The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 20, 2001 · Page 30
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D2 FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2001 encore! THE SAUNA JOURNAI WHATS HOT <^ Books THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 7 THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 10 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 6 FICTION BEST SELLERS A Common Life: The Wedding Story, Jan Karon Dreamcatcher, Stephen King First to Die, James Patterson A Painted House, John Grisham Lone Eagle, Danielle Steel The Bonesetter's Daughter, Amy Tan The Last Time They IVIet^ Anita Shreve Scarlet Feather, Maeve Binchy Death In Holy Orders, P.O. James The Skies of Pern, Anne McCaffrey NONFICTiON BEST SELLERS The Prayer of Jabez, Bruce H. Wilkinson Who IVIoved My Cheese?, Spencer Johnson Body for Life, Bill Phillips and Michael D'Orso Seabiscutt: An Anierican Legend, Laura Hillenbrand The Wisdom of IVIenopause, Christiana Northrup Tuesday's With IVIorrie, Mitch Albom Absolute Power, David Limbaugh In Harm's Way, Doug Stanton Relationship IRescue, Phillip McGraw American Terrorist, Lou Michel and Den Herbeck Source: Publishers Weekly / Week of April 1-7 NEW BOOKS ATTHE SALINA LIBRARY Plain Jane, Fern Michaels Holocaust Industi^y, Norman FInklestein Garden Crafts, Geraldine Rudge Longaberger, Dave Longaberger Lone Eagle, Danielle Steel ^klO? GROSSING FILMS WEES'^"'^'& 1 1 Spy Kids $12.5 $68.3 2 2 Along Cime a Spider............. $11.5 $33.9 3 - Bridget Jones'Diary $10.7 $10.7 4 - Joe Dirt $8.0 $10.7 5 3 Blow . . $8.0 $25.9 6 - Kingdom Come $7.6 $9.7 7 - Josie and the Pussycats $4.6 $6.6 8 4 Pokemoni 3 $2.7 $13.0 9 7 Enemy at the Gates $2.7 $43.2 10 5 Someone Like You $2.6 $22.3 • Source: Bxhibitor Relations CoAVaekend of Aprill 3-1S S WEEK TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 2 Charlie's Angels 2 9 The 6th Day 3 3 Meet the Parents 4 1 Almost Famous 5 6 Remember the Titans 6 4 Wonder Boys 7 5 The Contender 8 - The Legend of Bagger Vance 9 - Bring it On 10 10 Erin Brockovich • Source: Billboard magazine / Week of April 10-16 VIDEOS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY The Snows of Kilimanjaro Girl interrupted FX FX2 October Sky Music THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 2 4 5 3 10 6 TOP POP SINGLES All For You, Janet Survivor, Destiny's Child Thank You, Dido Missing You, Case Angel, Shaggy Hanging by a Moment, LIfehouse Butterfly, Crazy Town Ride Wit Me, Nelly Stutter, Joe Stranger in My House, Tamia TOP POP ALBUMS Now 6, various artists Until the End of Time, 2Pac Hotshot, Shaggy Aaron's Party (Come Get It), Aaron Carter Everyday, Dave Matthews Band The Life, Ginuwine it Was All a Dream, Dream No Angel, Dido No Name Face, Lifehouse Country Grammar, Nelly THE BUZZ 104.9 TOP 20 Jaded, Aerosmith Thank You, Dido Again, Lenny Kravitz Hanging By a Moment, Lifehouse if You're Gone, Matchbox 20 Nobody Wants to Be Lonely, Ricky Martin, Christina I Hope You Dance, Lee Ann Womack Yellow, Coldplay Butterfly, Crazy Town Survivor, Destiny's Child From My Head to My Heart, Evan and Jaron Here's to the Night, Eve 6 Hemorrhage, Fuel I'm Like a Bird, Nelly Furtado Drive, Incubus All ForYou, Janet Jackson Crazy, KC and Jojo Play, Jennifer Lopez South Side, Moby with Gwen Stefani Angel, Shaggy THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 17 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 12 13 13 14 14 15 16 15 17 16 18 19 19 20 20 • Courtesy of KZBZ. 104.9 Fl^. Saline. THIS UST WEEK WEEK KY 94 TOP 20 1 3 it's a Great Day to be Alive, Travis Tritt 2 6 I Could Not Ask For More, Sara Evans 3 7 Pour Me, Trick Pony 4 4 People Like Us, A^ron Tippin 5 8 Don't Happen Twice, Kenny Cfiesney 6 10 She Misses Him, Tim Rushlow 7 15 Ain't Nothing 'Bout You, Brooks and Dunn 8 11 When Somebody Loves You, Alan Jack^n 9 16 Two People Fell in Love, Brad Paisley 10 18 Grown Men Don't Cry, Tim McGraw 11 