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South Side Shoot Out

slated for June 1-2

The 2013 South Side Shoot Out

will roll into town Saturday, June

1 and Sunday, June 2 at the south

end of the Indian River Inlet.

The event has become a major

stop on professional skimboarding’s

United Skim Tour. Every

year it attracts 20 to 30 of the

top pros in the world as well as

top amateur skimboarders from

around the east coast.

Riders come to experience the

powerful shore break, unique

linear waves, and the welcoming

vibe Dewey Beach offers as the

1. Mini-charms $6 $3

3. $12 $6

4. $10 $5

6. $10 $5 7. $6 $3

8. $6 $3

9. $6 $3

5. $6 $3

11. $6 $3 12. $16 $8

10. $24 $12

13. $10 $5

28. Filo charm bracelet 7.25” $40 $20, 8.25” $44 $22

30. Open link charm bracelet 7.25” $40 $20, 8.25” $44 $22

32. Anchor 16” $12 $6, 18” $14 $7, 20” $16 $8, 24” $20 $10

34. Light box 16” $12 $6, 18” $14 $7, 20” $16 $8, 24” $20 $10

east coast skimboarding capital.

Each day kicks off with a

rider's meeting at 8:30 a.m., followed

by the start of competition

at 9 a.m.

The event is sponsored by Zap

Skimboards, Cross Fit Rehoboth,

L-Town Surf & Earth, Moe's

Southwest Grill, Beach Paper,

Cape Gazette and the Dewey

Beach Lions Club.

For more information, go to or call 302-

227-4011. DAN COOK PHOTO

PRO STEVEN BRADFORD of Largo, Fla., gets air during the 2011 South Side Shoot Out.

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4 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper

One piece or two? The swimsuit conundrum!


am now over the age of 25, and I am

comfortable with that. Most of my

friends still wear two-piece bathing

suits, and I think we all look really good

in them. But I have also noticed some

people making the switch from twopiece

suits to tankinis or one-piece suits.

That got my brain working. Why do

people choose the swimsuits they do?

What’s the deal with making the switch?

Does this happen naturally or do we

feel an expectation to don a one piece

because we are of a certain age, size, or

simply because one has kids?

What are the one piece/ two piece

rules? Are there any? I know I am not

the only person who has wondered

about this situation. (Men have it so

easy in this regard, don’t they?) For me,

well, I do both. I can wear a two piece

with the rest of them, but I also have a

one piece that I wear when the mood

strikes me. I like them both.

In my search for the answer to swimsuit

selection I thought I should consult

with some professionals. I went to two

Fenwick Island swimsuit stores, Bikinis

& More as well as Body Double to find

out what people are buying and how to

make the choice between the two and

whether you need to choose at all!

Deanne Damus at Bikinis & More admits

that for each woman, the decision

is personal. “Body shape and comfort

level determines what women buy,” she

said. She says that separates help most

women find the perfect fit as well as

giving good selection. When deciding

on a suit, consider your level of activity

as well. If you are a sun goddess and

prefer to bask in the rays, then you don’t

need a lot of support. But if you are a

swimmer or beach sport kind of gal,

you might want a suit that gives more


Nancy Peschek Ruppert, owner at

Body Double, talked about the pros and

cons of different styles. “One pieces can

be more flattering, but it also comes

down to torso length, which is why

tankinis are so popular,” she said. “They

can also be more comfortable.” She also

says that the reason most people choose

a two piece has to do with comfortability.

“Most people just want to be comfortable,”

she said, and when it comes


IN THE END, what it all comes down to is

how you see yourself. If you feel good in a two

piece, rock it out, and if you feel delicious in a

one piece, go for that.

down to it, the two piece wins the day

for ease of movement.

In the end, what it all comes down to

is how you see yourself. If you feel good

in a two piece, rock it out, and if you

feel delicious in a one piece, go for that.

Today, there are tons of takes on a variety

of styles that will have you looking

fantastic on the beach no matter what

you choose. And don’t forget, whenever

you are enjoying the hot sun of summer,

wear your sunscreen!

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ON THE COVER: Lucas McCoy, left, and

Daniel O’Connor try to get last-second

tricks in during their quarterfinal heat of

the junior men’s competition at the Zap

Amateur World Championships of Skimboarding

in Dewey Beach.



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‘The Wizard of Oz’ opens RSCT June 30 in Rehoboth

Four different plays rotate at

three locations through Aug. 27

The Rehoboth Summer

Children’s Theatre brightens

the summer season with four

sparkling plays for family audiences.

From the Land of Oz to

Nottingham Forest, theatergoers

can follow a trail lined with

humor, adventure and breathtaking

action. “The Wizard of

Oz” opens the series Sunday,

June 30. Then one by one, each

play joins the schedule. “Robin

Hood” premieres July 2. “Jack

and the Beanstalk” starts July 5.

“Millie and the Orange Dragon”

takes the stage for the first time

July 15. The four shows continue

to rotate throughout the

summer through Aug. 27.

The 32nd season of RSCT

features three convenient loca-










Kaya Wellness &

Yoga to host free

First Friday June 7

Kaya Wellness & Yoga, 301

Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach

will host a free First Friday musical

and dance performance by

local composer Guillermo Silveira

from 6 to 8:30 p.m., June 7.

The instrumentation includes

synthesizer, crystal bowls, brass

bowl and percussion instru-




Downtown · Rehoboth Beach

Sun. - Mon. 11:30 - 9

Fri. & Sat. 11:30 - 10


tions. Audiences in downtown

Rehoboth can enjoy Sunday

evening shows at the Clear

Space Theater, 20 Baltimore

Ave. in Rehoboth Beach.

On Tuesday evenings and

Wednesday mornings, plays are

performed in Epworth Methodist

Church just off Route 1 near

the Seaside Outlets. Each play

is presented in Lewes at the

Lewes Presbyterian Church, 133

Kings Highway.

All of the productions are

staged in the unique, dynamic

two-actor format that has been

delighting family members of

all ages since 1980. Imaginative

staging, lightning-quick costume

changes and a lively sense

of humor are the hallmarks of

these spirited shows. Performers

bring the familiar stories of

Dorothy and Toto, Jack and the

Giant, and Robin and his Merry

Men to life. “Millie and the

Orange Dragon” is a new show,

featuring a serving girl who

befriends a very misunderstood

lizard. See the complete schedule

at rehobothchildrenstheatre.

org. Tickets to all shows are $10.

To buy tickets call 302-227-6766

or go to the website.

ments for audience participation.

First Friday will include various

activities, free chair massage and

a chance to socialize with fellow


It will be followed by a community


Participants should bring a

drink or dish to share. Come 30

minutes before the performance

for free yogic philosophy discussion.

June's topic is Living Your


For more information, call

302-227-3450 or email info@



Sun. - Mon. 11 - 9

Fri. & Sat. 11 - 10





STEVE SEYFRIED AS THE SCARECROW meets Sarah Gafgen as Dorothy on the Yellow Brick Road in RSCT's "The

Wizard of Oz."

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and receive FREE daily passes; limit 4 per vehicle.

Or catch the bus from any stop along the route for

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Most routes run from

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6 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper

Downtown dining

to fit every budget

Rehoboth Beach cherishes

its fine-dining

restaurants. Indeed, it is

through their efforts that The

Nation’s Summer Capital (that’s

us) has become a respected

culinary destination. Even the

snooty James Beard Foundation

has noticed our chefs and


But nightly visits to the

Blue Moon, Back Porch Café,

Victoria’s, Espuma, Red Square,

Eden, Zebra or a(MUSE.) may

be a bit prohibitive for the

average family on vacation.

America Takes

Flight June

9-13 in Lewes

Mankind’s age-old quest to

understand air and space and

travel through them will be

brought to life during Delaware’s

15th annual Chautauqua

tent show, America Takes

Flight, Sunday to Thursday,

June 9 to 13, at a variety of

downtown Lewes locations.

A unique mixture of education

and entertainment,

Lewes’ Chautauqua will be held

under a large tent at the Lewes

Historical Society Complex,

110 Shipcarpenter St., and will

feature re-enactors who take

on the personas of celebrated



Beautiful 167 acres located on Rehoboth Bay


Day Camps: 4 & 5 Day

(8am - 6:30pm)

Resident Camps: 1 & 2 Week

So what about the mid-priced

spots downtown that still put

out good food? There’s got

to be something in between

yelling into a speaker out on

the highway and the artfully

crafted, yet understandably

pricey creations from the likes

of Cameron, Feeley, Gardner,

McNitt and Caputo, just to

name a few.

Norman and Eric’s Summer

House and Salt Air dish up consistent

quality and reasonable

prices, while Doug and Lisa

keep the affordable flags flying

at Pig & Fish Restaurant Company.

You never know what

you’re going to see on the menu

at punk band musician/chef

Justine Zegna’s Planet X – but

it will be a little quirky and real

tasty. At Hobos, Chef Gretchen

puts out the welcome mat for

food allergies and offbeat dining


Joe and Chris continue their

tradition of quality seafood at

their crazy crowded Henlopen

City Oyster House, while

across the street Confucius’

made-to-order dishes echo

the cuisine of Hunan Province

where Shawn and Danielle


PAT JORDAN will portray Amelia

Earhart at 7 p.m., Sunday, June 9.

historical figures, educating and

entertaining audiences as they

bring the past to life. Audience

members are encouraged to ask

questions and interact with the

featured characters.

This year's presentations, all

by re-enactors of the American

Historical Theatre, occur

at 7 p.m., June 9-13. For more

information call 302-645-1148 or

go to

events/chautauqua to download

the program file.

Activities include: Climbing Wall,

Zipline, High & Low Rope Courses,

Tubing, Boating & Sailing.

Environmental Programs &

Non-Denominational Christian Education Programs


Xiong grew up. Bryan serves

great shepherd’s pie at the very

yellow and very green Stoney

Lonen, and Arena’s can always

be depended on for a good

sandwich (and nachos!). Ditto

for Purple Parrot – just add

hilarious entertainment.

Mexican food is walletfriendly,

and downtown steps

up to the plate with Yolanda

Pineda’s Mariachi, Joe and Darryl’s

Dos Locos, Gladys Fernandez’

Cilantro and Leo Cabrera’s

newly liquor-licensed Modern

Mixture. The ocean block is

a gold mine of happy wallets,

including Jeff and Mark’s

JAM Bistro, Mike and Debra’s

Debacle, Pete and Ginger’s

MIXX, Tony’s Tuscan Grill and

the Mediterranean flavored

Semra’s and Café Azafrán (say

hi to Holly Lane behind the

bar). Around the third block

you’ll find the very Irish Finbar’s,

Sam and Mariah’s Dogfish

Head Brewings and Eats, John

& John’s Rigby’s, Matt Haley’s

Lupo di Mare, Susan and Bob’s

Cultured Pearl and Stingray

(the sushi joint with the Latino


So treat yourself to Rehoboth’s

high-end treasures,

but if your budget demands,

our mid-priced eateries won’t


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8 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper

Lewes may get dragon boat races

Organizers must

agree not to

damage city park

By Henry J. Evans Jr.

Lewes Mayor and City Council

were close to pulling the

plug and sinking a dragon boat

racing event after council raised

numerous questions about

damage the race could cause.

Dragon boat race organizers,

representing Sussex Academy

Foundation, were Krista Griffin,

Gina Derrickson, Stuart Griffin

and Joe Schell, who each took

a turn at the podium during

the May 20 mayor and council

meeting to answer questions

and provide details about how

the event would work.

City officials’ primary concern

is the crowds dragon boat

race events draw and the possibility

that Canalfront Park could

Monday tours of DeBraak hull start June 3

Beginning June 3 and continuing

through Oct. 14, the

Delaware Division of Historical

and Cultural Affairs will offer

regularly scheduled Monday

lecture/tours of the hull of His

Majesty’s Sloop DeBraak, a British

warship that was escorting

and protecting a convoy of

British and American merchant

ships en route to the United

States when it capsized and was

lost off the Delaware coast on

May 25, 1798.

Lecture/tours, which are limited

to 10 visitors per program,

will take place at 10 a.m. and 1

p.m. on the following Mondays:

June 3, 17 and 24; July 1, 8, 15,

22 and 29; Aug. 5, 12, 19 and 26;

Sept. 9, 16, 23 and 30; and Oct. 7

and 14. No programs will take

place on June 10 or Sept. 2.

All lecture/tours begin at the

Zwaanendael Museum, located

at 102 Kings Highway in Lewes,

where a lecture on the ship

will be presented in conjunction

with A Seaborne Citizenry:

The DeBraak and Its Atlantic

World, an exhibit that has

been on display at the museum

since Dec. 1, 2012. The exhibit

tells the story of the vessel, its

crew and the historical context

within which it operated in the

late 18th century.

Ticketholders will then be

transported, via van, to the

DeBraak hull facility in nearby

Cape Henlopen State Park for a

curator-led tour of the surviving

section of the ship’s hull.

Nonrefundable tickets for the

lecture/tours are $10 per person,

restricted to persons age

10 and above, and are available

through Shop Delaware at shop.

For additional information,

call 302-645-1148.

sustain significant damage.

Using a slide show presentation,

Krista Griffin said a

dragon boat is 46 feet long and

has a crew of 20 – 10 rows of

two paddlers, a drummer who

sits in front and provides a

beat for rowing cadence, and

a steersman who uses a sweep

oar to control the boat.

Griffin said event organizers

are working to recruit racing

teams from local businesses

and nonprofit organizations to


The races are scheduled to

start around 11 a.m., Sunday,

Sept. 15.

She said organizers want

30 to 40 teams to participate.

Mayor Jim Ford said 30 teams

would be 660 people, and there

would be an unknown number

of spectators.

Councilman Ted Becker said

he recently saw a dragon boat

race event in Washington, D.C.,

and spoke to organizers.

“They said a first-time event

The Zwaanendael Museum,

as well as the curation of the

DeBraak hull and its associated

artifact collection, is administered

by the Division of Historical

and Cultural Affairs, an

agency of the state of Delaware.

could draw upward of 3,000

people,” Becker told Griffin.

She said the Lewes race

would be a “modified” event

and would not draw crowds like

races in D.C., Philadelphia or

New York.

