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Samuel James offers 13 tracks ‘for the Dark Road Ahead’

ortland singer/guitarist Samuel James has just completed his trilogy of acoustic roots/blues albums with “And for the Dark Road Ahead.” The CD-release show is in a couple of weeks, which will give James time to recover from any lingering jet lag from a recent show in, of all places, Transylvania. The album is home to 13 tracks, including two spoken-word pieces and a doozy of an Elton John cover. GO recently caught up with James for a detailed chat about “Dark Road” and that trip to the land of Dracula.

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Why is the album called “And for the Dark Road Ahead”? Two reasons. The first is that there have been a lot of dark themes in my life over the last few years, and I can’t really see when they’ll end. The second reason is that this album is the last part of a trilogy, and if you take the titles of the albums, they form the sentence, “Songs Famed for Sorrow and Joy, For Rosa, Maeve and Noreen, And for the Dark Road Ahead.” You put a very unique stamp on Elton John’s “Rocket Man.” What’s the story with that? Why did you choose to do that particular song? I ran a contest during my last West Coast tour stating that I would play the winner’s choice of a cover song in each town. This was the song chosen in San Francisco, but the woman who won never came to the show. I just wanna make sure she knows that I did it.


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Tell me about “The Execution of Big Black Ben.” What was the inspiration? It goes with the trilogy. On the first record, I had “Big Black Ben.” On the second, I had “Bigger Blacker Ben,” and now to complete it I have, “The Execution of …” I thought it would be a fitting way to end my folk hero’s career. “Tan Sedan” is fantastic. What’s that one about? It’s about everything in the world. I know. The title’s a little obvious. How about “Nineteen”? “Nineteen” is about my father. Straight up. That’s it. I’m a daddy’s boy. What can I say? Is “Camus” about Albert Camus? Are you a fan of his writing? Yeah. Well, I had a very serious existential crisis a while back. I wasn’t writing or playing or practicing. I couldn’t come up with a reason to do anything. Of course, this was destroying everything in my life. I had read all Camus’ stuff back in

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Samuel James will release the last of a trilogy of roots/blues albums at a CDrelease party on Oct. 20.

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ome,” Public Enemy “Welcome to the Terrord ,” Moses Atwood “Hard Times in Hollywood James “Stranger Blues,” Elmore “Use Me,” Bill Withers Gross “One About Sunshine,” D. “No Ordinary Love,” Sade Lamb the Beekeeper “Mane On Its Lion,” Lady vie Wonder “Heaven Help Us All,” Ste “Muscle Car,” Sontiago ue,” Eric B. & Rakim “Don’t Sweat the Techniq

high school, and I figured that he probably went through the same thing, and he probably wrote his way out of it. Or at least he occupied himself through it. This song is my attempt to do the same. How was your recent trip to Transylvania? This was my first time there. I have been as far east as Turkey, which I could write

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THURSDAY 4(523$!9 Joy Kills Sorrow, string band, with Fish and *OY+ILLS3ORROW STRINGBAND WITH&ISHAND Bird, One Longfellow Square, Portland. $15. "IRD /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Steve Earle, alt-country/rock, Strand Theatre, 3TEVE%ARLE ALT COUNTRYROCK 3TRAND4HEATRE Rockland. Sold out. 7:30 p.m. 2OCKLAND3OLDOUTROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM N i t t y G r i t t y D i r t Band, country/rock, Stone .ITTY'RITTY$IRT"AND COUNTRYROCK 3TONE Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $75. -OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER "ROWNlELD 8 p.m. STONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTERCOMPM Stars, indie pop, with Diamond Rings and 3TARS INDIEPOP WITH$IAMOND2INGSAND California Waves, 18-plus; Port City Music Hall, #ALIFORNIA7AVES  PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL Portland. $22 to $34. 0ORTLANDTOSTATETHEATREPORTLANDCOM 8 p.m. PM Julie Holter, singer-songwriter, with Hundred *ULIE(OLTER SINGER SONGWRITER WITH(UNDRED Waters, 18-plus; Space, Portland. $10. 7ATERS  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. SPACEORGPM Audrey Ryan, experimental folk-pop, with !UDREY2YAN EXPERIMENTALFOLK POP WITH Toughcats and Great Elk, The Oak and the Ax, 4OUGHCATSAND'REAT%LK 4HE/AKANDTHE!X Biddeford. $8. "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOM 8 p.m. PM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Soulive, funk jazz trio, with The Alan Evans Trio, 3OULIVE FUNKJAZZTRIO WITH4HE!LAN%VANS4RIO State Theatre, Portland. $20 in advance; $25 day 3TATE4HEATRE 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAY of show; general admission, statetheatreportland OFSHOWGENERALADMISSIONSTATETHEATREPORTLAND .com. 8 p.m. COMPM Julian Lage, jazz guitarist, One Longfellow *ULIAN,AGE JAZZGUITARIST /NE,ONGFELLOW Square, Portland. $18 in advance; $20 day of 3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF show, 8 p.m. SHOWONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Sarah Jarosz, multi-instrumentalist, with fiddler 3ARAH*AROSZ MULTI INSTRUMENTALIST WITHlDDLER Alex Hargreaves and cellist Nathaniel Smith, !LEX(ARGREAVESANDCELLIST.ATHANIEL3MITH Talbot Auditorium of Luther Bonney Hall, USM 4ALBOT!UDITORIUMOF,UTHER"ONNEY(ALL 53- Portland campus. $27. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDCAMPUSHEPTUNESCONCERTSCOMPM "A Loss for Words," acoustic benefit concert for h!,OSSFOR7ORDS vACOUSTICBENElTCONCERTFOR the National MS Society with Beyond Goodbye THE.ATIONAL-33OCIETYWITH"EYOND'OODBYE and other bands, Husson University (Gracie ANDOTHERBANDS (USSON5NIVERSITY'RACIE Theatre), Bangor. $10. 973-1011. 7:30 p.m. 4HEATRE "ANGOR PM Cinder Conk, Balkan/gypsy folk dance music, #INDER#ONK "ALKANGYPSYFOLKDANCEMUSIC Aarhus Gallery, Belfast. $12. !ARHUS'ALLERY "ELFASTAARHUSGALLERYCOM 7:30 p.m. PM Andy Happell, violinist and composer, St. !NDY(APPELL VIOLINISTANDCOMPOSER 3T Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $12 in advance; ,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLANDINADVANCE $15 day of show, 7 p.m. DAYOFSHOWSTLAWRENCEARTSORGPM Arborea, progressive-folk duo, with Greg Jamie, !RBOREA PROGRESSIVE FOLKDUO WITH'REG*AMIE The Frontier, Brunswick. $10 in advance; $12 day 4HE&RONTIER "RUNSWICKINADVANCEDAY of show, 8 p.m. OFSHOWEXPLOREFRONTIERCOMPM "Music of John Cage," performed by pianist Paul h-USICOF*OHN#AGE vPERFORMEDBYPIANIST0AUL Sullivan, LesTrois Etoiles, DirigoMiz and the UMF 3ULLIVAN ,ES4ROIS%TOILES $IRIGO-IZANDTHE5-& Experimental Arts Ensemble, Emery Community %XPERIMENTAL!RTS%NSEMBLE %MERY#OMMUNITY Arts Center, Farmington. Free. 778-7288. 7:30 p.m. !RTS#ENTER &ARMINGTON&REE PM Session Americana, round table jamboree, Stone 3ESSION!MERICANA ROUNDTABLEJAMBOREE 3TONE Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $20. -OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER "ROWNlELD 8 p.m. STONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTERCOMPM

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, singer-songwriter, with ,ADY,AMBTHE"EEKEEPER SINGER SONGWRITER WITH Coke Weed, The Oak and the Ax, Biddeford. $10. #OKE7EED 4HE/AKANDTHE!X "IDDEFORD 8 p.m. THEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOMPM Buxton, folk-rock, 18-plus; Space, Portland. $8 in "UXTON FOLK ROCK  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLANDIN advance; $10 day of show, ADVANCEDAYOFSHOWSPACEORG 8:30 p.m. PM Joe Robinson, Australian singer-songwriter, *OE2OBINSON !USTRALIANSINGER SONGWRITER Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center, ,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER Fryeburg. $20; $15 for seniors; $10 for students. &RYEBURGFORSENIORSFORSTUDENTS 7:30 p.m. FRYEBURGACADEMYORGPACPM Beyond Reason, "The Blue Room" CD-release "EYOND2EASON h4HE"LUE2OOMv#$ RELEASE show with The O l d Salt Band, One Longfellow SHOWWITH4HE/LD3ALT"AND /NE,ONGFELLOW Square, Portland. $5. 3QUARE 0ORTLANDONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOM 7 p.m. PM The Fighting Jamesons, high-energy 4HE&IGHTING*AMESONS HIGH ENERGY Celtic Music, Opera House at Boothbay #ELTIC-USIC /PERA(OUSEAT"OOTHBAY Harbor. $20 in advance; $25 day of show. (ARBORINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. BOOTHBAYOPERAHOUSECOMPM "Woody's a' Hundred: The Life & Times of Woody h7OODYSA(UNDRED4HE,IFE4IMESOF7OODY Guthrie," with Bob Webb and Dave Peloquin, 'UTHRIE vWITH"OB7EBBAND$AVE0ELOQUIN Merrill Hall/Nordica Auditorium, Farmington. -ERRILL(ALL.ORDICA!UDITORIUM &ARMINGTON $10. 778-4699. 7:30 p.m.  PM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Ghostface Killah, rap, 21-plus; Asylum, 'HOSTFACE+ILLAH RAP  PLUS!SYLUM Portland. $19 in advance; $22 day of show. 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM Jared Fischer, pianist, First Church, Belfast. Free/ *ARED&ISCHER PIANIST &IRST#HURCH "ELFAST&REE donation. 338-2282. 3 p.m. DONATION PM Dada Life, Swedish electro-house duo, with 12th $ADA,IFE 3WEDISHELECTRO HOUSEDUO WITHTH Planet, 16-plus; State Theatre, Portland. $26.50 in 0LANET  PLUS3TATE4HEATRE 0ORTLANDIN advance; $31.50 day of show; general admission. ADVANCEDAYOFSHOWGENERALADMISSION 9:30 p.m. STATETHEATREPORTLANDCOMPM Faun Fables with Herbcraft, song-telling, The Oak &AUN&ABLESWITH(ERBCRAFT SONG TELLING 4HE/AK and the Ax, Biddeford. $8. theoakandtheax ANDTHE!X "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAX 8 p.m. BLOGSPOTCOMPM SEPT. 27 3%04 TedeschiTrucks Band, rock and blues, with 4EDESCHI4RUCKS"AND ROCKANDBLUES WITH Scrapomatic, State Theatre, Portland. $40 to $75; 3CRAPOMATIC 3TATE4HEATRE 0ORTLANDTO reserved seating, 8 p.m. RESERVEDSEATINGSTATETHEATREPORTLANDCOMPM Tricky Britches and Darlingside, bluegrass 4RICKY"RITCHESAND$ARLINGSIDE BLUEGRASS and string-rock, One Longfellow Square, ANDSTRING ROCK /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE Portland. $10 in advance; $12 day of show. 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Recession Session with Kenny White, pianist/ 2ECESSION3ESSIONWITH+ENNY7HITE PIANIST singer-songwriter, Stone Mountain Arts Center, SINGER SONGWRITER 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER Brownfield. $15. "ROWNlELDSTONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTERCOM 8 p.m. PM Frontiers of Music #5, improvised music &RONTIERSOF-USIC IMPROVISEDMUSIC collective performances, The Frontier, Brunswick. COLLECTIVEPERFORMANCES 4HE&RONTIER "RUNSWICK Name your price, 7 p.m. .AMEYOURPRICEEXPLOREFRONTIERCOMPM

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SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Holy Boys Danger Club, Murcielago and The (OLY"OYS$ANGER#LUB -URCIELAGOAND4HE Class Machine, rock, Empire Dine and Dance, #LASS-ACHINE ROCK %MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE Portland. $6 ($1 of which benefits Playing for 0ORTLANDOFWHICHBENElTS0LAYINGFOR Change and MAMM). 9 p.m. #HANGEAND-!-- PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Cruel Hand, hardcore, with Rude Awakening, #RUEL(AND HARDCORE WITH2UDE!WAKENING DMA and Strung Along, Geno's Rock Club, $.!AND3TRUNG!LONG 'ENOS2OCK#LUB Portland. 221-2382. 9 p.m. 0ORTLAND PM "In the Round with Shanna," jazz series, Blue, h)NTHE2OUNDWITH3HANNA vJAZZSERIES "LUE Portland. Donation, 6 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Potato Pickers, folk/country, Blue, Portland. 0OTATO0ICKERS FOLKCOUNTRY "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 8 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Roving Soul, traditional and modern folk songs, 2OVING3OUL TRADITIONALANDMODERNFOLKSONGS Blue, Portland. Donation, 10 p.m. "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Tickle, pop covers, RiRa, Portland, 10 p.m. 4ICKLE POPCOVERS 2I2A 0ORTLANDRIRACOMPM Gary Richardson, solo acoustic jazz and blues, 'ARY2ICHARDSON SOLOACOUSTICJAZZANDBLUES Gingko Blue, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. 'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Mama's Boom Shack, funk, soul and blues, -AMAS"OOM3HACK FUNK SOULANDBLUES Gingko Blue, Portland, 9 p.m. FRIDAY 'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM &2)$!9 Beam & Fink, acoustic blues and roots, Andy's "EAM&INK ACOUSTICBLUESANDROOTS !NDYS CyborgTrio/Sounduo, post-dub audio/visual live #YBORG4RIO3OUNDUO POST DUBAUDIOVISUALLIVE Old Port Pub, Portland, /LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOM performance, 21-plus; Empire Dine and Dance, PERFORMANCE  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 8:30 p.m. Portland. $5. 9 p.m. PM 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Chris Fitz Band, electric blues, 21-plus; Inn on the The Coalsack in Crux, hard rock, CD-release #HRIS&ITZ"AND ELECTRICBLUES  PLUS)NNONTHE 4HE#OALSACKIN#RUX HARDROCK #$ RELEASE Blues, York Beach. $6. "LUES 9ORK"EACHINNONTHEBLUESCOM show with Haru Bangs and Johnny Cremains, SHOWWITH(ARU"ANGSAND*OHNNY#REMAINS 9:30 p.m. PM Geno's Rock Club, Portland. 221-2382. 9 p.m. 'ENOS2OCK#LUB 0ORTLAND PM Amigos, acoustic, Portland Lobster Company. !MIGOS ACOUSTIC 0ORTLAND,OBSTER#OMPANY Sly-Chi, funk, Big Easy, Portland. $8. 3LY #HI FUNK "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND Noon. 9 p.m. PORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM.OON BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Jill Stringham with Eric Mauriello, acoustic Irish *ILL3TRINGHAMWITH%RIC-AURIELLO ACOUSTIC)RISH Travis James Humphrey, acoustic, Dogfish Bar 4RAVIS*AMES(UMPHREY ACOUSTIC $OGlSH"AR music, all ages; Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. 846and Grille, Portland, MUSIC ALLAGES$EER2UN4AVERN 9ARMOUTH AND'RILLE 0ORTLANDTHEDOGlSHBARANDGRILLECOM 9555. 6 to 9 p.m. 5 to 7 p.m. TOPM TOPM Moore & Moran, folk/Ameicana, Gritty McDuff's, -OORE-ORAN FOLK!MEICANA 'RITTY-C$UFFS Pitch Black Ribbons, bluegrass, Blue, Portland. 0ITCH"LACK2IBBONS BLUEGRASS "LUE 0ORTLAND Freeport. Donation, 8:30 p.m. Donation, 8 p.m. &REEPORT$ONATIONGRITTYSCOMPM $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Pitch Black Ribbons, bluegrass, Deer Run Tavern, Matt Meyer &The Gumption JCT, new roots 0ITCH"LACK2IBBONS BLUEGRASS $EER2UN4AVERN -ATT-EYER4HE'UMPTION*#4 NEWROOTS Yarmouth. 846-9555. 8 p.m. 9ARMOUTH PM music, old sea chanteys and mountain songs, MUSIC OLDSEACHANTEYSANDMOUNTAINSONGS Steve Jones, blues and rock, Run of the Mill Blue, Portland. Donation, 10 p.m. 3TEVE*ONES BLUESANDROCK 2UNOFTHE-ILL "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Brewpub, Saco. 8 p.m. Nikki Hunt, rock, RiRa, Portland, 10 p.m. "REWPUB 3ACOTHERUNOFTHEMILLNETPM .IKKI(UNT ROCK 2I2A 0ORTLANDRIRACOMPM Kenya Hall Band, funk, with Zach Jones, Big Easy, The Lucid, pop/rock, Portland Lobster Company. +ENYA(ALL"AND FUNK WITH:ACH*ONES "IG%ASY 4HE,UCID POPROCK 0ORTLAND,OBSTER#OMPANY Portland. $8. 8 p.m. 6 p.m. 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM PORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOMPM The Wetsuits, surf rock, Dogfish Bar and Grille, 4HE7ETSUITS SURFROCK $OGlSH"ARAND'RILLE David Mello, old-time blues, Gingko Blue, $AVID-ELLO OLD TIMEBLUES 'INGKO"LUE Portland, 8 p.m. Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDTHEDOGlSHBARANDGRILLECOMPM 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Hairy Pie, hair-metal covers, 21-plus; Club Tommy O'Connell &The Juke Joint Devils, blues(AIRY0IE HAIR METALCOVERS  PLUS#LUB 4OMMY/#ONNELL4HE*UKE*OINT$EVILS BLUES Texas, Auburn. 784-7785. Doors at 6 p.m. rock, Gingko Blue, Portland, 9 p.m. 4EXAS !UBURN $OORSATPM ROCK 'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM Bottom of the East, rock, Bayside Bowl, Portland. Justin Walton, singer-songwriter, Andy's Old Port "OTTOMOFTHE%AST ROCK "AYSIDE"OWL 0ORTLAND *USTIN7ALTON SINGER SONGWRITER !NDYS/LD0ORT 9 p.m. Pub, Portland, 8:30 p.m. BAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM 0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM "Move! Nevermind the 9O's," dance music h-OVE.EVERMINDTHES vDANCEMUSIC SUNDAY from the '90s, 21-plus; Asylum, Portland. 35.$!9 FROMTHES  PLUS!SYLUM 0ORTLAND Awesome Kong, rock, Run of the Mill Brewpub, 9 p.m. !WESOME+ONG ROCK 2UNOFTHE-ILL"REWPUB PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM 1 p.m. ThrowDown Band, electric blues, 21-pius; Inn on 3ACOTHERUNOFTHEMILLNETPM 4HROW$OWN"AND ELECTRICBLUES  PLUS)NNON the Blues, York Beach. $6. THE"LUES 9ORK"EACHINNONTHEBLUESCOM 9:30 p.m. PM Please see MUSIC, Page Ell Gc\Xj\j\\;CA71GX^\<((

