The Daily Herald from Arlington Heights, Illinois on March 8, 2008 · Page 333
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PAGE 4 SKCTION5 DAILY HF.RAI.n SATURDAY. MARCH 8. '2008 L13 Highlights Saturday evening, March 8 N = NEW Show Lea Thompson stars in "Jane Doe: How to Fire Your Boss" at 8 p.m. on Hallmark Channel. • "Barnyard: The Original Party Animals" — Kevin James provides the voice of Otis, a male cow with udders — yes, you read that right — in this 2006 CGI film. When the farmer leaves for a while, all the animals decide it's time to party. Otis' dad, Ben (voice of Sam Elliott), usually makes sure the farm is at least operating, but after he is killed by coyotes, it's up to carefree Otis to take charge. Yes, this was promoted as a kids movie. Additional voices include Courteney Cox and Danny Glover. At 6:30 p.m. on Showtime. • "CSI: NY" — Melina Kanakaredes' nicely understated acting is a highlight of "Heart of Glass," as her character, Stella, has a health scare while investigating the death of a music mogul. The solution to this one will shock you just as it shocked the perpetrator. Mac and Danny (Gary Sinise, Carmine Giovinazzo) investigate the death of a young woman with no evidence of a fatal injury. That ending is a shocker, too. At 7 p.m. on WBBM Channel 2. • "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" — If you saw "Full Metal Jacket," you know thai Vincent D'Onofrio plays coming unglued very, very well. So you won't be surprised by his brilliant acting in this episode, in which his character, Robert Goren, goes under cover as a mental patient to investigate the death of an inmate in an upstate prison's mental ward. Goren's not the most lightly wrapped candy in the dish, so this isn't what you'd call an easy gig for him. You watching, Emmy judges? At 7 p.m. on WMAQ Channel 5. • "Road to Perdition" — Cinematographer Conrad Hall was honored posthumously with an Oscar for director Sam Mendes's ("American Beauty") 2002 version of a graphic novel. Tom Hanks is atypically grim as a Depression-era hit man on the run with his surviving son (Tyler Hoechlin) after the rest of their family is murdered. Paul Newman is superb as a patriarchal underworld kingpin; so is Jude Law as another killer sent to eliminate Hanks. At 7 p.m. on WLS Channel 7. 10:00 10:30 11:00 , CSI: NY: Heart ot Glass Law & Order: Criminal Inteni , 48 Hours Mystery: A crime ot money and power in Alaska. N Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 5 i 9 ii 20 23 _ _ _ __ 26 ; three Stooges | The Three Stooges JThe Three Stooges J(8:36[Tliree Stooges 32 jCopsN iCops |AmerTcaTMostWarited"-FTgiit^Back Law 4 Order: Quit Claim MOVIE: "Road to Perdition" ('02) *• + * Tom Hanks, Paul Newman. A mobster seeks vengeance during the Depression. JWWE Friday Night SmackDownffr ~_ "_ -—-—---—-~-—-^ IWGN News at Nine N i Celtic thunder: Five male vocalists perform ballads and popular hits. N i Antiques Roadshow: Orlando, Florida I Born and Bred: Flying Home \T! 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I^OVIE: "Voung^Guns" ('88)"*"* Emilio Esievez.» 12:30 ANIM { It's Me or the Dog jit's Me or the Dog [Pettlnder N I Funnies^Animals BET jSanford j Sanford BRAVJTop Chef: The chefs prepare elk. i Sanford Sanford: Gaslight E-VetJnterns N jit's Me or the Dog j It's Me or the Dog ;Petfinder [Funniest Animals^ Sanford ~[Sanlbrd !M6\ r !7Tor"Da~L^ve~ofM~on^y^^^ Kemp. MOVif: "Lethal" Weapon" ('87) *** Mel Gibson" Danny Glover,'Gary Bu'sey i Lethal Weapon CNBC The Celebrity Apprentice | The Suze Orman Snow: Muiual funds. N CNN COM CSN CNN: Special Investigations Unit [Larry King Live MOVIE: "Without a Paddle" ('04) ** Seth Green. Matthew Lillard. College Basketball: MVC tournament Semifinal •• Teams TBA. (Live) Deal or No Deal Newsroom Tthe Celebrity Apprentice ' The Suze Orman Show: Mutual funds CNN: Special Investigations Unit ; Larry King Live South Park I South Park South Park South