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16 Thursday, March 20, 1997 Pahrump Valley Gazette Pahrump Valley Gazette Entertainment Extra by Evelyn Ludvigson Entertainment Guide AMARG(XA: Mountain Springs Saloon - Bar, slot machines and a crack- [LongstreetInn, Bar, restaurant and casino. Cash your pay- ling fire. Live music Friday and Saturday and Sunday, call tbr [ekand wing5,000. Nebraska Steak House now open Friday times. Bring your sweetheart here for a romantic evening if [ Saturday, 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday Branch, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. you like rustic. Lunch and dinner available. (702) 875-4266 [(702) 372-1777. Mountain Hew Casino - Bar, restaurant, howling center with , restaurant, slot machines, and live table Cosmic Bowling and casino. (702) 727-7777 Nu Dunes. Bar, slot machines, big screen TV. Friendly atmo- sphere. (702) 727-1100 , Bar & restaurant with great food. (702) OurBar. Bar, slots, Soft Tp dart tournament, every Friday, 8 p.m. Coming Events: Ladies Sunday afternoon DartTourna- t'estamant and casino. Slot Machine Give merits. Saturday, Amateur Comedy Night. (702) 727-1776 553-2368 Pahrutnp Tavern SunsetBar- Open 8 a.m. to midnight. Slots, restatmmt, casino. Nicebig dance floor. (702) mixed drinks, ten different dollar beers. Saturday and Sunday, A! "Most" Jolson - 10 p.m. till midnight. (702) 727-1508. Pahrump Va//ey Hneyards - Tastings Restaurant, Winery tours, restaurant &juke box wine tasting and a beautiful view of Pahrump Valley and our fantastic sunsets. (702) 727-6900 Branch Sa/oon - Bar and slot machines. Sadd/e West - Slots and live gaming (poker, kent, 21, craps, 7 p.m. 9 bali Turkey Shoot. Specials roulette, bingo and I.eay's Sports Book); Weekly slot tourna- campfire dinners Saturday night 6 p.m. ments,Thursdaysat 10a.m. Kenotoumemnts, Saturday 10:30 from I0a.m.- 1 p.m. Rooms and R.V. spaces a.m. and Thursday, 7 p.m. Homier Tool Show March 21 -22 al,lh.,ilO2l?2-1717. Friday and Saturday. Open to the public. No charge. "Tools tbr the Handy Man." St. Patrick's Day corned beef buffet. - Bar, Juke Box and pool table. Open 11 &m. to 10 Banquets; 24 hour restaurant menu with 3 buffets daily (call p.m. Snacks and Pizza. Ladies Night - Wednesday night, 5 for food and bar speciais). (702} 727-1111. p.m.- cbwell drinks and beer- $1. (702) 485-3470 Stagestop- Bar, restauranL slot machines, large dance floor. IAI:IRU]V1P: Restaurant featuring Daily specials. Great Food at Great Priceg Am/o's = Bar and slot machines. Happy hour, Monday - Friday, Visit our Country Fun Corral - Miniature Golf, Go-Karts & 5 - 7 p.m. - all drinks $1, except for top shelf. (702)727-5554 Video Arcade. Open7days. Fun for the Entire Family. This Bogey Cas/no- Restaurant House special, 64 oz Sirloin Steak week's live entertainment, '"'Kool Water" from Pahrump. Dinner. Ladies' nights: Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday - Don't miss the Sunday Jam Session 3 - 8 p.m. Karaoke every ladies drink free from 9 p.m. - midnight. Men's night: Monday Thursday 7 - l I p.m. (702) 727-7300 - men drink free 9 p.m. - midnight (well drinks and domestic Terrible's Town Casino - Bar, restaurant, take-out food, large beer). Every Tuesday, 4 of a kind drawing: Airline tickets to reenTV.s, convenience store. Truck Giveaway, see cagefor either Hawaii, Bahamas, Florida or Cancun. (702) 751-2233. details. Bingo and sports book. (702) 751-7777 Bummer - Karaoke by Norm Wednesdays 8 p.m. - ? Happy Town Hall - Bar, slots, darts, pool and smoker. (702) 727- hour 4 - 5 p.m. daily. Live music on Tuesday, Friday and Satur- 0308 day 8 p.m. - ? (702) 727-1839 VFW-Every Sunday, breakfast 8 - 11 a.m. Donation $.3. Fen- Common Grounds Care - 1031 E. Calvada Blvd. Free enter- turing anew menu every Sunday. (702) 727-6072 Iltainment. (702) 751-1001. TONOpAH: II [[CottonPiddn'Saloon-Bar, restaurant and slot maehines. Check Mizt Hotel-Bar, restaurant and casino. Hotel rooms circa II l lout our special poker slot payoffs! (702) 727-5211 1900. (702) 482-6202 11 |]Doub/e Eag/e - Bar, restaurant, pool tables, dart machines. Dry Station House - Bar, restaurant and casino. Nightly entertain- I | 1[ RVparking. Happy hour daily 3 - 7 p.m. Bar menu. (702) 727- merit except for Monday. l| 174. . . 