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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 29, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 15125135 North    311    Spencer lane  Stimi TX 78154 Sin Antonio TX 78201 718 731 6266    210 731 621?  (1 Mile north ol loop 1604) (1 Mile mside loop 4101  From staff reports  I he American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Comal Cbounty will be 7 p.m. today to 7 a.m. Saturday at Canyon 1 ligh School's Cougar Stadium.  TEXAS CINEMA  MARKETPLACE  651 BUSINESS LP IH35S  (830) 625 - 4400  resÔ MÀTtNEÉSfeErORE 6:00 $5.00 ADULTS AFTER 6:00 CHILDREN & SENIORS $3.50  ♦ FAST FIVE    PG-13  itm.Ms 6;3o m___  ♦ HOODWONKED TOO! PG limJLM 4:45 7 20 9:10  ♦ MADEA'S HAPPY FAM PG-13  am WM&JM 9;15_  RIO    G  (11:30) (12:15) 2:05 2:35 4:20  mM 7 20 9:00 9J5_  SCREAM 4    R  umj;15 42LLMLIOS _  ARTHUR    PG-13  OL35) 2.00 4:15 6 50 9:05 __ HOP    PG  112:00) 2:20 4:35.1:1512H _ INSIDIOUS    PG-13  (11:45) 2:10 4:20 7:05 frtt . SOURCE CODE    PG-13  112^512:25 4:40 7:15 ^20____  WIMPY KID 2    PG  HL5512L14J: 39.JJOili __ LINCOLN LAWYER    R  11mifit 4:25 6;45 J_J9______  ♦No Pastes/Supersavert () No «arly shows Mon • Frl.   www.texascinema.com   Runners and walkers will participate in a celebration of life during the event, which is the area’s top fundraiser in the tight against cancer.  More than 1,200 people representing more than 120 teams are expected to participate. The Relay, which had raised more than $111,000 by the end of last week, might set a load event record before it concludes Saturday morning.  Registration is $10 and can be submitted online or in person. After an opening cere-  RELAY FOR LIFE  When: 7 p.m. today to 7 a.m.  Saturday  Where: Canyon High School's Cougar Stadium in New Braunfels You should know: Registration is $10 and can be submitted online at  www.relayforlife.com/comaltx  or in person.  mony, a Survivors Lap and Luminaria Ceremony will be among the night’s special events.  For information, or to register or volunteer, visit  http://www.relayforlife.com/  comaltx.  Comal County  for Humanity  wwv xmrial habit a t. org  ReStore  Open to the public!  SHOP - DONATE - VOLUNTEER  Clean out your garage! Donato for a causa.  WE ACCEPT:  • Appliances • Plumbing Fixtures  • Cabinets • Light Fixtures  ■ Solid Core Doors • Furniture •Windows-Tools  • Landscaping Equipment  Call us today to schedule a pick-up  Habitat for Humanity Restore 1269 Industrial Drive Hew Braunfels, Tx 830-625-7005 Tue-Sat 8:30 AM-1:00 PM  (Elliot Knox)  HAVE SOME FUN & FINISH A PAINTING IN 3 HOURS!  1   $39 p»r person — includes canvas and All supplies.  Bring a bottle of wine to enjoy while you paint! seating; pre-registration required. Different paintings every Friday & Saturday night. See schedule online or call us.  Jill Baker of the Best Friends Forever relay team cheer on cancer survivors during the 2010 Relay.  