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Page D2 Altoona Mirror • Sunday, May 25,1997 • ARTS/ENTERTAINMENT Music Top 10 TOP SINGLES 1. "MMMBop," Hanson 2. "Hypnotize," The Notorious B.l.G. 3. "Say You'll Be There," Spice Girls 4. "Return of the Mack," Mark Morrison 5. "You Were Meant For Me," Jewel 6."ForYoulWill,"Moni& 7. "I Belong to You," Rome 8. "The Freshmen," The Verve Pipe . 9." I Want You," Savage Garden 10. "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" Paula Cole . TOP ALBUMS • 1. "Spice," Spice Girls 2. "Butterfly Kisses (Shades of Grace)," Bob Carlisle 3. "Life After Death," The Notorious B.I.G. 4. "Share My World," Mary J. Blige 5. "Carrying Your Love With Me," George Strait 6. "Middle of Nowhere," Hanson . 7. "'Space Jam' Soundtrack," various artists 8. "Pieces of You," Jewel 9. "Bringing Down the Horse," The Wallflowers 10. "Baduizm," Erykah Badu Billboard-Soundscan New music "Flaming Pie" Paul McCartney Paul McCartney's first studio album in four years is almost good, ft is better than " Off the Ground," his lightweight last album. But as a self- professed response to his work unearthing Beatles songs for the recent "Anthology" series, the new music is nowhere in that league. ; The idea behind "Flaming Pie" was to record a quick, casual set of songs with friends (Ringo Starr, Steve Miller, Jeff Lynne) and family members (his wife, Linda, and son, James) and watch the sparks fly. But when they ignite, the sparks, don't last for very long. Songs like the boomer nostalgia trip "the Song We Were Singing," the pop- blues scorcher "The World Tonight," the wistful • ballad "Someday s" (with great orchestration by George Martin) and thejaunty, mid-career Beatles- style "Young Boy" are highlights, though most are quickly dragged down by the commonplace. ; Neil Strauss, N.Y. Times News Service ''Hand It Over" Dinosaur Jr. i If K-Tel ever makes another Guitar Rock album, Dinosaur Jr. should be included. The group's new Mbum, "Hand It Over" goes from lo-fi chonls to ear-splitting sounds. It's pure guitar overload. That's in part because the vocals aren't powerful enough to penetrate through the sound. • The songs that exert some presence, especially ^'Nothing's Going On" and "I'm Insane," do work nicely. The rest have such muffled lyrics that it's like trying to have a conversation at a rock concert. : ' Matt Kohlman, Associated Press Writer Video Top 10 VIDEO SALES )." 101 Dalmatians" 2. "Lord of the Dance" 3. "Riverdance-TheShow" 4. "Fargo" 5. "Space Jam" 6. "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" 7. "Playboy's Voluptuous Vixens" 8."Bambi" 9. "Vertigo" 10. "The Godfather" VIDEO RENTALS 1. "Sleepers" ,2.'-"The Ghost and the Darkness" 1 3. "William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet" ' .4. "The First Wives Club" ,"5. "The Long Kiss Goodnight" ;6. "The Preacher's Wife" :1. "Emma" ' 8. "101 Dalmatians" :9. "Lone Star" ,"10. "Extreme Measures" : .', Billboard Publications New on video "Star Trek: First Contact" Rated PG-13 Paramount 'Captain Kirk never got along with many people. Whether on TV or film, the space captain and crew bored many to tears. But "Star Trek: First Contact' ! broke through some of those resistance shields. /This is a land-based yarn that has Enterprise E crt w rewriting h istory on Earth. Back in space, ' tfje Borg are hindering hUmans from making first co.ntact with citizens of another planet. This close encounter is stalled for so long, it borgs down "First Contact." "Daylight" Ruled R Universal Sylvester Stallone takes a step backward, and irttt a collapsed underwater tunnel between New YQf.k and New Jersey. He gets to be a hero for a day, but not before grunting some of his worse lines since "Stop! Or My Mom Wul Shoot." Putting up. With Sly's he-man heroics are Claire Bloom, f Brenneman, ViggoMortensen, Stan Shaw :he star's son, Sage. phen King's Thinner Rated R Republic Par for Stephen King's usual course, he takes w]a human frailty and pounds it to death. In this outJn g> the joke is on an obese lawyer (Robert Burke) who can't stop kwing weight matter how mli'ch he eats. All because he was given the evil eye!for running over a gypsy. This is lite King fare daspite its heavy subject matter. -! Cox News Service Movie To p W I "The Fifth Element," $11.4 million i.;"Fathers' Day," $6.1 million S/'Breakdown," $5.9 million f ."Austin Powers," $5.8 million 5. "Volcano," $3.6 million 