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InsIDe WAR Is oVeR But for some, the memories will never end. After journeying to Vietnam, an area artist created an installation reflecting that fact.
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6 Precious metals Love shiny things? “Raising Expectations,” a metal art exhibition, is on gleaming display at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art.
13 Comedy for dummies Comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham is bringing his crazy cast of characters, including two new faces, to Wells Fargo Arena.
10 Extra life It’s another few weeks of big releases, starting with additions to the “Assassin’s Creed” and “Legend of Zelda” franchises.
15 Cold hard Cash Doug Allen and Nicole Evans will bring the Man in Black to life with “American Icon: A Tribute to Johnny Cash” at the Diamond Jo.
12 Toxic rock Poison frontman Bret Michaels will shake things up, bringing nothin’ but a good time at a Nov. 6 performance in Waterloo.
21 Straight Up salute A Bob Hope-inspired tribute to Vietnam veterans, featuring the band Straight Up, takes place Nov. 19 in Waterloo.
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RED, HOT and SAUCY Kathy Griffin brings fiery comedy to Cedar Valley
athy Griffin is known for her feisty humor, poking fun at celebrities from Lindsay Lohan to Kim Kardashian and beyond with stories that feel more off-the-cuff than scripted. With four — count ’em, four — television specials on Bravo this year alone, plus
a multitude of other projects, Griffin is a busy woman these days. Nevertheless, Pulse magazine got her to answer most of our questions via email. We say most — though there were rumors of her dating Old Spice pitchman Isaiah Mustafa, she wouldn’t
PULSE: What is the difference, or is there a difference, between an Iowa/Midwest crowd
and a crowd elsewhere?
KATHY GRIFFIN: Well, first of all, the gentlemen there are much more corn fed, which I like. In fact, I enjoy few things more than a posse of shirtless Midwest farm hands doing manual labor, preferably in my dressing room. As for the audiences in general, don’t let the Midwest fool ya, they’re just as naughty and willing to go to all sorts of dirty places. PULSE: Why come to Cedar Falls, Iowa? KATHY GRIFFIN: You mean besides my quest to find any Iowa residents who are actually proud that Michele Bachmann claims it as her home state? Remember when she got confused and said that Waterloo was the hometown of John Wayne? Except it was actually serial killer John Wayne Gacy who lived there?! What the hell, Iowa? Seriously, though, I love that the Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center is at the University of Northern Iowa. College towns are always so great. Not only are they up to speed on all the latest pop culture news (hello, Kim Kardashian divorce!) but they’re of course paying attention to the Iowa caucuses, which will be right around the corner, so we can dip our toes into whatever breaking political insanity is in the news that night. PULSE: Do you still think of yourself as a D-list celebrity? Where do you grade yourself on the celebrity scale?
PULSE: Bravo has hosted several of your specials as well as the “D-List” reality show. Is your relationship with them still strong, and are you expecting further projects through Bravo? KATHY GRIFFIN: My relationship with Bravo is indeed still strong. We made stand-up comedy history this year with my specials and we’re always talking about other shows and projects. PULSE: What was it like guest-starring on “Glee” last year, playing a Bachmann/ Palin/etc. character? In what ways are scripted television shows different than stand-up, and which do you prefer? KATHY GRIFFIN: “Glee” was heaven. Ryan Murphy is a genius and the cast is so friggin’ talented. Scripted shows are an entirely different animal than stand-up, but keep in mind I spent four seasons on NBC’s “Suddenly Susan,” so I know that world well. And by “world” I mean Brooke Shields’ mood swings. Seriously, read my book.
“Banned, re-banned, it’s hard to keep track when you’re getting ready to hit on the beefcakes of Cedar Falls.”
KATHY GRIFFIN: Haha, well, I’m at whatever spot on the celebrity scale that includes spending Christmas with Cher (no that’s not the name of an album, it’s my friggin’ LIFE) and doing a sold-out run on Broadway. Not to mention four original stand-up specials in one year for Bravo, which, if I may say so, is unprecedented in the comedy world. The D-List theme was fun for a few years but I’ve moved on. Lucky for Cedar Falls, I’m still the same trash-talker who spills all the dirt. PULSE: Now that the “D-List” is done, are you pursuing more television projects with Bravo or elsewhere? KATHY GRIFFIN: Absolutely. In addition to the four original stand-up specials for Bravo and touring literally around the world, I’ve done a bunch of guest spots on everything from “Glee” to “Drop Dead Diva.” And stay tuned because I think you might be seeing the Kathy Griffin late night talk show pretty soon.
answer whether he smelled like the deodorant all of the time, or just some of the time. But never mind that. We’ll assume the former “D-List” star is saving that story for her upcoming Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center show on Dec. 11.
