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+ CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, Nov. 8 - Nov. 14, 2002 - 85 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppin' Out r Arena's to showcase The Ordinary Way at Nov. 9 show Northern Virgina band to perform with G-13 By Jen Ellingsworth Hailing from northern Virginia, The Ordinary Way is anything but commonplace. The band, promis- ing magic through music, features seven members who weave ele- merits of funk, rock, jazz, blues, reggae, soul and gospel into the mix. The Ordinary Way will play at Arena's with Ocean City, Md. band G-13 on Saturday, Nov. 9. Arena's is located in the Village by the Sea Mail in Rehoboth Beach. The Ordinary Way released its first CD, "Rising," in 1999. Its followup, "Death and Taxes," was released at The State Theatre in Falls Church, Va. in 2001. Although it calls the East Coast its home, the band's travels have taken it to Los Angeles, San Francisco, New Orleans and Flagstaff, Ariz. Fronted by lead guitarist and vocalist Gordon Sterling, who also pens much of the group's material, The Ordinary Way also includes Fabieune Gustave on lead and backup vocals; Chris Stringfellow on bass and rhythm guitar; Austin Mendenhall on mandolin and rhythm and lead guitar; Robin Boldt on drums; Jesse Hooper on keyboards and synthesizers; and Ryan Leonardo on percussion. For more information about the performance at Arena's Bar & Deli in Rehoboth Beach, call 227- 1272. I REHOBOTH BEACH • Arena's Bar and Deft: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mail). Friday, Nov. 8 - Jab Creation; Saturday, Nov. 9 - The Ordinary Way with G-13. For information, call 227-1272. • Casa Di Napoli: 4440 Highway One. Bryan Clark sings Sinatra every Friday night. For information, call 227-0550. • Dogt'mh Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. All shows start at 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8-9 - Live enter- tainment TBA. For information, call 226-BREW. • Espuma: 28 First St. Sundays - Electric sounds of Billy Fries (1980s music); Mondays - Acoustic sounds of Jeff Key. All entertainment begins at 10 p.m. For information, call 227-4199. • Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Players jam session Tuesdays; signup begins at 9 p.m. with open format to fol- low. Call 226-1693 for informa- tion. Karaoke on Friday and Saturday. Saturday, Nov. 16 - Regina and the Players Club. For information, call 227-2234. • Irish Eyes: 52B Rehoboth Ave. DJ music Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. For infor- marion, call 227-5758. • Purple Parrot: 247 Rehoboth Ave. Karaoke 9 p.m. to I a.m. in the Birdeage every Friday and Saturday night. For information, call 226-1139. • Ram's Head Tavern: 15 Wilmington Ave. Satuday, Nov. 9 - Rainbow Trout; Sunday, Nov. 10 - Live jazz; Friday, Nov. 15 - Pocket Change; Saturday, Nov. 16 Seven-member band The Ordinary Way will perform Saturday, Nov. 9, at Arena's in Rehoboth Beach. - Guta. For information, call 227- 0870. • Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Ave. Every Friday, DJ John Blackford. Every Tuesday, DJ Chris Mal, 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. For information, call 227-7616. • Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian St., Every Wednesday, the Music Revolution; Friday, Nov. 8 Nightlife; Saturday, Nov. 9 - Nightlife ($5); Friday, Nov. 15 - TBA; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Bobby B. Blues with Mike Ault on guitar. For information, call 227-1339. • Third Edition: 59 Lake Ave. DJ Vic spins tunes Saturday. Every Thursday, swing music with free dance instruction. Saturday, Nov. 9 - Kings of Mojo (6-9 p.m.); Thursday, Nov. 14 - Michael and the Little Professors. For information, call 227-6121. LEWES • Blue Plate Diner: 329 Savannah Road. Pedro Miller on piano 8-11 p.m. every Thursday. For information, call 644-8400. • Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Rd. DJ Eroc hosts karaoke every Friday night. Satuday, Nov. 16 - The Wise Guys. For information, call 645- 6888. • Lighthouse: Anglers Road. DJ Captain Joe, 5-8 p.m. every Friday. Karaoke on Sundays. For information, call 645-6271. • Rose & Crown: Second Street. Every Wednesday, DJ RC at 9:30 p.m. For information, call 645-2373. • 1776 Classic American Steakhouse: Midway Shopping Center. Nick Wayne on keyboard nightly. Jeff Irwin Thursdays (6- 10 p.m.) and Sundays (9 p.m. to midnight for open jam session). For information, call 645-9355. • Striper Bites: 107 Savannah Road. Keith Mack on acoustic guitar, noon to 3 p.m., Sundays. Continued on page 86 Rehoboth Beach film festival ongoing through Nov. 10 The Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, now in progress, will feature a multitude of feature films, documentaries and short programs during its weekend-long program. The fes- tival began with a gala grand opening party Nov. 6. Also on the screen will be "Secretary," which raises some eyebrows with its sado-masochis- tic relationship; and the acclaimed documentary "I'm Trying to Break Your Heart," following a film about the band "Wilco," soon to be the top grossing rock docu- mentary ever. The film festival will conclude at 8:45 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 10, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats for the closing night party, where festival will also include screen- ings of films by Jacques Demy, one of the founders of the French New Wave Cinema, Nov. 8-10; and a lecture by Dr. Michael Sage of West Chester University on Friday, Nov. 8. A Family Film Day entitled "Children on Their Birthdays," will take place at noon, Sunday, Nov. 10, with Kids Day, Saturday, Nov. 9, from 2 to 6 p.m., featuring storytelling, arts and crafts, games and films geared toward young children. A program, Done in Delaware, will highlight work from Delaware film makers as well as provide a better understanding of the film industry currently exist- ing in the state. A seminar, Independent Film Case Study on the Film Secretary, will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 9. This seminar aims at an inside look at what it takes to get an independent film made by looking at a variety of the pieces involved. This pro- gram is partially funded by a grant from the Delaware Humanities Forum. All films will be screened at the Movies at Midway in Midway Shopping Center, between Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. Tickets are $7.50 for all shows, with those 60 years and older and 11 years or younger paying $5.50. A separate ticket must be purchased for each film. Cinematic Six Pack tickets may be purchased for $40 and Real Bddln Reynolds-Hughes photo The film festival box office is located in the big tent behind the Midway Shopping Center. Also in the Big ent is the Sony Lounge, for patrons to eoy food and beverages and eompm'e film notes, and a great merchandising shop. Shown getting the Big Tent ready for festivities are volunteers (l-r) Alex Yearly, Jane Christy and Gloria Wails.