6. "Liar, Liar," $3.2 million 7. "Night Falls on Manhattan," $2.9 million 8. ."Sprung," $2.5 million 8. "Homy and MichelD's High School Reunion," S2.2 million 10, "Anaconda," $2.2 million < I The Associated Press planner THEATER "Natalie Needs a Nightie," 8 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday, Old Bedford Village Opera House. "Charley's Aunt," 8p.m. June 14-15, 18-19 and 27-28, Old Bedford Village OperaHouse. Old Bedford Village Opera House is at ' Old Bedford Village, along Business Route 220. For tickets, call 623-3335. "Forever Plaid," May 31 through June 15, Mountain Playhouse. "Incorruptible," July 1-13, Mountain Playhouse. The Mountain Playhouse is on Route 985, l /!milenorthofRoute 30, Jemer- . stown. Ticketsare$ll to $23- Curtain timesare8p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 9p.m. Saturday, with mati- neesat2p.ro. Wednesday and Friday and3p.m. Sunday. 629-9201 "Forever Plaid," June£2l,8p.m. Allegheny Highlands Regional Theatre at Cresson Lake. The Allegheny Highlands Regional Theatre at Cresson Lake tickets can be purchased by mailing to Allegheny Highlands Regional Theatre, 526 West Ogle St., Ebensburg, Pa. 15931, orbyphone(S14)472-4333.Tictetsare • $20to$48. "Blithe Spirit," today, Sa'turday, June \ and June 6-7, TheMcConnell- stown Playhouse, admission 5s $7, $6 for students and seniors. The McCbnneHstown Playhouse if on Route 20 in McCannellstown,five miles south of Huntingdon. To mail order- tickets; rnake checks payable to Go West Productions andmail to The McComeustown Playhouse, P.O. Box 115, McConnellstoum, Pa., 16660or call 6274311. MUSK Hollidaysburg Chamber Music, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Hollidaysburg Junior High School auditorium. Tickets are '$2 for adults $2 and SI for seniors and students. Country Music Festival, June 14 and 15, Old BedfonJ Village. CONCERTS Ty England, 3 and 7 pm June i, ' Eland's Park, free. The Bellamy Brothers, 3 and 7 pan. June28,Bland'sPark,free. Bland'sParkisonRoute220, Tipton. For more information call 684-3538. Vince GUI and Bryan White, 7:30 p.m. June 20, Bryce Jordan Center, fI9.75 to $24.75. STYX and Pat Benatar, 8 p.m. July 3, Bryce Jordan Center, $19,50 to $29.50. Barry Manilow, 8 p.m. July 18, Bryce Jordan Center, 539.50. Tickets for Bryce Jordan Center con- Courtesypholo Paintings by Sylvia Fugmann Brongo are on display at the 30th annual Greater Harrtsburg Artfest, which concludes Monday. certs are amilable at the Bryce Jordan Ticket Center, Uni-Martatl313 Valley View Blvd., Altoona, and 100 W. 10th St., Tyrone, and Penn State • Altoona. Charge by phone at (800) 863- 333S. Boxoffice hottrs are 8a.m. to 5 p.m. vxekdaysarid 11 a.m. to 4p.m. . Saturday. All-4-One, 3 and 5 p.m. today, The Amphitheatre, HersheyPark, Dan Seals, 3 and 5 p.m. Monday, The Amphitheatre, HersheyPark. Tickets for HersheyPark concerts are on sate at the HersheyPark Stadium Box Office, (117) 534-3911, and all Ticket- Master outlets. TicketsforThe 'Amphitheatre call (717) 534-3090. FOR CHILDREN Pan Fish Derby, 9 am. to 1 p.m. June 7, Canoe Creek State Park, Hollidaysburg. for children ages 3-15. Children's Miracle Network Telethon, June 1, Eland's Park. SPECIAL EVENTS Nittany Antique Steam Engine Days, 9 am. to dark, Saturday arid June 1, Pain's Cave Grounds, free, calia&l-ii^forinore information. Baseball Card Show and Big Boys Toy Show, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. June &8, Logan Valley Mall. The Great Jpatton Yard Sale, 8 a.m. ' to 4 p.m.. Dune 7, Main Street and throughojut entire town of Patton, a cart bus will be available for travel- ing around town. Regional Trade Show, 5 to 8 p.m. June 12;lOa.m.to7p.m. June 13 and 14, Bryce Jordan Center, for booth information call 863-1570. Circus Days, June 7-9, Railroaders Memorial Museum, $3.50 call 9460834 extension 200 for more information. Singling Bros, and Barnum and Bailey Circus, today and Monday, • HersheyPark Arena, HerskeyPark. Tickets for Hershey events are on sale at the HersheyPark Arena Box Office, (717) 534-3911, and all TicketMaster outlets. Fire-Police-EMS Expo, 10 a.m. to 6 pm. Saturday and June 1, Lake • Raystown Resort and Lodge, Entriken, $5 per car, call (814) 6583500 for more information. Summer Crafts Show \yj, 10 am. to 6 p.m. June 14 and 15, Raystown Resort and Lodge, Entriken, fiee. Chicken Barbeque, 1130p.m. June 14 and 15, Canan Station Fire Department, $4.50. Memorial Day