PULSE: What’s this being banned, allowed back and re-banned
from “The View?” There were also rumors that you were banned from CNN, Leno and Ellen, but then they had you back. Any truth to these, and do you find that you can’t stay banned from a place for long?
KATHY GRIFFIN: Banned, re-banned, it’s hard to keep track when you’re getting ready to hit on the beefcakes of Cedar Falls. I’ve done virtually all the late night shows in the past year, so there’s no banning there. Daytime is a bit different, though I’ve done my pal Anderson Cooper’s new syndicated show a couple times and I’ve done “The Talk” on CBS a bunch, too. The only place I’m truly banned from is my mom’s stash of boxed wine.
PULSE: You did four specials this year. Is that where you focus has been? KATHY GRIFFIN: Yes, like I said, the four original stand-up specials on Bravo were a historic project in the comedy world. So obviously those have taken a lot of work. But I’ve also made time for all sorts of guest spots and talk show appearances and, of course, the countless live shows I do year-round. I sleep like two hours a night but that’s fine. If I slept any more Oprah would sneak into my room and kill me. PULSE: What’s on the horizon? KATHY GRIFFIN: I have one more special airing on Bravo and I’m constantly touring doing stand-up. As I mentioned, I’m considering doing a late night talk show. In the meantime, I’m focused on trying to shock the good people of Cedar Falls on Dec. 11. This Christmas, leave the Bibles at home.
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Aluminum art Raising Expectations, an exhibition organized by the Iowa Metals Guild, was chosen from metal artists currently living in Iowa, those who have taught metals in Iowa and those who have received their metal arts education in Iowa. The work showcased varies from wearable to sculptural and uses a wide range of technical processes and materials to achieve each unique
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1. “Winter’s Rest” by Leeyeon Yoo, 2. “Unfurled” by Melissa Lovingood, 3. “Man Made Myth” by Ryan Porritt, 4. “Nebula” by Delbert Jackson, 5. “Bird Tree” by Sunghee Yoon
Celebrate Galena Cellars’ new vintage with wineinspired lunches, dinners and tastings at Nouveau Wine Weekend. The weekend officially kicks off at noon on Friday, Nov. 18, with traditional French stew and wineinspired lunches at many area restaurants. At 2:30 p.m., horse-drawn wagons sporting revelers will deliver Galena Cellars’ 2011 Nouveau wine. Sample more than 200 wines from Albarino to Zinfandel and value-priced Chardonnays to pedigreed Cabernets at the grand tasting event from 3:30
design. The diversity of materials and processes reflects the creative range of jewelry and metal arts found in Iowa. This exhibition is both a juried and invitational show.
to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19. Galena Cellars Vineyard and Winery is marking its 27th year. The family-owned winery produces more than 40 award-winning varietals and approximately 50,000 gallons of wine annually. Grand Tasting Saturday, Nov. 19 @ 3:30 PM Galena Convention Center, Galena $30 advance, $35 door | nouveauweekend.com
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One of the last big titles as the sun sets on the Wii, “Skyward Sword” takes Link to new heights — literally. He must leave the cloud city of Skyloft and dive to the surface to save Zelda, using the precision controls of the Wii Remote Plus to hack up enemies.
Ezio finds himself in Constantinople, where a growing army of Templars threatens to destabilize the entire Ottoman Empire. Use stealth, hookblades and bombs to take down your enemies. And don’t miss the chance to play as Altair, Ezio’s mentor and the original hero of the “Assassin’s Creed” games.
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I didn’t get to spend very long with “Kirby’s Return to Dreamland” — so many games, so little time — but I got the full, chaotic fourplayer experience while I did. Player 1 has to be Kirby, but players 2 through 4 can choose from a differently colored Kirby or Meta Knight, King Dedede and Waddle Dee, each with unique fighting abilities. Being Player 1 is a big responsibility: because the multiplayer is drop-in/drop-out, the rest of the characters are considered dispensable. The camera follows the main Kirby, and though lives are used up if supporting players die, only the death of Player 1 triggers a restart for the level. Overall, the feel and story — reassembling the vessel of a shipwrecked stranger — hearken back to the series’ roots, something I’ve been hoping for, and it makes the game that much more enjoyable.
I’ve reviewed “Cave Story” before, in its WiiWare incarnation, so I won’t get into a lot of backstory here. But this is the little indie game that could, going from a free PC download to a full-fledged physical release for the 3DS. The sidescroller has been redone in 6-D — that’s what I’m calling polygonal graphics combined with 3-D viewing — and it looks pretty sharp, though I mostly played with the 3-D turned off entirely. New features include a ton more life capsules to find as well as some new areas, both secret and required. The game is as fun as ever, and the circle pad on the 3DS makes controlling Quote a breeze. Diehard fans may want to pick this up just to have a handheld version, but this is a great time for the uninitiated to get on the “Cave Story” bandwagon.
