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The Charlotte post. (Charlotte, N.C.) 1918-????, July 01, 1993, Image 18

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Page6B - THE CHARLOTTE POST - Thursday, July 1,1993 PICTURE PERFECT &. UNIQUE COLLECTIBLES 4508 E. Independence Blvd, Suite 106 (Barclays Square). For more Information, please call (704) 532-1521. ABSINTHE GALLERT 3205 N. Davidson St. Free and open to public. For more in formation, call 875-8728 or 347-5172. AFRO-AMERICAN CULTU RAL CENTER, 401 North Myers St. Quilt exhibit run ning through June. MINT MUSEUM, 2730 Ran dolph Road, $4 adults, $3 seniors, $2 students and free for members and children 12 years and under, free on Tuesday evenings and the second Sunday of each month. SISTAHS ART GALLERY/ 3206 N. Davidson, (704) 343- 9995. Perry Ashe oil on can vas exhibit May 28-July 28. UBIQUITOUS ART SPACE, BB&T Center, 200 S. Tryon St., Suite 110. 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Friday; 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Saturday. (704) 376-6944. THE LIGHT FACTORY, Pho tographic Arts Center, Park Elevator Building, 1300 block. South Blvd., CLUBS. NIGHTLIFE EXCELSIOR CLUB/ 921 Beatties Ford Rd. Call (704) 334-5709. Live music on Thursday and Sunday. KINGS AND QUEENS/ 119 S. Brevard St. Ladies Night, Thursdays. THE PTERODACTYL CLUB/ 1600 Freedom Dr. Call (704) 324-3400. DOUBLE DOOR INN/ 218 E. Independence Blvd. Call (704) 376-1446. THE JAZZ CELLAR/ 330 N. Tryon St. All Shows 9:15- 11:15 p.m. CITY LYTES (Formerly St. Marks) /2401 Wilkinson Blvd. Tickles Nlte Time Comedy each Friday upper level. Showtime at 10 p.m. For reservations, call 375- 8828. SIDE EFFECTS/32 12-A Wilkinson Blvd. For more information, call 394-5555. MIAMI'S Sheraton Airport Plaza Hotel, 3315 S. 1-85 at Billy Graham Parkway. For more information, please call 392-1200. MR. FEE'S DOWN TOWN / (704) 347-399. 607 W. Fifth Street. Membership only. THE JAZZ LOUNGE/ McDonald's Inn, Beatties Ford Road. RAINBOW LOUNGE/ Highway 21, Huntersville. Membership only. JAGUAR CLUB/ 1746 Camp Greene St. For more infor mation, please call 391-7438. MERCEDES NIGHTCLUB/ 4304 S. Tryon St. For more information please call 529- 5466. RENAISSAIANCE PLACE RESTAURANT/ 631 N. Tryon Street, J-Street Band on Wed nesdays, Maria Howell Sun days June 13- July 4, $8, in cludes buffet. TELEVISION Soul Train, midnight Sun day. WSOC-TV 9 (ABC). Carolina's Soul, 1 a.m. Sun day, WSOC-TV 9 (ABC). Assignment Sunday, 11:30 p.m. Sunday. WJZY - TV 46. (Independent). In Living Color, 8 p.m. Sun day, WCCB-18 (Fojd. ROC, "live" 8:30 p.m. Sun day. WCCB-18 (Fox). The Fresh Prince, 8 p.m. Monday, WCNC-36 (NBC). Rangin' With Mr. Cooper, 8 p.m. Tuesdays, WSOCTV-9 (ABC). Martin, 8:30 p.m. Thurs days, WCCB-18 (FosJ. Family Matters, 8 p.m. Fri days, WSOC-TV 9 (ABC). Where I Live, 9:30 p.m. Fri day. WSOC-TV 9 (ABC). The Black Agenda Presents . . . 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Cable vi- son channel 33 and 6:30 p.m. Vision Cable channel 53. Top ic is recent African American Summit held tn Gabon, Afri ca. Guest include Linwood So- loman of "Check This Out" and Ziyaduh Qalyim of "What is Islam." B.M.A. Live. 8 p.m. first Thursday of each month, Cab- levision Channel 33, Vision Cable Channel 53. Guest are members of N'Cobra -- Na tional Coalition of Blacks For Reparations in America. A.A,P. Magazine, 8 p.m. Fri days, Cablevlslon channel 33 and Vlsloncable Channel 53. Helen Strong is host. "The Maggie Nicholson Show," 10 p.m. Mondays, Vi sion Cable channel 53 and Cablevlsion channel 33. '"Wews With Joyce Waddell," 9 p.m. Tuesdays, Channel 53 Vision Cable and Channel 33, Cablevlsion. "Check It Out," 7:30 p.m. Sat urday, Cablevlsion Channel 33 and Vision Cable 53. Reach Out Charlotte/ 2:30 p.m. Saturday, WGSP 1310 a.m. Margaret C. Jones is host. Community Focus/noon Sunday, WPEG FM 98. Sandra Staton is host. Jim Black and Friends/ 3:30 p.m. Sunday WGSP 1310 a.m. Applications now being ac cepted for Omega Psi Phi Fra ternity, Inc. Sixth District Boys Camp, $100, due on or before July 2. Camp to be held at W. W. Long 4-H camp, Aklen, S.C., July 18 - 23, transportation provided to and from camp. For more in formation, call Darryl Wil liams at 532-2896 after 5 p.m. For boys 9-14. Afro-American Children's