The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 11, 1996 · Page 26
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J^HDAYJDCTOBER 11, 1 996 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL WHAT S HOT Ja m Wttn tVEEK 1 ^ 2 3 2 4 1 5 3 6 7 4 8 10 9 8 10 6 FICTION BEST SELLERS bespattrtiont Stephen King the Regulators, Richard Bachman Executive Orders, Tom Clancy the Deep End of the Ocean, Jacquelyn Mitchard Jack and Jill, James Patterson • to the Hilt, Dick Francis The Celestlne Prophecy, James Redfteld Legend, Jude Deveraux The U»t Don, Mario Puzo The Runaway Jury, John Grisham ^ If NONFICTION BEST SELLERS 1 1 the DHbert Principle, Scott Adams 2 2 The Run of His Life, Jeffrey Toobin 3 3 Unlimited Access, Gary Aldrich 4 9 '-'. Slouching towards Gomorrah, Robert H. Bork 5 4 Undaunted Courage, Stephen E. Ambrose 6 - James Herriot's Favorite Dog Stories, James Herriot 7 6 How Good Do We Have To Be?, Harold S, Kushner 8 - His Holiness, Cart Bernstein and Marco Politi 9 7 Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt 10 5 Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt • Source: The Now York Times/Week of Oct. 6-12. NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Building Your Field of Dreams, Mary Manln Morrissey Jack and Jill, James Patterson Falling Up, Shel Silverstein Deep End of the Ocean, Jacquelyn Mitchard Angela's Ashes, Frank McCourt Movies GROSS IN MILLIONS TOTAL $58.5 ^ ^ TOP GROSSING FILMS »*» 1 1 The First Wives Club $11.0 2 - The Glimmer Man $7.6 $7.6 3 - That Thing You Do $6.2 $8.2 4 - D3: The Mighty Ducks $6.1 $6.1 5 2 Extreme Measures $4.0 $12.9 6 4 2 Days In the Valley $2.2 $6.9 7 a Last Man Standing $2.0 $15.9 8 ,5 -Fly Away Home $2.0 $15.9 9 6 Independence Day $1.5 $295.7 10 - Big Night ....$1.2 $2.6 • Source: Exhibitor Relations CoJWeekmd of Oct. 4-6. ' S ^ TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 3 The Birdcage 2 5 The Truth About Cats and Dogs 3 1 Executive Decision 4 4 Up Close and Personal 5 2 From Dusk Till Dawn 6 8 Sgt. Bilko 7 6 Mulholland Falls 8 - The Quest 9 7 12 Monkeys 10 9 The Substitute • Source: Billboard magazine/Week of Oct. 6-1 S. VIDEOS AT THE SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY Destination Canada A Kid in King Arthur's Court Mountain Bike Video A Woman In Paris The Gentleman Tramp (Chaplin) usic S TOP POP SINGLES 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 10 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 JS 1 2 .3 1 4 5 6 2 7 4 8 3 9 10 5 • Source: S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 4 2 5 3 8 9 10 6 7 17 18 19 20 11 13 14 15 Macarena (Bayslde Boys Mix), Los Del Rio I Love You Always Forever, Donna Lewis It's All Coming Back To Me Now, Celine Dion No Dlgglty, Blackstreet Where Do You Go, No Mercy Twisted, Keith Sweat Change the World, Eric Clapton C' Mon N' Ride It (The Train), Quad City DJ's Last Night, Az Yet You're Makln' Me High — Let It Flow, Ton! Braxton TOP POP ALBUMS From the Muddy Banks of the Wlshkah, Nirvana Aenlma, Tool Falling Into You, Celine Dion The Moment, Kenny G . Blue, LeAnn Rimes Home Again, New Edition Set It Off, Soundtrack Jagged Little (*lll, Alanis Morissette Your Secret Love, Luther Vandross Another Level, Blackstreet Billboard magazine/Week of Oct. 6-12. TODAY'S HOT HITS POWER 94.5 Come On Ride It, Quad City DJ's Splderweb, No Doubt Where Do You Go, No Mercy Your Making Me High, Tonl Braxton Free to Decide, Cranberries Key West Intermezzo, John Mellencamp This Is Your Night, Amber H It Makes You Happy, Sheryl Crow Counting Blue Cars, Dishwalla Change the World, Eric Clapton Ascension Don't Eyer Wonder, Maxwell Birmingham, Amanda Marshall Mouth, Merrill Brainbridge Twisted, Keith Sweat Head Over Feet, Alanis Morissette But Anyway, Blues Traveler Standing Outside ..., Primitive Radio Gods Stupid Girl, Garbage Nowhere To Go, Melissa Etheridge When You Love a Woman, Journey Courtesy ofKJCK, 94.5 FM, Junction City. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 18 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3 6 1 7 10 8 12 11 2 6 13 15 4 16 19 18 20 Believe Me Baby (I Lied), Trisha Yearwood Stars Over Texas, Tracy Lawrence Living In a Moment, Ty Herndon I Do, Paul Brandt Like the Rain, Clint Black Worlds Apart, Vlnce Gill You're Not In Kansas Anymore, JoDee Messina A Woman's Touch, Toby Keith So Much (or Pretending, Bryan White You Can't Lose Me, Faith Hill • vldalia, Sammy Kershaw The Maker Sold Take Her, Alabama That Girl's Been Spyln' On Me, Billy Dean The Road You Leave Behind, David Lee Murphy Mi mt You, Kenny Chesney Love Remains, Collln Ray e I Qan Still Make Cheyenne, George Strait uojM»iyTwM>na, Patty Loveless More Than You'll Ever Know, Travis Tritt Ain't Got Nothln' On Us, John Michael Montgomery 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. Hays • HAYS ARTS CENTER: 1996 Wildlife Art Series featuring last year's award-winning wildlife art and this year's finalists depicting sandhill cranes, ends Nov. 5. "Of Life," a six-year collection by Scott Wiedeman, ends Oct. 30. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. 112 E. 11th. Free. Lincoln • LINCOLN ART CENTER: "Einstein: Images & Impact," traveling exhibit by Kansas Historical Society, other German artifacts. 126 E. Lincoln Ave. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and by appointment Sunday. T COUNTRY MUSIC EXHIBITS Lindsborg • BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL GALLERY: "Don't Fence Me In," featuring black-and-white photography by Barbara Van Cleve, Big Timber, Mont., ends Oct. 27. Kansas Postcard Competition, Series XIX, includes the work of 16 Kansas artists, ends Oct. 30. Other guest artists during October are Sallay Johnson, Lindsborg; Mindy Rhodes, Marquette; and Lois B. Jung, Hutchinson. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday. 401 N. First. $2 for adults, 50 cents for students in grades 1-12. * • MINGENBACK ART CENTER: "Disciples," an exhibit of scultures and drawings by Diane Henk, Kansas City, ends Oct. 30. Bethany College campus Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free. 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 1-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-noon and 15 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 Tuesday. 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 4 p.m. Thursday through Monday. 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. Russell • DEINES CULTURAL CENTER: Ex- Cash to perform concert at outlet mall in Newton By Harris News Service NEWTON — The Man in Black is coming to Newton. Country performer Johnny Cash, and his wife, June Carter Cash, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Monday at The Newton Factory Outlet MaU. Rounding out the special concert will be the musical talents of Johnny Western. The performances will be CASH only a part of the activities planned for the Newton Factory Outlet's grand opening Saturday through Monday. In addition to the concert, activities include a petting zoo Saturday and a car show Sunday, as well as stagecoach rides, sidewalk sales and live entertainment. The 61-acre mall, located off of Interstate 135 highway on exit 28, has been in business since May 15. The Cash concert will take place in the mall's parking lot and will be free. However, tickets will be required for admission. They are available at the Funtastic Factory, located at the mall. Lawn chairs and blankets have been recommended for seating, because the concert will be outside. After the concert, Cash will be in the Funtastic Factory for autographs, photographs and videotaping. "It's very exciting to have someone of Johnny Cash's caliber coming to Newton," said Jacque Wedel, executive director of the Newton Convention & Tourism Bureau. For more information, call .the Funtastic Factory at (316) 283-5566. 'Amelia' / Play grew out of school performance FROM PAGE D1 "I knew it had to be expanded, so I decided to create a second act which described the final flight." Griffin applied for and received a Horizons 50 Developing Artists Grant from the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. The award gave Griffin the freedom to write the second act and rework the first act to create a play that flowed smoothly. To help structure the play, Griffin enlisted the aid of Richard Esvang, artistic director of the Great Plains Theatre Festival in Abilene. An early version was performed by Griffin during a Playwright's Festival held by Great Plains in March. To put together the current production, Griffin turned to her friend Barbara Marshall, who was interested in the challenge of directing a one-person play. "It's a different kind of theater," Marshall said. "You're relying on one character to convey everything, so it's a great responsibility for the