Not a lot has changed for the fourth chapter of unofficial “King’s Quest” sequel “The Silver Lining.” It’s still a fine effort for a free, fan-made game, but the imperfections don’t get a free pass because of it. The voice acting still varies from great to I’mgoing-to-kill-you-if-you-don’t-shut-up awful; I play with the captions turned on, though the writing still needs a strong editor to make some much-needed trims and additions. Sometimes the game will make fun of you for trying to talk to a person or use certain objects, actions that should have their own dialogue trees instead of the default responses. But the puzzles at the core still frustrate — just like those in a good adventure game should — until the oh-so-obvious answer slaps you in the face. I’m looking forward to the no doubt epic conclusion of part five.
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The Third Street Saints gang has taken over Stilwater and become celebrities — but will their newfound fame (and sneaker line) be enough to keep them on top as the Syndicate demands tribute? Take the fight to Syndicate territory by invading Steelport using tanks and airstrikes. PC, PS3, X360; Nov. 15.
Get ready for horse riding, canoeing, soccer and badminton, the new sports in the 2012 version of this Olympic series. There’s also a new London Party mode, featuring minigames near famous landmarks around the city. The 3DS version drops on Valentine’s Day — still months ahead of the actual London games. Wii; Nov. 15.
The Rabbids have been hogging the spotlight, but Rayman is back as the center of attention in his origin story. (Bet you’d have never guessed that from the title.) Four-player dropin/drop-out co-op spans 60 stages through the Glade of Dreams, which is being ripped apart by nightmares. PS3, Wii, X360; Nov. 15.
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
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it’s the shooter that launched the Xbox, and “Halo” is back in a remastered form with seven of the most popular multiplayer maps for its 10th anniversary celebration. Take Master Chief through the original campaign before booting up Xbox Live for network action. X360; Nov. 15.
Yes, there really have been 13 iterations of this combat sim, starting with then-annual arcade installments in 1994 — and that’s if you don’t count the remakes and the spinoffs. 30 characters duke it out for supremacy in “Xiii,” including fan favorites like K’ and Vice. PS3, X360; Nov. 22.
Spoiler alert: This game involves wrestling. Lots and lots of wrestling. in fact, it’s pretty much all wrestling. Play as Superstars, Divas or Legends like Randy Orton, John Cena, The Miz and Alberto Del Rio. You can guess who belongs in which group. PS3, Wii, X360; Nov. 22.
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Poison frontman and solo artist Bret Michaels will perform Saturday, Nov. 26, at McElroy Auditorium on the National Cattle Congress grounds in Waterloo. The show will feature Michaels and his band, along with an opening act that will earn its spot in a Facebook contest. A Facebook event page will be created for each of the bands that have entered the contest and the bands are responsible for convincing their fan base to RSVP to the event. The band with the most RSVPs by the end of the day on Nov. 18 wins and will take the stage in a major concert setting. “I love the idea of a local band getting the chance to showcase their talent in a big way on a big time rock concert stage with a full
sound and light show,” Michaels said in a press release. Michaels has been a renowned performer for 25 years and has starred in his own reality shows, “Rock of Love” and “Bret Michaels: Life as I Know It.”
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Kelly Pardekooper is a songwriter, singer and guitar-playing noisemaker currently based in Los Angeles. He is releasing his sixth album, “Yonder,” produced by Grammy Award nominee Bo Ramsey. Pardekooper has toured all over the United States and Europe and been featured everywhere from SXSW to the Take Root Festival in Amsterdam. He was awarded an emerging artist grant from Jim Beam Whiskey. Recent television song credits include “True Blood,” “Cold Case” and “Sons of Anarchy.” Saturday, Nov. 26 @ 8 PM The Englert Theatre, Iowa City $12 | 319.688.2653 | englert.org
What can BroWn do for you? One of American folk music’s most prolific and profound singer/ songwriters of the past three decades, Greg Brown has earned respect from his peers and a far-flung, passionately devoted fan base through his burnished, intimate baritone; a seemingly effortless gift for swinging, organic melody; and humble, unvarnished poetic grace that can imbue even the most mundane, everyday human endeavors and emotions with quiet dignity, startling insight and gently twisted humor. “Freak Flag,” the Iowa native’s 24th studio album, was mostly recorded in Memphis, Tenn., with the artist’s longtime sidekick/guitarist Bo Ramsey producing. It features nine Brown originals plus a gorgeous pair of cuts borrowed from his mega-talented family: wife Iris Dement’s “Let the Mystery Be” and daughter Pieta Brown’s “Remember the Sun.” Friday, Nov. 18 @ 8 PM The Englert Theatre, Iowa City $25 | englert.org
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Allen, an avid Johnny Cash fan, was inspired to perform Cash’s music because of the open dialogue that Johnny shared with him. Allen captures the physical appearance, vocals, speech, mannerisms and spirit of the immortal Cash.
