The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 29, 1998 · Page 26
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 26

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, May 29, 1998
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D2 FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1998 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL Music WHAT S HOT ff Books THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 THIS UST WEEK WEEK FICTION BEST SELLERS "N" Is for Noose, Sue Grafton You Belong To Me, Mary Higgins Clark A Widow for a Year, John Irving Message In a Bottle, Nicholas Sparks Black and Blue, Anna Quindlen The Long Road Home, Danielle Steel The Street Lawyer, John Grisham Secret Prey, John Sandford Cities of the Plain, Cormac McCarthy Memoirs of a Geisha, Arthur Golden NONFICTION BEST SELLERS Tuesdays With Morrie, Mitch Albom We Are Our Mothers' Daughters, Cokie Roberts Still Me, Christopher Reeve Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt The Millionaire Next Door, Thomas J. Stanley The Man Who Listens to Horses, Monty Roberts The Gifts of the Jews, Thomas Cahill Talking to Heaven, James Van Praagh Amazing Grace, Kathleen Morris Triumph of Justice, Daniel Petrocelli with Peter Knobler • Source.- The New York Times/Week of May S4-30. NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Switcheroo, Olivia Goldsmith A Widow for One Year, John Irving The Volunteer, Carter Coleman Titanic At Two, Paul J. Quinn An Ocean in Iowa, Peter Hedges 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3 1 2 4 5 9 8 6 10 7 Movies S r TOP GROSSING FILMS 1 - Godzilla $55.7 2 1 Deep Impact $19.4 3 2 The Horse Whisperer '.....$14.5 4 - Bulworth $10.5 5 3 The Quest for Camelot $6.3 6 - Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas $4.3 7 6 Titanic $3.7 8 4 City of Angels $3.2 9 5 He Got Game $1.8 10 8 Paulie .' $1.4 « Source: Exhibitor Relations Co,/Weekend of May £2-28. S & TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 1 L.A. Confidential 2 4 Kiss the Girls 3 3 Boogie Nights 4 2 Copland 5 - Allen Resurrection 6 5 The Jackal 7 - Tomorrow Never Dies 8 6 The Full Monty 9 10 Mouse Hunt 10 7 I Know What You Did Last Summer • Source: Billboard magazine/Week of May 24-30. VIDEOS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Catch 22 ••"" Blazing Saddles Red Skelton Breaker Morant The Color of Money GROSS IN MILLIONS : • TOTAL$74.3 $98.9 . $33.1 ' - $10.7 $13.8 $4.3 $577.0 $70.5 $19.1 $22.2 Music WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 THIS WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a 9 10 WEEK 1 3 2 4 5 7 9 8 6 LAST WEEK 2 - 1 4 7 3 TOP POP SINGLES The Boy is Mine, Brandy & Monica Too Close, Next You're Still the One, Shania Twain My All, Mariah Carey 1 Get Lonely, Janet featuring Backstreet Everybody (Backstreet's Back), Backstreet Boys The Arms of the One Who Love You, Xscape All My Life, K-Ci & Jojo Truly Madly Deeply, Savage Garden It's All About Me, Mya featuring Sisqo TOP POP ALBUMS It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, DMX City of Angels, movie soundtrack Sparkle, Sparkle Godzilla - The Album, Soundtrack Lost, Eightball The Limited Series, Garth Brooks Before These Crowded Streets, Dave Matthews Ophelia, Natalie Merchant Band Songs from Ally McBeal (TV Soundtrack), Vonda Shepard Slttin' on Top of the World, LeAnn Rimes • Source: Billboard magazine/Week ot May 24-30. »«/« STAR 95 TOP 20 1 3 Iris, Goo Goo Dolls 2 1 Torn, Natalie Imbruglia 3 6 Everybody (Backstreet's Back), Backstreet Boys 4 2 All My Life, K-Ci & Jo-Jo 5 4 Nice & Slow, Usher 6 9 Too Close, Next 7 13 Never Ever, All Saints 8 7 Anytime, Brian McKnight 9 16 Can't Let Her Go, Boyz II Men 10 8 Zoot Suit Riot, Cherry Poppin 1 Daddies 11 10 Truly, Madly, Deeply, Savage Garden 12 12 My Heart Will Go On, Celine Dion 13 5 Brick, Ben Folds Five 14 - Uninvited, Alanis Morissette 15 15 Not About Romance, Inner