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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 6 - Sept. 12, 2002 - 93 glDAArt Collection notecards nowfor sale; Selected works from the nation- ally renowned Muscular Dystro- phy Association Art Collection are now available for sale as note- cards. A total of 10 artworks from the collection - five by adults and five by young artists - have been- reproduced on notecards, which are blank on the inside to allow for personalized messages. Each of the 10 artists whose work was selected is affected by one of the more than 40 neuromuscular dis- eases in MDA's program. The MDA Art Collection, now in its l lth year, comprises more than 280 works by artists from The following movies will play at the Movies at Midway Friday, Sept. 6 to Thursday, Sept. 12: • City By the Sea: Homicide detective Vincent LaMarca must invesngate his son, Joey, as a sus- pect in a murder case. Vincent must return to his estranged home, Long Island, where his in- vesigation turns into a self-seek- ing journey of truth. Rated R. • Swimfan: A high school swim star has a dream life. a bud- ding athletic career, a great girl- friend and great friends at school. Enter the new girl who develops an eery, dangerous crush that turns his life upside down. Rated R. • fear dot corn: Detective Stephen Dorff is out to solve a se- ries of deaths. He suspects the murders are all related by shared visits to a website called fear.com, run by a demented black widow. Rated R. • The Good Girl: Thirty years old and disgusted with her life with her pot-smoking husband, cashier Justine (Jennifer Aniston) longs for a better existence. She soon forges a passionate connec- tion with Holden, a fellow worker a few registers away, who ages 2 to 82 and represents all 50 states. It's displayed at MDA na- tional headquarters in Tucson, Ariz. Selected pieces from the Collection have also appeared in exhibits across the nation. "The MDA Art Collection has been both a joy to behold and a source of inspiration to everyone who's seen it for more than a decade now," MDA President and CEO Robert Ross said. "We're , delighted to share the Collection with the American public through these beautiful notecards." Adult contributors to the note- card set include Lee Baker of Roanoke, Va., who created "At changes her outlook on life and love. Rated R. • Serving Sara: Elizabeth Hur- ley (Sara) is served divorce papers in New York City. Stunned and not about to lose the fortune she earned with her Texas husband, she makes a cross-country offer process server Matthew Perry can't refuse. Rated PG-13. • My Big Fat Greek Wedding: Still unwed at 30. Toula (Nia Vardalos) is a worry to her father Gus (Michael Constantine) and mother Maria (Lainie Kazan). After quitting the family's Greek restaurant, she takes a job at her aunt's travel agency and falls for tall, dark, handsome and definite- ly-not-Greek John Corbett. Rated PG. • Blue Crush: Oahu surf god- dess Anne Marie (Kate Bosworth) is master of the waves. Working as a hotel maid to pay her bills, Anne Marie finds herself in hot water when she falls for a pro quarterback. Rated PG- 13. • Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams: Carmen (Alexa Vega) and Juni (Daryl Sabara) are back in the sequel to the popular "Spy Kids" movie. Now on a mission so big they bring in the whole family, Carmen and Juni enlist - among others - their grandparents (Ricardo Montalban and Holland Taylor). Rated PG. the Barre," an acrylic which was featured on the cover of MDA's bimonthly magazine, Quest, in December, 2001. Other works by adult artists on the notecards are "Silent Thoughts," a pastel by Brent Gau- thier of Harwinton, Conn.; "Cape May Boat Yard," an oil painting by George Johnson of Gay, W.Va.; "Columbines, Shenandoah National Park," a watercolor by MaryAnn Miller of Clinton, N.J.; and "Balloon Vendor," an oil paintingby Las Vegas artist Adele Feigenbaum. The young artists' contributions to the card set include a finger • XXX: Vin