These three events have your name on them this weekend.
Crazy In Stereo
WHAT Crazy In Stereo in concert
WHEN 9:30 p.m., Friday
WHERE Fire & Ice at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, 1131 North Dupont Highway, Dover
INFO doverdowns.com or call 674-4600
Bonkers seems tamed after experiencing the guys and dolls behind Crazy In Stereo.
Every bar and stool is a stage for this crew. And their antics are only outmatched by their lush harmonies and musicianship.
If you're in the mood for an eclectic flavor of dance, rock, country and hip hop ─ look no further. Crazy In Stereo will have you covered at the Fire & Ice Lounge at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino tonight.
In addition to their shenanigans, another quality separating Crazy In Stereo from its peers is that the clan has a nice selection of hip-hop tunes in its arsenal like B.O.B.'s "Airplanes," Jay-Z's "Dirt Off Your Shoulder" and "99 Problems," Kanye West's "Gold Digger" and Run DMC's "It's Tricky." Of course, the guys also play classic rock covers. But Def Leppard's "Pour Some Sugar on Me" just doesn't excite like "99 Problems."
A 'Purrfect' Friday
WHAT First Friday
WHEN 5 to 7 p.m., Friday (some venues will stay open later)
WHERE Downtown Dover
INFO Visit Purrfect Haven Cat Rescue on Facebook
The local non-profit to benefit from this month's fabulous First Friday in downtown Dover is Purrfect Haven Cat Rescue, an organization devoted to rehabilitating and placing abandoned and homeless cats through its network of foster homes and public adoptions.
For those who aren't in the know, a number of the businesses participating in First Friday will remain open until 7 p.m., while some remain open even later.
At Bel Boutique (Loockerman Street), ever-popular singer-songwriter Rick Hudson will entertain while you snack on light fare.
At Beyond Dimensions, singer-songwriter Greg Shupe will deliver an eclectic repertoire of political and humorous songs, with some being originals and others covers.
At the Biggs Museum of American Art (Federal Street), The Legacy of the Currier and Ives - Shaping of the American Spirit is a new exhibition displaying prints of some of America's favorite pastimes.
At the Dover Art League (W. Loockerman Street), plein air artist E. Jean Laynon's exceptional works are on display in the The Artist's Eye exhibit in the Holden Gallery.
At Dover Newsstand (W. Loockerman Street), Talent Show Act, an indie folk power-duo featuring Jon Duerr and Laura Fallon, will return for another intimate performance.
Additional businesses for this month's First Friday includes Golden Fleece (W. Loockerman Street), Partners in Design (W. Loockerman Street), A&B Plus Consignment Shoppe (S. Governor's Avenue); Forney's (W. Loockerman Street) and Forney's Too (W. Loockerman Street); Maxine's Fashions (W. Loockerman Street); Suds Bar Soap and Essentials (W. Loockerman Street) and Touch of Glass (S. Governors Avenue).
'Booking' it to Acorn
WHAT Book signing with indie author Leon Opio and nine other authors
WHEN Noon to 4 p.m., Saturday
WHERE Acorn Books, 1030 Forrest Ave., Suite 114, Dover
INFO acornbooks.net or call 734-9100
Desperation is choking the life out of four people being held captive in separate rooms.
Each person is responsible for the same crime and will endure his or her own private hell. While in these rooms, they'll relive the acts that have brought them together. They'll each endure fear and pain and will understand how it feels to yell for help and have no one come to their rescue.
This is the dismal reality for an unlucky bunch in Leon Opio's new horror novel, "Vengeance is Mine," a book he'll be signing autographs for at Acorn Books on Saturday.
Opio will be accompanied by nine other indie authors signing books: William Walton, Helen Dowing, Cheyenne Doe, Dana Davis, McKenzie Betts, William Kaye, Father Mast, Michele Cheynoweth and Lacey Lafferty.