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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 19 - March 25 t 2004- 99 CiB benefit to :showcase best of Delaware By Jen Ellingsworth More than 60 bands on six stages will be featured at the Rusty Rudder complex, Friday and Saturday, April 16-17. The event is a benefit for Center for the Inland Bays (CIB) programs. Last year's festival netted ap- proximately $2,500 for habitat protection projects, including work at the James Farm Ecologi- cal Preserve. CIB Habitat Coordinator Eric H. Buehl said the center is pleased to again join forces with Highway One, which owns the Rusty Rud- der complex. Acts that have committed for performances at the festival, to date, include the following: Regi- na AaMacha, Abbys Cage, Ab- straxt, American Popsicle, Apex Watson, Backlash, Burning Thou- 'sands, Chemical Dependency, Cole Younger Band, Melissa Cox, Daughter Darling, Deadlyne, Dia- tribe, Tom Easter, Element 5, The Elisza Letters, Engine No. 9, Chris English, Good Question, Gypsy SuUivan, Halflink, Hard To Come By, Irratic, J Paris, Steve Ketterer, The Knobs, Kristen & The Noise, Lowdmouth Soup, Lower Case Blues, Lunchboxx, Nancy Micciulla, Mind Control, Multiple Personalities, My Wig Is On, No Vacancy, Omnisoul, Pet- land, Pivot, John Pollard, The Queue, Red Number 40, Rich & Doc, Sauerwine, Lisa Scott & the Melting Pot, Matt Sevier, So's Your Mom, Stygien Veil, Super- tonics, Thensome, Crabmeat Thompson, Trail of Temper, Tony Travalini, Twin Alarms, vinyl shockley, What's Eating Annie? and Brene Wilson. Education is a vital part of CIB programs, said Buehl. The em- phasis is on educating people by a newsletter, weekly radio show, special events and its Indian River School District student education program at the James Farm, in Lamed 00;ho Some 30.paintings by Delaware native David Lamed are currently on view at the Biggs Museum of American Art, a neighborhood museum and national treas- ure in Dover. The exhibition, David Lamed: Recent Works, which recre- ates a part of the artist's stu- dio, will close March 28. LARNED There is no cost to view the exhibit. The remarkable landscapes and portraits reveal a painstaking painterly approach to their sub- jects and will not be seen together again. All from private collec- tions, the works exhibit Larned's trademark realism, developed both from years of formal study at the Pennsylvania Academy of v c oses March 28 at Fine Arts and the Florence Acade- my in Italy, and from Larned's ap- proach to the use of an object's beauty in light. The exhibition is divided into four sections: landscape, self-por- traits, commissioned porlraits and portraits of the artists' models. Lamed's commissioned portraits include that of former Gov. Pierre S. du Pont IV and images of Wilmington business executive Dan Butler and educator Dr. Ellis Wasson. To enhance its growing perma- nent collection and to expand rep- resentation of artists in the region, the museum is accepting dona- tions to acquire Larned's "Self- Portrait as Portrait Painter" (2003). For more information on how to make a tax-deductible contribution, visit the exhibition or call the museum at 302-674- 2111. Checks can be mailed to the Biggs Museum of American Art at St:oDeg Lor00er00 Fish & fine spirits Thursday: Lobster Special & 1/2 priced bottles of Wine Friday: "Half-Price Ale Battered Fish & Chips Dinner" Sunday "All. Fresh Fish Entrees Half-Price" 0pen at 5:00 pm Thursday throush Sunday 208 Second Street Rehoboth Beach 302 - 227 - 2664 www.stoneylonen.com which more than 1,000 students participate each year. With financial asintanee from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Delaware Divi- sion of Natural Resources and En- vironmental Control, CIB has provided $1 million in funding for various research projects to stu- dent different activities and processes in the bays in an effort to develop scientific information to help with the understanding of the bays. CIB also works with municipal officials and local legislators to increase awareness and provide scientific data and analysis to pro- mote the development of sound public policy. For more information about the Third Annual Delaware Music Festival, call 227-3888 or visit www.deweybeachfest.com/demu- sicfest. Biggs Museum P.O. Box 711, Dover DE 19903. The Biggs Museum permanent- ly showcases works by such na- tionally renowned artists such as Gilbert Stuart, Thomas Cole, Al- bert Bierstadt, Childe Hassan and members of the Peale family. OMNISOUL Open for our 1- l No Reservations Taken 52 13al$irnore Ave. www.ifluanaorill.com 6 227-O94& XCalibur Satur#ay, March 19tll ........ 1 fl [- I .... , ........ IHli[I@II00IIilIliI/H - .... q lllinllliiillIl[[ r F , I ]tlllll Ilil' 1 If'It' Ill 00[i1111I - ll[]l00il[il' 1