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98 FRIDAY, JUNE19 - MONDAY, JUNE 22, 2009 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Cape Gazette St. Peter's Art Show set July 4, reception July 3. St. Peter's Episcopal Church Women will present their 43rd Annual Art Show from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, July 4, on St. Pe- ter's Square at Second and Mar- ket streets in Lewes. This annual event, featuring 140 fine artists and artisans from the Mid-At- lantic region and beyond, and raises money for local charities through booth rentals, a lunch- eon, a silent auction and an art raffle. This year's raffle offerings come from St. Peter's most popu- lar exhibitors, featuring the tal- ents of photographer Kevin Fleming, fiber artist Betsey Von- Dreele and jeweler Anna Biggs. Fleming is donating a Delaware "photo safari" and a framed im- age from the experience, valued at $600. VonDreele is donating an original textile/mixed-media collage titled "On Guard at Gor- don Pond," which is approxi- mately 16-by-21-inches framed and valued at $600. Biggs is do- nating a Canterbury Bell bracelet of sterling silver and freshwater pearls, valued at $298, as well as a $50 gift certificate. Raffle tick- ets are $2 each or six for $10. There are separate drawings at 2 p.m. for each item, allowing donors to choose the item they wish to win. Tickets may be pur- chased at the church office or at the show. St. Peter's famous turkey salad croissants and hot dogs are sold in the parish hall from 11 am:to 2 p.m. Wilmington Trust Bank also sponsors a silent auction outside Continued on page 99 Pelham Continued from page 97 quick to dismiss their leader af- ter following his orders without question?) and enjoy the frenetic ride when it does stay on track. But every time the camera gets stationary for a millisecond on Washington's calm-in-the- storm's-center, I could not help but yearn for a hint of even the actor's lesser films (like the strikingly similar but inf'mitely more engaging "Inside Man") and want more than Scott is ca- pable of delivering as a director. Had he not been behind the con- trois, and had this remake been cast with lesser-known dramatic leads, "Pelham" may have coast- ed through its rough patches on its adrenaline and audacity alone. As is, "Pelham" will provide viewers with a couple hours of low-rent escapism, but those searching for a weighty disserta- tion on corporate greed, clas- sism, or any other of the subjects it flirts with, you may want to catch the next summer cinemat- ic train. 7 half full DE hand-stretched pizza hand-selected wine & beer check out our new summer pizza menu & wines by the glass 113 market st, lewes 302.645.8877 mon-thu 4-1 lp, fri & sat 4-12a half full \\;h" full\\; adj. eternal optimism constant state of positive thought SUBMITTED PHOTOS VISITORS AND LOCALS ALIKE have flocked to St. Peter's Art Show for over 40 years on the first Saturday of July. 00ndle e. . glow WE'RE OPEN! KINDLE IS NOW 111 RESTAURANT LOCATED AT BANK ST. (FORMERLY BOOKS BY THE BAY CAFE) IN DOWNTOWN LEWES SERVING DINNER MON-SAT AT 5PM Q reservations 302.645.7887 email us at and be the first to get Kindle news