The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 27, 1996 · Page 26
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 26

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, September 27, 1996
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02 FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1996 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL WHATSHOT FICTION BEST SELLERS executive Orders, Tom Clancy Jack and Jill, James Patterson the Runaway Jury, John Grtsham The Last Don, Mario Puzo Servant of the Bones, Anne Rice The Celestlhe Prophecy, James Redfield Falling Up, Shel Silversteln The Tenth Insight, James Redfield Cause of Death, Patricia Comwell My Many Colored Days, Dr. Seuss NONFICTION BEST SELLERS The Dilbert Principle, Scott Adams The Run of His Life, Jeffrey Toobln Unlimited Access, Gary Aldrich How Good Do We Have To Be?, Harold S. Kushner Undaunted Courage, Stephen E. Ambrose All Too Human, Edward Klein Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman Outrage, Vincent Bugliosl Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY All Too Human, Edward Kelin Out of Sight, Elmore Leonard The Burning Man, Phillip Margolin White Smoke, Andrew M. Greeley Dominique Moceanu, Dominique Moceanu Movies THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 TOP GROSSING FILMS WEEKEND The First Wives Club ,.. $18.9 Last Man Standing $7.0 Fly Away Home $3.8 Maximum Risk $2.9 Bulletproof $2.6 First Kid $2.3 Tin Cup $1.8 A Time to Kill $1.6 Independence Day $1.6 The Rich Man's Wife $1.5 GROSS IN MILLIONS TOTAL $18.9 $7.0 $9.5 $10.3 $15.6 $20.2 $49.5 $103.3 $290.6 $5.6 • Source: Exhibitor Relations CoJWeekend of Sept. 20-12. THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 8 7 5 TOP RENTAL FILMS Executive Decision From Dusk TIM Dawn 12 Monkeys the Substitute Mulholland Falls Happy Gllmore Up Close and Personal City Hall Sgt. Bllko Mr. Holland's Opus • Source: Billboard magazine/Week ot Sept. 22-28. VIDEOS AT THE SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY Let's Go Camping Be A Juggler It Takes Two Cartoons Go to War Bullseye Archery A" Musi sic S. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 & TOP POP SINGLES 1 Macarena (Bayslde Boys Mix), Los Del Rio 2 I Love You Always Forever, Donna Lewis 3 It's All Coming Back To Me Now, Celine Dion 4 Twisted, Keith Sweat 5 C' Mon N' Ride It (The Train), Quad City DJ's 6 Change the World, Eric Clapton 9 Where Do You Go, No Mercy 7 Loungln', LL Cool J - How Do U Want It — California Love, 2Pac with KC and JoJo 8 You're Makln' Me High — Let It Flow, Toni Braxton ^ & TOP POP ALBUMS 1 4 Falling Into You, Celine Dion . 2 1 Home Again, New Edition 3 2 New Adventures In HI-FI, R.E.M, 4 6 Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette 5 3 Another Level, Blackstreet 6 - All Eyez On Me, 2Pac 7 7 No Code, Pearl Jam 8 - Keith Sweat, Keith Sweat 9 8 Atllens, Outkast 10 - Jock Jams Vo. 2, Various artists • Source: Billboard magazine/Week ol Sept. 22-28. && TODAY'S HOT HITS POWER 94.5 1 2 Free to Decide, Cranberries 2 5 Come On Ride It, Quad City DJ's 3 7 Where Do You Go, No Mercy 4 3 Your Making Me High, Ton! Braxton 5 6 Counting Blue Cars, Dishwalla 6 4 Change the World, Eric Clapton 7 1 But Anyway, Blues Traveler 8 13 Splderweb, No Doubt 9 8 That Girl, Max! Priest & Shaggy 10 9 Tucker's Town, Hootie & the Blowfish 11 11 Standing Outside .,., Primitive Radio Gods 12 12 This Is Your Night, Amber 13 16 Stupid Girl, Garbage 14 18 Key West Intermezzo, John Mellencamp 15 19 Nowhere To Go, Melissa Etheridge 16 20 Don't Look lack In Anger, Oasis 17 - Inside, Pattl Rothberg 18 - If It Makes You Happy, Sheryl Crow 19 - Ascension Don't Ever Wonder, Maxwell 20 15 The Crossroads, Bone Thugs-N-Harrpony * Courtety ol KJCK, 84,0 FM, Junction City. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 ? 20 5 7 1 2 12 10 13 14 -* 4 19 3 20 16 17 18 KY 94 TOP 20 80 Much for Pretending, Bryan White Living In a Moment, Ty Herndon Guys Pelt All the Time, MindyMcCready Learning as You Go, Rick Trevlno That Girl's Been Spyln' On Me, Billy Dean Jacob's Udder, Mark Wills You Can't Lose Me, Faith Hill Believe Me Baby (I Lied), Trisha Yearwood Stars Over Texas, Trapy Uwrence She Never Lets It Go To Heart, Tim McGraw Worlds Apart, Vince GUI 1 Pen't Think I Will, James Bonamy I Po, Pagl Brandt Yoil'rt Net In Kansas Anymore, JoDee Messina Vldilla, Simmy Kershaw A W$raifl'»Touc.H, Toby Keith LIK« the Rain, Clint Black The Maker gajd Tf ke Her, Alabama The Bead Yog Leave Behind, David Uee Murphy Abilene • EISENHOWER CENTER: In the library, "Our Mothers Before Us: Women and Democracy, 1789-1920," a panel display with photographs looking at the suffragette movement, ends Nov. 24. "Quilts by Ida Stover Eisenhower and Hortense Beck," an exhibit of handiwork by Ike's mother and Beck, who was born in Atwood and lives in Topeka. Through Labor Day. Dwight D. Eisenhower Library. Hours: 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. daily. Museum admission: $2 adults, $1.50 senior citizens over 61 and free for children 15 and under. No charge for home, library, visitor center and Place of Meditation. Goodland • CARNEGIE ARTS CENTER GALLERY: "Kansas Flowers," an exhibition of paintings by Richard Cram and Georgiann Gruenthaler Cram, ends Sunday. 