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Continued from Page E10 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 Jerks of Grass, bluegrass, Portland Lobster *ERKSOF'RASS BLUEGRASS 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company, Noon. #OMPANYPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM.OON Mike Duffy & Friends, acoustic, Andy's O l d Port -IKE$UFFY&RIENDS ACOUSTIC !NDYS/LD0ORT Pub, Portland, 5:30 p.m. 0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Brunch with Sly-Chi, R&B, RiRa, Portland. "RUNCHWITH3LY #HI 2" 2I2A 0ORTLAND Noon. RIRACOM.OON The Couch, open mic with host John Nels, Empire 4HE#OUCH OPENMICWITHHOST*OHN.ELS %MPIRE Dine and Dance, Portland, $INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOM 7 p.m. PM MONDAY -/.$!9 Smokin' Joe Kubek w i t h Bnois King, blues, Time 3MOKIN*OE+UBEKWITH"NOIS+ING BLUES 4IME Out Pub, Rockland. $15. 593-9336. 7 p.m. /UT0UB 2OCKLAND PM N.E.Town, folk-rock, Andy's Old Port Pub, .%4OWN FOLK ROCK !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 6:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Funky Mondays:The Players Ball, funk, Big Easy, &UNKY-ONDAYS4HE0LAYERS"ALL FUNK "IG%ASY Portland. $3. 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Bluegrass Mondays, 21-plus; Empire Dine and "LUEGRASS-ONDAYS  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND Dance, Portland, 8 p.m. $ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM The Mutineers, eclectic string music, The Liberal 4HE-UTINEERS ECLECTICSTRINGMUSIC 4HE,IBERAL Cup, Hallowell. 5 p.m. #UP (ALLOWELLTHELIBERALCUPCOMPM Open Mic, with Ev Guy, RiRa, Portland, /PEN-IC WITH%V'UY 2I2A 0ORTLANDRIRACOM 8 p.m. PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 M i l k Carton Kids, Americana duo, with The -ILK#ARTON+IDS !MERICANADUO WITH4HE Brendan Hines, 21-plus; Empire Dine and Dance, "RENDAN(INES  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE Portland. $6. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Poor Howard, Delta blues, Andy's O l d Port Pub, 0OOR(OWARD $ELTABLUES !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 6 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Electric Open Mic, with Joint Enterprise, Run of %LECTRIC/PEN-IC WITH*OINT%NTERPRISE 2UNOF the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 8 p.m. THE-ILL"REWPUB 3ACOTHERUNOFTHEMILLNETPM Ryan Halliburton, acoustic, Portland Lobster 2YAN(ALLIBURTON ACOUSTIC 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company, 6 p.m. #OMPANYPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOMPM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Owen Marshall and Lindsay Straw, Irish music, /WEN-ARSHALLAND,INDSAY3TRAW )RISHMUSIC Blue, Portland. Donation, "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM 7:30 p.m. PM Traditional Irish Session, Irish music, Blue, 4RADITIONAL)RISH3ESSION )RISHMUSIC "LUE Portland. Donation, 9:30 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Ben Kilcollins, acoustic, RiRa, Portland, "EN+ILCOLLINS ACOUSTIC 2I2A 0ORTLANDRIRACOM

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"I'm in music school, so it's not as hard i*NJONVTJDTDIPPM TPJUTOPUBTIBSE as if I were in some other kind of school," BTJG*XFSFJOTPNFPUIFSLJOEPGTDIPPM w she said. TIFTBJE Music has never been hard for Jarosz. .VTJDIBTOFWFSCFFOIBSEGPS+BSPT[ She grew up outside Austin, Texas, a 4IFHSFXVQPVUTJEF"VTUJO 5FYBT B place where music is a way of life. She got QMBDFXIFSFNVTJDJTBXBZPGMJGF4IFHPU a mandolin for a present when she was a BNBOEPMJOGPSBQSFTFOUXIFOTIFXBTB teenager, and was soon playing at major UFFOBHFS BOEXBTTPPOQMBZJOHBUNBKPS music festivals. NVTJDGFTUJWBMT She also learned to play the banjo. And 4IFBMTPMFBSOFEUPQMBZUIFCBOKP"OE she sings. And writes songs. TIFTJOHT"OEXSJUFTTPOHT Jarosz's parents, both teachers, en+BSPT[TQBSFOUT CPUIUFBDIFST FO couraged her to pursue her music."My DPVSBHFEIFSUPQVSTVFIFSNVTJDi.Z parents were both so supportive of me, QBSFOUTXFSFCPUITPTVQQPSUJWFPGNF  and that has meant a lot." BOEUIBUIBTNFBOUBMPUw While still in her teens, Jarosz made the 8IJMFTUJMMJOIFSUFFOT +BSPT[NBEFUIF first of several appearances on Garrison mSTUPGTFWFSBMBQQFBSBODFTPO(BSSJTPO Keillor's public radio show "A Prairie ,FJMMPSTQVCMJDSBEJPTIPXi"1SBJSJF Home Companion," which often puts a )PNF$PNQBOJPO wXIJDIPGUFOQVUTB spotlight on young acoustic, bluegrass or TQPUMJHIUPOZPVOHBDPVTUJD CMVFHSBTTPS Americana performers. "NFSJDBOBQFSGPSNFST "Garrison has a really amazing away of i(BSSJTPOIBTBSFBMMZBNB[JOHBXBZPG challenging himself and the people on the DIBMMFOHJOHIJNTFMGBOEUIFQFPQMFPOUIF show, so it's really a thrill to be on with TIPX TPJUTSFBMMZBUISJMMUPCFPOXJUI him," said Jarosz. IJN wTBJE+BSPT[ When she began playing mandolin, 8IFOTIFCFHBOQMBZJOHNBOEPMJO  Jarosz was influenced by bluegrass +BSPT[XBTJOnVFODFECZCMVFHSBTT music. But she was soon drawn to singerNVTJD#VUTIFXBTTPPOESBXOUPTJOHFS songwriters as well, including Gillian TPOHXSJUFSTBTXFMM JODMVEJOH(JMMJBO Welch, Tim O'Brien and Paul Simon, and 8FMDI 5JN0#SJFOBOE1BVM4JNPO BOE

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she's a big fan of groups that defy genre TIFTBCJHGBOPGHSPVQTUIBUEFGZHFOSF definitions, such as The Decemberists, EFmOJUJPOT TVDIBT5IF%FDFNCFSJTUT  Nickel Creek and Wilco. /JDLFM$SFFLBOE8JMDP "I don't like the idea of fitting into a i*EPOUMJLFUIFJEFBPGmUUJOHJOUPB genre. I like to use bluegrass instruHFOSF*MJLFUPVTFCMVFHSBTTJOTUSV ments, but not necessarily just to make NFOUT CVUOPUOFDFTTBSJMZKVTUUPNBLF bluegrass music," said Jarosz. "The CMVFHSBTTNVTJD wTBJE+BSPT[i5IF Punch Brothers use bluegrass instru1VODI#SPUIFSTVTFCMVFHSBTTJOTUSV ments, but I don't consider them just NFOUT CVU*EPOUDPOTJEFSUIFNKVTU bluegrass. I think people today are longCMVFHSBTT*UIJOLQFPQMFUPEBZBSFMPOH ing for a more honest sound, and I think JOHGPSBNPSFIPOFTUTPVOE BOE*UIJOL that kind of sound can be incorporated UIBULJOEPGTPVOEDBOCFJODPSQPSBUFE into a lot of kinds of music." JOUPBMPUPGLJOETPGNVTJDw At the ripe old age of 19 in 2010, Jarosz "UUIFSJQFPMEBHFPGJO +BSPT[ was nominated for a Best Country InstruXBTOPNJOBUFEGPSB#FTU$PVOUSZ*OTUSV mental Grammy for her song "MansinNFOUBM(SBNNZGPSIFSTPOHi.BOTJO needof"wPGGUIFBMCVNi4POH6Q*O)FS off the album "Song Up In Her OFFEPG Head." The cast of veteran musicians )FBEw5IFDBTUPGWFUFSBONVTJDJBOT who worked on that album with her inXIPXPSLFEPOUIBUBMCVNXJUIIFSJO cluded Darrell Scott and Jerry Douglas. DMVEFE%BSSFMM4DPUUBOE+FSSZ%PVHMBT Her next album, "Follow Me Down," )FSOFYUBMCVN i'PMMPX.F%PXO w included Bela Fleck and Shawn Colvin, JODMVEFE#FMB'MFDLBOE4IBXO$PMWJO  among others. BNPOHPUIFST In terms of her immediate plans, Jarosz *OUFSNTPGIFSJNNFEJBUFQMBOT +BSPT[ is in her final year at the New England JTJOIFSmOBMZFBSBUUIF/FX&OHMBOE Conservatory, and says she'll focus on $POTFSWBUPSZ BOETBZTTIFMMGPDVTPO that while continuing her career. UIBUXIJMFDPOUJOVJOHIFSDBSFFS "I just take it day by day and realize I'm i*KVTUUBLFJUEBZCZEBZBOESFBMJ[F*N lucky to be doing both," she said. MVDLZUPCFEPJOHCPUI wTIFTBJE Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be contacted at 791AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%' 6454 or at: $"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: RayRouthier BeWbbS`(@Og@]cbVWS`

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O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% O c t . 6 - Ben Harper, 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , =Qb$³0S\6O`^S`&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $35 to $55. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!#b]##AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS O c t . 8 - Regina Spektor, 8 p.m., S t a t e =Qb&³@SUW\OA^SYb]`&^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $ 3 6 . 5 0 / $ 4 0 Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R!$#"AbObSbVSOb`S; ( 8 0 0 ) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS O c t . 12³BW\O`WeS\5cWbO`;OabS`aT`][ - T i n a r i w e n G u i t a r Masters f r o m =Qb Mali, 8 p.m., O n e L o n g f e l l o w Square, ;OZW&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S Portland. $38.; >]`bZO\R!&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) 761-1757 %$%#% O c t . 13 - EOTO, 9 p.m., P o r t C i t y Music Hall, =Qb!³3=B='^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ P o r t l a n d . $12b]"^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][) to $ 4 0 .; >]`bZO\R ( 8 8 8 ) 5 1 2A6=E -SHOW &&&# O c t . 10-14 - C i r q u e du Soleil, C u m b e r l a n d =Qb"³1W`_cSRcA]ZSWZ1c[PS`ZO\R C o u n t y Civic Center, P o r t l a n d . $ 2&b] 8 t o $100. 1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`>]`bZO\R; 775-3458 BVSQWdWQQS\bS`Q][)%%#!"#& O c t . 15 - Morrissey, 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , =Qb#³;]``WaaSg&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $39.50. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!'#AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS O c t . 16 - Glen C a m p b e l l : The G o o d b y e =Qb$³5ZS\1O[^PSZZ(BVS5]]RPgS Tour, 7:30 p.m., Merrill A u d i t o r i u m , B]c`%(!^[;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[ Portland. $45 to $65.; >]`bZO\R"#b]$#>]`bbWfQ][) P o r t l a n d o v a t i o n s . o r g ; 8 4 2& -0800 >]`bZO\R]dObW]\a]`U)&" O c t . 18 - The I n f a m o u s S t r i n g d u s t e r s , =Qb&³BVS7\TO[]caAb`W\URcabS`a 8 p.m., P o r t C i t y Music Hall, P o r t l a n d . $15 to &^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R#b] 5. S t a t e t h e a t r e p o r t l a n d . c o m ; ( 8 0 0 ) 745$ 2 #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"# 3 0 0 0 ; C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r !)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS` box office P]f]T¿QS O c t . 24 - B r a n d i Carlile w i t h B l i t z e n =Qb "³0`O\RW1O`ZWZSeWbV0ZWbhS\ Trapper, 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . B`O^^S`&^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R $35/$40.; ( 8 0 0 ) !#"AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)& 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic %"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ Center box office 1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS O c t . 28 - H e n r y Rollins, 7 p.m., C o n y =Qb &³6S\`g@]ZZW\a%^[1]\g A u d i t o r i u m , A u g u s t a . $ 2#AbObSbVSOb`S 5. Statetheatre /cRWb]`Wc[/cUcabO; ( 8 0 0 ) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS O c t . 29 - C i t i z e n C o p e , 7:30 p.m., S t a t e =Qb '³1WbWhS\1]^S%(!^[AbObS T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . $ 2#!AbObSbVSOb`S 5/$30. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; ( 8 0 0 ) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS O c t . 31 - fun., 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , =Qb!³Tc\&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $ 3 0 / $ 3 5 . Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!!#AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS N o v . 1 - P r e t t y L i g h t s , 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , <]d³>`Sbbg:WUVba&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $35 to $40. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!#b]"AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS N o v . 3 - U m p h r e y ' s M c G e e w i t h The B r i g h t <]d!³C[^V`Sg¸a;Q5SSeWbVBVS0`WUVb L i g h t Social Hour, 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , :WUVbA]QWOZ6]c`&^[AbObSBVSOb`S P o r t l a n d . $ 2 0 / $ 2 #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R 5. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R .com; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS


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"The Master" takes some getting used i5IF.BTUFSwUBLFTTPNFHFUUJOHVTFE to. UP This is a superbly crafted film that's at 5IJTJTBTVQFSCMZDSBGUFEmMNUIBUTBU times intentionally opaque, as if its creUJNFTJOUFOUJPOBMMZPQBRVF BTJGJUTDSF ator didn't want us to see all the way into BUPSEJEOUXBOUVTUPTFFBMMUIFXBZJOUP its heart of darkness. JUTIFBSUPGEBSLOFTT It's a film bristling with vivid moments *UTBmMNCSJTUMJOHXJUIWJWJENPNFOUT and unbeatable acting, but its interest BOEVOCFBUBCMFBDUJOH CVUJUTJOUFSFTU is not in tidy narrative satisfactions but JTOPUJOUJEZOBSSBUJWFTBUJTGBDUJPOTCVU rather the excesses and extremes of huSBUIFSUIFFYDFTTFTBOEFYUSFNFTPGIV man behavior, the interplay of troubled NBOCFIBWJPS UIFJOUFSQMBZPGUSPVCMFE souls desperate to find their footing. TPVMTEFTQFSBUFUPmOEUIFJSGPPUJOH Its writer-director, of course, is the *UTXSJUFSEJSFDUPS PGDPVSTF JTUIF all-out visionary Paul Thomas Anderson, BMMPVUWJTJPOBSZ1BVM5IPNBT"OEFSTPO  an all-in filmmaker whose previous work BOBMMJOmMNNBLFSXIPTFQSFWJPVTXPSL such as "Boogie Nights" and "There Will TVDIBTi#PPHJF/JHIUTwBOEi5IFSF8JMM Be Blood" explored strong and compelling #F#MPPEwFYQMPSFETUSPOHBOEDPNQFMMJOH personal conflicts. But none are stronger QFSTPOBMDPOnJDUT#VUOPOFBSFTUSPOHFS than the one here between a man comUIBOUIFPOFIFSFCFUXFFOBNBODPN pletely sure of himself and another who is QMFUFMZTVSFPGIJNTFMGBOEBOPUIFSXIPJT completely not. DPNQMFUFMZOPU The latter would be Freddie Quell 5IFMBUUFSXPVMECF'SFEEJF2VFMM (Joaquin Phoenix at his most ferocious), +PBRVJO1IPFOJYBUIJTNPTUGFSPDJPVT  a troubled, tortured World War II veteran BUSPVCMFE UPSUVSFE8PSME8BS**WFUFSBO whose contrived cockiness can't mask the XIPTFDPOUSJWFEDPDLJOFTTDBOUNBTLUIF torment he lives with. The intense connecUPSNFOUIFMJWFTXJUI5IFJOUFOTFDPOOFD tion he makes with Lancaster Dodd (an UJPOIFNBLFTXJUI-BODBTUFS%PEE BO impeccable Philip Seymour Hoffman), the JNQFDDBCMF1IJMJQ4FZNPVS)PGGNBO UIF charismatic leader of a new human poDIBSJTNBUJDMFBEFSPGBOFXIVNBOQP tential movement who claims he's found a UFOUJBMNPWFNFOUXIPDMBJNTIFTGPVOEB way to "return man to his inherent state of XBZUPiSFUVSONBOUPIJTJOIFSFOUTUBUFPG perfection," powerfully affects them both. QFSGFDUJPO wQPXFSGVMMZBGGFDUTUIFNCPUI The parallels between Dodd and his 5IFQBSBMMFMTCFUXFFO%PEEBOEIJT movement, known as The Cause, and the NPWFNFOU LOPXOBT5IF$BVTF BOEUIF real-life presences of L. Ron Hubbard SFBMMJGFQSFTFODFTPG-3PO)VCCBSE and Scientology are plentiful enough to BOE4DJFOUPMPHZBSFQMFOUJGVMFOPVHIUP have attracted considerable attention, but IBWFBUUSBDUFEDPOTJEFSBCMFBUUFOUJPO CVU those looking to "The Master" to be some UIPTFMPPLJOHUPi5IF.BTUFSwUPCFTPNF kind of muckraking expose are going to be LJOEPGNVDLSBLJOHFYQPTFBSFHPJOHUPCF disappointed. EJTBQQPJOUFE For one thing, Anderson's script feels 'PSPOFUIJOH "OEFSTPOTTDSJQUGFFMT more like something inspired by ScientolNPSFMJLFTPNFUIJOHJOTQJSFECZ4DJFOUPM ogy than any kind of literal representation PHZUIBOBOZLJOEPGMJUFSBMSFQSFTFOUBUJPO of the early days of the movement. For PGUIFFBSMZEBZTPGUIFNPWFNFOU'PS another, "The Master" is not in the expose BOPUIFS i5IF.BTUFSwJTOPUJOUIFFYQPTF business. Rather it is a moody, disturbCVTJOFTT3BUIFSJUJTBNPPEZ EJTUVSC ing film about personality, obsession and JOHmMNBCPVUQFSTPOBMJUZ PCTFTTJPOBOE delusion, about the will to power, the EFMVTJPO BCPVUUIFXJMMUPQPXFS UIF parallel need to be mastered, and what QBSBMMFMOFFEUPCFNBTUFSFE BOEXIBU happens when those wires get irredeemIBQQFOTXIFOUIPTFXJSFTHFUJSSFEFFN ably crossed. BCMZDSPTTFE

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In the movies, the old saying goes, some stars wear the hat. And sometimes, the hat wears them. Say whatever else you want about Sylvester Stallone’s kitschy 1995 turn as futuristic comic book judge-jury-executioner Judge Dredd, the dude wore the helmet. Karl Urban replaces him in the new “Dredd 3D.” And frankly, the helmet wears Karl. He never takes off the over-sized thing. It closes off his performance and masks his charisma. We only see his scowling jaw and hear his hissed one-liners, chewing out the rookie mind-reading judge (Olivia Thirlby) who forgets to wear hers. “Sir, helmets interfere with my psychic abilities.” “Think a bullet in the head might interfere with ’em more,” the Judge mutters. In a future when much of America is irradiated and 800 million people are crammed into MegaCity, the concrete metropolis that stretches from Boston to Washington, tens of thousands are packed into mega high-rises, many at the mercy of mega criminals. The judges are all that stand in the way of anarchy. They’re wired-in, hi-tech hunter/ prosecutor/ killers, men and women who solve (sort of) crimes, catch criminals and dole out punishment, on the spot. The death penalty is their favorite. There’s a new drug making the rounds. There always is. “Slo Mo,” it’s called, and Ma-Ma is the drug lord who has it. Lena Headey (“300”) plays her in a performance that begins and ends with the flashy scar-riddled makeup. When Dredd and the “mutant” psychic judge-in-training, Anderson (Thirlby), nab one of Ma-Ma’s thugs (Wood Harris), of course you know this means war.

REVIEW “DREDD 3D,” Karl Urban, Olivia Thirlby, Lena Headey and Wood Harris. Directed by Pete Travis. Rated R for strong bloody violence, language, drug use and some sexual content. Running time: 1:35

This “Dredd” is a limited vision of the future, mainly confined to one towering, rundown high-rise. Judge Dredd and Anderson and their prisoner must fight their way out of this building, which Ma-Ma’s minions have on lockdown. This could have been claustrophobic, an action epic in compact form. “Die Hard” and last year’s Indo-Australian thriller “The Raid” are versions of this set-up that work. With “Dredd 3D,” you get only a taste of that as the judges blaze their way through Ma-Ma’s murderers and supposedly innocent bystanders and await the back-up that seems awfully slow in coming. The 3-D here is used to greatest effect in slow-motion shootings, impalings and throat slashings – blood-on-the-lens stuff. The villain is poorly drawn. The script lets her down, and Headey just isn’t “big” enough, in persona, performance and presence, to suggest a murderous monster who ruthlessly slashed and intimidated her way to the top. Thirlby is sensitive and cute as ever, funny when she has to be. She needs more to do. And Urban – so droll as Dr. McCoy in the “Star Trek” reboot, so sinister as Black Hat in “Priest,” so worthy a foe for Bruce Willis in “Red” – is lost behind that big ol’ helmet. That conspires to render the mega violent mega satire of MegaCity mega boring.