Featuring classic songs as well as his later works, the characters of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash are portrayed by international performers Doug Allen and Nicole Evans in “American Icon: A Tribute to Johnny Cash.”
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Six years after Miranda Lambert torched a new path for country music with her debut album, “Kerosene,” she continues to burn Mu through the boundaries of Nashville’s Music Row by experimenting with fresh sounds and unexpected themes. Her fourth solo al album, “Four the Record,” opens with “All Kinds Of Kinds,” a non-judgmental song that references a congressman who is a closeted transvestite and a pharmacist who secretly feeds herself and her family pills. Next comes “Fine Tune,” a tale of erotic awakening that includes an electronically processed vocal over a woozy, bluesy pop arrangement unlike anything in country music, past or present. In other words, Lambert continues to follow
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Lou Reed aficionados loathe the fact that punk’s godfather would dare pair with pedestrian metal dudes. Metallica fans are wildly disgusted that the thrash gods welcomed this grating, tuneless infidel into their temple. Good. Repulsion is a fine place to start when it comes to their “Lulu” collaboration. Based on playwright Frank Wedekind’s violent tale of an alluring lass using sexual wiles to rise through German society only to fall into poverty, prostitution and worse, Reed’s lurid lyrics are KELLY CLArKsoN | STRONGER
The heartbreak kid is back. “Stronger” is another beautifully bilious batch of recrimination and rock throwing. Try this lyric: “I may not be Einstein but I know dumb plus dumb equals you.” As always, the inaugural “American Idol” winner loads her album with big, brazen tracks like “What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger),” ‘‘You Love Me,” ‘‘I Forgive You” and “Let Me Down.” It’s pow•
her own muse and grow creatively — and the Texas native and country music are better for it. Whether she’s singing about wild women (“Mama’s Broken Heart,” ‘‘Fastest Girl in Town”), deceitful lovers (“Same Old You,” ‘‘Dear Diamond”) or enduring love (“Easy Living,” ‘‘Safe”), Lambert fills her new collection with bold songs that utilize sounds and images that mark her as an artist who refuses to play it safe. But what makes “Four the Record” entertaining isn’t just that Lambert is so daring; the album stands out because the chances she takes result in songs that connect on a deeper, more meaningful level than most of her contemporaries. — Michael McCall, The Associated Press
On “Baggage Claim,” a Top 10 hit for Lambert, she shows off a strutting, soulful vocal that plays nicely off of Jay Joyce’s slide acoustic guitar and Steve Winwood’s Hammond organ. The result engagingly updates the southern soul of the 1960s. LoU rEED & mETALLiCA | LULU
aptly incendiary and corrosive. While there are a few awkwardly pretentious rants (e.g., “Mistress Dread”), the self-hating poetics of “Dragon,” the wrenched ardor of “Pumping Blood” and the recoiling humor of “Brandenburg Gate” are particularly and vividly pernicious. Throughout these frank moments, guitarist Reed and his partners in grime make ghoulish avant-metal of the first degree, brooding, pile-driving, noise without melody. —A.D. Amorosi, Philadelphia Inquirer
er pop designed for repeated radio play. The quiet interludes are lovely — for instance, “Mr. Know It All,” with its refreshingly uncluttered production and restrained vocals. Moments like that are rare on “Stronger.” But then if, like this Texas native, you have a flamethrower for a voice, the whole songbook is flammable. — David Hiltbrand, Philadelphia Inquirer
