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C2 The Beacon Journal Sunday, January 22, 1989 COMING ATTRACTIONS M.US1Q Organist, soprano to perform Organist Karel Paukert and soprano Noriko Fujii perform at 2 p.m. today at the Cleveland Museum of Art, 11150 East Blvd., Cleveland. . Free. , Mendelssohn String Quartet The Mendelssohn String Quartet of New York performs works by Beethoven, Bartok and Schumann at 3 p.m. today at Wayne Center for the Arts, 237 S. Walnut St., Wooster. Tickets: $2.50, students and senior citizens; $5, others (264-2787). Works of black composers Accord Associates presents An Evening of. Music by Black Composers at 4:30 p.m. today at the Cleveland Institute of Music, 11021 East Blvd., Cleveland. The program consists of R. Nathaniel Dett's The Ordering of Moses and the world premiere of Leslie Adams' The Wider View. Performing will be Paul Spencer Adkins, tenor; Edythe Johnson, soprano; and the newly formed Accord Community Chorus led by Jo Ianier. Tickets: $9, students and senior citizens; $12, others (991-3800). Lerner, Loewe and Gershwin The Akropolis Vocal Ensemble, composed of faculty members at the University of Akron, performs songs by Gershwin and Lerner & Loewe at 7 tonight at Stan Hywet Hall, 714 N. Portage Path, Akron, Tickets: $12 (836-5533). Baroque concert The baroque ensemble Collage, from Rochester, N.Y., offers a program of works by Telemann, Handel, Vivaldi and others at 8 p.m. Tuesday and at 12:10 p.m. Wednesday at Trinity Cathedral, East 22nd Street and Euclid Avenue, Cleveland. Tuesday tickets: $2.50, students and senior citizens; $5, others (at the door). Wednesday tickets: Freewill offering. CIM Symphony Orchestra The CIM Symphony Orchestra performs at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Cleveland Institute of Music, 11021 East Blvd., Cleveland. Admission is free. Concerts Coliseum, 2923 Streetsboro Road, Richfield. Phone: 867-8910 Duran DuranThe Pursuit, 8 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets: $18.50. Longhorn World Championship Rodeo, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 2 p.m. next Sunday. Tickets: $11, $8.50. Tangier, 532 W. Market St. Phone: 376-7171 The Scintas, 8:30 p.m. Thursday, 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Tickets: $5 Thursday, $7.50 Friday and Saturday. H THEATER A different kind of phantom Phantom of the Opera The Play opens at 8:15 p.m. Thursday at the Carousel Dinner Theatre, 1275 E; Waterloo Road. The play is a different version than the one on Broadway. This one was written by John Kenley and Robert Noll. The play will be staged Tuesdays through Sundays through March 19. Ticket prices are $22 to $27.50. The box office telephone number is 724-9855. , Directors' workshop "A Young Directors' Workshop" will be presented at the Kent State University Stark Campus, 6000 Frank Ave. N.W., at 8 p.m. Friday. Three one-acts will be staged: The Little Gentleman, Botticelli and White Liars. Performances will be repeated at 8 p.m. Saturday and 2:30 p.m. next Sunday, and again at 8 p.m. Feb. 3 and 4 and 2:30 p.m. Feb. 5. For ticket information, call 499-9604. Pinocchio staged Pinocchio will be staged at the Magical Theatre Company, 565 W. Tuscarawas, Barberton, 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays and at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays beginning Saturday and running through Feb. 12. For ticket information; call 848-3708. 'Once Upon a Mattress' Once Upon a Mattress will be presented by the Stow Players at the Heritage Barn Theater, 5233 Young Road, Stow, at 8:30 p.m. Friday. Performances will be at 8:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 7:30 p.m. Sundays through Feb. 19. Tickets are $5 and $6. The box office telephone number is 655-6051. u ART Annual art show The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center, 2131 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls, is exhibiting its Annual Members Show through Feb. 10. The show consists of work in painting, textiles and wall hangings, drawings and prints, sculpture, jewelry, enameling and ceramics. Center hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 1 to 4 p.m.