The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 13, 2001 · Page 30
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D2 FRIDAY, APRIL 13,-2001 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAI WHArS HOT ^ Books S FICTION BEST SELLERS 1 1 Dreamcatcher, Stephen King 2 2 First to Die, James Patterson 3 4 A Painted House, John Grisham 4 5 The Bonesetter's Daughter, Amy Tan 5 3 The Villa, Nora Roberts 6 6 Scarlet Feather, Maeve Binchy 7 - The Skies of Pern, Anne McCaffrey 8 7 Potshot, Robert B. Parker 9 - Slightly Shady, Amanda Quick 10 10 The Last Time They Mel, Anita Shreve THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 NONFICTiON BEST SELLERS Who Moved My Cheese?, Spencer Johnson The Prayer of Jabez, Bruce H. Wiikinsoh Body for Life, Bill Phillips and Michael D'Orso The Wisdom of Menopause, Christiane Northrup Seablscuit: An American Legend, Laura Hillenbrand American Terj-orlst, Lou Michel and Den Herbeck Absolute Power, David Limbaugh Tuesday's With Morrle, Mitch Aibom Secrets of the Baby Whisperer, Tracy Hogg Relationship Rescue, Phillip McGraw » Source: Publishers Weekly/Week of March 25-31^.^^ NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Hollowpoint, Rob Reuland Red Mesa, Aimee and David Thurlo Down the Highway —The Life of Bob Dylan Taps, Willie Morris , : Walking the Bible, Bruce Feiler 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Movios S wfEK TOP GROSSING FILMS WES'""^"^!. 1 1 Spy Kids $17.1 ^$48.3 2 - Along Came a Spider... .; $16.7 $16,7 3 - Blow... $12.4 $12.4 4 - Pokemon 3 :.. ....:.. $8.2 $8.2 5 2 Someone Like You $5.3 $17.8 6 3 Heartbreakers .$5.0 $30.0 7 6 Enemy at the Gates .$3.4 $39.2 8 5 The Brothers $3.0 $22.5 9 8 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon ..... $2.8 $117.5 10 4 Tomcats $2.8 $11.0 • Source: Exhibitor Relations Ca/Weekend of April 6-8 WEEK WKK TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 2 Almost Famous 2 - Charlie's Angels 3 1 Meet the Parents 4 - Wonder Boys 5 7 The Contender 6 6 Remember the Titans 7 4 What Lies Beneath 8 3 Gladiator 9 5 The 6th Day 10 - Erin Brockovich • Source: Billboard magaiine/Week of April 3-B VIDEOS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Jean Cocteau's Blood of a Poet Man on the Moon All About My Mother Red Sun Hell in the Pacific Music WEEK WEEK TOP POP SINGLES 1 1 All For You, Janet 2 2 Survivor, Destiny's Child 3 3 Angel, Shaggy 4 6 Thank You, Dido 5 5 Missing You, Case 6 4 Butterfly, Crazy Town 7 9 Stutter, Joe 8 - Get Over Yourself, Eden's Crush 9 7 Again, Lenny Kravitz 10 - Hanging by a Moment, Lifehouse THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 TOP POP ALBUMS Now 6, Various artists Until the End of Time, 2Pac The Life, Ginuwine Hotshot, Shaggy Live in New York City, Bruce Springsteen Everyday, Dave Matthews Band Endangered Species, Big Pun Chocolate Starfish Limp Bizkit No Angel, Dido Part ill, 112 Source: Billboard magazine I Week of April 3-9 THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 8 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 g 10 10 11 12 11 13 12 14 13 15 14 16 15 17 16 18 17 19 18 20 19 • Courtesy THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2 1 3 5 6 4 9 10 8 11 13 15 12 16 18 14 17 19 20 THE BUZZ 104.9 TOP 20 Jaded, Aerosmith Thank You, Dido Again, Lenny Kravitz Don't Tell Me, Madonna If You're Gone, Matchbox 20 Breathless, The Corrs 1 Hope You Dance, Lee Ann Womack Too Little Too Late, Barenaked Ladies Yellow, Coidplay Butterfly, Crazy Town Survivor, Destiny's Child He Loves You Not, Dream Hemorrhage, Fuel I'm Like a Bird, Nelly Furtado Ail For You, Janet Jackson Crazy, KC and Jojo Hanging By a Moment, Lifehouse Nobody Wants to Be Lonely, Ricky Martin, Christina South Side, Moby with Gwen Stefani Angel, Shaggy ofKZBZ, 104.9 FM, Selina. EAGLE COUNTRY 99.9 TOP 20 Who 1 Am, Jessica Andrews One More Day With You, Diamond Rio If My Heart Had Wings, Faith Hill A Great Day to Be Alive, Travis Tritt You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This, Toby Keith Ain't Nothing "Bout You, Brooks & Dunn Don't Happen Twice, Kenny Chesney She Misses Him, Tim Rushlow If i Fail You're Going WHh Me, Dixie Chicks Grown Men Don't Cry, Tim McGraw