beers, seven wines and, of course, Maine Root root beer, a proud sponsor of the Revival House. Celebrating the film's 20th anniversary, "The Big Lebowski" is perhaps one of the most endur-
Al Frantic will perform at the 20th anniversary showing of “The Big Lebowski” at Milton Theatre’s Revival House July 19.
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ing films of the Coen Brothers' career, spawning an annual "Lebowski Fest" at which fans of the film ("Achievers" in the parlance of our times) attend dressed as their favourite characters, and a religion known as "Dudeis." (which subscribes to the fact that "Life is short and complicated and nobody knows what to do about it. So don't do anything about it. Just take it easy, man.") Starring Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, John Turturro and a host of others, "Lebowski" is a wildly madcap journey of an average guy who gets mixed up with some very eclectic characters in a case of kidnapping and mistaken identity. The film's outlandish characters, lavish set design and endlessly quotable dialogue has led
to a cult following that lasted long after it left the theater, including a Lebowski-inspired store in New York City, two African spiders being named after it (Anelosimus biglebowski and Anelosimus dude), and the topic of several social and political analyses. But more than all that, it's just damn fun. Strap on jellie sandals, don that favorite bowling shirt and swing on down to the Milton Theatre Thursday, July 19, for the Revival House's special 20th Anniversary screening of "The Big Lebowski." Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students and seniors (the film is rated R, so those younger than 17 must be accompanied by an adult). For more information on the screening or to order tickets in advance, go to revivialhousetheater.com or miltontheatre.com.
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Bethany Beach Bandstand Bandstand shows begin at 7:30 p.m. unless stated otherwise Friday, July 13 - I Am King: The Michael Jackson Experience Saturday, July 14 - Triple Rail Turn Sunday, July 15 - Richard Walton Group Friday, July 20 - High Noon Saturday, July 21 - The Fabulous Dialtones, 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Sunday, July 22 - Jimi Smooth Friday, July 27 - La Vie en Rose Saturday, July 28 - Real Diamond: Neil Diamond Tribute Sunday, July 29 - The Jamboree Boys Friday, Aug. 3 - Sarah Williams Saturday, Aug. 4 - Over Time Sunday, Aug. 5 - OH BOY! With Mr. Hetfield’s School of Rock Friday, Aug. 10 - Kategory 5 Saturday, Aug. 11 - Delta Spur Sunday, Aug. 12 - US Army Downrange Friday, Aug. 17 - Annual Talent Show 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 18 - Damn the Torpedoes Sunday, Aug. 19 - US Army Jazz Ambassadors Friday, Aug. 25 - The Jimmies Saturday, Aug. 25 - Larger Than Life Sunday, Aug. 26 - Stella Ruze Friday, Aug. 31 - Still Surfin’ Saturday, September 1 - Three Sheets Accoustic Sunday, September 2 - Jesse Garron’s Tribute to Elvis
Dewey Beach Every Monday, 8:30 p.m. Movie Night on the Beach July 16 - Despicable Me 3 July 23 - Finding Nemo July 30 - Beauty and the Beast (2017) Aug. 6 - Cars 3 Aug. 13 - Coco Aug. 20 - The BFG
Freeman Stage at Bayside 31750 Lake View Dr, Selbyville Thursday, July 12 - Boyz II Men Saturday, July 14 - Mystic Drumz: The Road to JelloTown Thursday, July 19 - “Mary Poppins” by Clear Space Theatre Company Friday, July 20 - Celtic Tenors Saturday, July 21 - Remember When Rock Was Young: The Elton John Tribute Monday, July 23 - Pat Benatar, Neil Giraldo and Rick Springfield Tuesday, July 24 - An Evening with Straight No Chaser For information call 302-4363015
Lewes Canalfront Park Wednesdays - Free Zumba in the Park, 6 p.m. Sundays - Free yoga in the Park, 8 a.m. Thursday, July 5 Concert in the Park
featuring The Clifford Keith Band, 7 p.m. Thursday, July 12 - Cinema by the Canal featuring Top Gun, 8 p.m. Thursday, July 19 - Concert in the Park featuring Mike Hines and The Look, 7 p.m. Thursday, July 26 - Play in the Park Cinderella, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2 - Concert in the Park featuring Doug Segree, 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 9 - Cinema by the Canal featuring Free Willy Call 302-645-2795
Lewes Summer Concert Series Concerts start at 7 p.m. in Stango Park. Monday, July 2 - Delaware Army National Guard 287th Army Band Tuesday, July 10 - Jean Therapy Tuesday, July 17 - Glass Onion Tuesday, July 24 - Vinyl Shockley Tuesday July 31 - The British Invasion Experience Tuesday, Aug. 7 - Chesapeake Brass Band Tuesday, Aug. 14 - Free Range Tuesday, Aug. 21 - Conley & Watson Tuesday, Aug. 28 - U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters at Cape Henlopen High School. For more information go to ci.lewes. de.us
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New artwork unveiled at Fort Miles Museum By Ellen Driscoll email@example.com The Fort Miles Historical Association hosted artists and guests July 1 for a museum tour and artwork unveiling. Lewes aviation artist Paul Rendel donated his new oil painting, “Fort Miles Flyover” to the museum. The painting depicts the B-25 twin-engine bomber plane “Panchito” as it would have appeared flying over Fort Miles during World War II. Owned by Larry Kelley, the World War II-era Panchito is housed at Delaware Coastal Airport in Georgetown., and
flew the last combat mission on Aug. 12, 1945, against Kanoya Airfield, Kyushu. The event also celebrated artists whose works were selected for display after participating in a sketching contest during April’s Delaware Goes to War event at Cape Henlopen State Park. Artists paid a fee of $25 to sketch reenactors, equipment and vehicles recreating World War II scenes, and each could enter up to five sketches. Rendel judged submissions, and chose sketches by amateur artists Rick Cross, Scott Roberts and Stephen Burke for display.
Concerts start at 7 p.m. in Memorial Park Wednesday, July 11 - The Girlfriends Wednesday, July 18 - U.S. Navy Commodores Wednesday, July 25 - Vinyl Shockley Wednesday, Aug. 1 - Honeycombs Wednesday, Aug. 8 - 33 and 1/3 Wednesday, Aug. 15 - Overtime Wednesday, Aug. 22 - U.S. Navy Cruisers Wednesday, Aug. 29 - Big Hat No Cattle Contact 302-684-4110.