120 W. 12th. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 1-5 p.m. Saturday- Sunday. Hillsboro • TABOR COLLEGE LIBRARY: "In Honor of the Human Condition," an exhibit of artwork by the staff of the Prairie View Expressive Therapies Department, ends Oct. 21. 400 S. Jefferson. Free. Lincoln • LINCOLN ARTS CENTER: "Prairie: Image and Word," photographs by Kansans Terry Evans, Edward Sturr and Larry Schwarm enhanced by text from early settlers, poets and authors on loan from the Salina Art Center, through September. 126 E. Lincoln Ave. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and by appointment Sunday. Lindsborg • BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL GALLERY: "Watercolor 'Stuff' and Glass with a Touch of Humor, Irrever-. ence and Fantasy," featuring watercolors and lithograph prints by Wayne Conyers and fabricated glass sculpture EXHIBITS by Richard Stauffer, ends Sunday. "Don't Fence Me In," featuring black- and-white photography by Barbara Van Cleve, Big Timber, Mont., ends Oct. 27. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. 401 N. First. $2 for adults, 50 cents for students in grades 1-12. • THE HIDEAWAY: Exhibit of mixed media challenging realism by Stacy Smith of McPherson during September. U.S. 81 and K-4. • PRAIRIE WOODS STUDIOGALLERY: Exhibit by featured artist of the month Viola Lehman, a watercolorist, and works by Lindsborg artists ends Monday. Exhibit of photographs by artist of the month Dorman Lehman through October and the work of 11 Lindsborg artists. 134 N. Main. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Logan • DANE G. HANSEN MEMORIAL MUSEUM: Exhibit of paintings, drawings and lithographs by Missouri artist Thomas Hart Benton ends Nov. 3. 110 W. Man. Hours: 9 a.m.-noon and 14 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free. Lucas • GRASSROOTS ART CENTER: An exhibit of bicycle arts used in various art media will be on display to Oct. 15. The bicycle parts exhibit is free, but a fee will be charged for the Inez Marshall and Regional Grassroots Art Galleries. 213 S. Main. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily in September and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday through Monday in October. Marion • MARION HISTORICAL MUSEUM: Santa Fe artifacts, Indian artifacts, local items since 1860 and Marion High School graduates from 1884 to present. 501 E. Main. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. • 314 E. MAIN PLACE: 75,000 sheet music collection dated back to the early 1700s, 140 categories of sheet music, juke box, Little Golden Book Collection and postcard collection. Open daily or by appointment. 314 E. Main. McPherson • MCPHERSON COLLEGE FRIENDSHIP HALL GALLERY: "Human Nature ... 3 Perspectives Converging," an exhibit of three women artists working in different media. The artists are Nancy Ellen Squire with atmospheric landscapes in dyes and acrylics, Marilyn Grisham with woven landscapes in tapestry and D'Lee Ringling with figurative oil painting, ends Saturday. 1600 E. Euclid. Free. Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday- Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Russell • DEINES CULTURAL CENTER: Exhibit of hand-colored etchings by Frank Nichols of Hays ends Thursday. 820 N. Main. Hours: 1-5 p.m. daily except Mon- day. Free. Salina • BLUESTEM GALLERY: "Indian Summer Exhibit," featuring work by the 24 members of the gallery, ends Saturday. "Harvest of Art," features more than 50 works of painting, sculpture, mixed media and fine art prints," begins Tuesday and ends Nov. 9. Reception: 7-9 p.m. Oct. 4. Hours: Noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. 1 17 S. Santa Fe. Free. • FIRST BANK KANSAS: Art Etc. Art Club, which has members from Salina and Saline County, will exhibit their works during September. 235 S. Santa Fe. Hours: regular business hours. • SALINA ART CENTER: "Of Matter and Spirit: African Arts from Kansas Museums," features 102 objects from nine Kansas collections representing all major geographic and cultural groups of Africa. Continues through Oct. 27. 