The Paducah Sun from Paducah, Kentucky on February 25, 1994 · 18
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Paducah, Kentucky
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Friday, February 25, 1994
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4B The Paducah Sun Friday, February 25, 1994 LIVE SHOWS U MOVIES TELEVISION U VIDEOS U PLAYS D Stage front Non-professional performances, auditions and like items will be listed on Sunday's 'Coming Up' page. THE DAYMOONi Brelco Theatre, 8 Thursday, $8 advance, $10 at the door, 444-9666 or 442-6852. CABAtfTi Shryock Auditorium, Carbondale, III., 8 Monday, $16.50 & $14.50, 618-453-2787. Fiira BRIGHTNESS! With short film "Zajota and the Boogie Spirit," Paducah Film Society, Market . House Theatre, 141 Kentucky Ave., 7 Sunday, $5 adults, $3 students, 442-7723. FJ1 USIC HIARTLANDt Heartland Country Music Center, Middle Road across from McDonald's in Fulton, 7:30-10:30 Saturday & Tuesday, no alcohol. Al A COMPANY! Dance, Legion Building, downtown Mayfield, 7:30 Saturday, $3. COUNTRY DANCI USSONSt Night Moves Dance Club, Silver Saddle Saloon, Executive Inn, 7-8:30 Tuesday & Thursday, free. Mone of the above SENIOR CITIZIN DANCIi Cherry Civic Center, 2701 Park Ave., 7-11 tonight, $3. OUN SHOWt Mid-America Expo Center, 3200 Irvin Cobb Drive, today-Sunday. ANNIE'S HORSIDRAWN CARRIAGES! 2nd & Broadway, 7 Wednesday-Saturday, $6 adults, $3 children. t the theaters Films opening this weekend. THE PIANO (R)-Holly Hunter stars in writer-director Jane Campion's story of Ada, a mute arranged bride who comes to primitive 1852 New Zealand with her piano and powerfully affects the lives of those around her. 8 SECONDS (PG-1 3) -The title refers to a pretty impressive ride on a bucking bronco. Luke Perry, as rodeo champ Lane Frost, hopes to stay vertical as long as possible in this look at the rough-and-tumble life of the rodeo legend. mm r. m ,Y. ill a-.! A New Comedy from the Creators of "Parenthood and 'City Slickers" MICHAEL J. FOX. KIRK DOUGLAS NANCY TRAVIS OH, SURE THEY'RE TWO-FACED, BACK-STABBING, MONEY-GRUBBING, BUCK-CHASING, BROWN-NOSING, SNIVELING WEASELS. BUT, HEY...TNfYHC FAMILY. Greedy fail 1T11 II Where Uteres a vvillJlieresa relative. IMr.Lr nNTIJTINtLT .BKKNCKWIK,..-.. "tI (H lH Jti Hm.HVKTMW . niBi;m oturacw :rwh nmm m'.wiMjin: xm mm vj;raihii, JSSWfUKRUl H30STUV BSC. KKIittlHtlHIWU ttHM: I'UttU "-;(i;i.l,lilZ(l KXRXKDMAMXJ. ItWSICF Ci.'j -"libKIAMUIR JIWIIIW . fc! iiiksi.iviiki: lllKfflHailfHMjH Bo OMoMOpniAl 4 00PM SU1 HhUwfc 11 i 444-lllJ kpcfc, aance THI BISQUITSi Big Apple Cafe, Puryear, Tenn., 10 miles south of Murray on U.S. 641, 9:30-midnlght, $4. UVI BANDi Rocker's Night Club, Inns USA, 9-2 Tuesday-Saturday. MINIMUM WAOli Dizzie s Lounge, 3535 Clark's River Road, 9-2 tonight & Saturday, no cover. E asy listening OREO MBNKfli J.R.'s Pub, Executive Inn, tonight & Saturday. ISSYt Stacey's supper club, 7:30 to closing Tuesday-Saturday. MEXICAN OUITARi Arroyo Seco Mexican restaurant, 601 S. 6th St., 6-10 Thursday-Saturday. PIANIST DAN COUMANi Oldtown Restaurant & Par, 7 tonight & Saturday, no cover. ALAN NAN RAIDTi Oldtown Restaurant & Bar, 701 Park Ave., 9 tonight, patio