Rehoboth Beach Bandstand Concerts are from 8 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Friday, July 6 - US Navy Country Current Saturday, July 7 - Jesse Garron Sunday, July 8 - Tim Laushey Orchestra Friday, July 13 - SoHO Down Saturday, July 14 - Billy Price Band Sunday, July 15 - Still Surfin’ Thursday, July 19 - Cinema by the Surf Friday, July 20 - Fast Forward 80’s Saturday, July 21 - Gringo Jingo Sunday, July 22 - The 1974 Friday, July 27 - Lower Case Blues Saturday, July 28 - Vinyl Shockley Sunday, July 29 - The Clifford Keith Band Friday, Aug. 3 - Yellow Brick Road Saturday, Aug. 4 - US Navy Band Sea Chants Sunday, Aug. 5 - Central City Orchestra Friday, Aug. 10 - Dance Candy Saturday, Aug. 11 - The B-Street Band Sunday, Aug. 12 - Boathouse Row Thursday, Aug. 16 - Cinema by the Surf Friday, Aug. 17 - US Navy Cruisers Saturday, Aug. 18 - US Army Jazz Ambassadors Sunday, Aug. 19 - The British Invasion Experience Friday, Aug. 24 - Larger Than Life - The Ultimate Boyband Tribute Saturday, Aug. 25 - Peter Johann Band Sunday, Aug. 26 - Flatland Drive Friday, Aug. 31 - The Fabulous Hubcaps Saturday, Sept. 1 - Glass Onion
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FORT MILES HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION board member Jim Pierce, left, helps artist Paul Rendel unveil his new painting, “Fort Miles Flyover.”
Fort Miles Historical Association President and Founder Dr. Gary Wray talks about the museum’s collection of Howard Schroeder paintings. Stationed at Fort Miles during World War II, Schroeder completed many paintings of life at the Fort, including this view from inside one of the fort’s fire control towers.
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Dewey Beach to host movies and bonfires in July, August
All events are weather-dependent The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce and major sponsor Weis Markets will provide family movies and bonfires on the shore in Dewey Beach this summer. Attendees bring their own beach chairs. Movies will start at approximately 8:30 p.m., Mondays on the beach at Dagsworthy Avenue in Dewey Beach. Glow necklaces will be available for $1 or donation. For s’more fun, bonfires will
be held Wednesdays in July and August at Dagsworthy Avenue in Dewey Beach. Four marshmallows to roast can be purchased for a minimum donation of $1. Sticks for roasting will be available to borrow. Bonfire dates will be Wednesday, July 11, 18, and 25, and Aug. 1, 8, 15, and 22. Free parking in Dewey Beach is available from 5 to 9 p.m., Monday to Wednesday.
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These events are weatherdependent. In the event of inclement weather, same-day cancellations will be determined no later than 7 p.m. for movies and 6 p.m. for bonfires. Notice of cancellation will
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If weather is clear, events will take place as scheduled but may end early due to poor weather conditions. For more information, call the chamber at 302-227-2233 or go to beach-fun.com.
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Dogfish Head Seasonal Ale always on tap. The unparalleled view is a favorite for all ages. And for a few weeks in August, dine with a spectacular view of Delaware’s official Tall Ship, the Kalmar Nyckel. It’s also not unusual to catch the thrill of a couple tying the knot on the Finger Pier and celebrating at an outdoor reception catered by executive chef Ingrid Dellatorre, who puts her distinctive touch on all the special events. It’s no wonder some of the area’s biggest business partners regularly schedule their parties at the facility. A floating dock installed last year allows Delaware Bay boaters to dock and walk right up to On the Rocks. Kids can enjoy the nearby playground while the adults savor the food, the view and the spirits - whether or not you’re taking a ferry ride. On the Rocks welcomes you once again to the Lewes Ferry Terminal and this one-of-a-kind jewel on the Delaware Bay.
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America: The Cookbook has local ties A 767-page red, white and blue recipe resource as American as apple pie
By Molly MacMillan Special to the Cape Gazette Patriotic home chefs searching for culinary classics, rejoice! America: the Cookbook is a catalog of cuisine, and an index of regional flavors from sea to shining sea. With 800 home-cooking recipes compiled by author Gabrielle Langholtz, the cookbook frames itself to be “A culinary road trip through the 50 states.” Commissioned for Phaidon Press by Emily Salkin Takoudes - an editor with family ties to Dover - the exhaustive index of American cuisine highlights contributions from epicurean emissaries in every state, including Delaware’s own James Beard award-nominees Sam Calagione, owner and president of the Dogfish Head Brewery and restaurants, and Hari Cameron, chef and owner of a(MUSE.) and Grandpa MAC restaurants. At more than 700 pages, this
cookbook is exhaustive encyclopedia of all-American recipes inspired by immigrant influences and holiday traditions. As an introduction, Langholtz explained her motivations for researching these classic recipes stemmed from a childhood spent traveling the country with her academic parents, a decade of adulthood dedicated to editing food magazines, and her own desire to illuminate the artistry that has evolved in American cuisine. “A continent of crab cakes and cracklins, fiddleheads and fatback, huckleberries and huevos, corn and conch, peanuts and peaches had been hidden in plain sight, missed by modern mapmakers of taste,” she wrote. “I wrote this book to refute the misconception that American food means homogenized, processed blandness.” The wide-ranging reserve of recipes is comprehensive of every corner of the country from
Dogfish Head President Sam Calagione recalled the creation of Punkin Ale for his contribution to the red, white and blue cookbook.
America: the Cookbook is an encyclopedia of American home cooking and regional cuisine with culinary classics and contributions from the epicurean elite of all 50 states.
a classic New England Clam Chowder in Massachusetts to Alice Waters’ recipe for Meyer Lemon Sherbet in California. For his Delaware commentary, Calagione recalled the creation of Punkin’ Ale for the World Championship Punkin Chunkin while Cameron contributed three recipes he considered true to the history and traditions of home cooking in Delaware. In a state with more chickens than people, the chef said he felt obliged to submit a savory chicken and dumplings recipe as well as a historic recipe for Delaware potato pie, which Cameron explained as Russett’s answer to sweet potato pie, without the winter spices. He also submitted a cucumber salad inspired by the garden salads his mother, Nina, would throw together on hot summer nights.
CHEF HARI CAMERON, James Beard award nominee, owner and operator of a(MUSE.) and Grandpa MAC restaurants, contributed several recipes to America: the Cookbook.
“Every summer we would have gardens and my mom would make a cucumber salad, so I took that and brought it out with some of my current style,” he said. “It is kind of my favorite
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Sundance to add disco tea dance Sept. 2 CAMP Rehoboth's signature two-night Labor Day weekend Sundance event will expand this year to include Sundance Disco Twilight Tea, a classic disco tea dance that will start an hour earlier than past years' Sundances. The event will be held at 7 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 2, at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center. At 9:45 p.m., the traditional Sundance begins. Attendees can enjoy continuous dancing the entire evening, which lasts until 2 a.m. The bar and a cocktail buffet will be open all night. To purchase tickets, go to camprehoboth.com. Sundance is a spectacular two-day event with an auction and a dance that draws nearly 1,000 participants and raises money for CAMP Rehoboth, a community organization that provides services ranging from
education and counseling to flu shots. This year the theme is Sundance 2018 – Rainbow XXXI: In the Name of Love in memory of Steve Elkins, co-founder of Sundance and CAMP Rehoboth. The Sundance Disco Twilight Tea will feature DJ legend Robbie Leslie, who is best known for his work at Studio 54 and The Saint in NYC, as well as his famous Saint White Parties. His long career began on Fire Island and includes 12 West and Palladium. A bonafide legend in the music industry, Leslie has been in the nightclub business for 40 years and is considered the prototype of the modern circuit party DJ. He began spinning at special events worldwide long before the term "circuit" was in the party vernacular. He is currently a Studio 54 radio DJ
on Sirius XM radio, and continues to play parties all over the world. For the traditional Sundance, international DJ/Remixer Joe Gauthreaux will take over the booth to lift the room right into his signature club sound. A dazzling auction will be held the first night of the event. Art, trips, gifts, sports memorabilia and one-of-a-kind items will be featured. The second night includes the two dances for the price of one this year. Sundance participants can attend either or both nights of the event. Tickets are $45 for one night or $80 for both nights. All proceeds will benefit CAMP Rehoboth, an organization that operates a full-service community center, and offers a variety of activities, cultural events, service projects and educational programs.
