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98 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 A cappella quintet to Group slates Nov. 20 show at Milton restaurant Onyxx 5, a well known Delaware a cappella quintet that has performed at the Apollo The- ater in New York City, Balti- more's Inner Harbor, and "First Night" in Wilmington and Dover, will be performing for one night only at the Mulberry Street Cafe & Berry Bar in Milton Saturday, Nov. 20, from 7-9 p.m. The versatile quintet, founded by David Thomas, includes mem- bers Reginald Starkey, Thomas Hairston, Harry Portlock and Ronald Thomas. Known for their recording of popular oldies and -tandards, as well as stirring renditions of the National Anthem and "Take Me Out to The Ballgame" when per- forming at Philadelphia's Veter- ans Stadium, these gentlemen have blended their voices into honest harmony for more than 20 years. Onyxx 5 attempts to take its lis- fform at Mulberry Street Caf00 teners on a musical journey that will.bring a sense of peac6 to their hearts, minds and souls in each uniquely chorded performance. To make reservations for dinner and this one night performance of Onyxx 5, who will be joining the blues singer Tia Clarke, call the Mulberry Street Cafe at 684- 4244. The Mulberry Street Cafe & Berry Bar is a casual and eclectic dining establishment supporting the arts in Milton. ONYXX 5 will perform at Mulbery Street Cafe & Berry Bar. Booksandcoffee to feature Jessup in concert Singer/songwriter, Native The band opened for many acts, and justice for all. American activist, and two-time including NRBQ and Delbert Me- It also addresses the genocide x,  WAMMIE (Washington Area Mu- Clinton. Jessup has released three that was aimed at Native Ameri- sic Association) nominee Georgie CDs, Sweet Grass Smoke, Winkte cans. She has performed at nu- Jessup will play a free concert at & Crazy Sacred Dog, and Ameri- merous powwows and Native Booksandcoffee Saturday, Nov. can Holocaust. The latter is American gatherings in the mid- 20, from 8 to 10 p.m. filled with carefully crafted songs Atlantic region. Jessup has been performing illuminating the dignity of all peo- Booksandcoffee is located in since 1983, beginning with the pie, where the artist pleads for the " Ruddertowne in Dewey Beach. Thursda, R&B band Georgie Jessup and the preservation of a country founded Call 226-9959 for more informa- Jewels. on the principles of life, liberty, tion. Symphony to perform Mozart's final work The Delaware Symphony Or- chestra will present an evening of symphonic music at 8 p.m., Fri- day, Dec. 3 and 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5, at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington. The concert will feature Mozart's final composition, Sym- phony No. 41, better known as "Jupiter." Friday ticket prices range from $32 to $52. The Sunday concert features special adult ticket pricing, $25 per person, and $10 for children's tickets and for students 18 and under. For more information, call 800- 37-GRAND or visit www.del- symphony.org. i 208 Second Street  coach v Seaside Nature Center offers winter minicamp Parents looking for activities for the kids to enjoy while they are on winter break may want to check out the Seaside Nature Center's minicamp program from Dec. 27-31 A morning session for kids ages five to seven runs from 9:30 a.m. to noon, while kids ages eight to 10 meet from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Ac- tivities will focus on winter-relat- ed nature and will include songs, games, and crafts. The program is limited to 16 participants per session with a $40 fee. Call the Nature Center for registration information at 645-6852. Milton Christmas Parade set for Dec. 1 The Milton Fire Department will sponsor the annual Milton Christmas Parade at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 1. The Ladies Auxiliary will serve hot chocolate and cookies at the end of the parilde at the fire hall. There will be no rain date. For.more information, call 684- 8500. ",  ,0) tomato, ,t" featuring: Fresh Seafood, Pasta & Veal Phiny Cheese Steaks Hoagies, Pannini Sandwiches and Homemade Soups  not included) under $6 of House Wine through londay, 11 a.m. daily (See you Also eonsided "Out to Breakfast" "Out to Dinner" "Out to Afternoon Tea" "Out to Sunday Brunch" "Out to the Pub" Vietoff00'00.) (302)227-0615 Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach "Delldous Fresh Fish and Seafood in a Friendly Pub Setting" Open Thursday - Sunday at 5 p.m. Thursdays: 812.95 Lobster Night 1/2 Price Bottles of Wine Fridays: 1/2 Price Fish & Chips 82 Guinness Saturdays: $2 Stoney Lonen Irish Red Ale * Live Music Sundays: 1/2 Price Fish Entrees "Rehoboth's best kept secret" - Out & About 302 - 227 - 2664 www.stoneyionen.com Stoney Lonen Y THIS: Sunday, Nov. 21st - Harvest ne partnering with Banks Liquors Sunday, Dec. 12th ~ Holiday with JCf & Lisa. We will be woking for "Toys for Tots" leJwa-vations 302.539.4550 