open, no cover. PIANIST JODY SEXTONi Patio Dining Room, Executive Inn, 1 Executive Blvd., 5:30 tonight & Saturday, noon Sunday. ountry LORRII MOROANi Executive Inn Showroom, tonight & Saturday, 443-8000. ON STAOI AT DJ'Si Country music & comedy, 330 N. Poplar St. In Benton, 8 Saturday, $6.50, $3.50, reservations 527-3482. CLAY CAMPBELL'S KENTUCKY OPRYs Country music show & talent show with guests Karen Peck & New River, U.S. 641 five miles south of Kentucky Dam, 8 Saturday, $7.50 & $4, reservations, 527-3869. Country music superstar Lome Morgan will perform in the Executive Inn Showroom tonight and Saturday night 1 A1 JV1 1 J II I I SNEAK PREVIEW TOMORROW AT 7:00 THEN STAT OVER AND 8EE REALITY BITES AT 9: 15 I I ViK V I si NICKEL ROSE BANDi Blue Ribbon Lounge, 3350 Irvin Cobb Drive, 9:15-2:30 tonight & Saturday, 9:1 5-1 :30 Monday, Wednesday & Thursday, no cover. RIVER CITY BANDt Sweetwater Saloon, Golconda, III., 8:30 until closing tonight & Saturday, Thursday. BLUE RIVER BANDt Cowboys, 2069 Irvin Cobb Drive, live music 8:30-2 Tuesday-Saturday. lues and jazz ALAN RAIDY A FRIENDSt Blues & soft rock, C.C. Cohen, Broadway at S. 2nd St., 10-2 Saturday, no cover. ftHiahtsvots BIOS HOTZt Ferry Street in Metropolis, III. BOB'S BO Wit 1107 E. 8th St In Metropolis, III., pool, snooker. BOX SEATt In the Quality Inn, 1380 Irvin Cobb Drive, pool tables and darts, Monday through Saturday. BREAKTIME BILUARDSt 301 Murray Ave., across from southside Wal-Mart, nine pool tables, big-screen TV. CAPTAIN AHAB'S PUB: 500 Broadway, pool, darts Tuesday-Saturday. THE DAIRY BAR A GRILLt Metropolis, III., live band tonight & Saturday, no cover. PAST EDDIB'St 323 Ferry St., Metropolis, III., Saturday night karaoke. HILLTOP LOUNGE! Ky. 1241, 10 a.m. -1 a.m. Monday-Saturday, live band tonight & Saturday. MARDI ORAS CAPEi 1952 Lone Oak Road, darts, billiards, 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. Monday through Saturday. MERV'S BAR A GRILLt Merv Griffin Landing, Metropolis, III., 10 a.m.-mldnight tonight & Saturday, 10-9 Sunday-Thursday. MY BROTHER'S BARi 2605 Bridge St., darts, billiards, noon-3 a.m. Monday-Saturday. OAK TREE BAR A GRILLt 2025 Old Cairo Road, big screen TV, pool tables, game machines. PIZZA BY THE POUNDt 600 N. 32nd St., darts, games, 1 1 a.m. to 1 1 p.m. Monday through Saturday. PORT OP CALL CAPEi 128 Broadway, game room, pool table, foosball, darts, video games, big-screen TV, minors welcome. THE RACKi 3390 Park Ave., bil- ; FROM 4:45, '"" His battle to save tho Alaskan wilderness and protect its people, can only be won. I STEVEN u , SEAGAL jS Bt) BH11V fol A WNOIWO.lrW I JJM A TIMi WNIftENTTaTAJ.ulvT(.UMrA., J 4:20,7:25,9:55 SORRY NO 8UPERSAVER3 OR PASSES For a free listing Nv jr ' , - 4 ' --i," '., ' - T . ... ,. . .-.; - ' f ; - - ----- Vt---it . '.it' ' ' ? . ' s - Society features 'Brightness' "Brightness," produced, written and directed by Mali's Souleymane Cisse, is the Paducah Film Society's February feature. The 1987 film will be shown Sunday at 7 p.m. in the Market House Theatre, 141 Kentucky Ave. The film, an African film set in Mali before the Moroccan invasion in the 16th Century, is liards, noon to 3 a.m. RB'S RBC A DANCE PLACBi Clark's River Road, billiards, video games, concessions, dancing tonight & Saturday. SHIRLEY'S BAR A ORILLi 1601 N. 8th St., pool, darts, dance floor, food, 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. Monday-Saturday. SILVER SADDLE SALOONi In the Executive Inn, country dancing. SUDS 'N SPUDS BAR A GRILLt 425 S. 1 6th St., pool & darts, 10 a.m.