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New vendors join Milton Farmers Market Fridays New vendors at Milton Farmers Market continue to add enticing choices to the the community-supported market at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery that provides locally grown produce, flowers, foods and merchandise from 3 to 6 p.m., Fridays. Among the offerings found at the market are sausages, ham and bacon from The Butcher Block, which Milton shoppers already know from its downtown storefront location. Coowner Brian Tatum says buyers appreciate getting top-quality meats that are locally processed in small batches. “We smoke our own bacon and ham, and people are really into the freshly smoked sausages,” Tatum said. The Butcher Block’s relationships with small farms around the country keep it supplied with heritage-breed pork and grass-fed beef. For the best taste, Tatum said, customers should cook and serve Butcher Block sausages within a few days of purchase, since they’re made without the preservatives that keep massmarket meats on shelves longer. “So take it right home and grill it up,” he said.
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Bill Davis was making pasta sauces in a Vermont restaurant 25 years ago and getting rave reviews – so much so that he decided the sauce could support its own business. His company, Sopra Della Baia, offers the jarred pasta sauce at the Milton Farmers Market. It’s made in the commercial kitchen at The Penguin restaurant in Bethany Beach, where Davis’ wife and daughters are partners, so even in the resort’s off-season, the kitchen stays busy. There are no trade secrets in the recipe. Davis said, “One of the things that makes it unique is no added salt and no added sugar. It’s all fresh.” His favorite meal to prepare with the sauce is linguine with clams
or mussels. Another new vendor at the market caters to the indulgent side of eating. Carl’s Gourmet Hots & Sandwiches owner Carl Haber will offer shoppers an overstuffed pastrami Reuben, thick grilled cheese or specialty hot dog – loaded with mac and cheese or piled with chili – on rolls baked in Milford. “I was tired of going other places and getting bad hot dogs for an outrageous price,” said Haber, who managed restaurants for more than 20 years. “If you’re after health food, don’t come to my cart.” For shoppers whose fingers might be greasy from that chili dog, Sand Hill Soap Co. sells homemade soaps made with just three base ingredients: olive oil, coconut oil and shea butter. To add scents and textures, maker Koreen Pacher mixes in pureed carrots or cucumbers. She also grows, dries and infuses lemongrass into the olive oil. Customers tell her the soaps don’t dry their skin like storebought bars, Pacher said. A new product she’s bringing to the market this year is body wash, offered in lavender, patchouli and eucalyptus scents.
Local farmers markets Bethany Beach Through Sept. 2 Garfield Parkway and Pennsylvania Avenue (PNC parking lot) Sundays, 8 a.m. to noon More information: 301-7170492 or dougmowrey@gmail. com
16 Mile Farmers Market Through Sept. 19 413 South Bedford St., Georgetown Wednesdays 4 to 7 p.m. More information: Heather Snyder, 302-841-1365, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Historic Lewes Farmers Market George H.P. Smith Park (spring/summer location through Sept. 29), DuPont and Johnson avenues, Lewes and Richard A. Shields Elementary School parking lot (fall location Oct. 6-Nov. 17), Savannah Road and Sussex Drive Saturdays, spring/summer market 8 a.m. to noon and fall market 9 a.m. to noon Market accepts EBT cards (SNAP bebefits), and FMNP-WIC coupons. More information: 302-644-1436, or historiclewesfarmersmarket.org
Historic Lewes Farmers Market at Kings Highway June 6-Aug. 30 37707 Crooked Hammock Way, Lewes Wednesdays 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Market accepts EBT cards (SNAP bebefits), and FMNP-WIC coupons. More Information: 302-644-1436, or historiclewesfarmersmarket.org
Milton Farmers Market Through Oct. 5 (Harvest Market Nov. 16) Dogfish Brewery, No. 6 Village Center Boulevard Fridays, 3 to 6 p.m. More information at miltonfarmersmarket.org
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Atlantic Visual Artists exhibit continues at Moorings Show to be featured through Aug. 31 The Atlantic Visual Artists announcesd a group exhibition at the Moorings at Lewes, 17028 Cadbury Circle in Lewes, will run through Friday, Aug. 31 when
there will be a closing reception free and open to the public from 3 to 5 p.m. Small prints will be available for sale. Watercolor, mixed media
and acrylic artwork is on display from artists Carol Yost, Kaz Huston, Donna Sheppard, Sandee Duncan, Sally Reed, LuAnn Miller, Sue Dutton and Rita Poore. This small group of artists formed in 2015 to paint, share,
and celebrate living the artistic life. They formed with the desire to enjoy art and each other. Weekly, they put paint to paper and canvas, watch informative videos, engage in spirited discussions and organize workshops
with award-winning artists. The goal is always the same, to positively support each other’s efforts, learn from each other and keep producing art. For information, go to facebook.com/AtlanticVisualArtists.
“Reef Stalk” by Rita Poore.
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Roosevelt biographer to kick off History Book Fest Sept. 28 The 2018 History Book Festival will kick off 7 p.m., Friday, Sept. 28 at Bethel United Methodist Church. The festival will host a weekend of varied presentations by more than 20 authors of newly published nonfiction and fiction books about history. The presentations will be enhanced by lively discussions, book sales and surprises at several venues around the city of Lewes. The festival’s opening evening event will feature acclaimed historian Blanche Wiesen Cook, who will discuss her most recently published biography, “Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3: The War Years and After, 19391962.” Paul Sparrow, director of the FDR Presidential Library & Museum in Hyde Park, New York, will interview Wiesen Cook and moderate a question and answer exchange with the audience. To set the stage for the evening, renowned composer David Cieri will perform pieces he wrote for the Ken Burns PBS documentary series, “The Roosevelts.” “We are quite proud and excited to bring Blanche Wiesen Cook, Paul Sparrow and David Cieri to Lewes,” says Ronald Collins, who co-chairs the book festival with Jen Mason.