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Experimental folk singer-song3f^S`W[S\bOZT]ZYaW\US`a]\U writer and multi-instrumentalist e`WbS`O\R[cZbWW\ab`c[S\bOZWab Audrey Ryan will be playing /cR`Sg@gO\eWZZPS^ZOgW\U tunes from her latest CD "Sirens," bc\SaT`][VS`ZObSab12ÂľAW`S\aÂś along with tracks from the three OZ]\UeWbVb`OQYaT`][bVSbV`SS albums that came before it. OZPc[abVObQO[SPST]`SWb "Sirens" is a collection of "lost" ÂľAW`S\aÂśWaOQ]ZZSQbW]\]TÂľZ]abÂś songs she recorded between a]\UaaVS`SQ]`RSRPSbeSS\ 2005 and 2010 that are finally #O\R bVObO`SÂż\OZZg seeing the light of day. aSSW\UbVSZWUVb]TROg WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: The Oak & The Ax, E63@3(BVS=OYBVS/f 140 Main St., Biddeford ";OW\Ab0WRRST]`R HOW MUCH: $8; theoakand 6=E;C16(&)bVS]OYO\R bVSOfPZ]Ua^]bQ][

Joe Robinson Af\IfY`ejfe

WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. E63<(O[b]"^[ WHERE: Shaker Hill Road, E63@3(AVOYS`6WZZ@]OR Alfred /ZT`SR HOW MUCH: Free; shakerhill 6=E;C16(4`SS)aVOYS`VWZZ applefestival. org O^^ZSTSabWdOZ]`U

Singer-songwriter Joe Robinson AW\US`a]\Ue`WbS`8]S@]PW\a]\ comes to Maine by way of his naQ][Sab];OW\SPgeOg]TVWa\O tive land of Australia. Robinson, bWdSZO\R]T/cab`OZWO@]PW\a]\ 20, won the Australian National e]\bVS/cab`OZWO\<ObW]\OZ Songwriting Competition when A]\Ue`WbW\U1][^SbWbW]\eVS\ he was 13 and then "Australia's VSeOa!O\RbVS\µ/cab`OZWO¸a Got Talent" in 2OO8. His reputa5]bBOZS\b¶W\ &6Wa`S^cbO tion is built on his dazzling ability bW]\WaPcWZb]\VWaROhhZW\UOPWZWbg with a six-string guitar. His new eWbVOaWfab`W\UUcWbO`6Wa\Se album is called "Let Me Introduce OZPc[WaQOZZSRµ:Sb;S7\b`]RcQS You." G]c¶

'Weatherbeaten: Ă&#x160;N\Xk_\iY\Xk\e1 Winslow Homer N`ejcfn?fd\i and Maine' Xe[DX`e\Ă&#x2039; "Weatherbeaten" is an exhibit ÂľESObVS`PSObS\ÂśWaO\SfVWPWb of 38 major oils, watercolors and ]T!&[OX]`]WZaeObS`Q]Z]`aO\R etchings created - and inspired SbQVW\UaQ`SObSRÂłO\RW\a^W`SR by - Homer's time spent at his PgÂł6][S`¸abW[Sa^S\bObVWa Prouts Neck studio between >`]cba<SQYabcRW]PSbeSS\ 1883 and 1910. The collection &&!O\R'BVSQ]ZZSQbW]\ was assembled from museums eOaOaaS[PZSRT`][[caSc[a and private collectors across the O\R^`WdObSQ]ZZSQb]`aOQ`]aabVS U.S. and it will be on exhibit in CAO\RWbeWZZPS]\SfVWPWbW\ Portland through Dec. 30. >]`bZO\RbV`]cUV2SQ!

WHEN: 7:30 p.m. E63<(%(!^[ WHERE: Leura Hill Eastman E63@3(:Sc`O6WZZ3Oab[O\ Performing Arts Center, >S`T]`[W\U/`ba1S\bS` Fryeburg Academy, 4`gSPc`U/QORS[g 17 Portland St. %>]`bZO\RAb HOW MUCH: $20; $15 6=E;C16( )# seniors; $10 students; aS\W]`a)abcRS\ba) T`gSPc`UOQORS[g]`U^OQ



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The Shaker Hill Apple FestiBVSAVOYS`6WZZ/^^ZS4SabW val, happening both days this dOZVO^^S\W\UP]bVROgabVWa weekend, offers a full spectrum eSSYS\R]TTS`aOTcZZa^SQb`c[ of offerings for the whole family. ]T]TTS`W\UaT]`bVSeV]ZSTO[WZg Along with an arts and crafts fair, /Z]\UeWbVO\O`baO\RQ`OTbaTOW` there will be wagon rides, Shaker bVS`SeWZZPSeOU]\`WRSaAVOYS` Museum exhibits, kids' activities, ;caSc[SfVWPWbaYWRa¸OQbWdWbWSa antique car rides and live music. O\bW_cSQO``WRSaO\RZWdS[caWQ

In the Gershwin musical "Of Thee 7\bVS5S`aVeW\[caWQOZÂľ=TBVSS I Sing," presidential candidate 7AW\UÂś^`SaWRS\bWOZQO\RWRObS John P. Wintergreen is running 8]V\>EW\bS`U`SS\Wa`c\\W\U on a platform of love with a Miss ]\O^ZObT]`[]TZ]dSeWbVO;Waa White House beauty pageant EVWbS6]caSPSOcbg^OUSO\b designed to find him a first lady. RSaWU\SRb]Âż\RVW[OÂż`abZORg Trouble and hilarity begin when B`]cPZSO\RVWZO`WbgPSUW\eVS\ he instead falls for his campaign VSW\abSORTOZZaT]`VWaQO[^OWU\ secretary. The show runs through aSQ`SbO`gBVSaV]e`c\abV`]cUV Sept. 30. AS^b!

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California's The Milk Carton Kids 1OZWT]`\WO¸aBVS;WZY1O`b]\9WRa is the harmonizing, minimalist WabVSVO`[]\WhW\U[W\W[OZWab duo of Kenneth Pattengale and Rc]]T9S\\SbV>ObbS\UOZSO\R Joey Ryan. With two guitars and 8]Sg@gO\EWbVbe]UcWbO`aO\R two voices, they've carved out an be]d]WQSabVSg¸dSQO`dSR]cbO\ Americana-drenched folk sound /[S`WQO\OR`S\QVSRT]ZYa]c\R that has earned them national bVObVOaSO`\SRbVS[\ObW]\OZ media praise and an ever[SRWO^`OWaSO\RO\SdS` growing fan base. U`]eW\UTO\POaS WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: Empire Dine & E63@3(3[^W`S2W\S Dance, 575 Congress St., 2O\QS#%#1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $6; 21-plus; 6=E;C16($) ^Zca) portlandempire. com ^]`bZO\RS[^W`SQ][

WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. E63<(O[b]#^[ WHERE: Portland Museum E63@3(>]`bZO\R;caSc[ of Art, 7 Congress Square ]T/`b%1]\U`SaaA_cO`S HOW MUCH: $12;)aS\W]`a $10 seniors 6=E;C16( and students; $6 for 13 O\RabcRS\ba)$T]`! to 17 years old; free for b]%gSO`a]ZR)T`SST]` years old and under; 12gSO`a]ZRO\Rc\RS`) ^]`bZO\R[caSc[]`U

Andrea van Voorst 8e[i\XmXeMffijk van Beest and mXe9\\jkXe[ Jim Kelly A`dB\ccp Artists Andrea van Voorst van /`bWaba/\R`SOdO\D]]`abdO\ Beest and Jim Kelly share double 0SSabO\R8W[9SZZgaVO`SR]cPZS billing with their collection of PWZZW\UeWbVbVSW`Q]ZZSQbW]\]T gouache paintings, intaglio prints U]cOQVS^OW\bW\UaW\bOUZW]^`W\ba and mixed-media works. Van O\R[WfSRRWOe]`YaDO\ Voorst van Beest's paintings were D]]`abdO\0SSab¸a^OW\bW\UaeS`S created along the East Coast, and Q`SObSROZ]\UbVS3Oab1]OabO\R Kelly's mixed-media creations re9SZZg¸a[WfSRRWOQ`SObW]\a`S flect both the brilliant colors and Ă&#x20AC;SQbP]bVbVSP`WZZWO\bQ]Z]`aO\R grittiness of Florida and Maine. U`WbbW\Saa]T4Z]`WROO\R;OW\S See both artists' work through ASSP]bVO`bWaba¸e]`YbV`]cUV the end of the month. bVSS\R]TbVS[]\bV




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The last time the Tedeschi Trucks BVSZOabbW[SbVSBSRSaQVWB`cQYa Band played in Maine was in sup0O\R^ZOgSRW\;OW\SeOaW\ac^ port of their "Revelator" album. ^]`b]TbVSW`µ@SdSZOb]`¶OZPc[ It went on to win a Best Blues 7beS\b]\b]eW\O0Sab0ZcSa Album Grammy Award, and in /ZPc[5`O[[g/eO`RO\RW\ May the double-live album "Ev;OgbVSR]cPZSZWdSOZPc[µ3d erybody's Talkin"'¶eOa`SZSOaSR was released. S`gP]Rg¸aBOZYW\¸ Expect another night of explosive 3f^SQbO\]bVS`\WUVb]TSf^Z]aWdS blues from the 11-member super PZcSaT`][bVS[PS`ac^S` group. U`]c^

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WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: The State Theatre, E63@3(BVSAbObSBVSOb`S 609 Congress St., $'1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $40 to $75; 6=E;C16("b]%#) statetheatreportland. com abObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][

WHEN: Noon to 5 p.m. E63<(<]]\b]#^[ WHERE: Addison Woolley E63@3(/RRWa]\E]]ZZSg Gallery, 132EOaVW\Ub]\ Washington 5OZZS`g! Ave., Portland /dS>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: Free; 6=E;C16(4`SS) addison wool ley. com ORRWa]\e]]ZZSgQ][

Journey, Pat Aflie\p#GXk Benatar & Neil 9\eXkXiE\`c Giraldo, Loverboy >`iXc[f#Cfm\iYfp For a night of pure '80s rock 4]`O\WUVb]T^c`S¸ &a`]QY nostalgia, look no farther than \]abOZUWOZ]]Y\]TO`bVS`bVO\ Bangor for one-stop shopping 0O\U]`T]`]\Sab]^aV]^^W\U from three of the decade's hotT`][bV`SS]TbVSRSQORS¸aV]b test acts. Journey has kept on bSabOQba8]c`\SgVOaYS^b]\ believin' (even without Steve PSZWSdW\¸SdS\eWbV]cbAbSdS Perry), Loverboy is still working >S``g:]dS`P]gWaabWZZe]`YW\U for the weekend and Pat Benatar, T]`bVSeSSYS\RO\R>Ob0S\ObO` as evidenced by her Portland OaSdWRS\QSRPgVS`>]`bZO\R show earlier this summer, is aV]eSO`ZWS`bVWaac[[S`Wa certainly still hitting us with her QS`bOW\ZgabWZZVWbbW\UcaeWbVVS` best shot. PSabaV]b


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urt Jenkins knows VSU+FOLJOTLOPXT a lot about music. BMPUBCPVUNVTJD Back home in #BDLIPNFJO Birmingham, #JSNJOHIBN  Ala., he fronts "MB IFGSPOUT the alternaUIFBMUFSOB tive indie-pop UJWFJOEJFQPQ band Skyway CBOE4LZXBZ Spirits. 4QJSJUT But until he #VUVOUJMIF signed on to play Buddy Holly at OgunTJHOFEPOUPQMBZ#VEEZ)PMMZBU0HVO quit Playhouse, he didn't know much RVJU1MBZIPVTF IFEJEOULOPXNVDI about Holly, the Texas-born rock 'n' roll BCPVU)PMMZ UIF5FYBTCPSOSPDLOSPMM pioneer who died at age 22 in a 1959 plane QJPOFFSXIPEJFEBUBHFJOBQMBOF crash. DSBTI "I knew about as much as the average i*LOFXBCPVUBTNVDIBTUIFBWFSBHF person did," said Jenkins. "But I was not QFSTPOEJE wTBJE+FOLJOTi#VU*XBTOPU exposed to the details of his music or his FYQPTFEUPUIFEFUBJMTPGIJTNVTJDPSIJT life before this show" MJGFCFGPSFUIJTTIPXw His impressions? )JTJNQSFTTJPOT "I guess it is his songwriting. That's what i*HVFTTJUJTIJTTPOHXSJUJOH5IBUTXIBU struck me, how both timeless and contempoTUSVDLNF IPXCPUIUJNFMFTTBOEDPOUFNQP rary it is," he said. "A lot of the songs could be SBSZJUJT wIFTBJEi"MPUPGUIFTPOHTDPVMECF considered hits of today if they were given the DPOTJEFSFEIJUTPGUPEBZJGUIFZXFSFHJWFOUIF chance. He was so ahead of the curve. A lot of DIBODF)FXBTTPBIFBEPGUIFDVSWF"MPUPG people were writing music that sounded like that, QFPQMFXFSFXSJUJOHNVTJDUIBUTPVOEFEMJLFUIBU  but it did not have the aesthetic weight that his CVUJUEJEOPUIBWFUIFBFTUIFUJDXFJHIUUIBUIJT music did." NVTJDEJEw "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story" opens Thursi#VEEZ5IF#VEEZ)PMMZ4UPSZwPQFOT5IVST day evening and runs through Oct. 21 at OgunEBZFWFOJOHBOESVOTUISPVHI0DUBU0HVO quit Playhouse in southern Maine. It's the final RVJU1MBZIPVTFJOTPVUIFSO.BJOF*UTUIFmOBM show of the season at the playhouse, which TIPXPGUIFTFBTPOBUUIFQMBZIPVTF XIJDI celebrated its 80th season this year. DFMFCSBUFEJUTUITFBTPOUIJTZFBS "Buddy" is a tribute musical packed with the i#VEEZwJTBUSJCVUFNVTJDBMQBDLFEXJUIUIF


BUDDY HOLLY c r e a t e d a 0C22G6=::GQ`SObSRO body of music in a few P]Rg]T[caWQW\OTSe short years that conaV]`bgSO`abVObQ]\ tinues to influence all bW\cSab]W\Ă&#x20AC;cS\QSOZZ genres of pop more than US\`Sa]T^]^[]`SbVO\ 50 years later. Here are #gSO`aZObS`6S`SO`S 10 essential tracks: SaaS\bWOZb`OQYa( â&#x20AC;˘ "Rave On" - Bruce NÂľ@OdS=\œ³0`cQS Springsteen and countA^`W\UabSS\O\RQ]c\b less others do live verZSaa]bVS`aR]ZWdSdS` sions of this cool pop aW]\a]TbVWaQ]]Z^]^ rocker, which features `]QYS`eVWQVTSObc`Sa some of Holly's famous a][S]T6]ZZg¸aTO[]ca vocal gymnastics. d]QOZUg[\OabWQa â&#x20AC;˘ "Maybe Baby" - One NÂľ;OgPS0OPgœ³=\S of the songs that estab]TbVSa]\UabVObSabOP lished Holly's signature ZWaVSR6]ZZg¸aaWU\Obc`S twangy guitar sound. beO\UgUcWbO`a]c\R Can't help but sing 1O\¸bVSZ^PcbaW\U along. OZ]\U â&#x20AC;˘ "Not Fade Away" NÂľ<]b4ORS/eOgÂś - Timeless rocker that ÂłBW[SZSaa`]QYS`bVOb became The Rolling PSQO[SBVS@]ZZW\U Stones' first stateside Ab]\Sa¸Âż`ababObSaWRS single. aW\UZS â&#x20AC;˘ "Well... All R i g h t " - A NÂľESZZÂŹ/ZZ@WUVbœ³/ more somber Holly is on []`Sa][PS`6]ZZgWa]\ display here. Although RWa^ZOgVS`S/ZbV]cUV just a B-side (for "HeartXcabO0aWRST]`Âľ6SO`b beat"), this tune has PSObÂśbVWabc\SVOa been covered by everyPSS\Q]dS`SRPgSdS`g one from Blind Faith to ]\ST`][0ZW\R4OWbVb] Kid Rock. 9WR@]QY â&#x20AC;˘ "That'll Be the Day" NÂľBVOb¸ZZ0SbVS2OgÂś - Maybe the best-known Âł;OgPSbVSPSabY\]e\ of Holly's rockers, with ]T6]ZZg¸a`]QYS`aeWbV a title inspired by the ObWbZSW\a^W`SRPgbVS catchphrase used by QObQV^V`OaScaSRPg John Wayne in the 8]V\EOg\SW\bVS classic Western "The QZOaaWQESabS`\ÂľBVS Searchers." ASO`QVS`aÂś â&#x20AC;˘ "Peggy Sue" - The NÂľ>SUUgAcSœ³BVS basics of surf rock can POaWQa]Tac`T`]QYQO\ be found in this classic, PST]c\RW\bVWaQZOaaWQ with its thumping drum eWbVWbabVc[^W\UR`c[ beat and raw, rumbling PSObO\R`Oe`c[PZW\U guitar. UcWbO` â&#x20AC;˘ "Everyday"- The NÂľ3dS`gROgœ³BVS lighter side of Holly, this ZWUVbS`aWRS]T6]ZZgbVWa is an extremely pretty WaO\Sfb`S[SZg^`Sbbg song that became a hit a]\UbVObPSQO[SOVWb for James Taylor in the T]`8O[SaBOgZ]`W\bVS mid-'80s. [WR¸&a â&#x20AC;˘ "It's So Easy" - Nice NÂľ7b¸aA]3Oagœ³<WQS guitar work on this one, UcWbO`e]`Y]\bVWa]\S plus a hook that is so ^ZcaOV]]YbVObWaa] catchy, you can't get it QObQVgg]cQO\¸bUSbWb out of your head. Which, ]cb]Tg]c`VSOREVWQV in this case, is a good W\bVWaQOaSWaOU]]R thing. Big hit for Linda bVW\U0WUVWbT]`:W\RO Ronstadt in the '70s. @]\abORbW\bVS¸%a â&#x20AC;˘ "True Love Ways" NÂľB`cS:]dSEOgaÂś - Holly didn't just write Âł6]ZZgRWR\¸bXcabe`WbS rockers, as evidenced `]QYS`aOaSdWRS\QSR by this soft, slow ballad PgbVWaa]TbaZ]ePOZZOR sporting plenty of lush a^]`bW\U^ZS\bg]TZcaV strings and horns. ab`W\UaO\RV]`\a â&#x20AC;˘ "Oh, Boy!" - I've saved NÂľ=V0]gœ³7¸dSaOdSR the best for last. ThisbVSPSabT]`ZOabBVWa revved up silly rocker `SddSRc^aWZZg`]QYS` has it all - the fuzzy VOaWbOZZÂłbVSTchhg twang of the guitar, the beO\U]TbVSUcWbO`bVS doo-wop style backR]]e]^abgZSPOQY ground singing and U`]c\RaW\UW\UO\R Holly growling out the 6]ZZgU`]eZW\U]cbbVS lead vocals. ZSORd]QOZa - RAY ROUTHIER ´@/G@=CB673@

