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Dennis Forney photo Taggart exhibiting new works at Espuma Baltimore and Rehoboth Beach artist Cassie Taggart on June 6 opened an exhibition of new works at Espuma Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. The artist continues to provoke the minds of her viewers with works thatolve single and multiple characters interacting in their worlds in a variety of ways. Taggart's colorful, carefully executed and detailed oils in- vite the viewer to interact as well, and develop their own story lines. Many of the new works employ a combination of artificial and natural light sources which adds further to the inter- play of human and extra-human forces. "I have an idea of what is going on in these paintings but I don't tell people - I'd rather they have their own ideas," said Taggart. "I just keep floun- dering around, trying anything." Taggart said she often works from collages she puts togeth- er, as a starting point. This show includes a few small collages along with the larger oils. The artist is shown here during the opening reception with some of her works. JC Anderson performs a ballad at the Lighthouse. Anderson Continued from page 100 JC's goal is 'q'o become a well- known recording artist, and to have my music mean something to everyone who hears it and to be the best person that I can be." JC is working hard to achieve his dreams and hopes to soon put his first single song out in the music world. Due to unforeseen cir- cumstances, JC's performance with the Players Loop in the CAMP Courtyard, was canceled but he sends his regards and hopes to make his way back to Lewes for future performances. To contact JC, log onto jcander- sen.com, or email him at jc @jcan- dersen.com." CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 1B - June 1B, 2003 - 103 ....  54th Delmarva Chlchen 00Festival ?. returns to Dover June 20-21 When the 54th Delmarva Chicken Festival returns to Dover on June 20 and 21, a big green vis- itor will be among the guests. Scheduled to arrive at Delaware State University about 4 p.m., Fri- day, June 20, the Phillie Phanatic will roam the grounds greeting festival attendees. Measuring sev- en feet in height and weighing about 300 pounds - mostly fat - the Phanatic made his debut April 25, 1978. Despite being over- weight with clumsy feet, an extra long beak, curled up tongue and gawking neck, the Phanatic has become the beloved mascot for the Philadelphia Phillies. He en- tertains during each of the Phillies' 81 home games, begin- ning with a 20-minute pregame routine, followed by command performances at the bottom of the fifth and seventh innings. The Phanatic makes about 400 appearances a year in the Philadelphia area, across the Unit- ed States and around the world. In 2002, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame, the greatest honor a mascot can be bestowed. The cer- Need Door to Door Service? Too many in your group to take one car? 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Admission and park- ing are free. For more informa- tion, call 856-9037. ATLANTIC THEATERS Frl., June 13 - Thurs., June 19 The Movies at Midway Rt. One, Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach For movie times call 645-0200 DUMB AND DUMBERER (1:21) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 2:10 4:45 7:15 9:45 MATRIX RELOADED (2:19)(R) 4 Shows Daily - 1:00 3:50 6:40 9:30 DADDY DAY CARE (1:35) (PG) 4Shows Daily-1:20 3:45 6:40 8:50 X-MEN 2 (2:19) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 1:05 3:55 6:45 9:30 ITAUAN JOB (1:55) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily-1:55 4:15 7.t)0 9:25 HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE (1:56) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 2:00 4:35 7:05 9:35 RUG RATS GO WILD (1:21) (PG) 4 Shows Daily-1:30 3:30 6:25 8:30 FINDING NEMO (1:50) (G) 4Shows Daily-1:00 3:20 6:15 8:35 FINDING NEMO (1:50) (G) 4 Shows Daily- 1:35 4:05 6:45 9:05 THE INLAWS (1:38)(PG-13) 4 Shows Daily-1:25 4:00 6:50 9:10 BRUCE ALMIGHTY (1:43) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily- 1:10 3:35 6:35 9:00 BRUCE ALMIGHTY (1:43) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 1:45 4:20 7:20 9:40 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS (1:48) (PG-13) 4Shows Daily-1:40 4:05 6:30 9:10 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS (1:48) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 2:16 4:50 7:25 9:50 All shows subject to change. Movie passes on sale at the Box Office PARTY ROOM NOW AT MOV.S AT IIDWAY Parties, Conferences, Group Meetings, whatever the need FOR INFORMATION 645-I 135