“It gives us the opportunity to explore and discuss Eleanor Roosevelt and the important matters that shaped her life and that of others.” “We also are excited about the interest the festival has attracted nationwide from noted authors and publishing houses,” says Mason. “Last year, at the first History Book Festival, we had an incredible lineup of diverse authors — and this year’s festival is certain to rival that success. What attracts them to Lewes is our focus on history, our small town hospitality, our engaged audience, and, of course, our beautiful beaches.” Wiesen Cook is a distinguished professor of history and women’s studies at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and at the Graduate Center of City University of New York. She worked on Eleanor Roosevelt’s biography for more than 35 years. The first two volumes of the biography, published in 1992 and 1999 covered Roosevelt’s childhood years, her personal life and her rise to national attention. The three-volume series has received many favorable reviews, including from NPR and The New York Times Book Review. The third volume follows Roosevelt through the war
years until her death, providing new insights into the evolution of her complex marriage to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It reveals how she fought for economic security, New Deal reforms, racial equality and the rescue of war refugees — all issues the president sidelined as he prepared for and led the country through World War II. The book festival brings noted and new authors of recently published works of historical fiction and non-fiction to coastal Delaware. Following Friday evening’s event, presentations will continue Saturday, including the addition of a ticketed luncheon and happy hour in 2018. Venues include the Lewes Public Library, The Margaret H. Rollins Community Center and Lewes History Museum, Lewes Presbyterian Church, and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. A free shuttle service will be available to take participants to the different venues. On Saturday, the Friends of The Lewes Public Library will sell a variety of history books to coincide with the festival. Last year’s inaugural History Book Festival attracted over 1,000 visitors. While most Saturday events are free, thanks to the generous support of Delaware Humanities (DEHu-
HISTORY BOOK FESTIVAL keynote author Blanche Wiesen Cook poses with a statue of Eleanor Roosevelt in New York’s Riverside Park.
manities.org) and iHeart Media and other sponsors, the kickoff Eleanor Roosevelt evening is ticketed and costs $35 per person or $50 per couple. The price includes a signed, softback
copy of, “Eleanor Roosevelt, Volume 3: The War Years and After, 1939-1962.” To purchase tickets, and to learn more about the festival, please visit historybookfestival.org.
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Pamella Bounds-Seemans is featured artist for annual Lewes Craft Fair, July 14 Pamella Bounds-Seemans is the 2018 Summer Craft Fair Featured Artist for the event Saturday, July 14, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A Milton native, Bounds-Seemans is known for her acrylic paintings surrounded by collage borders and hand-painted frames. Admission to the craft fair is $5 per
person; children under 12 are free. Proceeds from this event will benefit educational and preservation programs at The Lewes Historical Society. For more details about the Summer Craft Fair or for more information on The Lewes Historical Society, contact 302-645-7670 or go to historiclewes.org.
Bounds-Seemans is known for her eclectic style.
Jazz funeral to bid farewell to summer in Bethany Beach Sept. 3 Following the Fourth of July parade and fireworks display, the Town of Bethany Beach is sailing along into the most popular part of the summer season. Although many folks do not want to think about the end of summer and hope it will never come, the wonderful summer season will come to an end and then it will be time transition into the vibrant fall season. To help make the switch from summer to fall a little more palatable, plans are in the works to celebrate the end of the summer season. A group of local residents are preparing to celebrate the end of summer resort season
with their annual Bethany Beach Jazz Funeral to be held at 5:30 p.m., Labor Day Monday, Sept. 3. The jazz funeral is a lighthearted celebration that allows all those who attend to participate and become part of a fun boardwalk parade. A procession of mourners will carry a casket with a mannequin representing Summer of 2018 from the North end of the Boardwalk to its final resting place at the Boardwalk Bandstand. Music will be provided by the combined efforts of three Dixieland Jazz Bands. Moss Wagner, a former town council member and Bethany businessman who owned and
operated the Bethany Beach Ice Cream Parlor and Moss Boss’ Ice Cream Shop, founded this end of summer celebration. Wagner’s original idea was to have a small party for local businessmen to celebrate the closing of the traditional summer resort season that ended on Labor Day. His initially small party grew into a town-wide celebration featuring a Dixieland Band and a funky funeral procession. A silent auction will be held at 3 p.m., Friday, Aug. 31, at Bethany Blues. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 302-537-1585 or go to www. jazz-funeral.com.
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Author Steven Hartov to sign books at Browseabout July 15 Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach announced that author Steven Hartov will be signing copies of his latest book, “The Soul of a Thief,” from 1 to 3 p.m., Sunday, July 15. This intense novel perfectly captures the emotions of those caught behind the lines in occupied France and, telling the story of flawed hero Shtefan Brandt. Hartov is also the author of a series of espionage novels based
“Fishy” by Carol Yost.
Fur, Fins and Feathers opening reception set Milton Arts Guild will host an opening reception for Fur, Fins and Feathers, from 5 to 7 p.m., Friday, July 13. The exhibit showcases nature’s bounty and beauty. Those who live Sussex County are surrounded by nature’s most amazing gifts, as birds, fish, dolphins and abundant wildlife fill their lives with beauty and wonder. Then there are people’ own little wild things...their dogs, cats and other pets filling their hearts with love. In this show, artists have captured the souls and spirits of nature. The reception is free and open to the public, and refreshments will be served.
Milton Arts Guild Gallery is at 310 Walnut St., Milton. Hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday.
Anne Buck’s “The Nose Knows” will appear in Milton Art Guild’s next exhibit.
in the Middle East: “The Heat of Ramadan,” “The Devil’s Shepherd” and “The Nylon Hand of God.” This trilogy earned nominations for the National Book Award. He is also the co-author of “The Night Stalkers” and the New
York Times bestseller “In the Company of Heroes.” Hartov’s signing continues another thrilling summer at Browseabout, with authors Beck Dorey-Stein, Christopher Swann, Mariah Stewart, Laura Kamoie, and many more still scheduled to appear. For more information, stop in the store at 133 Rehoboth Ave., call 302-226-2665 or go to www. browseaboutbooks.com.
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Free concert with Mike Hines and the Look July 19 The free Concerts by the Canal series continues its seventh season with the crowd-pleasing Mike Hines and The Look at 7 p.m., Thursday, July 19. Returning for their fourth performance in the park, Mike Hines and the Look is a high energy band that plays rhythm and blues, hip hop, pop, old school funk and a taste of Motown and disco. When they play, no one sits down the crowd gets involved in the fun. Attendees may bring a blanket
or lawn chair, and even a picnic supper to enjoy the fun, free concerts on the banks of the beautiful Lewes-Rehoboth Canal. Other concerts this summer feature Doug Segree and his band Thursday, Aug. 2 and Nate Myers and The Aces Thursday, Aug. 16 For more information, go to www.lewescanalfrontpark.org. For the information/weather hotline call 302-645-2795. Lewes Canalfront Park is at 211 Front St., Lewes.
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Eat. Walk. Sip. Discover new tastes!