-Saturday. For more information, call 928-8092. Two new exhibits The Cleveland Museum of Art is opening two exhibits this week: The Precisionist Aesthetic in American Art, which begins Tuesday, and White Nights in Leningrad: Work in Progress by Joel Meyerowitz, which starts Friday. The Precisionist Aesthetic, an exhibit of 60 paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture and photographs taken from the museum's collections and the Western Reserve Historical Society, can be seen through April 9. White Nights, the first public showing of recent works by pioneer color photographer Meyerowitz, includes about 40 images and can be seen through March 12. For more information, call the museum at 421-7340. nyder-to-Snyder chat probably didn't thrill WNIR Tom Snyder interviewed Tom Snyder last week. No, the late-night host hasn't run out of guests. The first Tom Snyder is a resident of the North Hill section of Akron who wound up on the other Tom Snyder's national talk show Tuesday night. The local Snyder works as an overnight control-board operator at Cleveland's WWWE - which probably made his guest shot less than a thrill for the executives of Kent's WNIR (100.1-FM), which also carries the program. Anyway, WWWE had picked up the syndicated talk show only two days earlier. The West Coast Snyder heard about the Midwest Snyder while the former was a guest on 3VE's afternoon show. The local fellow was on the air for about eight minutes. The thrust of the conversation was how astute 3WE had been in changing its overnight lineup. The more famous Snyder can be heard on 3WE from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. during the week. WNIR airs him two hours later. WWWE also has added Sally RADIO "i"""Vrl Bob Hff Dyer f I ,W iff. I Jessy Raphael at 1 a.m. . Incidentally, the program 3WE canned to make way for Big Tom Talknet's Bruce Williams will be picked up at the end of the month by WHK (1420-AM). WPHR (107.9-FM) has been engaging in some Rambo-style promotion. The Cleveland top-40 station is airing a spot urging listeners to compare the "Power 108" music to its competitors' by setting their buttons to WPHR, WMMS (100.7-FM), WMJI (105.7-FM) and WLTF (106.5-FM), and flipping back and forth. The promo accuses WMMS, through the lyrics of Neil Young, of "getting old." It rips WMJI for playing bubble-gum music, and accuses WLTF of being "boring." "Comparison shop," says the voice. "Punch around at will." The WPHR air personalities also have been trying to stir things up. A while back they were calling personalities at other stations and trying to spread the ridiculous rumor that country station WGAR (99.5-FM) and rock station WMMS were switching formats. In December, WPHR moved to Playhouse Square from its longtime home in rural Newbury. The station clearly is trying to prove it can go head to head with the big boys. Akron's WAKR (1590-AM) has sacked midday host Jerry Heckler. When Heckler came on board in February 1987, WAKR's audience share during that time slot was 7.3 percent. The figure dropped in each of the next four ratings books, finally bottoming out at 4.6. A victim of the numbers? "I think the direction we want to take the radio station has more to do with it," says WAKR Vice President Fred Anthony. "We just felt we'd do better with Bob Friend in that time position." Friend and his Dream Machine program have been a fixture during the evening, at least when there are no sports broadcasts. Because WAKR is carrying so much sports these days Cavs and Akron U basketball, mainly Friend almost has been a nonentity. Anthony says he hasn't decided on a replacement. The unceremonious demise of Heckler is unfortunate, because he's one of the nicer people in