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76 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 - MONDA' JANUARY 25, 2010 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Red HatterSto sponsor trip to New York said Bizy Be member Ruth deR- oberts. There will be four pick-up points beginning in Georgetown. There will be two drop-off points in New York City, at Times Square and the Metropol- itan Museum of Art. The $45 ticket is only for the transporta- tion to New York Some travelers plan to buy The Bizy Be's, one of the Red Hat Society's most active chap- ters in Sussex County, is offering a bus trip to New York City Wednesday, May 12, to Red Hat- ters and their guests. "It is not necessary to be a Red Hat Society member; however, everyone should expect a lot of fun on this bus trip, and gentle- men are definitely welcome," half-price thea dekets eat and then see a show.Others will go to the Metropolitafi Museum of Art. There  be several exhibi- tions on disphy, including Amer- ican Woman: Fashioninga Na- lional Identity. For more information, visit To sign up for the trip, contact deRoberts at 947-4533. The Perfect Gift for Those Special People In Your Life A gourmet dinner and luxurious couple's massage Di" "nne0000s* age Contact Chef Kris at 302.228.6125 or Give more your IRA anc ess le IRS. Movies Continued from page 75 with support from Sound FX of Lewes. The first movie of the regular series will be "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," showing Wednesday, Jan. 27, with a mati- nee Sunday, Jan. 31. On Wednes- day, there will be a Dinner and a Movie package at the Milton Theatre catered by the new V'm- tage Cafe. Call the theatre or check the website for further in- formation; reservations will be taken by the Milton Theatre. February movies celebrating Black History Month include "The Wiz," starring a young Michael Jackson; "Malcolm X," with a riveting performance by Denzel Washington; "The Color / Purple" with an all-star cast that includes Oprah Winfrey and Whoopie Goldberg; and the stunning Dr. Martin Luther King documentary, "Eyes on the Prize." Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for children age 12 and under. For more information, sponsor- ship opportunities and the latest news and movie schedules from the historic Milton Theatre, go to or call 684- 3400,1l a.m. to 3 p.m. Continued from page 74 born after the apocalypse, but maintains the demeanor of a girl plucked from any modem-day shopping mall. Twin brothers Albert and Allen Hughes do their best to re- store the promise they demon- strated so early in their career with "Menace II Society" and "Dead Presidents," including a climactic gun battle in which the camera spins in and out of a house on the tail of ammunition fn:ed from both sides. If they can select a script that is as charged as their vision, the potential is boundless. But even they cannot prop up a pulpit high enough for "Eli's" final sermon, which is not only implausible, but unintentionally hysterical. It attempts to yank the carpet from under us, but only leaves an irritating sense of rug burn : I less generous 1o tl IRS this year. Open an I1 with l)iseo Bank b April 15 and you could earn tax benefits on your reliremen t savings? We  great ram on traditional or Rolh IRAs w/th flexible terms from 3 months Io 5 years and a I $500 minimum dqx)sit, It's an marl way we've helped our Sussex Counly neighbors grow ltr money for over 95 years. Call or slop in today.  EMarkSt, , D 19950 I"-302-349,4512 a, 1-888-765-6654 i Mheovxlnk,eom DISCOVER' m ynt eaeo tw f.k, M,, t:c: IMOIlO