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THE PORTLAND Museum of Art B63>=@B:/<2;caSc[]T/`b opens its long-anticipated ]^S\aWbaZ]\UO\bWQW^ObSR exhibition, "Weatherbeaten: SfVWPWbW]\µESObVS`PSObS\( Winslow Homer and Maine," EW\aZ]e6][S`O\R;OW\S¶ on Saturday. The show ]\AObc`ROgBVSaV]e coincides with the opening Q]W\QWRSaeWbVbVS]^S\W\U of Homer's renovated ]T6][S`¸a`S\]dObSR Prouts Neck studio on >`]cba<SQYabcRW]]\ Tuesday, and features work BcSaROgO\RTSObc`Sae]`Y that Homer made while he bVOb6][S`[ORSeVWZSVS lived there. ZWdSRbVS`S WHEN: Opens Saturday. E63<(=^S\aAObc`ROg Through Dec 30. BV`]cUV2SQ! WHERE: Portland Museum of E63@3(>]`bZO\R;caSc[]T Art, 7 Congress Square /`b%1]\U`SaaA_cO`S HOW MUCH: $12; $10 for 6=E;C16( )T]` seniors and students; $6 for aS\W]`aO\RabcRS\ba)$T]` ages 13 to 17; free for ages OUSa!b]%)T`SST]`OUSa and younger; free for all 12O\Rg]c\US`)T`SST]`OZZ after 5 p.m. Fridays OTbS`#^[4`WROga INFO: 775-6148; 7<4=(%%#$"&) ^]`bZO\R[caSc[]`U

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songs that made Holly among the most TPOHTUIBUNBEF)PMMZBNPOHUIFNPTU influential rock stars of all time and one of JOnVFOUJBMSPDLTUBSTPGBMMUJNFBOEPOFPG the first inductees into the Rock and Roll UIFmSTUJOEVDUFFTJOUPUIF3PDLBOE3PMM Hall of Fame: "Peggy Sue," "Oh, Boy!" )BMMPG'BNFi1FHHZ4VF wi0I #PZw "Maybe Baby" and "That'll Be the Day," i.BZCF#BCZwBOEi5IBUMM#FUIF%BZ w among others. BNPOHPUIFST The show is almost a concert experi5IFTIPXJTBMNPTUBDPODFSUFYQFSJ ence, although there is quite a bit of FODF BMUIPVHIUIFSFJTRVJUFBCJUPG dialogue and acting as well. EJBMPHVFBOEBDUJOHBTXFMM "The latter half of both acts are basically i5IFMBUUFSIBMGPGCPUIBDUTBSFCBTJDBMMZ concerts," said Jenkins, who plays guitar DPODFSUT wTBJE+FOLJOT XIPQMBZTHVJUBS on stage. "In those performances, I am POTUBHFi*OUIPTFQFSGPSNBODFT *BN basically being a musician. There are moCBTJDBMMZCFJOHBNVTJDJBO5IFSFBSFNP ments on stage when I smile at the other NFOUTPOTUBHFXIFO*TNJMFBUUIFPUIFS guys in the band and let out a hoot and HVZTJOUIFCBOEBOEMFUPVUBIPPUBOE a holler. That is not me pretending to be BIPMMFS5IBUJTOPUNFQSFUFOEJOHUPCF Buddy Holly. That is just me." #VEEZ)PMMZ5IBUJTKVTUNFw One of the challenges of this show was 0OFPGUIFDIBMMFOHFTPGUIJTTIPXXBT putting a band together. The actors on QVUUJOHBCBOEUPHFUIFS5IFBDUPSTPO stage perform the songs themselves; TUBHFQFSGPSNUIFTPOHTUIFNTFMWFT there are no pit musicians. UIFSFBSFOPQJUNVTJDJBOT In this production, Holly's band, The *OUIJTQSPEVDUJPO )PMMZTCBOE 5IF Crickets, is completed by Sam Weber, who $SJDLFUT JTDPNQMFUFECZ4BN8FCFS XIP plays bass player Joe B. Mauldin, and QMBZTCBTTQMBZFS+PF#.BVMEJO BOE Joe "Cosmo" Cogen, who plays drummer +PFi$PTNPw$PHFO XIPQMBZTESVNNFS Jerry Allison. +FSSZ"MMJTPO In addition to learning their roles for the *OBEEJUJPOUPMFBSOJOHUIFJSSPMFTGPSUIF stage, the trio also had to learn about each TUBHF UIFUSJPBMTPIBEUPMFBSOBCPVUFBDI other as musicians. "Buddy" requires PUIFSBTNVTJDJBOTi#VEEZwSFRVJSFT them to put a band together and develop UIFNUPQVUBCBOEUPHFUIFSBOEEFWFMPQ a strong musical chemistry in just three BTUSPOHNVTJDBMDIFNJTUSZJOKVTUUISFF weeks of rehearsals and a month-long XFFLTPGSFIFBSTBMTBOEBNPOUIMPOH run. SVO So far, so good, Jenkins said. 4PGBS TPHPPE +FOLJOTTBJE "It really does feel like a band," he said. i*USFBMMZEPFTGFFMMJLFBCBOE wIFTBJE "Both guys are extremely talented. Sam i#PUIHVZTBSFFYUSFNFMZUBMFOUFE4BN and Joe, they are great guys. We get along BOE+PF UIFZBSFHSFBUHVZT8FHFUBMPOH really well, and it's been quick fun." SFBMMZXFMM BOEJUTCFFORVJDLGVOw Other members of the cast include 0UIFSNFNCFSTPGUIFDBTUJODMVEF Jayson Eliot as The Big Bopper, Ryan +BZTPO&MJPUBT5IF#JH#PQQFS 3ZBO Jagru as Ritchie Valens and Luke Darnell +BHSVBT3JUDIJF7BMFOTBOE-VLF%BSOFMM as Holly's manager, Norm Petty. The Big BT)PMMZTNBOBHFS /PSN1FUUZ5IF#JH Bopper and Valens died with Holly in a #PQQFSBOE7BMFOTEJFEXJUI)PMMZJOB plane crash in an Iowa corn field on Feb. QMBOFDSBTIJOBO*PXBDPSOmFMEPO'FC 3,1959, following a concert in nearby Clear   GPMMPXJOHBDPODFSUJOOFBSCZ$MFBS Lake. The Maine-based songwriter Don -BLF5IF.BJOFCBTFETPOHXSJUFS%PO

AS THE OGUNQUIT PLAYHOUSE winds up /AB63=5C<?C7B>:/G6=CA3eW\Rac^ its season with a fall production of WbaaSOa]\eWbVOTOZZ^`]RcQbW]\]T "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story," other Âľ0cRRg(BVS0cRRg6]ZZgAb]`gÂś]bVS` theaters in Portland and around the bVSObS`aW\>]`bZO\RO\RO`]c\RbVS region are preparing for the season `SUW]\O`S^`S^O`W\UT]`bVSaSOa]\ ahead. Here are some highlights: OVSOR6S`SO`Sa][SVWUVZWUVba( â&#x20AC;˘ PORTLAND STAGE COMPANY, 25A Forest N>=@B:/<2AB/531=;>/<G #/4]`Sab Ave. (774-0465; /dS%%""$#)^]`bZO\RabOUS]`U opens its season with Wendy Was]^S\aWbaaSOa]\eWbVES\RgEOa serstein's "The Sisters Rosensweig." aS`abSW\¸aÂľBVSAWabS`a@]aS\aeSWUÂś The family drama reunites three BVSTO[WZgR`O[O`Sc\WbSabV`SS Jewish-American sisters in London 8SeWaV/[S`WQO\aWabS`aW\:]\R]\ to celebrate the birthday of eldest. It b]QSZSP`ObSbVSPW`bVROg]TSZRSab7b previews on Tuesday, opens on Sept. ^`SdWSea]\BcSaROg]^S\a]\AS^b 30, and runs through Oct. 21. !O\R`c\abV`]cUV=Qb  â&#x20AC;˘ THE PUBLIC THEATRE, 31 Maple St., LewNB63>C0:71B63/B@3!;O^ZSAb:Se iston (782-3200; Wab]\%& ! )bVS^cPZWQbVSOb`S]`U opens with a new play, Karen Zacarias' ]^S\aeWbVO\Se^ZOg9O`S\HOQO`WOa¸ witty comedy "The Book Club." OpeneWbbgQ][SRgÂľBVS0]]Y1ZcPÂś=^S\ ing night is Oct. 19, and the show runs W\U\WUVbWa=Qb'O\RbVSaV]e`c\a through Oct. 28. bV`]cUV=Qb & The Public Theatre is working with BVS>cPZWQBVSOb`SWae]`YW\UeWbV the playwright on the continuing debVS^ZOge`WUVb]\bVSQ]\bW\cW\URS velopment of this new script followdSZ]^[S\b]TbVWa\SeaQ`W^bT]ZZ]e ing its previous production at Arena W\UWba^`SdW]ca^`]RcQbW]\Ob/`S\O Stage in Washington, D.C. Zacarias will AbOUSW\EOaVW\Ub]\21HOQO`WOaeWZZ participate in a post-show discussion ^O`bWQW^ObSW\O^]abaV]eRWaQcaaW]\ following the Oct. 21[ObW\SS matinee. T]ZZ]eW\UbVS=Qb â&#x20AC;˘ GOOD THEATER (885-5883; N5==2B63/B3@&&##&&!) kicks off its 11th U]]RbVSObS`Q][YWQYa]TTWbabV season with a two-performance event, aSOa]\eWbVObe]^S`T]`[O\QSSdS\b "An Evening with Broadway Star FlorÂľ/\3dS\W\UeWbV0`]OReOgAbO`4Z]` ence Lacey," at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 and S\QS:OQSgÂśOb%(!^[=Qb$O\R 2^[=Qb%:OQSgV]ZRabVS`SQ]`R p.m. Oct. 7. Lacey holds the record for the most performances of Eva T]`bVS[]ab^S`T]`[O\QSa]T3dO Peron in "Evita" - more than 3,000. >S`]\W\Âľ3dWbOœ³[]`SbVO\! The company begins its regular season BVSQ][^O\gPSUW\aWba`SUcZO`aSOa]\ with the Tony Award-nominated play eWbVbVSB]\g/eO`R\][W\ObSR^ZOg "Good People" Oct. 10 to Nov. 4. Good Âľ5]]R>S]^ZSÂś=Qbb]<]d"5]]R Theater presents its shows at the St. BVSObS`^`SaS\baWbaaV]eaObbVSAb Lawrence Arts Center, 76 Congress St., :Oe`S\QS/`ba1S\bS`%$1]\U`SaaAb Portland. >]`bZO\R â&#x20AC;˘ MAD HORSE THEATER COMPANY (730N;/26=@A3B63/B3@1=;>/<G%! 2389; opens its 27th !&')[ORV]`aSQ][]^S\aWba %bV season on Oct. 11 with David Mamet's aSOa]\]\=QbeWbV2OdWR;O[Sb¸a political comedy "November." It runs ^]ZWbWQOZQ][SRgÂľ<]dS[PS`Âś7b`c\a through Oct. 28. Mad Horse moves its bV`]cUV=Qb &;OR6]`aS[]dSaWba shows to a newly created black-box aV]eab]O\SeZgQ`SObSRPZOQYP]f space at the former Hutchins School, a^OQSObbVST]`[S`6cbQVW\aAQV]]Z

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Pfeni (D'Arcy Dersham), Gorgeous (Carole Healey), Tom (Michael Dix Thomas) >TS\W2¸/`Qg2S`aVO[5]`US]ca1O`]ZS6SOZSgB][;WQVOSZ2WfBV][Oa and Tess (Megan Dorn-Wallenstein, far right) inquire about Sara's (Amy O\RBSaa;SUO\2]`\EOZZS\abSW\TO``WUVbW\_cW`SOP]cbAO`O¸a/[g McDonald) night in Wendy Wasserstein's "The Sisters Rosenweig" at Portland ;Q2]\OZR\WUVbW\ES\RgEOaaS`abSW\¸aµBVSAWabS`a@]aS\eSWU¶Ob>]`bZO\R Stage. The show previews Tuesday and opens on Sept. 30. AbOUSBVSaV]e^`SdWSeaBcSaROgO\R]^S\a]\AS^b!

Center, Mansfield, Mass. $20 to $81.50.; (800) 745-3000 Saturday – Down with Warbeast and Haarp, 8:15 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $25.; (800) 745-3000 Sunday – David Byrne with St. Vincent, 7:30 p.m., Orpheum Theatre, Boston. $39.50 to $59.50.; (800) 745-3000 Sunday – Tyga, Kirko Bangz, Iggy Azalea, Sterling Simms and Jinsu, 8 p.m.., House of Blues, Boston. $30 to $45.; (800) 745-3000 Monday – Peter Gabriel, 8 p.m., TD Garden, Boston. $53.10 to $166.10.; (800) 745-3000 Sept. 27 – Kenny Wayne Shepherd, 7:30 p.m., Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $47.20 to $55.20.; (800) 745-3000 Sept. 27 – Margaret Cho, 7:30 p.m., The Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $42 to $47.; (603) 436-2400. Sept. 28 – Brian Regan, 7:30 p.m., Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $54.70 to $66.70.; (800) 745-3000 Sept. 28 – Beth Orton, 7:30 p.m., Somerville Theatre, Somerville, Mass. $25.; (800) 745-3000 Sept. 28 – A$ap Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown and A$ap Mob, 8 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $23 to $35.; (800) 745-3000 Sept. 29 – Who’s Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute, 7 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $20 to $30.; (800)

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McLean memorialized their deaths in the iconic pop song “American Pie” in 1972. The responsibility of getting the band in shape falls to John Bannister, who holds the title of music supervisor. He works for Buddy Worldwide LTD, the creators of the musical, and travels from site to site helping the actor-musicians with the music. He first joined the show in 1993 as a drummer. A classically trained Brit, Bannister auditioned for the London run of the show knowing nothing about Holly. He showed up for work after accepting the job, but couldn’t find the orchestra pit. “Where am I supposed to play?” he asked. “They said, ‘On stage,’ and from that moment on, I got the bug.”

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24 Mosher St., South Portland. It has presented its shows most recently at Lucid Stage in Portland, but Lucid is closing this fall. n AIRE, the American Irish Repertory Ensemble (799-5327; home.htm) opens with Brian Friel’s play “Faith Healer” on Oct. 4. It runs through Oct. 21 with performances at the Studio Theater at Portland Stage Company, 25A Forest Ave., Portland. The play focuses on itinerant faith

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He performed in various productions for several years, and in 2004 began his duties as musical director. Every cast is different, he said. “It’s all written down, but there’s a lot you can’t write down,” Bannister said. “With actor-musicians, you never know what standard they are at. They could be all right with the guitar, or they could be absolutely amazing. “What I have to do is find out what their strengths and weaknesses are and put it all together. I am basically the conductor, but I am not there for the actual show.” The band for the Ogunqit show, he said, “is quite incredible. These are great actors and great musicians. I am over the moon to be a part of this production.”


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healer Frank Hardy, his wife, and his manager as they travel to remote towns throughout the British Isles, where Frank attempts to cure the sick and suffering. It stars Broadway veteran and Maine resident Will Rhys. n THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE School of Music (780-5555) presents the one-act musical revue “Assassins” with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. It runs Nov. 2-4 at Corthell Concert Hall on the Gorham campus, and offers up nine sketches of people who killed presidents of the United States – or gave it their best shot. — BOB KEYES, STAFF WRITER


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rom what I've heard over the years, SPNXIBU*WFIFBSEPWFSUIFZFBST  QFPQMFFJUIFSMPWFPSIBUF5IF4OVH people either love or hate The Snug. Located on the corner of Washington -PDBUFEPOUIFDPSOFSPG8BTIJOHUPO BOE$POHSFTTBCPVUIBMGXBZVQ.VOKPZ and Congress about halfway up Munjoy Hill in Portland, it's become a neighbor)JMMJO1PSUMBOE JUTCFDPNFBOFJHICPS IPPECBSGPS&BTU&OEFST5IPTFXIPMPWF hood bar for East Enders. Those who love it do because it feels like home. For those JUEPCFDBVTFJUGFFMTMJLFIPNF'PSUIPTF XIPEPOU *HVFTTUIFZKVTUEPOUVOEFS who don't, I guess they just don't understand the charm of this little bar. TUBOEUIFDIBSNPGUIJTMJUUMFCBS When I was a student at the Salt Insti8IFO*XBTBTUVEFOUBUUIF4BMU*OTUJ tute for Documentary Studies in fall 2007, UVUFGPS%PDVNFOUBSZ4UVEJFTJOGBMM  a number of my classmates called The BOVNCFSPGNZDMBTTNBUFTDBMMFE5IF Snug home after long days of writing, 4OVHIPNFBGUFSMPOHEBZTPGXSJUJOH  developing and printing photos or editing EFWFMPQJOHBOEQSJOUJOHQIPUPTPSFEJUJOH audio. I never had the chance to join them BVEJP*OFWFSIBEUIFDIBODFUPKPJOUIFN then, nor had I thought about checking out UIFO OPSIBE*UIPVHIUBCPVUDIFDLJOHPVU The Snug since. 5IF4OVHTJODF That changed when I met a friend there 5IBUDIBOHFEXIFO*NFUBGSJFOEUIFSF on a recent Saturday night for drinks and POBSFDFOU4BUVSEBZOJHIUGPSESJOLTBOE catching up with each other. DBUDIJOHVQXJUIFBDIPUIFS The nice thing about The Snug is that 5IFOJDFUIJOHBCPVU5IF4OVHJTUIBU if you live on the East End, it's within JGZPVMJWFPOUIF&BTU&OE JUTXJUIJO walking distance. If you don't, it's easier to XBMLJOHEJTUBODF*GZPVEPOU JUTFBTJFSUP find parking than at some place in the Old mOEQBSLJOHUIBOBUTPNFQMBDFJOUIF0ME Port. I pulled into a spot just out front and 1PSU*QVMMFEJOUPBTQPUKVTUPVUGSPOUBOE bellied up to the bar with my friend. CFMMJFEVQUPUIFCBSXJUINZGSJFOE The taps are front and center so you 5IFUBQTBSFGSPOUBOEDFOUFSTPZPV have no question about what is available IBWFOPRVFTUJPOBCPVUXIBUJTBWBJMBCMF for your brew pleasure. My friend ordered GPSZPVSCSFXQMFBTVSF.ZGSJFOEPSEFSFE the TurboDog beer brewed in Louisiana UIF5VSCP%PHCFFSCSFXFEJO-PVJTJBOB - a pint will run you $4. Disappointed to oBQJOUXJMMSVOZPV%JTBQQPJOUFEUP see they didn't have Pumpkinhead or TFFUIFZEJEOUIBWF1VNQLJOIFBEPS another pumpkin-esque brew, I decided to BOPUIFSQVNQLJOFTRVFCSFX *EFDJEFEUP go for Crown Royale and ginger ale. That HPGPS$SPXO3PZBMFBOEHJOHFSBMF5IBU was a stiff drink for $6.50. XBTBTUJGGESJOLGPS There's no formal drink menu at The 5IFSFTOPGPSNBMESJOLNFOVBU5IF Snug. It seems that beer is the beverage of 4OVH*UTFFNTUIBUCFFSJTUIFCFWFSBHFPG choice for most patrons. However, there's DIPJDFGPSNPTUQBUSPOT)PXFWFS UIFSFT a fully stocked bar, and the bartenders are BGVMMZTUPDLFECBS BOEUIFCBSUFOEFSTBSF willing to make whatever you'd like. XJMMJOHUPNBLFXIBUFWFSZPVEMJLF A group of college buddies, now in their "HSPVQPGDPMMFHFCVEEJFT OPXJOUIFJS mid-30s, took over the corner of the bar NJET UPPLPWFSUIFDPSOFSPGUIFCBS next to us. We noticed one of them leave OFYUUPVT8FOPUJDFEPOFPGUIFNMFBWF and return a few minutes later with a pizza BOESFUVSOBGFXNJOVUFTMBUFSXJUIBQJ[[B box from Otto's next door. This made my CPYGSPN0UUPTOFYUEPPS5IJTNBEFNZ friend hungry. She asked to try one of the GSJFOEIVOHSZ4IFBTLFEUPUSZPOFPGUIF bar's $3 "big hot pretzels" advertised on CBSTiCJHIPUQSFU[FMTwBEWFSUJTFEPO a chalkboard behind the bar. Sadly, there BDIBMLCPBSECFIJOEUIFCBS4BEMZ UIFSF were none available at the time. XFSFOPOFBWBJMBCMFBUUIFUJNF "You can go get a slice next door if i:PVDBOHPHFUBTMJDFOFYUEPPSJG you want," the bartender said, adding ZPVXBOU wUIFCBSUFOEFSTBJE BEEJOH they have no problem if people do that UIFZIBWFOPQSPCMFNJGQFPQMFEPUIBU