Council continued to raise

concerns about Canalfront Park

damage and appeared set to

torpedo the plan.

Finally, Joe Schell told the

panel the park would handle the

event without any problems.

“The park was created to bring

people together. If the grass gets

a little beat up, it’ll be fine,” he


In the end, the panel voted 4-1

to approve the race if organizers

write an agreement acceptable

to city officials stating they will

pay to repair any damage the

event causes and submit the

agreement before the end of


Councilwoman Bonnie Osler

voted against approval.

AN ARTISTIC RENDITION by Peggy Kane of the DeBraak's capsizing.

6 Week Kid Yoga Class

Ages 7-13

Monday 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Starting June 10th

6 Week Introduction to

Ashtanga Yoga

Monday night 6-7 p.m.

Starting June 10th

Primary funding for division

programs and services is provided

by annual appropriations

from the Delaware General

Assembly and grants from the

National Park Service, a federal


Ashtanga Yoga Challenge 6/4 - 6/28

7-8 a.m. Tuesday - Friday

Psychology of the Chakras System

3-6 p.m. July 13

Route 1 Lewes, DE

302-645-7053 ·


THE CITY OF LEWES might host fall dragon boat races if race organizers

agree to repair any damage the Canalfront Park might sustain.

It’s One YOU

Should Run!

The 10th Annual

DFRC Blue Gold All Star

5K Run/1 Mile Walk


Race Begins at Irish Eyes • Lewes, DE

All proceeds benefit the

Delaware Foundation for Reaching

Children with DisABILITIES

Post Race Party Sponsored by

Irish Eyes, Lewes

To register, visit

Beach Paper THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 9

Lewes Garden Tour

in full bloom June 15

The Lewes Chamber of

Commerce and Visitors Bureau

sponsors its 23rd annual Lewes

Garden Tour featuring unique

and private gardens from 10

a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, June 15.

Twenty-three years ago the

late Mary Vessels, her brother

Jack and sister-in-law Mickey

conceived the idea to share

some of the marvelous hidden


For more information:


gardens of Lewes with neighbors

and visitors. Originally

named the Zwaanendael Heritage

Garden Tour, it took place

June 23, 1990. Thirteen years

ago, the event was honored

with a Governor’s Tourism

Award for Outstanding One

Day Event.

The seven private gardens

on this year’s tour were selected

by Tour Chair Carolyn

Marshall. Five of this year’s

gardens are in or near the

historic district, and many of

them are in walking distance of

Zwaanendael Park where the

Garden Market and the chamber’s

visitor center are located.

Two of the gardens are on the

Lewes Beach side of the canal.

Lewes’ newest public garden

will also be on the tour. The

Children’s Learning Garden is

a new initiative by Lewes in

Bloom, the award-winning volunteer

organization responsible

for the beautification of Lewes,

which is now in its 11th year.

The raised-bed garden includes

various shapes and sizes of

planting beds.

There are also barrels, a potting

table, a work table and a

compost bin to teach children

how to make compost and

learn the benefits of using this

natural material to feed plants.

The garden was designed,

developed and constructed by

volunteer labor.

In addition to the Garden

Market where more than 40

vendors will be selling gardenrelated

items during the tour,

artists will be in the tour gardens

painting, and tour-goers

can enjoy beverages and lunch

provided by Café Amici in the

refreshment tent in Zwaanendael


Coffee service begins at

8 a.m. During the tour, free

shuttle service is available for


Local artist Libby Zando

will be painting in one of the

gardens. Fiber artist Sarah

Pavlik, whose work has been on

display at the Children’s Beach

House and at Biblion on Second

Street, will be in another of the

gardens this year. Members

of the Cape Artists will be

painting in some of the other

gardens; among them are Jean

Bowers, Gerry Gaskill and Ellen


Tickets for the tour are $20

in advance and $25 the day of

the tour. They are on sale at the

Lewes Chamber of Commerce

visitor center in the Fisher-

Martin House in Zwaanendael

Park next to the Zwaanendael


For more information on

the tour or to order tickets in

advance, call 302-645-8073.

10 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper

Beachy Diversions


AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18

Aquarius, you crave change this week,

even if it is something small and mundane.

Figure out something you can do on a

small level to incorporate change into

your day.

PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20

You may be inclined to help your community

this week, Pisces. There are bound

to be plenty of places to share your time.

ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20

Aries, planning is going well and you have

been following through with your responsibilities.

Expect to tweak a few things in

the days to come.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21

Taurus, open up to a trusted friend to

regarding a significant decision you have

to make this week. This friend can provide

some valuable perspective.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21

A barrage of new ideas makes you a hot

item this week, Gemini. Your brain is work-


ing overtime and you may be shocked at

what you come up with.

CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22

Cancer, expect to see eye-to-eye with

your significant other this week. You will

be on the same page and this will help to

strengthen your relationship.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23

Leo, embrace the opinions of those closest

to you. Those opinions might differ from

your own, but they may also provide you

with some important perspective.

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22

Try something different this week, Virgo.

It may mean taking a new route to work

or trying a new food. Try something that

is out of your element and you may find

you like it.

Chocolate Coconut Meringues make a light little treat

This recipe for “Chocolate Coconut

Meringues,” courtesy of,

makes light and airy cookies - a perfect

little treat that’s not too heavy.

Chocolate Coconut Meringues

Yields: 30 cookies

• 4 large egg whites

• 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar

• 1/4 teaspoon coconut extract or imitation

coconut extract

• 1/4 teaspoon almond extract

• 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

• 1/8 teaspoon salt

• 1 cup sugar

• 1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder

• 2 tablespoons semisweet chocolate

chips or finely chopped chocolate

• 2 tablespoons trans-fat-free white

chocolate chips or finely chopped

white chocolate, such as Sunspire

1. Position racks in upper and lower


Fun By The Numbers

Like puzzles? Then you’ll love sudoku. This mind-bending

puzzle will have you hooked from the moment you square

off, so sharpen your pencil and put your sudoku savvy to

the test!

Here’s How It Works:

Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down

into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers

1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each

number can appear only once in each row, column and

box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers

will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in

the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets

to solve the puzzle.

thirds of oven; preheat to 250 F. Line

2 large baking sheets with parchment

paper or nonstick baking mats.

2. Beat egg whites, cream of tartar,

coconut, almond and vanilla extracts,

and salt in a large bowl with an electric

mixer on medium-high speed until

combined. Gradually beat in sugar, 2

tablespoons at a time, beating until

stiff, shiny peaks form, 6 to 8 minutes.

3. Sift cocoa over the mixture and gently

fold together with a rubber spatula


until combined.

4. Spoon the meringue into a gallon-size

sealable bag (or pastry bag fitted with

a 1/2-inch tip). Seal the bag, pressing

out as much air as possible. Cut a

1/2-inch hole in one corner of the bag.

Pipe the meringue into 2-inch circles,

about 1 inch apart, on the prepared

baking sheets.

5. Bake on the upper and lower racks for

50 minutes. Turn off the heat and let

the meringues stand in the oven with

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23

You will be full of energy this week and

ready to handle anything that comes your

way, Libra. When you get on a roll, you

may find you have some admirers.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22

Scorpio, the coming week may try your

patience. Relax when the week starts to

prove too stressful, and you will make

it through the week with your peace of

mind intact.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21

Keep listening when others around you are

talking, Sagittarius. You can learn valuable

lessons just by keeping a trained ear on

the conversation and use this information

later on.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20

Capricorn, you may have big plans this

week but that doesn’t mean you can leave

all other responsibilities by the wayside.

If you can’t get to things yourself, then


the door closed until completely dry,

about 11/2 hours.

6. Melt semisweet and white chocolate

(see Tips & Techniques) and drizzle or

pipe onto the cooled meringues. Let

stand until it sets.

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Division of Fish and Wildlife seeks entries for photo contest


deadline Oct. 15

The DNREC Division of Fish

and Wildlife announces its

2013 Delaware Fishing Photo

Contest. The winning photo

will be featured on the cover

or inside of the 2014 Delaware

Fishing Guide to be published

next spring.

A judging panel comprised

of DNREC staff will look for

photos that best portray this

year’s contest theme, Conservationists

Enjoying the Outdoors.

Judges also will be looking at

technical criteria including

resolution, clarity and composition.

“After the success of last

year’s contest, we are hoping

that once again photographers

from all over the state will

share some of their best images

with us, so we can share them

with the fishing public,” said

Division of Fish and Wildlife








Deadline near

for Delmarva

on View contest

The deadline is fast approaching

for the Friends of

the Lewes Library’s 4th annual

Delmarva On View: Delaware,

Maryland & Virginia In Photographs

Benefit Photo Contest

& Show. The contest is open

to entries through Friday, June

Director David Saveikis. “This

year we look forward to photos

that catch the conservation

actions of anglers as they enjoy

our great outdoors.”

The contest is open to Delaware

residents of all ages, with

a maximum of three entries per

person. To be eligible, photographs

must have been taken in

Delaware. Portrait orientation

is preferred; landscape photos,

if chosen among contest

winners, may be cropped for


Entries may be mailed to the

DNREC Division of Fish and

Wildlife, Attention: Crystal

Beck, 89 Kings Highway,

Dover, DE 19901. All entries

must be postmarked or delivered

by Tuesday, Oct. 15, and

must include a completed and

signed entry form and photo

release form. Information and

forms are available at www.

FWphoto_contest.aspx and

the Fish and Wildlife Facebook

page, search Delaware Fish &

Wildlife, or may be requested

by calling Crystal Beck at 302-

739-9911 or emailing crystal.

Photos must be submitted

as 8-by-10-inch paper or photo

quality prints, with no frames

or mats and no markings or

signatures on the front or back.

Winning entries must be avail-

14, and the show's opening

reception and ceremony will be

held Saturday, June 22 at 5 p.m.

The exhibition will continue

through August 31.

The dynamic exhibit will feature

several new subjects representing

the people and places

of the Delmarva Peninsula.

Favorite categories of wildlife

and history have been joined

by new categories celebrating

a range of activity across the

peninsula. Categories include:

Black & White; Delmarva Icons

Continued on page 14

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able in a digital version with

resolution of 300 dpi or greater.

Normal processing of RAW image

files, minimal cropping and

minor adjustments to color and

contrast are acceptable. HDR

and focus stacking are permitted

as long as manipulation is

disclosed upon entry. Nothing

should be added to the image

or, aside from dust spots, taken


The entrant must hold all

rights to the photograph and

must not infringe on the rights

of any other person. Images

that involve unlawful harm to

fish or damage to the environ-

ment should not be submitted

and will not be accepted.

Entries will not be returned.

The division’s 2013 Hunting

Photo Contest will accept

entries from Sunday, Sept. 1, to

Friday, Jan. 31, 2014, with similar


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Steppin’ Out »


• Bottle & Cork: 1807 Highway One. Friday, May

31 - Lez Zeppelin; Saturday, June 1 - Jam with Split

Decision, Total Whiteout and Beat City; Friday, June

7 - 2U-U2 Tribute; Saturday, June 8 - Jam with Total

Whiteout, Green Line Inbound and Face Parade;

Thursday, June 13 - Blackberry Smoke; Friday, June 14

- The Legwarmers; Saturday, June 15 - Jam with GoGo

Gadjet, Split Dicision and The Slamm; Friday, June 21

- George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelics; Sunday,

June 23 - The Wailers; Thursday, June 27 - Jimmy’s

Chicken Shack 20th Anniversary Tour; Friday, June

28 - GoGo Gadjet; Saturday, June 29 - Jam with Split

Decision and Karma; Sunday, June 30 - Rusted Root

with Lovebettie. 227-7272.

• Hammerheads: 1818 Coastal Hwy. Thursdays -

Let’s Do Trivia, 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays - DJ

music. 227-7325.

• Jimmy’s Grille: 1911 Coastal Hwy. Every Monday

(starting June 19) - Kalia King & Friends.Friday, May

31 - James & Matt; Saturday, June 1 - Angelee; Friday,

June 7 - Jim & Melissa (of Semiblind); Saturday, June

8 - Mandi & English Mike; Friday, June 14 - Cliff Hillis;

Saturday, June 15 - The Slamm acoustic; Wednesday,

June 19 - Open mike with Kalia King; Thursday,

June 20 - Rick & Pete; Friday, June 21 - Jaimie

Tillman; Saturday, June 22 - The Rockets acoustic;

Wednesday, June 26 - Open Mike Night with Kalia

King; Saturday, June 29 - Mandi & English Mike. 302-


• Rusty Rudder: 113 Dickinson Ave. Friday, May 31

- My Hero Zero; Saturday, June 1 - Kristen and the

Noise; Sunday, June 2 - Total Whiteout; Monday,

June 3 - Joe Daphne, Marty & Friends; Thursday, June

6 - Love Seed Mama Jump with DJ Hector; Friday,

June 7 - Blue Label (featuring Jefe); Saturday, June

8 - Kristen and the Noise; Monday, June 10 - Joe

Daphne, Marty & Friends; Thursday, June 13 - Love

Seed Mama Jump with DJ Hector; Saturday, June 15 -

Split Decision; Monday, June 17 - Joe Daphne, Marty

& Friends; Thursday, June 20 - Love Seed Mama

Jump with DJ Hector; Monday, June 25 - Joe Daphne

& Friends; Thursday, June 27 - Love Seed Mama Jump

with DJ Hector; Friday, June 28 - Blue Label (featuring

Jefe); Saturday, June 29 - TBA; Sunday, June 30 -

GoGo Gadjet. 227-3888.

• The Starboard: 2009 Hwy. One. Wednesdays -

DJ Deogee; Thursdays - DJ John Hardy; Friday - DJ

John Hardy for Happy Hour, 5-8 p.m.; Fridays and

Saturdays - DJ Red Dog. 227-4600.

• Woody’s Dewey Beach Bar & Grill: 1904 Hwy.

One. Fridays - DJ Hype; Saturdays - DJ Uneek. 302-



• 16 Mile Brewery: 413 S. Bedford St. Friday, May 31

- Anthony Carmen. 302-253-8816.


• Annabella’s: 1201 Savannah Road. Fridays Nick

Wayne, 6-9 p.m. Sundays - Sol Knopf, 5:30-8:30 p.m.


