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62 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 10 - October t6, 1997 ARTS &amp; ENTERTAINMENT Steppin Out I Juliet's Wishing Well in new territory with CD in progress By Jen Ellingsworth On the heels of its most recent CD, "High Fashion," Wilmington- based band Juliet's Wishing Well has been on the road and in the studio, putting the wraps on its lat- est EP, titled "Embrace." Working with producer Robin Darter (who has also collaborated with bands like Rusted Root and Good Homes), the group has taken a new approach to its latest pro- ject. Bass player Lou Lasprugato, one of Juliet's Wishing Well's founding members, said the disc is completely different. "We did a lot of experimenta- tion on this new CD," he said. "We used different sounds, differ- ent effects and different approach- es. We wanted to try to be less pre- dictable." With "High Fashion" nearing the 2,000 mark for copies sold, the band can rest assured its followers are hungry for more. The six-song "Embrace" may be just what the doctor ordered. "It's definitely different from our last CD," said Lasprugato. "It's a lot more fuller sounding and has much more of an edge." Mastered in New York at Absolute Audio studios, the CD has an estimated release date of early December. Not only has the group been busy with that endeavor, but Juli- et's Wishing Well also said good- bye to longtime guitar player Jim- my Davis. The band recently wel- comed aboard a new guitarist, Eric Levy. Other members include Dan Weisman (lead vocals) and John Ohnmacht (drums). Now approaching its fourth anniversary, Juliet's Wishing Well - although based upstate - per- forms locally in Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach. Fans can catch the guys in action at Arena's Bar and Deli in the Village by the Sea Mall on Saturday, Oct. 11. Check out the band's website <www.juliets.com> for pictures and other details. In other local entertainment news...Don't expect to see Heather Locklear, but you're bound to see plenty of your good friends for "Melrose Mondays" at the Cloud 9 Restaurant on the Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. In honor of the hour-long night- time soap (shown weekly on the Fox network at 9 p.m.), the TV at the Cloud 9 bar is where you'll want to watch the antics of Billy, Amanda, Michael and Kimberly (unless, of course, she really is dead). The establishment also features its popular half-price pizza and pasta dishes on Monday nights. Call 227-1999 for information. Make plans now to stop in the Frogg Pond in Rehoboth Beach during Autumn Jazz '97. The establishment is celebrating 15 years of fun times at its location on First Street. In honor of the occasion, the Frogg Pond will open at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, and feature a variety of prize giveaways (T-shirts, hats and key chains), and lots of other specials. Karaoke will be featured both Fri- day and Saturday nights. Call 227- 2234 for more details. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Dell: 149 Rehoboth Avenue (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Every Sunday is Juliet's Wishing Well recently said goodbye to guitar player Jimmy Davis (far right), and welcomed new bandmate Eric Levy (not shown) to the spot. Shown (l-r) are bass player Lou Lasprugato, lead vocalist Dan Weisman and drummer John Ohnmacht. The band recently put the wraps on its latest EP, "Embrace," which is due for a December release. Acoustic Jam Night. Friday, Oct. 10 - Token Jane; Saturday, Oct. I 1 - Juliet's Wishing Well; Wednes- day, Oct. 15 - Soul Patch; Thurs- day, Oct. 16 - The Kelly Bell Band; Saturday, Oct. 18 - Dee Stone; Wednesday, Oct. 22 - One Step Beyond. For information, call 227-1272. Crab Barn: Route 1. Friday, Oct. 17 - The Meteors; Saturday, Oct. 18 - Denise and DeNephews. Call 227-6700 for information. Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Avenue. Fri- day, Oct. 10 - The Finders; Satur- day, Oct. 11 - Mightyhead; Thurs- day, Oct. 16 - The Dirty Dozen Continued on page 63 Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach will host the satirical, high-energy sounds of Mightyhead on Saturday, Oct. 11. Call 226-BREW for more details. Rehoboth Christmas Shop underway through Oct. 12 This is the 35th year the Women of All Saints' Episcopal Church and St. George's Chapel have sponsored the Rehoboth Christ- mas Shop to be held at the Rehoboth Convention Hall. A gala preview party launched the event on Thursday, Oct. 9. The hours for the 1997 Christ- mas Shop are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10, and Saturday, Oct. 11, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sun- day, Oct. 12. The daily admission is $1, with children 12 and under who are accompanied by an adult admitted free of charge. The three-day event offers a shoppers' paradise of items by 18 exhibitors from six states for everyone' s holiday list. On display will be select women's apparel, gourmet edibles, quilt, costume jewelry, children's toys and cloth- ing, art treasures, handcrafted jew- elry, Christmas trees and decora- tions, and stocking stuffers. Vendors for the shop include Micki Altschuler Designs, which features handmade designer neck- laces; Anna Biggs Designs, offer- ing hand-sculpted jewelry and objects in precious metals; Chateau Monroe, women's cloth- ing; Cherchies, Ltd., gourmet foods; Designs by 'Lil,' hand- painted doll houses, salt and pep- per shakers; Desktop Gems, per- sonalized children's books with many current popular titles; Dew- craft, handmade Christmas deco- rations and gifts; The Diane B. Continued on page 65 Angle Moon photo Members of the Rehoboth Christmas Shop's Committee include (l-r) Dodie Blancke, decora- tions; Priscilla Smith, shops; Helen Abrams, Helen Abbott, Louise Graham, Peg Belt, Punx Wingate, DeDe Fisher, bake shop; Carol Wells, Anne Ratledge, chairperson; and Carol Searles, shops. The popular annual event continues at Rehoboth Beach Convention Hall through Sun- day, Oct. 12.