NOW ENROLLING  . Fully accredited 4 star school . Certified Teachers . Summer/Fall Hands on learning . Voted Best Pre-school 2 yrs. in a row by Reader's Choice (830)620-5453 2797-IH 35 South  www.littleeinsteinspresdioolacadeniy.com   Walther CD release party tonight at Gruene Hall  Relay for Life starts tonight at CHS  Zaik Walt her will he at Gruene Hall tonight fur his pre-( I) release party. The CD, titled "Into I he Fray," will have its official release on May 24 and will feature 10 new songs, "We really tried to have the CD ready in time for this show," Zack said, "hut unfortunately, it just didn't happen.So we are plan* DAi.f MARTIN ningonplay-  M'Mamnurlm ‘"R  al1  abmtf musk lie ran IlCW SOOgS at l*nwtMt*tdak | sh()W  wmartimmmu com    *    ’  that way the fans get to basically hear the complete album.  "Every time we see (iruene Hall on the calendar we get excited, we always have a great time there.”  Rosehill Opens the show and tickets are $8 at the door. Zack and the band are also scheduled to play at this year’s Americana Jam. Come back on Saturday night for Roger Clvne and the Peacemakers. They are from Phoenix, Ari/.., and their marathon live shows are legendary.  • • • • ♦  I he lineup for the 15th Americana Jam at Gruene I fall has been released. The jam is May 22 and tickets are $50.  I he lineup includes Walt Wilkins and the Mystiqueros, Zack Walther Band, Emory Quinn, Tom Gillam,Ted Russell Kamp, Matt King, Monty Byrom, Sean McConnell, Wade Bowen, Stoney LaRue, Randy Rogers, and Cody Canada and the Departed.  More artists are expected to be added later, and you never know who might show up unannounced. The event raises money for Comal Cops for Kids Foundation.Tickets will  Submitted photo  Bob Livingston  RIVER ROAD ICE HOUSE  (1791 Hueco Springs Loop 830-626-1335)  Tonight — Slow Rollin Lows Sat — Dirty River Boys / Turnpike Troubadours  Thu — William Clark Green SAM'S BURGER JOINT  (330 E Grayson St. 210-223-2830) Tonight — Wes Harllee CD Release Sat — Al Stewart Sun — Jimmie Vaughan TEXAS MUSIC THEATER (120 E San Antonio, San Marcos 512-878-2459)  Tonight— MR Fest (My Radio Fest) Mon — WC Clark / Johnny Lee UPTOWN PIANO BAR  (295 E. San Antonio St. 830-708-5411)  Tue. — Brett Cline Wed. — Barry Adams Thu. — Luvine Elias Jr.  Fri. — Erik James Sat. — Erik James TAVERN IN THE GRUENE (830 Gruene Road 830-608-0438) Tonight — 1100 Springs Sat — Dave Jorgenson  Sun — Dead Rock Stars  Mon — Tony Taylor  Wed — David Fenley and the Good  Deal  WATER TO WINE  (185 S. Seguin Ave. 830-609-9463) Sat — Free and Vee (5-8 p.m.) Watering Hole  (1390 McQueeney Road 830-625-0045)  Tue — 3 Man Front  WHITEWATER  AMPHITHEATRE  (11860 FM 306 830-964-3800)  May-7 — Cory Morrow/ Willie Nelson  May 27 — Aaron Watson / Gary Allan  May 28 — Kyle Park / Eli Young Band  May 29 — Spazmatics June 25 — Girl Talk July 9 — Cody Canada and Departed / Reckless Kelly July 16 — Ghostland Observatory July 22 — Dwight Yoakam Aug. 26, 27 — The Toadies Send upcoming live music info to: dale@martinsmusic. com  Zack Walther Band  Submitted photo  be on sale at Gruene I lall or online. See gruenehall.com for details.  • • • • •  Bob Livingston, one of the founding members of Lost Gorizo Band, will he the featured performer at Elaine 11 ay den’s final New Braunfels House Concert of the season on Sunday. Livingston has played with Ray Wylie Hubbard, Michael Martin Murphy and Jerry Jeff Walker, just to name a few.  I le just released a new CD, “Gypsy Alibi,” and will be playing songs from all phases of his career. Doors open at 4:30 and the show starts at 5 p.m. For ticket info and directions, call (830) 625-0859.  • • • • •  Tonight, the Phoenix Saloon welcomes back guitar wizard Ruben V from San Antonio. On Saturday night, things get interesting at the historic downtown venue. The Austin/San Marcos-based Funkotron will bring a mixture of funky R&B with a psychedelic vibe.  CONCERT CALENDAR  ADOBE VERDE  (1724 Hunter Road 830-629-0777) Tonight — Ross Brunner Trio Sat — Tractor Brothers  Thu — Garrett Heinrichs BILLY'S ICE  (1193 Loop 337 830-629-8169) Tonight — Ben Gibbons / Forest Wayne Allen  Sat — Jay Eric and Blieders Creek  Sun — Hayden Thomas  Mon — Wes Nickson  Tue — Mark Sebby / Matt Begley  and Bitter Whiskey  Wed — Wes Nickson / Allan  Goodman  Thu — Mark Allan Atwood CHEATHAM STREET WAREHOUSE  (119 Cheatham St. 512-353-3777)  Tonight — Ben Danaher  Sat — Paul Eason  Mon — Josh Abbott  Tue — Kyle Park  Wed — Kent Finlay's Songwriter  Circle  NB FARM TO MARKET  (Castell @ Friesenhaus 830-629-2223)  Sat — Terry Cavanagh (9 to noon)  FAUST HOTEL  (240 S. Seguin 830-625-7791)  Wed — Daniel Phipps (7 p.m.) FLOORES COUNTRY STORE  (14492 Old Bandera Road 210-695-8827)  Tonight— Nick Lawrence Sat — The Cedarsqueezers Sun — Drugstore Cowboys GRUENE HALL  (1281 Gruene Rd 830-606-1281) Tonight — Rosehill / Zack Walther Band  Sat — Flat Top Jones/ Chris Ruest / Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers Sun — Belleville / The Drakes Mon — Juliann Banks and Patterson Barrett Tue — Nathan McEuen, Sarah  Submitted photo  Ruben V  Pierce, Eric Hanke  Wed — Mark Jungers CD Release  Thu — Walt Wilkins and the  Mystiqueros  HARMONY SWEET  (2405 Lifehaus Ind. Drive 830-387-5100)  Tonight — Middle School and Junior High Dance Club Night Sat— Metal Mania HUiSACHE GRILL  (303 W. San Antonio St. 830-620-9001)  Thu — Empty Handed Vagabonds KORK WINE BAR  Tonight — Allan Goodman  Sat — Pollonators  OMA'S SECRET GARDEN  (1263 Gruene Rd 830-625-1045) Tonight — Melissa Ludwig Band Sat — The Whipples (1 p.m.) / Phil Stevens Band (6 p.m.)  Sun — Slim Bawb and Gator Bait (2 p.m.) / Michael Waid (6 p.m.)  Wed — Lucas Taylor PHOENIX SALOON (193 W San Antonio, 830-643-1400) Tonight — Daniel Thomas Phipps / Ruben V  Sat — Beans 'N Rice / Funkotron Sun — Al Barlow (2 p.m.)  Tue — Little Brave / Drew Kennedy  and Josh Grider  Wed — Capt Mudhole / Adam  Johnson and the Pay Me's  RILEY'S TAVERN  (8894 FM 1102 512-392-3132)  Tonight — Jeremy Steding Sat — Mark Monoco Band Sun — Open Mic Night w/ Glenn Allan  Mon — Mark Monoco Wed — Tyler Cannon Thu — Brigitte London  neraia-£euung me pnoios  Cancer survivors, relay teams and other supporters walk laps April 30, 2010 at Canyon High School during Relay for Life.  ON THE WEB 24/7  To comment on stories or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com  1 NEW “PREMIUM”  I YELLOW BOX  I JUST ARRIVED!  I Y)a» cin g JW,  ) IN' j  Fashion Boutique    f  Downtown New Braunfels Mon-Sat 10-6 • Sun     IJRtud    ¡Vrrf    ítíll        iDftf    ifli      Lg: JgEENSlZEM    imuss -4i     GOURMAGE  Cheese. Chocolate, Wine  (f :  French Baguettes!  Mon * Sat 9 to 6 Breakfast & Lunch 10 to 2 270 W. San Antonio St. (830)214-6471  i the street from Dancing Pony   

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