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The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California • Page 57

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Mini Review Theater: City eager to keep groups on site The Sacramento Bee Final Thursday September 9 1993 E5 IKfl (TlOl Pi Don't risk your property or financial future to unqualified attorneys or paralegals I IS YEARS COMBINED EXPERIENCE III OVER 3500 CASES I FREE HOUR CONSULTATION WITH ATTORNEY CaUfor-Free Bankruptcy Pamphlet Reasonable Fees Law Office of WHITE GALE 1510 Arden Way 304 Sacramento BANKRUPTCY LAW CENTER 920-3360 or 1 -800-464-2233 Bee TV Columnist Bob Wisehart looks at a new fall show Show: X-Files" Cast: David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson Time: 9pm Friday on Channel 40 What: A male-female duo of FBI agents tracks cases of phenomena" including flying saucers mind control snatched bodies and electrical malfunctions while struggling with skeptical superiors who believe a word of it plays to the notion that aliens from Out There have a grand old time kidnapping and toying with people who live in the boondocks and our beloved government being upfront about it Chances: At its best offers a mix of seductive atmosphere and paranoid vision a lot of fun At worst slow going with too much in the way of dramatic pauses meaningful glances moody music and not much happening Duchovny and Anderson are the youngest and most attractive FBI agents in TV history But you feel safer when FBI agents looked like Efrem Zimbahst Jr While not bad I still see X-Files" headed for the round file (Advertisement) TV HIGHLIGHTS 8:00 CD Watch Billy Graham PM for HELP WHEN YOUR WORLD FALLS APART SKKIRUTi FREE Estimates TILEREGROUTING replactngfsealing refui-blshingTchangecolOr lthoulimoving old grout Serving the Sacramento Area for years Call the GROUT DOCTOR 91 6484-3774 Iftlcf 664282 Cuddy said "Cun we coexist here? 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Other issues dividing the longtime allies which have rubbed shoulders and shared a box office since Music Circus came to town in 1951 involve maintenance and security costs Perhaps the stickiest issue to he faced in the coming negotiations will he insistence that Music Circus no longer he required to sublease from KTC Although the theater company pays only $1 a month to the city it in turn charged Music Circus $52000 per season under the previous lease Ball said he was alarmed when STC proposed a rate nearly double that for the next lease Kohn said the figure which had been based on industry practice history off the The proposal had been nothing more than an effort to get Ball to the negotiating table the board president said adding that STC had quickly accepted a Music Circus counteroffer of $54000 Ball however has his sights set on a whole new arrangement one in which Music Circus deals directly with the city position is that costs must be he said arguing that Music Circus ticket buyers are in effect subsidizing the Sacramento Theatre Company continue to raise ticket Ball said Both Kohn and the Thomas expressed doubts that maintenance responsibilities and liabilities could be efficiently assigned in an agreement without a lead tenant Ball said he thinks such issues can be easily spelled out Yet all three participants in the negotiations expressed confidence that and the theater concerns can be satisfied They will have to be said the Thomas agreement we reach with the theater company will have to be agreeable with Music the deputy city manager said Leland wants is said Cuddy has to be parity in any healthy relationship I think the difficulties are just basically a breakdown in communication There are ways to work this On at least one point the parties in the negotiations sounded a unanimous note like Music Circus and I want to see it do said Kohn would never do anything to hurt the Sacramento Theatre said the Music Ball For Catalog and Print Work "We specialize in marketing petite models" Call 489-2534 For Appt No Credit? 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