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Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter Wednesday, May 12, 2010 15B May's line-up continues with movies and live shows A reading of Shakespeare's "Othello" by students from Feather River College's Eng- lish Department will read Shakespeare's "Othello" tonight, May 12, at 6 p.m. Ad- mission is free. "Date Night" plays Thurs- day - Saturday, May 13 - 15. Claire and Phil Foster (Tina Fey and Steve Carell) are a typical suburban couple whose lives -- including their weekly date nights of dinner and a movie -- have become routine. .To reignite the marital spark, they visit a trendy Manhattan bistro where a case of mistaken identity turns their evening into the ultimate date night-gone- awry. As Claire and Phil take their unexpected walk on the wild side, they begin to re- member what made them so special together. This 88-minute action packed comedy is rated PG-13 for sexual and crude content throughout, language, some violence and a drug reference. Web Site: datenightthe- movie.corn "Diary Of A Wimpy Kid" plays Sunday and Monday, May 16- 17. To Greg Heffley, middle school is the dumbest idea ever invented. It's a place rigged with hundreds of social landmines, not the least of which are morons, wedgies, swirlies, bullies, lunchtime banishment to the cafeteria floor -- and a festering piece of cheese with nuclear cooties. To survive the neverending ordeal and attain the recogni- tion and status he feels he so richly deserves, Greg devises an endless series of can't-miss schemes, all of which, of course, go awry. And he's get- ting it all down on paper, via a diary -- "it's not a diary, it's a journal!" Greg insists, prefer- ring the less-sissyfied desig- nation -- filled with his opin- ions, thoughts, tales of family trials and tribulations, and (would-be) schoolyard tri- umphs. This 94-minute family com- edy is rated PG for some rude lmmor and language. Web Site: wimpykid.com. Films highlighting local livelihoods will play Tues- day, May 18, starting at 6:30 p.m. As part of the Feather River Coordinated Resource Man- agement Group's 25th an- niversary, the theatre will show "Restoring Nature's Reservoirs" (mountain mead- ows in the Feather River wa- tershed) along with the "Pas- sion For The Land," a collec- tion of personal stories about agriculture viability, resource stewardship and preserving a rural way of life. Staff from the FR-CRM, U.C. Cooperative Extension, U.C.- Davis Art of Regional Change and local storytellers will be present for a community dis- cussion. "Hot Tub Time Machine" plays Thursday and Friday, May 20-21. Fueled by energy drinks, vodka and nostalgia for their younger, wilder days, a group of aging best friends travels back in time to 1987, where they get the chance to relive the best year of their lives. And their time machine? Well, it's a hot tub. John Cu- sack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke, Crispin Glover and Sebastian Stan co-star in this out-of-the- box comedy that takes time "Hot Tub Machine" combines science fiction and comedy as a group of aging best friends try to relive their wilder days. travel to a whole new level. This 99-minute science fic- tion/comedy is rated R for strong crude and sexual con- tent, nudity, drug use and per- vasive language. Web site: hottubtimema- chinemovie.com "Oceans" plays Saturday- Monday, May 22 - 24. Disneynature, the studio that presented the record- breaking film "Earth," brings "Oceans" to the big screen. Nearly three-quarters of the Earth's surface is covered by water and "Oceans" boldly chronicles the mysteries that lie beneath. Directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzard dive deep into the very waters that sustain all of mankind, ex- ploring the playful splendor and the harsh reality of the weird and wonderful crea- tures that live within. Featuring spectacular never- before-seen imagery captured by the latest underwater tech- nologies, "Oceans" offers an unprecedented look beneath the sea in a powerful yet en- chanting motion picture. This 84-minute true-life Momboosa Music Festival and summer wine walks Main Street Coffee Bar, Maria Walker's Mexican Restaurant, The Coffee House, Sunshine Gifts, Saint Bernard Lodge, Lake A1- manor Fly Fishing Compa- ny and more. Patrons can pick up their commemorative glass and take in the pines while strolling through these friendly and stylish lakeside shops. Tickets are on sale at momboosamusic.com. Cost MomlJoosa Music Festival welcomes summer with five unique wine and specialty beer walks through down- town Chester beginning Memorial Day weekend and running through August. This summer's featured wine walk participants in- clude B&B Booksellers, Good Vibrations, the Bid- well House, Pizza Factory, The Giggling Crow, Red Onion