• Bethany Blues: 18385 Coastal Highway. Thursdays

- Let’s Do Trivia, 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 31 - A Special

Moment: CD release event for Connor Filicko with

special guests Clarence Spady and Elwood Bishop;

Saturday, June 1 - Fabulous Shockley Brothers; Friday,

June 7 - Anthony “Swamp Dog” Clark; Saturday, June

8 - Three Sheets Acoustic; Friday, June 14 - New Pony

Horn Band; Saturday, June 15 - ginger Band; Friday,

June 21 - Bumper Jacksons; Saturday, June 22 - Peter

Karp and Sue Foley; Friday, June 28 - Nothin’ But

Trouble; Saturday, June 29 - Splashing Pearls. 644-


• Gray Hare Tavern: Route 24. Sundays - Jerry

Hludzik, DJ Shubie and Karaoke with Nancy. Mondays

- Resort Poker. Tuesdays - Pool tournament.

Wednesdays - Freshly Squeezed. Friday, May 31 -

Drink Drank Drunk and DJ Porky; Saturday, June 1 -

Tony Mowen, DJ Shubie and Glass Onion; Thursday,

June 6 - Jerry Hludzik and The Dug (9 p.m.); Friday,

June 7 - Jerry Hludzik, The Wise Guys and DJ Porky;

Saturday, June 8 - Tony Mowen and DJ Shubie;

Thursday, June 13 - Jerry Hludzik and Semi Blind;

Friday, June 14 - Jerry Hludzik and DJ Porky; Saturday,

June 15 - Tony Mowen, DJ Shubie and Mari Hill Band;

Thursday, June 20 - Bill Libkey and The Dug; Friday,

June 21 - Billy Libkey, DJ Porky and Karaoke; Saturday,

June 22 - Tony Mowen and Semi Blind; Thursday,

June 27 - Billy Libkey and Semi Blind; Sundasy, June

30 - Billy Libkey, DJ Shubie and The Wise Guys. 645-


• Grotto Pizza Grand Slam: 17467 Coastal Hwy.

Tuesdays - Let’s Do Trivia, 7 p.m. 645-4900

• Irish Eyes at Anglers: Anglers Road. Saturday,

June 1 - The Elwood Band; Sunday, June 2 - The

Shockley Brothers Duo; Thursday, June 6 - Ed

Shockley and Keith Mack; Saturday, June 8 - The

Movies; Sunday, June 9 - Pub Crawl; Thursday, June

13 - 33 and 1/3; Saturday, June 15 - The Wise Guys;

Sunday, June 16 - The Stims; Thursday, June 20 - Big

Hat No Cattle; Saturday, June 22 - Fiction 20 Down;


• Jerry’s Seafood: 108 Second St. Friday, May 24 -

Copper Sky; Saturday, May 25 - Capt’n NoMo; Friday,

May 31 - Shore Jazz. 645-6611


• Sandbar: 7 Cove Village Center, Long Neck Rd.

Wednesdays - DJ Hoss, 9 p.m. Thursdays - DJ Jazzy,

9 p.m.; Sundays - Go With the Flo, 8 p.m. Friday, May

24 - Glass Onion; Saturday, May 25 - Loud Love;

Friday May 31 - Crossing Delmar; Saturday, June 1 -

Go with the Flo. 945-4001.


• Bay Leaf Restaurant: 200 Broadkill Rd. Fridays -

Adult Dinner Dance 6-10 p.m. with DJ Sky Brady, buffet

dinner, tunes from ‘60s to today, tickets $25; call

for reservations. 302-684-5200.

• Irish Eyes Pub and Restaurant: 105 Union St.

Live music returns in May; Fridays - Let’s Do Trivia,

8:30 p.m., and karaoke. Saturdays - Live music on the

patio/Club 684 with DJ Static, 10 p.m. 684-8889.


• Arena’s: 149 Rehoboth Ave., in the Village by the

Sea Mall. Mondays - Let’s Do Trivia, 7 p.m.; Fridays -

Live music. 227-1272.

• The Beachcomber Restaurant & Club: 19598

Highway One. Friday, May 31 - Familiar Soul. 227-


• Big Chill Surf Cantina: 19406 Coastal Hwy. 302-


• Charcoal Grill: 19287 Miller Road. Saturday, June

8 - One Dame Funny Evening featuring impersonator

Scott Mason as Dame Edna. Dinner at 7 p.m.; show at

8:15 p.m. Tickets $15. 302-260-9615.

Scott Mason as Dame Edna will appear Saturday,

June 8 at The Charcoal Grill on Route

1 in Rehoboth.

THE BACON BROTHERS will perform Thursday, May 30 at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach.

• Delaware Distilling Company: 18693 Coastal

Hwy. Thursday, May 30 - Live jazz featuring Cape

grad Cody Leavell, who recently joined the Glenn

Miller Orchestra as first chair, tenor saxophone player.


• Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats: 320 Rehoboth

Ave. Friday, May 31 - The Bernie Worrell Orchestra

with Lower Case Blues; Saturday, June 1 - Bill

Callahan; Friday, June 7 - Nothin But Trouble;

Saturday, June 8 - The Snails; Friday, June 14 - Atlas

Road Crew. 226-BREW.

• Frogg Pond: South First Street. Mondays - Pete

Wiedmann, 10 p.m.; Tuesdays - Karaoke at 9 p.m.;

Wednesdays - Open-mike night with BJ Muntz at 10

p.m.; Thursdays - Trivia at 7 p.m. and karaoke at 10

p.m.; Sundays - Lower Case Blues, 10 p.m. 227-2234.

• Hooked: 18585 Coastal Hwy. Friday, May 31 -

Karen Murdock. 302-827-4944.

Irish Eyes: 52 Rehoboth Ave. Tuesdays - Lower Case

Blues. Fridays - Guess What? Trivia, 9 p.m. Friday,

May 31 - Jerry Hludzik; Saturday, June 1 - Nathan

Johnson; Friday, June 7 - Keith white Duo; Saturday,

June 8 - Pub Crawl; Friday, June 14 - Jason Wilcox;

Saturday, June 15 - TBA; Friday, June 21 - Landing

Mary; Saturday, June 22 - Paul Lewis & Al Duo. 227-


• Nicola Pizza on the Avenue: 71 Rehoboth Ave.

Tuesdays - Let’s Do Trivia, 7:30 p.m. 226-1393.

• Purple Parrot: 134 Rehoboth Ave. Every Sunday

Tisha Towers’ Birdcage Bad Girls; Friday and Saturday

karaoke. 226-1139.

• Seafood Shack: 42 1/2 Baltimore Ave. Thursdays

- Cathy Gorman, 7 to 10 p.m. Sunday and Monday

John Flynn, 7:30-10:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday live

music, 8:30 p.m. 227-5881.

• 1776: Midway Shopping Center. Wednesdays -

Cathy Gorman, 6-9 p.m. 645-6611.

• Summer House: 228 Rehoboth Ave. Fridays and

Saturdays - DJ JY. 227-3895.

• Victoria’s Restaurant: Boardwalk Plaza, Olive Ave.

Fridays - Jeff Irwin on piano, 6-10 p.m.; Saturdays -

Jeff Irwin on piano and Dr. Bob on bass, 6-10 p.m.


• Zogg’s: 1 Wilmington Ave. Wednesdays - DJ, 10

p.m. Fridays - Live acoustic music, 10 p.m. Saturdays -

DJ, 10 p.m. 227-7660.

Bill Callahan will take the stage Saturday, June 2 at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth.

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Thoughts on the Xbox

One announcement


originally planned to list all

there is to know about Microsoft’s

new console so far.

However, you have probably

read that all over the internet

already. Instead, I’m going to

give you my thoughts on the

Xbox One reveal.

I don’t think the big reveal

excited core gamers. Although,

I don’t think that was Microsoft’s

intention for this confer-

Soul bluesman

Filicko to perform

May 31 in Lewes

Bethany Blues in Lewes will

host a CD release event at 8:30

p.m., Friday, May 31, to introduce

16-year-old soul bluesman

Conner Filicko. His album,

"New Soul," will introduce him

and his group, the Old Soul

Blues Band, to Delaware.

The first person to use a

harmonica as the primary

instrument in a blues band was

John Lee Curtis, aka Sonny

Boy Williamson, born in 1914.

His original recordings were

considered to be in the country

blues style, but he soon

demonstrated skill at making

ence. They want everyone in

your household to be able to

enjoy this system, including

non-gamers. They highlighted

all of the cool things you can

do with television, which is

appealing to people besides

just gamers. Here’s the problem:

People aren’t going to

buy a gaming console just to

watch TV and Skype with their


Remember the Wii U, Nintendo’s

newest console that

is struggling to stay afloat? It

has this thing called TVii, and

it does everything with television

that Xbox One is claiming

it will do. As we all know,

the Wii U isn’t selling so well.

Why? Because of its small game

library. The same thing is going

to happen to XBO (I'm coining

this term) if they don’t deliver

on games.

On the other hand, if Microsoft

can bring promising, nongimmicky,

non-Kinect titles to

XBO, this console could be a

big hit. I thought that the Wii U

harmonica a lead instrument

for the blues, and popularized it

for the first time in a more urban

blues setting. He has been

called "the father of modern

blues harp” and is one of those

traditionalists whose music first

influenced Conner. "New Soul"

pays homage to a Sonny Boy

song that has become a blues

standard, “Good Morning Little

School Girl."

When he was 13, Conner’s

mom purchased his first

harmonica, and Conner sat in

the family’s small computer

room and emulated the sounds

of Little Walter, Sonny Boy

Williamson (I and II), James

Cotton and Junior Wells from

YouTube videos and from

various recordings. When he

turned 14, he began to sit in

with blues bands at Bethany

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would be a big hit, but because

of the focus on 3DS games and

lack of Wii U titles, it’s not doing

so hot.

Ah well, that’s a topic for

another column.

As for the name, I don’t care

for it. I understand that it’s supposed

to be the “One” device

you need in your living room,

but that’s not the reality for

most people. I’m still going to

have my Xbox 360 in my living

room because Xbox One isn’t

backwards compatible. I’m also

Blues. One of the visiting musicians,

Grandy Champion, a 2010

International Blues Challenge

winner, called Conner the “new

soul of the harp.” Conner has

now played in various venues

throughout the state including

Saint Georges Country Store in

Saint Georges and the Queen

Theater in Wilmington, and he

continues to drop in at Bethany

Blues to sit in with the bands as

much as possible.

Joining him for the performance

will be New York Blues

Hall of Fame guitarist Clarence

Spady, bass player and No

Byscuyts band leader Elwood

Bishop and No Byscuyts drummer

Keith Brooks, and special

guest keyboardist Vinnie


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Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in July and August. The last tour of the year is Friday, September 6.

At the UD campus, students study life from the coastal marshes to deep ocean floors via satellites, ships and underwater

vehicles. Fisheries, horseshoe crabs, alien invaders, coral reefs, wind resources and much more.

Ages 10 and up should register the day before, or Friday for a Monday tour. For more information call 645 4234.

going to have my PlayStation 3

and PlayStation 4, Wii U, and

so on. So, it’s not the “One” device

I need in my living room.

All in all, though, the name of

a console doesn’t really mean


I think they are reserving

the big game announcements

for E3, which happens in just a

few weeks. They did mention

that there will be 15 exclusives

within the first year after the

system’s launch, with eight of

them being brand new IPs. I

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am excited to see what Microsoft

has in store. If they don’t

deliver games to their core

audience, however, Xbox One

is going to fall behind.

TV and Skype and Kinect

and all that jazz is nice, but that

stuff comes second; people

aren’t going to buy a GAMING

console for TV alone. Games

come first, and they are what is,

ultimately, going to sell (or not

sell) this console. We shall see

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Local Parking Rules and Regs Dog rules

➤ Bethany Beach: Dogs are

Bethany Beach

➤ Parking meter rates are 25

cents for 10 minutes or $1.50

per hour. Bethany uses a pay

station for its meters. Simply

leave your pay station receipt

displayed on your dashboard

(driver's side)

Dewey Beach

➤ Meters are in effect daily at

selected sites. Parking permits

are in effect through Sept. 15

as follows: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

on Mondays, Tuesdays and

Wednesdays; and 10 a.m. to

2 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays,

Saturdays and Sundays

➤ Permits are as follows: $200

for seasonal; $55 for weekly

(any seven consecutive days);

$10 for one day (Monday,

Tuesday or Wednesday); $15

for Thursday, Friday, Saturday

or Sunday); and $35 for

weekends (Friday, Saturday

and Sunday)

➤ Parking permits are sold at

Town Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Monday to Friday; select hours

at the iDewey Visitor Center,

New Orleans Street Bayside

(see for details);

at parking permit machines

On View

Continued from page 11

(History & Architecture);

Event, Camera, Action! (Community

& Celebration); Get on

the Bus (The Delaware Bay &

Atlantic Coast); The Golden

Hour (Sunrise/Sunset); The

Good, The Bad, The Nor’Easter

(Four Seasons); Growing Delmarva

(Agriculture & Farming);

and In Flight & Ground

Patrol (Wildlife).

Entries will be judged in professional,

amateur and youth

pools. The panel of judges is

recognized as gifted artists,

professionals and specialists in

their subjects. The 2013 panel

is: Pamela Aquilani, Michelle

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Fenwick Island

➤ Parking permits are required

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limits of Fenwick Island

though Sept. 15. Permits may

be purchased at the Public

Safety Building seven days

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➤ Parking meters in the

historic business district and

in the 1812 Municipal Parking

Lot are in effect 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

through Oct. 14. Parking in the

business district is limited to a

three-hour maximum through

Oct. 14. Lewes Beach parking

meters operate 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

daily through Sept. 30

Rehoboth Beach

➤ Parking meters are in effect

through the second Sunday

after Labor Day, from 10 a.m.

Mosher and Marc Weinberg.

During the two-month show

(June-August), artists' photographs

will be on sale, with 30

percent of the proceeds benefitting

the Friends of the Lewes

Library to support the purchase

of books, DVDs, and other

library materials.

Entry fees for up to three

photographs are $25 for professionals,

$15 for amateurs and

$5 for youth under 18 years of

age. Frames should be no larger

than 11 inches by 14 inches (inner

dimensions), gallery frame

or canvas wrap.

