Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on March 20, 1998 · Page 16
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 16

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Friday, March 20, 1998
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B-8 — FRI., MARCH 20-SAT., MARCH 21, 1998 Arts Entertainment THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL, "Feat of Freedom" dancers in rehearsal for "Shake, Rattle and Roll." Performance project returns to stage N ear and Arnold's School of Performing Arts & Cultural Education presents the Third Cultural Performance Project, "Shake, Rattle and Roll," Saturday and Sunday, March 28 and 29 at the Mendocino College Little Theatre. The performances are in cooperation with Mendocino College Community Extension. The performances are a benefit for SPACE'S building renovation and program expansion and are partially underwritten by Rainbow Construction and Skip Gibbs Company, Inc. in Ukiah. Over a dozen regional groups come together for these performances of dance and movement^ celebrating the area's diversity in styles and traditions. Swing, street, tap, ballet, modem, contact and jazz dance are mixed with traditional Mexican and Pomo Indian dance traditions. Also included are drumming and singing as well as a special presentation by California Indian poet Linda Noel. Among the scheduled guests are Freddie Long and Joe Dowling in a Contact Improvisation duet, Ballet Folklorico and Ballet Folklorico de los Ninos, Mendocino Ballet directed by Mary Knight, Eddie Vedolla and partner dancing Country Swing, Capoiera Yokayo directed by Amunka Davila, In the Streets Dance Team directed by Rocio Mendoza, and Feat of Freedom Modern Dancers under the direction of Sandy Metzler. A contemporary interpretation of Irish dancing will be performed by the young Modem dancers of the Jenna Byrne School of Dance. A sample of musical theatre will be presented by Earth Trek Teens directed by Laurel Near and the Strictly Streets dancers offer a special movement piece choreographed by Ukiah Gymnastics Director Gayle Fillman. And finally, from Santa Rosa, the outstanding dancers "S.K.D." reinvent "break dancing" to new forms. Also appearing are local Native American dancers David Lincoln and Sterling Wright as well as the Hinthil Traditional Pomo Dancers directed by Christine and Rick Hamilton. In the lobby before the performances and during intermission will be the Pomolita Steel Pan Drummers under the musical direction of Kathy Allan. "Shake, Rattle and Roll" performances are Saturday, March 28 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., and Sunday, March 29 at 2 p.m. matinee. The Little Theatre at Mendocino College is located at 1000 Hensley Creek Road in Ukiah. Seating is limited and the shows are expected to sell out. Tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for seniors and students 12 and under, and are available in advance at the Mendocino Book Company in Ukiah. For further information, call 4621759. Grisham tops book list The Associated Press HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "The Street Lawyer" by John Grisham (Doubleday) 2. "Paradise" by Toni Morrison (Knopf) 3. "Cold Mountain" by Charles Frazier (Atlantic Month- iy) 4. "Pandora" by Anne Rice (Knopf) 5. "Black and Blue" by Anna Quindlen (Random House) 6. "Memoirs of a Geisha" by Arthur Golden (Knopf) 7. "Blood Work" by Michael Connelly (Little. Brown) 8. "Thrill!" by Jackie Collins (Simon & Schuster) ••^••m^%ftn»frM-'ytfJi •tfafr" - . .•-•'-.- •-:-•.'. •^^^^ ? 3f^:-;;:-;*4' 1 .:- iS^feiSfSSAfcf^lls R.V., TRAILERS, and 5™ WHEEL'S WHOLESALE Saturday, Mar. 21 & Sunday, Mar. 22, 1998 DUE TO THE BANKRUPTCY OF A SOUTHERN CA DEALERSHIP, HAS BEEN ASSIGNED OVER TWENTY TRAILERS, 5™ WHEEL'S & CAB-OVER CAMPERS BY SKYLINE INDUSTRIES located in the .Ukiah Mervyn f s Parking Lot THE FUN STHRTS WHEN YOU GET HERE! (BOO) FUN-195O *Z > * ^ • \ * -"\ " *• -* ^<v* i, N 2 •f "•< •. M " > % < ^-. % -^:-i:-L —-^TT^ii4%U UITCI ,.-Vu 4Mp IfeATrl*lJ^I^-C x \;' ^" 9I« FW^i •>•%.•% flP WDHISDMS BURGHS PLUS: POT CH WEAR GREEN ON THE 777H AND GET $ 70.00 MATCH PLAY 5-9PM SUNDAYS MONDAYS TUESDAYS SENIOR NIGHT $10°° MATCH PLAY 6-8 pm COME EARLY! ***************** $495 DINNER SPECIAL $1Qoo MATCH P1AY 7-9 PM BINGO NOON-6 PM JACKPOTS 6PM-9PM 10 Minutes Out Of Each Hour BINGO NOON-6 PM WEDNESDAYS CUSTOMER APPRECIATION NIGHT!! *5°° MATCH SPIN AT 7:00 PM SPIN AT 8:00 PM SPIN AT 9:00 PM 990 Checker burger 5 pm-9 pm BINGO NOON-6 PM THURSDAYS FRIDAYS SATURDAYS 7-9 PM VIDEO TOURNAMENT 8PM XdNoai HUTU N A' CflS'WO K BINGO Promotions may be changed or discontinued at anytime. We are now self powered if there should be a power outage in Lakeport. -.1 I

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