the radio business. WNIR newsman Mike Kelly is quitting his job at the end of the month to become assignment editor for Akron TV station WAKC (Channel 23). He certainly has the face to be behind the camera. Actually, Kelly is going backstage at least in part to escape his one-year non-compete clause, ose' dialogue, plot are full of thorns By Clifford Terry Chicaao Tribune "You're like a samurai sword," the top-dog CIA operative reminds his independent-minded protege. "You've been hammered and honed for years to cut through bone and steel. You don't use it to slice bread." Or to cut through the kind of dialogue that permeates Brotherhood of the Rose, a cliche-choked, blood-bathing miniseries based on the novel by David Morrell, who also has given us First Blood and Rambo III. Brotherhood will at 9 p.m. Sunday and Monday on WKYC (Channel 3), WFMJ TV PREVIEW (Channel 21) and Steubenville's WTOV (Channel 9). Robert Mitchum plays John Eliot, a career spook whose life is his work, and growing roses. He has adopted orphans Saul Gris-man (Peter Strauss) and Chris Kilmoonie (David Morse), reared them as brothers and trained them as killers who themselves become first-class agency operatives. (Their code names are Romulus and Remus; there is nothing subtle about this production.) Before long, it is obvious that something is amiss with the longtime relationship. Eliot, convinced that R&R are over-the-hill and thus expendable, assigns Grisman to eliminate five high-power industrialists and then sets him up as an assassination victim himself. Eliot's next step is to trick Kilmoonie into leading him to Romulus. Remus is wrongly accused of killing a corrupt KGB agent in a neutral safe house. For pure escapism, the convoluted plot has intriguing possibilities, but it can't get around the clumsy direction by mas- ter-of-the-middlebrow Marvin J. Chomsky (Inside the Third Reich, Peter the Great) or the stilted dialogue by Gy Waldron. The lumpen performances also don't help. Miniseries maestro Strauss swaggers through his role. Mitchum snoozes through his. The lethargic Morse (St. Elsewhere) is more of a bust than a Boomer. For romantic interest, there is Connie Sellecca (Hotel) as Gasman's one-time lover who's adept at flashing an Uzi and a little leg. The four hours are better suited for double-takes than double-agents. CHANNELS UPDATES 8:30 a.m. CD Shaker Square Host Helen Hams. Pressures on adolescents are discussed by Laurelwood Hospital chiel ol adolescent psychiatry Dr. Patricia Goetz, director ol adolescent services Donald Sykes and teen chemical dependency counselor Linda Le-syk. 9:00 a.m. O WTT Sunday Morning A Florida school system proposes to raise the pay scale tor teachers: Super Bowl preview; violinist Elmar Oliviera; lormer Sen. John Slennis; Boston's Goya exhibit. CJ 9:30 a.m. RTfJ Thle Week In Rock 30 minutes. 11:30 a.m. S) USA Weekend Musician Robert Cray;- comedian Martin Short; President Bush's favorite snack; children lell how they would run the country if they were president. Noon O fffrsrj NBA Basketball Detroit Pistons al Boston Celtics. Closed-cap-tioned tor the hearing-impaired. Cjl p Movie "Eddie and the Cruisers" (1983) Tom Berenger. In stead ot Transylvania 6-5000. BTY Tailgate Party A parking lot bash precedes the Super Bowl game at Joe Robbie Stadium in Miami, Switched trom 1 p.m. 1:00 p.m. O College Basketball Georgia Tech at Illinois. Closed-cap-tioned for the hearing-impaired. 3:00 p.m. Paid Program 30 minutes. IfftTl Super Bowl Video Hour Players Worn both teams serve as guest video jockeys. Repeat. Switched trom 4 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Paid Program 30 minutes. 4:00 p.m. Feed People Switched trom 3 30 p.m. tHTY) Super Bowl Sunday Short Form Six hours. 4:30 p.m. Paid Program 30 minutes. 5:00 p.m. Weekend With Crook & Chase Eric Bogosian (Talk Radio); Glenn Close (Dangerous Liaisons); Bette Midler (Beaches); review of Working Girl. 5:30 p.m. IWH Sports Writers on TV 60 minutes. 