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72. CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, January 16- January 22,1998 Flower and Garden Show set in Virginia Beach The 1998 Virginia Flower and Garden Show will be held Friday through Sunday, Jan. 23-25, in the Virginia Beach, Va. Pavilion Con- vention Center. For those planning to attend the show, special room rates of $35.99 are available at Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort, Holiday Inn Oceanside and Holiday Inn Surf- side hotels. For reservations, call 1-800-94-BEACH or 757-428- 1711 and ask for the garden show rate. For group tours, call 1-800- 528-8687. The event will feature speaker Steve Dobbs, host of the regional PBS program "Oklahoma Garden- ing," who will present three semi- nars over the weekend. Dobbs wrote and produced the show, se- lected as America's best TV gar- dening show for 1992 by the Gar- den Writers Association of Amer- ica. The standard $6 garden show admission will include a $5 ticket discount to the Virginia Musical Theater's production of "Hello Dolly," staged at the Pavilion Theater, and admission to the Vir- ginia Marine Science Museum at a discounted rate of $5. Admis- sion to both the garden show and the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, located next to the Pavil- ion, are $7. Show times are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Friday, Jan. 23; 10 a.m. tq 8 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 2; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 25. For information call 1- 757-853-0057. Dover Downs posts 'Super Bowl Sweep' win Dover Downs Slots played La- dy Luck to numerous patrons in the past two months by awarding more than $75,000 in prizes and cash. Bob Shlan of Felton was the' winner of the Dover Downs Slots Super Bowl Sweep, a $5,000 trip to the Super Bowl in San Diego. The prize package includes air- fare, hotel, spending money and two tickets to the game. Robert W. Pollard of Ridgely, Md., won a new 1998 Eddie Bauer-edition Ford Expedition. Pollard won the sports utility vehicle in a drawing of entries at Dover Downs Slots. Dover Downs also gave away several cash prizes, ranging from a $2,500 prize to 20 $250 prizes. One of the $250 prize winners was Leonard Alberts of Lewes, whose wife, Marjorie, won a car and a truck from Dover Downs Slots in November. PBS program set on African-Americans instate "Freedom's Edge: African- Americans in Delaware," a history of African-Americans in the state, will be broadcast on Sunday, Feb. 1, at 3 p,m., on WHYY-TV 12. The program chronicles the ar- rival of the first enslaved African- Americans in 1639 to the legacy of the 1800s when Delaware had more free African-Americans liv- ing within its borders than any other state. Featured in the program is the vocal styling of Valerie Petty Boyer, historical interpretations ,,'from Thomas Colgan and actors from the Ebony Moments Theater  DIEI! 'r 3s! 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Monday The following movies are now playing in the resort area: Hard Rain - Christian Slater is pitted against hard-core bad guy Morgan Freeman in a soggy battle for millions of dollars, which Slater's character cleverly con- ceals in a cemetery. Rated R. Half-Baked - The tide says it all. A comedy featuring half- baked characters and an equally half-baked plot, the movie may have a shelf life less than its on- screen contemporaries. Rated R. Fallen - What if a simple touch could transfer a killer in- stinct? That's what happens in this movie, which stars Denzel Washington ("The Pelican Brief") and Robert DiNiro. Rated R. Amistad - The controversial drama about an 1839 mutiny aboard a Spanish slave ship, "Amistad" is directed by Steven Spielberg. The movie stars Mor- gan Freeman, Matthew Mc- Conaughey, Anthony Hopkins, Nigel Hawthorne and newcomer Djimon Hounsou (in his first American picture, he's already the source of an Oscar buzz). To make it even more interesting, Spielberg shot some of the film's footage in Delaware, Rated R. Wag the Dog - Caught in a sticky situation only days before the election, the president doesn't have high hopes of spending an- other term in office. That's before one of his advisors, played by Robert DeNiro, contacts Holly- wood producer (Dustin Hoffman) and produces a fictitious war in Albania that the president brings to an heroic ending. Rated R. Good Will Hunting - The most gifted person at MIT is jani- tor Will Hunting, played by Matt Damon. With the help of two Strangers, a nutty professor (Robin Williams) and a med student (Minnie Driver), he has aspira- tions of greatness. In Order to achieve his dreams, he's forced to turn his back on his best friend and his neighborhood. Rated R. Fire Storm - Canadian actor Barry Pepper heads the lineup of this action-packed, big-budget feature from Twentieth Century Fox about two forest fires that col- lide to create one ferocious storm. The film also stars Howie Long ("Broken Arrow"), Suzy Amis ("The Usual Suspects"), Scott Glenn ("Courage Under Fire") and William Forsythe ("The Rock"). Rated R. As Good As It Gets - As an obsessive-compulsive writer, a single mother/waitress and a gay artist, Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt and Greg Kinnear, respectively, form an unlikely friendship. The three find their lives turned topsy- turvy because of a freak accident that leaves Nicholson's character with temporary custody of Kinn- ear's beloved pooch. In only the second week of its release, the coO00oL Khaki - adjustable - stitched colorful logo - soft profile Order A Subscription, Get A Free Hatl 5end us your check for a new, one year's subscription to the Cape Qazette and we'll send you one of ou coveted hats. Current subscribers may purchase hats for $5. Available to general public for $10. Want A Sub & A Free flat! I | 'v " I e enclosed a check for $25 .(,in Sussex) or $40 (out of Sussex) : or $30 (in & out) for a one year s subscription. Send my hat and new subscription to: I I I'iAHE: I ADDRESS: I I J .  J I Make check payable to'Cape Gazette and mail to | L .... Cape Gazette, P.O. Box 213. Lewes. DE 19958 amm    n     nm mm n imm i ml n m   mJ This offer not 90o3 with any other discounts or specials. New suOscl'iOtions only. film is being revered as Nichol- son's funniest role in years. Rated PG-13. Scream 2 - Directed by "Scream" maestro Wes Craven, this scintillating thriller stars Courteney Cox, Neve Campbell, Jada Pinkett, and David Arquette, while Drew Barrymore returns for another round of phone tag. This time, the movie even features (gasp!) a Tori Spelling cameo. Rated R. Titanic: If the movie's trail- ers are a correct indication, the most costly motion picture ever made will, indeed, go overboard with its breathtaking visual and sound effects. "Titanic" stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Rated PG- 13. Tomorrow Never Dies: For those who never get sick of Pierce Brosnan, straight-up martinis and scantily clad women toting heavy artillery, there is the latest action- packed James Bond movie wait- ing for you. Rated PG:13. Mouse Hunt: Imagine "Home Alone," only starring a furry little rodent. Tony award- winning actor Nathan Lane and wacky sidekick, British comedian Lee Evans, star in "Mouse Hunt." Christopher Walken is also fea- tured. Rated PG. ATLANTIC THEATERS Midway Palace Theatre Midway Shopping Center, Route One. 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