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FRIDAY, APRIL 6 - MONDAY. APRIL 9. 2012 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette Music test Continued from page 87 f01k instruments, including viola, banjo, mandolin and pump or- gall. Other Delaware Music Festi- val bands include The Bullbuck- ers of Wilmington, Lennon UK of Newark, DJ EA of Wilming- ton, and local favorites Love Seed Mama Jump of Dewey Beach. The Popfest lineup includes bands from across the country, including Justin Kalk Orchestra of Nashville, Tenn., Morning Fuzz of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Delaware native Rory Sullivan. 'As for Popfest, we have Love- bettie back, who was a huge hit at the Music Conference in Sep- tember," Walls said. Lovebettie of'Pittsburgh, Pa., released The Red Door EP in 2011. According to its website, the band has three U.S. tours scheduled for 2012. Another band, Ducky Duke and the Vintage of Harrisburg, Pa., will make its first appear- ance in Dewey Beach at Popfest. "Ducky was on the show The Voice, who the judges did not turn around for, but regretted they did not," said Walls. "Car- son Daly was such a fan he brought Ducky back to DA. and is featuring him on his late night show." Walls said she hopes the nice weather holds out, but in previ- ous years no ofie seemed to mind cold weather and rain. "We have a tent and heaters just in case," she said. "It doesn't seem to stop the crowds regard- less." Walls said most people are just glad music is back in Dewey Beach. For a full schedule and band lineup go to-deweybeach- fest.com. Alexandra Naples, frontwoman of Lovebettie, performs at the Rusty Rud- der in Dewey Beach. Ill Cape Gazette's guide to the best Cape Region dining places. Over 50,000 distributed in the Cape Region this summer. For Advertising Information II or email AdSales@capegazette.com Westenhoeffer, Champlin, Fure highlight CAMP Weekend April 12-15 Between CAMP Rehoboth's new online reservations system and nonstop phone calls, it's clear that the April 12 to 15 CAMP Rehoboth Women's FEST will be the biggest ever. Tickets for the premier events at the Rehoboth Beach Conven- tion Center and CAMP Re- hoboth are still available, and there will be a ton of things to do around town the entire weekend. CAMP Rehoboth presents comic Suzanne Westenhoeffer at 8 p.m., Friday, April 13, at the con- vention center. Fearless, bold, unforgettable and hilarious, Westenhoeffer has appeared on HBO, Letterman, Bravo and Continued on page 89 SuzanneWestenhoeffer Italian Restaurant & Bakery 0 RECEPTION BUFFET (Fresh fruit, Homemade Scones, Muffins & Assorted Pastries) CHOICE OF ENTREE Braised Pork with Sweet Potato Gnocchis & Apricot demi Marsala & Orange Glazed Ham Red Wine Demi Tenderloin with Roasted Potatoes & Grilled Asparagus . Pork Porchetta w/Panchetta Risotto, Saut( ed Spinach & Pork jus Smoked Salmon Benedict, Local poached eggs, Hollandaise & Roasted Tomato & Spring Salad Rabbit Ragu with Pappardelle Pasta & Herb MarscapOne Pasta Primavera with Goat Cream Cheese& Spring Vegetable / our... $8 Italian Lunch Buffet Mon-Fri (Changes Weekly) $6 12" Cheese Pizza $9 16" Cheese Pizza $5 Small & $10 Large Bolis & Zones $1 Cupcakes All April Long