The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 6, 2001 · Page 26
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Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 6, 2001
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P2 FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 2001 encore! THE SAUNA JOURNAL WHAT'S HOT ff Books FICTION BEST SELLERS Dreamcatcher, Stephen King First to Die, James Patterson The Villa, Nora Roberts A Painted House, John Grisham The Bonesetter's Daughter, Amy Tan Scarlet Feather, Maeve BInchy : Potshot, Robert B. Parker f A Day Late and a Dollar Short, Terry McMillan Mystic River, Dennis Lehane The Last Time They Met, Anita Shreve NONFICTION BEST SELLERS Who Moved My Cheese?, Spencer Johnson The Prayer of Jabez, Bruce Wiii<inson. Body for Life, Bill Phillips and Michael D'Orso Secrets of the Baby Whisperer, Tracy Hogg The Wisdom, of Menopause, Christiana Northrup Seabiscult: An American Legend, Laura Hilienbrahd Relationship Rescue, Phillip McGraw Ice Bound, Jerri Nielsen r Absolute Power, David Limbaugh I The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reiiiy « Source: Publishers Weekly/Week of March 18-24 i \ NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY The Triumph of Katie Byrne, Barbara Taylor Bradford Dreamcatcher, Stephen King The Ultimate Jacic the Ripper, Stewart Evans and Keith Sl<inner EInsteih in Love, Dennis Overbye Cell Phones: invisible Hazards, Dr. George Carjo, Martin Schram THIS WST WEEK WEEK 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 5 7 7 8 9 9 8 10 - THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 5 4 6 9 7 7 8 8 9 10 6 .^ES TOP GROSSING FILMS WES^ 1 - Spy Kids.. $26.5 ; 2 - Spmeone LilteYou $10.0 ; 3 1 H^tbrealters $7.8 4 - Tolfncats ......$6.4 • 5 2 The Brothers $5.6 6 4 Enemy at the Gates ...... .., i. $5.4 7 3 ^it Wounds ,. $5.3 8 6 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ... i . $4.9 9 7 Traffic ........ ....... .......$3.8 10 5 The Mexican $2.5 • Source: Exhibitor Relations CaJWaekertdof March 30-Aprii 1 ; ' MIOIONS TOTAL $26.5 $10.0 $23.1 $6.4 $18.1 $34.2 $41.1 $113.6 $113.5 $62.2 THIS WEEK UST WEEK TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 1 Meet ttie Parents 2 2 Almost Famous 3 7 Gladiator 4 3 What Lies Beneath 5 - The 6th Day 6 - Remember the Titans 7 9 The Contender 8 - Dancer In the Daric 9 5 Bring It On 10 4 The Watcher • Source: Billboard magazme / Week of March 27-April Z • VIDEOS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Hudsucker Poirot—The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Sweet and Lowdown The Talented Mr. Ripley Tumbleweeds ; Music TOP POP SINGLES All For You, Janet Survivor, Destiny's Child Angel, Shaggy Butterfly, Crazy Town Missing You^ Case Thank You, Dido Again, Lenny Kravitz Jaded, Aerosmith Stutter, Joe TOP POP ALBUMS Until the End of Time, 2Pac Hotshot, Shaggy Everyday, Dave Matthews Band part III, 112 No Angel, Dido Drops of Jupiter, Train Chocolate Starfish Limp BIzkit Thugs Are Us, Trick Daddy Just Push Play, Aerosmith THE BUZZ 104.9 TOP 20 Jaded, Aerosmith Thank You, Dido Again, Lenny Kravitz My Love Don't Cost a Thing, Jennifer Lopez Don't Tell Me, Madonna If You're Gone, Matchbox 20 Breathless, The Corrs Too Little Too Late, Barenaked Ladies Yellow, Coldplay Butterfly, Crazy Town He Loves You Not, Dream Hemorrhage, Fuel ' I'm Like a Bird, Nelly Furtado All For You, Janet Jackson Crazy, KC and Jojo Hanging By a Moment, Lifehouse Nobody Wants to Be Lonely, Ricky Martin, Christina Sqiith Side, Moby with Qwen Stefan! Aiigel, Shaggy Neyer Had A Dream Come True, S Club 7 of KZBZ, 104.9 FM. Salirta. KY 94 TOP 20 One More Day, Diamond Rip It's My Time, Martina K/lcBride it's a Great Ddy to be Alive, Travis Tritt People Like Us, Aaron Tippin Lucky For You, SheDaisy I Could Not Ask For More, Sara Evans Pour Me, Trick Pony Don't Happen TWice, Kenny Chesney Please, Pam Tlilis She Misses Him, Tim Rushlow When Sorhebody Loves You, Alan Jackson You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This, Toby Keith Couldn't Change Me, Montgomery/Gentry No Fear, Terri