Circle 16 14 Adia, Sarah MoLachlan 17 11 Sex & Candy, Marcy Playground 18 17 My All, Mariah Carey 19 20 I Want You Back,'N Sync 20 - The Way, Fastball • Courtesy of KQNS, 95.5 FM, Salina. Ratings basad on heal requesfs and national airplay. »'•' THIS LAST '. i.; WEEK WEEK EAGLE COUNTRY 99.9 TOP 20 One of These Days, Tim McGraw I Just Want to Dance With You, George Strait I Do (Cherish You), Mark Wills Holes in the Floor of Heaven, Steve Wariner If You See Him/If You See Her, Reba & Brooks & Dunn Commitment, LeAnn Rimes That's Why I'm Here, Kenny Chesney The Shoes You're Wearing, Clint Black It Would Be You, Gary Allan I'm From the Country, Tracy Byrd Say When, Lonestar A Man Holdln' On, Ty Herndon Now That I Found You, Terri Clark I Can Still Feel You, Collin Raye From This Moment On, Shania Twain This Kiss, Faith Hill I Might Even Quit Lovin' You, Mark Chesnutt There Goes My Baby, Trisha Yearwood To Make You Feel My Love, Garth Brooks Texas Size Heartache, Joe Oiffie 1 2 2 3 3 5 4 1 5 6 6 7 7 9 8 10 9 12 10 4 11 11 12 14 13 15 14 17 15 19 16 8 17 16 18 20 19 20 • Courtesy oIKSKG, 93.9 FM. HUNT FINNIGAN Hunt, Finnigan to play in Salina dance club Lawrence blues queen Kelley Hunt and her producer, Mike Finnigan, will play a benefit concert for Salina musician Don Rees at 8:30 p.m. June 4 at Randy's Dance Club. Hunt plays piano and Finnigan plays the classic-sounding Hammond B3 organ and will alternate as featured vocalist. Hunt has a CD out titled "Kelley Hunt" that features 11 original tunes. Hunt also has played several shows at past Smoky Hill River festivals. The two will come to Salina as part of a monthlong tour that also includes shows in Hutchinson, St. Louis and Tulsa, Okla, Tickets for the show are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are available at the House of Sight and Sound, S.M. Hanson Music, Midwest-Edgingtons Music and Crossroads Music. Doors open at 7 p.m. Exhibits Smoky Hill Museum to display more 'stuff' The Smoky Hill Museum's "So you wanna see the good stuff?" exhibit opens today. The museum staff is responding to requests that more "stuff" be put on display. The staff will put artifacts on display as time goes from its collection of more than 17,000 items. Some of the items to be shown will include an iron lung, early washing machines, business equipment and agricultural tools. The museum is located at 211 W. Iron. The staff guarantees that patrons will see items that they haven't seen before. The exhibit is free. v • Theater Cast announced for Shakespeare play Cast members have been selected for Salina Community Theatre's Shakespeare-In-The-Park production "Much Ado About Nothing." Featured will be Amberley Arpke, Jason Buck, Gary Demuth, Dan England, Erik Gaetz, Judith Giebler, Garrett Gottschalk, Terry Headrick, Jeff Harrison, John Hoerter, Jamie Johnson, Paxton Jones, Aaron Klostermeyer, Kate Lindsay, Jeremy Me Williams, Brad Meier, Mike Mraz, Laura Sears, Nick Sparacino, Randy Waite, Gary Weathers and Mary Weiland. The production will be directed by Bill Weaver with set design by Kent Buess. "Much Ado About Nothing" is scheduled for July 16,17 and 18 at the Oakdale Park Stage. All performances are free of charge, and the production is being under- . written by The Salina Journal. For information, call the theater at 827-6126. Artist talk Salina artist to discuss his mixed media work Salina artist Harley Elliott whose work in mixed media is being exhibited at the Salina Art Center will discuss his work at 7 p.m. June 5, at the center, 242 S. Santa Fe. Elliott will discuss the line between sense and nonsense during "An Unquiet Night with Harley Elliott." The exhibit, called "Thirteen O'clock News," features Elliott's work over the past 25 years. It is the title of one of his works and refers to the news beyond illusion — political, religious, social, television or gender, Elliott said. The exhibit is on display through Aug. 