For a list of contest rules

and entry forms, go to

or contact

JR Futcher at 302-645-8829 or Entries

will be accepted through

noon June 14.

Weeknight & Weekend


Teaching: Salsa-Merengue-Bachata

Jitterbug-Argentine Tango & more.

Social Dance Helps Us Make the


Join Us for a

Latin & Swing Dance Party

June 1st in Lewes

with Dance Lesson Included

Lewes • Berlin • Seaford


to midnight. $1.50 per hour. No

credit cards accepted at meters.

City is using Park Mobile

app. Go to

for more information

➤ Change machines are located

at the Bandstand Pavilion

on Rehoboth Avenue; First

Street and Rehoboth Avenue;

and at 306 Rehoboth Avenue.

Change may also be obtained

at the Parking Department at

30 ½ Lake Ave., behind City


➤ Permits are required daily

from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in all

nonmetered areas within the

city. Permits are in effect

through Labor Day. Permits are

on sale at the Parking Meter

Division, 30 ½ Lake Ave.,

behind City Hall; at checkin

time at several local real

estate offices; at Rehoboth

Avenue coming into town after

crossing the drawbridge; and

Bayard Avenue coming into

town after crossing over Silver

Lake bridge. Permit fees are as

follows: $175 for seasonal nontransferable

($88 after Aug. 1);

$200 for seasonal nontransferable

$100 after Aug. 1; $45

for weekly (eight consecutive

days); $30 for three-day weekend

(three consecutive days

from Friday through Monday);

$13 for weekend daily (one day





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➤ Parking ticket payments may

be mailed in the envelope provided

or deposited in one of the

courtesy drop boxes located

throughout the city. Be sure to

include the ticket number on

the face of the check. Don't

mail cash. For online payments

go to cityofrehoboth.t2hosted.

com. Visa and Mastercard


Park and Ride

➤ Delaware Area Resort Transit

(DART) offers a Park and Ride

lot, located on Shuttle Road off

Route 1. Park for $8, and up to

four occupants of the vehicle

receive a free daily pass.

Buses are air-conditioned and

equipped with wheelchair lifts.

Buses shuttle to the outlets,


and Dewey

beaches, Lewes

and Ocean City,

Md. For information

about schedules

and routes

go to dartfirststate.

com or call


Ron Simmons has helped your

neighbors improve their homes

for the last 34 years


banned from the boardwalk

and beach through Sept. 30.

At other times, dogs must be

on a leash

➤ Dewey: Dogs are allowed

on the beach year-round, but

there are limitations during

the summer - roughly Memorial

Day to Labor Day, when

they are prohibitedt from

9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Dogs

don’t have to be leashed

➤ Fenwick Island: Dogs are

not allowed on the beach

from May 1 to Sept. 30. At

other times, dogs must be


➤ Lewes: Dogs are allowed

on the beach all year except

May 1-Sept. 30. During that

time, dogs are allowed before

8 a.m. or after 6:30 p.m. They

must be on a leash

➤ Rehoboth: Dogs are not

allowed on the Boardwalk or

the beach from May 1 to Sept.

30. During the 0ff season,

dogs are allowed but must be


➤ State Parks: Dogs are

prohibited from swimming

or surfing beaches, but are

allowed in areas designated

for surf fishing vehicles.


Mon. - Fri. 9 - 5 • Sat. 10 - 4

Sunday - By apppointment only

Lewes, near DE the 644-6540 Food Court

Toll Free Feb. 866-644-6540

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Second & Market Streets, Lewes


211 Mulberry Street, Lewes DE



Offering Books & Fair-Trade Gift

Items for Spiritual Growth,

Knowledge & Inspiration for

people of ALL faiths.



Stained, Fused &

Etched Glass, Gifts,


& Supplies


Our Doors Welcome Everyone!

C3 110 New Road


1 2 3 4 5 6


High School

1 2 3 4 5 6


Jack Lingo



Public Library

Readers See

This Page

Every Week

Lewes Chamber

of Commerce




“List “List with Lingo”

St. Peter’s Church

& Seekers



1240 Kings Highway


Rose &


Treasures &

Lewes Gifts

Lewes City Hall

& Police Dept.

Kids Ketch

Lewes Historical

Society Complex

Post Office







da Vinci’s


Italian Ristorante



410 E. Savannah Rd, Lewes


Back Bay

Art Glass











Cape Henlopen

State Park




May 26th – 29th Handbags, Shoes, Clothing,

Jewelry & Accessories

10AM Lewes · Rehoboth · Bethany · Milford · 302-644-4052 to 7PM

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213 Anglers Rd., Lewes


52 Reho. Ave., Rehoboth


Historic Milton, 105 Union St. 684-8889


Just over the

drawbridge in Lewes


The store for creative minds and

active bodies, plus clothes

kids love

to wear!


132 2nd St., Lewes • 645-8448

Two Great Shops Under One Roof

Lewes Clothing,

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open 7 days a week

Walk-Ins Welcome!



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237 Rehoboth Ave.



721 Rehoboth Ave




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Open at Noon

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Visitor’s Mapto the Best of






Lewes-Rehoboth Canal

Rehoboth Ave.

Casa DiLeo

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9







Henlopen Henlopen Ave. A




Map is for general reference and is

not intended to be drawn to scale.

The grid can be used to guide you

to businesses and other points of

reference located on this map. Enjoy!

WWII Watch Towers

These towers helped gunners stationed around

Fort Miles (most of Cape Henlopen State Park)

fire their guns at enemy ships.

Built in the early 1940s, many

still stand, including this one

near Gordon’s Pond.

State St.

Church Church St. St.

Rehoboth Rehoboth Avenue Avenue

Bad Hair Day?

Stuart Kingston,





28 Wilmington Avenue 32 Lake Avenue

& 1st St., Rehoboth Beach





3rd St.



Scarborough Scarborough Scarborough Scarborough Scarborough Scarborough Scarborough Ave. AA





Henlopen Ave.


Main Street



Police Dept.

Horseshoe Crabs

Among the world’s oldest creatures, estimated at least

300M years old — crawling around coastal seas

at least 100M years before dinosaurs.

Today’s Cape Region sees great numbers

of crabs spawn annually. Nighttime is

the best time to witness the mating

of these ancient creatures.


Art League

Lake Gerar

Lake Ave.



Christian Christian St. St.




Fire Dept.

Rehoboth Ave.


Second St.

Second St.



Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Ave.

Wilmington Ave.

Maryland Ave.

Lake Ave.

Baltimore timoree

Ave Ave. Baltimore Ave.

First St.



State Park

Virginia Ave. ve.

Olive Olive Ave. Ave.

Grenoble Grenoble Pl. Pl.

Delaware Ave. Delaware Ave.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9






Rehoboth Avenue Extended

Homeward Tattoo

Art for the Body

& Custom Jewelry

loCAl & InternAtIonAl ArtIsts

weekly Jewelry ClAsses... Heidi Lowe GaLLery

328 reHobotH avenue



& Brine

Heidi Lowe




A8 A8

Boardwalk & Olive Avenue


Distinctive Apparel for

Men & Women


(north end of the boardwalk)




31 Rehoboth Ave.



On The Avenue


Pub & Grill









“List “List with Lingo”

246 Rehoboth Avenue


The Pink






Public Library





Beach Paper


Post Post Office



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19 WilMington Ave.

210 2nd St. • 302-226-8226 (302) 226-2201


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Jolly Trolley


J. Conn


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22 Rehoboth Avenue



By the Sea





Penny Lane









Go Fish!

A classic boutique

with a Funky edge

139 Rehoboth Ave.




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May 26th – 29th Handbags, Shoes, Clothing,

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Dupont Avenue

Smith Park boasts a pond shaded

with native flora and inhabited

by indigenous fauna. It is the

perfect place for a family picnic

and exercise. Facilities to help

make your visit enjoyable include

a fenced children's playground, a

butterfly garden, a walking path

with benches and a horseshoe pit.

Fishing is allowed and




Union Street

A variety of playground

equipment delights the younger

set while adults can relax

and enjoy a picnic or just

take in the view.




Front Street

The Lewes Canalfront Park

& Marina is over three

acres adjacent to the

Lewes & Rehoboth Canal,

the 1938 Overfalls

Lightship, historic Lifesaving Station and the Lewes

Little League ballfields along Front Street in Lewes,

Delaware. Adjacent to the Park are the City tennis

and basketball court. Also included at the park is

the Children's Playground. The playground is for

children 5 years old and under.




800 Coastal Hwy.

The Town Hall offers a

playground for small

children, shuffleboard,

volleyball and basketball.




Shields Ave.

The Schell Brothers,

Sherwin Williams of

Lewes, SunDew and the

PTO worked hard to

restore the playground.


Columbia Avenue

and Grove Street

Surrounded by big trees, Grove

Park has plenty of shade. The

park has a tot lot for children to

play, a pavilion, bathrooms and



Lake Ave. on

Lake Gerar

Located on Lake Avenue

along the northern banks

of Lake Gerar, just west of

the Henlopen Hotel and

Condominiums. There are benches

and a tot lot for small children.

• Play responsibly.

• Make sure to take off your bicycle helmet when

playing on the playground equipment.

• Adults should always be present when children play.

• There should be soft surfacing underneath the

playground equipment.

• Pick up the trash.

• Tell an adult if playground equipment is broken,

and do not play on it until it is fixed.

• Safety on Swings: Sit down while you swing. Slow down

before you get off of a swing. Do not walk near someone

who is swinging. You could get hit if you walk too closely.

• Safety on Climbers: Use both hands when you climb.

• Only climb on dry equipment. You could fall if it is wet.

• Safety on Slides: Never climb up the

front of the slide. Someone may

slide down and hit you. It is safest to

slide down with your feet first. Only

one person should slide down

at a time.



2-12 years old

Playground Safety Tips


Garfield Parkway

& N. Pawn Ave.

The land this park is on

was donated by the

Christian Church of

Bethany. It is a full court

and also has a playground

for children ages 3 to 10.

35448 Wolfeneck Rd.

Rehoboth, DE 19971



For Kids





Stockley St. west of


This park is located on Stockley

Street just west of Scarborough

Street. The park has several

benches from which one can

enjoy a view of Silver Lake.

There are several benches and

a tot lot for the children. Enjoy the park and don’t

forget cracked corn for the ducks.





Stockley Street

Large playground

on school grounds.




Corner of McKinley St.

& Hayden Rd.

Be sure to check out this

beautiful modern

playground located one

block off the bay on the

corner of McKinley Street

and Hayden Road. Lots of

fun for your little (and not so

little ones). Special areas for

2-5 year-olds and 6-12

year-olds include monkey

bars, play bridge and single

and double slides, play

tunnel, elephant slide,

and much more.



Rt. 26, next to

Grotto Pizza

Some great activities at the

Nature Center include: trails,

an interactive center, and a

kiddie park. Youth Programs

are offered every Saturday from 10:30 a.m. - 12

Noon. All ages welcome, rain or shine!




CALL 645-7700 TODAY!

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Rehoboth Beach Bandstand

Located at Rehoboth Avenue and the Boardwalk, the Rehoboth

Beach Bandstand has provided family friendly entertainment for

more than 50 years in an open-air concert venue.

Shows begin at 8 p.m. unless otherwise


Friday, June 14 – Love Seed Mama Jump

Saturday, June 15 – The Stickers

Sunday, June 16 – Jimi Smooth & Hittime

Friday, June 21 – Lower Case Blues

Saturday, June 22 – The Eddie Sherman


Dewey Beach Events

➤ Movies on the Beach

Bring a blanket and popcorn to Dewey Beach for Monday Night

Movies. Films begin at approximately 8:30 p.m. on the beach at

Dagsworthy Ave. Showing of movies is weather-dependent. Notice

of cancellation will be posted at the Dewey Beach Life-Saving Station

Bulletin Board. Staff will notify Dewey Beach accommodations of

cancellations made prior to the start of an event. If weather is clear,

events will take place as scheduled, but may end at any time due to

weather conditions.

June 17 – The Lorax

June 24 – Hotel Transylvania

July 1 – Mirror, Mirror

July 8 – Here Comes the Boom

July 15 – Arthur Christmas

July 22 – Wreck-It Ralph

July 29 – Brave

Aug. 5 – The Odd Life of Timothy Green

Aug. 12 – Oz: The Great & Powerful

Aug. 19 – ParaNorman

Aug. 26 – Rise of the Guardians

➤ Wednesday Night Bonfires

Beach at Dagsworthy Ave., Wednesday Night Bonfires from 7:30 to

11 p.m., June 19 to Aug. 28. Showing of movies is weather-dependent.

Notice of cancellation will be posted at the Dewey Beach Life-Saving

Station Bulletin Board.

➤ Power Yoga

Saturdays at Ivy, 136 Dagsworthy St., at 10 a.m.

➤ South Side Skim Shoot Out - June 1-2. For more information, go to

➤ Free Saturday Skimboarding Clinics - June 15 to Aug. 3. For more info

about lessons and camps, contact Alley Oop at 302-227-7087 or go


➤ Junior lifeguards and environmental programs - Contact the Dewey

Beach Patrol at 302-227-6365 or go to

➤ Flag Day Parade and Celebrations - Sunday, June 16. For more info,

go to

➤ Kids’ Beach Party - Wednesday, June 19. For more info, visit

➤ Running of the Bull - Saturday, July 13. For more info, go to

➤ 32nd Annual East Coast Skim Championships - Aug. 10-11. For more

info, go to

➤ Fall Beach Party - Saturday, Sept. 21. For more info, go to

Canalfront Park in Lewes

Park features a safe pedestrian sidewalk along Front

Street with crosswalks into town, a circular pavilion

for small groups and performances, ample parking,

a launch area for kayaks and canoes, a park overlook

with a bridge, large restroom facilities and a roofed

pier for fishing and crabbing.

➤ Yoga By The Canal, Sundays at 8 a.m.

➤ Zumba on the deck, Wednesdays at 6 p.m.

➤ Fun N' Fitness, Sunday, May

19, 8 a.m. to noon

➤ Picnic in the Park, Sunday,

June 2, noon to 3 p.m.