Continued from Page E27 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 % turn off people who aren't used to it or UVSOPGGQFPQMFXIPBSFOUVTFEUPJUPS don't like it. EPOUMJLFJU I also tried the spinach dal and a very *BMTPUSJFEUIFTQJOBDIEBMBOEBWFSZ good egg curry in a tomato gravy. The HPPEFHHDVSSZJOBUPNBUPHSBWZ5IF fourth vegetarian dish was Sambhar, GPVSUIWFHFUBSJBOEJTIXBT4BNCIBS  a spiced lentil dish with onions and BTQJDFEMFOUJMEJTIXJUIPOJPOTBOE tomatoes. UPNBUPFT The three meat dishes were butter 5IFUISFFNFBUEJTIFTXFSFCVUUFS chicken, Kadai chicken (seasoned with DIJDLFO ,BEBJDIJDLFO TFBTPOFEXJUI the house masala and served with UIFIPVTFNBTBMBBOETFSWFEXJUI onions, bell pepper and tomatoes) and POJPOT CFMMQFQQFSBOEUPNBUPFT BOE chicken legs that had been cooked in DIJDLFOMFHTUIBUIBECFFODPPLFEJO the tandoori oven. UIFUBOEPPSJPWFO

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Ashley Hanamann, Bryan McLeod and Ethan Jud, all of Portland, chat over beers at The Snug. /aVZSg6O\O[O\\0`gO\;Q:S]RO\R3bVO\8cROZZ]T>]`bZO\RQVOb]dS`PSS`aObBVSA\cU

THE SNUG K?<JEL> WHERE: 223 Congress St., Portland E63@3( !1]\U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R PHONE: 772-6839 >6=<3(%% $&!' WEBSITE: E30A7B3(bVSa\cU^cPQ][ HOURS: 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. (give or 6=C@A(#^[b]O[UWdS]` take) daily bOYSROWZg PARKING: On street >/@97<5(=\ab`SSb HAPPY HOUR: 5 to 7 p.m. daily, with 6/>>G6=C@(#b]%^[ROWZgeWbV $3 drafts and $4 well drinks !R`OTbaO\R"eSZZR`W\Ya SCENE: Small neighborhood bar A13<3(A[OZZ\SWUVP]`V]]RPO` without the hassle of Old Port eWbV]cbbVSVOaaZS]T=ZR>]`b nightlife. \WUVbZWTS

For condiments, the buffet featured 'PSDPOEJNFOUT UIFCVGGFUGFBUVSFE two chutneys, tamarind and coconut, UXPDIVUOFZT UBNBSJOEBOEDPDPOVU  and a cooling raita (a yogurt-based BOEBDPPMJOHSBJUB BZPHVSUCBTFE condiment/side dish that pairs well with DPOEJNFOUTJEFEJTIUIBUQBJSTXFMMXJUI spicier dishes). I only tried the coconut TQJDJFSEJTIFT *POMZUSJFEUIFDPDPOVU chutney, but I could have eaten it with a DIVUOFZ CVU*DPVMEIBWFFBUFOJUXJUIB spoon, it was so good. (And I did.) TQPPO JUXBTTPHPPE "OE*EJE

The house brings each table its own 5IFIPVTFCSJOHTFBDIUBCMFJUTPXO basket full of hot naan, and I have to CBTLFUGVMMPGIPUOBBO BOE*IBWFUP say that this simple bread was one of TBZUIBUUIJTTJNQMFCSFBEXBTPOFPG my favorite things about the meal. It NZGBWPSJUFUIJOHTBCPVUUIFNFBM*U was hot and fresh, and long after I was XBTIPUBOEGSFTI BOEMPOHBGUFS*XBT done with the buffet food, I sat at my EPOFXJUIUIFCVGGFUGPPE *TBUBUNZ table and kept compulsively eating the UBCMFBOELFQUDPNQVMTJWFMZFBUJOHUIF bread. It was perfect. There was also CSFBE*UXBTQFSGFDU5IFSFXBTBMTP bread of sorts on the buffet - a tangy CSFBEPGTPSUTPOUIFCVGGFUoBUBOHZ pakora fritter made with chickpea flour, QBLPSBGSJUUFSNBEFXJUIDIJDLQFBGMPVS 

throughout the night. UISPVHIPVUUIFOJHIU For people who didn't instantly fall in 'PSQFPQMFXIPEJEOUJOTUBOUMZGBMMJO love with The Snug, it may be because MPWFXJUI5IF4OVH JUNBZCFCFDBVTF they don't know how to embrace snarky UIFZEPOULOPXIPXUPFNCSBDFTOBSLZ humor. Between the bathroom doors at IVNPS#FUXFFOUIFCBUISPPNEPPSTBU the back of the bar, a sign reads, "Only UIFCBDLPGUIFCBS BTJHOSFBET i0OMZ ONE person at a time in the restroom. 0/&QFSTPOBUBUJNFJOUIFSFTUSPPN ANYONE caught violating this policy will "/:0/&DBVHIUWJPMBUJOHUIJTQPMJDZXJMM be barred from The Snug indefinitely," CFCBSSFEGSPN5IF4OVHJOEFmOJUFMZ w followed in small print by, "Don't make GPMMPXFEJOTNBMMQSJOUCZ i%POUNBLF Michelle open a can of whoop-(butt)." .JDIFMMFPQFOBDBOPGXIPPQ CVUU w I didn't get to meet Michelle the night I *EJEOUHFUUPNFFU.JDIFMMFUIFOJHIU* was there, but she seems to be The Snug's XBTUIFSF CVUTIFTFFNTUPCF5IF4OVHT legendary bartender. She was also probMFHFOEBSZCBSUFOEFS4IFXBTBMTPQSPC ably the bartender responsible for putting BCMZUIFCBSUFOEFSSFTQPOTJCMFGPSQVUUJOH

up the snarky sign telling folks not to ask VQUIFTOBSLZTJHOUFMMJOHGPMLTOPUUPBTL her to turn on, change or turn up the small IFSUPUVSOPO DIBOHFPSUVSOVQUIFTNBMM television behind the bar, because she UFMFWJTJPOCFIJOEUIFCBS CFDBVTFTIF likely wouldn't do it. MJLFMZXPVMEOUEPJU Hitting up The Snug in groups is great, )JUUJOHVQ5IF4OVHJOHSPVQTJTHSFBU  because there are cozy booths lining the CFDBVTFUIFSFBSFDP[ZCPPUITMJOJOHUIF wall opposite the bar that will encase your XBMMPQQPTJUFUIFCBSUIBUXJMMFODBTFZPVS party. QBSUZ And despite the witty signs, old photos "OEEFTQJUFUIFXJUUZTJHOT PMEQIPUPT of the owner's family hung throughout the PGUIFPXOFSTGBNJMZIVOHUISPVHIPVUUIF bar can help you see The Snug has family CBSDBOIFMQZPVTFF5IF4OVHIBTGBNJMZ values. WBMVFT

spinach and onions, fluffy like a thick TQJOBDIBOEPOJPOT GMVGGZMJLFBUIJDL white pancake. It was good, but not in XIJUFQBODBLF*UXBTHPPE CVUOPUJO the same league as that hot naan. UIFTBNFMFBHVFBTUIBUIPUOBBO For dessert, the buffet had a mango 'PSEFTTFSU UIFCVGGFUIBEBNBOHP fruit custard that was so thin I'm not GSVJUDVTUBSEUIBUXBTTPUIJO*NOPU sure why it's called custard. The other TVSFXIZJUTDBMMFEDVTUBSE5IFPUIFS dessert was the one I went for - my EFTTFSUXBTUIFPOF*XFOUGPSoNZ favorite Indian dessert, kheer, which is GBWPSJUF*OEJBOEFTTFSU LIFFS XIJDIJT a rice pudding made with whole milk, BSJDFQVEEJOHNBEFXJUIXIPMFNJML  rice, cardamom, sugar, nuts and raisins. SJDF DBSEBNPN TVHBS OVUTBOESBJTJOT This was disappointing for a couple 5IJTXBTEJTBQQPJOUJOHGPSBDPVQMF of reasons. One is just personal prefPGSFBTPOT0OFJTKVTUQFSTPOBMQSFG erence. The kheer was made with FSFODF5IFLIFFSXBTNBEFXJUI vermicelli, which is not unusual but WFSNJDFMMJ XIJDIJTOPUVOVTVBMCVU not what I'm used to. I prefer short- or OPUXIBU*NVTFEUP*QSFGFSTIPSUPS medium-grain rice so the grain doesn't NFEJVNHSBJOSJDFTPUIFHSBJOEPFTOU overwhelm the rest of the dish. PWFSXIFMNUIFSFTUPGUIFEJTI

The other reasons for my disappoint5IFPUIFSSFBTPOTGPSNZEJTBQQPJOU ment probably have to do with the fact NFOUQSPCBCMZIBWFUPEPXJUIUIFGBDU that this was a buffet. The Taj kheer UIBUUIJTXBTBCVGGFU5IF5BKLIFFS had plenty (too much) vermicelli, but I IBEQMFOUZ UPPNVDI WFSNJDFMMJ CVU* really had to dig around to find any nuts SFBMMZIBEUPEJHBSPVOEUPGJOEBOZOVUT (they used cashews, but you can also UIFZVTFEDBTIFXT CVUZPVDBOBMTP use almonds), and I don't think I found VTFBMNPOET BOE*EPOUUIJOL*GPVOE a single raisin. Maybe they were all BTJOHMFSBJTJO.BZCFUIFZXFSFBMM taken by earlier visitors to the buffet. UBLFOCZFBSMJFSWJTJUPSTUPUIFCVGGFU Taj has a fridge filled with Indian beer 5BKIBTBGSJEHFGJMMFEXJUI*OEJBOCFFS and colas, including the ubiquitous BOEDPMBT JODMVEJOHUIFVCJRVJUPVT (in India) Thumbs Up. They also sell JO*OEJB 5IVNCT6Q5IFZBMTPTFMM house-made mango lassis from the IPVTFNBEFNBOHPMBTTJTGSPNUIF fridge for about $3. GSJEHFGPSBCPVU

Emma Bouthillette is a freelance writer who lives in 3[[O0]cbVWZZSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Biddeford. 0WRRST]`R

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ong Trail and Otter Creek beers have POH5SBJMBOE0UUFS$SFFLCFFSTIBWF CFFOBWBJMBCMFJO.BJOFGPSBCPVU been available in Maine for about a decade, and I have been drinking BEFDBEF BOE*IBWFCFFOESJOLJOH both of them occasionally, enjoying them CPUIPGUIFNPDDBTJPOBMMZ FOKPZJOHUIFN quite a bit. RVJUFBCJU 8IJMF*BNB.BJOFSBOEESJOLNPTUMZ While I am a Mainer and drink mostly Maine beers, the whole of New England .BJOFCFFST UIFXIPMFPG/FX&OHMBOE is smaller than a lot JTTNBMMFSUIBOBMPU of states, so Vermont PGTUBUFT TP7FSNPOU beers could, without CFFSTDPVME XJUIPVU much of a stretch, be NVDIPGBTUSFUDI CF considered local. DPOTJEFSFEMPDBM Long Trail and -POH5SBJMBOE Otter Creek are 0UUFS$SFFLBSF now part of the OPXQBSUPGUIF same TBNFDPNQBOZoBT Tnm Atwoll company - as IUIII HIWCII ig Wolaver-S5 the JT8PMBWFST UIF What AleS YOU PSHBOJDCSFXJOH organic brewing component of Otter DPNQPOFOUPG0UUFS Creek. $SFFL I met recently with Steve Kierstead, *NFUSFDFOUMZXJUI4UFWF,JFSTUFBE  the company's regional sales manager UIFDPNQBOZTSFHJPOBMTBMFTNBOBHFS for Maine, New Hampshire and Boston, GPS.BJOF /FX)BNQTIJSFBOE#PTUPO  who said the merger occurred about XIPTBJEUIFNFSHFSPDDVSSFEBCPVU three years ago. And he said that busiUISFFZFBSTBHP"OEIFTBJEUIBUCVTJ ness is going well. OFTTJTHPJOHXFMM The Long Trail I have drunk mostly 5IF-POH5SBJM*IBWFESVOLNPTUMZ over the years is Double Bag, a 7.2PWFSUIFZFBSTJT%PVCMF#BH B percent alcohol, American replication QFSDFOUBMDPIPM "NFSJDBOSFQMJDBUJPO of a German double altbier that's a bit PGB(FSNBOEPVCMFBMUCJFSUIBUTBCJU similar to a British strong ale. TJNJMBSUPB#SJUJTITUSPOHBMF This beer does not have a lot of hops to 5IJTCFFSEPFTOPUIBWFBMPUPGIPQTUP it, letting the malts - and just a little bit JU MFUUJOHUIFNBMUToBOEKVTUBMJUUMFCJU of wheat - dominate the flavor. PGXIFBUoEPNJOBUFUIFnBWPS One bit of warning with this beer: It 0OFCJUPGXBSOJOHXJUIUIJTCFFS*U tastes like it is under 5 percent alcohol, UBTUFTMJLFJUJTVOEFSQFSDFOUBMDPIPM  so it can sneak up on you fairly quickly. TPJUDBOTOFBLVQPOZPVGBJSMZRVJDLMZ Long Trail Ale, the company's signa-POH5SBJM"MF UIFDPNQBOZTTJHOB ture brand, is Double Bag's little brother, UVSFCSBOE JT%PVCMF#BHTMJUUMFCSPUIFS  a regular altbier at 4.3 percent alcohol. BSFHVMBSBMUCJFSBUQFSDFOUBMDPIPM This is a fairly complex beer, full-bodied 5IJTJTBGBJSMZDPNQMFYCFFS GVMMCPEJFE but not overly hoppy, fairly crisp and CVUOPUPWFSMZIPQQZ GBJSMZDSJTQBOE easy drinking. FBTZESJOLJOH The Harvest Ale, Long Trail's autumn 5IF)BSWFTU"MF -POH5SBJMTBVUVNO seasonal, is a brown ale made with VerTFBTPOBM JTBCSPXOBMFNBEFXJUI7FS mont ingredients, and it is a rich brown NPOUJOHSFEJFOUT BOEJUJTBSJDICSPXO

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The Vermont brewer Long Trail makes solid brews, including Double Bag, Long Trail Ale and Harvest Ale. BVSDS`[]\bP`SeS`:]\UB`OWZ[OYSaa]ZWRP`SeaW\QZcRW\U2]cPZS0OU:]\UB`OWZ/ZSO\R6O`dSab/ZS ale with only 3.6 percent alcohol. It's BMFXJUIPOMZQFSDFOUBMDPIPM*UT flavorful and pleasant. nBWPSGVMBOEQMFBTBOU Long Trail offers a Double IPA, which -POH5SBJMPGGFSTB%PVCMF*1" XIJDI comes in 22-ounce bottles, a sign that it DPNFTJOPVODFCPUUMFT BTJHOUIBUJU is a big and serious beer. This is more JTBCJHBOETFSJPVTCFFS5IJTJTNPSF of a West Coast IPA - full-flavored, 8.6 PGB8FTU$PBTU*1"oGVMMnBWPSFE  percent alcohol, highly hopped and with QFSDFOUBMDPIPM IJHIMZIPQQFEBOEXJUI an intense body. I split this bottle with BOJOUFOTFCPEZ*TQMJUUIJTCPUUMFXJUI four experienced beer drinkers, and we GPVSFYQFSJFODFECFFSESJOLFST BOEXF all would be willing to have a bit more of BMMXPVMECFXJMMJOHUPIBWFBCJUNPSFPG this one. UIJTPOF Long Trail Traditional IPA is another -POH5SBJM5SBEJUJPOBM*1"JTBOPUIFS absolutely wonderful beer. This is the BCTPMVUFMZXPOEFSGVMCFFS5IJTJTUIF beer that people who are a bit older reCFFSUIBUQFPQMFXIPBSFBCJUPMEFSSF member as IPAs. The hops is definitely NFNCFSBT*1"T5IFIPQTJTEFmOJUFMZ noticeable, but it is not dominant. It is OPUJDFBCMF CVUJUJTOPUEPNJOBOU*UJT only 5.4 percent alcohol, a bit high to be POMZQFSDFOUBMDPIPM BCJUIJHIUPCF a session beer but in the same league as BTFTTJPOCFFSCVUJOUIFTBNFMFBHVFBT your traditional American lagers. ZPVSUSBEJUJPOBM"NFSJDBOMBHFST So it is a traditional IPA in that way, but 4PJUJTBUSBEJUJPOBM*1"JOUIBUXBZ CVU it is also unfiltered, naturally carbonated JUJTBMTPVOmMUFSFE OBUVSBMMZDBSCPOBUFE and dry hopped. It is close with Double BOEESZIPQQFE*UJTDMPTFXJUI%PVCMF Bag, but it is the favorite of the beers I #BH CVUJUJTUIFGBWPSJUFPGUIFCFFST* tasted from Long Trail after speaking UBTUFEGSPN-POH5SBJMBGUFSTQFBLJOH

with Kierstead. XJUI,JFSTUFBE Kierstead said Long Trail, and to a ,JFSTUFBETBJE-POH5SBJM BOEUPB lesser extent Otter Creek, is making MFTTFSFYUFOU0UUFS$SFFL JTNBLJOH pretty good inroads into Maine - espeQSFUUZHPPEJOSPBETJOUP.BJOFoFTQF cially in bars. DJBMMZJOCBST "In the Portland area, 54 percent of our i*OUIF1PSUMBOEBSFB QFSDFOUPGPVS business is on draught," he said. He said CVTJOFTTJTPOESBVHIU wIFTBJE)FTBJE the norm for most beers is 80 percent in UIFOPSNGPSNPTUCFFSTJTQFSDFOUJO bottles and 20 percent on draft, and that CPUUMFTBOEQFSDFOUPOESBGU BOEUIBU Long Trail is more popular on (draught -POH5SBJMJTNPSFQPQVMBSPOESBVHIU throughout the state than it is in bottles UISPVHIPVUUIFTUBUFUIBOJUJTJOCPUUMFT - but the numbers are not as significant oCVUUIFOVNCFSTBSFOPUBTTJHOJmDBOU as they are in the Portland area. BTUIFZBSFJOUIF1PSUMBOEBSFB He also said that Wolaver's is a beer )FBMTPTBJEUIBU8PMBWFSTJTBCFFS that is gaining market share, although it UIBUJTHBJOJOHNBSLFUTIBSF BMUIPVHIJU still sells less than both Long Trail and TUJMMTFMMTMFTTUIBOCPUI-POH5SBJMBOE Otter Creek. 0UUFS$SFFL "The brand is 100 percent USDA-certii5IFCSBOEJTQFSDFOU64%"DFSUJ fied organic, and people are willing to mFEPSHBOJD BOEQFPQMFBSFXJMMJOHUP pay a premium for that," he said. He said QBZBQSFNJVNGPSUIBU wIFTBJE)FTBJE Wolaver's has an Oatmeal Stout that is 8PMBWFSTIBTBO0BUNFBM4UPVUUIBUJT excellent, a good IPA and a pumpkin ale. FYDFMMFOU BHPPE*1"BOEBQVNQLJOBMF I will definitely be looking for the Oatmeal *XJMMEFmOJUFMZCFMPPLJOHGPSUIF0BUNFBM Stout. 4UPVU

and drawings examine the relationship between ANDDRAWINGSEXAMINETHERELATIONSHIPBETWEEN Homer, architect John Calvin Stevens and (OMER ARCHITECT*OHN#ALVIN3TEVENSAND the Portland Society of Art, through Feb. 3. THE0ORTLAND3OCIETYOF!RT THROUGH&EB PORTLANDMUSEUMORG Maine Historical Society Museum/Longfellow -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM,ONGFELLOW House, Portland: "Wired!" explores the (OUSE 0ORTLANDh7IREDvEXPLORESTHE electrification of Maine during the 20th century, ELECTRIlCATIONOF-AINEDURINGTHETHCENTURY through May 26. THROUGH-AYMAINEHISTORYORG Maine Jewish Museum, Portland: Rush -AINE*EWISH-USEUM 0ORTLAND2USH Brown, "Portland: Capturing a Changing "ROWN h0ORTLAND#APTURINGA#HANGING Neighborhood," paintings, through Sept. 30. .EIGHBORHOOD vPAINTINGS THROUGH3EPT MAINEJEWISHMUSEUMORG Maine Museum of Photographic Arts, USM -AINE-USEUMOF0HOTOGRAPHIC!RTS 53- Glickman Library, Portland: Luc Demers, "Trace," 'LICKMAN,IBRARY 0ORTLAND,UC$EMERS h4RACE v through Dec. 21. THROUGH$ECUSMMAINEEDULIBRARY Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICK William Wegman, "Hello Nature," 30-year 7ILLIAM7EGMAN h(ELLO.ATURE v YEAR retrospective of artist's work, through Oct. 21; RETROSPECTIVEOFARTISTSWORK THROUGH/CT "Making a Presence: F. Holland Day in Artistic h-AKINGA0RESENCE&(OLLAND$AYIN!RTISTIC Photography," photographs by and of F. Holland 0HOTOGRAPHY vPHOTOGRAPHSBYANDOF&(OLLAND Day (1864-1933), through Dec. 23. $AY  THROUGH$ECBOWDOINEDU art-museum ART MUSEUM Pejepscot Historical Society Museum, Brunswick: 0EJEPSCOT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM "RUNSWICK "Promenade: A Walk in Style Through Pejepscot's h0ROMENADE!7ALKIN3TYLE4HROUGH0EJEPSCOTS Past," through Oct. 31. 0AST vTHROUGH/CTPEJEPSCOTHISTORICALORG Maine Maritime Museum, Bath: "Subdue, Seize -AINE-ARITIME-USEUM "ATHh3UBDUE 3EIZE and Take: Maritime Maine in the Unwelcome AND4AKE-ARITIME-AINEINTHE5NWELCOME Interruption of the War of 1812," examines the )NTERRUPTIONOFTHE7AROF vEXAMINESTHE maritime world of pre-statehood Maine, through MARITIMEWORLDOFPRE STATEHOOD-AINE THROUGH