STEPPIN’ UP TO THE PLATE REHOBOTH FOODIE
ne of the best things about being a guide for the EatingRehoboth.com downtown Rehoboth restaurant tours is hearing peoples’ reactions when we walk into certain restaurants. We try to keep the itinerary a surprise (part of the fun!), and I enjoy overhearing candid impressions when we make a sharp right or left into our next destination. The EatingRehoboth tour lineup is a mix of fine-dining and upscale casual places, and one of the most consistent reactions I get in the casual category is when we walk into Indigo Indian Restaurant on Rehoboth Avenue. It’s amazing what foods people will routinely dismiss as out-of-hand that don’t resemble a hamburger, a slice of pizza or a cheesesteak (not that there’s anything wrong with those things!). “Oh, we’ve walked by here a million times – but never
went in!” Or, “Isn’t this food really spicy?” Or worse yet, “I don’t know anything about this food.” That is, in a nutshell, why we created the EatingRehoboth tours. After the restaurant visits, our guests flood Facebook, TripAdvisor and our website with their reactions, and those nervous people from the previous paragraph suddenly can’t stop praising Suraj and Raghu Kumar’s Indian delights, where the appetizers and entrees can be as mild – or as spicy – as you wish. All you have to do is tell your server. Silky sauces with overtones of curry and perhaps a bit of butter and garlic are ladled over mildly spiced vegetables and lean, aromatic meats roasted in the Tandoor oven. Father & son team Suraj and Raghu make everything right there in the restaurant. As is typical with many ethnic foods, they perfected their style of cooking back in their homeland. So the warm and savory naan bread that graces most every table is baked fresh when you order it. And the deliciously bright samosas are totally vegetarian – though you’d never know it. The lamb used in the vindaloo and masala dishes is expertly butchered with no excess fat or the tough “silver” for which poorly prepared lamb is known. And so on and so on. Our tour guests love Indigo’s generous choice of wines when they visit. Paired with the warm naan (the onion kulcha is my favorite) and the deeply flavored pakoras (shrimp, chicken or veggies marinated in yogurt and spices then fried to a crispy finish), the 20 or so minutes we spend there forever alters the
dining habits of many of our guests. People who had previously strolled by without a second look are now returning that evening or couple of days later to enthusiastically dip Peshawari naan (with onions, raisins, coconut and mild spices) into cool & sweet mango chutney while washing it down with a frosty Kingfisher brew. Every week
when the Indigo visit comes to an end, sixteen shiny, empty plates are all that remain as we depart for our next culinary adventure. I’m not sure if I wrote this to encourage people to think – and eat – out of the box when planning their next meal, or to tout Suraj and Raghu’s cooking at Indigo Indian Restaurant. But the result is the same: You’re at the
beach! Try something different. Our restaurant tours often sell out about a month ahead, so check out the schedule at EatingRehoboth.com and join the fun. If you’re lucky, Indigo might be one of the stops! The Rehoboth Foodie is the author of the popular iPhone and Android travel app, Rehoboth In My Pocket. Arrive as a Visitor, Live Like a Local! Contact at byesbek@ CapeGazette.com.
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INDIGO RESTAURANT co-owner Raghu Kumar explains the history and variety of Indian cuisine to EatingRehoboth tour guests.
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GEORGE HP SMITH PARK Dupont Avenue Smith Park boasts a pond shaded with native flora and inhabited by indigenous fauna. It is the perfect place for a family picnic and exercise. Facilities to help make your visit enjoyable include a fenced children's playground, a butterfly garden, a walking path with benches and a horseshoe pit. Fishing is allowed and encouraged.
CANALFRONT PARK & MARINA Front Street The Lewes Canalfront Park & Marina is over three acres adjacent to the Lewes & Rehoboth Canal, the 1938 Overfalls Lightship, historic Lifesaving Station and the Lewes Little League ballfields along Front Street in Lewes, Delaware. Adjacent to the Park are the City tennis and basketball court. Also included at the park is the Children's Playground. The playground is for children 5 years old and under.
CAPE MAY-LEWES FERRY TERMINAL 43 Henlopen Drive Families don’t need to take a ride on the Cape MayLewes Ferry to enjoy fun times at the ferry terminal. A fun-sized pirate ship playground greets pint-sized visitors, while kids of all ages can enjoy free miniature golf while watching the big boats set sail for New Jersey.
DELAWARE SEASHORE STATE PARK at Indian River Inlet This relatively new playground area is located at the foot of the southbound side of the Indian River Inlet, within Delaware Seashore State Park. A wide variety of features, including two slides and swing sets, will delight children of all ages.
TOWN HALL 800 Coastal Hwy. The Town Hall offers a playground for small children, shuffleboard, volleyball and basketball.
STOCKLEY STREET PARK Stockley St. west of Scarborough This park is located on Stockley Street just west of Scarborough Street. The park has several benches from which one can enjoy a view of Silver Lake. There are several benches and a tot lot for the children. Enjoy the park and don’t forget cracked corn for the ducks.
GROVE PARK Columbia Avenue and Grove Street Surrounded by big trees, Grove Park has plenty of shade. The park has a tot lot for children to play, a pavilion, bathrooms and benches.
RICHARD A. SHIELDS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Shields Ave. The Schell Brothers, Sherwin Williams of Lewes, SunDew and the PTO worked hard to restore the playground.
LAKE GERAR PARK Lake Ave. on Lake Gerar Located on Lake Avenue along the northern banks of Lake Gerar, just west of the Henlopen Hotel and Condominiums. There are benches and a tot lot for small children.
REHOBOTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Stockley Street Large playground on school grounds.
MILTON DEWEY BEACH JOHN WAPLES MEMORIAL PLAYGROUND Corner of McKinley St. & Hayden Rd. Be sure to check out this beautiful modern playground located one block off the bay on the corner of McKinley Street and Hayden Road. Lots of fun for your little (and not so little ones). Special areas for 2-5 year-olds and 6-12 year-olds include monkey bars, play bridge and single and double slides, play tunnel, elephant slide, and much more.
MILTON MEMORIAL PARK Union Street A variety of playground equipment delights the younger set while adults can relax and enjoy a picnic or just take in the view.
MUNICIPAL CHILDREN’S PLAYGROUND Garfield Parkway & N. Pawn Ave. The land this park is on was donated by the Christian Church of Bethany. It is a full court and also has a playground for children ages 3 to 10.
BETHANY BEACH NATURE CENTER Rt. 26, next to Grotto Pizza Some great activities at the Nature Center include: trails, an interactive center, and a kiddie park. Youth Programs are offered every Saturday from 10:30 a.m. - 12 Noon. All ages welcome, rain or shine!
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Impersonator to bring Joan Rivers, friends to Milton As one of the country's best celebrity impersonators, Holly Faris makes audience members feel like they are standing on the red carpet with the great Joan Rivers herself. Impersonating Tina Turner, Cher, Dolly Parton, Liza Minelli, Marilyn Monroe, Bette Midler and so many others, Faris offers audiences hilarious and touching portrayals and a bit of nostalgia, but mostly just
crowd-pleasing warmth that has set her apart from the rest. Faris will bring her onewoman show to the Milton Theatre at 8 Holly Faris p.m., Saturday, July 21. Her show ranges from musical im-
Meet local artist at Ogre's Grove in Milton July 14 Ogre's Grove is throwing a meet-the-artist reception from 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday, July 14 in conjunction with Second Saturday activities in Milton. The July featured artist is Olivia Henning, a self-taught painter and award-winning pastry chef. She was born and raised in Delaware with a crayon in one hand and a book in the other. She works primarily in acrylic
paints, but often plays around with watercolors, colored pencils and 3D art. Her work is often inspired by modern pop culture references or local sites. Shown are her Teen Titans paintings, available separately or as a set. Ogre's Grove is at 129 Union St., in the historic house next to the Milton library. For more information, go to ogresgrove.com.
