The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 29, 1998 · Page 28
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FRIDAY, MAY 29. 1998 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL WHAT'S GOING ON Friday, Saturday ^Events for these days can be found on Ihetwo-day calendar under the "A Look Ahead" heading on Page A2. 31 Sunday • EVENT: Prairie Festival 1998. 6:30 a.m., bird walk, 7:30 a.m. prairie walk 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m., workshops and catered luncheon. The Land Institute, 2440 E. Water Well. $17, $12 in advance, $20, $15 at the door. 823-5376. • BROOKVILLE; Retirement potluck dinner and reception for Rev. Curtis Fulton and his wife Helen. 11:30 a.m. dinner, 1-3 p.m. reception, Brookville City Hall. 2256706. 1 Monday • EVENT: Stand for Children Day '98, focusing on need for affordable, quality child care. 10-10:30 a.m., Kenwood Park. Children's entertainment provided. 8233343,827-6431. • PROGRAM: Smoky Hill River Festival preview program. 11 a.m., Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth. 827-9818. ^PUBLIC MEETING: Salina City Commission. 4 p.m. Room 107, City-County Building, 300 W. Ash. 826-7250. 2 Tuesday • PUBLIC MEETING: Saline County Commission. 11 a.m., Room 107, City- County Building, 300 W. Ash. 826-6540. • PUBLIC MEETING: City Planning Commission. 4 p.m., Room 107, City- County Building, 300 W. Ash. 826-7260. 3 Wednesday • DANCE: Jolly Mixers Dance, music by The Uptowners. 8-11 p.m., Holiday Hall, 1125 W. South. No smoking or drink- ing. 827-7870. • PUBLIC MEETING: Salina Chapter Schiller Institute. 7 p.m., Martin Luther King Center, 421 N. Ohio. 827-8365. 4 Thursday • MUSIC: Baby Jason and the Spankers, blues trio, Salina Parks and Recreation's 'That's Entertainment" Concert Series. 8-10 p.m., Oakdale Park Stage. Free. 826-7434. • PUBLIC MEETING: Smoky HiH/Cen- tral Kansas Education Service Center Board of Directors. 7:30 p.m., 1648 W. Magnolia. 825-9185. 5 Friday • EVENT: Seniors Fishing Day, sponsored by the Salina Parks and Recreation Department. 7:30-11 a.m., Lakewood Lake. Free. 826-7434. • EVENT: Super Senior Day. Noon luncheon, Senior Center, 245 N. Ninth. $2 lunch. 827-9818. • PROGRAM: "An Unquiet Night with Harley Elliott," lecture, readings and images by the artist. 7 p.m., Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe. $3. 827-1431. • LEBANON: 'The Heart of Rock and Roll," music club program. 8 p.m., Community Hall. 389-1491. • MARION: 2nd Annual Chingawassa Days. 316-382-3425. 6 Saturday • BIRDWALK: Birdwalking for Beginners. 7:45 a.m., Wildbird Crossing, 2306 Planet. Free. 452-9453. • FUND-RAISER: Plant Sale, sponsored by K-State Research and Extension Master Gardeners, fund-raiser for the Landscape Demonstration Center in Kenwood Park. 9 a.m.-1 p.m., 109 N. Eastborough. 826-6645. • ABILENE: 4th Annual Great Plains Carousel Rendezvous, demonstrations, music and carousel rides. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Heritage Center, 412 S. Campbell. $1 adults, under 12 free. 263-2681. • MARION: 2nd Annual Chingawassa Days. 316-382-3425. • MARQUETTE: 5th Annual Marquette City Wide Garage Sales and Pancake and Sloppy Joe Feed, American Legion. 5462218. • CANTON: 10th Annual Prairie Days. 9-4 p.m., Maxwell Wildlife Refuge. 316628-4455. • CLAY CENTER: Clay County's Festival of Remembering. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Clay County Museum, 2121 Seventh. $2 by button. 632-3786. • LEBANON: 125th anniversary of Old Lebanon. 10 a.m. flea market, rides and basketball, 4 p.m. Maverick band concert, 6 p.m. parade, downtown Lebanon. 3891491. 7 Sunday • CANTON: 10th Annual Prairie Days. 9-4 p.m., Maxwell Wildlife Refuge. 316628-4455. • CLAY CENTER: Clay County's Festival of Remembering. 1-5 p.m., Clay County Museum, 2121 Seventh. $2 by button. 632-3786. • LINDSBORG: Book discussion, "Andy Lakey's Psychomanteum: Spiritual Journeys Guided by Art, Angels and Miracles," with author Keith Richardson. 1-2 p.m., discussion, 2-4 p.m. book signing, The Angel Store, 131 N. Main. • MARION: 2nd Annual Chingawassa Days. 316-382-3425. • RUSSELL: Opening reception for artist Steve Dudek's exhibit, "A Water Series & Koi." 2-4 p.m., Deines Cultural Center, 820 N. Main. Free. 483-3742. • SELDEN: 5th Annual Antique Tractor and Car Show. 9-11 a.m. registration, 3:30 p.m. parade, downtown Selden. 3864481. In the future • JUNE 11-14: Smoky Hill River Festival in Oakdale Park. (785) 826-7410. • JULY 24-26: The 98 Hotline All Nighters Music Festival in Oakdale Park. Fund-raiser for the Hotline. T VIDEO CORNER 'Home Alone 3* proves better than previous two Here are reviews on some of the current and upcoming videos: Home Alone 3 To my amazement, the most entertaining of the "Home Alone" movies — maybe because newcomer Alex D. Linz is a real charmer, or * maybe because at the end, when he sets the usual booby traps for the usual burglars, they come across as ROGER EBERT Universal Press Syndicate more pure slapstick, and less painful special effects. Fun for kids in the lower $ grades, and maybe for adults who are having a very silly day. Rating: Three stars. Oscar and Lucinda A 19th-century love story as quirky and delightful as it is unexpected. A British clergyman and an Australian woman who manufactures glass discover that they share a mutual passion for gambling. Shocking their community, they draw closer and make a grand wager: If she can build a glass cathedral, he will transport it by river to the outback. Starring Ralph Fiennes and Gate Blanchett, directed by Gillian Armstrong ("My Bril- liant Career"), wicked and witty, and charming. Rating: Four stars. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil John Berendt's book is so vividly drawn that a movie can hardly improve on our imagination. One miscalculation by director Clint Eastwood is to filter all the material through the eyes of a deadpan outsider (John Cusack), a character who never comes alive and gets in the way of those who do. The book's richness is further subdued by a screenplay that takes the eccentricity of a flood of anecdotes and harnesses them to a crime-and- courtroom framework. Kevin Spacey is wickedly charming, but underused, as the problematic antiques dealer; The Lady Chablis, a local drag queen, does a better job of playing herself than the filmmakers do of figuring out how to use her. Rating: Two and a half stars. The Locusts Sultry nights on the Plains, in a dated and overwrought — but well-made — melodrama about a twisted widow (Kate Capshaw) who runs a feedlot and takes a favored cowhand to bed with her most nights. Vince Vaughn plays the drifter with a secret in his past, Ashley Judd is the local woman who loves him, and Jeremy Davies is the woman's son, whose madness may have resulted from the dread se- crets of the past. The movie plays uncannily like one of those overwrought 1950s Freudian stockpots of lust and revenge. It's ridiculous, but it has a certain power. Rating: Two and a half stars. The Rainmaker One of the richest of the John Grisham stories, with Matt Damon as a young lawyer who opens a storefront office with a hustling paralegal (Danny DeVito) and finds himself juggling three tricky cases — one involving 1 wife- beating, another a dishonest insurance company. Francis Ford Coppola, who wrote and directed, makes it a colorful gallery of supporting performances, with good work by Teresa Wright, Claire Danes, Virginia Madsen, John Voight and Mickey Rourke. Rating: Three stars. The Sweet Hereafter Ian Holm plays a lawyer who visits a small, snowbound Canadian town where 14 children have died in a bus accident. As he meets parents and survivors and promotes a class-action suit, old wounds are opened, and the numbing grief of the town tends to humble and dismiss the legal process. Directed by Atom Egoyan and based on a novel by Russell Banks, the film is sad, touching and gentle, one of the best of the year. Rating: Four stars. Knights Templar Pancake Feed May 30,1998 at the Masonic Temple 336 S. Santa Fe 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee Tickets are $3.00 in advance and $3.50 at the door. Sponsored by: The Salina York Rite Bodies of Freemasonry K.C. STRIP 827-2728 TUES.-THURS. 11-0 FHI.-SAT. 11-10 1200 E. Crawford BBQ Buffet... • Ribs • Chicken • Pork- ill Ail Vou Can Eat Steer RESTAURANT Includes Potato, Salad and Ice Cream ' Adults $6.95, Kids under 10 $4.95 1400 East tron • Salina • (785) 823-9550 Friday & Saturday Pick up a slab for your holiday picnic! Small 53.50 * Medium $4.38 - Large $4.80 For fresh, tastefully spicy Mexican food. • Appetizers • Delicious Desserts • 15 combination Plates • Vegetarian Items • Kids Meals only $1.99 A Salina Tradition for over 20 yrs. • Open 11 am Daily 641 S. Broadway Blvd. / Salina / 823-7667 Exceptioal Food And Service RESTAURANT Nobody knows why he came here. Scientists think it was for the burritos. Godzilla" is atTaco Bells. He's on four cool collector cups. Plus, if you find him on a game piece, you'll win one of millions of amazing prizes. Including a trip to New York. You could even win a million dollars. Thai must be what all the screaming is Iron and Ohio about. 1700 Crawford When you see this symhol^J Food Runner will deliver. Call 826-9990 for a complete restaurant delivery list GRAND OPENING! Friday and Saturday 5-9 pm Sunday 11-2pm Glazed Ribs, BBQ Brisket, Smoked Chicken, Smoked Pork Chops "No matter what's your favorite we've got it covered" Private party rooms, and gift certificates available & 3rd & Walnut, Smolan.KS School Bldg. (785) 668-2164 Saturday, May 30: Band "Idle Threats" performs from 8-10:30 pm Thursday, June 4- OpenMic Night 8-10:30 pm Friday, June 5- Grand Opening! At noon: "Idle Threats" performs & "Backroads" from 8-10:30 pm Saturday, June 6noon: "Dow 6"performs & 8-10:30 pffl: "Stan Martin" the daily grind 104 S. 5th 452-9212 OI'l'lN .1111 S|)111 ll.iui Inl I nirlliHIIIMi-mi RANGER'S STEAK & SEAFOOD Steaks • Seafood • Prime Rib • Chicken Fried Steak Cocktails • Lunch & Dinner Features • Private Rooms «TV's Lunch I l:30-l:30Tues.-Fri. • Dinner open 5:30 p.m.Tues.-Sat. 12th& N. Broadway, Salina 823-3491 Captain's Table Restaurant Lamb Kebobs $12 Chicken Gordon Bleu $11 "front w/Pine Nuts. $11 Veal Parmesan $11 Portabella Mushroom w/Swiss Chard .50 .50 .50 .50 and Lentils $9.50 Ramada Inn 1-70 & North Ninth, Salina, Kansas " - 825-8211 _ 2351 S. 9th, Salina (Central Mall) Offer good Fridays & Saturdays, May 1-30,1998

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