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FRIDAY. MARCH 2 - MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2013 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Reservations due by March 6 Rehoboth Beach Film Soci- ety's Cinema Cabaret, a series combining free dining and first- rare films, returns in a new loca- tion, Irish Eyes in Lewes. The Friday, March 9 event features "Julie & Julia," starring Meryl Streep, the most Oscar-nominat- ed actor in history, as Julia Child, one of the most acclaimed televi- sion chefs of all time. Audiences will partake in a de- licious, three'course meal in- spired by Child, who introduced French cooking to America. Serving begins at 6 p.m., and the film screening begins after desserts are served. "Few movies are as delightful as 'Julie & Julia,'" proclaims Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle. This humorous and uplifting biography tells not one, but two true stories of two ex- traordinary women. The film Entertainment: Friday Night - The Fabulous Nick Wayne 6-9pm Sunday Night 5:30 to 8:30pm The Wonderful Sol Knopf [~I~VL ST~~EEP STARS in "Julie and Julia." SUBMITTED PHOTO adapts and combines Julia Child's memoir, "My Life in France" with "Julie & Julia," Julie Powell's record of her self-im- | posed challenge to cook all 524 recipes in Child's "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" in one year while charting the process in an online biog. Although the two women never met, their lives are intertwined in the film. Both women are searching for purpose in their lives, craving to do something worthwhile. Ob- stacles such as language barriers, chauvinism and terrifying live lobsters cannot deter either woman. Ukimately, each discov- ers that with the right combina- tion of passion, fearlessness and butter, anything is possible. A French menu will be served, starting with a cup of French onion soup. The entr6e choices are chicken Cordon Bleu with Brie cream sauce or striped pe- gasus (fish filet) with sauce. Both are served with butternut squash and spinach casserole topped with creme fraiche. Dinner con- cludes with a dessert of poached pear in riesling dessert wine drizzled with chocolate ganache. Seating is required by 6 p.m. to avoid film disruption. Irish Eyes is at 213 Anglers Road in Lewes. Admission to Cinema Cabaret is $34 (nonre- fundable) and includes film, three-course meal with coffee or soda, and dinner gratuity. Alco- holic beverages are not included. Reservations must be purchased by noon, Tuesday, March 6. For the Arts, a state agency dedicat- reservations, call the film society ed to nurturing and supporting at 302-645-9095, Ext. 1, or go to the arts in Delaware, in parmer- Have entree ship with the National Endow- selection ready when making ment for the Arts. For more in- reservations; formation on this series, other The Rehoboth Beach Film So- events, or to become a member, ciety is funded, in part, by a grant go to or call from the Delaware Division of 302-645-9095. Italian Restaurant & Bakery ,r ! Italian 3/[ondav Menu Served 11-1:30 1201 Savannah Road, Lewes, DE (302) 645-1980 Gallery One to open Games People Play show March 8 'Gallery One in Ocean viewenthralled child intently looking has announced its new rhemed at and interacting with her doll show, Games People Play, which while other toys are left scat- will open Thursday, March 8, tered around her. This colorful and run through Monday, March watercolor shows an active use 26. of hues, yet there is a quiet space Games can stimulate the brain of delicate color in the child's to imagine, problem solve and face and doll. interact. The artists of Gallery "Jacks," a favorite childhood One each responded to thisgame for Jeanne Mueller, has be- with their own personal come a special activi to share experiences, with her granddaughter. In her Some of the artists have gravi- pastel, Mueller has created a still to images of their grand- life of the relationship of angular children. In "I Choose Barbie," pieces to the curves of a ball and Lesley McCaskill has painted an Continued on page 77 '1 CHOOSE BARITE~' by Lesley McCaskill SUBMITTED PHOTOS FRIDAY IS PRIME RIB NIGHT Queen - $19.95 King - $24.95, PLUS t Prloe (Full Dinner Menu Ava/lable, Too!) GET YOUR BRUNCH Amazing Bu{{et, Fabulous Fresh [0 HAVE YOUR CAKE and EAT