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A feast of art and music at Eaglefest

Eagle photography show

NARROWSBURG, NY—A unique and extensive collection of eagle photography by wildlife photographer John A. DiGiorgio will be on display at the Delaware Arts Center throughout EagleFest 2005, which will take place Saturday, January 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

DiGiorgio has been a photographer for nearly 20 years, capturing images for such projects as Native Americans of the South West, Ellis Island Unseen, Spirit of the Wolf, The Alaskan Grizzly and Portraits of the Bald Eagle.

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What's at the Movies
by Ian Pugh

‘Sideways’ is true to life and its characters

From the opening of “Sideways,” the film appears to have the potential to suffer from “quirk overkill”—where an odd, plinking soundtrack exists in nearly all the scenes and characters are unbelievably offbeat. Such whimsy is what attracts filmgoers to movies like “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou,” but such treatment eventually sinks the production by sailing adrift in a meaningless fashion.

Luckily, “Sideways” manages to avoid the problem altogether with a single solution: it has a point, a gloriously intricate point.

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Duke pottery and Gronbeck paintings at arts gallery

NARROWSBURG, NY—“Patterns and Rhythms,” a two-person show featuring the pottery of Carolyn Duke and the paintings of Kristin Gronbeck will kick off the 2005 Delaware Arts Center Gallery’s exhibition season. A reception for the artists will take place on Saturday, January 22, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and the show will run through Friday, February 11.

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