Arts & Entertainment
This Saturday, July 30, the Historic Lewes Farmers Market will feature Cape Gazette Food Editor Denise Clemons and the Bennett family from Bennett Orchards. The market will open at the Historical Society Complex at the corner of Third and Shipcarpenter streets, running from 8 a.m. to noon.
At the Artful Bean, where 17-year-old Shauna Kaufman had worked part-time for a couple of years, she had been known to customers as “the happy one.” The coffee shop’s owner, Kim Doughty-Cavagnaro, added that Shauna “was always in a good mood,” “was a super-fast learner and so responsible,” and they loved to talk together about art and which art school she might attend after graduating from Sussex Central High School.
Unite Sussex, a non-profit organization formed to help bring aid to the community through volunteerism and collaboration, and headed by the Rev. Kim Tephabock of Dagsboro Church of God, recently created a free youth camp for children in Frankford and the surrounding areas.
Due to impending inclement weather, Friday night’s performance of The Kitchen Sink: Music & Dance with Attack Theatre at the Freeman Stage at Bayside will be moved to The Dunes Room at DiFebo’s Bistro on the Green at Bear Trap Dunes, which is located at 7 Clubhouse Drive in Ocean View. Seating will be provided and is limited.
Denise Jackson, manager of Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore in Georgetown, knew in advance that this month’s regular Unity meeting would be special.
A new act is coming to town June 20-26 at the Dickens Parlour Theatre in Millville. World-renowned magician Eric Buss will perform nightly at 7 p.m., entertaining audiences with pogo sticks, frozen turkeys and numerous other unconventional props.
The Town of Selbyville is turning back the clocks, once again, for the 55th Annual Old Timer’s Day, set for this Saturday, June 18, along Church Street in downtown Selbyville, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. The tradition has grown to become one of the most anticipated summertime events in the area, highlighted by the classic car and truck show.
Technology is everywhere, and it can provide seemingly infinite data. But what happens when it collects too much information on the people it is supposed to help?
In 1981, when former Bethany Beach Postmaster Jack Powell came home with a 1975 dark brown convertible Corvette, his wife, Sandy, exclaimed, “What have you done now?” But she couldn’t really complain, because she had her own Nissan 280ZX.
The Roxana Volunteer Fire Company has a shiny new apparatus on the way, but Tower 90 is no toy.
“Charlie’s is our favorite place to be on a Friday or Saturday night,” said Norma Sevick from Clarksville. “The food is great, the prices are reasonable, the music is awesome and they treat you well. Charlie and Laura are good people, no doubt about it.”
“‘Keep the focus on me — it’s just soup.’” That was what Dale Dunning, in a voice she attributes to the Holy Spirit, heard more than 10 years ago. She and one of her sons were trying to figure out a name for her new soup-kitchen ministry. With a background of the white walls of her home, in a vision, and with the thought of keeping focus on the Holy Spirit, the name spread across the walls, spelled in its own unique way… It’s “Jusst Sooup.”
Who says there’s nothing to do in the winter at the beach? You can eat chocolate!
The 21st annual Rehoboth Beach Chocolate Festival will be held at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center on Saturday, March 5, starting at 11:30 a.m. Tastings will continue until 3:30 p.m. or until the chocolate runs out.
While you may have missed some of the classes included in the Delaware Seashore State Park’s October 2010 to April 2011 program, many will be repeated in March and April, and new ones, fit for the spring season, are already on the schedule.
In last week’s article, Matt Haley talked about sponsoring two sisters through Himalayan Children Charities (HCC) and of his instant love for Leela and Laxmi when he first met them at Katmandu airport. Yet, he said, he was wary of pushing their relationship.
The Indian River High School Band Boosters will hold their 3rd Annual Longaberger/Vera Bradley/Cash Bingo on Friday, April 8, at the Millville Fire Hall, located at 35554 Atlantic Avenue in Millville. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m.
Gallery One artists will present their interpretation of “Celebrate the Square” as their theme for the month of March. The challenge is to create a painting that explores using a square either as its shape, within the painting, a subject as it pertains to society or perhaps using the word square – the possibilities are numerous.
A 5K run, 1-mile walk and kids’ fun run are scheduled for Sunday, April 17, in the Assawoman Wildlife Refuge and Camp Barnes to promote the summer camp offered at Camp Barnes.
“It was an ordinary morning until…”
Participants fill in the blank after a prompt, such as the one above, at the weekly “Free Write!” sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Writer’s Guild and held each Friday at the Super G in Millville, in the upstairs conference room. Participants are welcome to bring their laptops or pen and paper to participate in the exercise.
Eight local fire and police departments recognized the dedication and courage that their members possess and execute each and every day when the 2011 Joshua M. Freeman Valor Awards were presented to police officers and firefighters this past Friday, Feb. 11, at DiFebo’s Bistro on the Green at Bear Trap Dunes.