You are on page 1of 28

THE GUIDE A GUIDE TO THE GUIDE

Five Folks
In honor of April Fool’s Day, we asked the question:
“Are you more likely to play an April Fool’s trick or be the victim?”
It’s the Laurel’s Annual

EASTER “Most likely I would play the trick. A

EGG Ages 2-12


good one is to unplug the mouse and
keyboard from someone’s computer.”
HUNT Prizes for all...
Big and Small
Jason Benjamin, 21, Tobyhanna

Saturday, April 9 • 10am


“I’d like to be the player. Definitely.
What’s that classic one where you put a
700-702 3rd Avenue rubber band on the water fountain (to
Health & Rehab at Kingston Kingston • 283-5848 make it spray)?”
Taylor Letourneau, 20, Wilkes-Barre

CHEATERS,
CATARACTS, OR “The player. But we haven’t thought of a
CONTACTS HOUNDING YOU? good one yet. How about a bucket on top
of the door?”
Chris Bartlow, 20, Muncy

“Well, generally I would be the victim.


I’ve survived a few – nothing major.”
Danielle Kern, 27, Lehman Township

“I would be the player. Unless my son


gets me first.”
Reynold Verret, 55, Wilkes-Barre

Attend a FREE Educational Seminar GETTING INTO THE GUIDE CONTACT US


Wed. April 6th – 6:15 pm Wilkes-Barre Office All submissions must be include a contact phone num- FEATURES EDITOR
received two weeks in advance ber and make note of any Sandra Snyder - 831-7383
Learn how you could potentially Eliminate
of the pertinent event. admission or ticket prices or ssnyder@timesleader.com
Contacts - Bifocals - Cataracts E-mailed announcements via note that an event is free.
guide@timesleader.com are We cannot guarantee publi- FEATURES STAFF
preferred, but announcements cation otherwise. Mary Therese Biebel - 829-7283
also can be faxed to 570-829- We welcome listings pho- mbiebel@timesleader.com
5537 or mailed to 15 North tographs.
Main St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711. First preference is given to Sara Pokorny - 829-7127
The Guide provides advance e-mailed high-res JPGs (300 spokorny@timesleader.com
coverage and/or notice for dpi or above) submitted in
24 Months Interest Free Financing events open to the public. compressed format to LISTINGS
Events open only to a specif- guide@timesleader.com. Marian Melnyk
Seating Is Limited ic group of people or after-the- Color prints also can be guide@timesleader.com
Pre-register at www.BucciVision.com fact announcements and pho- submitted by U.S. mail, but we Fax: Attention: The Guide 829-5537
or scan the QR code above tos are published in community are unable to return them.
PAGE 2

news. Please identify all subjects in Advertise: To place a


1-877-DR-BUCCI All announcements must photographs. display ad - 829-7101
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
BILL TARUTIS PHOTO/FOR THE TIMES LEADER

Jeannine Luby, of Scranton, utilizes laughter not only in her stand-up acts, but in the work she does every day to help benefit the
health of others.

By SARA POKORNY Scott Bruce, of Drums, is respon- he said. “Just like anything else, it’s an
spokorny@timesleader.com

D
sible for creating Wise Crackers Com- art form. You have to do things your
id you hear the one about edy Club, perhaps the most widely own way.”
the guy who hosted an recognized comedic venue in the ar- “By the same token, there are
ea. He established the business with things that are 100 percent true all the
Emmy award-winning his wife in 2000. Wise Crackers has time, like the way you construct a
show on PBS? five locations joke, and how
How about the guy who opened throughout the IF YOU GO concise you
state, including What: Up and Coming Comedy Series have to be in
for comedians Chris Rock and Scranton and Where: 4th Floor, Shopland Hall, Scran- your wording.”
Pauly Shore? Wilkes-Barre. ton Cultural Center, Scranton Bruce said
The club When: Saturday, April 16; 7 p.m. cock- that comedy is
Or maybe you’ve heard the one started as a tails and music, 8 p.m. show
a unique art
about the woman who combines Admission: $16
place for What: Grotto Pizza comedy night form, in that
laughter and yoga to achieve bet- Bruce’s wife to Where: Grotto Pizza, Edwardsville it’s incredibly
work and a base When: Saturday, April 23, 10 p.m. audience-dri-
ter health? from where he ven.
These folks aren’t punch lines; could perform on the weekends, keep- “A comedian actually requires re-
they’re the people who carefully ing him closer to his wife and kids. It sponse,” he said. “A band might be
grew into much more. playing at the bar you’re at, and if you
craft them and they’re in our back “It became a place that I could don’t like them you can ignore it and
yard. Northeastern Pennsylvania’s teach comedians at, as well as hold go about what you’re doing. Comedi-
comedy scene is filled with talented open mic nights for up-and-comers,” ans need a direct response and it’s ve-
he said. Bruce teaches classes that ry specific. If people aren’t laughing,
people who travel all over the na- deal with the essentials of comedy.
tion, spreading laughter. “The first rule is there are no rules,” See LAUGHTER, Page 5
PAGE 3
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

Events

PHILHARMONIC
heads to Havana
By MARY THERESE BIEBEL
mbiebel@timesleader.com

I
f warm breezes and palm trees,
The Contra Rebels will play a
high-energy set of old-time and Latin rhythms and rum-fla-
French Canadian tunes for the vored drinks sound good after a
New England Contra Dance
tomorrow at the Church of long, cold winter, friends of the
Christ Uniting in Kingston. Northeastern Pennsylvania Phil-
THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 harmonic invite you to “Lovin’ the
T O 7, 2 0 1 1 Music, A Night in Havana.”
Big Band Society Dinner Dance,
with music by the Fred Bevan “It’s not a pretentious party. It’s full of
Orchestra. Genetti Hotel and Con- fun,” said co-chair Lisa Stoyko of Sha-
vention Center, 77 E. Market St., vertown. The fundraiser, set for April 16
Wilkes-Barre. Tonight with doors at at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, is “a
5:45 and dinner at 6:30. $31. 457-
5009. party for a purpose,” she added.
“It costs $1.5 million to put on a Phil-
Knitting and Crocheting, for all harmonic season and ticket sales only
ages and skill levels. Osterhout take care of about 40 percent of the bud-
Free Library, 71 S. Franklin St., get,” co-chair Marty Toth of Harrisburg
Wilkes-Barre. Saturdays through
April 9, 10:30 a.m. to noon. 823- said. “If we have a full house for every
0156. concert, there’s still 60 percent to take
care of.”
Bowl-a-Thon, a benefit for the “Lovin’ the Music, A Night in Hava-
Mountain Top Relay for Life. na” will be the Philharmonic’s largest
Chacko’s Family Bowling Center,
195 N. Wilkes-Barre Blvd., Wilkes- fund-raiser of the year, said Philhar-
Barre. Saturday, noon to 2 p.m. $12 monic board president Bob Stanley.
includes bowling and shoe rental. And it will live up to its name, Stoyko
Register: 760-3716. said, with lots of Cuban influence evi-
dent in the menu and in some of the
Zumbathon, a fundraiser for the
American Heart Association. Mem-
eclectic music of the Dance Hall Docs
orable Occasions, 268 S. Main St., as well as in some of the more theatrical
Duryea. Saturday, noon to 3 p.m. elements of the evening.
$10. 479-1000. While the co-chairs want to maintain
an air of mystery about certain aspects
Geisinger Gala, the 12th annual
of the gala, they do admit the event will
event to benefit the new women’s
and children’s hospital under con- include an auction during which guests
struction at the Geisinger Wyoming may bid on getaway packages to exotic BILL TARUTIS/TIMES LEADER FILE PHOTO

Valley Medical Center. With a recep- locales. Board president Bob Stanley and his wife, Mina Hailstone-Stanley, attended
tion, open bar, silent and live auc- Also on the block is the chance to be last year’s 1970s-themed fund-raiser for the Philharmonic.
tions, dinner and dancing to the guest conductor of the orchestra at a fu-
music of Which Doctor and Soul.
Westmoreland Club, 59 S. Franklin ture concert, and the opportunity to Guests are encouraged to wear black IF YOU GO
St., Wilkes-Barre. Saturday at 6 have Philharmonic board members tie or “Havana Chic,” which means you
What: ‘Lovin’ the Music: A Night in Hava-
p.m. Black tie optional. $150 per serve you and your guests a dinner are more than welcome to put together, na’
person. 808-3651. cooked by none other than Maestro say, a Carmen Miranda outfit or even a To benefit: Northeastern Pennsylvania
Lawrence Loh. Fidel Castro ensemble. Philharmonic
New England Contra Dance, with
music by the Contra Rebels. “He’s a wonderful cook,” Stanley For last year’s ’70s-themed fundrais- When: April 16 with cocktails at 6 p.m,
Church of Christ Uniting, 190 S. said. er, Stanley recalled, he wore the kind of dinner at 7 p.m, dancing from 8:30 to
Sprague Ave., Kingston. Saturday Speaking of food, the menu on April powder-blue tux many young men 11:30 p.m.
at 7:30 p.m. No partner or previous Where: Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs
16 will include a salad of tropical fruits, sported at proms back in the day.
experience necessary. $9. 333- Tickets: $150 per person, $275 per cou-
a guava-glazed chicken breast and rice “If I can find size-13 powder blue ple, table of 10 with no advertising,
4007.
and beans. It’s relatively simple Cuban- shoes on the East Coast,” he said, “I’m $1300; table of 10 with advertising, $1600
Spring Bingo, sponsored by the style fare, Toth said, but the dessert, he sure other people can put together a Reservation deadline: Thursday
Greater Nanticoke PTA. Warrior promised, will be “over the top.” Castro outfit.” Info: 341-1568 or nepaphil.org
Run Volunteer Fire Company, 316
PAGE 4

See EVENTS, Page 5


THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
on its toes.

Best Bet LAUGHTER


The 44-year-old Wilkes-Barre
resident has been trading on
stand-up humor for 18 years now
and likes to weave ad-libbing in-
Continued from page 3
to his act.
you become a lecturer.” “It keeps every show different,
A lecturer he is not, as Bruce and it challenges me,” he said. “I
has taken his act from coast to have to make sure I have some-
coast, cruises to colleges and thing quick to say back.”
comedy clubs, cracking audienc- “I go at it full throttle. I take “A woman in Kentucky is suing a funeral
es up all along the way. the chance.” home after they respossed her husband’s
He has also appeared on tele- Ohrin believes give-and-take tombstone. What do you do with a
REPOSSESSED TOMBSTONE? Look for
vision, hosting “The Pennsylva- is fun for a crowd. people with the same name and wait for
nia Game” on PBS, a show that “The audience gets to say them to die?”
Easter time is nigh so won an Emmy in 1998. He also things to the comedian that they
- Joe Ohrin
head to the West Pittston has written three books and is probably wouldn’t be able to say used by Jay Leno on The Tonight Show

Library for a free demon- penning a fourth. S. JOHN WILKIN/THE TIMES LEADER in any other setting.”
Another comic who has visit- Comedian Scott Bruce, owner Ohrin has performed from
stration of the 2000-
ed venues across the country, of the Wilkes-Barre Wise coast to coast, was a contribut-
year-old Eastern Europe-
and who Bruce refers to as “a re- Crackers Comedy Club, per- ing writer for “The Tonight
an folk art of “Pysanky,” forms during the Laugh Out
with master pysanky al road warrior,” is Mike Stan- Show with Jay Leno” and did
kiewicz, of Nanticoke. Loud dinner and benefit for the voice work for MTV’s “Celebrity
artist Marianne Lurie. Domestic Violence Service
She’ll discuss the origins The Nanticoke resident broke Deathmatch.”
into the business in 1985 and has Center at Mohegan Sun at He has opened for Chris Rock,
of this egg-decorating Pocono Downs on March 25.
art and offer examples of received the Best of Philly Weird Al Yankovic and Pauly
her work. 200 Exeter award, presented by Philadel- making the mistake that others Shore.
Ave., West Pittston. April phia Magazine. He’s appeared have made,” he said. “I pretty We’ve heard that laughter is
“I got into an argument with my daugh-
2 at 2 p.m. 654-9847. on “Comedy on the Road” with much learned in class what oth- the best medicine, and that’s a ter’s teacher. She called me a jerk.
John Byner on A&E, and has er people learned in the school saying that Jeannine Luby, of Which is upsetting, ’cause my daugh-
worked with Dennis Leary and of hard knocks.” Scranton, puts into practice. ter’s homeschooled.”
Gilbert Godfried. He has willingly settled into Though Luby has dabbled in - Brad Todd
EVENTS One of his fondest memories
is of meeting Bill Hicks, a re-
the role of “clean comic.” “Some-
day, my kids are going to be
stand-up from a young age, she
became serious about it two
Continued from page 4 nowned comic, in New York. watching what I do,” he said. years ago when she founded her
“Not only did I meet him, but The father of three looks to his business, Laugh to Live.
Academy St., Warrior Run. Sunday he was in the back of the room family for inspiration. “I run various programs in or-
with doors at 11 a.m. and games at 1 during my act and pulled me “I deal in observational hu- der to promote laughter and hu-
p.m. $2. 899-0005.
aside afterward to tell me how mor. I talk a lot about being mar- mor in a therapeutic way,” Luby
Monthly Bingo, with door prizes, much he enjoyed it,” Stankiew- ried and being a father, pretty said.
cash prizes and refreshments. St. icz said. “It was amazing to have much what’s in the world around One way she accomplishes
Mary’s Hall, 1030 S. Hanover St., someone that I admire say that me.” this is through laughter yoga.
Nanticoke. Sunday with doors at to me.” He’s performed at Gotham “Jokes aren’t being told during
12:30 p.m. and games at 1:45 p.m.
735-4834. One of the fresher faces on the Comedy Club in New York, it,” she said. “It’s a lot about “After a series of bad dates I’m ready
scene is Brad Todd, 40, of Scran- Catch a Rising Star in New Jer- breathing, deep breathing. to treat dating like it’s a kid’s birthday
game. Blind fold me, spin me around
Step into Spring Fashion Show, ton, who has done stand-up for sey and Chuckles Comedy Club You’re literally chanting the and let me pin the tail on the nearest
with styles from Buka, Dress Barn, seven years. He came into the in Philadelphia, among many words ‘ho, ho, ho’ and ‘ha, ha, jackass.”
Humphrey’s, Shooze, Snooty Fox game knowing very little. others. ha’, which expels a great deal of
and Yuki’s along with hors - Jeannine Luby
d’oeuvres, desserts and a basket “I didn’t even know there was By summer, “New Comedy air.”
raffle. Hosted by Prince of Peace such a thing as an open-mic Revolution 2” will be released, a Laughing can help to ease
Episcopal Church at Appletree night,” he said. “I just knew com- taping Todd participated in pain and release stress, as well as the material she performs on
Terrace, Newberry Estate, off edy was something I wanted to along with four other comedians create a sense of bonding with stage.
Pioneer Avenue, Dallas. Sunday, 1 do.” from around the United States others in the class. “It’s therapeutic many times,”
to 3 p.m. $20. Reservations: 675-
1723. Todd hit every venue he could and Canada. Luby, a stand-up comic who she said. “When you can realize
and further refined his act Meanwhile, sharp wit and an has emceed at the Scranton Cul- the humor and get other people
Lenten Immigration Project: A through Bruce’s classes at Wise- impromptu attitude keep come- tural Center’s Up and Coming to see it as well, you say, ‘Hey, ev-
crackers. dy veteran Joe Ohrin’s audience Comedy Series, finds healing in erything’s going to be fine.’”
See EVENTS, Page 7 “They taught me to avoid

• Family Law • Criminal Law


(Divorce, Custody, Support) (All Criminal Cases)
• Real Estate Law • Business Law
• Estate Law • Personal Injury Law
25 Years Experience
Free Initial Consultation
C.J. Bufalino Law Offices, P.C.
PAGE 5