Clark Ain't Nothing 'Bout You, Brooks and Dunn Two People Fell in Love, Brad Pa\s\ey Laredo, Chris Cagle Grown Men Don't Cry, Tim McGraw If You Can Do Anything Else, George Strait Rose Bouquet, Phil Vassar Courtesy olKYEZ,93.7-f^,SaSiia:iatirtgs based an rnmbero/playa each week. THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 2 4 3 3 4 1 5 6 6 7 5 8 7 9 9 10 - THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 2 1 3 3 4 2 5 7 6 7 9 8 4 9 5 10 • Source: B THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 10 9 11 10 12 11 13 12 14 13 15 14 16 15 17 16 18 17 19 18 20 19 • Courtesy THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 11 7 7 , 8 8 9 9 10 14 11 13 12 3 13 15 14 16 15 19 16 20 17 18 18 19 20 - Art Red Bam Studio to feature watercolprist LINDSBORG — Phyllis Liljegren Newson is the April artist-in-residence at the Red Barn Studio. Newson, who is a graduate of Bethany College and was the guest artist in February and March at the Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery, is a painter of watercolors. She has earned recognition in several jurored shows and has been published in Watercolor magazine. The Red Barn Studio is the studio of the late artist Lester Raymer and is maintained by a nonprofit agency It provides artists the chance to work in private and also for the public to see their works. The studio is open from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday For more information, call (785) 227-2217 or visit Discussion will look at performance art An informal roundtable discussion Thursday with artist and curator Maria Velasco will consider the reasons, ideas and questions behind performance art at the Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe. Velasco, a professor at the University of Kansas, selected the artists in "Real Time," an exhibit of performance art at the art center that closes April 21. Velasco and others who helped plan the exhibit and its programs will speak and answer questions about the performances and the selection process. The free discussion begins at noon, and participants may bring their lunch. For more information or to sign up, call 827-1431. Lectures Archaeologist to talk about Kansa Indians COURTLAND — An archaeologist from the Kansas State Historical Society will speak here Sunday about the Kansa Indian Nation. Randy Thies will speak at 2 p.m. at Courtland City Hall. The program is free and open to the public. The Kansa controlled much of what is now eastern Kansas from the late 1600s to the latter 1800s. A smaller tribe, they were often at war with much larger tribes, including the Pawnees. The talk is sponsored by the Pawnee Indian Village State Historic Site, Republic, and the Kansas Humanities Council. For more information, call (785) 361-2255. Indian Burial Pit topic of program in Colby COLBY — The former Indian Burial Pit northeast of Salina and the family who discovered it will be the topic of a program Sunday at the Prairie Museum of Art and History Anthropologist Donna Roper, Manhattan, will present the free program "Salina-Area Archaeology in the 1930s: The Indian Burial Pit and Other Adventures of the Whiteford Family" at 2 p.m. The burial pit was discovered in the 1930s by Guy Whiteford and his family who were amature archaeologists. It was operated as a tourist site for more than 50 years, before the state, three American Indian tribes and its owners agreed to rebury the site. Roper will present the same program April 18 at the Smoky Hill Museum, Salina. For more information, call (785) 462-4590. Books and Videos in Mid-State Plaza and Carroll's Hallmark, 200 S. Santa Fe. Miscellaneous Senior Prom set for April 22 at club Senior citizens can dress up and go out April 22 for the Salina Parks and Recreation Department's second annual.Se- nior Prom.. The dance is set for 6 to 9 p.m. at the Salina Country Club and will feature the big band music of The Uptowners. Hors d'oeuvres will be served and door prizes will be given away. Tickets are $8 per person and are available at the Salina Senior Center, RSVP/The Volunteer Center and the parks