Oct. 12; "Sea Lives," ocean-inspired sculpture /CTh3EA,IVES vOCEAN INSPIREDSCULPTURE by Sonja Weber Gilkey, through Oct. 21. BY3ONJA7EBER'ILKEY THROUGH/CT MAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG Dyer Library/Saco Museum: "The Moving $YER,IBRARY3ACO-USEUMh4HE-OVING Panorama of Pilgrim's Progress," Civil War-era 0ANORAMAOF0ILGRIMS0ROGRESS v#IVIL7AR ERA panorama seen in its entirety for the first time in PANORAMASEENINITSENTIRETYFORTHElRSTTIMEIN more than a century (also at Pepperell Mills in MORETHANACENTURYALSOAT0EPPERELL-ILLSIN Bidderford), and "Then, Now and Always a Part of "IDDERFORD ANDh4HEN .OWAND!LWAYSA0ARTOF

SEBAGO BREWING Co.'s Local Har4&#"(0#3&8*/($PT-PDBM)BS vest Ale has been available in four-packs WFTU"MFIBTCFFOBWBJMBCMFJOGPVSQBDLT for about 10 days now, and you will have GPSBCPVUEBZTOPX BOEZPVXJMMIBWF until November to get your fill of this VOUJM/PWFNCFSUPHFUZPVSGJMMPGUIJT excellent pale ale. FYDFMMFOUQBMFBMF It is strongly hopped, 6 percent alco*UJTTUSPOHMZIPQQFE QFSDFOUBMDP hol, mahogany in color, and the ideal IPM NBIPHBOZJODPMPS BOEUIFJEFBM beer for foodies who like to buy local. CFFSGPSGPPEJFTXIPMJLFUPCVZMPDBM SHIPYARD BREWING Co. is follow 4)*1:"3%#3&8*/($PJTGPMMPX ing its release of its Export Ale in cans JOHJUTSFMFBTFPGJUT&YQPSU"MFJODBOT earlier this summer with the release of FBSMJFSUIJTTVNNFSXJUIUIFSFMFBTFPG its popular Pumpkinhead Ale in cans JUTQPQVMBS1VNQLJOIFBE"MFJODBOT this fall. UIJTGBMM When I tasted the canned Export on 8IFO*UBTUFEUIFDBOOFE&YQPSUPO a fishing trip in June, I found I liked it BGJTIJOHUSJQJO+VOF *GPVOE*MJLFEJU better than the bottled variety. I will not CFUUFSUIBOUIFCPUUMFEWBSJFUZ*XJMMOPU be doing a side-by-side tasting of the CFEPJOHBTJEFCZTJEFUBTUJOHPGUIF Pumpkinhead. 1VNQLJOIFBE Tom Atwell is a freelance writer living in Cape B][/beSZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`ZWdW\UW\1O^S Elizabeth. He can be contacted at 767-2297 or at: 3ZWhOPSbV6SQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%$% '%]`Ob( b][ObeSZZ.[SQ][

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EXPERIMENTALWORKS 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE experimental works, University of Southern Maine (Art Gallery), Gorham. !RT'ALLERY 'ORHAMUSMMAINEEDUGALLERY /PENS3EPT4HROUGH$EC Opens Sept. 27. Through Dec. 9. "Ben Potter: "Home Field," Perimeter Gallery, h"EN0OTTERh(OME&IELD v0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFAST /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM Belfast. 338-0555. Opening reception, 6 to 8 p.m. Sept. 27. Through Nov. 25. 3EPT4HROUGH.OV

CONTINUING #/.4).5).' 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND!RT'ALLERY University of New England (Art Gallery), Portland: "Upon Reflection," photographs by 0ORTLANDh5PON2EmECTION vPHOTOGRAPHSBY Judy Ellis Glickman, through Sept. 30. *UDY%LLIS'LICKMAN THROUGH3EPTUNEEDU artgallery ARTGALLERY Gleason Fine Art, Portland: Joellyn Duesberry, 'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLAND*OELLYN$UESBERRY "40 Years Celebrating Maine," through Sept. 29. h9EARS#ELEBRATING-AINE vTHROUGH3EPT 699-5599.   Heron Point Gallery, Portland: Randall Harris, (ERON0OINT'ALLERY 0ORTLAND2ANDALL(ARRIS "Life Drawings," through Sept. 29. 773-0822. h,IFE$RAWINGS vTHROUGH3EPT  Maine Potters Market, Portland: Susan Horowitz, -AINE0OTTERS-ARKET 0ORTLAND3USAN(OROWITZ handcrafted pottery pieces, through Wednesday. HANDCRAFTEDPOTTERYPIECES THROUGH7EDNESDAY MAINEPOTTERSMARKETCOM "Trace," an exhibition of photographs µB`OQS¶O\SfVWPWbW]\]T^V]b]U`O^Va Portland Public Library: "Inspired by Space: 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARYh)NSPIREDBY3PACE by Demers, continuing through Dec. 21 Pg2S[S`aQ]\bW\cW\UbV`]cUV2SQ  !RTISTSOFTHE#HESTNUT3TREET,OFTS vVARIOUSARTISTS Artists of the Chestnut Street Lofts," various artists, at USM's Glickman Library. ObCA;¸a5ZWQY[O\:WP`O`g through Sept. 30. THROUGH3EPTPORTLANDLIBRARYCOM Harmon's & Barton's Gallery, Portland: Jo(ARMONS"ARTONS'ALLERY 0ORTLAND*O Sunday, 3UNDAYMUSEUMLAORG Ann Sanborn, Sandi Johnson and Tara O'Neill, !NN3ANBORN 3ANDI*OHNSONAND4ARA/.EILL Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville: "Interior h0AINTERLY0ERSPECTIVES vTHROUGH3EPT #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLEh)NTERIOR "Painterly Perspectives," through Sept. 30. Visions: Selections from the Collection," pieces 6ISIONS3ELECTIONSFROMTHE#OLLECTION vPIECES HARMONSBARTONSCOM from museum collection curated by Alex Katz, FROMMUSEUMCOLLECTIONCURATEDBY!LEX+ATZ Addison Woolley Gallery, Portland: Andrea van !DDISON7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLAND!NDREAVAN through Oct. 7; Alex Katz, "Maine/New York," 28 THROUGH/CT!LEX+ATZ h-AINE.EW9ORK v Voorst van Beest and Jim Kelly, gouache paintings, 6OORSTVAN"EESTAND*IM+ELLY GOUACHEPAINTINGS paintings and one multi-part sculpture, through PAINTINGSANDONEMULTI PARTSCULPTURE THROUGH intaglio prints and mixed media, through Sept. 29. INTAGLIOPRINTSANDMIXEDMEDIA THROUGH3EPT Dec. 30. $ECCOLBYEDU Greenhut Galleries, Portland: Jon Imber, "Life at 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND*ON)MBER h,IFEAT Maine State Museum, Augusta: "Malaga Island: -AINE3TATE-USEUM !UGUSTAh-ALAGA)SLAND the Shore," through Sept. 29; J.Thomas R. Higgins, THE3HORE vTHROUGH3EPT*4HOMAS2(IGGINS Fragmented Lives," historic photographs, &RAGMENTED,IVES vHISTORICPHOTOGRAPHS "Paint and Perception: A Retrospective Exhibition," h0AINTAND0ERCEPTION!2ETROSPECTIVE%XHIBITION v documents, artifacts and first-person accounts, DOCUMENTS ARTIFACTSANDlRST PERSONACCOUNTS through Oct. 10. THROUGH/CTGREENHUTGALLERIESCOM through May. THROUGH-AYMAINESTATEMUSEUMORG Constellation Gallery, Portland: "Far Out," #ONSTELLATION'ALLERY 0ORTLANDh&AR/UT v Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland: "The &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLANDh4HE Maine Artists Collective show, through Thursday. -AINE!RTISTS#OLLECTIVESHOW THROUGH4HURSDAY Homestead Project: A Residence Reimagined," (OMESTEAD0ROJECT!2ESIDENCE2EIMAGINED v CONSTELLATIONARTCOM architectural designs, through Sunday; ARCHITECTURALDESIGNS THROUGH3UNDAY Rose Contemporary, Portland: "Not the Usual 2OSE#ONTEMPORARY 0ORTLANDh.OTTHE5SUAL "Impressionist Summers: Frank W. Benson's North 0OLITICS vWORKBY!NNIE"ISSETT !MZE%MMONS h)MPRESSIONIST3UMMERS&RANK7"ENSONS.ORTH Politics," work by Annie Bissett, Amze Emmons, Haven," paintings, lithographs and etchings, (AVEN vPAINTINGS LITHOGRAPHSANDETCHINGS Adriane Herman, Dan Mills and Greg Murr, !DRIANE(ERMAN $AN-ILLSAND'REG-URR through Oct. 21; Andrew Wyeth: "Summers in THROUGH/CT!NDREW7YETHh3UMMERSIN through Oct. 27. 780-0700. THROUGH/CT  Port Clyde," watercolors from 1930s and '40s, 0ORT#LYDE vWATERCOLORSFROMSANDS 3Fish Gallery, Portland: "Addiction to Perfection," &ISH'ALLERY 0ORTLANDh!DDICTIONTO0ERFECTION v through Nov. 4; "Jamie Wyeth, Rockwell Kent THROUGH.OVh*AMIE7YETH 2OCKWELL+ENT encaustic paint and mixed media by Kimberly ENCAUSTICPAINTANDMIXEDMEDIABY+IMBERLY and Monhegan," paintings, through Dec. 30. AND-ONHEGAN vPAINTINGS THROUGH$EC Curry and graphite on paper by Jeanne #URRYANDGRAPHITEONPAPERBY*EANNE FARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG Titherington, through Oct. 27. 4ITHERINGTON THROUGH/CTlSHGALLERYCOM Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor: 2012 Waponahki !BBE-USEUM "AR(ARBOR7APONAHKI Mayo Street Arts, Portland: Edwige Charlotte and -AYO3TREET!RTS 0ORTLAND%DWIGE#HARLOTTEAND Student Art Show, through Oct. 22; "Indians and 3TUDENT!RT3HOW THROUGH/CTh)NDIANSAND Rachel Gloria, "Gilded Roots, Native Grace," 2ACHEL'LORIA h'ILDED2OOTS .ATIVE'RACE v Rusticators" and "TranscendingTraditions: The 2USTICATORSvANDh4RANSCENDING4RADITIONS4HE through Oct. 28. THROUGH/CTMAYOSTREETARTSORG Next Generation and Maine Indian Basketry," .EXT'ENERATIONAND-AINE)NDIAN"ASKETRY v University of Southern Maine Osher Map 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE/SHER-AP through Dec. 29. THROUGH$ECABBEMUSEUMORG Library, Portland: "Iconic America: The U.S. ,IBRARY 0ORTLANDh)CONIC!MERICA4HE53 Outline as National Symbol," through Feb. 28. /UTLINEAS.ATIONAL3YMBOL vTHROUGH&EB ART GALLERIES N!24'!,,%2)%3 USMMAINEEDUMAPS Green Hand Bookshop, Portland: Brandon 'REEN(AND"OOKSHOP 0ORTLAND"RANDON OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 Kawashima, "Phantasmagoria," through Sept. 30. +AWASHIMA h0HANTASMAGORIA vTHROUGH3EPT Liz Phillips: "Biyuu II," sound and video ,IZ0HILLIPSh"IYUU)) vSOUNDANDVIDEO 253-6808.   Installation, University of Maine (Art Gallery), )NSTALLATION 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE!RT'ALLERY Macpage LLC, South Portland: "Landscapes," 20 Farmington. 778-1062. Opening reception, 5 p.m. -ACPAGE,,# 3OUTH0ORTLANDh,ANDSCAPES v &ARMINGTON /PENINGRECEPTION PM local artists in various media, through Oct. 19. LOCALARTISTSINVARIOUSMEDIA THROUGH/CT Thursday. Through Nov. 1. 4HURSDAY4HROUGH.OV MACPAGECOM "Fire Before Ice," exhibit by members of the h&IRE"EFORE)CE vEXHIBITBYMEMBERSOFTHE Richard Boyd Gallery, Peaks Island: Lavendier 2ICHARD"OYD'ALLERY 0EAKS)SLAND,AVENDIER Maine Artists Collective, Constellation Gallery, -AINE!RTISTS#OLLECTIVE #ONSTELLATION'ALLERY Myers, "By the Maine Coast Edge: Intimate Views -YERS h"YTHE-AINE#OAST%DGE)NTIMATE6IEWS Portland, Opens Friday. 0ORTLANDCONSTELLATIONARTCOM/PENS&RIDAY from Freeport to Monhegan Island," through Sept. FROM&REEPORTTO-ONHEGAN)SLAND vTHROUGH3EPT Through Oct. 24. 4HROUGH/CT 30. RICHARDBOYDPOTTERYCOM Kenny Cole: "Even Now the Reaper Draws His +ENNY#OLEh%VEN.OWTHE2EAPER$RAWS(IS Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth: Rufus Coes, %LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH2UFUS#OES Wages," Unity College (Leonard R. Craig Art 7AGES v5NITY#OLLEGE,EONARD2#RAIG!RT "Coastal Route," and Ethel H. Blum: "Travels h#OASTAL2OUTE vAND%THEL("LUMh4RAVELS Gallery), Opening 'ALLERY UCCPAUNITYEDUEXHIBITIONS/PENING Near and Far, A Retrospective," through Sept. 29. .EARAND&AR !2ETROSPECTIVE vTHROUGH3EPT reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 31. RECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT ELIZABETHMOSSGALLERIESCOM Katherine Herard, works, Circle in the Square +ATHERINE(ERARD WORKS #IRCLEINTHE3QUARE Falmouth Memorial Library: Paintings by Jan ter &ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARY0AINTINGSBY*ANTER Fine Art Press, Gardiner, &INE!RT0RESS 'ARDINERGARDINERMAINSTREETORG Weele, through Sept. 30. 7EELE THROUGH3EPTFALMOUTHLIBMEUS Opening reception, 5:30 p.m. Friday. /PENINGRECEPTION PM&RIDAY Maine Audubon, Falmouth: "On the Wing," -AINE!UDUBON &ALMOUTHh/NTHE7ING v Rare Natural Color Diamonds Exhibit, Freeport 2ARE.ATURAL#OLOR$IAMONDS%XHIBIT &REEPORT sculpture exhibition and sale, through Sept. 30. SCULPTUREEXHIBITIONANDSALE THROUGH3EPT Old Masonic Hall. Free, /LD-ASONIC(ALL&REEBROWNGOLDSMITHSCOM JUNELACOMBESCULPTURECOM 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. AMTOPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY Yarmouth Frame Shop and Gallery: "Mid-Summer "Member's Exhibit," Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset. 9ARMOUTH&RAME3HOPAND'ALLERYh-ID 3UMMER h-EMBERS%XHIBIT v-AINE!RT'ALLERY 7ISCASSET Perspectives," multiple artists, through Sept. 30. 0ERSPECTIVES vMULTIPLEARTISTS THROUGH3EPT Opening reception, 5 to 7 MAINEARTGALLERYORG/PENINGRECEPTION TO 846-7777.   p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY North Yarmouth Academy (Curtis Gallery), .ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY#URTIS'ALLERY "Fresh Paint and Recent Acquisitions," recent h&RESH0AINTAND2ECENT!CQUISITIONS vRECENT Yarmouth: Susan Myer Riley and Travis Roy, 9ARMOUTH3USAN-YER2ILEYAND4RAVIS2OY acquisitions of 19thand 20th-century American ACQUISITIONSOFTH ANDTH CENTURY!MERICAN through Oct. 31.847-5423. THROUGH/CT  and European paintings, plus new works by AND%UROPEANPAINTINGS PLUSNEWWORKSBY Freeport Historical Society Harrington House: &REEPORT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY(ARRINGTON(OUSE contemporary New England artists, Wiscasset CONTEMPORARY.EW%NGLANDARTISTS 7ISCASSET "Buttons, Rum and Rakes: Freeport's Mercantile h"UTTONS 2UMAND2AKES&REEPORTS-ERCANTILE Bay Gallery, Wiscasset. "AY'ALLERY 7ISCASSETWISCASSETBAYGALLERYCOM Past," through March, 0AST vTHROUGH-ARCHFREEPORTHISTORICALSOCIETYORG Opens Saturday. Through Nov. 2. /PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH.OV Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport: "Viewpoints," 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORTh6IEWPOINTS v "Wiscasset's Museum in the Streets," historical h7ISCASSETS-USEUMINTHE3TREETS vHISTORICAL group exhibit, through Oct. 28. 865-4519. GROUPEXHIBIT THROUGH/CT  Wiscasset photos, Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset. 7ISCASSETPHOTOS -AINE!RT'ALLERY 7ISCASSET Frost Gully Gallery, Freeport: Group exhibition &ROST'ULLY'ALLERY &REEPORT'ROUPEXHIBITION Opens Saturday. Through MAINEARTGALLERYORG/PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH Oct. 30. /CT "Sampler," 38 pieces of prints, paintings and h3AMPLER vPIECESOFPRINTS PAINTINGSAND Please see ART, Page E32 Gc\Xj\j\\/@BGX^\<*)