Pendragon Square, Suite 2B • 165 S. Memorial Highway


279673

Shavertown, PA 18708 (Next To Sheetz) • (570) 696-5660        


 
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

Cheers! Restaurant Review

Local, old-world flavor


By SARA POKORNY
spokorny@timesleader.com

T
he variety of liquor flavors
and mixers make drink-
mixing possibilities end- Did I magically leave Kingston and
less. But what happens when you wind up in Frank Sinatra’s Las Vegas? The
white columns, the fountains, the old-
Chow Chatter
throw beer onto that list? You get world decor? Well-known local chef Biagio
a Raspberry Lambic martini, a It might have been 40 degrees outside, Dente is picking up prizes again,
but the grand entrance to Vanderlyn’s even in his retirement.
blend thought up by the River In late March, Dente, a certified
Restaurant (formerly known as Kazimi’s)
Street Ale House in Pittston. at least made me feel as if I were stepping executive chef from Pittston,
into an exotic climate. received the American Culinary
“The sweetness of the Lambic per-
On an otherwise typical Saturday eve- Federation’s Northeast Region
fectly complements the raspberry vod-
ning, our craving for a rich dining experi- Hermann G. Rusch Chef’s
ka,” said Christian Switzer, a bartender
ence led us here, to where American fine Achievement Award at the 2011
at the Ale House.
dining meets Mediterranean cuisine. ACF Northeast Regional Confer-
Lambic is a unique style of beer pro-
You’ll either find the familiar – New York ence in Columbus, Ohio.
duced only in a small region of Belgi-
Strip Steak St. John – or, like us, sheepish- “Hermann was a friend of mine,
um.
ly ask the waitstaff how to pronounce and I am humbled and eternally
Lambic is brewed in open vats where
“Fatayer B’Sbanigh.” grateful for this award,” Dente
wild yeast and bacteria can take hold. CLARK VAN ORDEN/THE TIMES LEADER
We started with the Boursin & Spinach said in a press release. In 1959,
It’s then stored in barrels and left to age Vanderlyn’s Restaurant is on Schuyler
Crab Dip ($12), a nice-size portion of Dente began his own business,
for up to three years. The Avenue in Kingston.
sweet crab, baby spinach, tomatoes Dente’s Catering Service, which
result is a clou-
and herbs combined with a IF YOU GO he operated until he retired in
dy, sour beer.
blend of rich cheeses and baked 2001 and then transferred own-
In a fruit-fla-
vored ver- until piping hot. I dove into this, What: Vanderlyn’s Restaurant ership to his son.
Where: 239 Schuyler Ave., Kingston
sion, the fruit relished in the rich flavor and
Call: 283-6260
serves to balance the warmth and dove back in again. Our Credit Cards? Yes
sour taste with sweeter only wish was for more bread. We ran Handicapped accessible? Yes didn’t waste any time before ordering the
notes. If you find yourself out despite the huge dollops of dip we Online: www.vanderlyns.com Peanut Butter Bomb ($6), which was
wanting more than one Lam- scooped on top. peanut-butter ice cream with a caramel
bic martini, purchasing a bot- For a taste of something a little more center dipped in milk chocolate and driz-
tle of the Raspberry Lambic Mediterranean, we opted for the Fatayer sound overpowering, but they blended zled with more chocolate and caramel.
could be beneficial. B’Sbanigh ($5), three large pastries baked nicely. We would have liked a little less Think of a Nestle Drumstick without the
“You can get about seven or and filled with spinach and onion. The balsamic vinaigrette, however. The leaves cone or nuts and multiply it by 20. The ice
eight martinis out of one bot- dough had a nice flavor, but the filling was were a bit drenched, and the vinaigrette cream was smooth, the chocolate creamy,
tle,” Switzer said. The bottle bland at times with occasional hints of overpowered. the whole dessert rich and delicious.
costs $8.50. The crimson con- spices if you hit the right bite. We ended And speaking of salads, the Tableside “Give us 12 minutes,” the waiter said,
coction is tart, but tasty, up using the remaining pastries for the Caesar salad for two ($14) was a popular which meant these desserts were made to
with very little hint of al- leftover crab dip. dish. At least three tables ordered the order and worth the wait.
cohol in it. Don’t be We had a hard time picking just salad in which a member of the waitstaff, When my date’s banana cake ($6) ar-
fooled, though, because two appetizers, so we went with or, if you’re lucky enough, the chef pre- rived, we gobbled it up. A homemade thin
it packs quite a punch. three. Our third and final was the Porta- pares the dish tableside. layer of moist cobbler-esque cake was
bella Salsiccia ($10), marinated portabella For our main course, the specials sound- topped with bananas, butter-pecan ice
Raspberry Lambic martini mushrooms filled with Italian-style veal ed too good to pass up. I ordered the Es- cream and sugar the chef had torched to a
Bartender: Christian Switzer, River sausage and vegetables, baked and topped presso Filet ($34), paired with grilled golden caramel color. My date sang the
Street Ale House, Pittston with imported provolone cheese and ma- asparagus and carrots and garlic potato praises of this cake all the way home and
Price: $7.50 rinara sauce. This was a lovely display of croquettes. The sauce drizzled over the is still talking about it.
Pour Raspberry Smirnoff vodka, Tri- color with an even lovelier taste. The steak and vegetables was divine, with a The staff was friendly and gracious, and
ple Sec, and a dash of lime into shaker, sausage was wonderfully spiced and the subtle, sweet hint of espresso. It made my it’s worth noting that one table not so keen
shake thoroughly. cheese perfectly melted. While I dove into perfectly cooked filet very happy.The on how busy the place was became angry
Add a dash of Raspberry Lambic, the crab dip, my date dove into the mush- asparagus was a tad over-done but still and impatient but, with one complaint,
give one or two more shakes. rooms, which gave him instant gratifica- tasty, and the carrots were a perfect com- was taken care of like family.
Pour into martini glass and garnish tion.We tried, unsuccessfully, not to fill up bination of soft and crisp. I’d like for the lights to have been a little
with a lime. on appetizers, but with so much lovely The breading on the croquettes mixed dimmer and to have seen some slightly
••• food already on our table, plus compli- with the rich flavor of the garlic mashed updated décor – new chairs and tables
Speaking of complementary combi- mentary rolls, pita bread and homemade potatoes was a bit much but also still maybe – but the parties that lingered for
nations, Jack Daniel’s has decided to try hummus, we were stuffed after the first tasty. two hours as we did seemed to have a
its hand at infusing flavor into its whis- course. My date ordered the Tasmanian Salmon wonderful time and meals.
key. The company is showing its softer But this night was about overindul- ($32). This sushi-grade salmon was I might even come back for a drink at
side by releasing Tennessee Honey gence, we’d already decided, and how cooked to order and served underneath a the bar. The beautiful, intimate space was
whiskey, the first new product in al- filling could a salad be? lovely white wine, orange and honey sauce serving what looked like fabulous drinks.
most a generation. The new drink will When it comes with Mandarin oranges, and paired with oven-roasted mushrooms Even the 80-year-old woman at the next
meld the Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 with tomato, toasted coconut and candied and garlic mashed potatoes. He could table couldn’t resist a vodka martini.
honey liqueur, making for a smoother, pecans, you might be inclined to eat it all. have taken or left the sides but raved “I’m drunk,” she smiled, taking another
sweeter version of Jack that will be 70- “I love fruit in salad,” my date said of about the salmon. sip and raising a glass to the staff.
PAGE 6

proof. The honey whiskey is set to hit the Vanderlyn’s Salad ($7), and I’ll second Were we done? Oh, no. After a nice
shelves this month. that. The pecans, coconut and oranges coffee break, we were headed to dessert. I Times Leader food critics remain anonymous.
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
EVENTS
“Kings of Pastry,” “Vision: The
Hildegarde von Bingen Story,”
“The Way Back,” “A Somewhat
Gentle Man,” “Barney’s Version,”
Tourney statistics hard to predict
P
Continued from page 5

AT THE TABLE
“Casino Jack,” “The Illusionist,” LAINS TWP. – How long proaching 80 percent elimina-
Call for Justice, a talk by Rod “Of Gods and Men,” “Even the
Gereda, facilitator for the In-
does the tournament last? tions. Regular tournaments are
Rain” and “Biutiful.” Opens April 8 The question many at 79.4, and big-stack events are
terfaith Resource Center for with a Gala Night of hors
Peace and Justice, who will dis- newcomers to multitable-tour- TOM ROBINSON at 78.2.
d’oeuvres, wine, two films and
cuss his experiences with im- desserts. Continues through April nament poker ask is nearly It’s tougher to measure from
migrants. St. Therese Church, 64 21 at the Dietrich Theater, 60 E. impossible to answer. AT THE TABLE there because so many events
Davis St., Shavertown. Sunday at Even past results will not help
2 p.m. Free. 696-1144.
Tioga St., Tunkhannock. 996-1500 For the week of March 14-20: chop, and the $8,000-chip
or dietrichtheater.com. determine how aggressive play- Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs events would seem to be even
An Evening of Fine Food and ers are going to be in the early Wagers more likely to end that way
Wine. Enjoy gourmet cuisine, Race for Wishes, an evening of stages, how the cards will fall in Week: $63,913,125.03
racing to benefit the Make-a-Wish because chip stacks are not
decadent desserts and a variety all-in situations and how likely Fiscal year to date: always different enough to have
of wines offered by regional res- Foundation. With entertainment,
the survivors are to cut the $2,030,795,713.71
taurants while moving through raffles, auction and prizes for best players wanting to fight out the
tournament short by making a Payouts
the rooms of the Scranton Cultur- “derby” attire. Mohegan Sun difference in prize money for
Week: $57,382,968.81
al Center, 420 N. Washington Ave., Casino at Pocono Downs, 1280 deal and chopping the remain- each place on the prize ladder.
Fiscal year to date:
Scranton. Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Route 315, Plains. April 8, 7 to 10 ing prize money. $1,827,528,182.97 If all tournaments were
$100 patrons, $85 guests. 346- p.m. $85. Reservations: 696-9474 Our statistical analysis of 34
or wishgreaterpa.org. Mount Airy Casino & Resort played to conclusion, the as-
7369. Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs Wagers sumption has to be that big-
Hillside Farms Mooseum Grand tournaments in the current Week: $38,463,595.25 stack tournaments would again
The Pancoast Mine Disaster, a Fiscal year to date:
commemoration of the 100th Opening, a mini-festival with blind structure – 17 with start- move more slowly. That’s be-
tours of the farm and new mu- ing stacks of $8,000 in tourna- $1,300,169,906.62
anniversary of the disastrous fire cause with 80 percent of the
seum, live music, food and chil- ment chips and 17 with starting SOURCE: PENNSYLVANIA
that claimed 73 lives in Throop. field eliminated and blinds now
Included: photographs, books and dren’s activities. The “Mooseum,” GAMING CONTROL BOARD
stacks of $12,000 in tournament
period documents. Anthracite completed by this year’s Lead- at 1500 and 3000, the average
chips – gives an indication of
Heritage Museum, 22 Bald Moun- ership Wilkes-Barre class, spot- player in a normal tournament
how quickly players can expect
tain Road, Scranton. Sunday at lights antique carriages, vintage has just 13 big blinds remaining.
2:30 p.m. 963-4804. farm equipment, Americana a thinned field.
entries are closed, 7.7 percent of In a big stack, the average play-
household items and Conyngham As expected, there are some
players have been eliminated er still has 20 big blinds.
World Affairs Luncheon Seminar family relics. The Lands at Hillside, distinct differences in how tour-
on “Facing Disasters in the Middle from a regular tournament but Players tend to make a much
65 Hillside Road, Trucksville. April naments play depending on how
East: Are There Only Bad Op- 9, noon to 4 p.m. Free. 472-8843. many chips players have to just 3.1 percent from a big-stack larger percentage of their wa-
tions?” with Stephen Kinzer,
start. (Technically the tourna- ($12,000-chip) event. gers all-in bets once they get
author and Boston College profes- Blast from the Past, with the At the first break, between down to about 10 big blinds,
sor. Presented by the Schemel Poets, Frankie & the Corvettes, a
ments involve $6,000 and
Forum at Redington Hall, 1120 $10,000 in starting chips, but Levels 4 and 5, 1:20 into play, meaning action can be expected
tribute to the Everly Brothers by the regular tournaments have to speed up significantly.
Linden St., University of Scranton. Dick & Tom, oldies and doo-wop the dealer add-on taken by the
Tuesday at noon. $20. 941-4089. by the Paramounts and the For- vast majority of the field adds wiped out 27.5 percent of the Those looking for another
tunes and a tribute to female $2,000 in chips in each case.) field compared with 15.3 per- edge to improve their results
Retirement Fundamentals, a free singing legends by Dani-elle. St. cent in the big-stack events. should analyze the difference in
financial seminar at the West In an $8,000-chip tournament,
Mary’s Center, 320 Mifflin Ave., on average, half of the field is At the second break, between their results between $8,000-
Pittston Library, 200 Exeter Ave., Scranton. April 9 with dinner at 6
West Pittston. Wednesday at 6 gone early in Level 8, just past Levels 8 and 9, 2:50 into the chip and $12,000-chip events
p.m. followed by dancing 7 to 11:30
p.m. Reservations: 654-9847. p.m. $37.50. Reservations: 343- the two-and-a-half-hour mark. event, regular tournaments have because certain playing styles
5151. In a $12,000-chip tournament, knocked out 67.4 percent, com- lend themselves more to slower
Thursday Talks: Home and Gar- pared with 47.0 percent in a and faster tournaments. My
den, with Paul Epsom of WNEP-
on average, the midway point in
TV’s “Home and Backyard” and
A Night with the Stars, the 9th eliminations is not reached until big-stack event. results have me 1.5 times more
PBS’s “The Victory Garden.” Also: annual gala with music, dinner, late in Level 10, after the three- By the third break, between likely to make money in a big-
silent auction, celebrity look-alikes Levels 12 and 13, 4:20 in, both stack event than a regular one at
appraisals on antique items by
and dancing to raise funds for the
and-a-half hour mark.
Savo Auctioneers. Scranton Cul- Surprising enough, the tour- tournament structures are ap- this point.
tural Center, 420 N. Washington Family Service Association. Music
by the Mark Mack Orchestra. naments equal out in terms of
Ave., Scranton. Thursday with
Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, remaining players around Level
cocktails at 6 p.m. and event at 7
p.m. $6. 800-745-3000. 1280 Highway 315, Plains. April 9 13 before the smaller-chip-stack CURRYS ®
A Holiday Tradition
at 6 p.m. $100. Reservations:
823-5144.
events speed up again late.
By the start of Level 3, when
DONUTS FETCH’S
FUTURE
3 DONUTS 1 - 12 oz. Kielbassi Shop
Spring Film Festival, 14 days of
FOR COFFEE &
Now Open
Fishing Creek Players DONUT
foreign, independent and art films -OR-
including “Potiche (Trophy Wife),”
“The Company Men,” “The Leg-
$1.00 $1.00 180 Wyoming Ave., Wyoming
693-3069 • CALL TODAY!
end of Pale Male,” “Rabbit Hole,”
“Another Year,” “Blue Valentine,” presents at participating locations with this coupon. 1 coupon per customer
Expires 4/30/11 TUES.-SAT., 10am-6pm

“The Curious Savage”


A ffordable By John Patrick
Expert Hardscaping
R oofing C o. Call Now For Spring Projects
Since 1992

√ Residential & Commercial Roofing


A tender comedy the whole family will enjoy.
Stone Walls
√ Leak Detection & Repair
√ Gutter Clean Out & Guards
April 1 and 2 at 7 pm Stone Walks Fully Insured
Stone Patios
√ Chimney & Skylight Repairs
√ HIC #PA 9937 & Insured
April 3 at 2 pm Brick Pavers
Free Estimates
Design & Installation
NO JOB TOO SMALL Benton Community Center Garden Ponds
Call Anytime Rock Gardens 570-262-6212
$10 at the door Landscape Lighting
PAGE 7

570-579-6869 Serving Luzerne County


PA License # PA 009937 570-925-0163 for additional details Raised Planting Beds and More! PA Registered Contractor PA019927
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

ONGOING EXHIBITS

John & Yoko: A New York Love


Best Bet
Story, 50 photographs of John
Lennon and Yoko Ono taken in
1980 by Allan Tannenbaum.
Through Monday at the Everhart
Museum, 1901 Mulberry St., Nay
Aug Park, Scranton. Monday,
Thursday and Friday, noon to 4
p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.;
Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. 346-7186.

Exhibits Suzanne Maria Rossetti Memorial


Juried Art Exhibit, works in vari-
ous media by area high-school
THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 students. Through Wednesday at
T O 7, 2 0 1 1 the Schulman Gallery, Luzerne
County Community College, 1333 S.
Art of Bob Schmitz, vibrant works Prospect St., Nanticoke. Monday
in acrylic and oil. Opens tonight through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
with a reception from 5 to 8, with The Suraci Gallery at
675-5094.
jazz guitarist Michael Koehler and Marywood University
Harrisburg performers Clarissa and Elise Wagner: A Decade in Paint- will open two exhibits
Henrick Karlsson. Through April 30 ing, works by the American painter Saturday afternoon.
at Bakehouse Bakery & Café, 152 using the medium of encaustic to
United Penn Plaza, Kingston. Mon- “Honey: Female Per-
explore the relationship between
day through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to science and art with symbols found
spectives” spotlights
8:30 p.m.; Saturday, 6:30 a.m. to in astronomy, alchemy and meteo- This colorful watercolor by Lorraine Petyo Elias titled ‘Zebra’ is works by Noel Anderson-
7:30 p.m.; Sunday, 6:30 a.m. to part of a group exhibit of paintings and photography at her Wilkes-
rology. Through May 22 with an Corwin, Gina Rice and
6:30 p.m. 714-2253. artist’s reception April 8, 5 to 7 Barre studio through April 10. Sarah Schimeneck and
p.m. Sordoni Art Gallery, 150 S.
Student Exhibition, the 25th River St., Wilkes University, Wilkes- explores body image,
annual juried show with a wide Barre. Open daily, noon to 4:30 Petyo Elias Studio, 198 Brown St., of American Ornamental Penman- pressure to conform to
variety of media. Opens tonight p.m. 408-4325. Wilkes-Barre. Thursdays through ship by renowned master penmen.
with a reception 6 to 8. Continues Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. 947-9275. Through April 18 at the Weinberg
gender stereotypes and
through April 15 at the Hope Horn Memorial Library, 900 Mulberry rituals women develop
Creative Trash, paintings and
Gallery, Fourth Floor of Hyland sculpture made from recycled Art Exhibit, drawings and paint- St., University of Scranton. Monday as coping mechanisms.
Hall, University of Scranton. Sun- cardboard, paper, plastic and bro- ings by internationally known artist through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 11:30 “[Dis]Place” by Kayla
day through Friday, noon to 4 p.m.; ken electronics by Western Wayne and author Nathan Goldstein and p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Sat-
Wednesday, 6 to 8 p.m. 941-4214. his wife, Harriet Fishman. Through urday, noon to 8 p.m.; Sunday, Cady addresses the
High School students. Through fallout from the regional
April 8 at the Lackawanna College April 29 with a Gallery Talk April 14 noon to 11:30 p.m. 941-6341.
Youth Art Exhibit, works by tal- Environmental Institute, 10 Moffat at 12:30 p.m. and a reception April coal industry. The exhib-
ented young people ages 13 to 26. Drive, Covington Township. Open 15, 6 to 8 p.m. Linder Gallery, Keys- Luzerne County Women in Pastel its open Saturday with a
Opens tonight with a reception 7 to Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 tone College, La Plume. Monday Invitational, works by Georgiana
9 with live music and creative through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 10 Cray Bart, Anna Ostapiw, Mary reception from 2 to 5
p.m. 842-1506.
foods by young culinary artists p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Louise Steinberg, Tobi Balin Gross- p.m. and continue
from the Career Center. Continues Group Art Exhibit, by Lorraine Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 4 man, Shirley Trievel, Alice Laputka, through April 30 at Ma-
Saturday, 2 to 6 p.m.; April 9 and Petyo Elias, Bonnie Coveleski, to 10 p.m. 945-8461. Liz Bignel Plashinski and Natalia rywood University, 2300
10, 2 to 4 p.m. Hazleton Art League, Darren Elias, Betsy Havira, Char- Kerr. Also: watercolors and works
225 E. Broad St., Hazleton. 454- Ornamental Penmanship, the Adams Ave., Scranton.
lotte Kindler and Bonnie Mattick.
2982. Through April 10 at the Lorraine extensive Zaner-Bloser Collection
See EXHIBITS, Page 10

D o n ’t w a it fo r g a s p r ice s
t o r e a ch $ 5 .0 0 / g a llo n
G e t yo u r V E SP A n o w a n d SA V E $ $ $ a t
TE A M E F F O RT C Y C L E
12 80 Sa nsSouciPk w y
H a noverTw p,Pa .1870 6
PAGE 8

570 -82 5-4581 w w w .tea m effortcycle.com


THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
Mountain Top. Sunday at 2 p.m. $5,
Notes on Music $3 students. Benefits the Mountain
Top Relay for Life. 474-6782.