actress. In some ways it's restrictive, but in other ways it's very freeing. Kate can take the audience,: through narrative, from Atchison to Africa to the South Pacific." Marshall said that she tries to look at the play from a storytelling point of view. "I'm helping to clarify and make sure the plotline is clear," Marshall said. "Kate is a dedicated performer, so it's been fun to discuss ideas and changes while trying to get to the truth of the character." Griffin said that she usually doesn't get nervous before a performance, but this show is different. "It takes a lot of energy to maintain focus when you're onstage alone for an hour-and-a-half," Griffin said. "This time I can feel the twinges in my gut." Courtesy olKYEZ, 93.7 FM, Saline: rallngs broadcast on BlUtxtsrcl American Country Countdown. It's a lime bit wild and spicy, v with a stampede of flavor won't soon forget. Rustle one up soonf Served with sauteed mushroom and your choice of potato. Large Ribeye 2351 S, Ninth (Central Mall) hibit of paintings and prints by Maleta Forsberg, Lindsborg. 820 N. Main. Hours: 1-5 p.m. daily except Monday. Free. Salina • BLUESTEM GALLERY: "Harvest," featuring work by the 24 members of the gallery, ends Nov. 10. Hours: Noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. 117 S. Santa Fe. Free. • FIRST BANK KANSAS: Joy Walters, Salina, will exhibit her oil paintings during October. 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. 238242 S. Santa Fe. Gallery hours: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, until 7 p.m. Thursday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free. • SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY: Kansas Library Month exhibit. 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. • SMOKY HILL MUSEUM: "Custom Cowboy Boots: The Kansas Story" ends Nov. 6. The exhibit, "The Settling of the Smoky Hills," which features a replica of a dugout used by early settlers in the area, is on permanent display. 211 W, Iron. Hours: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free. Now On Video 95 Downtown News Carroll's Carroll's & Books Books Music Video Video 204 S. Santa Fe Mid-State Mall Sunset Plaza. 01996 Warner Home Video. O1996 Warner Bros, and Universal City Studios, Inc. LAS DOS AMIGAS Mexican & American Food \ NOW LOCATED IN THE MID AMERICA INN RESTAURANT • 1842 N. 9th St. Come Enjoy Steaks & More! Friday & Saturday Evenings K.C. Strip • Prime Rib • T-Bone Fillet • Rocky Mountain Oysters • Catfish MICHAEL DOUGLAS VAL KILMER PREY FOR THE HUNTERS ^ THE GHOST AND THE DARKNESS Fri. (*4:45)-7:00-9:20 Sat. (*2:15-*4:45)-7:00-9:20 Sun.(*2:15-*4:45)-7:00 Mon.-Thurs. (*5:00)-7:20 ^_ THE GLIMMER MAN Mid-State, IB Frl. (*4:50)-7:05-9:15 Sat. C2:20-*4:50)-7:05-9:15 Sun.C2:20-'4:50)-7:05 Mon.-Thura.('S:05)-7;16 BEEHA DAVIS SAMUEL L JACKSOH What's forgotten is not always gone. THE LONG KISS GOODNIGHT [[Sunset / Central Mall/' Frl.-Sat. 7:15-9:35 Sun. 7:15 Mon.-Th Lire. 7:15 Frl.(*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sat. ('2:00-M:30)-7:00-9:30 Sun.('2:00-'4:30)-7:00 Mon-Thure. CS:00)-7:30 sf»*p PICTURES Presents U>)/»LT3s)?Sf«ji> PICTURES Presents •™ -^~~^^^^- •• KID I Central Mall/ Fri. (*4:45) Sat.-Sun.('2:15-'4:45) Mon.-Thur».('S!l5) V MIGHTY HUCN& rpr Frl. ('4:35)-7:OS-9:20 l *- aj Sat. ('2:05-'4:35>-7:05-9:20 Sun.C1:55-'4:00)-6:00 Mon.-Thure. ('5:05)-7;20 (Suns^T/l THE CHAMBER [[Central Mall/J ["^^"""T^PHBFIICF CHRIS • O'DONNELL GENE _. HACKMAN IB Frl. (*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sat (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00-9:30 Sun. ('2:00-*4:30)-7:00 Mon.-Thurt.('5:00)-7:30 FIRST WIVES Frl. (*4:40)-7:10-9:2Q Sat. (*2:1Q-*4;40)-7:10-9:20 Sun. ('2:1Q-*4:4Q)-7:1Q Mon.-Triure. (*6:10)-7:20 'One of the best films this year ..I..M .lk,-|'.ll.,,l ,,,,, , ,,l .,,,..,.,. . V "A brightly entertaining blend of humor and heartbreak!' peter tr«ver«, rowing ttone [Central Mall, 7 ] r j i7n~"iii*iiHir T iTr'f Frl. (*4:3S)-7;Q5 • 9:25 Sat. ('«:Q$-*4:36>7:Q5-9#5 Sun. ('2:05-'4:35)-7:08 Mon.-Thur». ('6;06)-7:2S NA/ti'vti cjoiio world wido wok! w wW.tJu k incontinent i«; i t oin Nuw Di<.lumui. Ihuuhu* Policy No tliiljiun I yi & uncle-, uit; allow uudtloi luiiii iliowmt) PG 13 £ R lutud inoviui uflui 6.OO p in ; Show S 3" Evcnmg S 5 50 Children, Sen.ors s 3 50 24 rlmi 5Ulw: 825-9105 ,/He

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