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Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 - MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2014 83 A w DIBIASE TO OPEN SOLO SHOW, MOSTLY AMALFI, NOV. 9 LEWES PHOTOGRAPHER GERI DIBIASE will hold an opening recep- tion for her solo show, Mostly Amalfi, from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 9, at Roberto's Trattoria, in Erdenheim, Pa. The exhibit, which will highlight. Dibiase's recent trip to the Amalfi coast, wilt also include pieces from Philadelphia, Pa., the Delaware coast and Cape Cod, Mass. All of Dibiase's work is currently being printed on canvas, gallery wrapped with reflected edges on kiln-dried wood. Her piece, "Sunset over the Manayunk Canal" was recently chosen as the poster image for the 25th Annual Manayunk Art Festival. The show will hang through the end of February. Roberto's Trattoria is at 700 Bethlehem Pike, Erdenheim; phone 215-233-9955. A portion of Dibiase's sales will be donated to North Light Community Center in Manayunk, where she once served on the board. For more information, contact Dibiase at www.geridibiase.com or email geri@geridibiase.com. I ' m for BEST CRAB CAKES READERS CHOICE DOWNSTATE Milton's Brown to host workshop on getting published Nov. 8 Broadldll Review publisher ]a-shopkeep, and founder of the mie Brown will present "What an John Milton Poetry Festival and Editor Looks for in Your Work" Poetry Prize, Brown is also for- at the Eastern Shore Writers' As- mer editor of several literary sociation's monthly meeting at 11 magazines and a prize-winning a.m., Saturday, Nov. 8, at the Jetty playwright. His fiction, non- along Restaurant Row at Kent fiction and poetry have been Narrows, 201 Wells Cove Road, widely published including such Grasonville, Md. favorites as "Freeholder and Oth- Publisher, poet, professor, er Poems" and "Conventional Heresies." Brown founded two well-known Washington, D.C. poetry reading series as as teaching an Advanced Fiction Workshop at Georgetown Uni- versity and an introductory-level workshop, Poetry: Form, Func- tion and You at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. He has also been awarded best Book of Verse by the Delaware Press Association for his haiku cycle, "Sakura." RSVP to sweeneygf@aol.com or 410-476- 3917 is requested for lunch at $19, NOVEMBER 7- 30 Opening .Friday November 7':h 5:00 - 7:00 pm Texeira's stract paintings tell stories through her memories of color. AKI'IST TAL.K Kristin will discuss her work for this exhibition at 4.-00 pm on November 7 (lust prior to the opening) visit kristintexeira.com for additional information on the artist. OPEN HOUSE Saturday, December 6% !0:00 am - 4:00:pm A day of hospitality for youQ and your family also MEMBERS GALLERY OFART THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS forget