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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - July 4, 2002, Brandon, Manitoba TIMEOUT/ The Watchmen and Sonic Boom , Inferno Virden Agricultural Society Fair Deandra Day, Music in the Parks, Princess Park. 6:30 p.m. Dark Horse, Houstons Country Roadhouse JULY 5 Virden Agricultural Society Fair Dark Horse, Houstons Country Roadhouse saturday JULY 6 Virden Agricultural Society Fair Metis Days, Deloraine Karaoke, North 40 Saloon 4:30-10 p.m. Dark Horse, Houstons Country Roadhouse JULY 7 Metis Days, Deloraine JULY IU Search for Raw Talent - final night, Inferno Robin Black and the Intergalatic All-Stars, Inferno rsoay JOU ll • Winnipeg Folk Festival, Birds Hill Park* • Tittie Harpelle, Music in the Parks, Princess Park. 6:30 p.m. • Minnedosa Fun Fest • Carman Country Fair • Ozzy Osbourne Tribute - Crazy Babies and Spiders Own, Inferno • Tickets available at Ticketmaster outlets - (204) 780-3333 or online at www.ticketmaster.ca + Tickets available at Select-a-Seat (204) 780-7328 ll • July 12-13, Carman Country Fair • July 12-14, Minnedosa Fun Fest • July 12-14, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Birds Hill Park* • July 12, Meatloaf, Winnipeg Arena’s Concert Bowl + • July 12-14, Souris-Glenwood Ag Society Fair • July 12-14, Rossbum Summer Festival • July 12-14, Just 4 U Daze, Shoal Lake • July 12-14, Agricultural Fair and Ranch Rodeo, Souris • July 13-14, Deloraine Agricultural Harness Racing • July 13-14, Music in the Park, Canadian Armed Forces ensem hie, Riding Mountain National Park • July 14-15, Oak River Fair and Cattle Show • July 16, Ag Fair and Exhibition, Strathclair • July 17, Shoal Lake Agricultural Society Fair • July 18, Agricultural Fair and Exhibition, Hamiota • July 18-21, Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition, Morris • July 18-21, Neepawa World Lily Festival • July 18-28, Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival • July 19-21, Gilbert Plains Grandview Fair and Rodeo • July 19-21, Beach Festival, Killamey • July 19-21, Lukkenfest, Deloraine’s International Cookie Festival • July 20-21, International Border Festival, International Peace Garden • July 20, Oak Lake Agricultural Society Fair • July 24-27, Thresherman’s Reunion - John Deere Jubilee, Austin • July 25, David Usher, Empire Cabaret, Winnipeg* • July 26-27, Reston Fair • July 27-28, Brandon Folk Music and Art Festival • July 30-Aug. 25, West Side Story, Rainbow Stage, Kildonan Park • Aug. 1-4 Little River Rockiest, Minnedosa • Aug. 2-3, Birde Agricultural Fair • Aug. 2-4, Canada’s National Ukrainian Festival, Dauphin • Aug. 2-4, Gladstone Rodeo and Fair • Aug. 2-5, Gimli’s Icelandic Festival • Aug. 2-5, Pine Fort Days, Spruce Woods Provincial Park • Aug. 3, Korn, Winnipeg Arena Burly Canadian actor back in blue in fall series Boomtown By John McKay Canadian Press TORONTO — Gary Basaraba is a really big guy with short hair. That’s why he seems to excel at playing movie and TV cops. “Fifty-two-inch chest, 19-inch biceps, maybe it’s that, you know?’’ says the actor who was born in Edmonton but raised in Vancouver. Now a New Yorker, Basaraba memorably played desk sarge Richie Santoro on Steven Bochco’s short-lived Brooklyn South in 1997-98. And this fall, he’ll be back in uniform as patrol officer Ray Hechler, a veteran of the mean streets of L.A. in the new series Boomtown, airing on NBC and CTV. Basaraba says it’s funny but he never sees any crime when he’s riding the New York City subway. “I’m that kind of person, when there’s trouble, I don’t run,” says the six foot four actor. “Someone my size, people do look to you for the solution. When there’s trouble everybody looks over at the big guy to see what he’s going to do.” For example, there was that weekend a few years ago when he was walking through Times Square and saw some guy suck-er-punch another, knocking him cold in the gutter. “And I had to put the guy down, I wasn’t going to let him go. He was some crazy guy!” Turns out it was an NYU student high on PCP who decided to punch out a German tourist for no reason. And Basaraba rejects the idea that he did not behave like a typical New Yorker that day. “That’s not true. People in New York do get involved. They get involved all the time.” Basaraba, 44, also has a talent for mimicking accents, and has pretty much mastered and adopted the “New Yawk” patois. So much so that he once ended up on a U.S. TV Guide list of Brooklyn actors working in TV, along with Danny Aiello and Jerry Orbach. Basaraba is optimistic about Boomtown despite five years of 131-10th St., Brandon Phone: 725*2042 ^    -I.    pl    g*l    I    \    rn    i    -J    I    I    —I    aal Official Playing Piece BRAND0NOSUN Fill out your playing piece and enter at one of these locations: Participating Heritage Co-op Locations 646 - 6th Street, Brandon 1300* 18th Street. Brandon 120 Main Street, Minnedosa 221 Main Street. Wawanesa 48 Main