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58 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, April 4. April 10, 1997 Cape May Jazz Festival gets underway April 11 A gready expanded Cape May Jazz Festival will take place April 11-13, and will offer 16 perfor- Paquito D'Rivera and his Latin Jazz quintet will be one of the headliners at the Cape May Jazz Festival April 11-13. Black Arts Festival at liD during April and May "A Bridge to the 21st Century: An African-American Perspective on the Year 2000 and Beyond," will be the theme of the 1997 Black Arts Festival at the Univer- sity of Delaware. The festival, sponsored by the University's Center for Black Culture, will fea- ture a variety of events on the Newark campus during April and May. The festival opens Saturday, April 19 with the 16th annual lun- cheon at noon in the Trabant Uni- versity Center with guest speaker Na'im Akbar, preeminent African-American psychologist. Other events include the Richard Wilson National Pan Hel- lenic Council Greek Step Show, free lectures, the annual Gospelra- ma Concert, and the annual Black Arts Festival Variety Show. For information, call (302) 831-2991. mance events for the weekend and will showcase six headline acts. Featured in this year's festival will be sax player Houston Person with vocalist Etta Jones; singer- songwriter Oscar Brown, Jr.; trombonist Slide Hampton with saxophonist Denis DiBlasio; the Paquita D'Rivera Latin Jazz Quintet; organist Joey De- Francesco and vocalist Barbara Walker. A late addition to the festival lineup is singer Jeanie Bryson - a top headliner at two previous Cape May festivals. Bryson has announced that she will join the Coleman Mellett Trio for a Saturday-night performance. On Friday and Saturday nights of the festival, shuttle buses on a continuous loop will allow festi- val-goers to move along the Cape May beachfront night spots that are the venues for the event. There will be five venues on Friday night and nine on Saturday night. In addition to the headliners, other featured acts and musicians include the seven-piece Last Chance Dixieland Band; vocalists Juanita Williams and Ursula Ricks; saxophonist Tim Eyer- mann; trumpeter/drummer Ralph Peterson; trumpeter Clifford Bug- gs; guitarists Paul Bollenbeck, Coleman Mellett and Steve Green, and keyboardist Fred Hughes and Robin Van Duzee. Participating venues are The Grand Hotel; The Marquis de Lafayette Hotel; Carney's; The Rusty Nail; Katie O'Brien's; The Atlas Motor Inn; and The Prome- 207 Rehoboth Avenue 227-1986 Rehoboth Beach Great Margaritas! Fine Mexican Fare! Happy Hour Nightly 5-7 p.m. 1/2 PRICE FAJITA NIGHT Every Wednes, Open 7 Days Dinner Served 5-I0 p.m. Lunch Served Noon to 5 p.m. Sat. & Sun. nade Restaurant, all located on Beach Drive. Tickets are $55 for a 16-event weekend pass; $70.75 for a 16- event weekend pass including jazz lunch; $25 for a 6-event Friday night pass and $25 for a 9-event Saturday night pass. For two Saturday afternoon jam sessions at Carney's from 1-4 p.m., the cost is $15. The Sunday jazz lunch from 1-4 p.m. at the Grand Hotel penthouse ballroom is $30.75. Reservations and payment are required by April I0 by calling (609) 884-7277, and a Sunday af- ternoon jam session at the Rusty Nail from 1-4 p.m. featuring local musicians is $15. For ticket reservations, call (609) 884-7277, or send a check to Cape May Jazz Festival, Box 2065. Cape May, NJ 08204. 00.Lamp Post give you a meal for the price of a sandwich and your Soup & Coffee are MONDAY REUBENS Have a Reuben Sandwich for the regular price of $4.95 and your soup and coffee are free. TUESDAY IS SALAD DAY Order any of our Salads for the regular prices from $4.95 and your soup and coffee are free. WEDNESDAY BURGERS Enjoy any of our Burgers from $3.95 and your soup and coffee are free. THURSDAY IS STEAMSHIP DAY Our Steamship Sandwiches for regular prices from $4.95 and your soup and coffee are free. FRIDAY SET SAILS Set Sail, our famous crabcake sandwich, for the regular price, $6.50 and soup and coffee are free. A Local Favorite Since 1962 Open Daily 7 a.m. Brrakf . lunch Dinner RI. 1 at RI. 24 Rehoboth * (302) 645-9132 Thanks To All Who Participatod... The Cape Gazette recently completed its winter promotion called Readers Rise To Be Leaders. .IL Thanks to all of you who participated and sent us the names of potential Cape Gazette ,o an o, Cape Hoboken toa0000rs and schools that created and submitted essays and advertisements. A drawing U, arltm00 was held from among the subscribers' responses for valuable coupons offered in conjunction with Carlton's in Rehoboth Beach and Atlantic Theatres. Certificates and coupons for the prizes will be mailed to the All winners. Winners of two 50 percent off coupons from Carlton's , (applicable to selected items) are Carolyn Wright, Mrs. K.H. ....//- Goetchius, and Joan Knapp. Winners of two passes to Atlantic enjo Theaters' Midway Palace and RehbthMall Cinema are Russell Harner, Wayne & Mary Lou Warren, and Marilyn Doney. PE