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he resurgence of Journey and the band’s hit “Don’t Stop Believin’” may have given fans hope of a reunion, but former lead singer Steve Perry says that’s probably not going to happen. “It’s like any emotional, committed relationship. At some point, they seem to all have a shelf life and bands are no exception,” he said. “Life has moved us all on in different places in our lives. They’re doing what they’re doing — they have been since ’98. And I’ve been doing what I’m doing, which is living my life and having a personal life.” Perry, who rarely does detailed interviews, spoke to The Associated Press by phone ahead of the recent release of Journey’s “Greatest Hits Vol. 2” and the remastered version of Perry’s 1984 solo album, “Street Talk,” which included the No. 1 hit “Oh Sherrie” and the ballad “Foolish Heart.” His former bandmates have continued on since Perry’s departure 13 years ago, performing as Journey with a new lead singer, Arnel Pineda. Pineda sounds like Perry, who was once ranked by Rolling Stone magazine as No. 76 of the greatest 100 singers of all time. Perry doesn’t dwell on the band’s current lineup, saying that everyone has moved on, but said he relishes the songs he did with Journey that keep getting airplay. Thirty years after its release, Journey’s most memorable hit — “Don’t Stop Believin’” — manages to keep getting rediscovered in new contexts. The song, which Perry wrote with Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain and guitarist Neil Schon, has shown up in the Broadway show “Rock of Ages” (which Perry said he hasn’t seen), the cut-to-black finale of “The Sopranos” and the movie “Monster,” for which Charlize Theron won an Oscar for best actress. Most recently, it appears in Brad Pitt’s “Moneyball.” But it has probably reached its youngest audience through the hit TV show “Glee,” which has also featured other Journey hits “Faithfully” and the medley version of “Any Way You Want It/Lovin’ Touchin’ Squeezin.’” Perry said he’s stunned that “Don’t Stop Believin’” continues to resonate with so many people. “It’s very shocking because now I’m getting it for 7-, 8-, 9-, 10-year-olds coming up to me, and they love that song and they’ve made it their song,” said Perry. “It’s just amazing to me.” He said when he was first shown the pilot for “Glee,” he wasn’t sure if he wanted “Don’t Stop Believin’” to be used. He said he and his former band members are careful to make sure Journey’s songs are used to their standards: “There’s been so many requests for silly food products over the years.” These days, Perry’s doing his own thing in the recording studio. At 62, he has some health issues but is feeling good overall. He even left open the possibility of touring again — just not with Journey. “We have severely, emotionally gone our separate ways.”
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Waterloo 10 Year Anniversary Bash featuring Illegal Smile, The Goodyear Pimps, The Beat Strings, 8Foundead, Eddie Buzzard, Unity, Hazer and Still Tickin’ 7 p.m., Spicoli’s The Diz Diz 8 p.m., The Isle Heath Allen 9 p.m., Jameson’s Cedar Falls Marcus Kjeldsen and the Taste 9 p.m., The Hub Dubuque & Galena Apple Dumplins 9 p.m., Georgie’s Skyline Full Code Band 8 p.m., The Twisted Pickle Heartbeat 8 p.m., Dubuque Driving Range Ian Gould 7:30 p.m., Frank O’Dowd’s Laura McDonald and Jeff Weydert 1 p.m., Grape Escape Massey Road 9 p.m., Northside Menace 9 p.m., Denny’s Lux Club Okham’s Razor 7 p.m., Stone Cliff Cedar Rapids Bad Girl No Biscuit 7 p.m., Java Creek Dueling Pianos: Michael English and Philly Williams 9:30 p.m., Piano Lounge Gimikk 9 p.m., Chrome Horse John Wayne and the Pain 9 p.m., Toucans Kantirocks 9 p.m., Red Baron Lady Lowe 4 p.m., Shuey’s (Shueyville) Sparks 41 8 p.m., Parlor City Pub
Iowa City Boothill Ridge 9 p.m., Wildwood Nugget with First Born Unicorn 9 p.m., Iowa City Yacht Club
Waterloo Bill Chrastil 8 p.m., The Isle The Diz Diz 9 p.m., Spicoli’s Cedar Falls Blue Suede Cruze 9 p.m., The Blue Room Checker and the Bluetones 6 p.m., The Hub The Dean’s List with OnCue, Gilbere Forte and Skool’d 8 p.m., Wheelhouse Pork Tornadoes 9:30 p.m., The Hub Dubuque & Galena Frankie Lee and Richard Wiegel Trio 7:30 p.m., Galena Brewing Co. Katie Sullivan 7:30 p.m., Frank O’Dowd’s Okham’s Razor 9 p.m., Grape Escape Cedar Rapids Billy Lee Janey Group 9 p.m., Parlor City Pub Daylight Savings Account 7 p.m., Java Creek The Nields 8 p.m., CSPS Skin Kandy 9 p.m., Chrome Horse Iowa City American String Quartet with Maia String Quartet 7:30 p.m., Riverside Recital Hall, University of Iowa Greg Brown with The Pines 8 p.m., Englert Jazz After Five featuring Equilateral 5:30 p.m., The Mill Jeremy Messersmith with Lucy Michelle and the Velvet Lapelles and Joe Fassler 9 p.m., The Mill