➤ Fish N' Kids, Sunday, June 9,

10 a.m. to noon

➤ Summer Solstice: 108 Sun

Salutations, Friday, June 21, 5

to 8 p.m.

➤ Cinema By the Canal

Held at dusk on the following dates:

Wednesday, June 19 – Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds


Wednesday, July 10 – The Pirates! Band of Misfits

Wednesday, July 31 – Here Comes The Boom

Wednesday, Aug. 14 – The Odd Life of Timothy Green

➤ Concerts By the Canal

Sponsored by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. Concerts

begin at 6:30 p.m.

Friday, June 28 – Chester River Runoff

Friday, July 19 – Nate Myers & The Aces

Friday, Aug. 9 – The Bullbuckers

➤ Yoga on Lewes Beach

Yoga at 7:15 a.m. with

Dimitra Kotanides on

Lewes Beach (by Dairy

Queen) Tuesdays in

June, July and August.

Lewes Concerts in the Park

Performances are held in Stango Park, next

to the Lewes library. Start at 7 p.m.

Tuesday, June 4 – Rehoboth Concert Band

Tuesday, June 11 – Capt. Blue's Grass Band

Tuesday, June 18 – Dr. Harmonica & Rockett


Tuesday, June 25 – Tydewater Band

Tuesday, July 2 – The Overtime Band

Tuesday, July 9 – Hot Breakfast

Tuesday, July 16 – Angela Natrin

Tuesday, July 23 – Nadjah Nicole & The Boys

Tuesday, July 30 – Zydeco-A-Go-Go

Tuesday, Aug. 6 – The Jazz Ambassadors of

the U.S. Army Field Band

Tuesday, Aug. 15 – The Rogues

Tuesday, Aug. 20 – Copper Sky

Tuesday, Aug. 27 – Lori Citro & The


Support Our Concerts

Call to advertise 302-645-7700

Bethany Beach Bandstand

Free shows at the Bandstand are held Friday

through Sunday at 7:30 p.m. (unless

otherwise noted), from Memorial Day to

Labor Day weekend.

Sunday, June 16 - Delmarva Big Band

Friday, June 21 - A.C. Express

Saturday, June 22 - Maryland Community


Sunday, June 23 - Eric Lindell

Friday, June 28 - Sir Rod (Rod Stewart


Saturday, June 29 - Newark Community


Sunday, June 30 - Monkee Paw

Tuesday, July 2 - Delaware National


The Freeman Stage at Bayside

Open-air performing arts venue located near

Fenwick Island.

Friday, June 14 – Mid-Atlantic Symphony

Orchestra, 7-9 p.m.

Saturday, June 15 – The Zinghoppers, 10-11


Thursday, June 20 – Tommy Edwards as Sir

Rod, 7-9 p.m.

Saturday, June 22 – Jack and The Beanstalk,

10-11 a.m.

Wednesday, June 26 – Locals Under the Lights

featuring The Reminders and special guest

Milton Concerts in the Park

All concerts are on Wednesday and

begin at 7 p.m.

June 5 - Smooth Sound

June 12 - The Movies

June 26 - Annapolis Blue Grass Coalition

July 3 - Tydewater

July 4 - Footlights

July 10 - Bill Buckers

July 17 - Vinyl Shockley

July 24 - David Stone: The Johnny Cash


July 31 - The Funsters

Aug. 7 - The Honeycombs

Aug. 14 - 33 1/3

Aug. 21 - Big Hat No Cattle

Aug. 28 - Overtime

➤ Dogfish Head Brewery tours

Cannery Village, Milton

Free tours by reservation

(302-684-1000, Ext. 0).

Tours are limited to 12

people. Four samples are

included at the end of the tour for those of age

with valid, unexpired IDs. Info at

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Dining Specials on


Authentic Italian Cuisine

1551 Savannah Road, Lewes

(302) 644-7051

Open 7 Days Serving Dinner

Lunch: Tue-Fri. 11-2, Dinner: 4-10

Dinner: Sat-Sun. 3-10


Tuesday – Saturday 11am - 9pm

Sunday 9am - 1pm

18 The CirCle,

GeorGeTown, De

302-856 -1836

Rehoboth’s Dining Value

Closed Wednesdays

Nightly Specials

316 Rehoboth Ave., Downtown Rehoboth Beach



The interior of Touch of Italy’s Villages of Five Points location features a bright

atmosphere warm with the scent of fresh-baked breads, rolls and cookies.

Touch of Italy serves up fresh

bread, pizza and Italian delights

Touch of Italy delicatessens and

market stores continue to expand in the

Lewes and Rehoboth Beach area with

their collection of fresh Italian meats and

cheeses, pastries and breads.

Since the opening of the first location

at First Street and Baltimore Avenue in

Rehoboth, Touch of Italy has expanded

to its downtown Lewes location at the

corner of Second Street and Savannah

Road, recently opening its new baking

facility at the Villages of Five Points. The

bakers prepare and sell pastry, cookies

and fresh breads daily at the Villages of

Five Points location. They have specialty

items not available in their other stores,

and also serve freshly-baked pizzas and


Touch of Italy takes all of its food very

seriously. Their meats and cheeses

are imported and delivered from Arthur

Avenue in the Bronx, and all their

pastries and breads are baked in house,

said manager Peter Todd Scioli. The

Italian Restaurant

Serving Lunch & Dinner

Open 7 Days

Sun. - Thurs.

11am - 9pm

Fri. & Sat. 11am - 10pm

Happy Hour 4-7 Sun. - Fri.

1201 Savannah Road,

Lewes (302) 645-1980

Open Daily at 11:30

108 Second St, Lewes


mozzarella maker and bread bakers

were trained in the Bronx to make only

the finest products for the stores.

The Five Points bakery serves as

a hub for Touch of Italy’s four other

locations including a new Route 1 facility

planned for a mid-June opening. Located

in the Shore Plaza, the new Touch of

Italy will be between Outlet Liquors and

Root Gourmet, and will be similar to the

Second Street store and restaurant in

Lewes that offers signature deli meats

and cheeses. It will house a 100-seat

restaurant space and will also feature

an expanded Italian market and even

a sit-down pizza bar. Over one-third of

the new Route 1 location will be kitchen

space, allowing Touch of Italy to expand

catering services for large events like

corporate gatherings and weddings.

Contact Touch of Italy’s downtown

Rehoboth location at 227-1500 and the

downtown Lewes location at 827-2730.

For more info., visit

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18 Baltimore Ave.,

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Rehoboth Beach

109 Market St., Lewes

(302) 644.4446

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Restaurant Week dishes up

Rehoboth’s culinary hot spots

Rehoboth Beach Main Street

Inc. is offering a treat for the

taste buds as it sponsors Restaurant

Week from Sunday to

Saturday, June 2 to 8.

The event will feature 30 of

Rehoboth’s finest restaurants

serving up prix-fixe dinners with

many of them offering lunch specials

as well.

Rehoboth Beach is the ultimate

Delaware seashore dining

destination with restaurants

serving up delicious dishes from

every corner of the globe as well

as farm-to-table specialties.

Participating restaurants

include a(MUSE.), Adriatico

Ristorante, Arena's Deli & Bar,

Back Porch Café, Blue Moon,

Cabo Modern Mexican Tequila

Bar, Café Azafran, Catchers, Corner

Grille, The Cultured Pearl,

Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats,

Dos Locos Fajita & Stonegrill

Restaurant, Eden Restaurant,

Film society festival

film review sessions

set to begin June 17

The Rehoboth Beach Film

Society will be conducting Festival

Film Review sessions during

the summer months at two

locations, Movies at Midway

in Rehoboth and South Coastal

Public Library in Bethany.

The festival film review

sessions, open to the public,

are used to assist with the

film selection process for the

Rehoboth Beach Independent

Film Festival Nov. 6 -10.

Each session will include the

screening of a documentary or

a feature and a short, time permitting.

Reviewers are asked

to complete a rating form and

may also join in the post-film


Please remember that screener

copies of films are provided

as a courtesy to the film society

for the specific purpose of

reviewing for consideration as

a festival entry. These copies

may be of lesser technical quality

and are not designed to be

projected on the big screen. Despite

these circumstances, review

sessions provide a unique

opportunity for film enthusiasts

to see a broad scope of films

from emerging directors.

Festival film reviews will take

place June 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15 and

29 at the South Coastal Library

in Bethany. In Rehoboth, the

festival film reviews will take

place June 25, July 2, 9, 16, 23,

30 and Aug. 6 in the upstairs

screening room at the Movies

at Midway. Film screenings

will begin at 7 p.m. Admission

is $2 at Rehoboth and free at

the Bethany location. For more

information go to rehobothfilm.

com, or call 302-645-9095.

Espuma, Hobos Restaurant and

Bar, Iguana Grill, Jake’s Seafood

House, Jam Bistro, Lupo Di Mare,

Mariachi Restaurant, Pig & Fish

Restaurant Company, Planet X,

Restaurant Zebra, Rigby’s Bar


More information:

connect with us!

& Grille, Salt Air, Shorebreak

Lodge, Stingray Sushi Bar &

Asian Latino Grill, Stoney Lonen,

Summer House Restaurant &

Saloon and Victoria’s Restaurant.

Go to

for menus and details. Call your

favorite restaurants for reservations.

The restaurants of downtown

Rehoboth Beach have a roster of

talented chefs who are planning

unique and delicious recipes.

Check out the participants at or call

302-227-2772 for information.

Introducing Our Newest Community

Fairway Village • Ocean View, DE

3 Bedrooms • 2 1/2 Bathrooms

Luxury Townhomes

First Floor Owner’s Suites

Clubhouse and Pool

Only Minutes to Bethany Beach

and Boardwalk

Townhomes from $229,900*

302.541.8434 tours offer local flavors

Realtor and Local Buzz author

Deb Griffin, former Bad

Company bass player and wine

expert Paul Cullen, and the

Rehoboth Foodie celebrate

the culinary excellence of Rehoboth

with the launching of, featuring

three-hour walking tours

and tastes of downtown Rehoboth

Beach restaurants.

Tours are held on Fridays,

Visit these Award Winning Communities

Windstone • Milton, DE • Single Family Green,

Live Smart Homes from $219,900* • 302.645.7948

Heron Bay • Lewes, DE • Single Family Homes on

1/2 acre lots from $167,900* • 302.644.9002

Sterling Crossing • Rehoboth Beach, DE

Villas from $234,900* • 302.260.9040

Rehoboth Crossing • Rehoboth Beach, DE

Townhomes from $299,900* • 302.260.9670

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Condominiums from $229,900* • 302.227.7074

Townhomes from $339,900* • 302.227.1053

Building Quality New Homes in Delaware for 66 Years!

*Information subject to change without notice. See a community sales associate for full details.

Saturdays and Sundays from

1 to 4 p.m., and each one features

exclusive tastes and sips

at five of Rehoboth's best eateries.

Take all three tours and

sample 15 restaurants and specialty

shops in one weekend.

Participants must be at least

21 years old. Tickets are $45

and may be purchased at

or by calling


22 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper

Wild about STRIPES!


42 CENTRAL AVE • OCEAN VIEW, DE (302) 539-6702

Wed - Sat 10-5

Sun 1-5 · Mon 10-5

Photos by Billie Criswell

The nautical look is always in fashion at the beach,

and I snapped a few pictures of some of my favorite

striped outfits in our beach towns. Which is your


17th - 19th Century Maps & Prints

Original Oils • Custom Framing

Beach Paper THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 23

Juice it up!

Juicebox opens in Ocean View

By Billie Criswell

Beach Paper features writer

A couple of years ago when

Lisa Daisey and Debbie Littleton

began casually talking

about their dream – opening a

juice bar and sandwich shop

and what it would look like – it

seemed like fantasy.

Today, Juicebox is a reality,

standing proudly on Route 26

in Ocean View in a cute, little

building accented with vibrant


Juicebox opened in July and

is now full steam ahead for its

first full summer season.

The two women complement

one another perfectly. Littleton

specializes in the sandwiches

and smoothies, while Daisey

makes the juice, or as she puts

it, “I make the mess, and she

cleans it up.”

Their different strengths

make for a harmonious, welloiled

machine that welcomes

customers to enjoy delicious,

healthy foods, fruits and


Daisey has a passion for

juicing that came from several

years spent in Hawaii, working

at a juice bar. Since then,

she’s always juiced at home.

She admits that a lot of people

love the juice that comes from

juicing, but that the prep and

mess can deter people, which

is what makes the juice bar so


She’s come up with a variety

of great blends that help with

everything from hangovers to

boosting energy. She is also

quick to add that she’ll make

anything a customer can come

up with as long as she has the


When it comes to juicing, Daisey

wants people to know, “It’s

not as hardcore as people think.

It should be incorporated into

your day; a drink your veggies

for the day kind of thing.” All

the fruits and veggies that go

into their juices are organic.

Littleton brings up the sandwich

end of the deal as well as

being a smoothie master from

years of experience with her

business, Tropical Treats, on

the Bethany Beach boardwalk.

Her smoothies are healthy,

dairy-free and include a variety

of add-ons such as wheatgrass,

chia seeds and spirulina.

Perhaps the most unusual









items on the menu, though, are

the frosties, which are frozen

fruit pushed through a machine

called, The Campion. The fruit

comes out looking like frozen

yogurt and tastes creamy, pure,

and most importantly, delicious!

It’s a frozen fruit treat

without a side of guilt-laden

calories. With a huge parking

lot that offers a free parking,

Juicebox is a reprieve from

the traffic of Route 26 and a

healthy alternative to some of

the more caloric choices that

summer tends to bring along.

Sandwiches, salads, homemade

scones and cookies, coffee,

juice, smoothies, frosties and

so much more are waiting at

Juicebox for a dose of healthy


Juicebox also offers local

produce, honey, and homemade

almond butter on site.

Juicebox is located at 3 Atlantic

Avenue in Ocean View. It is

open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For

information call 302-616-1025.