Park South Park : South Park Best Damn 50 College Basketball: Arizona at Oregon. (Live) j Mind, Body DJS jPhineas and Ferb N ]Cory In the House | MOVIE: "H'erble: Fully Loaded" ('05) ** Lindsay Lohan, Michael Keaton. DSC E! ENC ESPN ESPNCL ESPN2 FAlvi FNC FOOD FX GOLF HALL HBO HGTV HIST LIFE MAX MSNBC MTV NICK SCI SHOW SPIKE TBS TCM TLC TLN TMC TNT TOON TRAV TVL USA __. Survivorman jSurvlvorman MOVIE: "Lost In Translation" ('03) *** Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson. MOVIE: "Shanghai Noon" ('00) * * * Jackie Chan. Owen Wilson, Lucy Liu. College GameDay (Live) Boxing: 1980 Braxton vs. Langley College Basketball: Atlantic Sun Final MOVIE: "Bring It On Again" ('04) * Anne Jud Zack & Cody [Hannah Montana ;The Replacements ! Kim Possible Survivorman j Download: The True Story of the Internet ; Survivorman Saturday Night Live MOVIE: "Speed 2: Cruise Control" ('97) * Sa The Soup i Chelsea Lately 'Snoop Father [Snoop Father ndra Bullock. Jason Patri'a '• (11:10) MOVIE": "Kingpin"*"** 1:05 College Basketball: North Carolina at Duke. (Live) I SportsCenter (Live) i Midnight Madness i NBA Fastbreak (Live) Boxlng:1991 McCall vs. Seldon [Boxing: 1993 Alexander vs. De La Hoya [2006 World Series of Poker j 2006 World Series ot Poker NASCAR Racing: Nationwide Series •- Nicoret son-Yager, Bree turner. Geraldo at Large I Special Programming Rachael Ray's Open House | Racnael Ray Feeds Your Pets N e 300. From Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton. Ga. Mix Tape Tour i Mix Tape Tour MOVIE: "Meet the Parents" ('00) * * * Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller, Blythe Danner. ! Whose Line? Red Eye jjrnl Edit. Rpt [The Beltway Boys Geraldo at Large Food Network Unwrapped Iron Chef America: Cora vs. Hillson Rachael Ray Feeds Your Pets MOVIE: "The Rundown" ('03) * * * The Rock, Seann William Scott, Rosario Dawson. | MOVIE: "House of Wax" ('05) * * Elisha Cuthbert. Murderous twins entomb their victims in wax. PGA Tour Golf: Champions « 6 "Jane Doe: Til Death Do Us Part" Golf Central (Live) Ultimate Matches | Playing Lessons : Golf Central MOVIE: "Jane Doe: How to Fire Your Boss" ('07) Lea Thompson, Joe Penny. | MOVIE: "Jane Doe: Eye of the Beholder" ('07) Lea Thompson, Joe Penny. MOVIE: "The Hills Have Eyes 2" ('07) *, Jessica Slroup I Boxing: Oleg Maskaev vs. Samuel Peter. (Live) Designed to Sell J Deserving Design J Color Splash N [Divine Design J Design on a Dime [Find Your Style N Countdown, Marquez , Det Comedy Jam Color Correction I Get It together N Designed to Sell ! Deserving Design How the Earth Was Made: Geological history. | Life After People: Speculating on what Earth would be like If humans were to disappear. How the Earth Was Made » 1 :00 « 6 MOVIE: "Two Can Play That Game" MOVIE: "40 Days and 40 Nights" ('02) * * Josh Hartnett, Shannyn Sossamon. MOVIE: "Lethal Weapon 2" ('89) *** Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Joe Pesci. MSNBC Investigates: The Vampire Killings That's Amore: Domenico searches for love. ICarly | Naked Brothers « 6 MOVIE: "Gryphon" ('07), Larry Drake 'Barnyard: The Original Party Animals" Lockup: Raw: Inmates' unwritten rules. America's Best Dance Crew Drake & Josh | Ned's School Your Mama Don't Dance [ Grey's Anatomy MOVIE: "Hot Fuzz" ('07) * *• * Simon Pegg. Nick Frost. Jim Broadbent. | Hollywood Sex j Kinky Kong » 1 2:50 Death and the Dentist America's Best Dance Crew George Lopez George Lopez MOVIE: "Ogre" ('08) John Schneider, Ryan Kennedy. MSNBC Investigates: The Vampire Killings I Lockup: Raw: Inmates' unwritten rules. America's Best Dance Crew j Real World - Road Rules Challenge Fresh Prince [ Fresh Prince j Home Improvement [ Home Improvement MOVIE: "Gargoyles: Wings of Darkness" ('04) * Michael Pare, Sandra Hess. Boxing: David Haye vs. Enzo Maccarinelli. (Live) | Elite Xtreme Combat (Live) « 6:30 MOVIE: "Tomorrow Never Dies" ('97) *** Pierce Brosnan. MOVIE: "Bad News Bears" ('05) ** Billy