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Waterloo Bill Chrastil 8 p.m., The Isle Dakota 7 p.m., Jet Lounge Ill Convoy 9 p.m., Spicoli’s Urban Legend 9 p.m., Jameson’s Cedar Falls Blue Suede Cruze 9 p.m., The Blue Room The Sequels 9:30 p.m., The Hub Sideshow Bob 7 p.m., The Hub Dubuque & Galena Bad Fished 9 p.m., Jumpers Blue Willow 7 p.m., Stone Cliff Dubuque Symphony Orchestra 7:30 p.m., Five Flags Theater Johnny Rocker 7:30 p.m., Galena Brewing Co. Katie Sullivan 7:30 p.m., Frank O’Dowd’s Laura McDonald and Jeff Weydert 1 p.m., Grape Escape Massey Road 9 p.m., Pit Stop Menace 9 p.m., Dirty Ernie’s (Farley) PashNBrew 8 p.m., Knicker’s Renegade Band 9 p.m., Northside The Resistors 9 p.m., Embe’s Cedar Rapids Clovis Mann 9 p.m., Parlor City Pub Downward Fall 9 p.m., Chrome Horse Flaming Cameros 4 p.m., Shuey’s (Shueyville) Jasmine, 7 p.m., Java Creek
Waterloo Fatcat 9 p.m., Jameson’s Mick Staebell 7 p.m., The Isle Cedar Falls Puddle of Mudd with Pop Evil and Lansdowne 7 p.m., Wheelhouse Dubuque & Galena 12 Car Pile Up 9 p.m., Northside Bryan Popp 9:30 p.m., Mystique Laura McDonald and Jeff Weydert 8 p.m., Spirits Paul McHugh 7:30 p.m., Frank O’Dowd’s Cedar Rapids Ambushed 9 p.m., Parlor City Pub Bob Dorr and the Blue Band 3 p.m., Parlor City Pub Bob Dorr and the Blue Band 8 p.m., Gatherings Electric Mule 9 p.m., Chrome Horse Eleventh Hour 9 p.m., Red Baron Mass, Faurot and Crist 7 p.m., Java Creek Iowa City Jazz After Five featuring The Hands of Time Quartet 5:30 p.m., The Mill North Forty 9 p.m., Wildwood T’Bone with Alex Body 8 p.m., The Mill
Waterloo Bret Michaels 7:30 p.m., McElroy Auditorium Mick Staebell 7 p.m., The Isle Wicked Andersons 9 p.m., Jameson’s Cedar Falls Dakota 9 p.m., Mr. G’s Dubuque & Galena Bad Fished 10 p.m., The Other Side (East Dubuque, Ill.) Bryan Popp 9:30 p.m., Mystique Fizgig 9 p.m., Northside Half-Fast 9 p.m., Courtside Jabberbox 9 p.m., Jumpers Kevin Beck and Johnnie Walker 9 p.m., Spirits Laura McDonald and Jeff Weydert 1 p.m., Grape Escape Massey Road 9 p.m., Georgie’s Skyline Paul McHugh 7:30 p.m., Frank O’Dowd’s Zero 2 Sixty 8 p.m., Dubuque Driving Range
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Cedar Rapids Brandon Gibbs 4 p.m., Shuey’s (Shueyville) Mike and Rob Show 9 p.m., Parlor City Pub Slap N Tickle 9 p.m., Chrome Horse Terry McCauley 7 p.m., Java Creek Iowa City Kelly Pardekooper 8 p.m., Englert Neil Hewitt 9 p.m., Wildwood Randy Weeks 8 p.m., The Mill
11.11 TEXAS HIPPIE COALITION, BLEEDCHAIN, SUPERHOLIC, LYIN HEART | 9.00 PM 11.12 TEN YEAR BASH! THE GOODYEAR PIMPS, THE BEAT STRINGS, ILLEGAL SMILE, 8 FOUNDEAD, EDDIE BUZZARD, UNITY, HAZER, STILL TICKIN | 7 PM 11.18 THE DIZ DIZ | 8 PM 11.19 HIP HOP SHOW W/ ILL CONVOY AND PRO SMOKE | 9 PM 11.24 KARAOKE | 9 PM
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Ding, Dong! The WiTch is Back! Are you ready for the most “Popular” show on Broadway? The cast of “Wicked” have parked their broomsticks in Des Moines for another run of the real story behind “The Wizard of Oz.” The green-skinned but talented outcast Elphaba finds herself rooming with popular, pretty Glinda at Shiz University. As the two learn more about each other, their animosity cools — until a handsome prince named Fiyero enters the picture. When Elphaba finally gets to meet the Wizard of Oz, she and Glinda have to choose between doing what is popular and what is right. Tiffany Haas is making her tour debut as Glinda after several years in the Broadway cast as a swing and touring as the Glinda understudy. Through Sunday, Dec. 4 The Civic Center, Des Moines civiccenter.org
Over Here! The Grout Museum District will host “USO Follies in Saigon: A Tribute to Vietnam Veterans” in honor of the third anniversary of the Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum. Those in attendance will enjoy a Bob Hope-inspired show featuring the band Straight Up.