ARTIST OLIVIA HENNING’S Teen Titans fan art is available separately or as a set.
37th SEASON Live, Professional Shows through August 23
WHOLE FAMIL THENow R Y O Playing F ALADDIN - Tues, 7/17, 7pm CINDERELLA - Wed, 7/18, 11am ANDROCLES - Tues, 7/24, 7pm ALADDIN - Wed, 7/25, 11am TICKETS $10 UNDER 3 FREE! Information & tickets at 302-227-6766 & online at rehobothchildrenstheatre.org
Two actors play all the characters in these lively, imaginative one hour productions. Epworth Methodist Church 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach PLENTY OF FREE PARKING!
pressions to stand up comedy Tickets are $15 and $20. For more information or to purchase tickets, go to miltontheatre.com or call 302-684-3038 or at our box office. This event is age-restricted. Minors under 18 must have permission from a parent or legal guardian.
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A Buffet of Trivia THE 19TH HOLE GENE BLEILE
s a lifelong sports fan, I have always been fascinated with “the story behind the story”; strange oddities, fascinating facts, quotable quotes and strange trivia that make you stop and think, “Should I actually believe what I just read?” So with that in mind, I have tried to cross reference with at least two sources the following collection of weird golf stories and other assorted facts, quotes and trivia.
Story Number One: Let’s insert you and a friend in the story to envision what actually happened one day on a golf course located on Nassau Island in the Bahamas. (I could not track down the year this happened, but that won’t detract from the near-death experience you are going to encounter.) You and your buddy pack your clubs, wave to your families as they head to the beach, and then you catch a hotel shuttle to the Paradise Island Golf Course. What could be better than a round of golf, warm ocean breezes, great scenery, cold beverages and an African lion chasing you down the fairway!?
Story Number Two: All your life, you have wanted to be a professional golfer. You worked hard to get your tour card and now have the opportunity to play in tournaments around the world, however your name isn’t atop the leader board at the 1972 Singapore Open, but it almost makes the obituary column the next day.
game where the aim it is to hit a very small ball into an even smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for that purpose.” (Hint: He helped Britain win WWII.) Number Two: “Golf is a game that is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.” (Hint: He had his own army.) Number Three: “If you are caught on a golf course during a thunderstorm and you are afraid of lightning; hold up a one-iron. Not even God can hit a one-iron.” (Hint: He loved Tex- Mex food.) See “Who Said That” later in this article. Number One: 75 % of all golfers admit to praying on the course. Number Two: The Masters Tournament committee prohibits TV announcers from mentioning prize money. Number Three: Eddie Lowery is the only caddie to have appeared on a U.S. postage stamp. (He was the lifelong friend and caddie for amateur golfer Francis Ouimet during the 1913 U.S. Open, when Ouimet defeated British Champions Harry Vardon and Ted Ray.)
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Play Bear Trap Dunes, located at 7 Club House Drive in Oceanview Call 302-537-5600 for a tee time. Kodiak hole number one is a par four, which plays 363 yards from the gold tees, down to 286 from the forward tees.
The Rest of the (Golf) Stories: Story Number One: Richard Blackman and his playing partner William Smith were on the 16th hole of the Paradise Island Golf Course in Nassau, Bahamas, when an escaped circus lion chased them down the fairway. They had to run for their lives, but the story had a happy ending: The lion was recaptured and the friends escaped without a scratch.
Kodiak hole number seven is a par five, which plays 550 yards from the gold tees, down to 461 from the forward tees.
Story Number Two: The winner of the 1972 Singapore Open was Japanese golfer Takaaki Kono. But little-known golfer James Stewart also made headlines when a 10 foot cobra wrapped around his ball on the fairway, thinking it was an egg. Stewart killed it with an iron.
Story Number Three:
You are a future hall of famer, promoting golf around the world. Your name alone demands respect from the gallery during an exhibition round of golf, but your trademark hat leads to a strange encounter in a greenside bunker which ends in a serious injury to your hand. See “the rest of these (golf) stories” later in this article.
During an exhibition round on a South American good will golf tour, Sam Snead was playing a shot from a greenside bunker, when a pet ostrich spotted his trademark straw hat and attacked him. The ostrich bit him on the hand while he was trying to protect his face. He had to leave the course due to an injury and couldn’t play again for two weeks.
Number one: “Golf is a
PLAY BEAR TRAP DUNES
Oddities and Trivia:
Story Number Three:
Who Said That?
Continued on page 29
Kodiak hole number nine is a par four, which plays 427 yards from the golf tees, down to 310 yards from the forward tees.
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LEWES BASE BALL CLUB FALLS TO DIAMOND STATE
Diamond State’s Greg "Memphis" Boulden delivers to a Lewes batter.
DAN COOK PHOTOS
THE LEWES VINTAGE BASE BALL CLUB took on the Diamond State Base Ball Club July 1 at its home field at the Villages of Five Points. It was nearly 100 degrees, and the Diamond State bats were hot, too, sweeping the doubleheader 10-3 and 9-2. The Lewes Vintage Base Ball Club plays by 1864 rules. The next contest is Sunday, July 15, at home versus the Fair Plays of Talbot. For more information, go to www.historiclewes.org. Lewes Base Ball Club members are in back (l-r) Steve Scharrf, Chris Sockriter, Patrick Zmuda, Jason Blanshine, Russ Huxtable and John Chisholm. In front are Anthony DeFrancisco, Joe Walls, Casey Warner, Joe Zaia and Mike DiPaolo.
Lewes Base Ball Club captain Mike DiPaolo, left, loses the toss to Diamond State’s Jeff “Swampy” Kabacinski as umpire Mike Read looks on.
Golf Continued from page 28
Who Said That? Winston Churchill 2. Arnold Palmer 3. Lee Trevino
19th Hole Record Holders: The first woman to have recorded an official hole-in-one was Mrs. Winnie Driver in 1942, at the Balgowla Golf Club in Australia. The longest hole-in-one ever recorded was by Bob Mitera, in
Lewes outfielder Anthony DeFrancisco scoops up a ground ball.
1965, while playing on a course in Nebraska. He hit a 447 yard tee shot from a tee box atop Miracle Hill. Pro Golfer Mancil Davis holds the world record for the most official holes-in-one with 51. He has scored a hole-in-one with every club in his bag except his putter, sand wedge and pitching wedge. Check out MancilDavis. com Follow my column at: BeachClub.com and check out GeneBleilePhotography. com for fine art images for your home or office and unique stock photos for financial management and real estate sales.
