St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on February 14, 1991 · Page 61
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Thursday, fcbruarV44H99 ...-silquis post-oispatch-w 7G mm m - .... ' - ; ' A SATURDAY FEB. 16 Navy League Dinner Meeting: 7 p.m., Airport Marriott Hotel, I-70 at Lambert Int'l. Airport. (522-3515). ViceAdm. Paul D. Butcher, deputy commander-in-chief of the U.S. Transportation Command, will be guest speaker. Butcher's command is responsible for transporting personnel, supplies and equipment to the Persian Gulf. $27.50. SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17 ' , I , 'i WEDNESDAY FEB.20 Photography Lecture: 8 m Moore aud., Webster 470 E. Lockwood Ave. (968-6924). Barbara Crane speaks on the evolution of her career. Lecture is in conjunction with her current exhibit at the May Gallery on campus. $4, students and senior citizens $3. Ethical Society Sunday Platform: 1 1 a.m., at the society, 9001 Clayton Rd. (991-0955). Max J. Starkloff, a leader in the independent living movement and pres. of -locally-based Paraquad, presents free program "Toward Independence." MONDAr FEBRUARY 18 UMSL Lunchtime Cultural Program: Noon, Rm. 229, J.C. Penney Bldg., 8001 Nat'l. Bridge Rd. Local leaders of the Nat'l. Conf. of Christians and Jews present program exploring the need for cooperating, understanding, and acting for diversity. Bring a sack lunch or buy a meal on campus. Free. (553-5180). TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19 Minority Participation: 11 a.m., Rm. 78, J.C. Penney Bldg., Univ. of Mo. at St. L, 8001 Nat'l. Bridge Rd. St. L. Comptroller Virvus Jones leads a discussion on "Minority Participation in the St. L. Economy." Free. (553-5292). Feb. 21: Apollo 15 astronaut James B. Irwin, speaks on the topic "Destination Moon." Free. Food Poisoning: 7:30 p.m., McDonnell Star Theater, Science Ctr., southeast corner of Forest Park. Mark Berrang, a USDA microbiologist, speaks on the topic Who are "Sam 'n' Ella" and why are they coming to dinner? Discussion takes a look at high-risk food products and individuals and how often salmonella occurs. Free. (289-4409). RCGA Breakfast Meeting: 7:15 a.m., Holiday Inn- -Collinsville, 1-70 and 111-157, Collinsville, III. Barbara A. Broeker, pres. of Broeker & Associates Inc., a mgmt. consulting firm focusing on issues related to people, productivity and improving the bottom line, discusses "How Managers Can Improve Employee Motivation and Productivity." $10. (Lynette Gregory, 444-1144). The Healing Powers of Art: 7 p.m., West Room, Co. Library, 1 640 S. Lindbergh Blvd. St. L. Women's Caucus for Art member Betsy Schein Goldman leads a discussion on this topic at gen. meeting. Free. (Barbara Ottolini, 532-4644). THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21 Man On the Moon: 7 p.m., McDonnell Star Theater, Science Ctr., southeast corner of Forest Park. Apollo 15 astronaut James B. Irwin, ret. Air Force colonel, speaks on the topic "Destination Moon." His program, co-sponsored by the Air Force Assn., focuses on his experiences in space. Free. (289-4409). Historical Women: 11 a.m., Room 102, Downtown Education Ctr., St. L. Cmty. Col., 300 S. Broadway. Pub. rels. consultant and media personality Dory Potts presents a two-part lecture on the topic "Historical Vignettes of St. Louis Women: Pioneers to Prohibitionists, 1764-1920." Participants are invited to bring their lunch. Second program, same time, Feb. 28. $10 for both. (539-5076). Night Clubs From page six Fieldhouse Pub & Cafe: 3533 Dunn Rd., (921-7668) 2 The Macs, Feb. 15 Henry's Restaurant: Henry VIII Hotel, 4690 N. Lindbergh Blvd. (731-3040) Michael Steele, Tues.-Sat. Jazz Cabaret: 9500 Natural Bridge Rd., (428-9311) Rodney Keely's Personal Touch, Feb. 15. Spontaneous Combustion, Feb. 16. Greg Tardy Quartet, Feb. 20. Jimmy's Subway Bar: 46 N. Florissant Rd., (524-6009) Sliders, Feb. 15-16. Jordan's Restaurant: 12908 New Halls Ferry Rd., (838-1155) Gold Rush, Fri.