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The revival of “West Side Story” on which this tour is based opened to critical acclaim in 2009. The musical played 27 previews and 748 regular performances, making it the longest-running production of this groundbreaking show in Broadway history.
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Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 7 The Civic Center, Des Moines $20 and up | 800.745.3000 | civiccenter.org
Originally directed and choreographed by Jerome robbins, “West Side Story” opened at the Winter Garden Theatre on Sept. 26, 1957, and garnered passionate reactions from critics and audiences alike. The piece has often been credited with changing the entire course of American musical theater.
The tour of the smash hit Broadway revival of “West Side Story” is coming to Des Moines from Tuesday, Feb. 7, through Sunday, Feb. 12.
The new Broadway cast album of “West Side Story” won the 2010 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album. The Bernstein and Sondheim score is considered to be one of Broadway’s finest and features such classics of American musical theater as “Something’s Coming,” “Tonight,” “America,” “I Feel Pretty” and “Somewhere.”
A silent auction will be held during dinner and the show. Items up for bid include a trip to Jacksonville, Fla., to visit USS The Sullivans. The winner of the Sullivan Brothers Outstanding Military Family Award also will be announced.
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ou can hear traffic in the background as you talk to Dylan Walsh. He’s been spending a lot of time lately on the sidewalks of New York City. With a newborn in his apartment, it’s almost impossible to carry on an uninterrupted phone conversation inside. And as the co-star of TV’s No. 1 new drama, “Unforgettable,” he spends his workdays pounding the pavement with Poppy Montgomery, solving murders for the NYPD. The premise of the show, averaging just under 14 million viewers so far this season, is that Montgomery has an absolutely encyclopedic memory. She can remember every detail of every day of her life. That means that several times an episode, her character, Carrie, freezes in a kind of trance 22
while viewers see her likeness revisiting the scene of the crime, picking up new details. That leaves Walsh and the rest of the squad in the awkward position of huddling behind her silently, waiting for her to return to the here and now. “We laugh about it,” Walsh says. “What would cops do while she’s staring off strangely? Would they just stop and watch her?” This type of total recall, by the way, while exceedingly rare, does exist. In fact, scientists have identified — how weird is this? — sitcom actress Marilu Henner (“Taxi”) as one of the handful of people confirmed with “superior autobiographical memory.”
Henner is a consultant on “Unforgettable.” “Actually she’s working on the set today,” says Walsh. “Poppy met with Marilu before the pilot. The rest of us went on faith. “I was more interested in talking to her husband. Imagine how daunting that must be. She can remember everything that poor man does.” Walsh was hoping to ambush Henner at the start of production, a plan that didn’t go so well. “She and I had met in 1990 while I was doing a show called ‘Gabriel’s Fire,’” he says. “I couldn’t wait to test her on it. But she jumped me before I could even start and rattled off all these minute details about our meeting, half of which I had forgotten.”
Ed Redlich, the executive producer of “Unforgettable,” terms the condition “a gift and a burden. If you squint at it one way, it’s almost a mental illness.” Walsh doesn’t think he could cope with it. “Marilu makes it seem like fun,” he says. “But I wouldn’t want that ability. I think our self-narrative requires letting things go. Otherwise it’s too much.” Unforgettable 9 p.m. Tuesdays CBS PULSE
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wo years ago, a father and son set out for Vietnam. Ed Wubbena, a Shell Rock resident long troubled by his wartime experiences in the country, hoped to make new memories and see the country in a positive light. His son, Chris, wanted his father to find some peace. He also desired to understand the place and the conflict that had shaped so many. An artist, he promised to sum up the experience the best way he knew how. The multimedia exhibit “Speaking While Listening” opened Nov. 4 at the Waldemar A. Schmidt Gallery at Wartburg College in Waverly. The exhibit, which explores the effects of the Vietnam War and other conflicts, will be on display through Dec. 15. The trip to Vietnam was a wonderful, complex and at times painful experience for Ed. He made new friends and was embraced by people once considered the enemy, but he also confronted ghosts and confirmed the evasiveness of closure. Back at home, Chris wanted to do justice to the experiences of his father and so many others. The idea of an art exhibit felt daunting. “I went through all this work of getting us to go over there and with the promise and expectation that there would be a show that results from all this research,” Chris said. “Right when we got back I said, ‘Oh, no. Now I have to decide what this all means,’” he added. “And that was a weight on my shoulders.” He strived to find a solution, perhaps, by creating not a stagnant sculpture or painting but an exploratory experience that beckons visitors to sort through their ideas and 24
opinions about war and peace. While navigating “Speaking While Listening,” viewers confront an abstract howitzer gun and television sets etched with body count tallies while reading quotes about war and other weighty topics scribbled on cardboard and printed on paper. Debris, both literal and metaphorical, is a frequent theme throughout the exhibit. This much, at least, Ed understands, and it is consistent with this veteran’s recollections of Vietnam during the war and his own scattered memories. “It’s like a mess all the time,” Ed said. “I understood what he was sort of saying there.” The exhibit also includes some of Ed’s wartime memorabilia, his uniform and his medals. Audio and video recordings provide yet another way for the senses to take in the project. Visitors may also contribute an item, picture or perhaps a poem at a shrine-like shelter that serves as a beacon of hope and healing. “I feel that we have all this stuff that’s in the show that’s really focusing on complex issues of war and the war. I kept feeling there has to be a counter,” Chris said. “Because this is ‘Speaking While Listening.’ This shrine is actually the embodiment of speaking while listening.” The exhibit opened at Southeast Missouri State University, where Chris is an associate professor of art, and was on display at Virginia Tech and Southern Illinois University. In the future, Chris hopes to do a collaborative project overseas with Vietnamese artists and other children of the war.