Bob Thornton, Greg Kinnear. MOVIE: "The Apartment" ('60) ***•* Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine. Flip That Restaurant N Aspiring Women [ Way of Master « 4:45 MOVIE: "The Green Mile" ('99) « 5:30 MOVIE: "Air Force One" ('97) Goosebumps j Goosebumps World's Best Spring Breaks Just Shoot Me | Just Shoot Me Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew Trading Spaces: Final breakup. N Ask God: Spiritual Mysteries Pros vs. Joes: John Randle. TNA IMPACTI (9:10) MOVIE: "The Mask" ('94) *** Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz. | (11:10) MOVIE: "Snow Day" ('00) » 1:00 (9:15) MOVIE: "How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying" ('67) *** Robert Morse. jBaby Face* 1:00 My First Home N [My First Home N Helpline TV Flip That Restaurant Trading Spaces: Final breakup. Ministry Special Klyosakl Show Total Living ! Evangelistic MOVIE: "Ju-on 2" ('03) * * Noriko Sakai, Kei Horie. Masters of Horror: Valerie on the Stairs MOVIE: "Ju-on 2" ('03) * * Noriko Sakai, Kei Horie. MOVIE: "The Bourne Supremacy" ('04) *** Matt Damon, Franka Potente. Naruto N | Naruto N | One Piece N | Dragon Ball Z Sand Blasters III: The Extreme Sand Sculpting Championship High School Reunion: Former classmates. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit The Flavor of Love: Roast. MOVIE: "Doom" ('05) ** The Rock, Karl Urban, Rosamund Pike. » 12:15 Venture Bros. [venture Bros. j Frisky bingo i Death Note N 25 Sexiest Beaches World's Best Spring Breaks MOVIE: "Beetlejulce" ('88) *** Michael Kealon, Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis. Beverly Hillbillies Beverly Hillbillies Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Rock ot Love With Bret Michaels Law & Order: Criminal Intent [MOVIE: "Friday After Next" ('02) > 1 :00 Rock of Love With Bret Michaels Celebrity Rehab With Dr. brew Your faith Continued from Page 3 The Fish Fry is open from 5:30 to 8 p.m. The menu includes fresh baked and fried fish, macaroni and cheese, baked mostaccoli, award-winning coleslaw, fried shrimp, fresh cut chips and French fries and desserts. A cash bar is available. Prices are $32 for family; $10 for adults; $6 for children 4 to 12; and $9 for seniors 65 and over. Call (847) 816-0896 for further information. St. Matthew Lutheran Church: A midweek service is on Thursdays at 7 p.m The service is preceded by a Lenten dinner served at 5:30 p.m. in Krueger Hall, 24500 N. Old McHenry Road, Hawthorn Woods, The Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church of Prairie View: The church will offer a lecture at 6 p.m. Sunday. The topic is, "Soli Deo Gloria: To the Glory of God Alone," a consideration of the Christian's life of gratitude. The speaker is Pastor Charles Brown. There is no cost, and the public is welcome. A question-and-answer session and refreshments will follow the lecture. More information is available by calling the church at (847) 634-3333 or by visiting Anglican Chapel of the Holy Cross: The chapel has scheduled midweek worship opportunities. The Walking of the Way of the Cross begins at 7 p.m., followed by the celebration of the Holy Eucharist each Wednesday in Lent. A short time for refreshments follows and then the weekly program, centered in inductive Bible study and sharing of the Weekly Words and their application to the individual participant, allows small- group interaction. The Weekly Words come from publications of the Words of Blessing ministry available free for the asking. » The Men's fellowship group of The Anglican Chapel of the Holy Cross will meet for breakfast and discussion at 8 a.m. today. At 10 a.m. today, the Body Builders group also will meet. The purpose of this group is not to build muscles, but to blend the gifts of those in attendance to do the ministry of building up the Body of Christ so that it may be a more effective witness in Lake County. Program plans and outreach Dentures to the sur- Church