The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 13, 1991 · Page 34
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 34

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C-12Music Till CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Friday, September 13, 1991 Music While car radios provide the music, greasy long-haired hippie types mingle among crew cuts and updated beatniks in mourning wardrobes of black shirts, slacks, hats and shoes to create a '50s meets '60s movie with a soundtrack of rap and roll. 251-3747. Overview of folk music from jug bands and guitar pickers to old folkies and folk rockers in an alcohol-free environment. Cafe Vienna, 1141 St. Gregory, Mount Adams. 621-6655. Investigates the mind-body problem (with a menu quoting Beetho ven and Ionesco), feminist theory, civil disobedience, ethics and morality plus truth, justice and the American way over steaming cups of cappuccino and hot jazz, classical and bossa nova notes. Classes held indoors and out, weather and philosophy permitting. undergraduates. Prerequisite: Must be housebroken. The Streets, around UC, Xa-vier, Mount St. Joseph, NKU. Free field trips along campus streets study the socialization skills of the college culture circa 1991. The Blind Lemon, 936 Hatch, Mount Adams, 241-3885. Theory and practice of civilized behavior. Sedate. Low-key. Cool. No chugging contests. Techniques of drinking beer from a glass are stressed. Ideal for post-graduate work or advanced mm mmwmMw "OUTRAGEOUS! One of the best films I've seen this year!" - Jo4 Good Morning America "There's No Resisting 'The Commitments!.. A Film With A Sound So Potent It Could Probably Liberate The World." - Kenneth Turon, LOS ANGELES TIMES ? "AMAZING... Beautiful, lively and intelligent!" - Tdttwic ftaffarty, The Nw Vorhr - lawnmc Frncttta, US Maoulnt "ROUSING ENTERTAINMENT. just A Great Time At The Movies." - Richard Corliss, TIME MAGAZINE CONTINUED FROM PAGE C-l ous guest lecturers includes: James Brown, Prince, Huey Lewis & the News, Dire Straits, Keith Jarrett, Leo Kottke and Los Lobos. Dollar Bill's Saloon, 2618 Vine, Corryville, 861-0660. Former antique-filled spot redesigned to acquaint 1990s students with the basic concepts of listening to serious homegrown rock in a generic bar. Neon beer signs line the walls. Images dance silently across TV screens while bands play in the window overlooking the street. Patrons hold down the chatter even the pool table in the back room clams up while the band plays on. Sudsy Malone's Laundry & Libation Emporium, 2626 Vine, Corryville, 751-2300. Exploration of the relationship between a post-modern rock V roll bar with a laundromat and rest-rooms sporting so much ground-in dirt they need to be dumped into the joint's washers. TopCats, 2822 Vine, Corryville, 281-2005. A survey of campus bars from the Middle Ages. TopCats which opened Aug. 16 used to be Hot Shotz, which used to be Shipley's, the college hangout in Cincinnati for 60 years, from 1925 until 1985. Mullane's Parkside Cafe, 723 Race, Downtown, 381-1331. Intensely examines politics, art theory and male-female roles in the North American city of Cincinnati during the late 20th century to the accompaniment of a politically correct veggie-heavy menu and subtle jazz. Leo Coffeehouse, 270 Calhoun St., Corryville, It o 3r :r til The Commitments' is lutiiiiplig si Ll a loud, rollicking Comic extravaganza." - Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUNTIMES II k k i 1 It ESQUIRE THEATRE 320 LUDLOW 281-8750 SHOWING DAILY 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 7:45, 9:50 "Where Classics Are Born- K K M M -Jock Mathews, NEWSDAY v AMERICA'S JjfflME WILL KEEP YOU ON THE OMXt&YOtlR SEAT! f 1 & Ar I i f 7Si XT. J ; r i ' - '.'