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100 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, Dec. 6 - Dec. 12, 2002 Briefly Dover Country Dancers to host event Dec. 14 The Dover English Country Dancers will hold its monthly dance at 8 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Capitol Grange, South Governor's Avenue, Dover. All dances are taught before they are performed. Couples and singles are welcome. Newcomers Book Nook Submitted photo Serratore wins Coastal Concerts drawing Lou Braithwaite, president of the chamber music organi- zation Coastal Concerts, is shown giving Lewes resident Nick Serratore a gift certificate to The Buttery Restaurant & Bar on Second Street in Lewes. Serratore was the winner at a recent drawing sponsored by Coastal Concerts at the Rosa Lameraux concert held Nov. 2. Three more concerts remain in the five-concert series for 2002-03: The Baroque Ensemble Musica Pacifica on Jan. 25, the Brentano String Quartet March 1, and the Gryphon Pi- ano Trio April 26. Subscriptions for these three concerts are still available by calling 645-1539. Individual tickets at $15 each are also available at the door and in advance of each concert at Stepping Stone, Puzzles and the Lewes Chamber of Commerce, and in Rehoboth Beach at Browseabout Books. Those 18 and under are admitted free at the door. All concerts are held at Bethel Methodist Church Hall, Fourth Street, Lewes. Continued from page 99 company hot on his trail, a friend persuades Jocy and his girlfriend to flee to Mexico. Bowden also portrays Joey as a drug addict, who shot up speed intravenously on a daily basis. One of the most amazing parts of the story deals with Joey's fren- zied trip to New York City for the flight to Acapulco. Joey and his girl are so drugged up they can't remember where their seedy hotel is, and end up sleeping in a parked car. When a taxi driver figures out Check us out on the internet at ................................... " ............ I Illl IIl[lllllllll Illlllll IIIIll THIRD EDITION The Saloon, Seafood & Steak House Serving Great Food & Memories since the 1900's MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL All Drafts $2 during games, FREE Wings during halftime FRIDAY & SATURDAY English Style Prime Rib* Then stay for the Best Dance Party at the beach. DJ Vic will return New Years Eve. SATURDAY NIGHT Dinner Performances December 7 MicheHe Green & Barry Eli 7:00-9:30 New Year s Eve 2 Seatings Reserve Today! MONDAY Blue Plate Specials $9.95 includes salad *while supplies last THURSDAY Swing Night Dinner & Dancing 8:30-Midnight Dance Instruction by Lynn Cattail & music by Mike & the Little Professors SUNDAY 1/2 price sandwiches & burgers at the bar New late night menu until midnight 59 Lake Avenue, Rehoboth Beach o 227-6121 are invited to arrive at 7:30 for an introduction to the basics. Admission is $2 for members and $3 for nonmembers. For more information, call 302-674-2067 or 302-678-3426. Concert to celebrate the season on Dec. 9 The Delaware Valley Chorale will celebrate the season with mu- sic for Christmas and Hanukkah at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Dec. 9, at Wesley College Chapel, Division where they are staying, Joey and his girl lavish him with food, wine and cash. When the police finally catch up with Joey at Kennedy Airport, all butS196,000 of the money had been found. At his trial, Joey was acquitted of all charges. Bowden's newspaper series on Joey resulted in a Hollywood film being made, starring John Cusak, and very loosely based on Joey's escapades. The movie, "Money for Noth- ing" portrayed Joey as a Robin Hood-like cult figure in his neigh- borhood. His acquittal and poten- tial Hollywood celebrity status didn't help Joey. Arrested again and Bradford streets, Dover. The 60-voice choir, based in Wilming- ton, is composed of singers from Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsyl- vania and Maryland. Under the direction of Charles Walker, the chorus will perform portions of "The Laud to the Na- tivity" by Respighi. The concert will conclude with audience par- ticipation in singing carols of the season. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door. For more information, call Cathy Crusco at 302-734-8551. for possession of methampheta- mines. He was in and out of jail and drug treatment centers for several years. Shortly before he was to go on a promotional tour for the movie, Joey hung himself in his home. "Finders Keepers" is a gripping tale of how a $1.2 million wind- fall became a living nightmare for Joey Coyle and many others who touched that money over that 10- day period of hell. Gerry Lore retired to Rehoboth Beach in 1996 after a career with Hoffmann-LaRoche Inc. He is a graduate of Purdue University and Harvard School of Business.