Duo delivers hypnotic tunes Simply Grand Concert, with the


Gabriel Chamber Ensemble per-
forming at WVIA-TV’s Sordoni
High-Definition Theater, 100 WVIA
By SARA POKORNY
spokorny@timesleader.com
Way, Pittston. Sunday at 3 p.m.
Free but reservations required.
The Crimson Lion Coffee & 655-2808.
Hookah Lounge, on East South
Street in Wilkes-Barre, will host
the musical stylings of Moun-
Concerts Lenten Concert, by the Catholic
Choral Society. St. Andrew’s
Church, 316 Parrish St., Wilkes-
tains on Sunday at 7 p.m. THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 Barre. Sunday at 4 p.m. Free. 954-
Mountains is Brooklyn-based T O 7, 2 0 11 1242.
duo Brendon Anderegg and Randy Travis, the country chart-
Koen Holtkamp, who use an ar- topper and actor. Penn’s Peak, 325 In Concert, the 32-member Man-
ray of instruments and electron- Maury Road, Jim Thorpe. Tonight hattan School of Music Brass Or-
at 8. $44, $39. 866-605-7325. chestra with the University of
ics to accomplish their signature Scranton Singers. Houlihan-
sound. McLean Center, Jefferson Avenue
Live Wire, the New York AC/DC
“Our sound is very medita- tribute band with Beautiful Day,
and Mulberry Street, University of
tive,” Anderegg said. “It’s more Scranton. Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Free.
re-creating a U2 concert. Penn’s 941-7624.
hypnotic than relaxing.” Peak, 325 Maury Road, Jim Thorpe.
The two have known each oth- Saturday at 8 p.m. $20 advance, Homegrown Music Concert, with
er since they were young and $25 day of show. 866-605-7325. the blues-rooted Blind Chitlin
ended up attending school to- Kahunas and singer-songwriter
Choral Society of Northeast Charles Havira. Sordoni High-
gether in Chicago. They worked Pennsylvania, the Symphonic
solo for a while, but decided to Definition Theater, WVIA Studios,
Chorus performing Gabriel Faure’s 100 WVIA Way, Pittston. Monday at
join forces in 2003. Brendon Anderegg and Koen Holtkamp are the duo that make up “Requiem” and Morten Lauridsen’s 8 p.m. Reserve free tickets at
Their latest release is Air Mu- musical group Mountains. They play at the Crimson Lion Lounge
“Lux Aeterna.” Joined by the 655-2808.
seum, their first studio-recorded Bloomsburg University Concert
in Wilkes-Barre on Sunday. Choir and Chamber Orchestra. St.
album. Firefall, Poco and Pure Prairie
Luke’s Episcopal Church, 232 League, an evening of hits by three
“This was the first we record- ••• Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Saturday of the most popular pop-rock and
ed in a studio, as opposed to our The Skull Defekts and Zomes at 8 p.m. $15, $12 seniors and stu- country-rock groups of the 1970s
apartment or some other space,” will play at Embassy Vinyl, on dents. 343-6707 or choralsociety- and ’80s. F.M. Kirby Center, Public
Holtkamp said. Adams Avenue in Scranton, on .net. Square, Wilkes-Barre. Thursday at
Their non-traditional ap- Wednesday with doors opening at 7:30 p.m. $40, $30. 826-1100.
7 p.m. and the show starting at 8. Annual Jazz Festival, with the
proach to composition results in
Crestwood High School Jazz En- Mike Posner, the hip-hop and R&B
a layering of sounds. Tickets are $8. semble along with other area jazz singer-songwriter (“Cooler Than
“We generally start out with Zomes is the solo project of bands. Also: food, desserts and Me”). Sherman Theater, 524 Main
improvisation, then find the Asa Osborne, guitarist of the ve- basket raffles. Crestwood High St., Stroudsburg. Thursday at 8
quality of sound that we like and ry highly regarded Lungfish. School, 281 S. Mountain Blvd., p.m. 420-2808.
develop that,” Holtkamp said. “Earth Grid,” Zomes second al-
Asa Osborne, of Lungfish, is
Unique to Air Museum, this
LP is a marriage of acoustic in-
struments and electronics on
bum since 2008’s Holy Moun-
tain, is due out April 12.
“Earth Grid” is an intentionally
currently on tour with his solo
project, Zomes. He’ll play at
Best Bet
Embassy Vinyl on Wednesday.
which you can find acoustic and primitive recording put together
electric guitar, accordion, bass, at home on cassette tape. It con- •••
cello, and piano. sists of looped percussion and key- Two local bands are celebrat-
“To achieve the sound we board melodies that stumble over ing anniversaries this weekend.
wanted we used some guitar one another to create a drone. The Jeanne Zano Band will hold
pedals, synthesizers, modular Touring with Zomes is The a second anniversary bash at 9
synthesis equipment,” Ande- Skull Defekts, who just released p.m. Saturday at Bar on Oak in
regg said. The pair also has rock record “Peer Amid.” The Pittston with special guests
amped up an aspect of the live Swedish band consists of Hen- K2O and Eddie Appnel. There
show. They created a patch that rik Rylander on drums and elec- will also be T-shirt and CD give-
will allow their electronics to sync tronics; Joachim Nordwall on aways. The former Flaxy Mor-
at various times. guitar, vocals, and analog gan member launched her own
“We’re using control voltage,” synths; Jean-Louis Huhta on country band two years ago that
Holtkamp said. “Basically, if I do percussion, effects, and elec- includes Mike Dantone on bass, Monday is traditionally the night Broadway theaters are
something with my electronics, tronics; Daniel Fagerstroem on Dennis Chabala on lead guitar, “dark” – which gives a group of musical stars the oppor-
it can affect Brendan’s sound as guitar, vocals, and electronics; Diamond Dave Baratta on steel tunity to head to Scranton’s Electric Theatre and spend
well.” and Daniel Higgs on vocals and guitar, fiddle and mandolin, and their day off “Celebrating Sondheim.” Thom Christopher
As for the music itself, it can various instruments, who is the Joe Partash on drums. Warren (“The Lion King”), Annalisa Ledson and Erin
be described in no other way but newest member of the band. On the same night at Rox 52 Maguire (“101 Dalmatians”), Rose Pedone and Loni Acker-
gorgeous. The multiple layers The Skull Defekts formed in in Plymouth, Cool Ride will cel- man (“Evita”), Sara Sheperd (“Legally Blonde”) and
and blurred boundaries between 2005, and are a beacon in the ex- ebrate five years of being to- many more will perform songs from composer Stephen
acoustic and electronics leave perimental Swedish rock scene. gether. Touted as NEPA’s ulti- Sondheim’s Broadway hits including “Into the Woods”
you lost in the sound, immersed Based in classic rock, the band mate party band, the quartet and “A Little Night Music” to benefit the theater at 326
in rhythmic beats. also infuses notes of tribal mu- consists of Darren Hall on per- Spruce St., Scranton. The performance is set for 7:30
Mascara and Aris Rutkoski, sic, drone, and Indian ragas, cussion, Doug Hall on bass, Bill p.m. Monday. $50, $45 seniors and students with a free
performing as Kerubic Prayer among other sounds from nu- Fitt on lead guitar, and Lloyd post-show party included. 558-1515.
PAGE 9

Formula, will also play that merous other musical back- Smith on saxophone and key-
night. grounds. board.
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

ians, an indoor and outdoor pro- 477-5282.


gram for ages 6 and older. Ne-

Best Bet
scopeck State Park, 1137 Honey Breakfast with the Bunny. Graf
Hole Road, Drums. Sunday at 1:30 Community Room, Allied Services,
p.m. Free. Registration: 403-2006. Moffat Drive, Scranton. April 9 at 9
a.m. $6. Bring a camera for photo
Can a little wooden puppet named “Pinocchio” learn Preschool Storytime, for ages 3 to ops. 348-1398.
to prove himself “brave, truthful and unselfish?” And 5 with age-appropriate stories,
become a real boy? Follow his encounters with a songs, activities and free play. Easter Egg Hunt and Brunch with
host of unsavory characters at the Music Box Play- Pittston Memorial Library, 47 the Easter Bunny, with profession-

Kids
Broad St., Pittston. Tuesdays al photo ops. Banks Student Life
house, 196 Hughes St., Swoyersville, this weekend. Center, Misericordia University, 301
through April 26 at 1 p.m. 654-
Shows are set for 6 p.m. Friday, 1 and 5 p.m. Saturday 9565. Lake St., Dallas. April 9 with brunch
and 1 p.m. Sunday. $10 per adult and child includes a at 10 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. and hunt at
THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 11 a.m. $10, $5 children. Reserva-
McDonald’s Fun Meal. 283-2195. T O 7, 2 0 11 Toddler Storytime, for ages 2 to
3.5. Osterhout Free Library, 71 S. tions: 674-6719.
Pre-School Storytime, with story- Franklin St., Wilkes-Barre. Wednes-
telling, crafts and snacks for ages 3 days through April 27 at 10 and 11 Minute to Win It, fun challenges to
to 5. Wyoming Free Library, 358 a.m.; Saturdays through April 30 at be completed in one minute. Open
Wyoming Ave., Wyoming. Fridays 10 a.m. Registration: 823-0156. to students from kindergarten to
through May 13 (except April 22) sixth grade. Marian Sutherland
from 11 a.m. to noon. Registration: Toddler Time, for 18 months to age Kirby Library, 35 Kirby Ave., Moun-
693-1364. tain Top. April 9 at 10 a.m. Reserva-
3 with age-appropriate stories,
tions: 474-9313.
songs, activities and free play.
Afterschool Bullying Program, for Pittston Memorial Library, 47
children, parents and grandpar- Saturday Family Movie Day:
Broad St., Pittston. Wednesdays
ents. Moosic Youth Center, 606 Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland.”
through April 27 at 10:30 a.m. and 1 Wyoming Free Library, 358 Wyom-
Main St., Moosic. Tonight, 4 to 5.
p.m. 654-9565. ing Ave., Wyoming. April 9 at noon.
Free. 457-8450.
Popcorn and soda provided. Free
Birds: Our Feathered Friends, Natural Wonders: Signs of Spring, but registration required as space
learning about avian habits with a for ages 3 to 5. A walk along the is limited. 693-1364.
live kestrel, screech owl and other trails to discover buds, animal
specimens. Wild Birds Unlimited, tracks and signs of new life. Lacka- Disney’s Imagination Movers,
Dallas Shopping Center, off Route wanna College Environmental rock-’n’-roll blends with educational
309, Dallas. Saturday at 11 a.m. Free. Institute, 10 Moffat Drive, Covington fun with an emphasis on positive
675-9900. Township. Thursday, 1 to 2:30 p.m. male role models and creative
Registration: 842-1506. problem solving. F.M. Kirby Center,
Saturday Family Movie Day: Public Square, Wilkes-Barre. April 9
“Tangled,” Disney’s animated FUTURE at 1:30 and 4:30 p.m. $34, $24, $20.
movie about the long-haired Ra- 826-1100.
punzel. Wyoming Free Library, 358 Benefit Breakfast with the Easter
Wyoming Ave., Wyoming. Saturday Bunny, a fundraiser for Marissa Breakfast Buffet with the Easter
at noon. Popcorn and soda provid- Wilcox, who was born with a rare Bunny, along with a Chinese auc-
Kevin Costley and Ronnie Ziomek star in ‘Pinocchio’ ed. Free but registration required liver disorder. Applebee’s, 253 tion. Pond Hill-Lily Lake Fire Com-
at the Music Box Playhouse in Swoyersville. as space is limited. 693-1364. Wilkes-Barre Township Blvd., pany, 344 Pond Hill Mountain
Wilkes-Barre. April 9, 8 to 10 a.m. Road, Wapwallopen. April 10, 9 a.m.
Just for Kids: Amazing Amphib- $7. Photo ops available at $5. to noon. 379-2204.

EXHIBITS Jernberg and Kelly Olszyk in-


cluding landscapes and mixed
With Bullets Singing All Around
Me, a show exploring regional
Through July 17 at the Everhart
Museum, 1901 Mulberry St., Nay
p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. $5, $3
Continued from page 8 media. Through May 7 at Marquis stories of the Civil War including Aug Park, Scranton. Monday, seniors, $2 children. 346-7186.
Art & Frame, 122 S. Main St., Wilkes- items owned by museum founder Thursday and Friday, noon to 4
Barre. Monday through Saturday, 11 Dr. Isaiah Everhart who served as a
on canvas by Alice Welsh Jenkins. a.m. to 5 p.m. 823-0518. field surgeon with the 8th Penn-
Through April 20 at the Pauly sylvania Cavalry. Through July 17 at
Friedman Gallery, Misericordia Thousands Are Sailing: The Irish the Everhart Museum, 1901 Mulber-
University, 301 Lake St., Dallas. in Luzerne County, photographs, ry St., Nay Aug Park, Scranton.
Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. documents and stories tracing the Monday, Thursday and Friday, noon
to 8 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Irish immigrant experience in- to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 550 Zenith Rd.
Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5 p.m. Nescopeck, PA. 18635
674-6250.
cluding cultural and fraternal
organizations which keep the Irish
p.m. Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. $5, $3
seniors, $2 children. 346-7186. Country Folk’s (570) 379-3176
www.countryfolk-gifts.com
heritage alive. Through May 28 at Announcing Country Folk’s Spring Furniture & Rug Sale
Face to Face: Interface, contem- the Luzerne County Historical Medic in Action: Caring for the “April Fools’ Day” 4/1 - “Tax Day” 4/15
porary portraiture of the Northeast Society Museum, 69 S. Franklin St., Wounded, an exhibit on military Don’t be “fooled” by others claims of lower prices and bigger
by Bill Benson, Marylou Chibirka, Wilkes-Barre. Tuesday through medical personnel from Northeast- discounts. Country Folk gives you the best value for your dollar with
Russell Recchion, George Stras- Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 823- ern Pennsylvania who served in our knowledgeable sales staff, 20 years of customer
burger, Brian Keeler, Barbara So- 6244. World War II, Vietnam and Iraq. service, FREE freight, and FREE delivery within 25 mile radius.
winski, Robert Stark, Tom Wise and
25% - 50% off “in-stock” upholstered furniture, area rugs,
Marty Poole. Through April 28 at
the Blue Heron Gallery, 20 Main St., $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ shelving, mirrors, beds, tables, chairs and much more!
Bu ying Gold Jew elry
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

25% off “special custom orders” from brand names such as:
Wyalusing. Monday through Friday,
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Saturday, 10 D ia m onds,Pla tinu m , Voted #1 Masonry Contractor “Johnston Benchworks”
“American Heritage”
a.m. to 2 p.m. 746-4922. Pu re S ilver,S terling, Brick • Block • Concrete “Homespice Decor” & “Cape;” Rugs
Indu stria l & Coin S ilver
Stone • Chimney & Stucco Repairs
A ntiqu e Jewelry (Brok en OK)
For “extra” savings be sure to check the newspapers
St. Patrick’s Day and Easter Retaining Walls • Patio & Pavers and our website, www.countryfolk-gifts.com,
Cards, vintage holiday cards from Dental Gold,Gold Filled Fully Insured
for “April Fools” and “Tax Day” specials! Directions
the permanent collection. Through Eyeglasses,Etc. Workmanship Guaranteed
To Nescopeck
From Berwick

K IN G T U T ’S
April 30 at the Thomas T. Taber take Rt. 93 S. 5 ml. from
Museum, 858 W. Fourth St., Wil- Roy or Vince Nescopeck. Turn right at
Nescopeck Twp. Firehouse
G O L D R E PA IR H U T FINANCING 466-0879
*Some restrictions.
liamsport. Tuesday through Friday, *In stock only. Does not watch for our signs.

9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturday, 11


824-4150 AS LOW AS And All of Luzerne, Lackawanna apply to prior purchases. From Hazleton
277617

PA 039701
4.99% & Monroe Counties take Route 93 N.
PAGE 10

a.m. to 4 p.m. 326-3326. Hours:


9 ml. from Laurel Mall.
322 N. PENN A VE. W -B APR Now Accepting Mon-Sat 10am-5pm Turn left at Nescopeck Twp.