Street. Erickson Participating Tempo Locations Crosstown, 661 * 1st Avenue, Rivers Little Chiefs Place, 2025 Lyndale Drive. Brandon •Free gas for a year if you are a home subscriber to The Brandon Sun and have a Co-op number. Based on 30 litres a week for 52 weeks $500 worth of gas if you are not a home subscriber to The Brandon Sun or do not have a Co-op number. OFFICIAL PLAYING RULES IN SUNDAY’S CLASSIFIED SECTION OF THE BRANDON SUN Name_ Address. Prov._ Phone _ Age. .City. Postal Code e-mail WEEKLY WWWS OF UP TO *100 WORTH OF CA* if you arc a nome and have a Co-op Boomtown star Gary Basaraba frustration since Brooklyn South failed to get renewed beyond its debut season. He says that happened at a time when the networks were picking up only shows in which they were partners. And despite Bochco’s record with hit projects like Hill St. Blues and NYPD Blue, CBS cancelled the promising cop-ensemble series. (Airing    opposite    ABC’s Monday Night Football didn’t help, either.) But CBS liked him and in the interim he had signed a deal with the network and shot a couple more crime-themed pilots — Partners    with    Marg Helgenberger and Cold Shoulder with Kelly McGillis — but neither went anywhere. Neither did plans for a series of made-in-Toronto movies for the U.S. PAX network. “With each pilot, of course, you’re worth millions on paper,” he says. “So it’s hard not to fantasize about all the cars and homes you’re gonna be buying in the coming years.” Now he’s part of Boomtown, a stylish drama about cops, paramedics, reporters and politicians in the city of angels. It’s produced by NBC Studios and Steven Spielberg’s    SKG Productions, and executive produced by director Jon Avnet and another Canadian, Emmy-win- ning screenwriter Graham Yost (Speed, Band of Brothers). Also in the cast are Donnie Wahlberg, Mykelti Williamson and Jason Gedrick. Basaraba says despite optimism that he’s allied himself with some pretty good partners, there are many more factors than ratings that decide whether a series is going to make it. “There’s the policy of the network you’re with, the thing that you’re opposite, there’s current events, the climate of the country. I mean, you name it.” He says he doesn’t try to figure all that out, he just tries to do good work. But he likes the fact Yost has a gift for letting each character develop his own voice. There’s also the innovative style of the show, where the camera likes to back up and take another mn at events from the perspective of a different character. In the opening episode, for example, two cops pursue two suspects down an alley. The perps split in different directions and so do their pursuers. Viewers follow one pair, then the camera backs up and takes them down the other path. “We’re all in our own realities,” the burly actor says. “We share things and maybe we don’t. I don’t know what you see. You don’t know what I see, and that’s what Boomtown’s about. “And going off and following each person through their own separate experience of the same events is, I think, something that’s going to resonate for people.” air IM Best Breakfast in the City’ -J c i IM Mf if LUNCH SPECIALS starting at $3.99 nm?-'2Hummer jffl & SALADS I sterling at $3.99 1978 Queens Ave. 725-3234 it's back! BRANDON Do you have a Co-op #? No Yes #_ You can enquire about a Co-op number at each gas bi MEW GANSE ttsasgs5 the ads and mail the to na r*«»*»mhlP UUU iim»***•**-*- Brandon Sun 501 Rosser Ave. Brandon, MB R7A0K Here’s How To Play... Featuring our GRAND PRUE A Golf weekend at Clear Lake Includes: * 2 nights at Elkhorn Resort & Conference Centre • 2 rounds of golf at Clear Lake Golf Course WEEKLY PRIZE -An 11 Hece Golf Club Set . OI . 11 Golf Club Set This Week’s Winner Hilda Thiessin, Oak Lake MB 1. 3. Look for the advertisers in    4. today’s Brandon Sun with the 'Golf Scramble’ border and Golf flag in their ads. Simply clip out the ads of those advertisers and place    5. them all in an envelope along with your name address and phone number. Then mail or drop oft your    6. envelope to: Golf Scramble 2002, Brandon Sun, 501 Rosser Avenue, Brandon, MB, R7A 0K4. All entries received prior to 4 p.m. Monday will be eligible for the previous week’s draw for an 11 piece set of Golf Clubs. All entries received will be eligible for the Grand Prize Draw to be made Tuesday, August 6, 2002. Entries must include your name, address and phone number with a copy of all of the participating advertisers’ ads. (Allowances will be made for ads placed back to back). Photocopies will not be accepted. Each entry must be in a separate envelope. 7. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. 8. Grand Prize must be accepted as awarded. No cash value will be allowed. 9. Anyone may enter except employees of the Brandon Sun and their immediate families. Our Participating Businesses Are: • Canadian Tire • J&G Building Supply • NAE • Advantage Hyundai Westoba Credit Union The Brick Smitty’s Restaurants > ;