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148 - CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, September 1 - Monday, September 4, 2006 Jamie O'Neal to perform at Dover Downs Sept. 14 Grammy-n0minated star excited to share songs Grammy nominated country music star Jamie O'Neal will be performing at the Dover Downs Hotel & Casino in Dover at 8 p.m., Sept. 14. Tickets are can be purchased by calling 1-800-711- 5882. "My number one love is per- forming," said O'Neal, "to be on stage and have that one-to-one interaction with the audience and have them say, 'that's exactly how I feel' - there's nothing more sat- isfying." O'Neal first burst onto the country music scene in 2001 with the No. 1 hit "There Is No Arizona," and followed that up with another No. 1 single, "When I Think About Angels." O'Neal took a short break from the road in 2003 to have her baby, Aliyah, but continued to write songs, including the hit "How Far," recorded by Martina McBride. Knowing that she would once again pursue her singing career, she kept most of the new songs for her next studio album. During this time Jamie changed record labels and began work on a new studio album for Capitol Records Nashville. "Brave," O'Neal's current album shows exactly why one critic described her as a "Ferrari of a voice." O'Neal explains that "the goal in making this album was to allow the audience to know me better," she says. "You only have 11 songs to show what you're all about, and I feel like the first album was just the tip of the iceberg. So I wanted to dig a little deeper." O'Neal is just coming off a Top 3 hit with "Somebody's Hero." Her current single, "I Love My Life," is making its way up the charts also. O'Neal is excited to share her songs because "to me, this song says it all...it's so me, and basical- ly tells our story. It also means a lot to me because my baby's on there - and my little dog, barking at the end." Country superstar Jamie O'Neal is just coming off a Top 3 hit with "Somebody's Hero." Her current single, "I Love My Life," is making its way up the charts also. Briefly Campbell offers 'Musical Magic' Sept. 9 in Lewes Charlene Campbell will present "Musical Magic" at the Lewes Public Library Saturday, Sept. 9, at noon. "Musical Magic" is an interactive program featuring songs from favorite musicals. This program is free and fun for the whole family. The program is made possible, in part, by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Delaware Division of the Arts, a state agency committed to promoting and supporting the arts in Delaware. The Delaware Division of the Arts provides technical assistance and financial assistance to artists and arts pro- grams and serves as a clearing- house for information on the arts. This program is also supported by the Friends of the Lewes Library. Call the library at 645-4633, or visit www.leweslibrary.org for more information. Legends & Lore exhibits works of Ron Haritan The art of Ron Haritan will be on exhibit at Legends & Lore Gallery in Dewey Beach, with an opening reception set for 6 to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Sept. 1 and 2. Haritan uses fused glass with layers of fused quartz/silica and dichoric glass crafted into beauti- ful one of a kind sterling silver works. Fused quartz is made by melt- ing high purity naturally occur- ring quartz crystal at around 2000C. using either an electrical- ly heated furnace or a gas/oxygen fuelled furnace and is normally transparent. Fused silica is pro- duced using high purity silica sand as the feedstock, and is nor- mally melted using an electric fur- nace, resulting in a material that is translucent or opaque. For more information call 226-1693 Lewes Men's Chorus preparing holiday show The Lewes Men's Chorus is already making plans for its annu- M Christmas show and any male singer who can carry a tune is invited to join the group. The chorus has been entertain- ing local audiences for nearly two decades by sharing their vocal tal- ents with senior and convalescent centers and service clubs. For more information, call Bill Earl at 645-5618 or 227-8378. DAILY HAI'I Hoist All ason at the Bar $2 Co'o./,rowt, Lt" $3 Gold NAarrt" "(xL ts.  l-lolibM ,) S,'t Lt,gnell,t - Dinner 7 Da4s aWeck LIvE ]NTRTAIN MENT W,vtday - K,raoke lO-1 Last Irok 9/13...Don't hAtu ltl 52 Iall;imore Ave. gehobol;h Ieah www.iguanagrill.om 227-09,b I G ET TH E PILL (or the Patch, the Ring, or the Shot)... WITHOUT GETTING NAKED! Come in for a consultation and get birth control without the pelvic exam. Call 645-2737 for more information, or to make an appointment. Appointments are generally available same day or next day! Planned Parenthood accepts Medicaid and some private insurance plans, as well as Mastercard & Visa. All services are available on a sliding fee scale based on your household income. Planned Parenthood" of Delaware 1-800-230-PLAN