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84 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppin' Out Love Syndicate sure to be a hit Nov. 15 at Dogfish By Jen Ellingsworth Philadelphia-based band Love Syndicate makes the trek Friday, Nov. 15, to Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, 320 Rehoboth Ave. The band is a favorite of the Dogfish stage, where listeners are treated to its original composi- tions that showcase its smooth, cello-tinged sound. The show starts at 10 p.m. Revered for its funky rhythms and unique style, Love Syndicate scored a hit from the start in 1999, with the release of its f'wst CD, "Compositions," which sold more than 5,000 copies. "Love on Trial," the band's second indepen- dent release, also scored big with its live recording at a benefit for Ed Hamell, an acoustic musician seriously injured in a car accident. Love Syndicate's latest release, the l 1-song, full-length studio album "Songs of Innocence and Experience," is its richest to date At the centerpiece is the talent of guitarist and singer Joshua Komorowski. The work is com- plemented by the masterful cello of Erin Ryan, who also appears on the forthcoming G Love and Special Sauce CD. Love Syndicate has shared the stage with national acts including Busta Rhymes, Crosby, Stills and Nash and Mike Clark's Prescription Renewal. The band's groundbrealdng style has made it a refreshing alternative to the pop norm. For more information about the show or other upcoming performances at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, visit or call 226-BREW. In other entertainment news...With more than 100 mem- bers on its current roster, The Players Club is enjoying a healthy growth spurt, due mainly to the efforts of local artist and promoter Regina AaMacha. The group, comprised of musicians, poets and people who support the arts, meets for an open jam session and pot luck supper every Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Nassau Valley Vineyards. The club is the sole support of Creative Directions, a group of professional musicians, artists and writers who donate their time to lead art workshops for teens ages 11-17. The Players Club has several businesses that sponsor its events, including Hickman's Meat Market, The Edge, Rehoboth Beach Music, Insight, Etched in Time, Celsius, Lofts Cafe, Restaurant Espuma, The Frogg Pond, Wooden V'dlage Teak, Dune Tunes, Sweet Dreams Bakery and Holland Jewelers. The Players Club is hosting playoffs, once a month for the next seven months, beginning Saturday, Nov. 23, 1-5 p.m. at the Nassau Valley Vineyards,- The free monthly event will also fea- ture a flea market sponsored by sponsoring businesses. Musicians and poets will be awarded $100 in cash and prizes in each of the four categories, plus they will be booked for a showcase at Dogfish. Four winners from each of the seven playoffs will compete in the Players Club Awards Ceremony set for the spring. For more information, call AaMacha at 226-1693. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Friday, Nov. 15 - Brick.foot; Saturday, Nov. 16 - The Nikki Barr Band; Wednesday, Nov. 20 - Nancy Micciulla and Eric Rachau; Saturday, Nov. 23 - Paul Lewis Band. For informa- tion, call 227-1272. Casa Di Napoli: 4440 Highway One. Bryan Clark sings Sinatra every Friday night. For information, call 227-0550. Dogf'mh Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. All shows start at 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 15 Love Syndicate; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Brickfoot; Friday, Nov. 22 - Patty Scoboria; Saturday, Nov. 23 - Amy Speace. 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. Fl'ogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Players jam session Tuesdays; signup begins at 9 p.m. with open format to fol- low. Karaoke on Fridays. 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 1 a.m. in the Birdcage every Friday and Saturday night. For information, call 226-1139. Ram's Head Tavern: 15 Wilmington Ave. Friday, Nov. 15 photo Love Syndicate guitarist and singer Joshua Komorowski belts out a song at a show. - Pocket Change; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Gum; Saturday, Nov. 23 - The Supertonics. For information, call 227-0870. Sir Guy's: 243 Reboboth 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. 15 - TBA; Saturday, Nov. 16 - Bobby B. Blues with Mike Ault on guitar; Continued on page 89 Local, regional artists to exhibit Nov. 16 at Coastal Frameshop Show to feature wide array of mediums The Coastal Frameshop and Gallery, at 4284B Highway One in Rehoboth Beach, is set to cele- brate the works of a variety of local and regional artists with an opening and reception from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 16. New watercolor works by Viers Mace and Anne Klinefelter, along with oil paintings on wood by Michele Green will be on display. Not only arc the artists Eastern Shore residents, ;,ut they often put the spotlight on both well known and undiscovered Maryland and Delaware scenes. Mace, of Dewey Beach is noted for his realist landscapes, includ- ing the well-known Chesapeake Street Canopy. Anne Klinefelter, from Chestertown, Md. favors both mixed-media and watere:olor, with new works of both local sites and charming French street scenes and bistro facades. Miehele Green, who hails from Cheswold, paints with oil on wood, spotlight- ing the rivers, lakes and w,ater- ways of Delaware landscapes. In addition to new works lfrom these three artists, the Gadlery exhibits the digitally enhatnced photography of Fred Chase, laand- colored photographs by Roy Boucher, watercolors by Dale Sheldon, the realist watercolors of John and Margaret Bayalis and mixed-media collages of Lee Wayne Mills. On the heels of Mills' success- fill November show at The Blue Moon, the Gallery has several new and retrospective works by this local artist. Under the proprietorship of dec- orator and custom framer Robert Gold, Coastal Frameshop and Gallery also provides a setting for the hands-on selection of design elements for home, beach cottage or office. From casual to classic, the art and frame services feature conservation quality materials, plus friendly and expert design consultation. Coastal Frameshop and Gallery is centrally located, along Route One between Ames and Rehoboth Avenue Extended. Rehoboth residents and visitors are invited to drop by Coastal Frameshop and Gallery on Nov. 16 to meet several of the artists and enjoy the work. For more infor- mation call 227-8704. The Coastal Frameshop and Gallery, located on Route 1 in Rehoboth Beach between Ames department store and Rehoobth Avenue Extended, will feature the work of, among others, local artist Viers Mace. An example of Mace's work, Indian River Inlet Dunes," a watercolor on paper, is shown above. He will be joined by other artists, including Anne Klinefelter, Michele Green, Fred Chase, ROy Boucher, Dale Sheldon, John and Margaret Bayalis and Lee Wayne Mills.