Take Out 302,539.414 98 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Nov. 19 - Nov. 22, 2004 A cappella quintet to Group slates Nov. 20 show at Milton restaurant Onyxx 5, a well known Delaware a cappella quintet that has performed at the Apollo The- ater in New York City, Balti- more's Inner Harbor, and "First Night" in Wilmington and Dover, will be performing for one night only at the Mulberry Street Cafe & Berry Bar in Milton Saturday, Nov. 20, from 7-9 p.m. The versatile quintet, founded by David Thomas, includes mem- bers Reginald Starkey, Thomas Hairston, Harry Portlock and Ronald Thomas. Known for their recording of popular oldies and -tandards, as well as stirring renditions of the National Anthem and "Take Me Out to The Ballgame" when per- forming at Philadelphia's Veter- ans Stadium, these gentlemen have blended their voices into honest harmony for more than 20 years. Onyxx 5 attempts to take its lis- fform at Mulberry Street Caf00 teners on a musical journey that will.bring a sense of peac6 to their hearts, minds and souls in each uniquely chorded performance. To make reservations for dinner and this one night performance of Onyxx 5, who will be joining the blues singer Tia Clarke, call the Mulberry Street Cafe at 684- 4244. The Mulberry Street Cafe & Berry Bar is a casual and eclectic dining establishment supporting the arts in Milton. ONYXX 5 will perform at Mulbery Street Cafe & Berry Bar. Booksandcoffee to feature Jessup in concert Singer/songwriter, Native The band opened for many acts, and justice for all. American activist, and two-time including NRBQ and Delbert Me- It also addresses the genocide x,  WAMMIE (Washington Area Mu- Clinton. Jessup has released three that was aimed at Native Ameri- sic Association) nominee Georgie CDs, Sweet Grass Smoke, Winkte cans. She has performed at nu- Jessup will play a free concert at & Crazy Sacred Dog, and Ameri- merous powwows and Native Booksandcoffee Saturday, Nov. can Holocaust. The latter is American gatherings in the mid- 20, from 8 to 10 p.m. filled with carefully crafted songs Atlantic region. Jessup has been performing illuminating the dignity of all peo- Booksandcoffee is located in since 1983, beginning with the pie, where the artist pleads for the " Ruddertowne in Dewey Beach. Thursda, R&B band Georgie Jessup and the preservation of a country founded Call 226-9959 for more informa- Jewels. on the principles of life, liberty, tion. Symphony to perform Mozart's final work The Delaware Symphony Or- chestra will present an evening of symphonic music at 8 p.m., Fri- day, Dec. 3 and 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5, at the Grand Opera House in Wilmington. The concert will feature Mozart's final composition, Sym- phony No. 41, better known as "Jupiter." Friday ticket prices range from $32 to $52. The Sunday concert features special adult ticket pricing, $25 per person, and $10 for children's tickets and for students 18 and under. For more information, call 800- 37-GRAND or visit www.del- symphony.org. i 208 Second Street  coach v Seaside Nature Center offers winter minicamp Parents looking for activities for the kids to enjoy while they are on winter break may want to check out the Seaside Nature Center's minicamp program from Dec. 27-31 A morning session for kids ages five to seven runs from 9:30 a.m. to noon, while kids ages eight to 10 meet from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Ac- tivities will focus on winter-relat- ed nature and will include songs, games, and crafts. The program is limited to 16 participants per session with a $40 fee. Call the Nature Center for registration information at 645-6852. Milton Christmas Parade set for Dec. 1 The Milton Fire Department will sponsor the annual Milton Christmas Parade at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 1. The Ladies Auxiliary will serve hot chocolate and cookies at the end of the parilde at the fire hall. There will be no rain date. For.more information, call 684- 8500. ",  ,0) tomato, ,t" featuring: Fresh Seafood, Pasta & Veal Phiny Cheese Steaks Hoagies, Pannini Sandwiches and Homemade Soups  not included) under $6 of House Wine through londay, 11 a.m. daily (See you Also eonsided "Out to Breakfast" "Out to Dinner" "Out to Afternoon Tea" "Out to Sunday Brunch" "Out to the Pub" Vietoff00'00.) (302)227-0615 Boardwalk Plaza Hotel Olive Ave. & Boardwalk Rehoboth Beach "Delldous Fresh Fish and Seafood in a Friendly Pub Setting" Open Thursday - Sunday at 5 p.m. Thursdays: 812.95 Lobster Night 1/2 Price Bottles of Wine Fridays: 1/2 Price Fish & Chips 82 Guinness Saturdays: $2 Stoney Lonen Irish Red Ale * Live Music Sundays: 1/2 Price Fish Entrees "Rehoboth's best kept secret" - Out & About 302 - 227 - 2664 www.stoneyionen.com Stoney Lonen Y THIS: Sunday, Nov. 21st - Harvest ne partnering with Banks Liquors Sunday, Dec. 12th ~ Holiday with JCf & Lisa. We will be woking for "Toys for Tots" leJwa-vations 302.539.4550 Take Out 302,539.414