6:00 p.m. CD Double Dare Harry Carson oi the New York Giants and Dave Butz of the Washington Redskins, and their children, square off. M Tennis Intercollegiate Tournament, men's & women's finals. From Palm Desert, Calif. Instead of Score-card. 6:30 p.m. lOTg Horse Racing Thoroughbred action from Aqueduct. 7:00 p.m. O WW 60 Minutes 20th Anniversary Interviews and segments from the first 10 years of the newsmagazine. Repeat. J Iran Good Fishing Horse racing switched to 6:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. O 5) NFL Llvel Post-game Game highlights and locker room interviews following Super Bowl XXIII. Host: Bob Costas. g 9:00 p.m. Kurt Wolf's Fitness Show Insteadof tennis. Iran Indoor Soccer Milwaukee Wave al Chicago Power. Instead of in Milwaukee. (Tape delay.) Don't miss an issue. 1 You know what news is ; important to you. We know that. That's why we provide more ; news on more important issues than any other news source. I That way, you can follow the issues important to you. " You decide, rather than , having someone deciding what's important for you. r Call 375-8140 today and , make sure you don't miss an I issue of The Beacon Journal. The Beacon Journal the way vou know $30 BONUS $20 Coin $5 Food $5 Deferred Voucher (Sun ilia 00pm Ucutfy alt Fil) $25 BONUS $ 1 5 Coin $5 Food $5 Deferred Voucher (All Salt Sun beta 40pm) Blue Bird For complete information CALL: (216)292-3222 or (800) 443-3222 Claridge AiUNiiccrrrs-' CLASSIC GAMBLING HOUSE Mrttgn la to rdMirii 21 pvi ol ag Mr. Oflvi wnauiMiwIa. PuMpifclatKiMinitiiin. 9:30 p.m. fffl Easton's Sports Arena 30 minutes. 10:00 p.m. K Testament: History of the Bible Host John Rorner. Archaeological sites Capernaum, the River Jordan and Jerusalem. A picture of the historical Jesus. Bible: accurate? fflll Bobby Jones Golf Instead of tennis. 10:30 p.m. P Time Out for Trivia Instead oflennis. 11:00 p.m. CD Billy Packer's College Basketball Mary Tyler Moore switched to 11:30 p.m. PH Paid Program 60 minutes. 11:30 p.m. CD Mary Tyler Moore Switched from 1 1 p.m. Midnight Q USA Weekend See 11:30 a.m. SPTI(f Indoor Soccer Milwaukee Wave al Chicago Power. Repeat. Instead ot at Milwaukee. 1:00 a.m. ffl Paid Program 60 minutes. 4:00 a.m. O Public People, Private Lives Golden Girls' Estelle Getty; Ann Jillian; Dennis Conner; Greg Evigan. A YOU ARE SINGLE, WIDOWED, OR DIVORCED YOU ARE DISENCHANTED WITH THE BAR SCENE .. YOU ARE NOW READY TO MEET THAT SPECIAL SOMEONE ' YOU ARE NEW TO THE AREA AND FINDING IT DIFFICULT TO MEET OTHER SINGLES , AKRON . 762-3283 ESTABLISHED 1977 j CANTON , 497-9692 I For Information SEND TO: wmm I? (Bringing People Together Dating Service ' 71 10 Whipple Ave. NW Suite A, N. Canton, Ohio 44720 I NAME . AGE SEX I I ADDRESS . I CITY I PHONE . STATE ZIP. .WORK PHONE which covers only on-the-air work. He will be replaced as of Jan. 31 by Akron native Laura Pap-pas. Pappas, a graduate of Revere High and Ohio State University, has worked for Columbus radio stations WNCI and WBNS. As was reported last week, WKDD (96.5-FM) program director Nick Anthony has quit the top-ranked Akron station and will begin the same job Monday at WWWE. Anthony will be reunited not only with former boss Harvey Simms, who's 3WEs general manager, but also morning news host Bob Fuller, who once toiled in Akron as Steve Fullerton. Fullerton was a news anchor and talk-show host at WHLO (640-AM) during the era Anthony had a talk show there. Anthony also hosted a talk show in Atlanta, and would' be well-qualified as a major-market host. Any way he'll go on the air? He can if he wants to, says Simms. No, thanks, says Anthony. ; Anthony should have plenty to keep him busy. After all, how would you like to be responsible for picking up after Gary Dee? Anthony claims he has no trepidation whatsoever about becoming Dee's boss. , 1 "I think Gary has the potential to be an even bigger star than he already is. All he needs is some coaching. Even (baseball star) George Brett, who bats .350, has a batting coach." j Michael Stanley is expanding his role at WMMS. Starting tonight at 8, he will have a weekly, one-hour Michael Stanley's New Review, dedicated to exposing new records. He'll also be heard Wednesday afternoons at 5:35 introducing his Pick of the Week. ! ' The odds are good that Bennie the Bookie's life has changed considerably since Jan. 10. That's when the WNIR big mouth and his wife welcomed a little mouth, a boy named Brandon. RADIO Adult Contemporary 92.5-WDJQ-FM, Alliance 102. 