Mrs. Steven Rudy, Mark McGuinn It's My Time, Martina McBride Pour Me, Trick Pony Right Where I Need to Be, Gary Allan Rose Bouquet, Phil Vassar If You Can't Do Anything Else, George Strait I Could Not Ask For More, Sara Evans Move On, Warren Brothers The Last Thing on My Mind, Patty Loveless Please, Pam Tillls Courtesy of KSKG, 99.9 FM Wolfe / Some signs of recovery FROM PAGE D1 Others, including William Conway, senior conservationist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, support an "eco-region" proposal that focuses on not just the hot spots, but migratory corridors that increase the survival odds of big predator species such as wolves, bears and big cats. Conway, who wrote the introduction for "The Living Wild," notes there are 17 billion domestic animals in the world, from pets to livestock, using former wildlife habitat. By themselves, an overpopulation of house .cats, has brought extinction to bird species in some areas. Conway has found feral house cats in areas as remote as the Patagonian desert in South America. "If you're a conservationist, you're by definition, hopeful," he said. "Otherwise, what's the point? I'm hopeful we will be able to save significant wildlife, although it will be a smaller portion than what exists today" Conway said he was honored to write the introduction to "The Living Wild" because of the support Wolfe has provided the society "You make someone a present of this book, they're going to have an extraordinary visual treat because of the quality of the pictures," Conway said. "And they're also going to get some interesting views from biologists who thought pretty deeply about the state of the world's wildlife." Hoping for the best Increasingly, as mankind's population grows, some animal species have been largely relegated to preserves not large enough to sustain their numbers. Essayists in the book warn that at the current rate habitats are being depleted, half of the world's wildlife species could be targeted for extinction within just 100 years. Yet, in his travels, Wolfe found cause for hope. "We met biologists in the field, on the front lines, who are doing very good work and making a difference," he said. An example is a park in India that had very few tigers 20 years ago because of poaching. The government since has recognized tigers need to be preserved and stepped up anti- A Club for nature photogpaphers Three years ago, a group of nature and wildlife photography buffs in Kansas decided to explore what interest there might be in having periodic meetings to compare photos and share tips on the craft. Thus was born the Great Plains Nature Photographers. No dues are required. Meetings, open to all with an interest in photography or the outdoors, are held in April and November in cities across the state. Former Bethany College professor Larry Rosenkoetter and his wife, Sharon, helped start the group, which had its first meeting at Bethany Each meeting features a program by a regionally or poaching enforcement. "Today in that one park, there are over 130 individual tigers living wild lives," Wolfe said. "We saw that same thing going on in various areas around the world." Another example was a South African national park, once bordered by cattle ranches. Over time, the park has doubled in size. Historic migration routes of elephants within the park also been have restored, he said. Praise and condemnation Wolfe's photographs routinely are praised for their composition and color, reflecting his university degrees in painting and art education. For "The Living Wild," Wolfe chose, whenever possible, to depict his subjects with a wide- angle lens, bringing the animal and its habitat into focus. One example is a view of Hidden Lake, a short hike from Logan Pass in the Rocky Mountains. A mountain goat stands on a precipice at the edge of the frame, gazing out at the surrounding peaks. "Unlike spending 12 months documenting the life cycle of an animal, we were much more journalistic," Wolfe said. "The book is meant to be a vignette." Wolfe was criticized heavily — unjustly he insists — when news broke that he digitally altered King of Clubs Comer of Pacific & Ohio » Salina • 820-2869 Friday, April 