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Lewes second baseman Joe Zaia makes a try for a Diamond State fly ball.
Diamond State outfielder Logan "Lobo" Medkeff makes a catch.
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The good, the bad and the windy FISHING REPORT
e finally got a break from the heat last weekend. It almost felt like October in July after the heat wave. Made for great days outside despite the heavy winds. Much more comfortable temperatures for projects and fishing! The fishing is great, the catching, however, is slow. There have been some great catches around the area we don’t usually see. Spadefish in the surf. Red drum at the Indian River Inlet and the inland bays. Many do not target these fish because they don’t know where to look for them around the back bays. Usually we don’t see red drum until the beginning of fall into December when we catch them in the surf. Known as channel bass in other states, they can be found in our back bays feeding on clams. You can usually find them tailing in the flats and shallows. Clam or cut mullet are the best baits. Short striped-bass action is decent at the Indian River Inlet and any of the rips around the inland bays. There have even been a few keepers pulled at Bubble Gum beach. Nighttime is the best time to go for the keeper bass. Sand fleas for bait along the rock walls and you will hook up with some rockfish. Fleaing, as it’s called, is an easy way to catch striped bass. Just throw a handful of sand fleas in front of the rocks and cast your baited hook into the same area. It is like feeding pigeons. Some anglers will mash up the sand fleas and use that like chum to get the fish excited, Then they throw in hooks baited with sand fleas. No weights; just the flea on a hook. Summer striped bass slot season started July 1st, and will last until August 31st. You can keep striped bass or rockfish in the size range of twenty to twenty five inches. These are my favorite size to eat, they are all male fish so you are not hurting the population or eating a heavily polluted fish. This slot is only allowed in the Delaware River, the Bay
and its tributaries. There are some great places to fish for them from the north to the south. The Lewes Canal is a tributary from the Freeman Highway bridge to the Roosevelt Inlet; the Broadkill River is a tributary as well as Canary Creek in Lewes. There is always really good action in the Lewes Canal fishing structure and piers. Cape Henlopen State Park pier has some decent action for slots too. Up north the action in the tidal creeks and rivers is best at the bridges. The slot season does not apply to the inland bays or their tributaries; that includes the Indian River Inlet and the Lewes Canal from the bridge to Rehoboth Bay. Flounder action has been slow for keepers but heavy for shorts or throwbacks. Offshore action has gotten better at the reef and wreck sites around the Old Grounds and Del-Jersey Land Reef. Inshore action and back bays have been heavy with throwbacks and light with keepers. Offshore tuna action has been good for the boats that find the fish. Hire a charter today and do this on the weekdays. You will have less traffic out there to compete with you. The action at the Cape Henlopen Fishing pier has been decent if you put in the time and hit the right tide. Dave Beebe says, “There were a decent number of fish caught, including a huge croaker that must have gone 2 lbs. The spot and croaker bite has been very good at times but not a continuously steady all day deal. Seems like the spot are spread out along the outer half of the pier during the higher tides, but the croakers seem to be out at the end. Saw a mix of smaller fish, including snapper blues, pinfish, grunts and blowfish. Crabbing has been excellent and you can weed thru the cushion crabs and come up with a dozen keepers pretty easily. Flounder are still around and being caught on Gulp and/or minnows. “ Last weekend the winds were just too much at the beach, so I decided to check out the crab races at the Amvets in Long Neck. This was the 13th year they have done this and how I have missed this all these years is beyond me. But I am glad I went. Every year volunteers from the Amvets set up for the crab races. This is the most fun you will ever have playing with your food. Spectators can bet on each race, just like a horse race. Winners become dinner
Crab Races in Long Neck at the Amvets.
Ava Alexis from Orwigsburg PA caught her first kingfish and first fish. Photo courtesy one proud grandmother.
Loading crabs into the starting gates.
Spadefish caught in the surf by Vinnie Farrell. He was using Fishbites and sand fleas.
at the end of the day. Ten crabs are lined up in a holder at the top of the slanted track. When the judges count down to zero the crabs are dumped onto the track. The first crab to scurry off the end is the winner. This year number 10 was winning a lot. Different crabs are used for each race, so the same crab is never used twice. It was a great time and an excellent way to raise money for the Amvets while having a lot of fun.
Lookdown found on the beach at 3Rs. These Gulf tropicals show up every summer.
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Monster Truck Madness invades speedway By Dan Cook firstname.lastname@example.org Six monster trucks took to the dirt and clay of Georgetown Speedway for Monster Truck Madness July 6 and 7, including Bigfoot, the truck that started it all more than 40 years ago. A pre-event meet and greet started off the evenings, as fans were able to get autographs and pictures taken with the monster truck drivers and crews. “It’s not for money. We do it to put smiles on the faces of the people attending the event,” said Jeff Gottwald of Knoxville, Tenn., who owns and drives the monster truck The Illuminator. The Illuminator is his 2008 Ford F2350 with a 1,600 horsepower Chevy big block engine. He has no sponsors for his truck, so he has to foot the bill for repairs and parts. “We are sponsored by our bank account and our checkbook right now,” he said. “We have only been competing for four years. Some of the other teams who have been doing it for 10 or 20 years have sponsors. We’re not that lucky yet.” It’s a tall order for the young drivers; a tire alone can cost $1,300. The whole truck can cost $250,000, according Joseph Yatsko from Front Royal, Va., who drives and owns The Equalizer,
a 2012 Chevy Silverado. “We burn methanol alcohol,” said Yatsko, whose son Ritchie drives Hot Tamale. “The trucks have a 871 Blower and the engine can’t be larger than 578 cubic inches, and the trucks have to weigh at least 10,000 pounds.” The trucks’ bodies are fiberglass. “The promoters pay for some expenses for us to put on a show,” Gottwald said. “The better the show we put on, the more often we are called back, so that’s incentive to do better. We are out there to win.” The trucks jump cars and dirt berms, and speed down the dirt track in a drag race-type competition for time. There is also a freestyle competition where anything goes. Monster trucks compete under the auspices of the Monster Truck Racing Association, the official international organization that emphasizes training and safety, licensing and emergency preparedness to ensure the safety of both spectators and participants at all MTRA-sponsored events. For more information about the Monster Truck Racing Association, go to mtra.us. For more info on future events at the Georgetown Speedway, go to www.thegeorgetownspeedway. com.
DAN COOK PHOTOS
HOT TAMALE TAKES the high road over four cars and a dirt pile during a demonstration before the race event.
Darron Schnell from St. Louis drives Bigfoot, the truck that started the sport more than 40 years ago.
