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BIO TheWailers return to Charles Town Sunday, bringing along the instantly recognizable sound of reggae music, the genre the musicians have made famous around the world. AIJ~O~J~," Aston "Family Man" Barrett's syncopated, melodic bass lines will be the foundation for the Wailers' Sunday per- formance. HI~OW ~ The late Bob Marley. The Wailers bring the legacy of Bob Marley to Charles Town By ROBERT SMITH CHARLES TOWN -- Since Bob Marley formed the Wailers in the mid-1960s, the band has gone on to sell more than 250 million albums. And its popularity continues to grow. On Sunday, the band, which has been led by Dwayne "Danglin" Anglin since 2010, will return to the H Lounge in Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. The band last performed in Charles Town in 2012. Before lead singer and guitarist Marley died of cancer in 1981 at age 36, he wrote a number of hits, including "I Shot the Sheriff," "Redemption Song," "Jamming" and "No Woman, No Cry," which are all still radio staples. In a phone interview from San Francisco, Anglin said he understands why the band continues to reso- nate around the world. "It's no surprise, the reason the music was rele- vant then is the same reason it is relevant now, be- cause there is a great need for it as long as there is injustice and inequality in the world," he said. "This kind of music will always be relevant because this is What: The Wailers When: 8 p.m, Sunday Where: H Lounge at HOllywood Casino at Charles Town Races See WAILERS Page B11 This weekend brings the end of the Contemporary American Theater Festival's 2013 season. Among 2013's world premieres: "A Discourse on the Wonders of the Invisible World," by Uz Duffy Adams. Set a decade after the Salem witch trials, the play stars Rod Brogan (left), Becky Byers and Susannah Hoffman. SETH FREEMAN for CATF CATF finale: Sunday counted tickets, as can seniors, duction, sponsored by the Charles brings the end of the 2013 students and others. For more de- Town Kiwanis, includes perfor- season of the Contemporary tails or to reserve seats, call 800- mances at 7:30 p.m. Friday and American Theater Festival in 999-2283 or go to Saturday as well as a Sunday mat- Shepherdstown and theater- inee at 2:30 p.m. goers' final touch to see the "Charlotte's Web": Young ac: Tickets to the show at 204 N. latest works by acclaimed tors from 8 to 18 take the stage at George St. cost $15 for adults or playwrights Sam Shepard, Charles Town's Old Opera House $10 for students. For more infor- Mark St. Germain, Liz Duffy Theater stage this weekend to mation or to reserve tickets, call Adams, Jon Kern and Jane bring E.B. White's classic novel 304-725-4420 or go online to old- Martin. "Charlotte's Web" to life. West Virginians can get dis- The Summer Youth Theatre pro- See OUT Page B11 Slice up zucchini for Vegetable Napoleons. The recipe also features fresh red onion, tomato and eggplant. By CHRISTINE MILLER FORD f your garden - or your gener- ous neighbor's garden - is producing a plethora of zuc- chini these days, let Napoleon come to the rescue. The classic Napoleon is a French dessert made with puff pastry and layers of whipped cream, but lately the term has expanded to include any dish featuring layers. This savory recipe calls on grilled zucchini and a variety of other fresh produce. No surplus zucchini? No problem. The Panhandle is home to many wonderful farm stands as well as farmer's markets offered each week in Charles Town, Shepherdstown, Bardane and elsewhere, where shop- pers can pick up just-picked zucchi- ni and other vegetables perfect for See RECIPE Page B11 FF 95 5 9 7 3: !F6 i; I