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Comedians Continued from page 90 elise is a regular contributor to Stu Bykofsky in the "Philadelphia Daily News" and brings his own brand of comedy and traffic to 94.7 WRDX every weekday. Paul Schmidt, emcee of the show, is a former member of the ComedySports improv troupe in Baltimore and Washington, D.C. and now hosts his own afternoon show on 94.7 WRDX. He has been seen as Serge Stubin in Nicky Silver's comedy, "The Food Chain" and in the independ- ent films "Image" and "Franks and Weiners." "Our first national comedy night at JW's was a completely Four Kings to rock The Four Kings - Lloyd Price, Jerry Butler, Ben E. King, and Gene Chandler - will make a re- turn appearance Nov. 14 at the Rollins Center at Dover Downs Slots. Show time is 9 p.m. Tick- ets, with prices starting at $40, are now on sale and can be obtained by calling 800-711-5882. These four R&B legends last visited Dover Downs Slots in February 2001, playing to a sold out crowd. This concert will be their last performance on the 2002 calendar. Lloyd Price, known as "Mr. Personality," was well known throughout the 50s and 60s as a leader in the R&B genre. Price scored his most recognizable hit with "Stagger Lee," which reached number one on the charts in 1959. Jerry Buffer, a smooth, soulful balladeer, is best known for his first hit with The Impressions, "For Your Precious Love." Ben E. King will always be as- sociated with his chart-topper, movie theme and title song "Stand By Me," and was the former frontman for The Drifters. Crowds can't help but swoon to King's rendition of the Drifters' hit, "Save The Last Dance For Me." Delaware Symphony to open series Nov. 19 Russian Music for Strings will be featured when the Delaware Symphony opens its 2002-03 Chamber Music Series at 8 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the Gold Ballroom of the Hotel duPont. A second performance will be held at 3 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 24, in the Winterthur Museum and Gar- dens. The program will include Shas- takovich's "String Quartet No. 4" and Tchaikovsky's "String Sex- tet." Tickets are $40 for the Hotel duPont concert and $25 for the Winterthur concert ($40 with a high tea after the concert). $10 student rush tickets are available a half hour before curtain. For in- formation, call 800-37-GRAND or visit www.desymphony.org. sold-out event," said Schmidt. "Folks went out of their way to tell us what a great time they had and how much they enjoyed the comedians and the food. Now we've got the same caliber of comedy and cuisine coming back and tickets are going even faster than last time." In addition to the comedy, a sit- down dinner menu is included in the ticket price, including a choice of crab cakes, prime rib or surf and turf. All entrees include a din- ner salad, chef's veggies, chef's potato, bread and butter and dessert. Tickets for the Paul Schmidt Comedy Company Tour are $30 and can be ordered at WRDX.com, TicketWeb.com or charged by phone at 866-468- 7619. Seating for this night of comedy is limited. Post 17 to host Nov. 8 Karaoke Night American Legion Post 17 in Lewes will hold Legion One Karaoke from 8 p.m. to midnight, Friday, Nov. 8. Participants should pick their favorite country and western, oldies or classic tunes to sing. All are invited. Christmas in Bridgeville set for Dec. 7 The 27th annual Christmas in Bridgeville, sponsored by the Bridgeville Historical Society, will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dover Downs Slots Gene Chandler, "The Duke Of Earl," will always be remembered for the song bearing his nick- name. Apart, they are four legendary R&B entertainers who changed the face of music forever. Togeth- er, they are The Four Kings, as with Nov. 14 show dynamic an act as them is today. Don't miss Lloyd Price, Jerry Butler, Ben E. 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