The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 25, 1996 · Page 30
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D2 ^RIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1996 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL **l> *? HlfHAT'fi llflT Books tt & FICTION BEST SELLERS 1 3 The Deep End of the Ocean, Jacquelyn Mitohard 2 1 Desperation, Stephen King 3 4 Executive Orders, Tom Clancy 4 2 The Regulators, Richard Bachman 55 Jack and Jill, James Patterson 6 6 To the Hilt, Dick Francis 7 7 The Celestlne Prophecy, James Redfield 8 - The Runaway Jury, John Grisham 9 10 Falling Up, Shel Sllverstein 10 - the Notebook, Nicholas Sparks «..«' NONFICTION BEST SELLERS 1 1 The Dllbert Principle, Scott Adams . 2 5 Slouching Towards Gomorrah, Robert H. Bork 3 - Don't Block the Blessings, Patti LflBelle with Laura Randolph 4 3 How Good Do We Have To Be?, Harold S. Kushner 5 9 Unlimited Access, Gary Aldrich 6 2 The Run of His Life, Jeffrey Toobin 7 4 Angela's Ashes, Frank McOourt . 8 - Dogbert's Top-Secret Management Handbook, Scott Adams 9 6 James Harriot's Favorite Dog Stories, James Herriot 10 10 Midnight In the Garden of Good and Evil, John Berendt • S&ll&KTha New York WmesWeaiot Oct. 2CW8 NEW BOOKS AT THE SAUNA LIBRARY To Lie with Lions, Dorothy Dunnett Stranger among Friends, David Mixner The Plnball Effect, James Burke How to Think Like a CEO, D.A. Benton A Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 5." 6 4, 7 9 TOP GROSSING FILMS ,^ Steeper*.. r\,», . v ..... i.'.'>.-.',.......... $12.3 The Ghost and the Darkness ,.. ,"„.',,•. ... $7.5 The, First Wives Club;.„.,.,.'.-.".«« V.... $6.7. The Long' Kiss Goodnight..;;....- $6.5 ThatThlng Y6u Do .. .M 1 .. i.',;.-..-,....:. $3.9 D3:TheJMIghty Ducks .. .-i .v::.: if $3.6 The Chamber .-,.....",. ~f, .-.. V. t $3.0 Get on the Bus ./:. .3.... .J " $2.2 The Glimmer Mar(. .**. '.', -S* $2.1 Fly Away Home .:.. .>..^..«.,: $1.4 Source: Exhibitor Relations CojrfoekgndofOci 18-ZO ' «>••. • " GROSS IN MlUONS> TOTAL $12.3' $20.2 $82.2 . $19.1 $17.6 $16.1 $10.4 $2.8 $17,8 $19.8 1 5 2 10 3 4 TOP RENTAL FILMS The Birdcage Twister The Truth About Cats and Dogs Fargo Up Close and Personal Executive Decision The Craft Before and After ; A Thin Between Love and Hate Sgt. Bllko 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 • Source: Billboard magazine/Week ot-Oct. 20-26 VIDEOS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Puerto Rico Alaska Experience ' Easy Woodworking Projects Snowboardlng Diva Music IMS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 9, 10 1 2 3 4 6 5 10 8 TOP POP SINGLES Macarena (Bayslde Boys Mix), Los Del Rio It's All Coming Back To Me Now, Celine Dion No Dlgglty, Blackstreet I Love You Always Forever, Donna Lewis Twisted, Keith Sweat Where Do You Go, No Mercy Mouth, Merril Bainbridge This Is for the Lover In You, Babyface Un-Break My Heart, Toni Braxton Change the World, Eric Clapton = ,. TOP POP ALBUMS 1 - Recovering the Satellites, Counting Crows 2 1 Falling Into You, Celine Dion 3 - Life Is Peachy, Kom 4 2 The Moment, Kenny G 5 6 Jagged Little PHI, Alanis Morissette 6 7 Tragic Kingdom, No Doubt 7 - Billy Breathes, Phish 8 5 Blue, LeAnn Rimes 9 9 Keith Sweat, Keith Sweat 10 4 From the Muddy Banks of the Wlshkah, Nirvana • Source: The New York Times/Week of OcL 20-26 v5« THE ROCK'S TOP 20 1 1 What's Up With That, Z.Z. Top 2 5 To The Bone, Kinks 3 3 Test For Echo, Rush 4 6 Blackberry, Black Crowes 5 2 Slow Burn, Doobie Brothers 6 4 If It Makes You Happy, Sheryl Crow 7 13 Message of Love, Journey 8 12 Free, Phish 9 7 Charlie Brown's Parents, Dishwalla 10 - Kill the Pain, Sgndpgs 11 8 Over Now (Unplugged), Alice in Chains 18 16 He Liked to Feel It, Crash Test Dummies 13 17 Who You Are, Peart Jam 14 11 What I Got, Sublime 15 20 Have You Seen Mary, Sponge . 16 10 Walls, Tom Petty and the Heartbreaker? 17 - 6th Avenue Heartbreak, Wallflowers 18 9 Who Will Save Your Soul, Jewel 19 - Lady Picture Show, Stone Temple Pilots 20 - Treat Me Like Plrt, Patti Rothberg * Courtesy ofKQNS, 9S.B FM, Salina. Ratings baaixt on local requeue and national airplay. V 1 9 I e 9 10 11 19 13 14 3 2 8 13 14 12 16 9 4 6 17 20 16 r« t« 11 7 like the Rain, Qlint Black I Do, Paul Brandt B.|K»veMeBglj y (ILIed),Tri9haYearwood The IHtor Said Take Her, Alabama More ThW You'll Ever Know, Travis Tritt • M» «nJ You, Kenny Chesney Lonely Tpo Long, Patty loveless I Pflfi S«H Make Cheyenne, George StraJt < The Road You Leave Behind, David Lee Murphy §tare Over Texas, Tracy Lawrence Worlds Apart, Vince Gill Strawberry Wine, Deanna Carter The Fear of Being Alone, Reba McEntlre Lpve Remains, CplUn Rave Ain't Set Nothln' On Ut, John Michael Montgomery Llvlnn In i Moment, Ty Hemdon VL A Sammy Kerahaw Change My Mmd, John Berry You're Not In Kansas Anymore, JoDae Messina The Southeast of Saline Jazz Band plays a variety of music. Southeast of Saline Jazz Band to play The Southeast of Saline High School Jazz Band will be the featured performers for today's Art