-Sat. Leisure Time Lounge: 1 1 20 New FLorissant Rd., (521 -8489) . Chic & Cyndi, Feb. 16 afternoon. Martorelli's Bar & Grill: 12154 St. Charles Rock Rd., (739-1117) Concept, Feb. 16. On Broadway Bistro: 5300 N.Broadway, (421-0087) Sgt. Karter, Feb. 15-16. Pateri's Lounge: 17750 Washington Ave., (838-6030) Chic&Cyndi, Feb. Rosemari's Restaurant: 1 1 661 West Florissant Ave., (839-1414). Jim Skaggs and Randy Luna, Mon.-Tues. happy hour. Chic & Cyndi, Mon. and Wed. happy hour. Top of Tower Restaurant: 9953 Lewis & Clark Blvd. (869-3500) Johnny Hernandez Duo, Fri.-Sat. Ze Left Bank: 8454 Florissant Rd. (522-8136) The Bloo Toons, Feb. 15-16. The Airliner Bar & Grill: 573 E. Airline Dr., Bethalto. (61 8) 259-9781 J. Christopher Vaught, Sun. Ervay's Restaurant & Lounge: 2220 Pontoon Rd., (618-876-3301) James "R" Band, Feb. 15-16. Rick Rayburn, Feb. 20. Fast Ed's Bon-Air: 1540 E. Fourth St., Alton. (618-258-1584) Fanfare featuring Kittie Moeller, Feb. 16. Lindendale Park Ballroom: Highland. (618-654-7151) Twilighters, Feb. 16. Marty's Bar & Grill: 605 Berkshire Blvd., E. Alton. (618-258-1166) Aurora, Feb. 15-16. Pops Saloon ft Music: Rt.3, Sauget. (618-274-6720) Catalyst, Feb. 15-16. Dancer, Feb. 17-18. The Blast, Feb. 19-20. Cagney, Feb. 21-23. Romero's: 500 Lewis & Clark Blvd., (618-251-6051) The Rose Allison Duo, Wed.through March 27. S&P Oyster Co.: 4660 III. Rt. 159, Fairview Heights. (618-234-3300) Roland Clark & The Sound Exchange, Feb. 15. Doc Terry & The Pirates, Feb. 16. SallyO's: 5500 N. Belt West, Belleville.. (618-233- 7718) n Vince Kwiatkowski, Feb. 15-16. Terrace Bar ft Restaurant: 127 Collinsville Ave., East St. Louis. (618-874-9036) Special Favor, Fri. Wallheimer's Restaurant: Just off Rt. 157, Caseyville. (618-346-8080) i s f Chic&Cyndi, Feb. 16. The Walton's at Augustine's: III. 15 and 158, Belleville. (618 234-6364) Chic & Cyndi, Wed. Weekenz: 4001 N. Belt West, Belleville. (618-236-6506) Inside Out, Feb. 15-16. Yate's Steak House: 9 W. Ferguson, Wood River. (618-254-7137) Hot-Rox, Feb. 15-16. Annie's Santa Fe: 4054 N. Cloverleaf, St. Peters, (1-928-8727) Random Access, Feb. 16. Jacqui Staton & The Baby Boomers, Feb. 17. Booze Bar ft Dart House: 218 N. Main St., (949-2769) Serapis, Feb. 15-16. Mark Moebeck, Feb. 20. Killian's: 305 N. Main St., (949-2664 or 724-3262). Push, Feb. 15-16. Dancer, Feb. 20-21. Louie's Lounge: Holiday Inn-St. Peters, I-70 at Cave Springs, St. Peters. (928-1500) Jimmy Queen, Mon. -' , ... Alias Billy, Tues.-Sat.through March 15 Partner's Lounge: V .' 1001 S. Duchesne Dr.,4(947-0920) a Fat Chance, Feb. 15-16. pg y . , SUNSET DINNERS MENU A f.-fZ LI,-- 7 M . r-Acre v ? tS Served 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Sunday thru Thursday 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday $10.95 First Course Includes vour rhnlre nf nn nf Hi fnllnurlno? ; " . Salad Fedora Fresh Spinach Salad Zuppa Pasta e Fagioli? Then choose ONE Spectacular Entree I I Pork Tenderloin Paillard Imported Fusilll Fedora 'Petite i I Prime Rib Grilled Breast of Chicken Fresh Fish Selection ! Complete with ONE Decadent Dessert f Fedora Proflteroles Cappuccino Tartufo Includes choice of Freshly Brewed Coffee, Brewed Decaffeinated Coffee or Iced Tea . 1 67 St. Louis Union Station 436-0855 One Hour Validated Free Parking Is Included with Fedora s Sunset Dinners I Valid Everyday Except Holidays , PRESENTS EEHNG IEAUTY A special storybook staging of the classic tale EDISON THEATRE Saturday, February 162:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Sunday, February 173:00 p.m. Tickets: $8.00 (Srudcnts-$4.00) Group Discounts Available For Reservations Call 314-889-6543 or 314-652-7711

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