2. The program will include stories, process ideas and readings from Elliott's poems and prose. A $3 fee is asked for admission. Elliott, the center's education coordinator, is the author of nine books of poetry and a children's book he illustrated. He has a master's degree in painting and print making and was acting head of the art department at the former Marymount College. Books Author to discuss, sign copies of his book LINDSBORG — Keith Richardson, author and anthropologist, will discuss his book, "Andy BRIEFLY Trio to kick off concerts in park Baby Jason and the Spankers, a blues trio from Lincoln, Neb., will kick off the Salina Parks and Recreation Department's free summer concert series at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Oakdale Park Stage. The band has opened for a number of blues artists, including Kim Wilson, Magic Slim and Sue Foley. Nine musical performances will appear between June 4 and July 30 at the stage. In the event of inclement weather, the concerts will be moved to the Bicentennial Center. Courtesy photo Baby Jason and the Spankers will perform Thursday. Lakey's Psychomanteum: Spiritual Journeys Guided by Art, Angels and Miracles" from 1 to 2 June 7, at The Angel Store. He will sign copies of his book from 2 to 4 p.m. Richardson and his wife own Things From Heav- en — An Angel Store in Ventura, Calif. A former cocaine addict, Andy Lakey survived a near-death experience in 1987. Three years later, he received the God-given mission to paint 2000 angels by the year 2000. A man with no previous art ; training, Lakey quickly became ; an internationally known angel artist. From Staff Reports Most people pick us up before their fork. When people are looking for entertainment and dining ideas they turn to newspapers first. Primary advertising source for restaurants or dining out information* Newspapers 171% Radio • Television Direct Mail Weekly Shopper 112% 7% 16% 14% Time crunched consumers who eat out and order in frequently are the same people who read newspapers. The Salina Journal reaches 45% of 18-34 year olds, 67% of 35-64 year olds and 92% of those 65 and older. Why? Newspapers are a welcome change from other advertising vehicles. People trust the advertising in our pages more than those in any other local medium. More than radio. More than TV. More than weekly shoppers. Get more impact in the Salina Journal. the Salina Journal * Source: The Salino-Joumul 1996 Market Tracking Study Conducted by MarketAide Services The Smoky Hill River Festival, ^^ June 11,12,13 & 14 - is proud to present: Bela Flecks The Flecktones THRILLING-YOU SIMPLY WOW'T BELIEVE Amazing Complex and accessible. Probably the fillGSt banjo artist inthe world! A breath of fresh air - music that is causing jaws to drop everywhere. Beta brings the banjo M cade and does what has never been done before with pure revelation. As a technician. Fleck is hummingbird-fast, a briDianr banjoist with sryfistic abandon. The Hecktones are / telepathicalfy linked musicians who can zig zag from I ferocious funk to graceful balladry - equally at home playing bluegrass or jazz. Same critics say Bela has done for the banjo what Kansas City jazz great Charlie Parker did for (he saxophone Don't miss this rare opportunity, surrounded by the glory oF me Smoky HOI River Festival. Saturday. June 13.7:30 p.m.. Bicentennial Center Admission is a $5 ticket phis a Smoky Hill River Festival button. $5 in advance, $7 at the gate. Fleck concert tickets are available at the Salina Bicentennial Center, 785-826-7469, and all Salina Dillons stores. To order buttons and tickets by mail, send a check including $1.00 postage/handling payable to the Smoky Hill River Festival, PO Box 2181, Salina, KS 67402-2181. Check out the Bela Fleck website at: or the Festival website at: Tickets, Buttons, and T-shirts may be ordered using the Festival website.

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