Collected & New Works, by Barbro $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ www.oldtimemasonry.com Sunday 12pm-5pm Firehouse, watch for our signs.
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
By ROGER MOORE a vast factory where the
The Orlando Sentinel eggs, chocolate bunnies and
“Hop” is a chip off the old munk — as in chipmunks, “Alvin and candies are made, rebels. He
runs away from home to Hol-
the Chipmunks.” Like the Alvin movies, it has critters interacting lywood.
with real people. That’s where he runs
afoul of Fred O’Hare (get
The critter in question — a bunny — is all about music, just like it?), a 30ish slacker still liv-
the chipmunks And like the last chipmunk picture, about the best ing with mom (Elizabeth
Perkins) and dad (Gary
one can say for “Hop” is that it adheres to that Hippocratic oath of Cole). Fred hits the rab-
children’s entertainment — “First, do no harm.” bit with his car and takes
him in out of guilt. It
The latest semi-toon from the cre- rodent wrapped up in his drum kit. doesn’t take long for Fred
ators of “Despicable Me” features an “E.B.”wants to be a rock star. to get over the novelty of
adorably animated and lifelike Easter But Dad (voiced by Hugh Laurie) this new pest in his life.
Bunny and a somewhat less animated isn’t having it. It’s Junior’s turn to “So what? So you talk and
James Marsden, the hilarious prince take over the family business. “We poop candy.”
from “Enchanted.” The bunny can’t make any mistakes. The whole Yes, E.B.’s “pellets” are jellybeans.
(voiced by Russell Brand) bangs away WORLD is counting on us,” the fa-
his days on Easter Island (literally), a ther counsels. The kid, growing up in See HOP, Page 24

PAGE 11
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

Still Showing
Continuing films: Jason Sudeikis are trapped in bound for the Red Planet. Simon
stereotypically stagnant mar- Wells, the great-grandson of
THE ADJUSTMENT BUREAU — riages. Their spiteful, nagging legendary science fiction author
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt fall (clichéd) wives are advised to H.G. Wells, directs this 3D-en-
in love and flee shadowy figures give them a weeklong “hall hanced animated adventure. PG
in this immensely stylish roman- pass” from marriage. Naturally, for sci-fi action and peril. 88
tic thriller. If only the ending these guys have no idea what to minutes. ★★
lived up to the buildup. PG-13 for do — because the desperate
brief strong language, sexuality Farrelly brothers have no idea
either. R for crude and sexual PAUL — Two geeks on a road trip
and a violent image. 99 minutes.
humor, language, graphic nudity pick up an extraterrestrial smart
★★ 1/2 aleck looking to return home.
and drugs. 105 minutes. ★1/2
With Simon Pegg, Nick Frost,
BATTLE: LOS ANGELES — A Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig and
dozen alien ships land on Earth, THE KING’S SPEECH — You can’t the voice of Seth Rogen. 105
and in the ensuing carnage, a help but succumb to this minutes. R for language in-
platoon of Marines is sent into weighty-yet-uplifting period cluding sexual references and
the fray with the seemingly drama based on a true story some drug use. ★★ 1/2
inconsequential mission of res- about British royalty. R for lan-
cuing a handful of civilians. guage. 118 minutes. ★★★ 1/2
RANGO — A relentlessly inventive
PG-13 for sustained, intense war animated amalgamation of
violence and destruction and for LIMITLESS — A frustrated writer “Chinatown,” Sergio Leone
language. 116 minutes. ★ 1/2 has his mental capacity in- spaghetti Westerns and the
BEASTLY — Alex Pettyfer stars as creased fivefold by a top-secret drug-conjured lizards of “Fear
drug, but his new abilities soon and Loathing in Las Vegas,” this
the chiseled, blond Kyle, arro-
attract unwanted attention from is, yes, a PG-rated kids movie.
gant, moneyed and cruel. He’s
shadowy forces. With Bradley PG for crude humor, language,
the perfect guy to rule his posh
Cooper, Abbie Cornish, Robert action and smoking. 107 minutes.
Manhattan prep school. Nothing
De Niro and Anna Friel. 105 ★★★
else in this film based on Alex
minutes. PG-13 for thematic
Flinn’s young-adult take on material involving a drug, vio-
“Beauty and the Beast” even lence including disturbing imag- RED RIDING HOOD — The classic
remotely resembles reality. es, sexuality and strong lan- story is turned into a medieval
PG-13 for language including guage. ★★★★ love triangle in which Valerie
crude comments, brief violence (Amanda Seyfried) would rather
and theme. 86 minutes. ★ 1/2 be with the bad boy she loves
THE LINCOLN LAWYER — A than the good guy she’s been
criminal defense attorney who arranged to marry. PG-13 for
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick operates out of the back seat of violence, creature terror and
Rules — The problems of Greg a chauffeured Lincoln Town Car sensuality. 100 minutes. ★ 1/2
Heffley (Zachary Gordon) lie has his first high-paying client in
close to home, where baby years, but what appears a sim-
By ROGER MOORE brother Manny is old enough to ple, lucrative case turns into a SUCKER PUNCHED -- Except for
The Orlando Sentinel rat him out and older brother deadly game. With Matthew Vanessa Hudgens — who’s built a

O
Rodrick (Devon Bostick) has McConaughey, Marisa Tomei, following through “High School
ne of the demons is wearing what Musical” — it’s a relatively un-
become “the king of laziness, Ryan Phillippe, John Leguizamo
looks like a Darth Maul Halloween except when it comes to tortur- known cast (Emily Browning,
and Michael Pena. 119 minutes. R
mask. ing me.” Their mom (Rachael for some violence, sexual con- Abbie Cornish, Jamie Chung and
And the finale is both a tad too literal and Harris) concocts a scheme to tent and language. ★★★ Jena Malone) that comes to-
a lot too long and drawn out. pay the boys to get along. PG for gether to portray kick-ass char-
But that doesn’t spoil what is, without a some mild rude humor and acters who are part Rambo, part
mischief. 98 minutes. ★★ MARS NEEDS MOMS TOO — Manga, part showgirl. PG-13 for
doubt, the spookiest and most entertain-
When his mom is kidnapped by violence, intense action, profan-
ing horror flick since “Paranormal Activ- Martians, a 12-year-old suburban ity, adult themes. 109 minutes. ★
ity.” HALL PASS — Owen Wilson and kid hitches a ride on a rocket 1/2
“Insidious” is a haunted house tale in the
“Poltergeist” mold — a child in jeopardy, a

Movie Amy
mother (Rose Byrne) struggling to get her
head around what may be happening, a fa-

Y
See INSIDIOUS, Page 25
ou’ll feel like an April Grint/“Harry Potter”) who can’t •••
shoot straight. It’s cracklingly good. “The Resident” (2010, Image, un-
REVIEW Fool if you don’t Available for sale and at rental rated, $28)
check out these hidden outlets. Turn off your brain and enjoy this
What: “Insidious” ••• far-fetched but entertaining horror
Starring: Rose Byrne, Patrick Wilson, Lin
gems, all of which are new movie about an emergency-room
“Home Before Dark”(1958, Warner
physician (Hilary Swank) who moves
Shaye, Leigh Whannell to DVD: Archive, unrated, $25) into a seemingly perfect New York
Directed by: James Wan ••• Jean Simmons finds layers of pain in
Running time: 102 minutes apartment, only to discover that her
“Wild Target” (2010, Fox, PG-13, the role of Charlotte Bronn, a profes- landlord (Jeffrey Dean Morgan)
Rating: PG-13 for thematic material, vio- sor’s wife who is losing her grip on
$28): might not be who he pretends to be.
lence, terror, frightening images and brief
Jonathan Lynn’s bull’s-eye of a farce sanity thanks to an icy husband (Dan Bangor, Pa.’s Ann Roth designed the
strong language ★★★
follows the misadventures of three O’Herlihy) and a sneaky stepsister costumes. Available for sale and at
strangers thrown together by a se- (Rhonda Flemming). The intense rental outlets.
ries of bizarre circumstances. thriller slowly gathers urgency and
There’s a wacky con artist (Emily heat; it’s a cult classic in the making. Amy Longsdorf also profiles celebri-
Available for sale exclusively at
PAGE 12

Blunt), a hitman who never misses ties for the Sunday Etc. section of
(Bill Nighy) and an innocent (Rupert wbshop.com. The Times Leader.
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
Sean Penn, left, and Naomi Watts star in ’Fair Game,’ now on DVD.

NEW ON DVD
Interesting female characters •••
dominate this week’s new DVD Also new on DVD this week:
releases. “Big Time Rush: Season One,
“Black Swan,” Grade A-minus: Volume One:” Nickelodeon
Natalie Portman earned an series about three young men
Oscar for her portrayal of a who trade hockey for a chance
young woman struggling with at music stardom.
the pressure of dancing the lead “The Capture of the Green River
in “Swan Lake.” Killer:” Tom Cavanagh stars in
Director Darren Aronofsky’s look this cable miniseries based on a
at a young ballerina is such a true story.
kaleidoscope of emotions it’s “Dennis the Menace: Season
initially overwhelming. It takes One:” A young boy (Jay North)
time to think about it — and it becomes a pest for his neighbor.
was difficult not to think about it “Kenny Chesney Summer in 3D:”
— to fully appreciate its bril- Video footage of the country
liance. star’s concert.
“Upstairs, Downstairs Complete
“Fair Game,” Grade B: Naomi Series: 40th Anniversary
Watts and Sean Penn star in the Edition:” The 21-disc collection
story of former CIA agent Vale- features all five series.
rie Plame whose job becomes “Where Did We Come From?”
compromised when a journalist Scientists look at how the earli-
reveals her identity. est life forms emerged billions
The spy parts are interesting, but of years ago.
they never reveal anything that “Capone:” The 1975 film features
hasn’t been covered thoroughly
Ben Gazzara as Al Capone.
by the media. What saves the
“The Ten Commandments:”A
film is how much time director
fully restored version is being
Doug Liman devotes to the
marriage of Plame and former released to mark the film’s 55th
Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson anniversary.
(Sean Penn). “The Civil War:”The much herald-
ed Ken Burns series is on a
“Made in Dagenham,” Grade six-disc set.
B-plus: This film is the Brit’s “Anything Goes:” Frank Sinatra
answer to “Norma Rae.” The and Ethel Merman star in this
battle for equal rights by a episode of the “Colgate Comedy
group of female employees in Hour.”
By ROGER MOORE “One Week:” A young man (Josh-
The Orlando Sentinel 1968 at the British Ford plant is
ua Jackson) facing the end of

A
an uplifting tale of politics,
goodsciencefictionmoviewillletyouforgetit’s family and the human spirit. his life goes on a final journey.
sci-fi, focusing on characters, their humanity “Made in Dagenham,” like “Norma “Mad Men: Season Four:” Con-
Rae,” takes the complicated — tains 13 episodes plus several
and their quest. It doesn’t matter if they’re hur- bonus features. Jon Hamm
and potentially dull — story of a
tling through space or time or in what universe they’re labor-management dispute and stars.
inhabiting. If the movie gets to you, those genre trap- gives it a very human face. “All Good Things:” Love story and
pings fall by the wayside. murder mystery set against the
That happens with “Source Code,” an adorably pre- “Tangled,” Grade A: Rapunzel New York real estate dynasty in
(voiced by Mandy Moore) discov- the 1980s.
posterous concept that becomes far less important than “Teenage Paparazzo:” Actor-
ers she doesn’t need a hero to
the compelling journey these characters take and the save her in this animated of- filmmaker Adrian Grenier turns
sympatheticactorswhoinsist,withtheirperformances, fering from Disney. It is the 50th the cameras on the paparazzi.
that we come along for the ride. animated theatrical release “Vega$: The Second Season,
from Disney Studios dating back Volume 2:” Robert Urich stars.
Jake Gyllenhaal wakes up on a Chicago commuter “Cool It”: Economist Bjorn Lom-
to the 1937 release of “Snow
train, not recognizing the body he inhabits or the very White and the Seven Dwarfs.” borg tackles global warming in
friendly, very familiar woman (Michelle Monaghan) at Directors Nathan Greno and Byron this documentary.
his side, the one who keeps calling him “Sean.” Howard’s computer-animated “Treme” The Complete First
“You’re acting a little strange this morning,” she coos, tale of Rapunzel uses elements Season:” HBO series set in New
that have made for great Disney Orleans in the aftermath of
PAGE 13

Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Mo- animated films of the past: Hurricane Katrina.
See CODE, Page 25 naghan star in ’Source Code.’ interesting characters, a great “Husk:” The search for help in a
villain and a good score. cornfield turns deadly.
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

Bruce Lake Hike, seven moderate April 9, 9 a.m. to noon. Snacks


miles. Meet at the Park & Ride,
Route 315, Dupont. Sunday at
10:45 a.m. Bring a lunch. Spon-
provided. 828-2319.

Walk the Back Mountain Trail,


Best Bet
sored by the Susquehanna Trail- four miles from Luzerne to
ers Hiking Club. 814-2803. Trucksville along wooded areas,
Toby Creek and waterfalls. Meet
Gardening Is for the Birds, a at the Luzerne trailhead on
session with Master Gardener Parry Street. April 9 at 9:30 a.m.
Roberta Troy on attracting birds Weather permitting. 819-2147.
to your backyard. Penn State
Extension, Suite 200, 16 Luzerne Tobyhanna Lake Hike, five easy-
to-moderate miles around the
Outdoors
Ave., West Pittston. Wednesday,
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. $5. Regis- lake. Meet at the Greater Scran-
ton YMCA, 706 N. Blakely St., The American Woodcock will
tration: 825-1701.
Dunmore. April 10 at 9:15 a.m. $5. get his day to shine at Ne-
THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 scopeck State Park in Drums.
T O 7, 2 0 1 1 Starting a Garden, the basics of 343-5144.
building a small-scale garden
Susquehanna Warrior Trail 5K with Anne Poole, Hillside Farms Lackawanna State Forest Hike, About this time of year, the
Race and Fun Walk. Meet at the educator. Presented by the seven moderate miles with some male American Woodcock –
playground pavilion at Oak and Holistic Moms of Wyoming Valley bushwhacking. Meet at the First alias the Timberdoodle – de-
North Canal streets, Shickshinny. at Wyoming Seminary Lower National Bank, Routes 29 and 118,
Saturday with registration 9 to 10 Sweet Valley. April 10 at 11:45 a.m. cides to show off for the fe-
School Library, 1560 Wyoming
a.m. and race at 10:15 a.m. $20. Ave., Forty Fort. Thursday at Sponsored by the Susquehanna males and perform his enter-
542-7946 or susquehannawar- 5:30 p.m. Free. 466-1347. Trailers Hiking Club. 477-2210. taining courtship dance. First
riortrail.org.
he’ll get her attention by strut-
Sunday for Singles. Explore na-
Spring Waterfall Tour of area wa- FUTURE ture and meet new people. Poco- ting along, then he’ll take to
terfalls. Pocono Environmental Morning Bird Walk to seek out no Environmental Education the sky for a series of aero-
Education Center, Brisco Moun- spring migrants. Meet at the Center, Brisco Mountain and batic loops and spins. Will he
tain and Emery roads, Dingmans wooden bridge by the park Emery roads, Dingmans Ferry.
Ferry. Saturday, 1 to 4 p.m. $20.
gain her love and attention?
office. Nescopeck State Park, 1137 April 10, 1 to 3 p.m. Free. 828-
Reservations: 828-2319. 2319. Come to Nescopeck State
Honey Hole Road, Drums. April
9, 8 to 10 a.m. Free. Registration: Park, 1137 Honey Hole Road in
Carey Mountain Hike, three moder- 403-2006. Permaculture Gardening, a ses- Drums, at 7:15 p.m. Saturday
ate-to-steep miles with beautiful sion on sustainable practices.
overlooks of the valley. Meet at Lackawanna College Environ-
for the “Tumblin’ Timber-
Volunteer Day: Spring Cleaning.
the Greater Scranton YMCA, 706 mental Institute, 10 Moffat Drive, doodles” free show and find
Pocono Environmental Educa-
N. Blakely St., Dunmore. Sunday tion Center, Brisco Mountain and out. Registration: 403-2006.
at 9:15 a.m. $5. 343-5144. Emery roads, Dingmans Ferry. See OUTDOORS, Page 16
PAGE 14
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
Margot, played by Regina Yeager Todd, fends off an attack from the hit
man, played by William Zeranski in ‘Dial M for Murder.’

Classic is sure to chill


By MARY THERESE BIEBEL
mbiebel@timesleader.com

T
ony the tennis player-turned-salesman has a problem.
His wealthy wife, Margot, is having an affair with a crime
writer named Max. Now, if she were to leave Tony for
Max, he would lose access to all of her money.
His solution, in Frederick Knott’s “Dial M for Murder,” is to
arrange for Margot to be killed.
But what if she’s stronger than her feet.”
husband and the hit man expect? The play is an interesting charac-
What if a pair of scissors is right ter study, Walsh continued.
where she needs it to be during a “What I’m trying to do is establish
life-and-death struggle? some sexual tension, to show there’s
“It’s very cleverly written,” said a relationship between this woman
Art Walsh, who is directing the and a man she has met. She still de-
thriller for Actors Circle in Scran- cided to stay with her husband. She
ton. “(The husband’s) plan goes aw-
ry. He has to think quickly on his See MURDER, Page 18

Fame: The Musical, the stage by Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Best Bet
show about the last group of David Auburn about the fates of
students and teachers at New six strangers on the rooftop of a
York City’s High School of Per- historic building targeted for
forming Arts from freshman demolition. Performed by the
term through graduation. Phoe- Worthington Players at the The Master of the Macabre steps into the spotlight
nix Performing Arts Centre, 411 Shawnee Playhouse, 1 River this weekend in “A Midnight Dreary: Tales from Edgar
Main St., Duryea. Through April Road, Shawnee-on-Delaware. Allan Poe,” which dramatizes seven of his popular
10: Fridays and Saturdays at 8 Tonight and Saturday at 8 p.m.; and spine-tingling poems and short
p.m.; Sundays at 2 p.m. $12, $10 Sunday at 2 p.m. $18. 421-5093.
students. 457-3589. stories: “Annabel Lee,” “The Raven,”
“The Bells,” “The Cask of Amantilla-
Dial M for Murder, the classic Mock Rape Trial, the 32nd annual do,” “The Tell-Tale Heart,” “A Predic-
Stage mystery about a washed-up
tennis player hoping to murder
his wealthy adulterous wife.
event sponsored by the Victims
Resource Center, dramatizing
the myths and occasional sensa-
ament” and “The Murders in the Rue
Morgue,” all cohesively and master-
THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 Actors Circle, Providence Play- tionalized media coverage of fully adapted by James Goode of the
T O 7, 2 0 11 house, 1256 Providence Road, sexual violence. Luzerne County Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble and
Scranton. Tonight and Saturday Courthouse, 200 N. River St., performed by the players of Ghostlight Productions.
Ensemble Evening, student dance at 8 p.m.; Sunday at 2 p.m. $12, Wilkes-Barre. Wednesday at 6
p.m. Free but reservations re- Baptist Bible College, 538 Venard Road, Clarks Sum-
performances at the Lemmond $10 seniors, $8 students. 342-
Theater, Misericordia University, quired. 823-0765. mit. Tonight and Saturday at 7 p.m. (with dinner, $25);
9707.
PAGE 15

301 Lake St., Dallas. Tonight at Tonight at midnight (with dessert, $10). 585-9000.
7:30. Free. 674-6719. The Skyscraper, comedy-drama See STAGE, Page 18
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE
moderate miles to an overlook of