GAME SOLUTIONS FROM PAGE 24 CROSSWORD
Delaware’s Cape Region Forecast and Tides Today
A thunderstorm in spots
Sunny to partly cloudy
Some sun, a t‑storm in spots
Mostly sunny and very humid
Strong thunderstorms possible
Clearing, a t‑storm possible
High 78-82 UV Index: 11
78-82 / 64-68 UV Index: 11
82-86 / 69-73 UV Index: 11
82-86 / 68-72 UV Index: 11
84-88 / 69-73 UV Index: 11
84-88 / 68-72 UV Index: 11
87-91 / 70-74 UV Index: 9
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Delaware Cape Region Tides Broadkill Beach First high First low Second high Second low
Cape Henlopen First high First low Second high Second low
8:32 a.m. 2:23 a.m. 8:58 p.m. 2:20 p.m.
9:27 a.m. 3:17 a.m. 9:51 p.m. 3:14 p.m.
10:22 a.m. 4:10 a.m. 10:44 p.m. 4:09 p.m.
Rehoboth Beach First high First low Second high Second low
7:31 a.m. 1:34 a.m. 8:04 p.m. 1:31 p.m.
8:25 a.m. 2:27 a.m. 8:57 p.m. 2:25 p.m.
9:20 a.m. 3:19 a.m. 9:50 p.m. 3:19 p.m.
Indian River Inlet First high First low Second high Second low
8:22 a.m. 2:08 a.m. 9:02 p.m. 1:58 p.m.
9:18 a.m. 3:01 a.m. 9:55 p.m. 2:52 p.m.
10:13 a.m. 3:52 a.m. 10:47 p.m. 3:46 p.m.
Oak Orchard First high First low Second high Second low
10:22 a.m. 5:05 a.m. 10:55 p.m. 5:02 p.m.
11:16 a.m. 5:58 a.m. 11:48 p.m. 5:56 p.m.
12:11 p.m. 6:50 a.m. ‑‑‑ 6:50 p.m.
Fenwick Island First high First low Second high Second low
7:24 a.m. 1:33 a.m. 7:57 p.m. 1:30 p.m.
8:18 a.m. 2:26 a.m. 8:50 p.m. 2:24 p.m.
9:13 a.m. 3:18 a.m. 9:43 p.m. 3:18 p.m.
Ocean City First high First low Second high Second low
7:16 a.m. 1:26 a.m. 7:49 p.m. 1:23 p.m.
8:10 a.m. 2:19 a.m. 8:42 p.m. 2:17 p.m.
9:05 a.m. 3:11 a.m. 9:35 p.m. 3:11 p.m.
8:54 a.m. 3:13 a.m.
9:49 a.m. 4:07 a.m. 10:13 p.m. 4:04 p.m.
10:44 a.m. 5:00 a.m. 11:06 p.m. 4:59 p.m.
11:39 a.m. 5:52 a.m. 11:59 p.m. 5:54 p.m. Jul. 15
11:17 a.m. 5:02 a.m. 11:37 p.m. 5:04 p.m. Jul. 15
10:14 a.m. 4:10 a.m. 10:42 p.m. 4:14 p.m. Jul. 15
11:09 a.m. 4:43 a.m. 11:39 p.m. 4:41 p.m. Jul. 15
12:41 a.m. 7:41 a.m. 1:05 p.m. 7:45 p.m. Jul. 15
10:07 a.m. 4:09 a.m. 10:35 p.m. 4:13 p.m. Jul. 15
9:59 a.m. 4:02 a.m. 10:27 p.m. 4:06 p.m.
Boating Forecast Jul. 16
12:33 p.m. 6:44 a.m. ‑‑‑ 6:51 p.m. Jul. 16
12:11 p.m. 5:54 a.m. ‑‑‑ 6:01 p.m. Jul. 16
11:08 a.m. 5:02 a.m. 11:34 p.m. 5:10 p.m. Jul. 16
12:05 p.m. 5:35 a.m. ‑‑‑ 5:38 p.m. Jul. 16
1:33 a.m. 8:33 a.m. 1:59 p.m. 8:41 p.m. Jul. 16
11:01 a.m. 5:01 a.m. 11:27 p.m. 5:09 p.m. Jul. 16
10:53 a.m. 4:54 a.m. 11:19 p.m. 5:02 p.m.
12:52 a.m. 7:36 a.m. 1:29 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Jul. 17
12:30 a.m. 6:46 a.m. 1:07 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Jul. 17
12:03 p.m. 5:55 a.m. ‑‑‑ 6:09 p.m. Jul. 17
12:31 a.m. 6:27 a.m. 1:03 p.m. 6:38 p.m. Jul. 17
2:25 a.m. 9:26 a.m. 2:54 p.m. 9:40 p.m. Jul. 17
11:56 a.m. 5:54 a.m. ‑‑‑ 6:08 p.m. Jul. 17
11:48 a.m. 5:47 a.m. ‑‑‑ 6:01 p.m.
1:46 a.m. 8:29 a.m. 2:26 p.m. 8:51 p.m. Jul. 18
1:24 a.m. 7:39 a.m. 2:04 p.m. 8:01 p.m. Jul. 18
12:26 a.m. 6:48 a.m. 12:59 p.m. 7:10 p.m. Jul. 18
1:24 a.m. 7:21 a.m. 2:03 p.m. 7:43 p.m. Jul. 18
3:17 a.m. 10:19 a.m. 3:50 p.m. 10:41 p.m.
Today: Wind E 7‑14 knots. Seas 2‑4 feet. Visibility generally clear. Friday: Wind ENE 8‑16 knots. Seas 2‑4 feet. Visibility clear to the horizon. Saturday: Wind ESE 6‑12 knots. Seas 2‑4 feet. Visibility generally clear. Sunday: Wind S 7‑14 knots. Seas 2‑4 feet. Visibility less than 2 miles in a shower or thunderstorm. Monday: Wind SSE 7‑14 knots. Seas 1‑3 feet. Visibility generally clear. Tuesday: Wind S 7‑14 knots. Seas 2‑4 feet. Visibility may be less than 2 miles in strong thunderstorms. Wednesday: Wind SW 7‑14 knots. Seas 2‑4 feet. Visibility may be less than 2 miles in a thunderstorm.
Sunshine mixing with clouds and widely separated thunderstorms today. High 80. Partly cloudy tonight. Low 67. Sunny to partly cloudy tomorrow. High 80. Partly sunny Saturday. High 84. Clouds and sun Sunday with a shower or thunder‑ storm in the area. High 84. Monday: mostly sunny.
Lightning sparked 335 separate forest fires in the northern Rockies on July 12, 1940. Too often, western thunder‑ storms contain little or no rain, and the fires quickly spread.
Sun and Moon
12:19 a.m. 6:47 a.m. 12:52 p.m. 7:09 p.m. Jul. 18
12:11 a.m. 6:40 a.m. 12:44 p.m. 7:02 p.m.
Today Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed.
5:46 5:46 5:47 5:48 5:48 5:49 5:50
8:26 8:26 8:25 8:25 8:24 8:23 8:23
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Moonrise Moonset Today Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wed.
5:10 a.m. 6:17 a.m. 7:28 a.m. 8:41 a.m. 9:52 a.m. 11:01 a.m. 12:07 p.m.
8:07 p.m. 9:04 p.m. 9:54 p.m. 10:37 p.m. 11:14 p.m. 11:48 p.m. none
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