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word Playground: The mosTly True sTory of a former bully | 50 CEnt the boy who grew up to be the gangster-rap superstar 50 Cent has been more than open about his troubled youth. Raised by a single mother who dealt cocaine and was murdered when he was just 12, 50 Cent started dealing drugs and carrying guns in middle school. But that isn’t the story he tells — with the help of co-author Laura Moser — in his young-adult debut, “Playground: the Mostly true Story of a Former Bully.” the fictional account of a 13-year-old’s descent into bullydom is loosely based on 50 Cent’s personal experience, only softened. Incorporating enough urban grit to be believable but otherwise smoothing off the rough edges of inner-city teendom to appeal to a young and mainstream audience, 50 Cent mines the situational psychology of a child who resorts to intimidation and violence. Protagonist Butterball’s voice is slangy, profane, defensive. His attitude is condescending toward authority and remorseless as an aggressor. Butterball’s therapy offers insight into a behavior that few bullies, or their victims, understand. And it shows a path forward that is proactive and redemptive. While few bullies will grow up to be anywhere near as successful as 50 Cent, “Playground,” at least, offers hope. — Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times
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Zone one | CoLSon WHItEHEAd Zombies walked through Colson Whitehead’s sleep a long time before he put them to work. one dream in particular struck off the creative spark for his latest novel, “Zone one,” a bleakly beautiful waltz with the undead. It’s the story of a man nicknamed Mark Spitz — we never find out his real name — trying to survive in a postapocalyptic world where a pandemic has turned much of the human race into zombies. Like rabies, the zombie-making disease is spread by biting. Since zombies hanker for human flesh, there’s more biting here than in a shark tank at feeding time. Cities have been emptied, lots and lots of citizens have been eaten and survivors are on the run. But the human race is fighting back. A provisional American government is trying to eradicate the zombies and rebuild society. Spitz is part of a team of “sweepers,” civilian volunteers who eliminate any remaining undead in Zone one, the part of Manhattan south of Canal Street. the Marines have already swept through and blasted the “living” out of hordes of the living dead. through Mark Spitz, Whitehead shows us the world as it was pre-apocalypse and is after the disaster. this gives him plenty of room to skewer everything from upscale coffee to Internet marketing to happy hour. — Michael D. Schaffer, Philadelphia Inquirer
The liTigaTors | JoHn GRISHAM John Grisham loves an underdog. In “the Litigators” he puts the emphasis on dog. the law firm of Finley & Figg is an unlovable mutt. the case its partners hope will vault them to the big time is flea-ridden. there’s even a canine on the premises: a worthless watchdog named AC (short for Ambulance Chaser). oscar Finley and Wally Figg prefer to call their outfit a “boutique firm,” which fails to dress up the squalid nature of their practice. the office is conveniently located within siren-hearing distance of one of Chicago’s most dangerous intersections. Into this sorrowful kennel stumbles david Zinc, a Harvard-educated corporate lawyer fresh from the world’s speediest mid-life crisis. Gloriously drunk and feeling anything would be an improvement over his stultifying career in a glass-and-steel tower downtown, david signs on as Finley & Figg’s newest (and only) associate. Soon after david’s appearance on their doorstep, Wally finds what he thinks is his golden ticket, a chance to latch onto a class-action suit seeking billions from Varrick Labs for the supposed ill effects of a cholesterol wonder drug. Small-fish Wally, of course, never stands a chance when he tries to feed with the sharks. “the Litigators” may not be best in show, but it displays plenty of good breeding. — Tobin Harshaw, Bloomberg News
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