BeeBe HealtH Campus–millville



primary Care pHysiCians BeeBe Physician network

Accepting New Patients of all ages, Infants to Elderly

Call for an appointment (302) 539-4302

walk-in Care

(302) 541-4175 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

7 days a week – Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend

Call for off-season hours

Upper respiratory infections such as sore throat, sinus infection, flu, laryngitis, allergies | Headaches

Ear, eye, and bladder infections | Sprains and minor injuries | Gastrointestinal complaints

Skin problems such as minor rashes and burns| Minor cuts and simple lacerations | Limited medication refills

Outpatient serviCes


(302) 539-1620 Monday–Friday, 7:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. l Saturday, 6:00 a.m.–Noon

CT Scan | MRI | Ultrasound | X-ray | Digital Mammography | Bone Densitometry


(302) 539-6404 Monday–Friday, 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Physical Therapy | Occupational Therapy | Speech and Language Pathology


(302) 539-1620 Monday–Friday, 6:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. l Saturday, 6:00 a.m.–Noon

EKG Service Available


LISA DAISEY, left, and Debbie Littleton are the proprietors of Juicebox.



Docs Place, Millville

Located in Creekside

Plaza (Rt. 26) next to

Food Lion

Lewes, DeLaware

24 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper

➤ Seashore Striders

To pre-register and for more information

about these events, go to seashorestriders.


Saturday, June 1 – Lewes 5K Run, Irish Eyes

at Anglers, Anglers Road, Lewes. Registration

starts at 6:30 a.m.; race time is 7:30

a.m. $20 pre-registration; $25 race day.

Sunday, June 2 – Rehoboth 5K Run/Walk,

Boardwalk at Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth

Beach. Registration starts at 6:30

a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m. $20 pre-registration;

$25 race day.

Saturday, June 8 – DFRC Blue-Gold All-

Star 5K Run and 1 Mile Walk, Irish Eyes at

Anglers, Anglers Road, Lewes. Registration

starts at 7 a.m.; race/walk time is 8 a.m.

$20 pre-registration; $25 race day.

Friday, June 14 – Georgetown Library 5K,

North Bedford Street Park, Georgetown.

Registration starts at 6 a.m.; race time is 7

a.m. $15 pre-registration; $20 race day.

Saturday, June 15 – Irish Eyes 5K Dash, Irish

Eyes in Milton, 105 Union St. Registration

starts at 7 a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m. $20

pre-registration; $25 race day.

Sunday, June 16 – Father's Day 5K Run,


Jimmy Kroon rocks the Punkin Ale bottle cap

during the 10K race last year. This year's event

sold out, with race organizers capping the field

at 1,850 people, within 37 minutes.

Boardwalk at Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth

Beach. Registration starts at 6:30

a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m. $20 pre-registration;

$25 race day.

Friday, June 21 – Solstice 5K and 10K, Pavilion

near the Hawk Watch, Cape Henlopen

State Park, Lewes. Event is part of the

Shadow Series of night runs. Registration

is at 6 p.m.; race time is 7 p.m. $30 (10K)

and $25 (5K) pre-registration; $40 and $35

race day.

Saturday, June 22 – Jungle Jim's 5K Splash,

36944 Country Club Road, Rehoboth.

Registration starts at 6:30 a.m.; race time

is 7:30 a.m. $20 pre-registration; $25 race


Sunday, June 23 – Bill Degnan 5K and 1 Mile

Walk, Cape Henlopen High School, Kings

Highway, Lewes. Registration starts at

6:30 a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m. $20 preregistration;

$25 race day.

Saturday, June 29 – Beach Paper Firecracker

5K Run and 5K Walk, Grove Park, Rehoboth.

Registration starts at 6:30 a.m.;

race time is 7:30 a.m. $20 pre-registration;

$25 race day.

Sunday, June 30 – Dave Reynolds Swim/

Run Biathlon, Rehoboth Beach Patrol at

Baltimore Avenue. No race day registration.

$40 individuals; $60 teams. Meet

on the beach starting at 6:30 a.m.; events

begin at 8 a.m.

Saturday, July 6 – Seashore Strider 5K

and S.S.R.S. Women's Festival, Rehoboth

Elementary School. Registration starts at

6:30 a.m.; events start at 7:30 a.m. $20

pre-registration; $25 race day.

Saturday, July 20 – Race for the Ribbon,

Boardwalk at Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth.

Registration starts at 6:30 a.m.;

race time is 7:30 a.m. $20 pre-registration;

$25 race day.

Sunday, July 21 – YMCA 5 Mile Run and 1 m

Walk, Deauville Beach, Rehoboth. Registration

starts at 6:30 a.m.; race time is 7:30

a.m. $20 pre-registration; $25 race day.

Saturday, July 27 – Firefly 5K and 10 K,

Biden Center, Cape Henlopen State Park,

Lewes. Event is part of the Shadow Series

of night runs. Registration is at 6 p.m.; race

time is 7 p.m. $30 (10K) and $25 (5K) preregistration;

$40 and $35 race day.


Runners of all ages start to power through the 5K distance April 27 at the Daffodil Dash 5K.

➤ Dewey Beach Ten Sisters Road Race Series

All events begin at 8 a.m. To pre-register and for more information about these

events, go to Highway One Pictures 5k, Outlet Liquors

5k, and Hwy One Group 10k & 5k will hold post-race parties on the deck of the

Rusty Rudder. Go to for information.

Sunday, June 9 – Dewey Beach Liquors

at the Cork 5K.

Sunday, June 30 – Rusty Rudder 5K,

Rusty Rudder. A Pump and Run event.

Sunday, July 7 – The Ivy Restaurant 5K.

Sunday, July 14 – Jimmy's Grille 5K

Saturday, July 27 – North Beach 5K

College Day. A Pump and Run event,

plus Kiddie K.

Sunday, Aug. 4 – Outlet Liquors 5K,

Rusty Rudder. Featuring and benefitting

the Dewey Beach Patrol.

Saturday, Aug. 10 – Highway One

Group 10K, Rusty Rudder. A Pump

and Run event.

Sunday, Sept. 1 – Inaugural Summer's

End 5K, Jimmy's Grille.

Sunday, July 29 – Run for JJ 5K Run and

5K Walk, Stuart Kingston, north side of

Boardwalk, Rehoboth Beach. Registration

starts at 6 a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m. $20

pre-registration; $25 race day.

Saturday, Aug. 3 – Dam Mill 5K Run, Cupola

Park, Millsboro. Pre-registration starts at

6:30 a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m.

Sunday, Aug. 11 – Free to Breathe Lung

Cancer 5K and 1 Mile Walk, Cape Henlopen

High School, Kings Highway, Lewes. Registration

starts at 6:30 a.m.; race time is 8:30

a.m. $20 online registration (ends Aug. 7);

$23 mail in (must be received by Aug. 7)

and $25 race day.

Saturday, Aug. 17 – Run for the Paws in

Dewey Beach, Dagsworthy Street. Registration

starts at 7 a.m.; race time is 8 a.m.

$20 pre-registration (must be postmarked

by Aug. 10); $25 race day.

Saturday, Aug. 23 – Ed Dean Memorial

4 Miler, Magnolia's Seafood Bar & Grill,

30415 Cedar Neck Rd., Ocean View. Registration

starts at 6:30 a.m.; race time is 7:30

Saturday, Sept. 7 – Gary P. Lister Bottle

& Cork Ten Miler/5K. A benefit for the

Sussex Consortium.


Enos Benbow takes

the final turn and

runs to first place in

last year's Gary P.

Lister Bottle & Cork

10-Miler with a time

of 1:00:29.5.

a.m. $20 pre-registration; $25 race day.

Sunday, Aug. 25 – Sundance 5K Run, Mile

Walk or Sashay!, CAMP Rehoboth Community

Center, 37 Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth.

Registration starts at 6:15 a.m.; race

time is 7:30 a.m. $25 and $30 pre-registration;

$35 race day.

Saturday, Aug. 31 – Labor Day 5K and 10K,

Biden Center, Cape Henlopen State Park,

Lewes. Event is part of the Shadow Series

of night runs. Registration is at 5 p.m.; race

time is 6 p.m. $30 (10K) and $25 (5K) preregistration;

$40 and $35 race day.

Saturday, Sept. 1 – Last Blast Prediction 5K,

Grove Park, Rehoboth. Registration starts

at 6 a.m.; race time is 7:30 a.m. $20 preregistration;

$25 race day.

Sunday, Sept. 8 – Treat the Beat 5K Walk,

George H.P. Smith Park, Lewes. Go to

for information.

Sunday, Sept. 15 – Cannonball 5K Run and

Trenny Elliott Memorial 1 Mile Walk, Lewes

Historic Complex. Race time is 8:30 a.m.


Brian Kuglemann leads Brian Hankin at the start of the race but not at the end.

Beach Paper THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 25

Cordrey Center to feature

Sprouting Chefs class

The Cordrey Center recently

announced a partnership with

Katie Freer from Sprouting

Chefs. Freer will bring her

popular hands-on kids cooking

class to The Cordrey Center

with a twist.

The Mom 'n' Me Breakfast

Club is an opportunity for

moms or dads to take part in

the cooking class. The morning

will start with a hot cup of

coffee for the parents, while

"Miss Katie" and her class tour

the Cordrey Center's Secret

Garden, where they'll enjoy a

storybook circle.

The Cordrey Center is on the

Local farmers' markets

Bethany Beach



Garfield Parkway and Pennsylvania


Sundays, 8 a.m. to noon

Starts June 16

Fenwick Island



Coastal Highway and East Essex


Mondays and Fridays, 8 a.m.

to noon

Starts June 24


North Bedford and Edward


Wednesdays, 3 to 6 p.m.




110 Shipcarpenter St. (except

June 22, July 13 and Aug. 3

when the market will take

place at Richard A. Shields

Elementary School parking lot,

intersection of Savannah Road

and Sussex Drive)

Saturdays, 8 a.m. to noon

Long Neck

Long Neck Elementary School,

School Lane, Millsboro

Saturdays, 8 a.m. to noon

grounds of East Coast Garden

Center with a veggie garden

close by, and children will have

the opportunity to observe the

growth process of fruits and

vegetables and take part in harvesting

and cooking with fresh


Parents will join children

for the cooking portion where

families will help prepare and

make their healthy breakfast.

Classes will be held from 9 to

11 a.m. Sundays, June 2, July 7

and Aug. 4. Price is $35 for one

child; $25 for each additional.

To sign up go to sproutingchef.



Cupola Park, off North Morris


Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Starts May 29


Millville Town Hall, 36404

Clubhouse Road

Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Starts June 6


Union and Magnolia Streets,

across from library

Fridays, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Orchard Point

Rt. 13 north and DE 40, Bridgeville

Sundays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Starts June 30

Rehoboth Beach



Grove Park

Tuesdays, noon to 4 p.m.

(through Sept. 24, then noon to

3 p.m.)

The Farmers' Market

at Sea Colony

Marketplace at Sea Colony

Shopping Center, Route 1

South, Bethany Beach

Wednesdays, 8 a.m. to noon

Starts June 26


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Join us for this FREE vegetarian celebration at the beach!

WhERE: Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Rd., Rehoboth Beach, DE

Enjoy this free outdoor celebration with cooking demos, dozens of exhibitors, kid’s activities,

veg food, and dynamic speakers:

Paul Shapiro

Humane Society

of the U.S.

John Schlimm

Vegan Cookbook


Saturday, June 1 • 11am to 5pm

Gretchen Hanson

Hobos Restaurant

Deb Griffin

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26 THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 Beach Paper


Presidential hackers

Someone once said, “Presidents and

golf go together like Congress and


I certainly don’t believe that for a minute

(ha, ha) but I do remember in recent

history that many presidents, including

our current commander-in-chief, often

played the game of golf.

With that idea in mind I offer to you a

quiz on presidential golfers, which may

show why they were better at leading

the country than hitting a golf ball.

Give yourself 10 points for each correct

answer. Answers are at the end of this


President No. 1 - History shows that this

president (actually ex-president) was

the first to try his hand at golf. After

he left office he toured the world and

visited his ancestral home of Scotland,

where he stepped up to the first tee,

gripped his club and his swing was six

inches over top of the ball. After several

swings, he handed his caddie the club

and never tried to play the game again.

(Hint: He was a war hero who smoked

cigars, liked to drink and rode a horse in


President No. 2 - This president was

the first commander-in-chief to actually

play golf while living in the White

House. In 1897, his vice-president,

Garret Hobart, an avid golfer, talked

him into playing 18 holes. His unofficial

score was over 200. (Hint: He was assassinated

in office in 1901.)

President No. 3 - This president played

golf every chance he could and was

criticized for being on the links more

than being in the White House. During

his tenure the popularity of golf soared

in the United States. His handicap was

around 35. (Hint: It was not George W.

Bush; this President weighed more than

350 pounds.)

President No. 4 - This President was

ordered to play golf by his doctor as a

way to relieve stress. He played six days

a week and even had golf balls painted

black to play in the snow. Reports say

his wife Edith played golf with him

and often beat him. (Hint: The cruise

ship Lusitania is part of this President’s


President No. 5 - This presidential

golfer hosted all-night poker games in

the White House, gambled on the links,

drank scotch and soda every fourth hole

(during prohibition) and had a trophy

named after him by the USGA for

advancing the popularity of the game.

(Hint: He signed the Congressional

Resolution to end World War I while

playing a round of golf.)

President No. 6 - This president has

the distinction of being called the worst

golfer who ever lived. Not only were

his scores awful, but he never wore

the proper golfing attire of the day and

never used etiquette on the course.

He presided over the opening of the

Congressional Country Club, but never

returned to play a round. (Hint: The

only positive thing he did for golf was to

proclaim the First Father’s Day, which

has become one of the most popular

golfing holidays.)

President No. 7 - This president is

known as the most golfing commanderin-chief

in U.S. history. During his two

terms in office he played an estimated

800 rounds of golf and also had a putting

green installed on the White House

grounds. (Hint: He was war hero.)

President No. 8 - This president was so

bad at the game of golf he would take

mulligans on the tee, on the fairway and

on the green. His true score often approached

300, but his official score was

much better. (Hint: He held up his pet

beagle by his ears.)

President No. 9 - This president scored

a hole in one at the Bel-Air Country

Club in 1961, long before he was elected

to office. After leaving office at the age

of 61, he claimed to have broken 80, fulfilling

a lifelong dream. Historians disagree.

(Hint: Just like on a golf course,

the word 'water' was a hazard to him.)

