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62- CAPEGAZtETTE, ' Fri-day, November 27 " Demr3,'l8 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Steppln Out Juliet's Wishing Well back at Dogfish Head on Nov. 28 By Jen EUingsworth It's been a good year for Juliet's Wishing Well. Topping the list of accomplish- ments for the Newark-based quar- tet is the creation of its latest six- song EP, "Far From Winter," released last January. The album received a consider- able amount of airplay this year on various radio stations and exem- plifies the creative energy of Juli- et's Wishing Well. Hear for your- self Friday, Nov. 27, at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach. Founding members Lou Laspru- gato and Dan Weisman are the songwriting forces behind the four-man group, while drummer Deanna Bogart will perform Friday and Saturday, Nov. 27- 28 at Sydney's Blues & Jazz Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach. John OhIpacht and guitarist Eric Levy complete the formula. "Far From Winter" is the follow-up CD to the critically acclaimed "High Fashion," produced by the band in 1996. The current CD was produced by Robin Danar, who has also worked with bands like Rusted Root and Talking Heads, and was recorded last September. Once you hear a bit of their music, you may want to pick up a copy of that CD at the band's show, which starts at 10 p.m. Fri- day night. The band is keeping busy these days, preparing for a full-length follow-up to "Far From Winter." Meanwhile, kudos keep coming for the foursome. Juliet's Wishing Well's rtsum6 includes standout performances at the CMJ conference and the Philadelphia Music conference for the last three years; winning the singer/songwriter conference at the 1996 South by Southwest con- ference and performing at the 1997 SXSW festival. The band was also named semifinalist in "Musician" magazine's 1996 Best Unsigned Band competition. In other entertainment news...Tickets go on sale Friday, Dec. 11, for Jan. 22-23 Bobby Vinton shows at the Dover Downs Slots. The successful love singer of the rock era, Vinton's hits include "My Melody of Love," "Roses Are Red," "Blue Velvet" and "There I've Said It Again." Show times are 9 p.m. Reserved and general admission tickets available. General admis- sion tickets are $25; reserved seat- ing tickets are $30-$45. For infor- mation, call 674-4600. He's Chuck Berry's East Coast piano player and leader of his own band. Known for many years for his association with a legendary bluesman, Daryl Davis is a legend in his own right. He currently heads up the Daryl Davis Band, an act that will perform at the Rusty Rudder Restaurant, Friday, Nov. 27. An acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist, Berry grew up with the sounds of Little Richard and Elvis Presley. After deciding to become a musician while attend- ing high school, Davis set off on an ambitious career path that led to one great thing after another. He has been recorded on albums with Big Joe and The Dynaflows, Billy Hancock, Cephas & Wig- gins, Andrea Brown and Johnny and The Headhunters. REHOBOTH BEACH Arena's Bar and Deli: 149 Rehoboth Ave. (in the Village by the Sea Mall). Acoustic Jam Night is Sunday. Friday, Nov. 27 - Burning Bus; Saturday, Nov: 28 - Velvet Waltz. For information, call 227-1272. Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth Ave. Friday, Nov. 27 - Starbelly; Saturday, Nov. 28 - Juliet's Wishing Well. The Newark-based band Juliet's Wishing Well includes (I-r) Lou Lasprugato, Dan Weisman, John Ohnmacht and Eric Levy. For information, call 226-BREWI Eden Garden Caf4: Rehoboth Avenue. Voodoo Lounge Thursdays, wi discount martinis, cigars and candlelight. Thursday, Dec. 3 - Clifton Terra- nova andthe Clubby Hipsters fea- turing Milky Moonstone Friday, Dec. 4 - The Kelly Bell Blues Band. For information, call 227- 3330. Frogg Pond: First Street and Rehoboth Avenue. Karaoke every weekend. For information, call 227-2234. Irish Eyes Pub & Restau- rant: 15 Wilmington Ave. Fri- day, Nov. 27 - Chameleon Duo; Saturday, Nov. 28 - Tear the Roof Off; Friday, Dec. 4 - Comedy Club. For information, call 227- 2888. Just in Thyme Restaurant: Route 1 at Robinson Drive. Sun- day and Monday night football in the lounge. For information, call 227-3100. Sir Guy's: 243 Rehoboth Ave. DJ Chris, Tuesdays, 11 p.m. to 1 a.m., and Fridays, 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 28 - The Naildrivers. For information, call 227-7616. Sydney's Blues and Jazz Restaurant: 25 Christian St. Swing Dance Night with Michael and the Little Professors Thurs- days, 8 p.m. to midnight. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 27-28 - Dean- na Bogart; Friday, Dec. 4 - Bluesworks; Saturday, Dec. 5 - The Randy Lippincott Blues Band. For information, call 227- 1339. Yum Yum Pan Asian Bistro: Continued on page 63 Lewes Historical Society Christmas House Tour set Dec. 5 The holiday season in Lewes wouldn't be complete without the Lewes Historical Society's annual Christmas Tour, scheduled this year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Satur- day, Dec. 5. This year marks the tour's 25th anniversary, and will feature both private residences and public buildings. Tickets for the tour are $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the tour. Children are admitted free if accompanied by an adult with a ticket. No smoking is per- mitted on the tour, and spiked heels and cameras are not allowed in private homes. There will.be refreshments at the Burton-Ingram House from 1 to 4 p.m. Including on this year's tour are the following stops: The Lewes Historical Society Complex, located at Shipcarpen- ter Square, includes the Thompson Country store, the EHegood House, the Plank House, the Doe- tor's Office, the Rabbit's Ferry House, the Burton Ingram House, and the Hiram Rodey Burton House. The Ellegood House will be selling many country andhand- crafted Christmas items. The Rab- bit's Ferry House will feature a Christmas bake sale and bazaar. Shepherd-Houston House, Joe and Gail Comorat, 10 Shipcar- penter Square. This home was originally located on Kings Hiigh- way, across from Cape Henlo]pen High School, before its removad to Shipcarpenter Square. It was reno- vated by Chandler Watkins and features a beautiful 1780 dinting room, four fireplaces and mostt of the original woodwork. The Conwell-Patcheil House, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Patchell, 17 Shipcarpenters Square. This house, once located on the south side of Broadkiln Beach Road, was the farmhouse of William Alexander Conwell. Tour goers will view the circa 1800 kitchen- dining area, and the front hall par- lor section, built around 1850. The home features fine family heir- looms and pieces. The Log House, Mr. and Mrs. David Blank, 32 Shipcarpenter Square. This house was moved, in pieces, by Jack Vessels to Shipcar- penter Square in 1987. Each log was numbered and the house was reassembled on site. The house was originally built in 1795 and is a "treat from the past." A Jack , Lewis painting adorns the work- room. St. George's A.M.E. Church, located on Park Avenue, will be serving dinner from noon to 7 p.m. Barbecued ribs, chicken and dumplings or oyster fritters will be available for $7.50 for adults; $4 for those 12 and under. 232 Second St., E. Beebe Frazer. This Victorian home was built in 1867 for Franklin Charles Maull, and features a mansard roof, a wood-paneled frieze, stained-glass transom and other  Moon photo The Conwell-Patchell House at 17 Shipcarpenter Square, is one of the homes on the Lewes Historical Society ChriPstmas House Tour on Saturday, Dec. 5. exterior trimmings. Inside are oak church will be open with a display and red pine flooring and authen- of its memorabilia from its tic gas lighting fixtures, archives.They will be serving a $5 St. Peter's Church, Mulberry soup luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 and Second Streets. This historic Continued on page 64