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Fort Lauderdale News from Fort Lauderdale, Florida · Page 89

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Friday, June 27, 1980
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20S Fort Lauderdale News, Friday, June 27, 1980 Buehler, Space Transit Planetarium schedules Gazi The Buehler Planetarium, located on the Davie campus of Broward Community College, includes a 40-foot domed chamber which seats 100 persons for both college classes and public shows and a 20-foot chamber for instructing schoolchildren. The planetarium is open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Children's programs, based on grade levels, are presented Monday through Friday by appointment. Arrangements should be made at least two weeks in advance by calling 475-6680. There is no charge for the programs. Regularly scheduled shows for the general public are held each Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday afternoons at 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. In addition, telescope viewing 1 7 .tiram without mirtwtdition ng. 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Cosmic Visitors is showing at the Buehler facility through Sunday. Destination Cygnus, a program about the Northern Cross, will be presented July 3-Sept. 14. The Miami Space Transit Planetarium and Museum, located at 3280 S. Miami Ave., seats 283 persons. The facility is open seven days a week. Children's programs are offered Tuesdays through Fridays at 11 J.m. The presentation, called Summer Star Watch, is a live narration of the sky over Miami during the summer months. Cost is 75 cents for children under 12 years old and $1 for children over 12. The Miami facility offers five other programs for the general public throughout the week. Laser Fusion, a new three-dimensional light show, is presented Thursdays through Saturdays at 8:15 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays at 1:30 p.m. and Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. 40 W . OL' . - K w -1 X .. . SPECIALS -v Classical Laser, a laser show set to classical music, is offered Sundays at 8:15 p.m. Both laser shows cost $3 for adults and $1.50 for children, except on Thursday nights when the charge is $2 and $1 respectively. Springtime With the Cosmos, a look at the end of the world, is presented daily at 12:15 p.m., 2:45 p.m. and 7 p.m. The international award winner, Child of the Cosmos, is presented Mondays through Fridays at 1:30 and 4 p.m. and Mondays through Wednesdays at 8:15 p.m. A special program in Spanish, La Prima vera del Cosmos, is offered Saturdays and Sundays at ,5:30 p.m. Admission for these programs is $2.50 and $1.50. In addition, telescope viewing is available Thursday through Sunday from 7:30 to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m., weather permitting. Groups of 20 or more get a 25 percent discount. For group reservations, call 854-4422. Pam Hildebran zing Continued from preceding page Both Horkheimer and Comes write the majority of their programs, with help from planetarium staff members. With scientific information supplied by the American Astronomy Society and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, they can choose from an unlimited range of topics. "About every two years, I'll write a flying saucer show, Comes said "We have to give UFO shows because the public expects it. While there are differences between the two planetariums, both have similar capabilities. The Buehler facility has the distinction of being the only planetarium with two chambers under one roof. The Miami planetarium contains highly sophisticated computerized electronics systems and won an international award for the program "Child of the Universe." "In the past five years, we've learned more about the solar system and the universe than we have in the past 5,000 years,'' Horkheimer said. 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You're reading this one' Genesis Fort Lauderdale News, Friday, June 27, 1980 21S No concept behind Genesis9 'Duke9 album UJe Sto ck, CARTONS 776-6272 FORT LAUDERDALE By Lynn Van Matre ChiraKit Tribune From its art-rock beginnings more than a decade ago, British band Genesis has commonly been considered to be, among other things, a concept-oriented crew when it comes to record albums A 1969 release by an early version of the band, in (act, tackled everything from "Genesis to Revelation" in an album by that name ("Terribly pretentious," onetime lead singer and co-founder Peter Gabriel later described the effort, which attempted to cover the history of man's evolution in 10 pop songs). Duke, the newest release from the current Genesis lineup, clearly has the look of a concept about it; the cover drawing depicts an oddly stylized chap staring out of an open window at the new moon, while the list of song titles begins with Behind the Lines and closes with Duke's End The wistful cartoon character, one assumes, is Duke, and the album tells his story But according to drummer Phil Collins, who constitutes one-third of the band, the old adage about not judging a book by its cover applies to albums as well at least where Genesis is concerned. "A lot of people think that the bloke on the cover is Duke." Collins agreed in a recent interview, "but it's really not like that. There's no overriding concept. What usually happens with our albums is that the cover kind of jells everything together, and we just happened to want that picture, which was done by a French artist we like. It looks like it could mean something, yeah. But it really doesn't. "Originally when we started this album, we wanted to do a long piece written by the group," explained Collins, who has played with Genesis since 1970, first as drummer and then as drummer and lead singer after former front man Gabriel split for a solo career in 1975. "The working title for that piece was Duke. We ended up splitting up the long piece into sections and interspersing it with solo songs by the three of us, but we ended up keeping the name Duke. We thought of it originally as a working title because there's fanfare on the first and last tracks, and we thought of royalty. But it's very important to get across this duke thing that it's not the duke or the duke of something or some guy's name. "We've always had the reputation for doing concept albums," continued Collins, who appears with Genesis bassist Mike Rutherford and keyboard player Tony Banks in a U.S. tour. (The trio will be augmented by guitarist Daryl Stuermer and drummer Chester Thompson, both of whom also accompanied the band on their last U.S. tour in 1978.) '"Actually, the only thing we've done that really was a concept album since I've been in the band was The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway. Everything else has been purely straight songs," Collins insisted, "but the graphics make them seem like concept albums and people tend to read concepts into them that aren't there. With Trick of the Tail, for instance, the cover art pictured all the characters from the songs in a kind of Dickensian way, and that made it seem as if they were all related. "We do tend to try for a cover that puts the mood of the album across," he continued. "In the past, our covers have been very feminine very passive, with a pastoral feel. Now we feel that the music has a lot more energy and a harder edge to it." Duke, among the current crop of Top 20 albums, marks the band's first release since 1978, when And Then There Were Three sold enough (more than 500,000 units) to earn them their first gold record. Banks and Rutherford both used 1979 to record solo albums, A Curious Feeling and Smallcreep's Day respectively; Collins toured with his "other band," Brand X, sat in on a few Peter Gabriel concert dates, and made plans to record his own solo album later this summer. "What all that meant," Collins explained, "is that when we got together again, everybody had used up all of their solo material, so we really had to do a lot of writing as a group. And that brought back more of the initial energy we used to have in the band." FORT LAUDERDALE NEWS HOME DELIVERY CALL 761-4610 I wmmmmsmmmesm NEW! MCCARTNEY! McCartney ii SPECIAL $4,99 LIST $398 GOOD THRU MON.. JUNE 30 ONLY I CASSETTE & 8 TRACK SAME LOW PRICES NEW! 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