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MOVIES

ART

MUSIC

WINERIES

Students, Faculty and Staff, Department of Cinema and Heavenly Realms and Photography, SIU Earthly Delights: Open for Carbondale and Totally viewing beginning Tubular Art exhibit from Wednesday, April 4, anthill Cedarhurst’s After School gallery & vintage curiosities, Program; through May 6; 102 N. Front St., Cobden; 618-242-1236; features painter, Judith Bush www.cedarhurst.org. and ceramicist, Darby Ortolano; larger canvases in Receptions this exhibition will be on display ay the Luna Gallery The Kilenge: Life in New in the Yellow Moon Café, Guinea Villages; 110 N. Front St., Cobden; Documentary Photographs anthillgallery.com; and Objects Collected by yellowmooncafe.com. Philip Dark, University Patrons’ Favorites: Museum, SIU; Dark was a Selections from the professor of anthropology Museum’s collections, at SIU Carbondale from University Museum, SIU; 1960-1978; opening includes a mysterious set of reception, 4-7 p.m. Friday, carved cypress, a Japanese March 30; www.museum. crepe silk dress from around siu.edu or 618-453-5388. 1910 and a 19th century Celebrating Southern French charcoal and chalk Illinois Diversity: Closing painting; through April 18; reception, 5-7 p.m. Friday, www.museum.siu.edu or March 30, Little Egypt Art 618-453-5388. Centre, 601 Tower Square, Battle of Shiloh exhibit: Marion; features different Man Can Die But Once: cultures and occupations Shiloh Letters, Morris of people who call Southern Library, SIU, Hall of Illinois home; www.little Presidents and Chancellors egyptarts.com; 618-998exhibit cases; 8530. commemorates the 150th Fantastic Fibers 2012: anniversary of the Civil War Opening reception, battle; through April 20. 5-7 p.m. Saturday, March Classic Images — 31, Yeiser Art Center, Photographs by Ansel downtown Paducah; Adams: Cedarhurst Center artwork created with fiber for The Arts, Mount Vernon; as the primary medium; normally $5 admission; free through May 5; Fantastic admission, Thursday; Fibers runs concurrent with through May 6; 618-242the American Quilter’s 1236; www.cedarhurst.org. Society’s Quilt Week Exhibits: Cedarhurst Wednesday-Saturday, April Center for The Arts, Mount 25-28 in Paducah; 270-442Vernon; New Work by the 2453; www.theyeiser.org.

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Yonder Mountain String Band headlines two St. Louis shows ST. LOUIS — Bounce into spring with two special shows Find interviews, video and at The Pageant Theatre with more at flipsideonline.com. the Yonder Mountain String Band. The breakthrough acoustic duo known as Brown Bird will be opening both shows Friday and Saturday, March 30 and 31. Jeff Austin, vocalist and mandolin player for Yonder Mountain, touched base with us on some unforgettable moments and future plans for the band. “St. Louis is one of the only cities we’ve done a New Year’s away from home. We did a show at Mississippi Nights years ago with Tim O’Brien in the spring. Those were great shows,” Austin said. He described working with different drummers on the upcoming album, saying, “We’ve worked a long time with a lot of other drummers from Futureman with the Flecktones, to Jon Fishman with Phish. Studio time with Pete Thomas is amazing, though.” Yonder Mountain String Band takes the stage in north central Illinois at the Summer Camp Music Festival in late May, and they will be hosting the Harvest Music Festival in Arkansas later this fall. — Matt McGuire

Metal bands playing in Mount Vernon MOUNT VERNON — A number of Southern Illinois metal bands will be joining together for Saturday’s Chaosfest concert at the Moose Lodge, 800 Broadway Ave. Hosted by Southern Illinois Metal Movement, the concert will feature Spirit of Chaos from Mount Vernon, Sacrifice the Gods of Herrin, WashCo Lowlifes of Nashville, Rob Whisenhunt of Mount Vernon, The Arcane Horror of Vienna and Death County of Carbondale. The concert begins at 3 p.m. Saturday and runs until 1:30 a.m. Sunday. Tickets are $6. The concert is open to those ages 16 and older. The event will also be the release party for Spirit of Chaos’ new album. For more information, call 618-242-4110.

FESTIVALS

THEATER

The Carson Center, Paducah; music of Glenn Southern Illinois Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman, Vibesquad: Electronic Harry James, Erskine music artist, 10 p.m. Hawkins, The Andrews Thursday, March 29, Sisters, Frank Sinatra; Sportsblast, 1215 E Walnut St., Carbondale; $10; shuttle $49-32.50; 270-450-4444; www.thecarsoncenter.org. from the Old National Kentucky Opry Talent parking lot on the strip, Search: 7:30 p.m. every $2; www.sportsblast.net; Saturday night through April 618-529-551 7, Kentucky Opry, 88 Chilton Chanson du Soir: Coffee Lane, Benton, Ky.; concert, 7 p.m. Saturday, www.kentuckyopry.com; March 31, Southeastern 888-459-8704. Illinois College, Harrisburg; The Four Tops and The duo from southern Temptations: 7:30 p.m. California; $10; 252-5400 Friday, April 13, Carson ext. 2486. The Lettermen: 7:30 p.m. Center, Paducah; $35-$100; 270-450-4444; Tuesday, April 3, Marion www.thecarsoncenter.org. Cultural and Civic Center; Merle Haggard: 7:30 p.m. $20; www.marionccc.org or Thursday, April 26, Carson 618-997-4030. Center, Paducah; $25-$100; Love, Laughter and a 270-450-4444; Barbershop Song: www.thecarsoncenter.org. Carbondale’s Little Egypt Barbershop chorus, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday Missouri April 21, Herrin Civic Center; Willie Nelson: 7:30 p.m. $10-$15. Sunday, April 8; Show Me

Concerts

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