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I CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 91 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT " " I 1 Steppin' Out Ryan Cabrera to perform in Dewey Beach TRL heartthrob to play Nov. 20 at BayCenter By Jen Ellingsworth His boyish mug can be seen on the pages of "Seventeen," "Popstar" and "Teen People." Soon, teen-scene fans in the Cape Region will be able to get an up- close-and-personal glimpse of Ryan Cabrera when the 21-year- old singer/songwriter performs Saturday, Nov. 20, at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25. A favorite of MTV's "Total Request Live" ("TRL"), Cabrera scored big hits with singles that include "On The Way Down," "True" and "Exit To Exit." He began his career by opening for acts including Sister Hazel, Nine Days, Wheatus, Dexter Freebish and The Pat McGee Band. Most recently, he opened for Jewel on her summer tour. He is managed by Joe Simpson, father of Jessica and Ashlee Simpson. A turning point in the young star's career happened in high school when he first heard Dave Matthews Band. It was 'then Cabrera decided to turn his back on his punk rock band and con- centrate on his kinder, gentler sound. A birthday gift from his brother - a block of studio time - resulted in Cabrera's first full-length CD, "Elm Street." The album was a local success in the Dallas area. In 2001 he signed to Atlantic Records and released "Take It All Away" in 2004. For more information about the BayCenter show, call 227-3888 or visit www.deweybeachlife.com. ANGOLA • AJ.'s Brewing Company: 11 Peddlers Village. Friday, Nov. 19 - Bucket of Chum; Saturday, Nov. 20 - Greg Evans; Saturday, Nov. 27 - Lisa & the Melting Pot; Saturday, Dec. 4 - Roger and Cliff ,Hillis. For information, call 947- 9300. DEWEY BEACH • Booksandcoffee: 113 Dickinson St. Saturday, Nov. 20 - Georgie Jessup. For information, call 226-9959. • The Lighthouse: Dickinson Street. Guest DJs on Fridays and Saturdays. Tact Toss featuring DJs Chris Mal and Oliver on Fridays. For information, call 227-3888. • Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Thursdays, Love Seed Mama Jump Unplugged; Saturday, Nov. 20 - Ryan Cabrera (BayCenter; tickets $25) and The Legwarmers; Wednesday, Nov. 24 - Kristen & The Noize; Thursday, Nov. 25 - Hijinx; Friday, Nov. 26 - Fabulous Greaseband; Saturday, Nov. 27 - Love Seed Mama Jump; Saturday, Dec. 4- DJ Spinoff. For information, call 227-3888. DOVER • Dover Downs Slots Garden Caf: Route 113. For informa- tion, call 302-674-4600. • Dover Downs Slots Lobby Bar: Route 113. For information, call 302-674-4600. A favorite of MTV's 'q'otal Request Live" ("TRL'), Ryan Cabrera scored big hit• witlx i that include "On The Way Down," "True" and "Exit To Exit." LEWES • Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Road. Karaoke with DJ Eric on Fridays. Live music on Saturdays. For information, call 645-6888. • Java Bytes Caf: Midway Shopping Center. Open Mike Night hosted by Imagine and Mickey Jenkins on Tuesdays. Singers, songwriters, writers, " poets, photographers and artists welcome. For information, call 644-8287. • La Rosa Negra: 1201 Savannah Road. Jazz Imports on Saturdays. For information, call 645-1980. LONG NECK • Crab Barn: Long Neck Road: Karaokc, Thursdays. Live bands, Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, call 945-8900. • Sand Bar: Long Neck Road. Tuesdays, Kings of Karaoke. Thursdays, lower case blues. I Fridays and Saturdays, live musicl For information, call 945-4001. REHOBOTH BEACH • Arena's "Famous Bar and Dell: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Tuesdays - DJ Chris Mal. Friday, Nov. 19 - Jazzam; Saturday, Nov. 20 - TBA; Friday, Nov. 26 - Jimmy Bones; Saturday, Nov. 27 - TBA. For information, call 227- 1272. Continued on page 92 Make plans now for 31st Christmas Tour of Lewes Event to feature variety thanks goes to the Sussex moved from Milton to replace the * Gardeners for providing the original that burned down in of homes on tour Dec. 4 