-3 a.m. Monday-Saturday. TONY'S 3100 BROADWAY! Games, darts, 9 televisions for sporting events, patio garden, Monday through Saturday. Box office opens at 4:00 P.M. Early Bird Admission only $3.25 for all shows starting before 6:00 P.M. THE DIRECTOR OF The sport made him a Legend. His heart made him a Hero. Based on the true story of Lane Frost 7:20, 9:45 In Nightlife, phone 443-1771, Ext. 176 about the battles between a youth on the verge of manhood and his father, a sorcerer. Sunday's opening film is "Zajota & the Boogie Spirit," an animated short film incorporating African dance to tell the history of a nation from harmony through slaveship and emancipation. Admission is $3 for adults, $3 for students. i 1 Friday & Sat. Night Saturday Catfish Dinner $I75 shrimp special $099 iHdmfeiPotototSalBd f 21 Pc Shrimp Dinner Breakfast Served Anytime; Homestyle Plate Lunches; Full Menu Always Available CATERING SERVICE AVAILABLE Your Plac Or Mln Any Slz Group Sunt Ed ITIUIV A tU McDonnell O'Neill ) - s , ' i 4:35 7:30 9:55 SORRY NO SUPERSAVERS OR PASSES Jim Carrey Register to win a "Shock Rock" bike just like the one in the moviel Provided by Precision Bicycle. : When Preston Waters '- ."""v ' ' " sees an opportunity, i k r he takes it. fif" P iflcaoiilli v clpf - ' ' -(-1 fj . ..... . 4:55,7:15,9:25 SORRY NO SUPERSAVERS OR PASSES Check daily TV listings or Extra! for local channels. ; RISE A WALK! THE DENNIS BYRD STORTt Monday night on j Fox. Peter Berg stars as the former New York Jets player who beat the, ; odds against total paralysis after a t devastating game injury. Byrd, the ' j son of an ordained minister from Oklahoma, endured months of ago- nizlng rehabilitation that severely tested his spirit. Kathy Morris plays ' his wife, Angela. Based on his book. ONE WOMAN'S COURAGE! ; Monday night on NBC. Patty Duke . stars in a suspense-thriller about a . woman who is the sole witness to 9 brutal crime, testifies against the suspect and, when he is found not' guilty, becomes his next target. The 1 police lieutenant (James Farentlno) ( assigned to the case tries to stay '. one step ahead of the stalker. But ; ' ultimately the woman must rely on her own resources to stay alive. '' With Margot Kidder. ALSO APPEARING! Kid 'n Play and Zahane on "New America's I Funniest People" (Sunday night on ABC); Tommy Hearns on "Martin" ', (Sunday night on Fox); Tammy -Wynerte and K.T. Oslin on "Evening Shade" (Monday night on CBS); Mr. T on "Blossom" (Monday night on NBC); voices of Jimmy Breslin and Adam West as themselves on "The Critic" (Wednesday night on ABC). CUTTLE &4STLE 1008 Jefferson 442-1979 cTWidtoWfifaducali : JJ. Alfre i J I A Walsh Woodward ' i J 1 l Vi'.', "ft i 4, t M t A " starring in: 1 "H0VL1N6LY FUHMY!" 5:10,7:20,9:30

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