a la Carte show. The performance is at 12:20 p.m. today in Campbell Plaza, which is in the 100 block of South Santa Fe. In bad weather, the performance will be in the lobby of Memorial Hall. The 19-member band is under the direction of Lonny Schropp, the instrumental director at Southeast of Saline for 15 years. The band plays rock, jazz, big band standards, latin and show tunes. Art a la Carte is presented by the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission. New Arrivals 25% - 75% OFF sra - Mama pent qetpre* *ed Up For Nothing, BropJIw&punn Pumpkin-carving workshop planned The Salina Art Center's annual family pumpkin-carving workshop will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday on the art center's back porch at 238-242 S. Santa Fe. The event, which is free, is open to families and features a variety of jack-o-lantern and other activities. Families may bring their own pumpkins or purchase one at the art center. Participants can carve, design with markers or add vegetable decorations to pumpkins. A special mask-making activity based on the art center's exhibition of African art, and a scarecrow garden where children may dress a scarecrow and add their decorated pumpkins as the scarecrow's head, will also be featured. In case of cold or wet weather, the event will take place inside the art center's education center. Flying Fool to perform at Kansas State-Salina Ken Schultz, known as the Flying Fool, will perform in Salina at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the College Center at Kansas State .University-Salina, 2409 Scanlan. Schultz has been performing for 10 years across the United States and Canada. He juggles, rides a unicycle, eats fire and performs acrobatics and mime in his comic act. The show is free to the public. It was arranged in conjunction with K-State's family weekend. Theater announces cast for 'Oliver!' The cast for Salina Community Theatre's musical "Oliver!" has been announced. Cast members include Rachel Anslover as Artful Dodger No. 1, Corene Breen as Mrs. Sowerberry, Elizabeth Dary as Mrs. Corney, S. Jeff Dary as Mr. Bumble-The Beadle, Gary Demuth as Fagin, Kenyon Gordon as Mr. Sowerberry, Tyson Heaton as Oliver No. 1, Bri- jin Johnson as Bet, Bob Jones as Bill Sikes, Mike Loy as Dr. Grimwig, Krista Olmstead-Miller as Nancy, Katie Parker as Charlotte, David Price as Oliver No. A, Vicki Price as Mrs. Bedwin, Emily Thompson as Artful Dodger No. A, Bob Sears as Noah and Jack Stewart as Mr. Brownlow. The principal roles of Oliver and the Artful Dodger have been double-cast, and the pairs of actors will alternate performances. "Oliver!" will be performed Feb. 7-23. Bill Weaver is the director, Richard Koshgarian will provide musical direction and Elaine Austin is the second unft musical director. Fashion show tickets are available now Tickets remain for the dinner performances of the Salina Regional Health Center Auxiliary's annual Fashion Show. This year's theme is "Among My Souvenirs." The dinner show starts at 7 p.m. Nov. 5 and Nov. 6 at the Sali• na Country Club. Tickets are $17.50 and must be purchased by Wednesday. Tickets will not be available at the door. For the convenience of guests, parking will be available in the Highway Patrol lot on East Iron — with shuttle service to the club. Please call Rita Peterson at 8238602 for reservation information. Proceeds from the show will be used to purchase "King of •Hearts" monitors for the hospital's cardiology department. Tickets on sale for Sacred Heart play Sacred Heart Junior High School Drama Department is presenting Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" on Nov. 7 and Nov. 8. The performances begin at 7:30 p.m. in the high school gym. The play is a comedy about a newlywed couple's attempt to get along after the honeymoon is over. It doesn't help that they live on the sixth floor of a brownstone, which is filled with eccentric personalities and a strange upstairs neighbor. Tickets are on sale at Sacred Heart Junior-Senior High School office, 230 E. Cloud. Tickets are are $5 in 1 advance or $7 at the door. For more information call 827-4422. Classical works to kick off concert series LINDSBORG — The first performance in the Ling Concert series at Bethany College will be at 3 p.m. Sunday. The concert will feature guest artists Karl Davies, violin; and his wife, Margaret Daly, cello; Chicago; David Arnott, assistant professor of music and Robert Moeling, concert series director and assistant professor of music-piano. . Works by Beethoven, Dvorak and Ravel will be performed. The concert series is co-sponsored by Second Century Fund, Bethany College, Bethany College Music Department, and the Lindsborg Arts Council. Downtown Salina RMeM It's a little bit wild and spicy, with a stampede of flavor won't soon forget, ustle one up soon! Served with sauteed mushroom and your choice of potato. Large Ribeye Refluiar...V8.49(9oz'] 2351 S. 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