...,- v, , , "AN EERIE CLASSIC IN THE SAME LEAGUE WITH VINTAGE HITCHCOCK." Raft (niMi, 5 Read Cliff Radel's reviews in Tempo to get the latest news on pop music. ixlxtv t , iX m $ " If t 0? i i t V VI I If I W I W A uulB 1 y vu lr r ' r V'W Si mm 1 mm mm m j iim mm mm v-i1 itiH : n a mu . mm u -STARTS TODAY- Watmees Sat 4 Sun An features nresentec in ootoy stereo "WHAT ABOUT BOB?" (PC) 7 30 "ROCKETEER" (PC) 7 00 "DYING 0UNG"R)5?O 9 30 "DANCES WITH WOLVES1, (PG-13) 900 Sorry, no children under 3 admitted at any lime. LOIWS KENWOOD TOWNE CENTRE UNWOOD AT MON1COMEIV 791 22 LOB Mrs TRI-COUNTY 1-5 1 1 SOO PRINCETON PIKE 771-454a Lorws FLORENCE 76BS FLORENCE MALI. HO. 535-8000 i ikt:1i fhTWffml 12:45 3:10 5:30 12:20 2:40 5:00 7:55 10:10 7:30 9:55 SHOWCASE CINEMAS CINCINNATI 3si-e23a SHOWCASE CINEMAS SPRINGDALE 671-6BB4 2:10 5:00 7:30 9:50 12:00 NOW PLAYING 2:15 4:45 7:25 9:50 12:05 1:05,3:25,5:35,7:50,10:05 FrlSit UK Showi 12:10 " ISPECIAl ENGAGEMENT - NO PASSES OR DISCOUNT TICKETS ACCEPTED! TWO BUSBY BERKELEY CMS "FOOTLIGHT PARADE" (1932) James Cagney, Joan Blondell. Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell Fri.. Sal. 7 30 "GOLD DIGGERS OF 1935" o.ck Pn.ii. Adoiphe Meniou. Gienoa Farrell. Gloria Stuart. Fri , Sal 9 34 Hear We organ spin songs from the great era ot Hollywood NEXT WEEK: To Have & Have not Marked Woman BORN Novemb er 1984 2 00. 4 00. 6 00. 7 4 5. 9 50 "PARIS IS BURNING" 2 30. 4 30. 7 30. 9 30 "PASTIME" (PG) 2 15 4 15 7 15 9 15 "FREEZE. DIE. COME TO LIFE" "POINT BREAK" (R) NigM'y 7 00.9:15 Sat. Sun 2 00. 4 15. 7 00 9 15 "BILL t TED'S BOGUS JOURNEY" (PG) Winy 7 30 9 30 ' Sit S'in 2 30 4 30 7 30 9 30 CAlLkeW Sept. TheRBIXCharitvDQllQON Experience Dr. Norman Vincent Peale to be seen on weekly IV. to Denefif Qm$ fifV1 Children: s Foundation HOT AIR BALLOONS ! ANTIQUE CAR SHOW ! EVENTS ! BANDS ! FUN FOOD ! FIREWORKS ! T I V 1 FRIDAY EVENING SKY DIVERS 6 PM BALLOON TETHER RIDES $1 6 PM SATURDAY EVENING BALLOON LAUNCHING 6:30 AM ANTIQUE CAR SHOW 10:30-4 PM HORSE SHOW 11AM-6PM BALLOON GLO 8:30 PM PHOTO CONTEST WEBN SKY FROG & HELICOPTER 4-H CLUB DEMONSTRATIONS 10 AM- 5 PM WGRR BAND 2-5 PM SKY DIVERS 3:30 & 6 PM BALLOON RACE 5:30 PM BLUE HEAT BAND 6:30-9:30 PM NO ADMISSION FIREWORKS AT DARK SUNDAY 6:30 AM EARLYBIRD SENDOFF.. fn aanrannB THEY SAVED THE BEST FOR LAST. B0NNIE GREENBIRG -JILL MEMS teMMli LUCA -SfBSaiiTJI "jmWHfflMLIBi CORPORATE SPONSORS DUKE CONSTRUCTION.CINCINNATI ENQUIRERPOST, PRESS COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS, CHIQUITA BRANDS, SLUSH PUPPIE. SPOONERS PIZZERIA VICTORY MORTGAGE, HUMBERT MORTGAGE, BARNACLO MORTGAGE COMPANY BLUE CHIP TITLE, COHEN TODD KITE 4STANFORD-REAL ESTATE CLOSING ATTNYS, THRIFTY PRINT, RAMADA HOTEL-BLUE ASH, SUBURBAN PROPANE, PETROLANE. OUR THANKS ALSO TO THE FOLLOWING: CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL GREATER CINCINNATI i NORTHERN KENTUCKY CAR ASSOCS MUSTANG CLUB, MODEL A CLUB, MODEL T CLUB, CORVETTE CLUBS, BRITISH CAR CLUB, CORVAIR CLUB, BLUE HEAT BAND, HAMILTON COUNTY PARKS BOARD, WAYNESVILLE SKY SPORTS SKY DIVERS RYDER TRUCKS, NORTHERN KENTUCKY FLYFISHERS ASSOC., BUCKEYE FLYFISHERS SOUTHWESTERN OHIO CONSERVATION CLUB, CIVIL WAR RE-ENACTMENT CLUB, CINCINNATI' MODEL BOAT CLUB, BUTLER COUNTY MOUNTED POLICE, SCUBA CONNECTION & PETE'S PHOTOWORLD. BRING LAWN CHAIRS AND BLANKETS FOOD CONCESSIONS ALL FRIDAY EVENING AND ALL DAY SATURDAY FRI. EVENING $5 PER CAR, SAT. $10 PER CAR-WEEKEND CARLOAD PASS $12 AT GATE, $10 PRESALE (PRESALE TICKETS AT ANY REMAX OFFICE IN GREATER CINCINNATI) Governor's Poinfe ( a DUKE commercial park ) Mason-Montgomery Road - xi Mile West of 171 kKllnrK .NHATr AW l lT "?ffU Hi II II IV . GARDEN GROVE, CA. -It was announced today that Dr. Norman Vincent Peale will make 3 consecutive weekly appearances on the popular weekly televised Sunday program Hour of Power. See Dr. Peale on Sundays, September 15, 22 and 29. SUNDAY 10:30AM WKRC-12 SATURDAY 9PM WKOI-43 f -1 I MM uci. WRMMNiUM MMuiaii CngtM MiiMTBQiSSaS"'.r?.w t fti "H' v-V,...' ,:..u-'.vi?..:;:';vi;i; . ruiTiar iumiwmi.ii uw rMiniiiiiiiiuuwiS. 3 te&q3 STARTS TODAY AT THESE SELECTED THEATERS! KENW&0D 27$ EAST II tri-coTtyi-s NORTHATE 1 1 COVED ALE II FLORENCE II MARIEMONT I TrTw"0 "HhdF' srzr- iwisfiffil SSsssSH 79i B100 l B51B900 l 7714544 II SBi im 931-7373 II 5 8400 771 5737 REGAL CINEMA 1201 twn srntti 71 0440 1:40.8 00, 10:00 8:10.10 10 1:40,3:40.5 40. 1:40,3 40.6 40, 7:50,10:10.12:10 7:50.10:00.12:00 5 45.7:50, 10:00 1:50,3:50,5 50, 1:00,10:00,12:00 8:40100, 10:00 SktwiMj nlik T J 1:30.3 30 5 30,

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