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": Cape Gazette ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30- MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2012 75 NANTICOKE TRIBE CELEBRATES NATIVE AMERICAN DAY THURSDAY $6 PIE NIGHT* Shepherd's Pie / Fisherman's Pie After 4 p.m. FRIDAY $5 LUNCH* Battered Fish Sandwich Available 'til 4 p.m. SUNDAY 1/2 PRICE CHICKEN & CHIPS* Dine,in only STEVEN BILLUPS PHOTOS NOVEMBER IS NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH and the Nanticoke Tribe celebrated the month Nov. 24 at the Oak Orchard museum. The cold, windy weather kept the activities indoors, but the visitors still filled the main room for talks and dancing in between looking through the museum's vast historical Native American artifacts. Talking about music and trib: al language is Urie Ridgeway. Lewes Santa House posts hours starting Dec, 7 - The Santa House, sponsored by the City of Lewes and the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, wilt be open in front of Citizens Bank, at the corner of Second and Bank streets in Lewes, during the following hours this holiday season: 5 to 7 p.m., Fridays, Dec. 7, 14 and 21; and 1 to 4 p.m., Saturdays, Dec. 8,15 and 22. fis 24 REHOBOTH AVE. Downtown Rehoboth Beach 302.226.1044 www.gofishdelaware.com fish + chips 18388 COASTAL HWY. Lewes 302.644.2250 www.gobrit.com Fish f Chip hops Performing the Grass Dance is Matthew Harmon. Urie Ridgeway spoke about the Grass Dance's origins in the Great Plains where grasses swayed in the breeze. The Grass Dancers also flattened the grass at new villages as the tribe followed the an- imals. Start a new Buy a V/s if, t tradition and attend a holiday arts event together! membership, or make a donation ;omeone who loves the arts! for all your arts and entertainment events. over 75 events and shopping opportunities! Life to actually absorb. It seeks ' o f P i' profundity,but frames the high- seas tale with such a plodding, Continued from page 74 obvious device that not only slows down momentum, but al- boat with Richard Parker. so makes absolutely, positively Try to imagine "Cast Away" sure the audience understands it where Wilson could maul Tom all, like a magician inviting his Hanks' character at any given audience onstage during his per- moment, formance to witness every iUu- The two films share the sim- sion. plicity of isolation, but "Pi" plays We are forced to stare at a in the field of fantasy, opening it journalist who wants to write up to a world in which the ocean the now-adult Pi's tale as he re- can be enhanced to become a acts to every word with a blank glowing, watery stage (thanks to stare that does absolutely noth- a school ofbioluminescent jelly- ingfor the film or its momen- fish), a prism of the universe, or tum. If that were not enough, we host of a meerkat-run island that have to have Pi graphically tell looks like a live.action "Mada- us this metaphorical journey all gascar" setting. Thanlffully, we over again, but in all its realism- are never privy to talking beasts grounded glory. (though I must admit, more than It's ironic, really, that a film once I expected James Earl that espouses spiritual fulfill- Jones to grumble a line or two as ment is actually more con- the majestic tiger), cemed with its outer beauty Yet for all the beauty on dis- than what's going on under- play to adore, "Pi" was a difficult neath. The Delaware D: is proud to sup organizations in Biggs Museum of Ameri Capital Ringers Clear Space Theatre Co Coastal Concerts Delaware Choral Societ Delaware Friends of Fo Dover Art League Dover Symphony Orche El Centro Cultural Freeman Stage at Baysfi Inner City Cultural lea{ Milford Community [vision of the Arts oft these your community: mnArt npany ;tra ,ue d Millsboro Art League Mispillion Art League Possum Point Players Rehoboth Art League Rehoboth Beach Film Rehoboth Beach Writer Rehoboth Beach Summ, Schwartz Center for the Arts Second Street Players Smyrna Opera House Southern Delaware Choral Society giety what's happening ; Guild , TO see .~ Children s Theatre in the arts, visit www. DelawareScene.com Delaware Division of the