wreaths at each of the private 1919. The 31st annual Christmas Tour homes. The society also recog- • Hiram Rodney Burton of Lewes will be held from 10 nizesthe homeowners and volun- House, Lewes Historical a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, teers who have given generously Complex, 110 Shipcarpenter presented by the Lewes Historical of their toward the success of the Street. On its original site, this Society. A variety of Lewes Christmas Tour. house dates to circa 1740 and was homes is on the tour this year The following houses are on the the home of the illustrious from the historic Anthony Ingram this year's tour: Delaware physician, Dr. Hiram home on Kings Highway to the • Burton-Ingrain House, Rodney Burton. Dr. Burton, who renovated Fitzgerald home on Lewes Historical Society also served on the vestry of St. Pilottown Rd. in the historical Complex, Third & Shipcarpenter Peter's Church, was also town on the shores of the Streets. Built originally on Second Delaware's representative to Delaware Bay. Each home reflects Street about 1785, this house is an Congress in the early 20th centu- the collections, customs and taste example of the Federal-style ry. The house is decorated pre- of the owner, architecture, and houses the soci- dominately in the Victorian fash- .:, : ............ The Lewes Historical Society ety's collection of early American ion. Steven Billups photxis appreciates the support of the antiques, including a Chippendale • Rabbit's Ferry House, Lewes The home of Glen Thompson and Richard Verzier, ll5 Kings Highway, Christmas Tour by the Lewes lowboy, a Rittenhouse case clock Historical complex, Third & is among those on the Christmas Tour of Lewes onaturday, Dec. 4. All Chamber of Commerce and local and a Queen Anne lazy susan tea Shipcarpenter streets. Built out- visitors will appreciate the care with which it was renovated and marvel at businesses. This year, a special table. The dining room was Continued on page 92 the objects of art and antiques that decorate its many rooms. I CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 - 91 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT " " I 1 Steppin' Out Ryan Cabrera to perform in Dewey Beach TRL heartthrob to play Nov. 20 at BayCenter By Jen Ellingsworth His boyish mug can be seen on the pages of "Seventeen," "Popstar" and "Teen People." Soon, teen-scene fans in the Cape Region will be able to get an up- close-and-personal glimpse of Ryan Cabrera when the 21-year- old singer/songwriter performs Saturday, Nov. 20, at the BayCenter in Dewey Beach. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25. A favorite of MTV's "Total Request Live" ("TRL"), Cabrera scored big hits with singles that include "On The Way Down," "True" and "Exit To Exit." He began his career by opening for acts including Sister Hazel, Nine Days, Wheatus, Dexter Freebish and The Pat McGee Band. Most recently, he opened for Jewel on her summer tour. He is managed by Joe Simpson, father of Jessica and Ashlee Simpson. A turning point in the young star's career happened in high school when he first heard Dave Matthews Band. It was 'then Cabrera decided to turn his back on his punk rock band and con- centrate on his kinder, gentler sound. A birthday gift from his brother - a block of studio time - resulted in Cabrera's first full-length CD, "Elm Street." The album was a local success in the Dallas area. In 2001 he signed to Atlantic Records and released "Take It All Away" in 2004. For more information about the BayCenter show, call 227-3888 or visit www.deweybeachlife.com. ANGOLA • AJ.'s Brewing Company: 11 Peddlers Village. Friday, Nov. 19 - Bucket of Chum; Saturday, Nov. 20 - Greg Evans; Saturday, Nov. 27 - Lisa & the Melting Pot; Saturday, Dec. 4 - Roger and Cliff ,Hillis. For information, call 947- 9300. DEWEY BEACH • Booksandcoffee: 113 Dickinson St. Saturday, Nov. 20 - Georgie Jessup. For information, call 226-9959. • The Lighthouse: Dickinson Street. Guest DJs on Fridays and Saturdays. Tact Toss featuring