department'. Tickets also can be purchased through the mail by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the parks department. Room 100, City- County Building. For more information, call Janice at 826-7434. Youth volunteers sought for library The Salina Public Library's children's department is seek- GREAT PLAINS SATELLITE 452-9595 326 S. BROADWAY, SAUNA ing applications for teen volunteers. Youths between 12 and 17 or who have completed the sixth grade are needed to help with the summer reading program. Volunteer duties include signing up children for the program, conducting weekly games and helping with the end-of-summer party Applications are available at the library The deadline to apply is April 14. For more information, call 825-4624 or visit the library her works Tuesday at the second session of the Spring Poetry Series. Andrea Hollander Budy is a writer-in-residence at Lyon College, BatesviUe, Ark. She won the Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize for her first fuU-length collection of "House Without a BUDY Poetry Budy to read works next in poetry series An Arkansas poet will read poems, Dreamer" She also has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, Arkansas Arts Council and both the Wesleyan and Bread Loaf Writers' Conferences. Her work has appeared in several journals. The reading begins at 7:30 p.m. at Capers Cafe and Bakery, 109 N. Santa Fe. Admission is $2.50. From Staff Reports Salina writer included in Western anthology A short story by local historian Judy Lilly has been included in the new Western anthology "American West, 20 New Stories by the Western Writers of America." Lilly the Kansas librarian at the Salina Public Library, contributed "Going Home Money," a story about a prairie fire that destroys a family's possessions except a clock. The story is based on a similar, real-life fire that burned the farm of Nancy and Daniel Hopkins in 1872 near Bridgeport. The anthology includes stories that underscore the changing themes in western writing. Other contributors include Kansas writer Don Goldsmith, Max Evans, Elmer Kelton and Loren Estleman. The book is on sale at Waldenbooks, Smoky Hill Museum, Carroll's Books Music PEGASUS SAtCllltE lElEVISION •iDIRECTV:^ SATElllTETVAT ITS BEST DICKINSON THEATRES«„„ .i,,,,.,.,.,..,, AN seats 35.00 before 6:00 p.m. Central-Mall 2259 S 9:'- Si (785) 825-9105 Pokemon 3 (G) 4:45 7:20 9:20 Exit Wounds (R) 4:25 7:10 9:30 Enemy at the Gates (R) 4:15 7:00 9:40 Along Came A Spider (R) 4:25 7:10 9:30 Spy Kids (PG) 4:35 7:20 9:20 Tomcats (R) 4:45 7:20 9:20 Someone Like You (PG13) 4:35 7:10 9:30 Blow(R) 4:15 7:00 9:40 Midstates 2 (785)825-9105] Just Visiting (PG13) 7:10 9.20 The Mexican (R) 7:00 9:30 "ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR!" Roger Ebcrt, EBEBT » ROEPER MIB THE MOVIES The New rork Times Raves: "A GEM! ONE OF THE TWO OR THREE FINEST AMERICAN FILMS RELEASED THIS YEAR!" -Stephen Holden YOU CAN COUNT ON ME lRl^.axarag Show Dates: 4Ma| Tliurs.-tVi. 6:00 7:10 Sat. 2:00 6:00 7:10 9:151 Sun. 2:00 6:00 7:10 MQII.-WCCI . 6:00 7:10 Stay curious. /^7^SiiigkyHi||s rs\ PUBLIC TELEVISION Public television for central and western Kansas WWW.ShptV .Org Omaha Steaks & Burgers We have the largest selection in North Central Kansas. Convenience & Samg§ Versus mail order. Old Country Store Purveyor of Gourmet Foods & Unique Gifts South of 1-70 on Ninth St. in front of the Best Western Mid-America Inn New Gift Items for Easter We Have A New Line of Gift Candles Ostrich Summer Sausage Wild Boar Sausage Imported Cheeses &: Pasta Smoky Hill Bison Company Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 6 pm Sunday 1 pm - 5 pm - Closed Mondays 785-823-2670 Friday April 13 7:00 PM d 9;00 PM Saturday April 14 7;00 PM Saster Sunday April 15 9;00 d 11:00 AM Stories of how extreme love has changed lives over every century Sxperience the Passion Week of Christ with drama, live music and special effects Smmanuel Foursquare Church 1325 East Cloud Salina, KS For more information call; Free admission '785) 825-1943

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