Parade, 9a.m. Monday, Roaring Spring, program at Greenlawn Cemetery with guest speaker, Dr. Robert H. Saylor. Call 224-4440 for more information. Allegheny Northern Model Railroad Club Display, 10 a.m. to B p.m. June 14 and 15; June 20 - 22, Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum, for more information call (814) 94&0834 extension 200. Seventh Annual WHPA Wing Off, 5 to 9 p.m. Thursdays June 26 through Aug. 21, Lakemont Park Coaster • Pavilions, entertainment, beverages, and hot wing competition, call 695- * 4441 for more information. Q-94 Listener Appreciation Day, • Saturday, Lakemont Park, live rock and roll on stage all day. Father's Day, June 15, Lakemont Park and Eland's Park, Dad's ride free. WTAJ-TV lOFamily Day, 11a.m. to 9 p.m. June 14, Lakemont Park. Buick, Olds and Pontiac Show, noon June 22, Eland's Park. Antique and Classic Car Show, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 8, Jaffa Shrine, no fee if looking, $5 to enter a vehicle. Homewood's Annual Strawberry Festival, 4 to 7 p.m. June 28,4308. Market St. Martinsburg, food, fun and entertainment July 4 Celebration, 5-11 p.m. June 30 • through July 5, Morrisons Cove ., Memorial Park, Martinsburg, free, food, games, parade and fireworks. LECTURES/WORKSHOPS "Vegetable Gardening," 7 p.m. Tuesday, by the Blair County/Pent: State Master Gardeners, Altoona Area Public Library Theatre, free. 946- : ••0417. : "Woodcarving,"7p.m.Junel2, • Altoona Area Public Library The-" atre, free. 9460117 ' 'Organic Gardening," 7 p.m. June. 23, by the Blair County/Penn State. Master Gardeners, Altoona Area , Public Library Theatre, free. 9460417. Brain Attack! You can Prevent It, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Altoona Hospital School of Nursing Auditorium, learn what you can do to prevent . strokes, the causes and how to recognize the warning signs.' ' Anesthesia: Preparing for Surgery and Minimi/ing Pain, 5 to 7:30 piri. June 18, Altoona School of Nursing Auditorium, learn the various types' of anesthesia used in surgery and' how to best prepare for surgery.., . To receive a registration form for the, events of the Altoona Hospital call 949-3123. • . •/••'. ART The 30th Annual Greater Harris- burgh Artfest, noon to 6 p.m. today arid Monday, Riverfront Park, Harrisburg. (717) 238-5180 "Recent Gifts and Acquisitions: ,., Works on Paper," through June 15, Palmer Museum of Art. Palmer Museum of Art is at Curtin ...... Road, near University Creamery on Penn State's Unhxrsity Park campus,. Hours are 10 a. m. to 4:30p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and noon to 4- p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. 88* 7672 Pittsburgh SPECIAL EVENTS Fallingwater, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday,-halfway between the villages of Mill Rim and Ohiopyle, on Route 381, exhibit of Frank Lloyd Wright's house on the waterfall Admission is $8 weekdays, $12 weekends. For more information or reservations call (412) 329*501 two weeks in advance. Conservatory Outdoor Garden Tour, 9 a,m. to 4 pm, Tuesday through Friday, through July, Phipps Conservatory, 50 cents. Discovery Tour, 9 am to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, through July, Phipps Conservatory, $3. Phipps Conservatory is at 2 Schenley Park. Hours a re 9a.m. to 5p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is $5 for adults, $3.50 for students and seniors, $2forchHdrenages3-12araljfeeforchildrenages2 and under. Call (412) 622-6914far more information. Pittsburgh Folk Festival, ends today, David L, Lawrence Convention Center, costume displays, music, dancing, crafts. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children. Call (412) 281-4882 for more information. Thrift Drug Classic, 9:30 a.m. women's division anil 12:45 p.m. men's division June 8, Caplan Capozzi. bicycle race with pro cyclists froih around the world, call (412) 621-RACE for more information. THEATER "Culture of Desire," Sept. 5-28, City Theater. "Dracute,"0ct 10 through Nov. 9, City Theater. "Having OUr Say," Nov. 28 through Dec. 21, City Theater. "A Clockwork Orange," Oct 29 through Nov. IS, City Theater. City Theater is at South Side, Pittsburgh. Show times are 8p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 5:30 and 9p.m. Saturday and2p.m. Sunday. For tickets. call (412) 431-CITY. "Cinderella," June 3-15, Benedum Center. "La Cage Aux FoDes," June 17-29, Benedum Center. The Benedum