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Book Nook CAPE MAY COHRI' HO[JSE /\\; I)I".AII! tN l'lll. NIGlll LAWRENCE SCHILLER By Gerry Lore "Cape May Court House: A Death in the Night" By Lawrence Schiller On a frigid winter night in 1997 in the village of Cape May Court- house, adja- cent to Cape May, a party- goer driving home came upon a Ford Explorer in a ditch and called 911. When police LORE arrived, they found the driver, who was a preg- nant woman, dead behind the wheel, a male in the passenger seat unconscious, and an infant girl seemingly unhurt in the back seat. The air bags had been de- played in the front seat and now deflated, were entwined with the passengers. So begins "Cape May Steppin' Continued from page 84 Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22-23 - The Divas of One Love. For infer- marion, call 227-1339. Third Edition: 59 Lake Ave. DJ Vic spins tunes Saturday. Every Thursday, swing music with free dance instruction. Saturday, Nov. 16 - TBA; Saturday, Nov. 23 - Shore Jazz with Holly Lane.For information, call 227-6121. LEWES Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Rd. DJ Eroc hosts karaoke every Friday night. Saturday, 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. Courthouse" a gripping true crime story, which attracted wide national and regional media atten- tion because it was so unusual. Those who watched the O.J. Simpson trial may recall the ubiq- uitous TV "expert," Lawrence Schiller. Without any apparent criminal law credentials, he man- aged to turn himself into a cottage industry, writing best selling books of the Simpson and Jan Benet Ramsey cases. Schiller now focuses on the puzzling case in Cape May, which started out as a straightforward product liability lawsuit and turned into a potential murder case. After the medical examiner ruled that the pregnant woman's death had been caused by strangu- lation, possibly due to the air bag, the husband hired a large law fLrm and sued the Ford Motor Compa- ny, claiming the air bag had killed his wife. Ford and other car man- ufacturers had previously been sued for similar deaths. Schiller divulges that the hus- band, a prominent local dentist in- - 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. For information, call 645-4657. LONG NECK Crab Barn: Long Neck Road: Karaoke with Charlie Brown on Tuesday and Thursday; DJ RT on Friday. For more infer- marion, call 945-8900. NASSAU Nassau Valley Vineyards: 36 Nassau Commons. The Players Club performs Tuesday nights, 8- 11 p.m. For information, call TTA L IA  Nightly Specials 25% Off All Evening NFL SUNDAY TII,KET IS BACK! Monday: Closed Tuesday & Thursday: Veal Night Wednesday & Sunday: 25% off any Entree Friday: Roast Pork Loin Chop "NEW ATKINS DIET SPECIALS" AWARD WINNING WINE LIST WINE SPECTATOR MAGAZINE 2001 VOTED BEST ITALIAN RESTAURANT 1N DELAWARE AND MARYLAND SUSSEX COUNTY WOMAN Catering Services Available Open at 5:00 PM Call for Reservations 128 Second St., Lewes 645-1980 "Cape May Court House: A Death in the Night" has many twists and turns and will keep readers turning the pages. volved in community aft'airs and politics, told investigators that he and his wife, who was driving, were on their way with their sick daughter to the hospital when a deer ran in front of the vehicle, Continued on page 92 226-1693. DEWEY BEACH Dewey Beach Club: 1205 Highway One. Jeff Irwin & Shawn Wilhite on Wednesdays. For information, call 227-0669. Lighthouse: Ruddertowne, Dickinson Street and the bay. DJ music every Friday at 4 p.m. and Saturday at 9 p.m. Every Sunday, Kristin Kwolek (formerly of Tin Pan Alley) and Richie O, 9 p.m. For information, call 227-3888. Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Saturday, Nov. 16 Collective. For information, call 227-3888. CAPE GAZETIT,, Friday, Nov. 15 - Nov. 21, 2002 - 89 sion of the Arts, the City of Mil- ford, Sussex County Council, Discover Bank and County Bank. Second Street Players set 'Company' auditions Second Street Players will con- duct auditions for the Stephen Sondheim musical, "Company," on Sunday, Dec. 8, and Tuesday, Dec. 10. Both auditions are at 7 p.m. in the players' Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut St., down- town Milford. Eddie Cohee is di- rector. Those auditioning should pre- pare a musical selection and bring sheet music, tape or CD for ac- companiment. The cast requires eight women and six men, ages 18 and up. Show dates are Saturday, Feb. 22, Annual Trustees Dinner Theatre Gala, and March 7, 8, 9, 14, 15 and 16. , For information on auditions or production crew positions, call 422-0220. The group is support- ed in part by the Delaware Divi- Museum fest to spotlight dinosaurs Dec. 27-28 The Delaware Museum of Nat- ural History in Wilmington will host its annual Dine Days festival from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day. Scheduled events include an 11 a.m. to noon visit from Jungle John, who will be bringing his five-foot alligator and 15-foot Burmese python, among other guests; "The Enormous Egg," O13- eraDelaware's performance of se- lected songs from this children's opera from 2 to 2:30 p.m.; and a visit from some of the reptilian in- mates of the Philadelphia Zoo; plus lots of dinosaur activities and exhibits. The museum is located on Route 52, Kennett Pike, about five miles north of Wilmington. For hours and admission fees, call 302-658-9111 or visit DOVER Dover Downs Slots: Route 113. Nov. 15-16 - Classified; Sunday, Nov. 17 Destiny; Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 20-21 - On the Edge; Nov. 22-24 - Midnight Motion. For informa- tion, call 1-800-711-5882. "A FINER DINER" Best Dining Value 2002 - Delaware Today Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, BLUE PLATE Cocktails, & Homemade Desserts Monday Night is Burger Night Any Burger $4.99 IS Wed., Fri.& Sat. LIVE DJ HAPPY HOUR DALLY 4-7 Free Wings on Ftidayat the Ban LUNCH " DINNER " iJITE NIGHT