13 Couldn't Change Me, Montgomery/Gentry 12 12 You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This, Toby Keith 13 19 if You Can Do Anything Else, George Strait 14 14 No Fear, Terri Clark 15 1 One More Day, Diamond Rio 16 2 it's My Time, Martina McBride 17 17 Laredo, Chris Cagle 18 - When I Think About Angels, Jamie O'Neal 19 20 Rose Bouquet, Phil Vassar 20 - If My Heart Had Wings, Faith Hill • Courtesy of KYEZ, 93. r-f^/l, SaHna: raHrss based on number of plays each week. Art Central art students to have open house The Salina Central High School art department will have an open house from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the school. The free exhibit will be in rooms 158 and 159 in the Central's east wing. Parti^cipants ^ should enter through the eiast door near Salina Stadium. More than 200 pieces of two- and three-dimensional art will be on display. Student musicians also will perform in ensembles and as soloists. Dedication ceremony set for art glass LINDSBORG — A dedication program is planned for Sunday at the Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery for three glass art pieces that have been given to the gallery in honor of Carl Peterson. The event begins at 2 p.m. The pieces, which were an anonymous gift, were made by Swedish designer Nils Landberg at the Orrefors studio. They will be displayed through August at the gallery. Peterson was co-director of the Sandzen gallery for 14 years, retiring in 1981. He serves on the Sandzen foundation board of directors and is a watercolor painter with a studio in downtown Lindsborg. BRIEFLY Theater 'Godspeir coming to Salina South stage The Salina South High School drama department wiU present the musical "Godspell" on Thursday and April 27 and 28. This year marks the 30th anniversary for the popular show, which is based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew. The play will be presented at 7:30 p.m. each night in the school's Little Theatre. Tickets cost $5 for adults, $4 for students and senior citizens and $3 for South students with activity tickets. Tickets can be reserved by calling 826-4766. Theater to present 'Charlotte's Web' ABILENE — "Charlotte's Web," the children's story about friendship between a pig and a spider, will be presented two times April 28 in special family performances by the Great Plains Theatre Festival. The theater is presenting the play through April 27 for area schools in its Live Literature series. It will be presented at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. April 28 for Your tax deductible contribution to Birthright registers you to win an All Expense Paid 5 Day Cruise For 2! Call Birthright For Details. ^ of Salina 1045 The Midway, Salina, KS • 785-823-3113 • On contribulions from March 1 lo August .11. 2001. TBB 6TH ANNUAL Midwest Winefest Festival & Auction Century 11 Exhibition Hall* Saturday, April 28 • 1-6 p.m. $35 Advance, $40 at Door Designated Drivers Get in FREE! • 350 Wines Fou CREDIT CARD ORDERS • Gourmet Food CALL 316-261-9071 • Silent/Live Auction More infonnation: • Seminars \vww .midwe9twinefest .com PRESENTED BY STANDARD BEVERAGE CORPORATION AND THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF WINE & FOOD OpenH ouse SA iiJRDAY, Aprni. 21 10 A.M. - 2 P.M. S ALINA 1*IJBUC L IBRARY Y OUTH S ERVICES D EIT. Come in to get your baby (birth to 18 months) a library card and enjoy snacks, lai)sil programs at 10:30 and 1:30, prize drawings and lots of fun! For more information, call 825-4624, visit our Web site at www.salpublib,org, or stop by 301 West Elm. Earth Day Celebratiod April 22,2001 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CJames and Activities for Children focused on conservation and saving our planet. Animal Demonstrations, Name the baby lemur contest. Bring a bag of recyclable aiiiiniiiuiti or plastic ill and receiiie 10% off '''^ gale (irlinission. ^ |^ ^ WILD LI CONSERVATION CENTER INC. Trams • Safari Station (Gin shop) Tlie Overlook (Restaurant) 6 miles vi /esl of Salina on 1-70 to exit 244, then 2 miles south on Hedville/Culver Road. families. The 1 p.m. show is sold out. Tickets cost $3. To order tickets, call 1-888-222-4574 or (785) 263-4574. Auditions Saturday for Summer Stage Auditions for the Salina Community Theatre Summer Stage '01 Musical Theatre Performing Arts Academy will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the theater, 303 E. Iron. Summer Stage is for stu- CENTER;; CINEMAS SliowDatra! •riiiirs. riidO 7:3.'; •Yi, .''