OUTDOORS the upper valley. Meet at the


Greater Scranton YMCA, 706 N.
Blakely St., Dunmore. April 17 at
Continued from page 14
9:15 a.m. $5. 343-5144.
Covington Township. April 12,
6:30 to 8 p.m. $4. Registration: State Game Lands 57 Hike, nine
842-1506. moderate miles. Meet at the
First National Bank, Routes 118
Spring Gardening, planting and and 29, Sweet Valley. Bring a
lawn tips with Master Gardeners lunch. April 17 at 10:45 a.m.
Roseann Nardone and Jean Sponsored by the Susquehanna
Kolojejchick. Marian Sutherland Trailers Hiking Club. 477-2210.
Kirby Library, 35 Kirby Ave.,
Mountain Top. April 13 at 6:30 Tumbling Waters Hike, a three-
p.m. Registration: 474-9313. mile loop of moderate difficulty
through a variety of habitats to a
5K Race and One-Mile Fun Run. scenic overlook and two water-
Holy Rosary School, 125 Ste- falls. Pocono Environmental
phenson St., Duryea. April 16 Education Center, Brisco Moun-
with registration 7:30 to 8:30 tain and Emery roads, Dingmans
a.m. and race at 9 a.m. $20, $25 Ferry. April, 17, 1 to 4 p.m. Free.
828-2319.
per family for the walk. 457-2553
or neparunner.com. Help fund the Susquehanna Warrior Trail by participating in the 5K Race and Fun Walk tomorrow. Spring Peeper Search. Carefully
catch, study and release these
Birding at Frances Slocum State tiny tree frogs. Pocono Envi-
Park, a leisurely walk to seek out Wyoming Avenue, Forty Fort. ence and seed starting with tips Emery roads, Dingmans Ferry.
April 16 with registration at 8:30 on gardening without chemical April, 16, 1 to 3 p.m. $5. 828-2319. ronmental Education Center,
songbirds. Meet at the Envi- Brisco Mountain and Emery
ronmental Education Center and a.m. and walk at 10 a.m. 760- fertilizers. Salt Springs State
3952. Park, Silver Creek Road, off Merli-Sarnoski Park Hike, four roads, Dingmans Ferry. April, 17, 7
boat rental, 565 Mount Olivet to 9 p.m. $5. 828-2319.
Route 29, Franklin Forks. April 16,
Road, Kingston Township. Binoc- 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free. 967-7275.
Spring Plant Workshop, how to
ulars encouraged. April 16 at
start spring seedlings indoors
8:30 a.m. Free. 675-9900. and propagate houseplants. Salamander Egg Search. Explore
Quiet Valley Living Historical nearby breeding pools for sala-
Autism Walk and Community Farm, 1000 Turkey Hill Road, mander egg masses and study
Awareness Fair, with T-shirts, Stroudsburg. April 16, 9 to 11:30 collected specimens up close.
prizes and giveaways to partici- a.m. $15. Registration (by April Pocono Environmental Educa-
pants. Also: children’s activities, 9): 992-6161. tion Center, Brisco Mountain and
face painting and a basket raffle.
Forty Fort Recreation Complex, Green Gardening, basic soil sci- $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Convert Your Broken &
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Your Power Equipment GRASS MASTER Unwanted Gold Jewelry Into $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

CASH
$ $
Headquarters LAWN MAINTENANCE $
$
$ $
Dedicated to your yard....so
CubCadet • Stihl • Ariens you don’t have to be
Troybilt • Gravely • Spring Clean-up • Mowing YOUR SOURCE FOR
Lawntractors • Mowers • Trimmers
Blowers and more • Mulch & Stone Installed HIGHEST PRICES
RICES PAID!
• Complete Dental, Platinum,
Maintenance Plans Gold Filled,
EQUIPMENT
Sterling Silver,
570-675-3003
0 6 3003
687 Memorial Hwy., Dallas
690-0618 .999 etc. Premium m
Antique Jewelry,
Coins, Paper Money BEFORE

Vac–Way
Larger Diamonds, YOU SELL CALL
RAINBOW TO
APPLIANCE & SERVICE INC. Costume Jewelry, MAKE SURE
Old Toys and THAT YOU’LL
GET TOP $$$
All Type Military FOR YOUR
LAWN MOWER TUNE-UP VACUUM CLEANER Items GOLD!!!
Includes: Sharpening blade, SERVICE
RAINBOW
LAWN MOWER
oil change, spark plug, TUNE-UP Includes: Belt, Bulb,
adjust carburetor, OR VACUUM
Brushes,
electrical check, CLEANER SERVICE

JEWELERS
STARTING AT Electrical
lube and clean. Check-up,
$
6995 Lubricating,
Cleaning Mon-Fri 10-6 • Sat 10-4
789 Wyoming Ave. Kingston
Some Models Higher • Pick-up & Delivery Available • Expires 6/30/2011 570-287-6257
595 Market St. • Kingston • 288-4508 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

A MERICAN
FREE 10 GAS CARD $
HIGHEST RECORD
With this ad.

G OLD $ PRICES PAID!

$
Also Buying Platinum, Silver,

B UYING, Inc. Coins, Gold Chains, Dental


& More...

AT ROUTE 309, DALLAS • www.americangoldbuying.com


PAGE 16

HOURS: M-F: 10AM-6PM • THUR. 10AM-8PM • SAT. 10AM-5PM


262969

570-674-7677 *minimum $50 precious metal buy.


THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
F
ifty people danced the night Essy and Bill Davidowitz, Sandy
away at Arts Youniverse in and Arnold Rifkin, Joseph Palko, BILL TARUTIS PHOTOS/FOR THE TIMES LEADER
downtown Wilkes-Barre on Sherri and Jeff Davidowitz, Wyoming 1. Carol Stachyra of Plymouth, left, and
Saturday to support the SPCA of Lu- Valley West Middle School Student Tom Sarnoski of Wilkes-Barre pair up.
zerne County. Council, Kathy and Paul Lantz, Shir- 2. Michele Wren and Dave Burrier, both of
Cooper Ballroom Academy, under ley and Bob Fortinsky, The Wood- Scranton, danced together.
the direction of Lauren and Raphael lands Inn & Resort, Amanda Wright- 3. Lake-Lehman High School senior Tyler
Cooper, organized the fundraiser, at Kluger and Joe Kluger, Dr. and Mrs. Pearson, who will play the lead role in her
which the Lesser Evil DJ provided Michael Weiss, Dr. and Mrs. Gary Na- high school’s musical ‘Cinderella’ on April
music, and Kevin and Korina Cheng, taupsky, Yuki’s Boutique Ltd. 8, sings at the fund-raiser.
Johnny and Bianca Cantando and Tyl- 4. Lauren and Raphael Cooper of the Coop-
er Pearson performed. er Ballroom Academy, present a check to
The SPCA received a check for RIGHT: Charlie and Maureen Szal- Cary Moran and Lisa Natt.
PAGE 17

$1,100 thanks to several sponsors: kowski of Edwardsville demonstrate. 5. Mountain Top sister-brother duo Korina
Cheng, 9, and Kevin Cheng, 7, perform the
International Waltz.
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE
IF YOU GO
20%-60% OFF 3 ROOMS

MURDER What: “Dial M for Murder” 654-3851 PLUSH $589 Based On

Who: Actors Circle Madame Alexander Dolls CARPET 40 Sq. Yds.

• INSTALLED WITH PAD • FREE ESTIMATES


When: 8 tonight and Saturday
night; 2 p.m. Sunday London Fog Raincoats MARKET ST., NANTICOKE
Call (570) 436-1500
Continued from page 15 Where: Providence Playhouse, Men’s Suits $99
feels torn between the two. 1256 Providence Road, Scranton
Tickets: $12, $10, $8.
Duchess • William St., Pittston ELLISON CARPET
“In this particular presentation More info: 342-9707
I played more on the strength of
the relationship between the wife
and the boyfriend. the director said.
The assumption is this woman “In this play, till the end,
wouldn’t have done this (cheated you’re not sure what’s going to
on her husband) if he hadn’t been happen.”
a jerk.” Actors Circle has devoted its
“Dial M for Murder,” which 2010-2011 season to shows deal-
continues this weekend at the ing with mystery and murder,
Providence Playhouse in Scran- and they’ve been quite popular
ton, is “not like an Agatha Chris- with audiences.
tie, where everything is laid out “We had a full house Sunday af-
there and ba-boom you have the ternoon,” Lou Bisignani said. “I
denouement and you’re done,” ran the box office.”

STAGE BEL L ES
C O N S TR U C TIO N C O .
Continued from page 15 PA012959

A Midsummer Night’s Dream,


Shakespeare’s exotic and whim-
sical tale of lovers, fairies and
dreamers -- and the magical night
THE BES T
in which they all collide in the RO O FIN G
Forest of Arden. Presented by
Wilkes University at the Dorothy
S ID IN G
Dickson Darte Center, West South W IN D O W S &
Street at South River Street,
Wilkes-Barre. Thursday through
C ARPEN TRY
April 9 at 8 p.m.; April 10 at 2 p.m.
$15, $7 seniors and students.
408-4540.
824- 7220
PAGE 18

276619

273859
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
Peter and Paul Church Hall, 20 p.m. 824-7722. Awe.” Room 2303, McCormick
Nottingham St., Plymouth. Sun- Center, Bloomsburg University.
day, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 759- Spring Fling, with jewelry, hand- Thursday at 7 p.m. Free. 389-4433.
2824. bags, Scentsy items, gourmet
foods and artisan crafts along
FUTURE
Spring Rummage Sale, with lunch with a bake sale, 50/50 raffle and
items and a bake sale. Holy Trinity Chinese auction. Salvation Army, Spring Reading and Lecture Se-
Church, 116 Hughes St., Swoyers- 105 W. Broad St., Tamaqua. April 9, ries, with poet and Princeton Uni-
ville. Monday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 225-1071. versity professor James Richard-
6 to 8 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednes- son, recipient of the American
day, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Everything Spring Craft and Vendor Fair, Academy of Arts and Letters

Buys Must Go Sale April 9, 9 a.m. to


noon. 287-6624.
with homemade Easter candy,
desserts, floral gifts, jewelry,
handmade blankets, quilted items,
Reads Award. Niedbala Auditorium,
Hoeffner Science and Technology
Center, East Stroudsburg University.
Book Sale, along with DVDs, VHS dolls and more. St. Joseph’s April 12 at 5:30 p.m. Free. 422-3532.
THIS WEEK: APRIL 1 Church, 721 Monroe St., Berwick. THIS WEEKEND:
T O 7, 2 0 11 tapes, audio books and CDs. Pitt- A P R I L 1 T O 7, 2 0 11
ston Memorial Library, 47 Broad April 9, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 752-5010. Autism Book Discussion, with Dr.
Flea Market and Silent Auction. St., Pittston. Thursday, 2 to 6 p.m. Looking Back to Jeffrey Becker of the NeuroSenso-
Salvation Army, 17 S. Pennsylvania 654-9565. Spring Flea Market. All vendors Look Forward, a ry Center of Eastern Pennsylvania,
Ave., Wilkes-Barre. Saturday, 8 welcome. West Side Playground, lecture, ques- a contributor to “Cutting Edge
a.m. to 2 p.m. 824-8741. Book Sale, with a soup-and-bake West Grand Street, Nanticoke. tion-and-answer Treatments for Autism.” Osterhout
April 9, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. $15 per session and Free Library, 71 S. Franklin St.,
sale. Exaltation of the Holy Cross
Annual Craft and Bake Sale. space. 735-6990. book signing by Wilkes-Barre. April 12 at 7 p.m. Free.
Church, 430 Main Road, Hanover
Salvation Army, 500 S. Washing- Township. Thursday, 3 to 6 p.m. award-winning Reservations: 821-1959
ton Ave., Scranton. Saturday, 9 Think Spring Craft Show, spon- psychologist,
825-6914.
a.m. to 3 p.m. 344-9878. sored by the Boys Soccer Club. professor and
With crafters, baked goods, raffles
Gilligan The Franklin Street Sleuths. The
author Carol Mystery Book Club discusses
Craft Show, with a bake sale and FUTURE and refreshments. Limited vendor Gilligan (“In a Different Voice: “Strong Enough to Die” by Jon
refreshments. Tunkhannock Area spaces at $35. Dallas High School, Psychological Theory and Women’s
Spring Rummage Sale, with a Conyngham Avenue, Dallas. April Land. Osterhout Free Library North
Middle School, 200 Franklin St., Development”). Walsh Hall, Miser-
soup and bake sale. Lehman- 10, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 881-0276. Branch, 28 Oliver St., Wilkes-Barre.
Tunkhannock. Saturday, 10 a.m. to icordia University, 301 Lake St.,
Idetown United Methodist Church, April 14, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Refresh-
3 p.m. 836-3111. Dallas. Tonight at 7:30. Free and
1011 Mountainview Drive, Lehman. Bowl Auction, bowls crafted by ments served. 822-4660.
April 8, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; April 9 open to the public. 674-6400.
Spring Bazaar, with homemade members of the Wilkes University
baked goods, flea market, jewelry, (Bag Day), 9 a.m. to noon. Dona- pottery class and painted by Going Green, an address by Raj
tions welcome. 675-1216. National Poetry Month Cele- Patel, author of the New York
seasonal items, soups and sand- church parishioners along with
handmade wooden bowls, jewelry bration, with readings by local Times bestsellers “The Value of
wiches. Ashley Presbyterian
Church, 32 N. Main St., Ashley. Rummage and Nearly New Sale. from Earth and Wears and other poets Brian Fanelli and Dawn Leas. Nothing: How to Reshape Market
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. St. Mary’s Antiochian Orthodox handmade items. St. Stephen’s Osterhout Free Library, 71 S. Fran- Society and Redefine Democracy”
Church, 905 S. Main St., Wilkes- Episcopal Church, 35 S. Franklin klin St., Wilkes-Barre. Saturday, 2 to and “Stuffed and Starved: The
Ukrainian Cultural Exhibit and Barre. April 8-9, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. St., Wilkes-Barre. April 10 with 4 p.m. Reservations: 829-1959. Hidden Battle for the World Food
Craft Sale, with pysanky eggs, 824-8365. bidder registration ($2 or a food System.” At the King’s College
embroidery, religious items, nest- pantry donation) at noon and Identity and Dislocation, a lecture Global Landscape Conference in
ing dolls, jewelry, artwork, candles, Rummage Sale. Unity Center, 140 auction at 12:30 p.m. Proceeds by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Burke Auditorium, West Union and
books, CDs and candy along with S. Grant St., Wilkes-Barre. April 8, benefit the REACH ministry. 825- and writer Achy Obejas, author of North River streets, Wilkes-Barre.
ethnic foods and desserts. Saints 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; April 9, 9 a.m. to 1 6653. “Memory Mambo” and “Days of April 14 at 7:30 p.m. 208-5958.

2011 Spring
Fishing
Show case
FREE REMOVAL
OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS FROM YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS
A pril1,2 and 3 HOUSEHOLD GARAGE
Washers, Dryers, Stoves, Tools, Ladders,
15% -40% O FF Refrigerators, Vacuum Cleaners.
Pot & Pans, Beer or Soda Cans,
Snowblowers
Car Batteries,
A llFishing Cast Iron Tubs, Radiators,
Sewing Machines,
Lawnmowers

G ear In Coal Furnaces


YARD
Stock
Stop in and
BBQ Grills, Junk Cars,
Metal Fencing, Bicycles,
stock u p w ith Patio Furniture, Metal Swing Sets

RR
allthe greatdeals!
• MOVING • ESTATE CLEAN OUT • CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES
AY’S
N O W C E LE B R A T IN G O U R
25T H Y E A R IN B U SIN E SS

(570) 735-2399
ECYCLING
276368

1757 Sans SouciPark w ay,H anover Tow nship


W ilk es-B arre PA • (570) 824-3050
Call To Schedule
a Free Pick-up
PAGE 19

S o m e M a n u fa ctu res E xclu d ed .

Nanticoke, PA
THE GUIDE DIVERSIONS

CELEBRITY Q&A UNIVERSAL SUDOKU JUMBLE


BY R.D. HELDENFELS BY MICHAEL ARGIRION & JEFF KNUREK

‘Royal Pains’ to
return this summer
Q. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!!
Is “Royal Pains” coming back??? If
so, WHEN??? I LOVE that show
and was so surprised when they
announced there were only two epi-
sodes left. THEN — they intimated
it would be back in the summer, but
when???

A. At this point, USA Network is just


saying that “Royal Pains” will return
in the summer, starting an 18-episode
third season.
You were not alone in being
thrown by a promo with a big graphic
saying “only two episodes left.” OK,
so the voiceover added “this season”
to the episodes-left declaration. USA
obviously wanted you to feel some
urgency.
Nor is that the only cause of
viewer confusion. Like a number
PREVIOUS DAY’S SOLUTION
CRYPTOQUOTE
of other shows, “Royal Pains” split
the season into two parts with a long
hiatus in between, leaving viewers
wondering. And, while this show
made 18 episodes in its second sea-
son, some cable series make 13 or
fewer per season, creating long gaps
between telecasts, assuming the
shows return.
TV scheduling demands a
lot more vigilance from viewers —
and more questions for the
mailbag.