Women United COURTESY OF MARY ANDERSON Church Women United of the Barrington Area recently elected officers for the coming year. Pictured are (from left): back row: Candee Nustra, president-elect, Federated Church of Wauconda; Joan O'Halloran, nominating Committee, Sts. Peter & Paul, Gary; Carol Laning, nominating committee, St. Anne Catholic Community, Barrington; Kelley Kepes, president, Faith Community United Church of Christ, Prairie Grove; and front row: Carol Svoboda, nominating committee, Barrington United Methodist Church, Barrington; Mary Anderson, corresponding secretary, Lutheran Church of the Atonement, Barrington; and Laurie Badovinac, treasurer, Lutheran Church of the Atonement, Barrington. Officers not pictured are Linda Osikowicz, program chair, Barrington United Methodist Church; Nancy Bachmann, recording secretary, First Church of Christ, Scientist, Barrington; Betty Reed, nominating committee, Barrington United Methodist Church; Valeri Janci, nominating committee, Barrington United Methodist Church; and Pam Anderson, nominating committee, Presbyterian Church of Barrington. rounding neighborhood are the product of the work of this group. • The members of Holy Cross Chapel gather each Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. for the celebration of The Holy Eucharist (Episcopal tradition), fellowship, and Bible study at 500 Park Ave., Unit 102, Lake Villa. The chapel is associated with the Anglican Communion Network. For more information, see or phone (847) 543-7371. Annunciation of Our Lady Episcopal Church: Every Wednesday evening during Lent there will be a program beginning at 6:15 p.m. and ending at 8 p.m. At 6:15 p.m. will be a soup and salad dinner followed by a 20- minute video exploring a series of topics. This will be followed by small group discussions led by the clergy and ending with Compline (a brief prayer service). The program is open to anyone who has ever been curious or interested in the Episqjppal/Anglican tradition. The church is at 5725 Stearns School Road, Gurnee. For more information, call (847) 336-3730 or visit the Web site at www.annuncia- • The "Seven Last Words of Christ" will be performed at 7 p.m. March 16. This is a moving cantata with soloists singing the seven last words that Jesus said before he died on the cross. The soloists are backed by the Annunciation choir and organist. The cantata ends with a magnificent organ rendition of the earth quaking after Jesus' death. Community Church of the Holy Spirit, Lake Villa; The church is holding a prayer service and contemporary Stations of the Cross at 7:30 p.m. every Friday through Lent. Special services and events that continue through Lent include a traditional St. Joseph Day Table to celebrate the birth of St. Joseph March 15. Tickets to the buffet dinner that will include braided bread, spaghetti with marinara sauce a/id cream puffs are $5 each. Passover Seder will be held at 7 p.m. March 19. The service is a re-enactment of the meal Jesus ate at Passover that includes a celebration of the Holy Eucharist. Viewing of the Passion of Christ will be from 7 to 10 p.m. March 21, with the Vigil of Lights at 9 p.m. March 22. Every Wednesday a Bible study is held at 10:30 a.m. with intercessoiy prayer at 7 p.m., followed by a Bible study at 7:30 p.m. Call (847) 245-3000 or visit the church Web site, A charismatic orthodox Catholic church, Community Church of the Holy Spirit, 25291 W, Lehmann Blvd., is one block south of Route 132 (Grand Avenue) on Route 59. Congregation Am Echod (Reform): The congregation, 2945 Falling Waters Blvd., Lindenhurst, offers the following Shabbat Service Schedule. Today: 9 a.m. Study Session with Rabbi Harari, 10 a.m. Shabbat morning service. Friday: 7:30 p.m. "Let's Talk" Shabbat Service: a group discussion on a Jewish topic. For details, call (847) 2651818 or e-mail Congregation Or Tikvah: JCC's "Got Shabbat?" will meet from 4 to 5:30 p.m. April 