Theatre, Inc. is accepting ap plications for its summer workshop and camp, ages 5- 18, $175 per session. Ses sion two starts July 12 and ends July 31. For an applica tion, call 372-7410 or 372- 5000. Story Hour/Afro-American Cultural Center, 10 a.m first Saturday of month. For more information, please call (704) 374-1565. Pi Phi Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity/Presents Jazz Hour, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. last Sunday of each month. Omegas Of Charlotte Frater nity House, 3301 Statesville Ave. The best in blues, tradi tional and contemporary Jazz played by D. J. Bro. A1 Williams. Admission is free. Second Ward High Schooi/ r.lngg of 1953, 6 p.m. July 10, University Hilton, Universi ty Place, reservations re quired. For reservations, call John E. Clybum at 598- 9560, 5-7 p.m. Concerts Black Comedy Jam 8 p.m. Tuesday, The Comedy Zone, Independece Blvd., for reser vations call 568 -HAHA. LoUapalooza '93/Featuring Arrested Development, July 23, Metrolina Fairgrounds, $27. Tickets available at all TicketMaster outlets. Coca-Cola Summer Fest '93/Featuring Silk. Shai, SWV, L.L. Cool J., Heavy D & The Boyz, H-Town and Naughty By Nature, July 11, Charlotte Coliseum, $25, tickets available at all Tick etMaster outlets. Kenny G and Peabo Bryson, July 15, Charlotte Coliseum, $22.50, $27.50. For ticket In formation, call the coliseum box office or Tlcketmaster. If you have informatton about black entertainment events, meetings, lectures or any other events of interest, send it to Whats Upl c/o Win fred Cross, The Charlotte Post, 1531 Camden Road, Charlotte, N.C. 28203. Dead- line is 5 p.m. Mondays. The Post. Pride Of The Black Community The New Queen City Classic I ^ Sponsored By: ^ Coldwell Banker Crown Real Estate Damon’s Restaurant “The Place For Ribs" The Charlotte Post |.C. SMITH • VS • N.C. CENTRAL Charlotte Memorial Stadium Sept. 25, 1993 7:30 p.m. ADVANCE TICKETS WITH CHANCES TO WIN PRIZES ONLY $1200 ('Winner drawn each month plus 4 winners at game) You do not have to be present to win! ★ HIS HER Watches ★ Atlanta Falcon’s Weekend (Inciuding Tickets / Hotel) AUG. ★ Beach Getaway Weekend (Including Hotel / Dinner) Game ★ J.C. Smith or N.C.C.U. 1 St Quarter Homecoming Weekend (including Hotel / Tickets / Dinner) 2nd Quarter ★ Dinner for 2 at Slug’s 30th Edition 3rd Quarter ★ $200 in CASH 4th Quarter ★ Wide Screen T.V. and More! (Must have Advance Ticket to Qualify for Prizes) MAY WINNERS! (Drawing Held At Westfest) Saturday June 5. 1993 ★ Lunch for 2 at Damon's Winner: Ms. Doris Johnson (Rock Hill, SC) ★ Weekend Car Rental At Payless Winner: Jerry Davis (Rock Hill, SC) ★ 100 Gallons Of Gas Winner: Raymond Robinson (Concord, NC) TICKET INFORMATION CALL The Queen City Classic Hotline wr Ce^ntr:»} (704) 561-2278 ).C. Smith (704) 378-1090 N.C. Central (919) 560-5170 Official Hotel for The New Queen City Classic: Government House Hotel and Conference Center Special Rate: $45 (1 -4 persons) For Reservations 704/ 372-7550 • 1 -800-762-1995 Haitisfeefet MUNS low PtKES! U.S.D.A. CHOICE BONE-IN RIB-EYE STEAK i|49 OR ROAST FRESH WHOLE LB. "f ALASKAN SALMON 999 LBjm ARMOUR HOT DOGS 120Z.*89 70% LEAN FRESH GROUND BEEF LIMIT 5 LBS. WITH ADDITIONAL PURCHASE. LOW PRICES YELLOW, WHITE OR BI-COlOR A A CORN . .3 EARS FOR OR J9 3 EARS FOR GREEN OR RED LEAF LEHUCE EA. SOUTH CAROLINA PEACHES LB. LIMIT ONE WITH ADDITIONAL $10.00 PURCHASE LARGE SIZE FRESH WATERMELON LOW PRICES GREAT VALUE 24-12 OZ. CANS COCA-COLA WITH COUPON LOW PRICES VALUABLE COUPON HOT TO GO 8 PIECE BOX. FRIED CHICKEN THIS COUPON WORTH | n.T9 Off I THE REGULAR PRICE ' Of ONE CASE I (24 - 12 OZ. CANS) ■ COCA-COLA I Limit One Item Per With Coupon Per I Visit And Additional $10.00 I Purchosc. Olfer Good June 30 B Tluough July 6, 1993 _ IN THE DELI BAKERY rmmm coupon! . VALUE iL _ _ iL79 I HARRIS TEETER... LOW PRICES ALL DAY, EVERY DAY LOW PRICES LOW PRICES HUNTER ALL NATURAL FROZEN YOGURT OR ICE CREAM HALF GALLON SINGLE WRAP BORDEN CHEESE Prices Effective Through July 6, 1993 Prices In This Ad Effective Wednesday, June 30 Through Tuesday, July 6 1993 Iri Our Meckleriburg County Stores Only.We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. None Sold To Dealers. We Gladly Accept FederolTood Stamps.

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