DJs Chris Mal and Oliver on Fridays. For information, call 227-3888. • Rusty Rudder: Dickinson Street. Thursdays, Love Seed Mama Jump Unplugged; Saturday, Nov. 20 - Ryan Cabrera (BayCenter; tickets $25) and The Legwarmers; Wednesday, Nov. 24 - Kristen & The Noize; Thursday, Nov. 25 - Hijinx; Friday, Nov. 26 - Fabulous Greaseband; Saturday, Nov. 27 - Love Seed Mama Jump; Saturday, Dec. 4- DJ Spinoff. For information, call 227-3888. DOVER • Dover Downs Slots Garden Caf: Route 113. For informa- tion, call 302-674-4600. • Dover Downs Slots Lobby Bar: Route 113. For information, call 302-674-4600. A favorite of MTV's 'q'otal Request Live" ("TRL'), Ryan Cabrera scored big hit• witlx i that include "On The Way Down," "True" and "Exit To Exit." LEWES • Irish Eyes at Anglers: 213 Anglers Road. Karaoke with DJ Eric on Fridays. Live music on Saturdays. For information, call 645-6888. • Java Bytes Caf: Midway Shopping Center. Open Mike Night hosted by Imagine and Mickey Jenkins on Tuesdays. Singers, songwriters, writers, " poets, photographers and artists welcome. For information, call 644-8287. • La Rosa Negra: 1201 Savannah Road. Jazz Imports on Saturdays. For information, call 645-1980. LONG NECK • Crab Barn: Long Neck Road: Karaokc, Thursdays. Live bands, Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, call 945-8900. • Sand Bar: Long Neck Road. Tuesdays, Kings of Karaoke. Thursdays, lower case blues. I Fridays and Saturdays, live musicl For information, call 945-4001. REHOBOTH BEACH • Arena's "Famous Bar and Dell: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Tuesdays - DJ Chris Mal. Friday, Nov. 19 - Jazzam; Saturday, Nov. 20 - TBA; Friday, Nov. 26 - Jimmy Bones; Saturday, Nov. 27 - TBA. For information, call 227- 1272. Continued on page 92 Make plans now for 31st Christmas Tour of Lewes Event to feature variety thanks goes to the Sussex moved from Milton to replace the * Gardeners for providing the original that burned down in of homes on tour Dec. 4 wreaths at each of the private 1919. The 31st annual Christmas Tour homes. The society also recog- • Hiram Rodney Burton of Lewes will be held from 10 nizesthe homeowners and volun- House, Lewes Historical a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4, teers who have given generously Complex, 110 Shipcarpenter presented by the Lewes Historical of their toward the success of the Street. On its original site, this Society. A variety of Lewes Christmas Tour. house dates to circa 1740 and was homes is on the tour this year The following houses are on the the home of the illustrious from the historic Anthony Ingram this year's tour: Delaware physician, Dr. Hiram home on Kings Highway to the • Burton-Ingrain House, Rodney Burton. Dr. Burton, who renovated Fitzgerald home on Lewes Historical Society also served on the vestry of St. Pilottown Rd. in the historical Complex, Third & Shipcarpenter Peter's Church, was also town on the shores of the Streets. Built originally on Second Delaware's representative to Delaware Bay. Each home reflects Street about 1785, this house is an Congress in the early 20th centu- the collections, customs and taste example of the Federal-style ry. The house is decorated pre- of the owner, architecture, and houses the soci- dominately in the Victorian fash- .:, : ............ The Lewes Historical Society ety's collection of early American ion. Steven Billups photxis appreciates the support of the antiques, including a Chippendale • Rabbit's Ferry House, Lewes The home of Glen Thompson and Richard Verzier, ll5 Kings Highway, Christmas Tour by the Lewes lowboy, a Rittenhouse case clock Historical complex, Third & is among those on the Christmas Tour of Lewes onaturday, Dec. 4. All Chamber of Commerce and local and a Queen Anne lazy susan tea Shipcarpenter streets. Built out- visitors will appreciate the care with which it was renovated and marvel at businesses. This year, a special table. The dining room was Continued on page 92 the objects of art and antiques that decorate its many rooms.