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72 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, September 26 - October 2, 1997 RAL announces Fine Arts Show popular vote awards The Rehob0th Art League has announced the following artists as winners of the popular vote taken during the 59th Annual Members' Movies The following movies are now playin in the resort area- • The Edge - Alec Baldwin and Anthony Hopkins star as oppo- sites who fight the elements and Fine Arts Exhibition held July 18- Aug. 22. The popular vote is tallied from ballots cast by visitors viewing the exhibit at the League. The results by category are: • Etching - Ray Jackson, "Over- falls at Lewes." • Mixed Media - Pamela Bounds-Secmans, "Jesus Takes a Vacation at Rehoboth Beach." Oil - Nancy Mclntyre, "Porch Cushions." • Pastel - Kit Wilson, "Sheron in African Dress." • Photography - Barbara Suter, "Blue Dial." • Sculpture - John Hollingsworth, "Osprey." • Watercolor - Bonnie Von Duyke, '`The Potter." The exhibit showcased 202 en- tries of members' original fine art works. Stephen lee Lanier, exec- utive director for the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts in Wilmington, who was the offi- cial judge of the show, comment- ed, "The striking thing for me is that this community, well known for artistic history, continues to show fresh energy and excitement about the creation of art. "It shows the shared value of the importance of art in the com- munity. And this more and more seems to be the place that artists choose to show off their newest and best work." The League's final exhibit of the season, Lume E Lustro, a cele- bration of light and lustre in works of art, can be viewed through Fri- day, Oct. 31, at the Corkran and Tubbs Galleries located at 12 Dodds Lane, Henlopen Acres. For more information, call 227- 8408. each other after their plane crash- es in the tundra. Also features Elle Macpherson. Rated R. • Peacemaker - George Clooney is an Army intelligence officer and Nicole Kidman is the head of the White House Nuclear Smuggling Group. Both are fight- ing to keep an Eastern European terrorist from turning the United Nations into an ash heap. Rated R. • In and Out - Kevin Kline stars in this hilarious comedy in which he portrays a high school drama teacher riddled with indeci- sion about his sexuality. Also fea- tures Tom Selleck, Joan Cusack, Matt Dillon, Bob Newhart, Deb- bie Reyolds and Wilford Brimley. Directed by Frank Oz. Rated PG- 13. • The Game - A billionaire (Michael Douglas) gets an unex- pected birthday gift from sibling Sean Penn, when he receives a role-playing game that includes real bullets and life-or-death propositions. Rated R. • Hoodlum - A gritty 1930s crime saga starring Laurence Fishburne as the legendary Harlem gangster Bumpy Johnson. Rated R. • Money Talks - Chris Tucke, plays a street hustler who is teamed with Charlie Sheen (a hap- less TV reporter) in a shake-down adventure/comedy. Rated R. • Cop Land - There's an Oscar • buzz circulating for Sly Stallone in this drama featuring hard-core police intrigue in Small Tow n , USA. Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel are a welcome addition to the film, which is directed by James Mangold. Rated R. • G.I. Jane - Demi Moore shows her "flex appeal" in a femi- nist military drama. Rated R. • Conspiracy Theory - Imag- ine a world in which everything you fear comes true. That's what happens to Mel Gibson in this dra- ma, which also stars "Pretty Woman" Julia. Roberts. Rated PG-13. • Air Force One - Harrison Ford stars as the president oppo- site big screen veep Glenn Close. The head of state's aircraft is high-jacked, sending the cast and ous plot. Rated R. • Men In Black - Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are ultra- cool agents fighting extra-terres- trials. Cool special effects are the icing on the cake of this movie. Boney James Diane Schuur The Jazz Joint 236 Rehoboth Ave. (302) 226-2166 Ptus...75 other exciting events at over 30 different venues, IncLuding a free Oceanfront Midday Concert, EducaUonal Seminars, 3azz Brunches, Intimate Ctub Shows, Art Exhibits and more... IEXPEItiENCE OUR GOLDEN SEASON... October 16 m October 19 THURSDAY, OCT 16 DINNER BELL INN, 6-gPM, SI5 Idt I Atlim Camik Simmered by lhe DE Butc, h Heim mid the Amo’, of Delswlm: Shore Inn md B luxl B's The Jdm AFrfi Group, "The Taste of Rehoboth." FRIDAY, OCT 17 REHOBOTH BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, SPM, $2"l s,. ...o. v., M C Saxophonist Boney James, with guitarist Stalley Jordan opening. SATURDAY, OCT 18 REHOBOTH BEACH BANDSTAND, I IAM-2PM, FREE Keyboardist Mike Kwas, plus keyboardist Lawrence "Scotty" Scott, opening with friends and colleagues. BOTTLE AND CORK, DEWEY BEACH, 3PM $13 Sponsor: Blue Ridge Beer Guitarist Robben Ford. REHOBOTH BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, 9PM, $25 ,. 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