1-WDOK-FM. Cleveland 570WKBN-AM,Youngstown 600-WSOM-AM, Salem 930-WEOL-AM, Elyria 1040-WJTB, North Ridgeville 1060-WRCW-AM, Canton 1330-WaW-AM, Eastlake 1330-WHOT-AM.Youngstown 1390-WFMJ-AM,Youngstown 1480-WHBC-AM. Canton 1520-WINW-AM, Canton Big Band 80X1KLW-AM, Windsor, Ont. 850-WRMR-AM, Cleveland 1340-WNCO-AM, Ashland 1380-WRKG-AM, Lorain Business 1420-WHK-AM, Cleveland Ctanlcal 89.7-WKStfM, Kent 95.5-WCIV-FM, Cleveland Country 99 5-WGAR-FM. Cleveland 101.3-WNCO-FM, Ashland 104.5-WQKT-at, Wooster Country (Cent.) 105. 1-WQXK-FM, Salem 990-WTIG-AM, Massilon 1140-WCLW-AM, Mansfield 1220-WGAR-AM, Cleveland 1350-WSLR-AM, Akron EatyUtttntng 94. 1-WHBC-FM, Canton 98.9-WKBN-FM.Youngstown 104. 1-WQAL-fM. Cleveland 1310-WFAH-AM, Alliance Jaa 90.3-WCPN-FM, Cleveland 107.3-WfWV-mByria NewiTaflcSportt 100, 1-WNIR-FM, Kent 1100-WWWE-AM, Cleveland 1240-WBBW-AM,Youngston 1300-WERE-AM, Cleveland 1590-WAKR-AM, Akron OkHes 98.5-WNCX-FM. Cleveland 960-WKVX-AM, Wooster 1520-WKNT-AM, Kent ReHglon 98. 1-WTOF-FM, Canton 103.3-WCRF-FM, Cleveland Religion (Cent.) 104.9-WZLE-FM, Lorain 640-WHLO-AM, Akron 1000-WCCD-AM. Cleveland 1 150-WCUE-AM. Cuyahoga Falls 1260-WBBG-AM, Cleveland 1600-WGFT-FM,Youngstown 1540WABO-AM, Cleveland Rock 92.3-WROC-FM. Cleveland 93.7-WQIO-FM, Mount Vernon 94.9-WOMX-FM, Medina 95.9-WNPQ-FM.NewPhl 96.5-WKDD-FM, Akron 97.5-WONE-FM, Akron 100.7-WMMS-FM Cleveland 101.1-WHOT-FM, Youngstown 105.3-WYHT-FM, Mansfield 105.7-WMJI-FM, Cleveland 106. 1-WVNO-FM, Mansfield 106.5-WLTF-FM, Cleveland 106.9-WRQK-FM, Canton 107.9-WPHR-FM, Cleveland Urban Contemporary 93. 1-WZAK-FM. Cleveland 900-WBXT-AM, Canton 1490-WJMO-AM, Cleveland HIGHLIGHTS Today 11 aJ!U Local gardening-landscaping expert Bill Hoffman answers questions about those subjects on WNIR (100.1-FM). 2 p.mj Eye doctors Lawrence Lohman and Doug Ripkin answer questions from listeners on WNIR (100.1-FM). 4.05 pm: Christoph von Dohnanyi conducts the Cleveland Orchestra In music by Beethoven on WCLV (95.5-FM) . 5 p.nw The Super Bowl airs on WNIR (100.1-FM). 9 p.m.' On The Thistle and Shamrock on WKSU (89.7-FM), the focus is on Irish musicians who emigrated to the United States. Monday 750 p.m On the religious drama Unshackled! on WCUE (1150-AM), a man who hates the effect alcohol has on others, especially his mother, becomes a hard-drinker himsett. '. Wednesday 8 pm: Christoph von Dohnanyi leads the , Cleveland Orchestra in music by Boc- ' cherini, Schoenberg and Beethoven on WKSU (89.7-FM). Thursday 8 p.mj The Cleveland Opera's May 1988 , performance of West Side Story airs on 1 WKSU (89.7-FM). Saturday 3 p.rru Michael Tilson Thomas leads the Pittsburgh Symphony in works by Sibe- ' lius and Rachmaninoff on WKSU (89 7- ! FM). 4 p.m.: Artur Flubinstein's 102nd birthday : is celebrated with an airing of his record- ' Ing ot a Brahms concerto with the Chica- ' go Symphony on WCLV (95.5-FM) . Gus' ip . f I1 v$ reft RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE PRIME RIB LADIES' CUT Daily Special $7M MEDIUM CUt'995 MEN'S CUT $1095 IV EARLY BIRD SPECIALS Mon.-Thurs. 4-7 p.m. $R95 $C95 to Eat-Hearty Menu We will be glad ' to serve you for all your special occasions. Continental Cuisine Homemade Specials Daily plus Excellent Homemade Greek Dishes I OCCUPATION . Located 5 minutes from E. J. Thomas Hall and the Civic Theatre 938 E. TALLMADGE 633-2322

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