Do you have a question or comment


for the mailbag? Write to me at
rheldenfels@thebeaconjournal.com or by
regular mail to the Akron Beacon Journal, ON THE WEB
44 E. Exchange St., Akron, OH 44309. For more Sudoku go to www.timesleader.com

HOROSCOPE CANCER (June 22-July 22). Seek high


visibility assignments. You need public-
ity in order to move forward with what
sniff it out. This will be the key you’ve
needed to move to the next level.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You’ll give rec-
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Guinness
World Records does not accept claims
for beauty, as it is not objectively mea-
BY HOLIDAY MATHIS you want to do. Make sure people know ognition where it’s due and where it’s not surable. You would be wise to take a sim-
about your work. due. You may praise someone who didn’t ilar stance, as you will be among those
ARIES (March 21-April 19). You show up LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You will take a liking contribute much or give a compliment in with varied tastes and preferences.
and deliver. And though you’re about as to a less experienced individual and feel advance. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). New ambitions
constant as a machine, you give from the suddenly protective of this person. If you SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). When embolden you. You will be inspired to
heart and put the full force of your spir- take this person under your wing and you set aside time with someone special, try to do what you never thought you
ited personality into your contribution. show her how things are done, you will make that time inviolate. Take measures could do.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You’ll balance later be rewarded. to be sure the appointment can’t be can- TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (April 1). Your curi-
your work and family with such skill that VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You may start celed, postponed or interrupted. osity will lead you to different parts of
you’ll have others asking you how you do out the day feeling puzzled or creatively CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). the world. You come to a deeper appreci-
it. Tomorrow this gets trickier, though. blocked, but by the end of the day, you’ll Daydreaming is a stress-free escape. It ation of loved ones, which will be reflect-
GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You have earned feel motivated. doesn’t cost anything, and as long as ed in your ever-strengthening bonds.
PAGE 20

your network. Some of your relation- LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). There is a bit of your imaginings are mostly beautiful There’s a financial payoff in May. Taurus
ships have sustained over a long period information that has been held back. Ask and positive, there are no harmful side and Pisces people adore you. Your lucky
of time. a few more questions, and you’ll soon effects, either. numbers are: 4, 25, 41, 20 and 16.
DIVERSIONS

THE GUIDE
Abby shares April Fools’ Day letters with her readers
Dear Read- moments of disorientation and up each day until the time he to sleep facing out. My prob-
ers: It’s April 1,
the day I get to DEAR ABBY embarrassment?
— Disturbed Kentucky Man
retires at night, he spends al-
most the entire time playing in
lem is when he’s gassy it puts
me “in the line of fire.” We’ve
share some of the sandbox in our backyard. talked about how to deal with
the occasional ADVICE My wife and I are alarmed by this, but haven’t been able to
letters I receive in circles and become disorient- Dear Disturbed Kentucky his behavior, and so is his wife. come up with a solution.
from folks who ed. I know women don’t have Man: And a happy April Fools’ What should we do? — Gas Taxed in Newark, Del.
are pulling my leg. Read on: this problem because they wear Day to you, too. The red yarn — Worried Dad in Georgia
pantyhose — so it’s impossible is preferable to the yarn you
Dear Abby: My wife of 23 to put them on the wrong feet. have spun for me. And you’re Dear Gas Taxed: Switch sides!
years is threatening to divorce I sewed a bit of red yarn on mistaken about women’s panty- Dear Worried Dad: Be sure to
me on the grounds that I’m the tops of my right socks so I hose. Ask any woman who has brush him off if he ever runs To receive a collection of Abby’s most
“unreasonable.” Is it unreason- put hers on backward. a marathon to prevent diaper memorable — and most frequently
could keep them straight. My requested — poems and essays, send a
able for me to attempt to keep wife says I’m crazy, but I insist, rash. business-sized, self-addressed envelope,
my socks oriented to the prop- “Right on right; left on left.” Dear Abby: I’m concerned plus check or money order for $3.95
about my youngest son, “Sam- Dear Abby: I prefer to sleep ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby’s
er feet? When I put my socks So tell me, Abby — must I “Keepers,” P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris,
on the wrong feet, I run around run in stupid circles and endure my.” From the moment he gets facing in; my husband prefers IL 61054-0447. (Postage is included.)

GOREN BRIDGE CROSSWORD


WITH OMAR SHARIF & TANNAH HIRSCH

HOW TO CONTACT:
Dear Abby: PO Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Celebrity Questions: TV Week, The Dallas Morning News, Commu-
PAGE 21

nications Center, PO Box 655237, Dallas, TX 75265


THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
News World Newswatc Inside Edi- Shark Tank (N) (CC) 20/20 (N) (CC) (TVPG) News (:35)
0 News h 16 tion (TVPG) Nightline
Maude Maude Good Good Three Three Three Seinfeld Newswatc Three Benny Hill Benny Hill
 (TVPG) (TVPG) Times Times Stooges Stooges Stooges (TVPG) h 16 Stooges
Judge Evening The Entertain- Chaos “Pilot” (N) (CC) CSI: NY “Identity Cri- Blue Bloods (N) (CC) Access Letterman
6 Judy News Insider (N) ment (TVPG) sis” (N) (TV14) (TV14) Hollyw’d
News Nightly Wheel of Jeopardy! Who Do You Think Dateline NBC A man and his son are shot to News at Jay Leno
Don’t just watch a movie, experience it! < News Fortune (N) You Are? (TVPG) death. (N) (CC) 11
All Stadium Seating and Dolby Surround Sound Extra (N) Family Simpsons Family Smallville “Scion” (CC) Supernatural (CC) Entourage Curb TMZ (N) Old Chris-
ALL FEATURES NOW PRESENTED IN DIGITAL FORMAT F (TVPG) Guy (CC) Guy (CC) (TV14) (TV14) Enthusiasm (TVPG) tine
• FIRST MATINEE SHOW ALL SEATS $5.25 PBS NewsHour (N) State of Pennsylvania Heaven Can Wait (‘43) ››› Gene Tierney, Ebert at degrees Nightly Charlie
SOURCE L
*Hop - PG - 100 Min. (CC) Don Ameche, Charles Coburn. Movie that wk Business Rose (N)

CODE (1:30), (2:15), (4:00), (4:45), 7:05, 7:35, U Judge Mathis (CC)
(TVPG)
The People’s Court
(CC) (TVPG)
Monk (CC) (TVPG) Monk (CC) (TVPG) Hawaii Five-0 (CC)
(TVPG)
Honey-
mooners Earl
Name Is

SOURCE CODE (XD³) (PG-13) 9:15, 9:45 X How I Met Two and How I Met Two and
Half Men Half Men
Kitchen Nightmares Fringe “The Firefly”
(CC) (TV14) (CC) (TV14)
News First News
Ten 10:30
Love-Ray- Love-Ray-
mond mond
1:25PM, 3:50PM, 6:05PM, 8:25PM, 10:45PM
ADJUSTMENT BUREAU (DIGITAL) (PG-13)
*Insidious - PG13 - 110 Min. ∞ Without a Trace Without a Trace (CC) Without a Trace (CC) Without a Trace Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds “Nor-
“Requiem” (TVPG) (TVPG) (TV14) “Stolen” (TVPG) (TV14) mal” (TV14)
3:00PM, 5:35PM, 8:10PM, 10:40PM (1:40), (4:40), 7:25, 9:55 News Evening Entertain- The Chaos “Pilot” (N) (CC) CSI: NY “Identity Cri- Blue Bloods (N) (CC) News Letterman
BATTLE: LOS ANGLES (DIGITAL) (PG-13) *Source Code - PG13 - 100 Min. # News ment Insider (N) (TVPG) sis” (N) (TV14) (TV14)
11:40AM, 2:25PM, 5:10PM, 8:00PM, 10:50PM (1:50), (4:00), 7:50, 10:15 ) Love-Ray- King of How I Met How I Met Monk (CC) (TVPG) Monk (CC) (TVPG) King of Love-Ray- My 9 House of
BEASTLY (DIGITAL) (PG-13) mond Queens Queens mond News Payne
12:15PM Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules - + Family Family Two and Two and Smallville “Scion” (CC) Supernatural (CC) PIX News at Ten Jodi Seinfeld Seinfeld
Guy (CC) Guy (CC) Half Men Half Men (TV14) (TV14) Applegate. (N) (TVPG) (TVPG)
DIARY OF A WIMPY KID 2: PG - 110 Min. My Wife Two and Two and Family Monk (CC) (TVPG) Monk (CC) (TVPG) Phl17 Friends Family Entourage
RODRICK RULES (DIGITAL) (PG) 1
(1:35), (2:10), (4:05), (4:45), 7:05, 7:50 and Kids Half Men Half Men Guy (CC) News (TVPG) Guy (CC)
11:30AM, 1:10PM, 2:15PM, 3:40PM, 4:45PM, AMC Secret Window (PG-13, ‘04) ›› Johnny Deliverance (R, ‘72) ››› Jon Voight. An Appalachian Deliverance (R, ‘72) ››› Jon
6:10PM, 7:25PM, 8:40PM, 9:50PM 9:20 Depp, John Turturro, Maria Bello. canoe trip turns bad for four businessmen. Voight, Ned Beatty. (CC)
HALL PASS (DIGITAL) (R) Sucker Punch - PG13 - 120 Min. AMER Flea Mar- Today at Beach- Beach- Movie (TVPG) Movie (TVPG)
ket Auction combers combers
(9:50PM) EXCEPT WED (1:50), (2:40), (4:15), (5:20), 7:15, 7:40, AP The Haunted (CC) The Haunted (CC) The Haunted (CC) I’m Alive “Ambushed” The Haunted (N) I’m Alive “Ambushed”
HOP (DIGITAL) (PG) (TVPG) (TVPG) (TVPG) (N) (TVPG) (TVPG) (TVPG)
11:30AM, 12:20PM, 1:00PM, 2:00PM, 2:50PM, 9:40, 10:15
ARTS Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds (CC) Criminal Minds “Road- Criminal Minds (CC) Breakout Kings (CC)
3:35PM, 4:30PM, 5:20PM, 6:20PM, 7:00PM, Limitless - PG13 - 110 Min. (TVPG) (TVPG) (TV14) kill” (TV14) (TV14) (TV14)
7:50PM, 8:45PM, 9:30PM, 10:20PM (2:20), (5:00), 7:40, 10:00 CNBC Mad Money (N) The Kudlow Report The Celebrity Apprentice Creating a commer- America’s Next Great Mad Money
(N) cial for a video phone. (TVPG) Restaurant
INSIDIOUS (DIGITAL) (PG-13)
12:10PM, 2:40PM, 5:10PM, 7:40PM, 10:10PM
Paul - R - 120 min. CNN Situation Room John King, USA (N) In the Arena (N) Piers Morgan Tonight Anderson Cooper 360 (N) (CC)
(N)
KING’S SPEECH, THE (DIGITAL) (R) (1:45), (4:10), 7:00, 9:25 COM Scrubs Scrubs Daily Colbert Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Gabriel Iglesias: Hot Dave Chappelle: Killin’ Comedy Comedy
(TV14) (TV14) Show Report (TV14) (TV14) and Fluffy (CC) Them Softly Central Central
11:35PM, 2:15PM, 4:55PM, 7:45PM, 10:30PM The Lincoln Lawyer - R - 125 min.
LIMITLESS (DIGITAL) (PG-13) CS SportsNite Sixers NBA Basketball New Jersey Nets at Philadelphia 76ers. Sixers SportsNite (CC) Sixers City State,
(1:55), (4:30), 7:15, 9:50 Pregame From Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. Post. Union
11:25AM, 12:55PM, 2:10PM, 3:35PM, 4:55PM,
Battle: Los Angeles - PG13 - 125 min. CTV Church- EWTN Daily Mass The Holy Life on the Rock Catholi- Stations- The World Over Ray- Rome Women of
6:15PM, 7:35PM, 8:55PM, 10:15PM Poor Gallery Rosary (TVG) cism Cross mond Arroyo. Reports Grace
LINCOLN LAWYER, THE (DIGITAL) (R) (2:00), (4:40), 7:15, 9:50 DSC Cash Cab Cash- When Fish Attack Hogs Gone Wild (CC) American Loggers American Loggers (N) Hogs Gone Wild (CC)
11:35AM, 2:20PM, 3:45PM, 5:05PM, 6:30PM, (CC) Chicago (CC) (TVMA) (TVPG) (CC) (TVPG) (CC) (TVPG) (TVPG)
Red Riding Hood - PG13 - 105 min. DSY Good Luck Wizards- Suite Life Good Luck Phineas Fish Wizards- Good Luck Good Luck Fish Wizards- Suite Life
7:50PM, 9:15PM, 10:35PM
MARS NEEDS MOMS (3D) (PG) (2:30), (5:00), 7:35, 10:05 Charlie Place on Deck Charlie and Ferb Hooks (N) Place Charlie Charlie Hooks Place on Deck
(N) (TVG) (TVG) (TVG)
12:20PM Rango - PG - 115 min. E! After After E! News (N) Sex and Sex and Kendra Kendra The Soup (N) (TV14) Chelsea E! News
PAUL (DIGITAL) (R) (2:15), (4:50), 7:40, 10:05 Lately Lately the City the City (TV14) Lately
12:45PM, 3:15PM, 5:45PM, 8:15PM, 10:45PM ESPN MLB Baseball: Red Sports- NBA NBA Basketball Boston Celtics at Atlanta Hawks. From NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lak-
RANGO (DIGITAL) (PG) Just Go With It - PG13 - 125 min. Sox at Rangers Center Philips Arena in Atlanta. (Subject to Blackout) ers at Utah Jazz. (TV14)
11:40AM, 2:20PM, 4:50PM, 7:20PM, 9:55PM 10:10 ESPN2 High School Basket- ATP Tennis Sony Ericsson Open, Men’s Sec- Boxing Friday Night Fights. (Live) (CC) SportsCenter (Live)
ball ond Semifinal. From Miami. (CC) (CC)
RED RIDING HOOD (DIGITAL) (PG-13) UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
* MET: Live in HD - Rossini’s Le Comte Ory FAM Still Stand- Still Stand- America’s Funniest America’s Funniest America’s Funniest America’s Funniest The 700 Club (CC)
11:45AM, 2:10PM (4:45PM) EXCEPT WED (7:20PM) ing ing Home Videos (CC) Home Videos (CC) Home Videos (CC) Home Videos (CC) (TVPG)
EXCEPT WED Saturday April 9, 2011 at 1PM FOOD Best Minute Iron Chef America Chopped “Squashed” Diners, Diners, Diners, Diners, Unwrappe Unwrappe
SOURCE CODE (DIGITAL) (PG-13) All Showtimes Include Pre-Feature Content Dishes Meals Drive Drive Drive Drive d d
12:15PM, 2:35PM, 5:00PM, 7:15PM, 9:35PM (Parenthesis Denotes Bargain Matinees) FNC Special Report With FOX Report With The O’Reilly Factor Hannity (N) On Record, Greta Van The O’Reilly Factor
Avoid the lines: Advance tickets available from Fandango.com Bret Baier (N) Shepard Smith (N) (CC) Susteren (CC)
SUCKER PUNCH (DIGITAL) (PG-13) “R” Rating Policy HALL Little House on the Little House on the Touched by an Angel Touched by an Angel Touched by an Angel Golden Golden
12:35PM, 1:55PM, 3:10PM, 4:35PM, 5:45PM, 7:10PM, Parents and/or Guardians (ages 21 & Older) must accompany Prairie (CC) (TVG) Prairie (CC) (TVG) (CC) (TVG) (CC) (TVG) (CC) (TVG) Girls Girls
all children under age 17 to an R Rated Feature.
8:20PM, 9:45PM, 10:55PM *No passes accepted to these features. **No restricted HIST Hi-Tech Hitler (CC) Modern Marvels (CC) Ancient Aliens Alien encounters throughout Larry the Cable Guy Modern Marvels (CC)
MET OPERA LUCIA ENCORE discount tickets or passes accepted to these features. (TVPG) (TVPG) history. (CC) (TVPG) (TVPG)
6:30PM 4/6 ONLY
***$2.50 Additional Charge for 3D Attractions.***
No passes, rain checks, discount tickets accepted to these features
H&G Disaster Income Hunters House Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters Hunters
DIY (CC) Property Int’l Hunters Int’l Int’l Int’l Int’l Int’l Int’l Int’l Int’l
NO PASSES 825.4444 • rctheatres.com LIF Intervention “Allison” Pawn Pawn Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba Reba How I Met How I Met
You must be 17 with ID or accompanied by a parent to attend R rated features.
Children under 6 may not attend R rated features after 6pm
• 3 Hrs. Free Parking At Participating Park & Locks with Theatre Validation
•Free Parking at Midtown Lot Leaving After 8pm and All Day Saturday & Sunday.
(CC) (TV14) Stars Stars (TVPG) (TVPG) (TVPG) (TVPG) (TVPG) (TVPG)
MTV That ’70s RJ Berger Silent Diary- Jersey Shore (CC) Jersey Shore (CC) Halloween (R, ‘07) › Malcolm McDowell,
Show Library (N) Facebk (TV14) (TV14) Scout Taylor-Compton, Tyler Mane.

the Dietrich Theater Tioga St., Tunkhannock NICK iCarly iCarly iCarly iCarly Big Time Rush (CC) My Wife My Wife George George The Nanny The Nanny
(TVG) (TVG) (TVG) (TVG) (TVG) and Kids and Kids Lopez Lopez
OVAT Fame “Reflections” Fame “Who Am I, The Nude Dr. Zhivago Zhivago is torn between his love for his wife Dr. Zhivago (Part 2 of
WEEK OF 4/1/11 - 4/7/11 (TVPG) Really?” (TVPG) and his passion for Lara. (Part 2 of 2) 2)
SPD The 10 The 10 Trackside At... (N) SPEED NASCAR Racing NASCAR Racing Trackside
HOP (PG) DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: RODRICK (PG) (TVPG) (TVPG) Center At...
SPIKE Gangland “Maniacal” Ways to Ways to Ways to Ways to The Ultimate Fighter Coal “The Master Auction Auction
Fri. 7:00, 9:00 Fri. 7:10, 9:25 (CC) (TV14) Die Die Die Die (TV14) Mines” (TVPG) Hunters Hunters
Sat. 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Sat. 2:00, 4:15, 7:10, 9:25 SYFY In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (N) (CC) Merlin Arthur and Mer- Being Human “Going
Tale (5:30) (PG-13, ‘07) › (CC) lin are captured. Dutch”
Sun. 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 Sun. 2:00, 4:15, 7:10 TBS Seinfeld Seinfeld King of King of Yes Man (PG-13, ‘08) ›› Jim Carrey, Zooey Yes Man (PG-13, ‘08) ›› Jim Carrey, Zooey
(TVPG) (TVPG) Queens Queens Deschanel. Premiere. Deschanel, Bradley Cooper.
Mon., Tues., Thurs. 7:00 Mon., Tues., Thurs. 7:10
TCM Three Sailors and a Girl (‘53) ›› Jane Pow- Tammy and the Bachelor (‘57) ››› Debbie Mary, Mary (‘63) ››› Debbie Reynolds,
Wed. 12:00, 7:00 Wed. 12:05, 7:10 ell, Gordon MacRae. Reynolds, Leslie Nielsen. Barry Nelson, Michael Rennie.
TLC Cake Boss Cake Boss DC Cup- DC Cup- Say Yes, Say Yes, Say Yes, Randy DC Cup- DC Cup- Say Yes, Randy
LIMITLESS (PG13) PAUL (R)
RANGO (PG) cakes cakes Dress Dress Dress Knows cakes cakes Dress Knows
TNT Law & Order (CC) Bones (CC) (TV14) What Women Want (PG-13, ‘00) ›› Mel What Women Want (10:15) (PG-13, ‘00) ››
Fri. 7:15, 9:30 Fri., Sat. 6:45, 9:00 (TV14) Gibson, Helen Hunt. (CC) Mel Gibson, Helen Hunt. (CC)