Grill, Wisteria, Avan- na's Critter Clippers, The is $20 per event. EaCh walk; held from 3-7 p.m., has a unique theme. Saturday, May 29, Cali- fornian/Washington wines. Saturday, June 19, Italian wines. Saturday, July 3, Ameri- can wines Friday, July 16, Pre-Mom- boosa Music Festival, Aus- tralian/New Zealand wines. Saturday, Aug. 7, Chilean/South American wines. adventure is rated G appro- priate for all audiences. Download educational study guides from the films of- ficial Web site dis- ney.com/oceans. "Iron Man 2" plays Thurs- day - Monday, May 27 - 31 Paramount Pictures and Marvel Entertainment pre- sent the highly anticipated se- quel to the blockbuster film based on the legendary Mar- vel Super Hero "Iron Man," reuniting director Jon Favreau and Oscar nominee Robert Downey Jr. In "Iron Man 2," the world is aware that billionaire in- ventor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) is the armored super hero Iron Man. Under pressure from the govern- ment, the press and the public to share his technology with the military, Tony is unwill- ing to divulge the secrets be- hind the Iron Man armor be- cause he fears the informa- tion will slip into the wrong hands. With Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and James "Rhodey" Rhodes (Don Chea- dle) at his side, Tony forges new alliances and confronts powerful new forces. This 125-minute action ad- venture is rated PG-13 for se- quences of intense sci-fi ac- tion and violence, and some language. Website: ironman- movis.marve].om: .... ....... The Town Hall Theatre op- erates under that manage- ment of Plumas Arts. Call the Town Hall Theatre movie line at 283-1140 or find current movie schedules on line quin- cytownhall.com or plumas arts.org. Printed monthly movie schedules are available at the theatre box office. Mem- bers of Plumas Arts receive a monthly emailing of upcom- ing movies. Call 283-3402 to find out how to become a member of Plumas Arts Ishi tour r:alurla2utMa: 2C' e therSie:f Forestry will offer a new tour which travels the Ishi Trail with noted historian Beverly Ogle. Beverly Ogle, writer and historian on the Yana and Maidu Indian tribes, will lead the tour and share her knowl- edge of the Yana and the man called Ishi. Ishi means "man" in Yana. Ishi is believed to have been the last native American in Northern California to have lived most of his life com- pletely outside the European American culture. He emerged from the wild near Oroville, leaving his an- cestral homeland in the foothills near Lassen Peak. The group will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday morning at the Chester library, where partic- ipants will receive morning refreshments and an intro- duction to the day's events and tour guide and hostess. Continuing to Deer Creek on Highway 32, they will take a look at the Old Lassen Trail, Black Rock and the Ishi Mon- ument. The group will also enjoy a picnic lunch along the way. Morning refreshments, lunch and bus transportation are provided as part of the tour, which concludes by 4 p.m. Cost is $50 per person, $95 per couple. Visit the Center of Forestry's website (sierrain- stitute.us) for more informa- tion, or call Lauri Rawlins- Betta at 284-1022 to reserve a place. Sat. May 15 ST 00RTs dk LOUNGE Doors Open at 4pm with Beer Pong 3-Hole Washers Golden Tee Golf and Live Music from the Soldiers of Hi Fi from 9pm- 1 am Join the celebration! 395 Main St., Quincy PONG ZONE ii',:: ....... ....... , ............ , :e:{ 'i':} : ......... 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Rated PG-13 Action/Comedy Claire and Phil Foster (Tina Fey and Steve Carell} are a typical suburban couple whose lives - including their weekly date nights of dinner mid a movie - have become routine. To reignite the marital spark, they visit a trendy Manhattan bistro where a case of mistaken identity turns their evening into the ultimate date night-gone-awry. But as Claire and Phil take their unexpected walk on the wild side, they begin to remenlber what made them so special together. DIARY OF A WHIMPY KID I Sun., May 16 - Mon., May 17 94 min.. Rated PC,. Family Comedy  :Uays/I I i_ . li To Oreg Heffley. middlel:J..Y,l' / I school is the dumbest 'idea ever invented. It's a place rigged with hundreds of social landmines, not the least of which are morons, wedgies, swirlies, bullies, lunchtin]e banishment to the cafeteria floor - and a festering piece of cheese with nuclear cooties. To survive the never-ending ordeal and attain the recognition and status he feels he so richly deserves, Greg devises an endless series of can't-miss schemes, all of which, of course, go awry. And he's getting it all down on paper, via a diary. I Shows 7pm nightly I Ih 4pm matineeon Sundays I IIITO00X ...... IIIHRLL ...... ..... _.-_.:j IIITHEI00TRE . L Visit us at www.quincytownhall.com J