Center is at 719 Liberty Ave. Ticket pricesvary. Call (412) 456-6666for tickets. Ticketsare also available in person at IheBenediim Center Box Office or at alt TicketMaster locations. "The Steward of Christendom," 2 and 7 p.m. today, Pittsburgh Public Theater, tickets are $15 to $34,50. The Pittsburgh Public Theater is located at Allegheny Square on the city's historic North Side. For tickets call (412) 321-9800. CONCERTS Hot Country Jam, 5 p.m. today, Star take Amphitheater, $15 to $28, John Michael Montgomery, Toby Keith and Ricochet. Oz*y Fest, 12.30p.m. June 7, Star Lake Atiphlthe- Ffc photo John Mellencamp will appear at Star Lake Amphitheater June 14. ater, §28 to $38. An Ozzy tribute along with Black Sabith and many more. Rush, 8 p.m. June 11, Star Like Amphitheater, $16 to .$39, John Mellencamp, 8 p.m. June 14, Star Lake Amphitheater, S20 to $50. Summer Oldies Celebration IX, 4:30 p.m. June 21, Star Lake Amphitheater, $9, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, The Turtles and more. Hank Williams Jr., Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels Band and JoDee Messina, B p,m, June 22, Star take Amphitheater, $16 to $30. The Allman Brothers Band, 7 p.m. June 25, Star take Amphitheater, $12 to $32. Kenny G and George Benson, 8 p.m. July 3, Star take Amphitheater, $19to$45. Boston, 8 p.m. July 4, Star take Amphitheater, $15 to $35. STYX and Pa< Benatar, 8p.m. July 5, Star take AmpHilheatei',$15to$35, Santana and Rusted Root, 7:30 p.m. July 11, Star take Amphitheater, $15 to $30. James Taylor, 8 p.m. July 18, Star Lake Amphitheater ,$15,25 to $28.25. Queensryche, 7:30 p.m. July 23, Star take Amphitheater, $20 to $38! LynyrdSkvnyrd,7:30p.m.July25,Startake -" Amphitheater, $15 to $33. "''" . Barry Manilow, 8 p.m. Aug. 10, Star Lake Amphitheater, $20 to $40. Lilith Fan-, 5 p.m. Aug. 12, Star Lake Amphitheater, $22 to $39, includes Sarah Mclachlan, Sheryl Crow, Jewel, Indigo Girls and more. 311,7:30 p.m. Aug. 27, Star Lake Amphitheater, $20. Tickets for Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater events can be obtained at TicketMaster outlets, by calling' (412) 323-1919, or at the amphitheater box office the night of the show. For information, call (412)947-. 544S. Thereisd$4chargeaddedtoallticketprices, ART Rembrandt Etchings, June 7 through Aug. 3, Heinz Exhibition Galleries, Carnegie Museum of Art. American Watercolors From the Museum's Collection, June 21 through Sept. 21, Scaife Exhibition Galleries, Carnegie Museum of Art. Jacques BeUange: 17th Century Printmaker of Lorraine, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. June 7 through Aug. 3, Heinz Galleries, Carnegie Museum of Art. Contemporary Art from the Paine Webber Collection, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. June 7 through Aug. 10. Okavango: Africa's Last Eden, June 7 through Sept. 21, Natural History Gallery, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. ' The Age of Dinosaurs Lives On, June 14 through. Jan. 4, Changing Exhibits Gallery, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. The Carnegie Museum of Natural History and The Carnegie Museum of Art are at Forbes Avenue in . Oakland. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 1 to 5p.m. Sunday. Admis- •• sion is S5 for adults, $4for senior citizens, $3fbr children ages 3-18 and students with ID, and free for ' children 2 and under and members of The Carnegie. (412)622-3131 Leslie Thornton, 7:30 p.m. June 13, The Andy Warhol Museum, meet the filmmaker. Three Rivers Juried Film Festival, June 20-22, The Andy Warhol Museum. The Andy Warhol Museum is at UJSandusky St. • Howsare 11 a.m. to 6p.m. Wednesday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 8p.m. Thursday through Saturday. Closed on Monday, Tuesday and legal holidays. ' Admission is $5 for adults, $4for senior citizens and $3 for children and students. (412) 237-8300 Top 100 Houseplants Exhibit, through June 8, Phipps Conservatory. Bonsai Week, Tuesday through June 1, Phipps Conservatory, Bonsai related exhibits and demonstra,- tions, Hosta Society Show, June 7-8, Phipps Conservatory, unique displays and demonstrations. Phipps Conservatory isatl Schenley Park. Hours are 9a.m. to 5p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Admission is fSfor adults, $3.50for students and sen iors, $2for children ages 3-12 and free for children ages 2 nnd'!i>ider.Call(<ll2)622-6914for'tnoreinformatio#.