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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Sept. 6 - Sept. 12, 2002 - 95 Schwartz Continued from page 94 be sold. For $150, purchasers receive tickets to every major live event planned through Christmas. For $100 more, ticket buyers may at- tend all of the big events and re- ceive a ticket to the Oct. 19 Camelot Gala at Dover Downs. Season tickets are available by telephone, 302-678-5152 or 800- 778-5078, or walk-in at 118 S. Bradford Street, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, be- ginning Aug. 28. Big Ticket Se- ries purchasers will be seated in the best available seats, according to their section preference, in the order that purchases are made. Original seat sponsors will be giv- en the first option to reserve their sponsored seats. Section B and C single tickets for each individual event will also go on sale Aug. 28 Section A tickets will be avail- able through Big Ticket Series purchase only for an unspecified period. On Oct. 9 and 10, the Grammy nominated group America will be making its only Delaware area stop on their Mirror to Mirror tour. The freewheeling group that mixes rock with a little folk and country will be playing old fa- vorites, including "Tin Man," "A Horse with No Name," "Sister Golden Hair," and "Ventura High- way." On Nov. 8, Bank of America brings its second Night of Come- dy event, this year featuring co- median Gilbert Gottfried. Got- tfried has worked as a stand-up comic, actor and cartoon voice for almost 20 years. In the Disney an- imated classic "Aladdin," he sup- plied the dialogue for lago, the talking parrot. He has also ap- peared in more than 20 movies and on countless television shows including "Ren & Stimpy," "Mar- ried with Children," "Cosby," "Seinfeld" and "Son of the Beach." On Nov. 14, five-time Gram- my-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon will appear on stage with a special guest: the singer, song- writer and saxophone player Cur- tis Stigers. Freelon will be singing jazz standards along with her own new arrangements of songs by Stevie Wonder, from her new al- bum, "Tales of Wonder." Widely known as the violinist from "Riverdance," seven-time all-Ireland fiddle champion Eileen Ivers is also a veteran of the Philadelphia and international folk scene. Ivers, who is known for her trademark blue instrument, has been called "the Jimi Hendrix of the violin." With a brand new album out on Sony records, she combines her Celtic roots with different styles of jazz, salsa, fla- menco and rock. She has recently performed and worked with such companies as the Boston Pops and the London Symphony. In December, theater goers can see the classic Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Carol" with a twist, "Uncle Ebenezer - A Christ- mas Carol," a musical based on the-novel. There will be six mati- nee and evening performances, Dec. ll-15. To close the Big Ticket Series and the Christmas season, the Center will present The Vienna Boys Choir. The group is com- posed of young men between the ages of l0 and 14 who carry a wide repertoire of songs. They sing everything from classical to contemporary, as they have been doing for more than 500 years. On Dec. 18, the Choir will be making an exclusive area appear- ance at the Center. I Call for reservations 645-2373 108 2nd St. Lewes For subscription information, call 645-7700 or visit www.capegazette.com You're never really lost with the-Cape Gazette AI and Charolette Skinner, who live near Millsboro, take a break from the slopes in Alberta, Canada, to catch up on the latest news in the Cape Gazette. The Skinners traveled over the bor- der with the local Lost and Found Club. Great philosophers through the ages have said that happy travelers have no destination in which ease it's better to be lost. But no matter how lost they may be, Cape Gazette readers always feel at home when they have a copy in their hands. I Welcome to Paradise Harbour J.R. Scott and Gerry Burleigh of Rehoboth Beach spend most of their time traveling around the world looking for exotic places to snap photographs'of the Cape Gazette. This trip took them to Antarctica and the Chilean Research Station at Paradise Harbour. They are shown sharing the Cape Gazette with the Gentoo Penguin Colony in a typical sum- mer snowstorm. In case you were won- dering who named this coidand desolate place Paradise Harbour, if you guessed the penguins, you are right! I I II Please print II Your name Please deliver all the local news to: II Your address City I ( uY-6-Ph)n e State Z I P I I I I I I I I I I I ,, I I I Second address (Snowbird) SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Enclose check) 0 $27 Sussex County (52 wk) [] $15 Sussex County (26 wk) [] $45 Out-of-County (52 wk) [] $25 Out-of-County (26 wk) 0 $35 Snowbird mailed Out-of-County pert of the year. [ $30 College Student (9 mo.) 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