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N"%.%&)43 BENEFITS THURSDAY 4(523$!9 -AINE7OMENS'ALA!UCTIONh"IDDINGTO Maine Women's Gala & Auction: "Bidding to Break the Glass Ceiling," live and silent auction, "REAKTHE'LASS#EILING vLIVEANDSILENTAUCTION hors d'oeuvres, desserts, dancing and music by HORSDOEUVRES DESSERTS DANCINGANDMUSICBY the Maine Miramba Ensemble; benefit for the THE-AINE-IRAMBA%NSEMBLEBENElTFORTHE Maine Women's Policy Center; Holiday Inn by -AINE7OMENS0OLICY#ENTER(OLIDAY)NNBY the Bay, Portland, THE"AY 0ORTLANDMAINEWOMENSPOLICYCENTERORG gala.html. $75 to $1,000. 5 to 9:30 p.m. GALAHTMLTO TOPM Tours of Kennebunk Wedding Cake House, benefit 4OURSOF+ENNEBUNK7EDDING#AKE(OUSE BENElT for hunger relief in York County, Wedding Cake FORHUNGERRELIEFIN9ORK#OUNTY 7EDDING#AKE House, Kennebunk. $10. 985-3700. 10 a.m. to 4 (OUSE +ENNEBUNK AMTO p.m. Thursday to Sept. 27. Through Oct. 15. PM4HURSDAYTO3EPT4HROUGH/CT FRIDAY &2)$!9 Multiple Sclerosis Society Fundraiser Party, music -ULTIPLE3CLEROSIS3OCIETY&UNDRAISER0ARTY MUSIC by Evolution, Ramada Inn and Conference Center, BY%VOLUTION 2AMADA)NNAND#ONFERENCE#ENTER Lewiston. $10. 240-3580. Doors at 7 p.m.; music ,EWISTON $OORSATPMMUSIC at 8 p.m. ATPM Fall Into A Good Book, book sale, Auburn Public &ALL)NTO!'OOD"OOK BOOKSALE !UBURN0UBLIC Library. Free admission, 3 to ,IBRARY&REEADMISSIONAUBURNLIBMEUSTO 7 p.m. PM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "HelpHOPELive for Chris Collin," benefit dance h(ELP(/0%,IVEFOR#HRIS#OLLIN vBENElTDANCE for motorcycle crash survivor Chris Collin with DJ FORMOTORCYCLECRASHSURVIVOR#HRIS#OLLINWITH$* Tap Fitzgerald and Sideshow Music, door prizes 4AP&ITZGERALDAND3IDESHOW-USIC DOORPRIZES and more, Rochambeau Club, Biddeford. $10. ANDMORE 2OCHAMBEAU#LUB "IDDEFORD 590-5654. 8 p.m. to midnight.  PMTOMIDNIGHT Frolic for Flippers 5K, benefit for Marine Animal &ROLICFOR&LIPPERS+ BENElTFOR-ARINE!NIMAL Rehabilitation Center, University of New England, 2EHABILITATION#ENTER 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND Biddeford. Registration link is "IDDEFORD2EGISTRATIONLINKISTINYURLCOM frolic4flippers. $25; $20 for students. 602-2750. FROLICmIPPERSFORSTUDENTS  10 a.m. (registration starts at 7 a.m.). AMREGISTRATIONSTARTSATAM  Family Farm Fun Day, pony rides, cart rides, face &AMILY&ARM&UN$AY PONYRIDES CARTRIDES FACE painting, hay rides, model calf roping, basketball PAINTING HAYRIDES MODELCALFROPING BASKETBALL and food; benefit to send athletes to Maine Equine ANDFOODBENElTTOSENDATHLETESTO-AINE%QUINE Special Olympics; Equine Journeys, Bridgton. 3PECIAL/LYMPICS%QUINE*OURNEYS "RIDGTON Free/donation. 647-8475. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. &REEDONATION AMTOPM SEPT. 27 3%04 10x10 Benefit Art Exhibit and Sale, preview of X"ENElT!RT%XHIBITAND3ALE PREVIEWOF silent auction of works by local artists; benefits SILENTAUCTIONOFWORKSBYLOCALARTISTSBENElTS Arts Are Elementary; Curtis Memorial Library !RTS!RE%LEMENTARY#URTIS-EMORIAL,IBRARY and St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brunswick. AND3T0AULS%PISCOPAL#HURCH "RUNSWICK 5 to 8 p.m. XBRUNSWICKORGTOPM

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SPECIAL EVENTS N30%#)!,%6%.43 THURSDAY 4(523$!9 Tate House Museum Architectural Tour, from 4ATE(OUSE-USEUM!RCHITECTURAL4OUR FROM the cellar to the attic to reveal the "insides" of THECELLARTOTHEATTICTOREVEALTHEhINSIDESvOF an 18th-century house, Tate House Museum, ANTH CENTURYHOUSE 4ATE(OUSE-USEUM Portland. $10; $8 for seniors; $6 for ages 6 to 12. 0ORTLANDFORSENIORSFORAGESTO 774-6177. 10 and 11:30 a.m.  ANDAM Recollections of World War II, four speakers 2ECOLLECTIONSOF7ORLD7AR)) FOURSPEAKERS tell stories about living through W W I I , TELLSTORIESABOUTLIVINGTHROUGH77)) Opera House at Boothbay Harbor. Free. /PERA(OUSEAT"OOTHBAY(ARBOR&REE 7 p.m. BOOTHBAYOPERAHOUSECOMPM

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "Vines in the Vaults," wine tasting, hors d'oeuvres h6INESINTHE6AULTS vWINETASTING HORSDOEUVRES and private tour of museum storage area to rarely ANDPRIVATETOUROFMUSEUMSTORAGEAREATORARELY seen treasures, Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk. SEENTREASURES "RICK3TORE-USEUM +ENNEBUNK $40; $30 for museum members. 985-4802. 4:30 FORMUSEUMMEMBERS  to 6:30 p.m. TOPM Harvest Dinner, three-course gourmet dinner (ARVEST$INNER THREE COURSEGOURMETDINNER of locally harvested food prepared by Chef Jeff OFLOCALLYHARVESTEDFOODPREPAREDBY#HEF*EFF Landry of The Farmer's Table, Skyline Farm, North ,ANDRYOF4HE&ARMERS4ABLE 3KYLINE&ARM .ORTH Yarmouth. $50. 5:30 p.m. SATURDAY 9ARMOUTHSKYLINEFARMORGPM 3!452$!9 "Playing for Change: Peace Through Music," Chalk on the Walk, art walk, performances, h0LAYINGFOR#HANGE0EACE4HROUGH-USIC v #HALKONTHE7ALK ARTWALK PERFORMANCES Maine video premiere with live music by Katy workshops, children's activities and more, various -AINEVIDEOPREMIEREWITHLIVEMUSICBY+ATY WORKSHOPS CHILDRENSACTIVITIESANDMORE VARIOUS Gaga, The VeayoTwins, Beware of Pedestrians, locations, Biddeford. Free, 'AGA 4HE6EAYO4WINS "EWAREOF0EDESTRIANS LOCATIONS "IDDEFORD&REEHEARTOFBIDDEFORDORG Emergency Sirens and Metal Sideburns, Asylum, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. %MERGENCY3IRENSAND-ETAL3IDEBURNS !SYLUM AMTOPM Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. (all Autumn Celebration, food, music, crafters, 0ORTLANDPORTLANDASYLUMCOMTOPMALL !UTUMN#ELEBRATION FOOD MUSIC CRAFTERS ages, $5); 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. (21-plus, $8). farmers market, petting zoo, pumpkin carving and AGES  PMTOAM PLUS   FARMERSMARKET PETTINGZOO PUMPKINCARVINGAND Pumpkin Patch Trolley, ride a streetcar to find more, Memorial Park, Old Orchard Beach. Free. 0UMPKIN0ATCH4ROLLEY RIDEASTREETCARTOlND MORE -EMORIAL0ARK /LD/RCHARD"EACH&REE the perfect pumpkin, Seashore Trolley Museum, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. THEPERFECTPUMPKIN 3EASHORE4ROLLEY-USEUM OOBCOMAMTOPM Kennebunkport. $10; $8 for seniors ages 60 and Punkinfiddle and National Estuaries Day +ENNEBUNKPORTFORSENIORSAGESAND 0UNKINlDDLEAND.ATIONAL%STUARIES$AY older; $7.50 for ages 6 to 16; free for ages 5 and Celebration, music, crafts, food and family OLDERFORAGESTOFREEFORAGESAND #ELEBRATION MUSIC CRAFTS FOODANDFAMILY under, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. activities, Laudholm Farm Reserve, Wells. $5; free UNDERTROLLEYMUSEUMORGAMTOPM ACTIVITIES ,AUDHOLM&ARM2ESERVE 7ELLSFREE Saturday and Sunday. Through Sept. 30. for children under age 16. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY4HROUGH3EPT FORCHILDRENUNDERAGEWELLSRESERVEORGVISIT calendar/2012/9. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CALENDARAMTOPM Holden Fall Frolic, crafts, food, entertainment, (OLDEN&ALL&ROLIC CRAFTS FOOD ENTERTAINMENT FILMS games, auctions, book signings and more, Holden N&),-3 GAMES AUCTIONS BOOKSIGNINGSANDMORE (OLDEN Elementary School. Free. 843-5518. 9 a.m. to " I n the Blood" (2012), documentary about Maine %LEMENTARY3CHOOL&REE AMTO h)NTHE"LOODv DOCUMENTARYABOUT-AINE 3 p.m. logging with live score performed by Sumner PM LOGGINGWITHLIVESCOREPERFORMEDBY3UMNER Shaker Hill Apple Festival, arts and crafts fair, McKane, Saco River Theatre, Bar Mills. $12; $10 3HAKER(ILL!PPLE&ESTIVAL ARTSANDCRAFTSFAIR -C+ANE 3ACO2IVER4HEATRE "AR-ILLS FRIDAY &2)$!9 Common Ground Country Fair, demonstrations, #OMMON'ROUND#OUNTRY&AIR DEMONSTRATIONS Maine organic foods and crafts, livestock exhibits -AINEORGANICFOODSANDCRAFTS LIVESTOCKEXHIBITS and entertainment, Common Ground Fairgrounds, ANDENTERTAINMENT #OMMON'ROUND&AIRGROUNDS Unity. $10; $8 for seniors and those who arrive 5NITYFORSENIORSANDTHOSEWHOARRIVE via bicycle; free for ages 12 and under. Schedule VIABICYCLEFREEFORAGESANDUNDER3CHEDULE at 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday and ATMOFGAORGAMTOPM&RIDAYAND Saturday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYAMTOPM3UNDAY

for seniors and students. 929-6472. 7:30 p.m. FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS PM Friday. &RIDAY "The Invisible War" (2012), award-winning h4HE)NVISIBLE7ARv AWARD WINNING documentary on rape in the military, Bates DOCUMENTARYONRAPEINTHEMILITARY "ATES College (SchaefferTheatre), Lewiston. Admission #OLLEGE3CHAEFFER4HEATRE ,EWISTON!DMISSION is donation of a non-perishable food item. ISDONATIONOFANON PERISHABLEFOODITEM 782-7228. 6:30 p.m. Monday.  PM-ONDAY Global Lens International Film Series, 'LOBAL,ENS)NTERNATIONAL&ILM3ERIES international films, Bates College (Olin Arts INTERNATIONALlLMS "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS Center), Lewiston. Free, #ENTER ,EWISTON&REEBATESEDUMUSEUM "Craft" (2010, Brazil), 6 p.m. Monday. Through h#RAFTv "RAZIL PM-ONDAY4HROUGH Dec. 3. $EC "The Imposter" (2012), thriller, Space, Portland. h4HE)MPOSTERv THRILLER 3PACE 0ORTLAND $7. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. SPACEORGPM4UESDAY Camden International Film Festival, dozens of #AMDEN)NTERNATIONAL&ILM&ESTIVAL DOZENSOF films, special guests, panels, parties and other lLMS SPECIALGUESTS PANELS PARTIESANDOTHER special events, various locations, Camden and SPECIALEVENTS VARIOUSLOCATIONS #AMDENAND Rockland. $8.50 per film; passes are $25 to $125. 2OCKLANDPERlLMPASSESARETO Schedule at Sept. 27-30. 3CHEDULEATCAMDENlLMFESTORG3EPT 

BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 Joanne Dobson and Beverly Graves Myers, *OANNE$OBSONAND"EVERLY'RAVES-YERS authors of "Face of the Enemy," Longfellow Books, AUTHORSOFh&ACEOFTHE%NEMY v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS Portland, 7 p.m. Thursday. 0ORTLANDLONGFELLOWBOOKSCOMPM4HURSDAY Jacqueline Sheehan, author of "Lost and Found," *ACQUELINE3HEEHAN AUTHOROFh,OSTAND&OUND v Portland Public Library, 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARYPORTLANDLIBRARYCOM Noon Friday. .OON&RIDAY Pat O'Donnell, author of "Necessary Places," 0AT/$ONNELL AUTHOROFh.ECESSARY0LACES v Camden Public Library. 236-3440. 7 p.m. Tuesday. #AMDEN0UBLIC,IBRARY PM4UESDAY An Evening of Poetry, bring poems to share !N%VENINGOF0OETRY BRINGPOEMSTOSHARE (originals or favorites), York Public Library. ORIGINALSORFAVORITES 9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. YORKLIBMEUSPM4UESDAY Phillip Hoose, author of "Moonbird: A Year on the 0HILLIP(OOSE AUTHOROFh-OONBIRD!9EARONTHE Wing of Great Survivor B95," Rines Auditorium, 7INGOF'REAT3URVIVOR" v2INES!UDITORIUM Portland Public Library, 6 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARYPORTLANDLIBRARYCOM p.m. Sept. 27. PM3EPT "The Poet As Art: A Poetry Series," with Brian h4HE0OET!S!RT!0OETRY3ERIES vWITH"RIAN Turner, Bates College (Edmund S. Muskie 4URNER "ATES#OLLEGE%DMUND3-USKIE Archives), Lewiston. 7:30 p.m. Sept. 27. !RCHIVES ,EWISTONLAARTSORGPM3EPT Kate Braestrup, author of "Here If You Need Me: +ATE"RAESTRUP AUTHOROFh(ERE)F9OU.EED-E A True Story" and "Marriage and Other Acts of !4RUE3TORYvANDh-ARRIAGEAND/THER!CTSOF Charity," Trinity Episcopal Church, Portland. 828#HARITY v4RINITY%PISCOPAL#HURCH 0ORTLAND 1090. 7 p.m. Sept. 27. PM3EPT Monica Wood, author of "When We Were the -ONICA7OOD AUTHOROFh7HEN7E7ERETHE Kennedys," Maine Historical Society, Portland. +ENNEDYS v-AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. Sept. 27. MAINEHISTORYORGPM3EPT David Hackett, author of "Champlain's Dream," $AVID(ACKETT AUTHOROFh#HAMPLAINS$REAM v University of Maine (Fox Auditorium), Fort Kent. 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE&OX!UDITORIUM &ORT+ENT 834-7557. 7 p.m. Sept. 27.  PM3EPT

PARTICIPANT DANCE N0!24)#)0!.4$!.#% Port City Swing Dance, music by the Mainiac 0ORT#ITY3WING$ANCE MUSICBYTHE-AINIAC Swingin' DJs, Woodfords Club, Portland. $8. 5633WINGIN$*S 7OODFORDS#LUB 0ORTLAND 8632. Lessons at 8 p.m.; dance at 9 p.m. Friday. ,ESSONSATPMDANCEATPM&RIDAY

WITH*ANICE!NTHONY $IANE$AHLKE 4HOMAS with Janice Anthony, Diane Dahlke, Thomas Crotty, Robert Dyer, Margaret Gill and others, #ROTTY 2OBERT$YER -ARGARET'ILLANDOTHERS through Sept. 30. THROUGH3EPTFROSTGULLYGALLERYCOM (AWK2IDGE&ARM 0OWNALh!UTUMN vSCULPTURE Hawk Ridge Farm, Pownal: "Autumn," sculpture BY.EW%NGLANDARTISTS THROUGH/CT by 26 New England artists, through Oct. 8. JUNELACOMBESCULPTURECOM Gallery Framing, Brunswick: "All in the Family," 'ALLERY&RAMING "RUNSWICKh!LLINTHE&AMILY v MULTIMEDIABY"EVERLY0RICE !LLISON0RICEAND multimedia by Beverly Price, Allison Price and Hillary Schwartz, through Sept. 30. 729-9108. (ILLARY3CHWARTZ THROUGH3EPT  Coleman Burke Gallery (Fort Andross), #OLEMAN"URKE'ALLERY&ORT!NDROSS Brunswick: Arlee Woodworth, "Paint," through "RUNSWICK!RLEE7OODWORTH h0AINT vTHROUGH Oct. 5. /CTCOLEMANBURKECOM Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick: Jeff Keller, )CON#ONTEMPORARY!RT "RUNSWICK*EFF+ELLER "Prospect," through Oct. 13. 725-8157. h0ROSPECT vTHROUGH/CT  Little Dog Coffee Shop, Brunswick: "After Hours ,ITTLE$OG#OFFEE3HOP "RUNSWICKh!FTER(OURS 2010," latest works by Spindleworks artists,  vLATESTWORKSBY3PINDLEWORKSARTISTS through Sept. 30. THROUGH3EPTSPINDLEWORKSORG Summer Island Studio, Brunswick: "The Dragon 3UMMER)SLAND3TUDIO "RUNSWICKh4HE$RAGON Sleeps," watercolors and Asian brush paintings by 3LEEPS vWATERCOLORSAND!SIANBRUSHPAINTINGSBY Jean Kigel, through Sept. 30. 373-1810. *EAN+IGEL THROUGH3EPT  Markings Gallery, Bath: "Wearable Art," jewelry, -ARKINGS'ALLERY "ATHh7EARABLE!RT vJEWELRY clothing and accessories by a wide array of Maine CLOTHINGANDACCESSORIESBYAWIDEARRAYOF-AINE artists, through Oct. 3 1 . 443-1499. ARTISTS THROUGH/CT  Maine Fiberarts, Tops ham: Roslyn Logsdon, -AINE&IBERARTS 4OPSHAM2OSLYN,OGSDON "Architectural Elements: Hooked Rugs," through h!RCHITECTURAL%LEMENTS(OOKED2UGS vTHROUGH Sept. 29. 3EPTMAINElBERARTSORG Richmond Store Gallery: Barbara Bean and 2ICHMOND3TORE'ALLERY"ARBARA"EANAND Edward Mackenzie, "The Art of Dee's Ice Cream %DWARD-ACKENZIE h4HE!RTOF$EES)CE#REAM Packaging," artwork made from material donated 0ACKAGING vARTWORKMADEFROMMATERIALDONATED by Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, through Oct. BY"RUNSWICK 4OPSHAM,AND4RUST THROUGH/CT 3 1 . RICHMONDSTOREGALLERYCOM Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay: " O n #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYh/N the Wing," sculpture exhibition and sale, through THE7ING vSCULPTUREEXHIBITIONANDSALE THROUGH Oct. 8. /CTMAINEGARDENSORG Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor: Philip Frey, 'LEASON&INE!RT "OOTHBAY(ARBOR0HILIP&REY "New Paintings," through Oct. 13. 633-6849. h.EW0AINTINGS vTHROUGH/CT  Gold/Smith Gallery, Boothbay Harbor: Laura 'OLD3MITH'ALLERY "OOTHBAY(ARBOR,AURA Bianchi, Tuscan Realist painter, through Oct. 9. "IANCHI 4USCAN2EALISTPAINTER THROUGH/CT 633-6252.   Pemaquid Art Gallery: Group show, through Oct. 0EMAQUID!RT'ALLERY'ROUPSHOW THROUGH/CT 8.677-2752.   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when you first try to handle them," said XIFOZPVmSTUUSZUPIBOEMFUIFN wTBJE Lauren's mom, Kathleen Pride. "But in -BVSFOTNPN ,BUIMFFO1SJEFi#VUJO three days, Lauren teaches her pig to UISFFEBZT -BVSFOUFBDIFTIFSQJHUP come to her." DPNFUPIFSw Lauren says training piglets is a delicate -BVSFOTBZTUSBJOJOHQJHMFUTJTBEFMJDBUF process. She spends time with them, but QSPDFTT4IFTQFOETUJNFXJUIUIFN CVU she's careful not to spend too much time, TIFTDBSFGVMOPUUPTQFOEUPPNVDIUJNF  because that can scare them. CFDBVTFUIBUDBOTDBSFUIFN With Matt, Lauren first got him used to 8JUI.BUU -BVSFOmSTUHPUIJNVTFEUP her coming into his pen. Then she had IFSDPNJOHJOUPIJTQFO5IFOTIFIBE him follow her around the pen, then the IJNGPMMPXIFSBSPVOEUIFQFO UIFOUIF family barn. GBNJMZCBSO She began playing hide and seek with 4IFCFHBOQMBZJOHIJEFBOETFFLXJUI him, all the time knowing that the more IJN BMMUIFUJNFLOPXJOHUIBUUIFNPSF he got used to following her and coming IFHPUVTFEUPGPMMPXJOHIFSBOEDPNJOH to her call, the better he'd react when she UPIFSDBMM UIFCFUUFSIFESFBDUXIFOTIF called his name during the pig races. She DBMMFEIJTOBNFEVSJOHUIFQJHSBDFT4IF the demolition derby and the Don Camp- FWFOIBTPUIFSGBNJMZNFNCFSTDBMMIJN  even has other family members call him, UIFEFNPMJUJPOEFSCZBOEUIF%PO$BNQ bell Band on Wednesday night, and giant VTJOHEJGGFSFOUOBNFT TPTIFDPVMEUFMMJG using different names, so she could tell if CFMM#BOEPO8FEOFTEBZOJHIU BOEHJBOU pumpkins on display throughout. Matt was responding to his name and to .BUUXBTSFTQPOEJOHUPIJTOBNFBOEUP QVNQLJOTPOEJTQMBZUISPVHIPVU And of course, the pig races, which draw IFSWPJDF her voice. "OEPGDPVSTF UIFQJHSBDFT XIJDIESBX quite a crowd. "Now I can hide anywhere, and he finds i/PX*DBOIJEFBOZXIFSF BOEIFmOET RVJUFBDSPXE For those of you not familiar with piglets, NF wTBJE-BVSFOi5PXJOUIFSBDF ZPV me," said Lauren. "To win the race, you 'PSUIPTFPGZPVOPUGBNJMJBSXJUIQJHMFUT  they are not exactly born to race. They have to be super attached to your pig and IBWFUPCFTVQFSBUUBDIFEUPZPVSQJHBOE UIFZBSFOPUFYBDUMZCPSOUPSBDF5IFZ sort of have a mind of their own. have them be super attached to you." IBWFUIFNCFTVQFSBUUBDIFEUPZPVw TPSUPGIBWFBNJOEPGUIFJSPXO "These are not friendly little pigs when Does that make it hard when the race is %PFTUIBUNBLFJUIBSEXIFOUIFSBDFJT i5IFTFBSFOPUGSJFOEMZMJUUMFQJHTXIFO you get them. They scream and run away PWFS over?"OEUIFQJHTBSFBMMTPMEUPGBSNFST And the pigs are all sold to farmers? ZPVHFUUIFN5IFZTDSFBNBOESVOBXBZ