Diesel is an former extreme sports star-turned secret agent. Recruited by super-tough secret agent Samuel L. Jackson, Diesel is up against his most cun- ning, dangerous enemy. PG- 13. • Blood Work: Clint Eastwood is a retired FB! profiler hired to track a serial killer using samples of his own blood. Based on the novel by Michael Connelly. Rat- ed R. • Signs: Mel Gibson and Joaquin Phoenix are baffled by the appearance of mysterious pat- terns in their crop field. Summer blockbuster is directed by M. Night Shyamalan ("The Sixth Sense" and "Unbreakable"). Rat- proceeds pairning by Aubrey Olson of Pine City, Minn., titled "Flower Pow- er." Olson and her brother, Nicholas, served as MDA's Na- tional Goodwill Ambassadors in 1998 and 1999. Other youth art featured in the notecard set includes "Free to Fly," an acrylic by Julia Sanders of Boston; "Hornet," a pen-and- ink sketch by Christian Cowie of Helena, Mont.; and "The Clown," a marker drawing by Samuel Williams of Matthews, N.C. Also in the set is "Fishing at Camp," an acrylic created at an MDA-spon- sored children's art workshopby Nick Gerstler of Houston. ed PG-13. • Master of Disguise: Dana Carvey, a waiter at his family's Italian restaurant, can't figure out why he likes to constantly mimic his customers and change his ap- pearance. Little does he know he shares a secret family legacy as a master of disguise. Rated PG. • Austin Powers in Goldmem- ber: The international man of mystery, Austin Powers, must once again face his arch rival Dr. Evil and his accomplice Mini-Me. The third installment of the suc- cessful series follows Austin and streetwise Foxxy (Beyonce Knowles) as they fight crime and look groovy, baby. Rated PG-13. %_.e- Elegant Dining in a Cozy French Atmosphere Since 1980 "Award of Excellence" 2002 WINE SPECTATOR Three Charming Dining Rooms and Rooftop Deck SPECIALS 210 Second Street, Rehoboth Beach RIESERVATIONS: 227-6494 • Dinner served from 5:30 p.m. m t4Wj,mA00TJ,00! programs The 5-by-7-inch notecards are available in packages of 20, with envelopes, for $12, p.lus shipping and handling. Buyers can specify card sets that feiture only adult artists or only young artists, or sets featuring all the artists. MDA has announced that $9 from each package goes directly to MDA's research and health care services programs. The note- cards may be ordered by mail from: Community Programs De- partment, MDA, 3300 E. Sunrise Drive, Tucson, AZ 85718-3299; by phone, (800) 2236011; or on- line at www.mdausa.org/comm- prog/art. Fri., Sept. 6 - Thurs.. Sept. 12 The Movies at Midway Rt. One. Midway Shopping Center Rehoboth Beach For movie times call 645-0200 CITY BY THE SEA (1:48) (R) 4 Shows Daily- 1:40 4:10 6:35 9:05 XXX (2:00) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 1:20 4:00 6:45 9:20 SIMONE (1:57) (PG-13) 2 Shows Daily - 1:10 6:45 BLOOD WORK (1:51) (R) 4 Shows Daily - 1:25 4:00 6:30 9:00 SIGNS (1:47) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 1:50 4:30 7.'00 9:30 BLUE CRUSH (1:43) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily- 1:35 4:10 6:45 9:10 FEAR DOT COM (1:38) (R) • 2 Shows Daily - 4:25 9:30 ROAD TO PERDITION (2:00) (R) 4 Shows Daily- 1:00 3:45 6:40 9:25 SERVING SARA (1:40) (PG-13) 4 Shows Daily-1:55 4:50 7:15 9:45 AUSTIN POWERS (1:34)(PG-13) 4 Shows Daily - 2:00 4:40 7:20 9:40 THE GOOD GIRL (1:33) (R) 4 Shows Daily-1:30 4:15 7:00 9:10 SWlMFAN (1:2o) (R) 4 Shows Daily- 2:05 4:45 7:25 9:45 SPY KIDS 2 (1:40) (PG) 4 Shows Daily- 1:25 3:50 6:25 8:45 MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (1:35) (PG) 4 Shows Daily - 1:05 3:40 6:30 8:50 SPIDERMAN (2:05) (PG-13) 1 Show at 7:05 MEN IN BLACK (PG-13) 2 Shows at 4:25 & 9:50 MASTER OF DISGUISE 1 Show at 1:10 All shows subject to change Movie passes on sale at the Box Office PARTY ROOM NOW AVAILABLE AT MOVIES AT MIDWAY Parties, Conferences, Group Meetings, whatever the need FOR INFORMATION CALL 645-1135 For R-Rated films you must be 17 years of age or accompanied by a parent or guard/an. Photo identification required.