238-242 S. Santa Fe. Gallery hours: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, until 7 p.m. Thursday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Fee. • SALINA COMMUNITY THEATRE GALLERY: Exhibit of artists from the Cherokee nation through Oct. 4. 303 E. Iron. Hours: 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday and before and after performances of the play "Young Chero- • SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY: "Dolls, Dolls, and More Dolls." 301 W. Elm. Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 1-6 p.m. Sunday. Free. J®®@'i) TKADINC; c<> Antiques • Gifts • Souvenirs All Occasion Gifts "Something Old-Something New" 'Cowtown Nostalgia' Open Dally 9:30-5:30 Sunday 1-5 (By Chance) 1607 N. Buckeye 1 Blk. S. of McDonald's Abilene, KS McCartneys do Dead film f Ga«rt«/<j"0'£?/ 93-7 FM. Wine; rajln&bmflcaal on Bllltxwd American Country Countdown. By The New York Times NEW YORK — The latest project about the Grateful Dead is a film by an unlikely director: Paul McCartney. Not only is McCartney not known as a Deadhead, but he ha never even seen the band perform live. Speaking by telephone recently from his studio in London, where he is recording a new solo album, McCartney said his interest was initially spurred not by a love for the band, but by a love for his wife's photography. Murfitt / She finds success FROM PAGE D1 She began to do well in the publishing business, becoming the promotional manager for Town and Country, before she realized she wasn't following her dreams. Two years later, Murfitt got her big break. "The Oil City Symphony," in which she acted, played several instruments and helped co- write, gained her the recognition she needed to get her own show off the ground. In 1988, while she was still doing "The Oil City Symphony," she got the idea for "Cowgirls." She resisted people who wanted her to change the show — dump the gay character, change the music, put a guy in — and a few years passed before she heard from a Boca Raton, Fla., theater that wanted her to stage "The Oil City Symphony." In 1994, the curtain rose on the show for the first time in Boca Raton. Murfitt calls it the best night of her life. "They just kept clapping and clapping after every song, and I remember standing back for a moment while I was on stage and being blown away, thinking 'Oh my God, they like it,' " she said. "It was like Sally Field all night long." Murfitt is in the middle of stressful contract negotiations with her current theater, which has left her wondering if she wants to continue staging the show. There has been talk of "Cowgirls" being made into a movie. "Part of me would like to stop," she said. "But we're like family now. We're like sisters. We've really bonded. When one of us goes on vacation, we're all upset. "It would be tough to give it up. You know, I remember we started getting great responses from the crowds, and someone remarked, 'It looks like Mary is going to be here for a while.' "A small town girl who puts on a hit in New York. Who'd of thunk it?" •/ Using just four rolls of snapshots that Linda McCartney took of the Grateful Dead in the 1960s, McCartney has put together "Grateful Dead: A Photofilm," a short that will have its American premiere before the screening of Michelangelo Antonioni's new movie, "Beyond the Clouds," at the New York Film Festival on Saturday and Sunday nights. "If Andy Warhol can film the Empire State Building for three hours, I figure I can do something with four rolls of film," McCartney said. Reserve your copy today! 95 Available Oct. 1, 1996 Downtown News Carroll's Carroll's & Books Books Music Video Video 204 S. Santa Fe Mid-State Mall Sunset Plaza aft, V S1996 Warner Home Video. O1996 Warner Bros, and Universal City Studios. Inc. New kid on the charts Is country music newcomer LeAnn Rimes a one hit wonder or legend in the making? Meet the 14-year- old singing phenom ... this week in USA WEEKEND. '"Salina Journal WEEKEND Any Pizza Any Size Any Toppings S 8 Add $100 ... •* ., M * for Deep Dish (NO DOUblCS PICBSC) y Mrr OPEN DAILY 11AM Sun.-Thurs. 'til 1 AM Fri. & Sat 'til 2 AM Valid at participating stores only. Not valid with any other offer. Customer pays sales tax where applicable. Cash discount includes rebate with applicable sales tax. Delivery areas limited to ensure safe driving. Our drivers carry less than $20.00. © 1995 Domino's Pizza Inc. Under New Management 825-7788 9th & Crawford Salina MURFITT ALL ABOARD FOR STRAWBERRY JUNCTION ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW Thursday thru Sunday, September 26-29 Come out and see beautiful arts and crafts 4 Days Only! sra CENTRAL MALL 2259 S. Ninth, Salina Mon. thru Sat. 10-9, Sun. 12:00-6:00

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