'qtle Long Kiss Goodnight," Not To Be * '; "it By Barney Basin .g Gazette Reviewer '`The Lon one long action packed film. By the time the final credits roll the two main stars, have been shot, \\; I knifed, blown through signs, drowned, frozen and subjected to about every abuse known to man. It's enough to send an HM.O. rtm- ning for cover. Geena Davis stars as a woman who has escaped her Q. With all the mention of Frank Sinatra in the news these days, I got to thinking about the old Rat Pack and its members that included Dean Mar- tin, Joey Bishop, Peter Lawford, Sammy Davis, Jr., and so on. I was wondering if there was anything like that in Hol- lywood today. Belle J. A. There are some loose- ly-packed groups among the younger actors. But nothing like the Rat Pack which --'by the way -- was started by Humphrey Bogart. He had very close friends whom he saw regularly, and this became the nucleus of the Pack, which then opened up to in- clude the more famous folks you mentioned. Today's young stars are less likely to cut their social contacts down so severely. As I said, they form groups, but these groups are easily changed with the addition or departure of any one or number of members at any time. Q. Is there any chance that they'll put "JAG" back on NBC? I love the show, and was unhappy when it was cancelled. Theresa M. A. I hope by now you will have found "JAG" back on your TV screen. CBS bought the series and ex- pects it to become one of its major ratings winners. Q. Whatever happened to the lovely Nancy Ker- rigan? Did she leave her career as an ice skater? Thank you for answering this letter. Mary D. A. Kerrigan married her coach and recently gave birth to their first child. She expects to return to skating very soon. Q. I'm thrilled about seeing Larry Flagman back on television. I wonder if you can tell me where he got the name, ASK EVELYN Hagman. Wasn't his mother, Mary Martin married to someone called Halliday, and doesn't he have a sister who uses that name? Nancy B. A. Mary's first husband was Ben Hagman, a lawyer from Fort Worth, Texas. She later married a man named Halliday; he was the father of her daughter, Holler. Q. Is Joan Rivers engaged, and if so, how does her daughter, Melis- sa, feel about that? I remember Joan once said Melissa would feel she was betraying the memory of Melissa's father if she remarried. Collette W. A. Joan's engagement has lasted for years. No doubt she and bet mil- lionaire suitor will one day make the trek down the aisle, but Joan says they're not ready yet. As for Melissa, mother and daughter have come through a great deal of emotional pain caused by the suicide of Joan's hus- band and Melissa's father. They have since grown close and supportive of each other's needs. Have a question? Send it to Evelyn Ludvigson, King Features Weekly Service, 235 East 45th Street, New York, N.Y. 10017. 01997 by King Features Synd. past throughAmnesia. Of course N Vol you can't keep a good pas down,  ew unteers so it keeps featuring to haunt her. To help the past remm is Samuel Jackson as a slightly less than straight gumshoe, who is hired by Geena to muck in her past. It's get first puffs of this backward odyssey that is the tone of the story. It's while mucking backwards that the twosome discovers that Geena has powerful spy type enemies, who surface with the singular goal of S | m O e planting her six feet under. Now remember the cold war is over, so the only place to find some real rotten spy types is within the U.S. Government. This is gettingtobeapopularthemelatelythatthe govemment is the real MO3g$ Streams of black smoke filled the Sunday Morning enemy. Sounds like a Rush Limbaugh show. However,  (March 9) sky, as Pahrump Valley Volunteer Firefighters buddies don't just want to kill Geena, they also want to fake a major terrorist attack so they can get their money restored that 1, l.agt il 1 (, 0]0 honed their skills on acres of desert vegetation, belonging was lost through budget cuts. See what happens when spies de- to 50 year resident Perry Bowman. pendongovamnthandouts? . ]hilotpro# 7. That Thing You 1)o So, it's up to Davis and Jackson to foil the terrorist, fred her.past r __ r Sunday's training was an indoctronation for people who and save the day, which they do. . u0uro I/M0r [ira , llarriot tM  have never been in a fire before; it was intended to give In most stories were a couple team up there is a sexual chemis- /. r .. people a first hand look at how fire behaves. try which meanssoonerorlaterit'sofftobedtheygo. Notinthis l-r Wor00wolf Everyone who participated Sunday, has had their share flick. There is more spark available by rubbing two rabbits to- of classroom instruction, including the Jr. Division (ages gether then what is shown in this film. That is exactly the way it , ll0um 00rro00t i0.11;k d 14-1.8). gccordingtoPVFDCaptainTimTaggart, theywill was written and it is rather re- 01q'0 Dal3 be a good asset during fire season. /'/// I I freshing to have two le on [ [an adventure that doesn t turn \\;Ni(,"-'/{ O/)into a bed bounce. Bowman who was looking for a way to clean up the prop- '  " Both Jackson and Davis turn g'0mll " 1!111 erty, is not sure whether he'll sell it or "chop it". - , in high charged performances as two 10 [. BI, 1 "The fire department wanted to burn it as an example," - '--/fl/.] people who are human ira:rotations of said Bowman. t fl'( 'lt" the energizer bunny' ' 727-5010 PllhlllllBIIl' 1 The PVFD would like to train on more of Bowman,s land, x.,flf0#'' " "Long Kiss Cotxtnight,' is yet another but no schedules have been established as of yet. good action film.