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84 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Jan. 28 - Jan. 31, 2005 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppin' Out Soulamite in spotlight at The Frogg Pond Feb. 28-29 By Jen Ellingsworth The Cape Region will get a dose of new music when the Philadelphia band Soulamite plays Friday and Saturday, Jan. 28-29, at the Frogg Pond in Rehoboth Beach. The band's frontman, Ben F_Mwards, plays bass and drums. He also handles lead vocals for the ensemble and does the band's graphic design on its website, www.benedwardstrio.com/Soula mite.htm. .With its roots planted fh-mly in jz, Soulamfi'te's original music is [blend of other styles. The result is a funky, infectious groove pop- ular among those who like to dance. Edwards is joined by vocalists Heather Henderson and PJ Brown. Henderson, a profession- al entertainer since age 7, has per- formed in many stage acts, includ- ing the Triple Threat Theater's performance of "Smokey Joe's Caf6." Her past performances also include stints in shows including "Sesame Street," "Double Dare" and the 1980s movie, "Mannequin On The Move." Brown may be better known locally as part of the Divas of One Love with her sister, China, and Kelly Boyle. For more information about the upcoming show at the Frogg Pond, call 227-2234. In other entertainment news ... Chicago-based husband and wife duo DUENOW will perform at Dogfish Head Saturday, Feb. 5. Described as "a crazy blend of country, punk and hip hop," the pair will revisit the Cape Region after making an appearance at the Dewey Beach Music Conference last fall. Read more about this act in next Friday's Cape Gazette. If all the ice and snow has you wishing for warmer weather, turn your attention to the pending Mardi Gras celebration at Sydney's Blues & Jz Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. The Barbone Street Jazz Band will return for its semiannual appearance at Sydney's with swinging Dixieland and other jazzy sounds of New Orleans. Call 227-1339 for more information and be sure to read upcoming issues of the Cape Gazette for tasty tidbits about this and other perfor- mances. DEWEY BEACH Booksandeoffee: Dickinson St., Ruddertowne. Saturday, Jan. 29 - John Pollard. For informa- tion, call 226-9959. The Lighthouse: Dickinson Street. Guest DJs on Fridays and Saturdays. Taco Toss featuring DJs Chris Mal and Oliver on Fridays. For information, call 227-3888. Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Friday, Feb. 4 - The Fabulous Greaseband; Saturday, Feb. 19 - Bartenders' Ball. For information, call 227-3888. DOVER Dover Downs Slots Garden Caf: Friday, Jan. 28 - Con-a- Stone; Saturday, Jan. 29 - Con-a- Stone; Friday, Feb. 4 - Starlights; Saturday, Feb. 5 - Linwood Battle Duo and Starlights; Friday, Feb. 11 - Midnight Motion; Saturday, Feb. 12 - Linwood Battle Duo and Midnight Motion; Friday, Feb. 18 - Tom Pizzi; Sunday, Feb. 20 - Linwood Battle and Tom Pizzi; Friday, Feb. 25 - On the Edge; Saturday, Feb. 26 - The Linwood Battle Duo and On The Edge. Route 113. For informa- tion, call 302-674-4600. Dover Downs Slots Lobby Bar: Route 113. Friday, Jan. 28 - Scott Reeves and Sol Knopf; Saturday, Jan. 29 - Sol Knopf; Friday, Feb. 5 - Scott Reeves and Eileen Stammas; Saturday, Feb. 5 - Scott Reeves, Yvonne Johnson; Friday, Feb: 11 - Scott Reeves and Sol Knopf; Saturday, Feb. ][ - SolKnopf; Saturday, Feb. 19 Scott Reeves and Eileen Stammas; Sunday, Feb. 20- Yvonne Johnson; Friday, Feb. 25 - Scott Reeves and Sol Knopf; Saturday, Feb. 26 - Sol Knopf. For information, call 302-674- 4600. LEWES Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Road. Karaoke on Fridays. Saturday, Jan. 29 - Nite Life; Saturday, Feb. 5 - The Funsters. For information, call 645-6888. Jakes: Route 1. Mondays, Football Team Trivia. Wednesdays, Dueling Pianos. Key West Fridays with Jimmy Bones. For information, call 644- 7711. Java Bytes Caf: Midway Shopping Center. Open mike night hosted by Imagine and Mickey Jenkins on Tuesdays. Singers, songwriters, writers, poets, photographers and artists welcome. For information, call 644-8287. La Rosa Negra: 1201 Philadelphia-based Soulamite has gigs slated Friday and Saturday, Jan. 28-29 at The Frogg Pond in Rehoboth Beach. Savannah Road. Jazz Imports on Saturdays. For information, call 645-1980. LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road: Karaoke, Thursdays. Live bands, Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, call 945-8900. Sand Bar: Long Neck Road. Tuesdays, Kings of Karaoke. Thursdays, lower case blues. Friday, Jan.. 28 - DJ Ray. For information, call 945-4001. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Famous Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Tuesdays - DJ Chris Mal. For information, call 227-1272. Blue Moon: 35 Baltimore Ave. Reopens Friday, Jan. 28. Soulful Sundays with DJ Tommy Walton. For information, call 227-6515. Caf6 So16:44 Baltimore Ave. Continued on page 86 Polarities exhibit to open Feb. 12 at Artists' Exchange Editor's note: This is the third of a four part series about the upcoming Artists' Exchange show. Part I featured artists Julie Baxendell, Laura Hickman and Tuve Tuvesson. Part H featured Michael Krausz, Aina Nergaard- Nammack, and Patricia Staby. By Mary Ann Benyo The Artists' Exchange will have a show featuring the newest work of their 11 members, with an opening reception to meet the artists Saturday, Feb. 12, from 4 to 7 p.m. Because of such a wide variety of work displayed, the show has been titled "Polarities." It will be divided in two galleries. The Coastal Frameshop and Gallery on Rt. 1 in Rehoboth will present abstract or non-representa- tional works by Constance Costigan, Michael Krausz, Marti Marino, Lee Mills, Peggy Sampogna and Tuve Tuvesson. Peninsula Gallery will host rep- resentational artists Julie Baxendell, Laura Hickman, Aina Nergaard-Nammack, Steve Rogers and Pat Staby. The Artists' Exchange is a group of diverse artists including a tex- tileartist, a metal artist, a sculptor and painters of various styles and media. The group formed five years ago to exchange ideas and critiques with each other at monthly meetings, and to promote high-quality original artwork. Continued on page 97 Q Submitted photos The work of Constance Costigan, left, and Steve Rogers will be exhibited at the Artists' Exchange.