12 at Congregation Or Tikvah, 330 Barren Blvd., Grayslake. The program is filled with fun, food, Havdallah and wacky juggler Andy Head. Projects are designed for families with children 4-8, but all are welcome. Additional parking is available at the Grayslake Middle School. For details, call (847) 412-4225. Hope Evangelical Presbyterian Church; The church is moving to its permanent home in Grayslake in March, after renting in Libertyville. It now has 10 acres at 32475 Alleghany Trail, Grayslake, just south of Belvidere/120 and the train tracks, on the east side. The first service will be Palm Sunday on March 16. Sunday worship is at 10 a.m., Sunday School at 9 a.m. The senior pastor, Mark Jumper, is a third-generation Presbyterian minister, and retired Navy chaplain. His next sermon series will include Paths of Purpose, and Paths of Prayer. He leads a Tuesday morning group (9:30 - 11 a.m.) studying in depth the book of Revelation. (847) 362744^4, www.hor^ Bernice Bede Osol / Astro-Graph Saturday, March 8,2008 Major improvements are likely in the year ahead where your material interests are concerned. Sudden shifts in conditions could provide opportunities to express your talents. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Try to involve yourself in some kind of endeavor that offers an opportunity to express your natural originality and inventiveness. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Keep your modus operandi flexible because you'll accomplish your goals by finding an unusual way of doing tilings. In fact: The more unusual the route, the larger the success. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Try to associate with friends who are as progressive and futuristic in their thinking as you are. Together, you might be able to get something in the works that will be new and inviting. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Look out world. You could turn out to be quite progressive by getting some brilliant flashes of insight regarding ways to handle unplanned developments or involvements. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Just because a number of ingenious ideas come easy for you, don't make the mistake of discounting them merely because of the ease by which they came. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) There are strong indications that things that could be beneficial will manifest themselves in a sudden manner, so you'll need to be prepared to make a quick decision and move fast to take advantage of them. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You will get that opportunity to become more familiar with someone you'd like to know better. You'll have much in common. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Use your smarts, which you have plenty of, to come up with better ways of doing things concerning whatever it is that has bogged you down. What you conceive could be quite revolutionary. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You will be extraordinarily productive at this time by getting involved in tasks or assignments that you truly enjoy. The key to your success is not allowing yourself to focus on anything distasteful. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) When you find yourself in a position to finalize a matter, jump on it. It doesn't matter what the end result is as long as you can live with it. CAPRICORN pec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't get yourself so tightly structured that you lack all mobility. Chances are something fun is going to pop up that you'll want to be part of. AQUARIUS gan. 20-Feb. 19) Material benefits could come about through an unusual set of circumstances. In fact, what transpires might be a once-in-a-lifetime situation that generates returns from an untapped source. Copyright 2008 by NEA, Inc. , Find your dream house NwHoi SATURDAYS

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