>:00 7::ir> S.it. 2:00 5:00 7:,'ir, Sun. 2:0(1 r>:00 7:;).'j dents who have completed fourth through eighth grades. It is a four-week program that meets from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 18 to July 13. This year's production is "Hagar the Horrible." Production dates are July 13,14 and 15. The program costs $50 per student, but scholarships are available upon request. No student will be denied because of inability to pay To audition, students should memorize a one-minute monologue, prepare a short song and be dressed to move/dance. Summer Stage is sponsored by the Salina Parks and Recreation Department and Security Savings Bank. For more information, call 827-6126. DICKINSON THEATRES««w jumn ku.,,,, All seats S5.00 before 6:00 p .m. Central Mall 2259 S.9ihSi (785)825-91051 Bridget Jones's Diary (R) 4:35 7:10 9:30 Josle and the Pussycats (PG13) 4:25 7:10 9:20 Enemy at the Gales (R) 4:15 7:00 9:40 Along Came a Spider (R) 4:25 7:10 9:30 Spy Kids (PG) 4:45 7:20 9:20 Freddy Got Fingered (R) 4:35 7:20 9:30 Pokemon 3 (G) 5 :00 / Someone Like You (PG13) 7:20 9:20 Blow (R) 4:15 7:00 9:40 \Midstates2 (785) 825-9105 Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles (PG) 7:00 9:00 Joe Dirt (PG13) 7:10 9:10 Stay curious. /^$inglcyHi|l$ PUBLIC TELEViSlOiSi Q Public television for central and western Kansas WWW. SliptV.Ofg of Clubs Comer of Pacific & Ohio • Salina • 820-2869 Fri., April 20& Sat, AprU 21 Carl Weathersby $12 Advance-$15 at the door 2 Day Ticket $20 Tickets available at House of Sight & Sound. D&l DoU Shop Sponsoring Doll & Toy Show April 21, 2001 10 a.m. • 4 p.m. at Kenwood Hall Admission $2.00 Edwin Meese III -former U,S, Attorney General April 24 7 p.m. Sams Chapel Pioneer Hall KWU Campus FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Info: Z85-82Z>5541 ext. 1121 Edvrai Meese served as the 75th Attorney General of the United States from February 1985 to August 1988. As the nation's chief law enforcement officer, he directed the Department of Justice and led international efforts to combat terrorism, drug trafficking and organized crime. Meese holds the Ronald Reagan Chair in Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation. He is also a distinguished visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Calif, and a distinguished senior fellow at The University of London's Institute of United States Studies. In addition, Mr. Meese lectures, writes and consults throughout the United States on a variety of siibjects, "Would tKe Founding Fathers Recognize Today's Supreme Court?" 100 E. Claflin Ave. SaUna, KS 67401-6196 Sponsored by the Young America's Foundation KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVnRSIIY SALINA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH Central Mall, Salina • l-S'p.m. in Sears Court Don't miss out on these wonderful items and a great opportunity to help your community! All proceeds to benefit a Salina family in need of decent affordable housing. " • Playhouse • Outdoor Furniture • BIrdhouses ' • Sculptures • Paintings • Pots • Hanging Quilts • Decorative Lawn Sprini<ler • Wreaths • Bicycle •Yard Sculpture by Dick Bergan • Rustic Utility Shed • Dog House • Garden Installation by Courtygrd Creations • Many Unusual Items! Salina Habitat, PO Box 3583, Salina, KS 67402-3583 For more information call 785-823-9331

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