President No. 10 - This president

played less than 20 rounds of golf in his

eight year tenure. One day, while playing

at Augusta National Golf Course, a

gunman took two White House aides

hostage in the pro shop, but no one was

harmed. (Hint: He rode horses on his

ranch and wore a cowboy hat.)

Answers: 1. Grant 2. McKinley 3.

Taft 4. Wilson 5. Harding 6. Coolidge

7. Eisenhower 8. Johnson 9. Nixon 10.


Scoring: If you got 100 points, you

need to stop watching The History

Channel and go play more golf!

For more Delmarva golf course images and fine art

photos go to



for local news updates.


Delmarva Tee Box Sign Quiz -

Name the Golf Course by the Tee Box Sign

THIS GOLF COURSE uses a logo that is strictly for the “birds.” Hole number thirteen is a par 5 that

plays 486 yards from the blue tees. Call for a tee time: 302-684-3000

Be careful where your ball “lands” at this local course. Hole number one is a par 4 that plays 390

yards from the blue tees. Call for a tee time: 302-227-3131

Tee up to the “island

breeze” on this course.

Take the long way

home or aim for dry

land in the middle of

a lake. Hole number

fourteen plays 425

yards from the gold

tees. Call for a tee

time: 302-947-9800

Answers: 1. The

Rookery South 2. Old

Landing Golf Course

3. Baywood Greens

Golf Course

Beach Paper THURSDAY, MAY 30 - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 2013 27

Sports Briefs » Tournament raises $6,700

for Alzheimer’s research

Registration open

for youth camps

Registration has begun for

2013 Summer Junior Golf camps

at the innovative Learning

Center at Kings Creek Country

Club Golf Course in Rehoboth


Kings Creek golf teaching

professional Chris Krueger, director

of the program, said, “We

will have a variety of golf camps

available for all ages - from

our new two-day sessions for

4-7-year-olds to our 3-day Elite

Camp for more accomplished

junior golfers. These junior

programs are available to club

members and nonmembers

alike." Krueger, a certified PGA

instructor, was instrumental in

creating the video and computerized

teaching tools used at the

Kings Creek Golf Learning Center.

He also serves as assistant

coach of the Cape Henlopen

High School golf team.

Kings Creek Summer 2013

Golf Camps include:

2-Day Introductory Camp

for ages 4-7. Instructors use the

SNAG golf system, which uses

oversized balls and clubs to

make it easy for youngsters to

learn putting, chipping and full

swings. Sessions each day are

75 minutes, and 4 to 5 stations

keep the juniors in motion.

2-Day and 3-Day Junior Golf

Camps for beginning and intermediate

golfers ages 7-17. These

camps offers 2 1/2 hours of

instruction per day, golf-related

drills and games covering all

aspects of the golf swing. Each

Tuesday & Wednesday

$85 per round,

all day

May 27th - August 29th

Not valid July 2nd & 3rd


day includes play on the golf


3-Day Junior Golf Elite Camp.

This camp is designed for more

serious junior golfers ages 11 to

17 who are looking to play on

a high school golf team or are

serious about taking their game

to the next level.

Held for two hours each afternoon,

this camp will use the

Kings Creek Learning Center’s

video and computer analysis of

each player’s swing, in addition

to providing more advanced instruction.

Daily play on the golf

course will include on-course


4-Day PGA Sports Academy

Camp for ages 7-17. This camp,

designed by PGA professionals,

provides a fun, interactive

approach to growing interest

in golf on the part of beginning

and intermediate junior golfers.

The 2 1/2 hour daily camp

includes unique drills to work

on the juniors’ motor skills

with the intent of creating skills

necessary to play the game

of golf. Each day will include

playing on the course. For more

information, go to,

email Chris

Krueger at cwkruegera@aol.

com or call him at 302-227-8953.

Miss Delaware Golf

Classic set for June 24

The Miss Delaware Scholarship

Organization is proud to

host the Miss Delaware Golf

Classic IV. The event will tee off

at The Rookery North at Shawnee

Golf Club, 6152 S. Rehoboth

Blvd., Milford, on Monday, June

24 at noon, with Miss Delaware

2012, Alyssa Murray on hand to

start the tournament in style.

This tournament will be our

primary fundraising event for

the year, and there are five ways

you can participate:

1. Become a player. 2. Become

a Miss Delaware Patron and

Tournament Hole-Sponsor. 3.

Join for dinner and an auction

following the tournament. 4.

Make a contribution to the

auction, and/or 5. make a contribution

for the golfer gift bags.

To participate, go to www. and click on upcoming

events and then Golf

Classic. With questions, call

Kenney Workman at 302-

245-2755 or email kenney.

Museum foundation

tourney set for June 21

The AMC Museum Foundation

will host its 9th Annual

AMC Museum Foundation

Fundraiser Golf Tournament

on Friday, June 21, at Jonathan’s

Landing. Registration for the

four-person scramble tournament

is from 11 a.m. to noon,

with a shotgun start at noon.

All proceeds from the auction

will benefit the Air Mobility

Command Museum – the No. 1

free cultural attraction in Delaware.

Cost is $85 per person, $75

per active duty military officer

and $55 per active duty enlisted

personnel. If you are interested

in participating, contact Phil

White at 302-653-6825 or email


Our flagship course

located in Milton

The charity golf tournament

to raise funds for Alzheimer’s

research, held May 17 at Salt

Pond Golf Club in Bethany

Beach, raised $6,700. The event

was sponsored by the Coastal

Sussex Chapter of the National

Active and Retired Federal Employees


Sixty-five players teed up

for the shotgun start - best ball

event that included an awards

luncheon and charity auction

at the Cottage Café in Bethany

Beach following the tournament.

The winning men’s foursome

included Brett Warren, John Eustis,

Brian Lord and Bob Burd.

The winning women’s foursome

included Elma DiMona,

Robbin Murray, Sue Ebbitt and

Linda Kauffman.

Jamie Magee, Sussex County

coordinator of the Alzheimer’s

Association, attended the

luncheon and thanked the Sussex

NARFE Chapter and the

participating golfers for their

commitment to raising funds

for Alzheimer’s research.

“The need for increased

Alzheimer’s research keeps

getting stronger, and we are

grateful for the support you

and this tournament provide us

each year,” she said.

NARFE Chapter Alzheimer’s

Committee Chair Dick Oliver

said, “Every year, this tournament

is one of the most

affordable and fun charity

events in the area.”

Learn to play disc golf June 8

The Friends of Cape Henlopen State Park is sponsoring a Disc

Golf - Learn & Play event in the park from 8 a.m. to noon, Saturday,

June 8. A great 18-hole disc golf course is one of the park’s less

well-known features.

The event is open to everyone ages 6 and up, and a $10 registration

fee applies. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The first 30 participants

will receive a free golf disc from INNOVA Disc Golf. The

demonstration session starts at 8:30, followed by a practice session,

a closest-to-the-pin contest at 9:30, and a 9-hole round with

a professional starting at 10. Awards presentation is planned for

noon or as soon as everyone has finished their round.

Parking will be at the basketball courts. For more information,

call 302-858-6127.

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A BACK SIDE VIEW of a World War II observation tower at Cape Henlopen State Park. Below, signs of summer are

already in bloom.

Trails Day volunteers needed

June 1 at Cape State Park

Volunteers are needed for

National Trails Day at Cape

Henlopen State Park Saturday,

June 1, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Volunteers

of all ages are invited;

groups (families, businesses,

youth groups, etc.) as well as

individuals are encouraged to


The main emphasis is on doing

maintenance (pruning overgrowth;

clearing debris; picking

up trash) on all of the various

trails throughout the park.

They will also be doing some

invasive species removal, beach

cleanup and landscaping.

Volunteers will meet at the

large Picnic Pavilion located

adjacent to the main bathing

beach parking lot and choose

one of the above-mentioned

projects to work on from 9 a.m.

to noon.

At noon they all come back to

the pavilion to enjoy a cookout

given by the ladies of the VIA

(Village Improvement Association).

The first 100 volunteers will

receive a free National Trails

Day T-shirt.

National Trails Day, a

National Service Day created

by the American Hiking Association,

is sponsored by the

Friends of Cape Henlopen State


The mission of the Friends in

sponsoring this event has been

threefold: to assist the park

in maintaining their trails; to

encourage citizens of all ages

to become involved in volunteerism

in their communities;

and to promote the stewardship

of natural resources.

If anyone has any questions

or wants more information,

they can contact Rob Schroeder,

trails day coordinator for

the Friends of Cape Henlopen

State Park, at the Biden Center:


Fishing in the First State

➤ Before you fish, clam or crab

• Purchase a 2013 Delaware fishing license and

keep it with you while fishing.

• Get a free 2013 FIN number (automatically generated with

the purchase of an individual license) and keep it with you while


• If fishing for freshwater trout, get a 2013 trout stamp and affix it

to your license.

➤ Fees

• Delaware's fishing license covers both fresh and tidal waters.

Residents, $8.50 whether fishing fresh or tidal waters; priced

higher for nonresidents who will fish either fresh or salt water.

• Delaware license for both fresh and tidal waters is also valid for

recreational crabbing and clamming. There are fees for charter

boats and head boats, and an option for a recreational boat fishing


• The fee for an annual resident fishing license remains $8.50. The

nonresident fee is $20 per year, while the seven-day tourist license

is $12.50. Each of these license options entitles the holder to fish in

any of Delaware's waters, as well crabbing and clamming. Licenses

are good for the calendar year.

• The charter boat fee, for a vessel hired on a per-trip basis, will

cost $150 annually for resident charter boat owners and $300 for

nonresident owners. A head boat license, for a vessel hired on a

per-person basis, will cost $300 annually for residents and $600

for nonresidents. Both the charter and head boat fishing licenses

will cover the license holder as well as all persons fishing from the

licensed vessel.

• Having a boat fishing license is an option that means anyone

fishing on that boat will not need a separate fishing license. Boat

owners can hold a boat fishing license that takes the place of a

fishing license for everyone aboard his vessel. A resident who buys

a boat fishing license also will be given a regular fishing license

to use anywhere in the state. Nonresident holders of boat fishing

licenses will need to purchase a nonresident fishing license to fish

elsewhere in Delaware when not aboard their vessels.

• Residents and nonresidents are exempt from fishing license

requirements if they are the operator of a vehicle with a valid

Delaware surf fishing vehicle permit as long as the vehicle is

located on a designated Delaware State Park surf fishing area.

Normal licensing provisions will apply to other occupants of that

vehicle if they are fishing.

• Children under the age of 16 and senior residents 65 and older

are exempt from new licensing provisions.

• New licenses will be available at licensing agents statewide and

at Jan. 1 of each year. For more information or to

obtain a fishing license, call 302-739-9918.

➤ Basic Boating Safety Course

• All persons born on or after January 1, 1978 must take the Safe

Boating Course.

• Helps to build confidence for beginning boaters, and review

knowledge in more advanced boaters. More advanced boaters

can then move on to take additional courses.

• The knowledge learned helps to avoid the possibility of receiving

tickets, violations or having to go to court

• The course teaches parents and minors, the obligations and

responsibilities of operating both vessels and personal water crafts

on Delaware waters

• Completing the Safe Boating course enables you to receive a

discount on your insurance policy

• Who needs to take a boating exam?

Anyone born on or after January 1, 1978

Source: Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife

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Don’t miss annual

Dew Tour events in OC

Three marquee

events June 20-23

The Dew Tour announced

the competitions and the

invited athletes for the Pantech

Beach Championships in Ocean

City, Md., June 20-23. The new

Dew Tour – featuring three

large-scale, premium events

– will debut with a mix of

returning and new Skateboard

and BMX disciplines, Surf and

multiple music performances.

The Dew Tour Pantech Beach

Championships will be free to


While developing the new

Dew Tour, Alli Sports and

Mountain Dew – reinforcing

their long-standing commitment

to the action sports

community – have garnered

feedback from athletes, agents

and industry veterans. Open

communication led to the

new model of the Dew Tour,

with athletes expressing their

opinions on ideal courses,

disciplines, formats and overall

event authenticity.

The Dew Tour Pantech Beach

Championships will capture

the unique beach lifestyle in the

competitions, music and character

of the transition-focused


More information:

disciplines with a backdrop of

Atlantic Ocean.

New to the Dew Tour last

year were the Mega 2.0 event

for both Skate and BMX. The

Beach event also featured the

Skate Bowl Legends competition.

The Dew Tour Pantech Beach

Championships will feature

the top names in action sports

competing in the following disciplines:

Skate Vert, Skate Bowl,

Skate Legends Bowl, Skate Megal

2.0, BMX Vert, BMX Park,

BMX Mega 2.0 and Surf.

The Dew Tour is working

with a committee of industry

experts and course designers to

ensure that the most progressive

competitions possible are

featured at the new Dew Tour.

Selection Committees for

each discipline have been created

to invite the top action

sports athletes to compete in

the four-day action sports and

lifestyle festival.

The Dew Tour Pantech

Beach Championships will be

showcased across 11 broadcast

hours on NBC and NBC Sports

Network and an all-new digital

platform with live streaming

plus exclusive behind the

scenes and in-depth content on

For additional Dew Tour

event information, go to

and the Dew Tour

ANDY MACDONALD keeps focused on landing his trick at last year’s Dew Tour in Ocean City.

Facebook page.

The Dew Tour consists of

three marquee events in distinct

beach, city and mountain locales,

featuring summer sports

of skateboarding and BMX,

with additional competitions

of surf and freestyle motocross;

snowboard (superpipe and

slopestyle) and freeskiing (superpipe

and slopestyle) will be

It’s summer: Dispelling the myths

associated with use of sunscreen

The arrival of summer is

almost universally welcomed

with open arms. After a long

winter or rain-soaked spring,

summer sun can be just what

the doctor ordered.

But spending too much time

in the sun can prove dangerous

as well. Adding to those

dangers is the common misconceptions

associated with sun

exposure, many of which give

summer revelers a false sense

of security when spending time

outdoors. The following myths

might be commonly believed,

but that doesn’t make them


• Myth: Sunburns are only

possible when it’s really sunny.

Even on an overcast day it’s

possible to suffer a severe

sunburn. UV radiation can

penetrate clouds, so be sure to

check UV levels before heading

outside, even if it doesn’t appear

as if the sun is out.