Sat. 1:45, 4:45, 7:15, 9:30 Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 6:45 TOON Advent. Batman: Ben 10 Generator Star Wars: The Clone King of the King of the American American Family Family
Time Brave Ult. Rex Wars (TVPG) Hill Hill Dad Dad Guy (CC) Guy (CC)
Sun. 1:45, 4:45, 7:15 RANGO (PG) TRAV Bizarre Foods With Ghost Adventures
Andrew Zimmern (CC) (TV14)
Ghost Adventures
(CC) (TVPG)
Ghost Adventures
(CC) (TV14)
Ghost Adventures
(CC) (TVPG)
Ghost Adventures:
Scariest Moments
Mon., Tues., Thurs. 7:15 Sat., Sun. 1:30, 4:10 TVLD All in the All in the Sanford & Sanford & Sanford & Sanford & Love-Ray- Love-Ray- Love-Ray- Love-Ray- Love-Ray- Roseanne
PAGE 22

Wed. 12:15, 7:15 Family Family Son Son Son Son mond mond mond mond mond
Wed. 12:10
USA NCIS “Under Covers” NCIS “Frame-Up” Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special Law & Order: Special
836.1022 www.dietrichtheater.com (CC) (TVPG) (CC) (TVPG) Victims Unit Victims Unit Victims Unit Victims Unit
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
MOVIES
Watch This: Top TV Picks
Daily grid contains updated information (PA) Parental advisory (N) New programming

6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30
VH-1 40 Greatest Pranks 3 Practical jokes. (TVPG) 40 Funniest Fails Clips of human behaviors Kingpin (PG-13, ‘96) ›› Woody Harrelson,
going wrong. (TVPG) Randy Quaid. Premiere.
WE Charmed “Soul Sur- Charmed The Lady of Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden Golden
vivor” (TVPG) the Lake. (TVPG) Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls Girls
WGN-A Dharma & Dharma & Old Chris- Old Chris- Old Chris- Old Chris- How I Met How I Met WGN News at Nine Scrubs Scrubs
Greg Greg tine tine tine tine (N) (CC) (TV14) (TV14)
WYLN Legislative I.N.N. Combat Showcase Ultimate Combat WFX Overload Local News Classified Topic A
News (CC) (TVPG) Experience (TVMA)
PREMIUM CHANNELS
HBO Fast & Furious (5:00) Runnin’ Rebels of REAL Sports With Ricky Ger- Eastbound Real Time With Bill Real Time With Bill
(PG-13, ‘09) ›› Vin UNLV (CC) (TVPG) Bryant Gumbel (CC) vais & Down Maher (Live) (CC) Maher (CC) (TVMA)
Diesel. (TVPG) (TVMA)
HBO2 Whip It (PG-13, ‘09) ››› Ellen Page, Marcia The Hangover (R, ‘09) ››› Hop: HBO Cop Out (R, ‘10) › Bruce Willis, Tracy Mor-
Gay Harden. A Texas teen joins a roller-derby Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, Zach gan. Two NYPD detectives must retrieve a
team. (CC) Galifianakis. (CC) valuable baseball card. (CC)
MAX Running Scared (R, ‘86) ››› Spider-Man 2 (7:45) (PG-13, ‘04) ››› Tobey Maguire, X-Men Origins: Wolverine (PG-13, ‘09) ›› AP PHOTO
Gregory Hines, Billy Crystal, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco. Peter Parker fights a man Hugh Jackman. Wolverine becomes involved
Jimmy Smits. (CC) who has mechanical tentacles. (CC) with the Weapon X program. From left, Musicians Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Dave Grohl, Tay-
MMAX Rush (5:00) (R, ‘91) The Time Traveler’s Wife (PG-13, ‘09) ›› Green Zone (R, ‘10) ›› Matt Damon. Army Lingerie Get Him lor Hawkins and Pat Smear, of the Foo Fighters, arrives at the
››› Jason Patric, Rachel McAdams, Eric Bana, Arliss Howard. inspectors seek weapons of mass destruction (CC) to the
Sam Elliott. (CC) (CC) in Iraq. (CC) (TVMA) Greek Pre-Grammy Gala & Salute to Industry Icons with Clive Davis
SHO White Triage (6:35) (R, ‘09) Colin Far- The King’s Inglourious Basterds (8:25) (R, ‘09) ››› Brad Pitt, Strikeforce Challenger honoring David Geffen.
Stripes rell. A photographer’s girlfriend Speech Mélanie Laurent. iTV. Jewish-American soldiers seek Series Stockton.

‘SNL’ and Foo Fighters meet again


investigates his partner. Nazi scalps in German-occupied France.
STARZ District 9 Cloudy With a Chance of Meat- Starz Stu- Grown Ups (8:16) (PG-13, ‘10) › Camelot (Series Premiere) (N) (:45)
(4:30) balls (PG, ‘09) ››› dios Adam Sandler. (CC) (CC) (TVMA) Camelot
TMC B-Girl (5:30) (PG-13, What Just Happened? (R, ‘08) ›› Robert Extreme Movie (R, ‘08) Michael I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell NEW YORK — NBC’s “Saturday was fired from TV’s No. 1 comedy
‘09) Julie Urich, Missy De Niro. A movie producer picks his way Cera, Frankie Muniz, Jamie (R, ‘09) › Matt Czuchry, Jesse Night Live” has lined up Elton after ridiculing his bosses. Radar
Yager. through the Hollywood jungle. Kennedy. Bradford, Geoff Stults.
John and Helen Mirren for hosting Online reported that CBS exec-
duties on back-to-back shows this utives “want him back now” and

FOUR-STAR MOVIES month. would “forgive and forget” the past


John will pull double duty tomor- few weeks of Sheen’s outbursts.
row. He’ll host and share the stageNBC News reporter Jeff Rossen,
with fellow musical guest Leon who has interviewed Sheen fre-
Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/1/11 Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/3/11 cus stage a bold parade to escape quently, tweeted that CBS had
from Czechoslovakia. Russell. John will debut as host. It’s
SUNDAY “offered him his job back” but that
FRIDAY 3:00 a.m. (TBS) American Beauty A his first return to the show in near-
talks were still ongoing. Later,
5:20 a.m. (CIN) Zorba the Greek A man in midlife crisis and at odds with ly three decades.
8:22 p.m. (FMC) Butch Cassidy Rossen clarified to say that Sheen
lusty Greek peasant shows a British his wife begins working out to Next week, the Oscar-winning
and the Sundance Kid When a per- would have to come to terms with
writer how to live and run a lignite impress his teenage daughter’s Mirren will make her “SNL” debut,
sistent posse threatens two outlaws’
mine. (HDTV)
Warner Bros., the studio that owns
friend. (HDTV) with musical guest the Foo Fight-
romp through Wyoming, they decide the rights to “Two and a Half Men,”
Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/4/11 Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/6/11 ers.
to take their act to Bolivia. before any deal could happen.
“Saturday Night Live” airs at 11:30
10:52 p.m. (FMC) Butch Cassidy MONDAY WEDNESDAY p.m. Eastern time Saturdays.
For the record, neither Warner
and the Sundance Kid When a per- Bros. nor CBS is commenting. But
8:00 a.m. (TCM) Mrs. Miniver 9:15 a.m. (TCM) Dodsworth An — The Associated Press there is no indication that the
sistent posse threatens two outlaws’ William Wyler’s Oscar-winning clas- industrialist and his frivolous wife ••• studio’s stance toward Sheen has
romp through Wyoming, they decide sic about the tensions faced by a retire to Europe, where their mar-
to take their act to Bolivia. family of hard-working Brits in war- Meanwhile, rumors of Charlie changed since it sacked him. Or
riage ends.
1:22 a.m. (FMC) Butch Cassidy torn England. Sheen’s return may have been since the actor filed a $100 million
5:45 p.m. (TCM) The Treasure of
and the Sundance Kid When a per- 12:00 p.m. (AMC) Taxi Driver A dis- the Sierra Madre Three unlucky greatly exaggerated. lawsuit against the company short-
sistent posse threatens two outlaws’ turbed New York cabby befriends a Americans seek gold in Mexico, Is he headed back to “Two and a ly thereafter.
teenage hooker and frees her from Half Men”? Don’t hold your breath. Sheen’s camp denies any return to
romp through Wyoming, they decide agreeing beforehand to split it
her pimp. (HDTV)
to take their act to Bolivia. equally. The Web rumor mill has been busy the CBS series.
3:45 p.m. (TCM) Goodbye Again — McClatchy-Tribune
Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/2/11 Neglected by her lover, a Parisian 8:00 p.m. (TCM) Friendly Persua- with word that CBS was ready to
lady accepts the attentions of a sion Southern Indiana Quakers try take Sheen back, even though he News Service
SATURDAY to stay out of the Civil War.

Vac–Way
much younger man.
8:00 p.m. (TCM) Gone With the Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/7/11
9:00 a.m. (TCM) Frankenstein
Baron Frankenstein creates a mon-
Wind A fiery Southern belle strug-
THURSDAY APPLIANCE & SERVICE INC.
gles to return her family’s estate to
ster from cadavers and a killer’s its original magnificence after the 8:00 a.m. (FMC) Unfaithfully Yours
brain. Civil War. A British conductor mistrusts his wife LAWN MOWER OR VACUUM CLEANER
1:45 p.m. (CIN) The Last Samurai
In the 1870s a Westerner is caught
Wilkes Barre 4-Star Movies for 4/5/11 and plots three scenarios of revenge SNOW BLOWER TUNE-UP SERVICE
to music. Includes:
in the middle of a battle between TUESDAY 9:45 a.m. (CIN) The Last Samurai
Includes:
Japan’s emperor and the samurai. 6:00 a.m. (FMC) Man on a In the 1870s a Westerner is caught
Sharpening blade, Belt, Bulb, Brushes,
(HDTV) Tightrope Members of a family cir- in the middle of a battle between oil change, spark plug, Electrical Check-up,
adjust carburetor, Lubricating,
electrical check, Cleaning
TV TALK
LAWN MOWER
lube and clean. OR SNOW
BLOWER TUNE-UP
OR
Friday 7 a.m. < “Today” Author Anne light on the meanings of common VACUUM
Kreamer; jeans for every shape and dreams. (TVPG) CLEANER SERVICE
Today size; figure skaters Meryl Davis and 9 a.m. (FNC) “America’s Newsroom” STARTING AT

$
6995
6 a.m. 6 “The Daily Buzz” (TVG) Charlie White. (N) (N)
6 a.m. (CNN) “American Morning” 8 a.m. X “Better” Richie Sambora; 10 a.m. 0 “The Ellen DeGeneres
(N) Judge Karen Mills-Francis; “Priscilla Show” Katie Holmes; Kim and
6 a.m. (FNC) “FOX and Friends” Queen of the Desert”; budgeting for Kourtney Kardashian; OneRepublic.
(N) summer. (TVPG) (N) (TVG)
7 a.m. # 6 “The Early Show” 9 a.m. # “The Dr. Oz Show” 10 a.m. < “Today” (N)
Chef Michael Isabella; musician Omegas; stress incontinence; pet 10 a.m. U “The Doctors” NBA star
Miranda Lambert. (N) allergies. (TVPG) Magic Johnson; how to avoid salt.
7 a.m. X “Morning News with 9 a.m. 0 “Live With Regis and (TVPG)
Webster and Nancy” Kelly” The hosts watch memorable 11 a.m. X “Maury” Mothers want Some Models Higher • Pick-up & Delivery Available • Expires 12/31/11
7 a.m. 0 “Good Morning Amer- moments from the past decade. (N) men to take paternity tests. (TV14) 595 Market St. 601 Cedar Ave. 304 N. Main St.
PAGE 23

ica” Actress Michelle Monaghan; (TVPG) 11 a.m. 0 “The View” Musician • Kingston • • Scranton •
finding the best weekend sales. 9 a.m. < “Today” (N) Billy Ray Cyrus; designer Tory
• Moscow •
(N) 9 a.m. U “Dr. Phil” Dr. Phil sheds Burch. (TV14) 288-4508 343-1121 842-4668
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

nothing funny for them to do? named “Carlos” with an Azar- the egg-shaped Easter Bunny REVIEW

HOP
In the best exchange, Fred ian-Mexican accent, lands con- sleigh (pulled by chicks) and
worries that the rabbit is in sistent laughs. making sure the rabbit looks at What: “Hop”
pain and the rabbit worries The slapstick is mild-man- home behind a drum kit. When Starring: James Marsden, El-
Fred will drive off and hit nered; there’s no romance, not E.B. jams with The Blind Boys izabeth Perkins, David Hassel-
Continued from page 11
something else. a hint of emotion. The best gag of Alabama, you will believe a hoff and the voices of Russell
Fred has to help E.B. find his “You want some baby aspi- might be the one before the rabbit can keep a beat. Brand, Hugh Laurie and Hank
way to Hollywood heavy- rin?” opening credits. The Universal But even for a kids’ movie in Azaria.
weight David Hasselhoff. “Hoff “Oh noooo. SAVE it. You globe logo is shaped like an the post-”Yogi Bear / Marma- Directed by: Tim Hill
Knows Talent,” don’t you might want to run over a baby egg. Director Tim Hill (he duke” marketplace, even for a Running time: 93 minutes
know. And E.B. has to help later!” helmed the first “Chipmunks” critter comedy where the crit- Rated: PG for mild rude humor
Fred find his purpose, his “des- Only Hank Azaria, vamping movie, shockingly) is all wrap- ter has very big feet, “Hop” ★ 1/2
tiny.” it up as the Head Easter Chick ped up in the “Charlie and the stands out as particularly flat-
All well and good. But would in Charge, a megalomaniac Chocolate Factory” scenes — footed.
it kill a writer or three to find a
couple of laughs in all this? Home Made A Holiday Tradition
You’ve got Hugh Laurie and POTATO PANCAKES
Russell Brand and you can’t Al
so B atter Sal
es FETCH’S
give them a couple dozen zin-
Creative American Cooking
for individuals to bazaars

The Potato Shack


Kielbassi Shop
gers to make this thing move
along? Why cast the hilarious **THIS WEEKEND** 27 Wilson Street, Larksville Now Open
O pen Fri .11:30-9:00
Elizabeth Perkins and the relia- TWO DOZEN CLAMS $4.59 S at. & S un. 4:00-9:00 180 Wyoming Ave., Wyoming
bly deadpan Gary Cole (“The
24 Cut Box • 12 Cut Box SHRIMP & CAKE SCAMPI 288-1584 693-3069 • CALL TODAY!
Brady Bunch Movie”) if there’s Over Linguine TUES.-SAT., 10am-6pm
French Bread Pizza MARSALA PORK FLATIRON
3 Slices Per Pack With Rice Pilaf
/2 LB. BAKED
1
Since 1941, Nardone Bros. has been SHRIMP LOVER
Scampi - Fried - Grilled
bringing nutritious, high quality
products to you and your family. SMOTHERED STEAK & CHICKEN FISH FILLET DINNER
FRI. Visit our retail location to Bacon, Onions,
purchase our Pizza items. Mushroom & Cheese Friday, April 8, 2011
GRACES 123 Hazle Street, Wilkes-Barre **GREAT HOMEMADE DESSERTS** Adult: $8.00 • Child: $4.50
DOWNFALL Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-3pm 822-4474 Take-Out: 4-5 PM, Sit Down: 5-6:30 PM
ST. MARY OF THE ASSUMPTION BYZANTINE
SAT.
RICCI’S PIZZA & BEER CATHOLIC CHURCH
JEANNE 155 Park Avenue, W-B • 825-3652 (695 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705)
ZANO BAND LENTEN SPECIALS (Social Hall behind church
(ANNIV. PARTY) Choose Your Own Special • (Monday, Wednesday & Friday) 522 Madison St., Brookside)
• Buy a 10-Cut Tray & Receive 2 Slices FREE!
• Pizza • Boneless Bites • Etc. • 1–Large Round 16” Pizza & 10 Cuts Of Sicilian Pizza $17.49 TICKET RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
• Smoking Permitted The only thing cheap about our pizza...is the price!! Limited Number of Tickets • Rectory - 822.6028
279729

OAK ST • PITTSTON TWP.