13 TITE GRIP High Energy Rock & Roll Sat, April 14 Rock & Roll with SHAGNASTY [ $4 .00 at the door. No cover before 9 p .m. Your tax deductible contribution to Birthright registers you to win an All Expense Paid 5 Day Cruise For 2! Call Birthright For Details. tltm J 3 1045 The Midway, Salina, KS • 785-823-3113 * On conlribulion.s from March I lo August 31, 2001. of Salina George Murdock in Lawrence & Lee's Inherit the Wind April 13 - 29 Box Office opens April 9 Hours: 12 - 6 PM, MOD. - Fri. Tickets: Adults $13/Students $10 Sr. Citizen Discount on Thurs. Sponsored by 303 E. Iron 827-3033 Toll-free: 1-877-414-2367 nationally known nature photographer, as well as a slide competition among those attending. Past speal<ers have included George Lepp, photographer and columnist for Outdoor , Photographer magazine, and author and photography instructor Boyd Norton. The group will have its spring meeting from 8:30 to noon April 28 at Great Plains Nature Center, 6232 E; 29th North, Wichita. Registration is $10. For more Information and to register, write Gerald Wiens, 423 N. Freeborn, Marion 66861, or call Wiens at (620) 382-3754. —The Salina Journal about a third of the images in his 1994 book "Migrations," including the cover shot of a herd of zebras. Wolfe defended himself, saying he intended the alterations as homage to Dutch artist M.C. Escher His biggest regret, Wolfe said, was giving in to the publisher and not running Escher's illustrations alongside the photographs for comparison. Wolfe since has acquired the rights to Eschar's works and plans to rerelease "Migrations" with Escher's illustrations. "When the first photos appeared, painters said this is the end of painting as we know it," Wolfe said. "Then color photography was invented, and black- and-white photographers said the same thing. There has always been a bump on the continuum. Yet people become — I use the word hysterical (about digital capabilities)." Since "Migrations," Wolfe has' been careful to disclose where digital retouching is done. In "The Living Wild," computer software was used to digitally remove out-of-focus branches, fill-flash catchlights from animals' eyes and man-made elements in about a half-dozen images, including the cover Images for the world One thing Wolfe is proud of is helping inspire other photographers to take nature photos, even though it means more competition. "Getting photos out before people who never saw or considered the consequences before makes people aware," he said. "You're about to witness that when there's talk about drilling in the Arctic Wildlife Refuge and out comes a photo of 30,000 migrating caribou. People tend to care about what they see. They tend not to care about what they don't know of." Once, Wolfe was reminded about the power of photography while walking through an Australian airport. A poster appeared to be a dramatically lit photograph of Ayers Rock, an icon of the Australian Outback. He moved closer — and saw it was a pUe of dog dung with a message about poop scooping as a responsible pet owner. Wolfe paused to think about someday tackling the same subject and laughed. "I'd probably (do it) if there was nothing else, just to have a roll of film waiting to be developed," he said. "I'm addicted to taking pictures. I get antsy if I don't have some roU of film being processed so I can peek at it. And world travel becomes a lifestyle. The more I see, the more I want to see." • Reporter David Clouston can be reached at 823-6464, Ext. 131, or by e-mail at sjdclouston @saljournal.com. Water Treatment Specialists 658 E. North • Salina 825-4912 Stay curious. : TELEVISION W PUBLIC TELEVISION Public television for central and western Kansas WWW.ShptV.Org clalties Let Grandma Max treat your family on Easter Sunday. Savory Baked Ham, Prime Rib, Baked Chicken, and our world famous Fried Chicken. Plus freshly mashed potatoes, homemade soups, scrumptious salads and luscious desserts. It's Grandma's Easter Parade of tempting delights, and we're cookin' it up fresh just for you. 1^' grandma. restaurant We serve only fresh ground whole bean coffee l944Norlh 9ih Bosselmamravel Cenier Salina

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