• Myth: Certain skin types are

safe from skin cancer. People

with olive skin commonly feel

as if they’re immune to skin

cancer. However, skin cancer

knows no skin type, and everyone

is at its mercy when spending

time outdoors without

protection. While people with

darker skin have a lesser risk of

skin cancer than fair-skinned

folks, that doesn’t mean they

are immune.

• Myth: Sunbathers are the

only ones susceptible to skin

cancer. Even normal, every day

exposure to sun makes people

susceptible to skin cancer.

Sunburns can occur whether

a person is walking the dog or

washing the car. While sun-

bathers are at a greater risk, that

reality doesn’t make routine

exposure any safer.

• Myth: Self tanners protect

skin from the sun. Fake tans do

not improve the body’s ability

to protect itself from the sun.

Be sure to wear sun block even

if skin has been darkened with a

self tanner.

• Myth: My skin tans and

doesn’t burn, so I don’t need

sunblock. UV rays can damage

living cells, and the skin

often turns brown as a means

of protecting itself from these

harmful rays. So just because

the skin turns brown instead of

red doesn’t make it any more

safe from the sun than skin that

reddens upon exposure.

• Myth: Cosmetics that

contain sunscreen provide

adequate sun protection.

Moisturizers and foundations

with sunscreen can be adequate

when the skin is exposed for

very short periods of time.

However, those planning to

spend ample time outdoors

should use a separate sunscreen

to protect skin. Oftentimes,

beauty products that contain

sunscreen have a sun protection

factor far below the recommended

SPF 30.

• Myth: Skin cancer is easily

treated. Like all cancers,

skin cancer can metastasize

and spread to other parts of

the body. What’s more, there

is no cure for skin cancer, and

treatment options include surgery

and chemotherapy. Any

changes in the skin should immediately

be reported to your


featured at the winter event.

The Dew Tour events are

premium action sports and

lifestyle festivals combining the

best in action sports competitions

along with the Dew Tour

Experience and live music


The Dew Tour is broadcast

live on NBC and NBC Sports

Network and streamed live on The Dew Tour


is also distributed on Universal

HD, and internationally

on Eurosport, Fox Australia,

Extreme Channel and Allarco

Superchannel. The Dew Tour

partners include Mountain Dew

(tour title sponsor), Toyota,

Pantech, GoDaddy, Mongoose,

National Guard, Paul Mitchell

and Stride.


SPENDING TOO MUCH TIME in the sun can prove dangerous.












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JADEN SMITH in "After Earth."

Movies »

Movie listings include those of the Movies

at Midway. Times and listings may change.

• After Earth: A crash landing leaves

Kitai Raige and his father Cypher stranded

on Earth, 1,000 years after events forced

humanity's escape. With Cypher injured,

Kitai must embark on a perilous journey to

signal for help.PG-13.

• Now You See Me: An FBI agent and an

Interpol detective track a team of illusionists

who pull off bank heists during their

performances and reward their audiences

with the money. Rated PG-13.

• The Hangover Part III: This time, there's

no wedding, no bachelor party – just one

simple road trip. What could possibly go

wrong? Rated R.

• Fast & Furious 6: Since Dom and Brian's

Rio heist toppled a kingpin's empire and

left their crew with $100 million, our

heroes have scattered across the globe. But

their inability to return home and living forever

on the lam have left their lives incomplete.

Rated PG-13.

• Epic: The story of an ongoing battle

between the forces of good, who keep the

natural world alive, and the forces of evil,

who wish to destroy it. Rated PG-13.

• Star Trek Into Darkness: After the

crew of the Enterprise find an unstoppable

force of terror from within their own organization,

Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to

a war-zone world to capture a one man

weapon of mass destruction. Rated PG-13.

• The Great Gatsby: A Midwestern war

veteran finds himself drawn to the past and

lifestyle of his millionaire neighbor. Rated


• Mud: Two teenage boys encounter a

fugitive and form a pact to help him evade

the bounty hunters on his trail and to

reunite him with his true love. Rated PG-13.

• Iron Man 3: When Tony Stark's world is

torn apart by a formidable terrorist called

the Mandarin, he starts an odyssey of

rebuilding and retribution. Rated PG-13.

• Big Wedding: A long-divorced couple

fakes being married as their family unites

for a wedding. Rated R.

• Pain & Gain: A trio of bodybuilders in

Florida get caught up in an extortion ring

and a kidnapping scheme that goes terribly

wrong. Rated R.

• 42: The life story of Jackie Robinson

and his history-making signing with the

Brooklyn Dodgers under the guidance

of team executive Branch Rickey. Rated


Friday, May 31 to Thursday, June 6

The Movies at


Rt. One, Midway Sh opping Center

Rehoboth Beach, DE

Follow us on FACEBOOK!

Schedules, Events, Trailers and more!

Matinee is all shows prior to 6 pm


(1:45) (PG-13)

4 SHOWS DAILY 1:45 4:30 7:10 9:20


(2:01) (PG-13)

4 SHOWS DAILY 1:50 4:40 7:00 9:35


(1:45) (R)

8 SHOWS DAILY 1:40 2:10 4:20 4:50

7:05 7:30 9:15 9:45


(2:15) (PG-13)

8 SHOWS DAILY 12:50 1:30 3:30 4:10

6:25 6:50 9:05 9:30


(1:47 (PG)


3D: 1:15 6:35

STANDARD 2D: 3:30 8:50


(2:18) (PG-13) 8 SHOWS DAILY

3D: 12:45 3:35 6:25 9:10

STANDARD 2D: 1:10 3:55 6:40 9:30


(2:27) (PG-13)

4 SHOWS DAILY 12:50 3:45 6:30 9:20


(2:15) (PG-13)

4 SHOWS DAILY 1:30 4:15 7:00 9:40


(2:15) (PG-13)


3D: 1:00 3:40 6:20 9:00

STANDARD 2D: 1:25 4:05 6:45 9:25


(2:13) (PG-13)

4 SHOWS DAILY 1:00 3:45 6:35 9:15


Pick up tickets at Kiosk


Conferences, Birthday Parties,

Meetings, Whatever the need

for information please call

(302) 645-1135


For R-Rated films you must be 17 years of

age or accompanied by a parent or

guardian. Photo identification required.




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Wild Delmarva » Kevin Fleming

Itchy Egret...

FISHING WAS A LITTLE SLOW, so this Snowy Egret took a

moment to scratch an itch. Snowy Egrets are with us from

spring through autumn when they migrate south for the

winter. These small, white herons are easy to identify with

their black legs and yellow feet.

To see more of Kevin’s photography visit his gallery at 239 Rehoboth

Avenue in Rehoboth Beach or go to

Delaware’s Cape Region Forecast and Tides


Mostly sunny and


High 84-88

UV Index: 8


Mainly clear and


Low 65-69


Partly sunny, warm

and humid

84-88 / 66-70

UV Index: 8

Delaware Cape Region Tides


Clouds and sun;

breezy, warm

81-85 / 66-70

UV Index: 8

The higher the UV Index number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection.


Mostly sunny, breezy

and humid

80-84 / 66-70

UV Index: 8

Broadkill Beach May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 1:47 a.m. 2:46 a.m. 3:47 a.m. 4:48 a.m. 5:48 a.m. 6:44 a.m. 7:35 a.m.

First low 8:32 a.m. 9:29 a.m. 10:27 a.m. 11:22 a.m. 12:05 a.m. 1:05 a.m. 1:58 a.m.

Second high 3:28 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:25 p.m. 7:14 p.m. 7:59 p.m.

Second low 8:47 p.m. 9:53 p.m. 11:00 p.m. ‑‑‑ 12:15 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 1:50 p.m.

Cape Henlopen May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 1:14 a.m. 2:13 a.m. 3:14 a.m. 4:15 a.m. 5:15 a.m. 6:11 a.m. 7:02 a.m.

First low 7:36 a.m. 8:33 a.m. 9:31 a.m. 10:26 a.m. 11:19 a.m. 12:09 a.m. 1:02 a.m.

Second high 1:53 p.m. 2:55 p.m. 3:57 p.m. 4:57 p.m. 5:52 p.m. 6:41 p.m. 7:26 p.m.

Second low 7:51 p.m. 8:57 p.m. 10:04 p.m. 11:09 p.m. ‑‑‑ 12:09 p.m. 12:54 p.m.

Rehoboth Beach May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 12:26 a.m. 1:23 a.m. 2:23 a.m. 3:24 a.m. 4:23 a.m. 5:16 a.m. 6:03 a.m.

First low 6:52 a.m. 7:49 a.m. 8:43 a.m. 9:37 a.m. 10:28 a.m. 11:17 a.m. 12:15 a.m.

Second high 12:59 p.m. 2:01 p.m. 3:06 p.m. 4:08 p.m. 5:03 p.m. 5:51 p.m. 6:34 p.m.

Second low 7:05 p.m. 8:10 p.m. 9:14 p.m. 10:19 p.m. 11:20 p.m. ‑‑‑ 12:03 p.m.

Indian River Inlet May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 1:07 a.m. 2:04 a.m. 3:04 a.m. 4:05 a.m. 5:04 a.m. 5:57 a.m. 6:44 a.m.

First low 6:55 a.m. 7:52 a.m. 8:46 a.m. 9:40 a.m. 10:31 a.m. 11:20 a.m. 12:18 a.m.

Second high 1:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m. 3:47 p.m. 4:49 p.m. 5:44 p.m. 6:32 p.m. 7:15 p.m.

Second low 7:08 p.m. 8:13 p.m. 9:17 p.m. 10:22 p.m. 11:23 p.m. ‑‑‑ 12:06 p.m.

Oak Orchard

May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 3:17 a.m. 4:14 a.m. 5:14 a.m. 6:15 a.m. 7:14 a.m. 8:07 a.m. 8:54 a.m.

First low 10:23 a.m. 11:20 a.m. 12:14 p.m. 12:45 a.m. 1:50 a.m. 2:51 a.m. 3:46 a.m.

Second high 3:50 p.m. 4:52 p.m. 5:57 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 7:54 p.m. 8:42 p.m. 9:25 p.m.

Second low 10:36 p.m. 11:41 p.m. ‑‑‑ 1:08 p.m. 1:59 p.m. 2:48 p.m. 3:34 p.m.

Fenwick Island May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 12:19 a.m. 1:16 a.m. 2:16 a.m. 3:17 a.m. 4:16 a.m. 5:09 a.m. 5:56 a.m.

First low 6:51 a.m. 7:48 a.m. 8:42 a.m. 9:36 a.m. 10:27 a.m. 11:16 a.m. 12:14 a.m.

Second high 12:52 p.m. 1:54 p.m. 2:59 p.m. 4:01 p.m. 4:56 p.m. 5:44 p.m. 6:27 p.m.

Second low 7:04 p.m. 8:09 p.m. 9:13 p.m. 10:18 p.m. 11:19 p.m. ‑‑‑ 12:02 p.m.

Ocean City

May 30 May 31 Jun. 1 Jun. 2 Jun. 3 Jun. 4 Jun. 5

First high 12:11 a.m. 1:08 a.m. 2:08 a.m. 3:09 a.m. 4:08 a.m. 5:01 a.m. 5:48 a.m.

First low 6:44 a.m. 7:41 a.m. 8:35 a.m. 9:29 a.m. 10:20 a.m. 11:09 a.m. 12:07 a.m.

Second high 12:44 p.m. 1:46 p.m. 2:51 p.m. 3:53 p.m. 4:48 p.m. 5:36 p.m. 6:19 p.m.

Second low 6:57 p.m. 8:02 p.m. 9:06 p.m. 10:11 p.m. 11:12 p.m. ‑‑‑ 11:55 a.m.




A couple of t‑storms Clouds and sunshine Clouds breaking for


some sun

78-82 / 63-67 78-82 / 58-62 67-71 / 60-64

UV Index: 4 UV Index: 7 UV Index: 6

Forecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. ©2013

Today: Wind from the south‑southwest at 7‑14 knots.

Wave heights 2‑4 feet. Visibility unrestricted.

Friday: Wind from the south‑southwest at 7‑14 knots.

Wave heights 2‑4 feet. Visibility generally clear.

Saturday: Wind from the south‑southwest at 10‑20 knots.

Wave heights 2‑4 feet. Visibility generally clear.

Sunday: Wind from the south at 12‑25 knots. Wave

heights 3‑6 feet. Visibility generally unrestricted.

Monday: Wind south‑southwest 12‑25 knots. Wave

heights 3‑5 feet. Visibility under 2 miles in thunderstorms.

Tuesday: Wind from the north‑northwest at 8‑16 knots.

Wave heights 2‑4 feet. Visibility unrestricted.

Wednesday: Wind from the east‑northeast at 8‑16 knots. Wave heights

4‑8 feet. Visibility generally clear.

Regional Summary

Mostly sunny and humid today. High

86. Mainly clear and humid tonight. Low

67. Partly sunny, very warm and humid

tomorrow. High 86. Breezy and very

warm Saturday with clouds and sun.

High 83. Sunny to partly cloudy, breezy

and humid Sunday. High 82. Monday: a

couple of thunderstorms possible.

Sun and Moon

Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset

Today 5:38 a.m. 8:18 p.m.

Friday 5:38 a.m. 8:19 p.m.

Saturday 5:37 a.m. 8:19 p.m.

Sunday 5:37 a.m. 8:20 p.m.

Monday 5:37 a.m. 8:21 p.m.

Tuesday 5:36 a.m. 8:21 p.m.

Wed. 5:36 a.m. 8:22 p.m.

Boating Forecast

Weather History

On May 30, 1968,

flooding in northeastern

New Jersey caused

$133 million in dam‑

age. This followed a

severe drought in the mid‑1960s that

had led to water restrictions in the


Today 12:20 a.m. 11:42 a.m.

Friday 12:56 a.m. 12:48 p.m.

Saturday 1:28 a.m. 1:51 p.m.

Sunday 1:59 a.m. 2:52 p.m.

Monday 2:31 a.m. 3:52 p.m.

Tuesday 2:31 a.m. 3:52 p.m.

Wed. 2:31 a.m. 3:52 p.m.

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