654-1112 View our menu at: www.menusNEPA.com R
R

Ad Compliments of Ray & Charlotte Hendershot

Lenten Specials DALLAS AMERICAN LEGION


•Shrimp Salad Sandwich $6.95
•Rutter Ave. (Request No Bacon) $6.25 FRIDAY
HIDDEN DRIVE
•3 Salad Combo
(Tuna, Egg, Shrimp) Over Greens $7.99
•Gnocci Haluski (Fridays Only) $5.95
•Fish n Chips $6.50 @ 9:00
•Shrimp/Chips $7.50
ENTERTAINMENT SATURDAY
SkyBox Sports Bar (822-6600)
SPERAZZA BAND
•Homemade Crabcake Sandwich $6.95
•Shrimp & Crabcake Sandwich $6.95 @ Grotto Pizza Outside the Wyoming Valley Mall
•Homemade Baked Mac-N-Cheese $5.95
•The Gordy Haddock Sandwich $5.99 Live Entertainment During Happy Hour, Fridays 5-7 @ 9:30
•Yuengling Lager Scallops Tonite SPERAZZA DUO
w/Fries & Cole Slaw $6.95 EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 8PM
Lenten Soups Grand Slam Sports Bar (639-3278) KARAOKE WITH JOE MIRAGLIA
@ Grotto Pizza Harveys Lake
Call Ahead! SUNDAY, APRIL 10 @ 1PM
Shrimp Bisque Tonite 8:30
Maryland Seafood Chowder
New England Clam Chowder
PHYLIS HOPKINS BAND HAM RAFFLE AT THE BAR
Cream of Broccoli & Cheddar Gateway Sports Bar SUNDAY, APRIL 17 • 1-4PM
Grotto Pizza, Gateway Center, Edwardsville (331-3278)
Saturday Night featuring $1.95 Coors Light Drafts CHILDREN’S EASTER PARTY
Sat. April 2 Special Rates For Hall Rentals Available
Come see the Final Four! Call 674-2407
PAGE 24

517 Pierce Street •Pierce Plaza 730 Memorial Highway • Dallas • 675-6542
Kingston, 283-3354 www.grottopizzapa.com
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
savvy
REVIEW him. He can only carry out his mis-

CODE
sion.
What: “Source Code” But Capt. Stevens, being the he-
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Mi-
roic sort, is determined to mess
chelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga,
Jeffrey Wright around with this fake reality until
Continued from page 13
Directed by: Duncan Jones he can master it, eight minutes at a
but he’s not having it. He is Capt. Running time: 93 minutes time. Local fashion feature
Colter Stevens. He was in Afghan- Rating: PG-13 for some violence, Like Bill Murray in “Groundhog
istan. How did he get here? including disturbing images Day,” Colter learns. Slowly. He
For eight minutes this confusing ★★★ makes mistakes. And each time he
backandforthgoeson.Andthen— does, he dies, only to wind up back
kablooey. The train explodes. And LOT of Chicago with a dirty bomb inthatpodwherehiscontrolofficer
Capt. Colter Stevens wakes up in a if they don’t find him in a flash. debriefs him and tries to get him to
communications pod, where he Vera Farmiga plays the officer do her bidding.
learns that he has spent the last who “handles” Colter. He must go “Source Code” makes you skip
eight minutes of this guy Sean’s life back on that train, she tells him, re- past the sci-fi and ponder how you
in Sean’s body, re-living Sean’s real- living his own version of “Ground- might like to spend your last eight
ity. The military sent him. They hog Day,” until he can finger the minutes, who or what you’d sacri-
want him, as Sean, to help them get bomber. He can’t change the out- fice everything for and if you can
the guy who blew up the train, the comeofthetrainblast,theheadsci- solve this eight-minute puzzle fas-
guy who threatens to blow up a entist (Jeffrey Wright) lectures ter than Capt. Colter Stevens.

INSIDIOUS
gates, and next thing you know, The best horror movies get the
he’s in a coma that medical sci- audience talking back to the
ence can’t explain. As Renai screen, and “Insidious” does that,
stares mournfully at her little boy and how. You’ll have to fight the
Continued from page 12
as the nurse explains how to lubri- urge to yell “Don’t go in there” or
ther (Patrick Wilson) in denial. cate the breathing tube she’ll “Something just KICKED your
Renai and Josh and their three have to remove, clean and insert front door in, DON’T turn off the
kids have just moved into a nice, every day, the quietly chilling alarm, you idiot!”
older wooden two-story home home settles into mourning. One can cast a jaundiced eye at
that should be out of the reach of a Neither Renai nor her husband Wan and Whannell’s role in the
high school science teacher and doubt her sanity, a convention of popularization of grim, soul-
his stay-at-home wife. Well, she these movies. She’s seeing bloody crushing “torture porn.” But their
does dabble in songwriting. handprints on her comatose son’s departure from it is fun and full of
But at home alone, she’s hear- sheets and little boys dressed in jolts. It’s PG-13 and nobody has to
ing things in this quiet, creaky 1920s clothes in her kid’s closet. hack off their own anything.
house. So does their oldest son, She knows something’s up. Josh Nothing “Insidious” about

“F
Dalton (Ty Simpkins). He investi- is oddly tuned-out. that.

Win Irem Shrine ashion is


expressing

Circus Tickets my inner artistic


style through
clothing. It is

ader will award 25 lucky winners
The Times Leader
a family 4-pack
ck of tickets each to the 62nd
a means of self-
annual Shrine Circus expression.
at the 109th
Armory in Kingston,
gston
gston,
April 25-30. Return the completed
entry form by April 14th to
The Times Leader.
ader. Winners will be
Madonna Trombetta, 50
announced in the April 17th edition of Wilkes-Barre
The Times Leader.
ader.r Nurse Liaison at Hospice Community Care and
HCC Home Health; Graduate of the Fashion
Institute of Technology, NYC
Return completed contest form to: The Times Leader, Circus Tickets, 15 N. Main St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711 by April 14, 2011.
Name: ______________________________________________________
Shoes: BCBG, Tights: HUE,
Address: _____________________________________________________ NUMBER
Kimona sleeved dress: Michael Kors,
City: ________________________________ State: ____ Zip: ___________
Do you subscribe to The Times Leader? ❑ Yes ❑ No
ONE
AUDITED
Accessories: studded belt & bangle bracelets
NEWSPAPER
Would you like to subscribe? ❑ Yes ❑ No IN LUZERNE COUNTY
– AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS (ABC) Think you’re fashionable?
PAGE 25

No purchase necessary. Prizes have no cash value and are nontransferable. Winners will be randomly selected and agree to having their name and/or likeness used for
publicity. You must use the entry form that appears in the newspaper or a reasonably accurate facsimile drawn by hand. Copies may be examined at our 15 N. Main St., Send your photo and contact info to:
Wilkes-Barre office. Contestants may submit as many entries as they wish but are limited to one entry per envelope. No registered mail will be accepted. Sponsors’
rpugh@timesleader.com
265470
277377

employees and their immediate families are not eligible to enter.


THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

ALL JUNK CARS & CALL THE HOME OF THE MASTER PLUMBER
PSYCHIATRIC & COUNSELING
EARLY SVC., PC

TRUCKS WANTED CARL KRASAVAGE & SONS


Free Removal. Call Anytime. PLUMBING & HEATING Dr. S. Rahman, M.D. Nick Telincho
Highest Price Paid In Cash! • COMPLETE PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Psychiatrist Therapist

263006
268997
• REPAIRS & INSTALLATION • BATHROOM REMODELING
V&G 570-574-1275 • KITCHEN SINKS, FAUCETS, DISHWASHERS, GARBAGE Expertise in Panic Attack Expertise in Family/
DISPOSALS, ICE MAKERS INSTALLED, INSTANT HOT ETC Depression, Anxiety, OCD, Bipolar, Marital/Couple/Grief/
ARMANDO • HOT WATER HEATERS • DRAIN CLEANING SERVICES • WATER
FILTERS & CONDITIONERS • BOILERS - COAL, OIL, GAS ETC.
PTSD, ADHD Phase of Life Counseling

CONSTRUCTION 40 YEARS EXP.


• A.C. SPLIT SYSTEMS
R. 477 Church St. EMERGENCY
Now accepting
new patients for


Anger Management
Childhood Abuse

Roofing
SERVICE medicaton management. • Drug/Alcohol/Smoking Cessation
√ FULLY INSURED Swoyersville AVAILABLE Patients of all ages welcome. • Hypnotherapy
RES. & COMM.
288-8149 Accepting Medical Assistance, Medicare, BC/BS, Geisinger
√ Siding & most insurances

√ Decks
CHECKERBOARD INN
SHAVERTOWN MOUNTAIN TOP HAZLETON BLOOMSBURG DANVILLE
(Back Mountain)

240348
474-0100 454-2545 784-5663 275-0390
674-3939

√ Additions SPECIALS
(570) 751-6085
Shrimp Grevetsi
Sauteed Shrimp with chopped
tomatoes, spinach with a brandy
& garlic butter sauce
8oz House Marinated
Sirloin Steak
Dan’s Keystone Grille
served with 2 sides.
Get The Benefits
You Deserve!
served with 1 side.
Pizza Special - Broccoli with Pesto Rosso Sauce - Old Forge Style • PAGACH
Now In Our 8th Year!
Try Our New Pizza Available Wed. & Fri. during Lent
Back Room Available For Parties • Catering Off Premises Available 12 CUTS FOR $10.99
Social Security See all our specials at www.checkerboardinn.com
Carverton Road, Trucksville • 696-1648
WEEKEND FEATURES
Disability Fish & Chips Fried Seafood Combo
Claimants represented by $9.99 $12.99
verbrook
attorneys are more successful
in obtaining benefits. Call me
for a FREE CONSULTATION. “Belly Buster” These Features served
I can help.
Pub & Grille Beer Battered Haddock with French Fries
Member of the National
Organization of Social Security
Claimants’ Representatives
Friday & Saturday Specials
Fish & Chips
Now Open 7 Days A Week $13.99 & Cole Slaw
Full Menu Available - Credit Cards Accepted!
Mon & Tues 4 - 10pm
Served with Coleslaw 162 Union St., Plains, PA • (570)820-0411 • 1 Mile Off Rt. 315
Janet A. Conser Seafood Portofino
Wed - Sat 12 - 10pm • Sun 12 - 9pm

THEOS METRO
Attorney At Law Served with salad & warm french rolls Now Featuring
Pagach Daily Specials!
1575 Wyoming Ave., Forty Fort
OFF SITE CATERING NOW AVAILABLE
283 -1200 259 Overbrook Road • Dallas, PA 18612
273176

Over 25 Years Experience Phone: 570-675-2727 • www.overbrookpub.com Greek American Cusine


Full Menu Available: Steak, Seafood, Fish, Chops, Pastas, Burgers & more
Mondays 2 for Tuesdays
12 oz. Lobster Tail Dinner $2495 2 Can Eat for $22
338 Coal Street Wednesdays - Greek Night Thursdays - Lamb Night
2 off any Greek Specialty Entree Dinners Starting At $1295
$ 00

Wilkes-Barre Sundays - FREE Kids Meal With Each Adult Entree (under 10)
BAR HOURS: 11:00AM-2:00AM
7 DAYS A WEEK
596 Mercer Ave. Kingston
283-2050
For A Complete Menu & Coupon Visit www.theosmetrorestaurant.com

EVERYTHING MUST GO!!!


Savings Up To 50% OFF APRIL SPECIAL!
Completely
Installed 24 ft.
All In Stock Clothing, Parts, and Accessories Pool Package for
$
2,983!
• Today Thru Saturday
• All Well Known Name Brands
Specializing in
Tues-Fri 10-6 • Sat 10-4 Above & Inground
Pools!

570-200-RIDE(7433) • 800-95RIDER(74337) Pools • Spas • Liners


Chemicals • Accessories
PAGE 26

www.ridersworld.com Tom Kehler • (570) 696-9700


29 North Memorial Hwy., Shavertown, PA 18708
THE GUIDE

THE GUIDE
WE WANT
YOUR GOLD &
ANYTHING
A OF
NYTHING OFVVALUE
ALUE
Magic Nails
FULL SET
HIGHEST CASH PAID Regular $22.00 & up

Receive your best Now Only $20.00


offer and come visit us! NAIL FILL
Regular $13.00 & up
Always Buying: Gold, Diamonds, PEDICURE
Watches, Jewelry, Broken Jewelry, Regular $22.00 & up
N Only $12.00
Now

Now Only $20.00


Costume
Cost
Co stum
ume Jewelry,
e Je
Jewe
welr
elr
l y
y,, A
Antiques,
ntiq
ntiq
ques,, Coins
Coi
oins
ns
WE CARRY BIAGI WATCH BATTERIES
ITALIAN BEAD ONLY $4
BRACELETS! INSTALLED! Prom
Prom Special
Speci
ciial
a
Discounts For Wedding Let Us Wait On You,
Parties 5 People & Up Hand and Foot
SPECIALIZED IN BUYING & SELLING LARGE DIAMONDS Clothing Alterations
476 Bennett Street, 115 W. End Rd., Hanover Twp, PA
Luzerne • 570-288-1966 Tues. - Sat, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
820-0600
268553

Mon-Fri 10-6 • Sat 11-6 Mon. By Appointment

THE TIMES LEADER’S


THE TIMES
MES LEA D
EADER FANTASY WEDDING
GIVEAWAY IS SPONSORED BY

Fantasy edding
THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES:

ENT GIVEAWAY
E
NOWgh TO R
throu 2! WIN
!
April

Send us a video or photo


of you and your fiancé!
Video record how you met and show us your personalities!
Or send us a photo of the both of you together and we’ll
interview you in person! The 10 best submissions will be
selected by a panel of judges at The Times Leader. These
winning couples will participate in a live, game show-like
contest to be held at Arena Bar & Grill. The winning couple of the
live contest will receive The Times Leader Fantasy Wedding!
Mail or drop off the entry form below along with your videoo
or photo or enter at timesleader.com or theweekender.com. m.
If sending a video, it must be no longer than 3 minutes. It can
be of any common format and quality. Use your camercorder,
web cam, digital camera or cell phone!

THE TIMES LEADER Return this form and your video to: The Times Leader, Fantasy Wedding, 15 N. Main
Fan
Fantasy St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711. All entries must be received by Saturday, April 2, 2011. If
submitting online, all entries must include the information below. Your wedding date must

edding
G
GIVEAWAY
be between July 31, 2011 and December 31, 2012 to qualify. Must be 21 years of age or
older to enter. Finalists will be notified by phone and will move to the final round.

NAMES: _____________________________________________
ADDRESS: ___________________________________________ NUMBER
CITY _______________________ STATE ____ ZIP ____________
PHONE: _____________________________________________
ONE
AUDITED
PAGE 27

E-MAIL ADDRESS: ______________________________________ NEWSPAPER


275330

APPROX. WEDDING DATE: _______________________________ IN LUZERNE COUNTY


– AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS (ABC)
THE GUIDE THE GUIDE

FRIDAY FISH FRY


Fried Fish Platter $8.95 PIZZA PERFECT
16 Carverton Road, Trucksville
$
2 OFF www.omarscastleinn.com • 675-0804
2 Dinners with this ad SUNDAY BRUNCH Murder Mystery • April 3 FRIDAY SAME ORIGINAL RECIPE, HAND MADE, HAND BAKED
Open Fridays Until 7pm 10am-2pm KARAOKE WITH
PIZZA • WINGS • AND MORE!
Amelia’s Diner
Memorial Highway - Shavertown
674-5630
$
9 95
Over 24 Homemade Items
Audience Participation
VOTED #1 SHOW IN
JOE MIRAGLIA
VOTED #1 IN
LUZERNE COUNTY
696-2100
Mon.-Wed. 4-10PM • Thurs 4-11 • Fri 11-11 • Sat. 12:30-11 • Sun. 2-10
LUZERNE COUNTY
“A delightful place to unwind with someone special – a place to
enjoy an excellent meal that does not demand a king’s ransom.”

7 DAYS A WEEK IN APRIL


- The Anonymous Gourmet

SURF & TURF


651 Wyoming Ave. • Kingston
283-4322 • 283-4323
2 Large 16” Cheese Pizzas
6 oz. COLD WATER LOBSTER &

16
...casual dining with a difference!
$ 95 Weekend Features
Alfredo Tuna Cassarole $14.95
6 oz. FILET MIGNON – $25.99
Tax & Toppings Extra
White Albacore Tuna tossed in our rich Alfredo sauce and baked with
blended mozzarella cheese and Elbow Noodles. Served with House Salad.
25 STEAMED CLAMS – $4.25
Cannot be combined with any other offer.
One coupon per visit. Expires 4-7-11 Shrimp Fra Diavlo $17.95 FRIDAYS & SUNDAYS
Sauteed shrimp, tomatoes, bell peppers and garlic tossed
in pasta of your choice and a spicy marinara sauce. 11 AM TILL 5PM AND DAILY 3:30 TILL 5PM
Char Grilled NY Strip Style Sirloin $19.95 UNLIMITED SOUP, SALAD & BREADSTICKS
Topped with balsamic infused silver dollar mushrooms
and fire roasted bleu cheese crumbles.
ANY OF OUR HOMEMADE SOUPS
Sunday Special
Chicken & Biscuits $10.95
Plus:
Garden Fresh House Salad or Caesar Salad only
$ 99
6
Our famous home-style Chicken & Biscuits served with & Oven Warmed Bread Sticks
mashed potatoes and gravy. Mmmm...what a way to go!
or:
Inquire about our private dining room for any occasion
Fish & Chips, Shrimp & Chips, Clam Strips
HAPPY HOUR & Chips or Chicken & Chips
Come try out Costello’s new lounge with a full bar and lounge chairs
We are now offering 1/2 price drinks Sunday - Thursday 4pm - 6pm.
Gateway Shopping Center, Edwardsville WATERFRONT
West Side Mall • Edwardsville • 570-714-4912 (570) 714-7777 WWW.COSTELLOS.INFO
304 KENNEDY BLVD.
PITTSTON
654-6883
COUNTRY
CO
OUNTR
RY CLUB
CLUB

FAST, HOT DELIVERY


BRUNCH WITH THE EASTER BUNNY
LENTEN SPECIALS PIZZA DOUBLES
Plus Tax Plus Tax 2 Medium Pizzas $13.95
Fish & Chips $695 + tax 2 Large Pizzas $17.95
Gather your family and bring your camera for a delicious brunch hosted Fish & Sub $595 + tax
by the Easter Bunny. Reservations are recommended. MIX & MATCH
Tuna Sub $595 + tax
Any 3 Subs or Wings
Tossed w/Tuna $395 + tax
Chef w/Tuna $595 + tax $15.95
EASTER DINNER BUFFET Januzzi’s Pizza & Subs WE CATER LARGE GROUP
With this coupon. Not valid with other offers. EVENTS - PLEASE CALL BEFORE
Offer Expires 4-14-11. YOUR NEXT MEETING!
(plus tax & service charge for both)

Enjoy your favorite holiday foods, like honey baked ham and slow roasted
2 Tickets to Movies 14 WB
prime rib, without the hassle of cooking. Reservations are required. 1 Medium Pizza • 1 Topping • 2 Drinks
The Irem Country Club’s alcohol policy will be in effect.
We Cater Parties At Movies 14

We’re more than just great pizza...


All-inclusive packages suit your every need, giving you the
A see our entire menu at www.januzzispizza.com
wedding of your dreams. HOURS: Mon.-Thurs. 11AM - 11PM
PAGE 28

Fri.-Sat. 11AM - 12AM • Sun. 12PM - 11PM


276858

279430

20 E. Northampton St. Wilkes-Barre • 825-5166