SPOTLIGHT

HAWAIIAN CHIEFTAIN AND LADY WASHINGTON

It's a tradition. The tall ships Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady

Washington will once again dock this week near the Newport Harbor

Nautical Museum this week as they tour their way along the state's

coastline.

The Lady Washington is a replica of an American ship that sailed

around Cape Horn in the late 1780s. The Hawaiian Chieftain replicates an

18th century square-rigged ship.

While they're in town, through Jan. 22, the ships will be open for

tours and sails. Last year, both boats participated in battle reenactment

sails, and the crews taught area fourth- and fifth-graders about what it

was like to live on and sail on a tall ship 200 years ago.

Free tours of both boats will be available from 1 to 6 p.m. Tuesday,

the first day they dock.

FYI

Where: Newport Harbor Nautical Museum, 151 E. Coast Highway in Newport

Beach

When: Free tours from 1 to 6 p.m. Tuesday. Boats will be in town

through Jan. 22

Cost: Free

Contact: (800) 200-5239

Seeing Red in a command performance

RED BUTTONS

Red Buttons will do a "Command Performance" appearance Jan. 20 at

Orange Coast College. Buttons, a frequent performer in Las Vegas and Lake

Tahoe, won an Academy Award for his role in the 1957 film "Sayonara." He

will be joined by vocalist Fran Jeffries and the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra.

FYI

Where: Orange Coast College's Robert B. Moore Theatre, 2701 Fairview

Road

When: 4 p.m. Jan. 20

Cost: $27-$29 in advance, $33 at the door

Contact: (714) 432-5880

PLANNING AHEAD

EHUD BARAK SPEAKS

Ehud Barak, former prime minister of Israel, will speakas guest

lecturer for the Norman Schiff Scholar Lecture at Temple Bat Yahm.

Tuesday, Jan. 29

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY

A 3:15 p.m. kickoff will start the 2002 Super Bowl in New Orleans.

Sunday, Feb. 3

NUMERICALLY SPEAKING

7: The number of productions Orange Coast College's theatre

department will stage during its spring season, which begins Jan. 24.

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