PIG RACES AT THE >75@/13A/BB63 CUMBERLAND COUNTY FAIR 1C;03@:/<21=C<BG4/7@ WHEN: 12:15 and 6 p.m. Sunday; E63<( (#O\R$^[Ac\ROg) 6:30 p.m. Monday through $(!^[;]\ROgbV`]cUV Sept. 28; p.m. Sept. 29. The fair AS^b &)12:30 (!^[AS^b 'BVSTOW` runs 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through `c\a'O[b]^[Ac\ROgbV`]cUV Sept. 29. AS^b ' WHERE: Cumberland Fairgrounds, 197 E63@3(1c[PS`ZO\R4OW`U`]c\Ra'% Blanchard Road, Cumberland 0ZO\QVO`R@]OR1c[PS`ZO\R HOW MUCH: Fair admission is $9 for 6=E;C16(4OW`OR[WaaW]\Wa'T]` adults, $3 for seniors on Tuesday and ORcZba!T]`aS\W]`a]\BcSaROgO\R Sept. 27, and free for ages 12O\R and AS^b %O\RT`SST]`OUSa under c\RS` INFO/FAIR SCHEDULE: 7<4=4/7@A1632C:3(Qc[PS`ZO\RTOW`Q][



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"It's super hard, because I love my pigs i*UTTVQFSIBSE CFDBVTF*MPWFNZQJHT so much," she said. TPNVDI wTIFTBJE Lauren's love for pigs helped her win the -BVSFOTMPWFGPSQJHTIFMQFEIFSXJOUIF week of racing last year at Cumberland XFFLPGSBDJOHMBTUZFBSBU$VNCFSMBOE County Fair. Races are held all week long, $PVOUZ'BJS3BDFTBSFIFMEBMMXFFLMPOH  usually four pigs at a time. Points are VTVBMMZGPVSQJHTBUBUJNF1PJOUTBSF given for each place in a race, then added HJWFOGPSFBDIQMBDFJOBSBDF UIFOBEEFE up at the end of the week. VQBUUIFFOEPGUIFXFFL This year is Lauren's last year of racing, 5IJTZFBSJT-BVSFOTMBTUZFBSPGSBDJOH  because 9 is the age limit. CFDBVTFJTUIFBHFMJNJU She's also raising a heifer. But it can't 4IFTBMTPSBJTJOHBIFJGFS#VUJUDBOU be quite the same, can it?"GUFSBMM DPXT After all, cows CFRVJUFUIFTBNF DBOJU don't come when you call them. EPOUDPNFXIFOZPVDBMMUIFN "If I start training her from the begini*G*TUBSUUSBJOJOHIFSGSPNUIFCFHJO ning, I can get her to do it," said Lauren. OJOH *DBOHFUIFSUPEPJU wTBJE-BVSFO "You can do it with any animal if you get i:PVDBOEPJUXJUIBOZBOJNBMJGZPVHFU to know them." UPLOPXUIFNw So if you see the pig races this year, 4PJGZPVTFFUIFQJHSBDFTUIJTZFBS  don't think of them as just pure athletic EPOUUIJOLPGUIFNBTKVTUQVSFBUIMFUJD competition. DPNQFUJUJPO Think of them as a way for youngsters to 5IJOLPGUIFNBTBXBZGPSZPVOHTUFSTUP really get to know their pigs. SFBMMZHFUUPLOPXUIFJSQJHT Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PS contacted at 791-6454 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: RayRouthier BeWbbS`(@Og@]cbVWS`

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( AbO`a@]PS`b "DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: DOG DAYS" (PG) (1:52) Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Âľ27/@G=4/E7;>G972(2=52/GAÂś>5(#  2]e\Sg8`1V`Wa3dO\aAQO`ZSbb8]VO\aa]\O\R Stars Zachary Gordon, Robert Capron, Devon Bostick Jeremy Renner. Directed by Joss Whedon. A team of AbO`aHOQVO`g5]`R]\@]PS`b1O^`]\2Sd]\0]abWQY 8S`S[g@S\\S`2W`SQbSRPg8]aaEVSR]\/bSO[]T and Steve Zahn. Directed by David Bowers. School is super humans form The Avengers to help save the O\RAbSdSHOV\2W`SQbSRPg2OdWR0]eS`aAQV]]ZWa ac^S`Vc[O\aT]`[BVS/dS\US`ab]VSZ^aOdSbVS out and Greg is ready for the days of summer but all Earth from Loki and his army. ]cbO\R5`SUWa`SORgT]`bVSROga]Tac[[S`PcbOZZ 3O`bVT`][:]YWO\RVWaO`[g his plans go wrong. Now he's not sure what he's going VWa^ZO\aU]e`]\U<]eVS¸a\]bac`SeVObVS¸aU]W\U Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Thurs 7:30; Cinemagic AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a%(!)1W\S[OUWQ to do. Westbrook Thurs 7:30 b]R] ESabP`]]YBVc`a%(! 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An expansion of the universe ZO\RBVc`a "(!%( '("#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a 2W`SQbSRPgB]\g5WZ`]g/\Sf^O\aW]\]TbVSc\WdS`aS Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs from Robert Ludlum's novels, centered on a new hero 12:15, (# 2:30,4:45,7:05,9:25; (!"("#%(#'( #)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a T`][@]PS`b:cRZc[¸a\]dSZaQS\bS`SR]\O\SeVS`] 3:20, 7, 9:30; Brunswick 10 Thurs 9:15 whose stakes have been triggered by the events of the 12:20, ( !( %'(!)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a'(# eV]aSabOYSaVOdSPSS\b`WUUS`SRPgbVSSdS\ba]TbVS previous three films. ^`SdW]cabV`SSÂżZ[a "FINDING NEMO" (G) (1:40) Stars Albert Brooks, Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed 12:30, 3:15, Âľ47<27<5<3;=Âś5("AbO`a/ZPS`b0`]]Ya AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`aESR (!!(# Ellen DeGeneres, Alexander Gould and Willem Dafoe. 6:30, 9:15; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:30,3:40, 3ZZS\2S5S\S`Sa/ZSfO\RS`5]cZRO\REWZZS[2OT]S $(!'(#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a (!!(" Directed by Andrew Stanton and Lee Unkrich. After 6:45, 9:35 Fri-Wed 12:30, 3:20, 6:45, 9:35; Brunswick 10 2W`SQbSRPg/\R`SeAbO\b]\O\R:SSC\Y`WQV/TbS` $("#'(!#4`WESR (!!( $("#'(!#)0`c\aeWQY his son is captured in the Great Barrier Reef and taken Thurs 3:40, 9:30 VWaa]\WaQO^bc`SRW\bVS5`SOb0O``WS`@SSTO\RbOYS\ BVc`a!("'(! to Sydney, a timid clownfish sets out on a journey to b]AgR\SgObW[WRQZ]e\ÂżaVaSba]cb]\OX]c`\Sgb] bring him home. This is a re-release in 3-D. "THE CAMPAIGN" (R) (1:35) Stars Will Ferrell, Zach P`W\UVW[V][SBVWaWaO`S`SZSOaSW\!2 ÂľB631/;>/75<Âś@(!#AbO`aEWZZ4S``SZZHOQV Showing at: Nordica (Freeport) Thurs-Wed 1:10, Galifianakis, Jason Sudeikis and Dylan McDermott. AV]eW\UOb(<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`aESR( 5OZWÂżO\OYWa8Oa]\AcRSWYWaO\R2gZO\;Q2S`[]bb 3:40 (3D), 6:30 (3D), 8:45 (3D); Cinemagic Grand Directed by Jay Roach. In order to gain influence over !("!2$(!!2&("#!2)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\R 2W`SQbSRPg8Og@]OQV7\]`RS`b]UOW\W\Ă&#x20AC;cS\QS]dS` (South Portland) Thurs (all 3D) 2:10, 4:30, 7:10, 9:30 Fritheir North Carolina district, two CEOs seize an opA]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`aOZZ!2 ("(!%('(!4`W bVSW`<]`bV1O`]ZW\ORWab`WQbbe]13=aaSWhSO\]^ Sun 11:50 (3D), 2:10 (3D), 4:30, 7:10 (3D), 9:30 Mon-Wed portunity to oust long-term congressman Cam Brady Ac\(#!2 (!2"(!%(!2'(!;]\ESR ^]`bc\Wbgb]]cabZ]\UbS`[Q]\U`Saa[O\1O[0`ORg (3D), 4:30, 7:10 (3D), 9:30; Cinemagic Saco Thurs by putting up a rival candidate. Their man: Naive Marty 2:10 (!2"(!%(!2'(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a Pg^cbbW\Uc^O`WdOZQO\RWRObSBVSW`[O\(<OWdS;O`bg (all 3D) 12, 2:15,4:35, 7, 9:15 Fri-Wed 12:05 (3D), Huggins, director of the local Tourism Center. OZZ!2 (#"(!#%'(#4`WESR (#!2 6cUUW\aRW`SQb]`]TbVSZ]QOZB]c`Wa[1S\bS` 2:15 (3D), 4:35, 7 (3D), 9:15; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:15, 7; Nordica (#!2"(!#%!2'(#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"(#%)<]`RWQO (all 3D) 11:50, 2:10, 4:30, 7, 9:20 Fri-Wed 11:50 (3D), 2:10 (Freeport) Thurs 7:20,9:20; Cinemagic Saco ThursOZZ!2(# ("(!%'( 4`WESR(#!2 ( 4`SS^]`bBVc`a%( '( )1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a (3D), 4:40, 7 (3D), 9:50; Brunswick 10 Thurs (all 3D) Wed 12:15, 7:05, 9; Cinemagic Westbrook !2"("%!2'(#)0`c\aeWQYBVc`aOZZ!2 ESR (# 2:10,4:15, ("(#%(#')1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y 1:30, 4, 7, 9:30 Fri-Wed (all 3D) 1:35,4:05, 7:05, 9:35 Thurs 12:20, 7:20, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12:20, (!"%'(!4`WESROZZ!2(!#"(#%(#'(!# BVc`a (  2:20,4:30, ( "(!%( '(#4`WESR (  2:20, (  4:30, 7:20,'(! 9:30 "(!%( "HOPE SPRINGS" (PG-13) (1:40) Stars Meryl Streep, Âľ6=>3A>@7<5AÂś>5!("AbO`a;S`gZAb`SS^ Tommy Lee Jones, Steve Carell and Jean Smart. "CELESTE AND JESSE FOREVER" (R) (1:32) Stars B][[g:SS8]\SaAbSdS1O`SZZO\R8SO\A[O`b Âľ13:3AB3/<283AA34=@3D3@Âś@(! AbO`a Directed by David Frankel. After 30 years of marriage, Rashida Jones, Andy Samberg and Elijah Wood. Di2W`SQbSRPg2OdWR4`O\YSZ/TbS`!gSO`a]T[O``WOUS @OaVWRO8]\Sa/\RgAO[PS`UO\R3ZWXOVE]]R2W a middle-aged couple attends an intense, week-long rected by Lee Toland Krieger. A divorcing couple tries O[WRRZSOUSRQ]c^ZSObbS\RaO\W\bS\aSeSSYZ]\U `SQbSRPg:SSB]ZO\R9`WSUS`/RWd]`QW\UQ]c^ZSb`WSa counseling session to work on their relationship. to maintain their friendship while they both pursue Q]c\aSZW\UaSaaW]\b]e]`Y]\bVSW``SZObW]\aVW^ b][OW\bOW\bVSW`T`WS\RaVW^eVWZSbVSgP]bV^c`acS other people. 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Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:30,7 Fri-Sat AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"(!%4`WAOb 7:05, 9:15 Sun-Wed 7:05; Cinemagic Grand (South Port%(#'(#Ac\ESR%(#)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`b land) Thurs 2:30,4:50,7:10, 9:30; Cinemagic Saco Thurs ZO\RBVc`a (!"(#%('(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a 7:15, 9:30 Fri-Wed 12:10, 12:10, ( 2:20,4:30, ( "(!%(#'(!4`WESR ( 2:20, (  :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3!" Continued from Page E34 4:30, 7:15,9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12,2:10, "(!%(#'( )1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a  ( 4:20, 6:50, 9:15 Fri-Wed 4:40, 9:35; Brunswick 10 Thurs $(#'(#4`WESR"("'(!#)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a Thurs-Wed 12,2:20,4:40, 7:10, 9:30; Brunswick 10 Thurs "( BVc`aESR  ( "("%('(!)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a 1:35, 4:05, 7:30,10 Fri-Wed 2:05, 4:$5, 7:25, 9:40 (!#"(#%(!4`WESR (#"(#%( #'(" 1:15, 3:55, 6:50, 9:20 Fri-Sun 4:35, 9:50 Mon-Wed 2, (#!(##$(#'( 4`WAc\"(!#'(#;]\ESR 4:35,7:10,9:50 "(!#%('(# "QUEEN OF VERSAILLES" (PG) (1:30) Stars Virginia µ?C33<=4D3@A/7::3A¶>5(!AbO`aDW`UW\WO Nebab, David Siegel and Jaqueline Siegel. Directed <SPOP2OdWRAWSUSZO\R8O_cSZW\SAWSUSZ2W`SQbSR "ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT" (PG) (1:34) Stars µ713/53(1=<B7<3<B/:2@74B¶>5(!"AbO`a by Lauren Greenfield. A documentary that follows a Pg:Oc`S\5`SS\¿SZR/R]Qc[S\bO`gbVObT]ZZ]eaO Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo and Aziz @Og@][O\]2S\Wa:SO`g8]V\:SUcWhO[]O\R/hWh billionaire couple as they begin construction on a manPWZZW]\OW`SQ]c^ZSOabVSgPSUW\Q]\ab`cQbW]\]\O[O\ Ansari. Directed by Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier. /\aO`W2W`SQbSRPgAbSdS;O`bW\]O\R;WYSBVc`[SWS` sion inspired by Versailles. During the next two years, Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another adventure aW]\W\a^W`SRPgDS`aOWZZSa2c`W\UbVS\Sfbbe]gSO`a ;O\\g2WSU]O\RAWRS[PO`Yc^]\O\]bVS`ORdS\bc`S their empire falters due to the economic crisis. bVSW`S[^W`STOZbS`aRcSb]bVSSQ]\][WQQ`WaWa after their continent is set adrift. Using an iceberg as a OTbS`bVSW`Q]\bW\S\bWaaSbOR`WTbCaW\UO\WQSPS`UOaO Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 1:50, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a(# ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as aVW^bVSgS\Q]c\bS`aSOQ`SObc`SaO\RPObbZS^W`ObSaOa 4:10, 6:40, 9 "($("' they explore a new world. bVSgSf^Z]`SO\See]`ZR Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11:50,2,4:20 AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a(# "(  "QUEEN HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY: LIVE IN BUµ?C33<6C<5/@7/<@6/>A=2G(:7D37<0C DAPEST '86" Now's your chance to watch Queen's 2/>3AB¸&$¶<]e¸ag]c`QVO\QSb]eObQV?cSS\¸a "THE INTOUCHABLES" (R) (1:52) Stars Francois µB637<B=C16/0:3A¶@(# AbO`a4`O\Q]Wa concert movie on the big screen for the first time. Q]\QS`b[]dWS]\bVSPWUaQ`SS\T]`bVS¿`abbW[S Cluzet, Omar Sy and Anne Le Ny. Directed by Olivier 1ZchSb=[O`AgO\R/\\S:S<g2W`SQbSRPg=ZWdWS` Remastered in high definition and surround sound, Nakache and Eric Toledano. After he becomes a quad@S[OabS`SRW\VWUVRS¿\WbW]\O\Rac``]c\Ra]c\R <OYOQVSO\R3`WQB]ZSRO\]/TbS`VSPSQ][SaO_cOR this cinema event opens with a special 25-minute riplegic from a paragliding accident, an aristocrat hires bVWaQW\S[OSdS\b]^S\aeWbVOa^SQWOZ #\cbS `W^ZSUWQT`][O^O`OUZWRW\UOQQWRS\bO\O`Wab]Q`ObVW`Sa a young man from the projects to be his caretaker. documentary following the band from just after its R]Qc[S\bO`gT]ZZ]eW\UbVSPO\RT`][XcabOTbS`Wba Og]c\U[O\T`][bVS^`]XSQbab]PSVWaQO`SbOYS` show-stealing performance at Live Aid through the Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs-Tues 1:15, aV]eabSOZW\U^S`T]`[O\QSOb:WdS/WRbV`]cUVbVS AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`aBcSa(# year leading up to the concert in Budapest. 4, 6:50, 9:15 Wed 1:15,4; Eveningstar (Brunswick) Thurs gSO`ZSORW\Uc^b]bVSQ]\QS`bW\0cRO^Sab "$(#'(#ESR(#")3dS\W\UabO`0`c\aeWQYBVc`a 1:30, 4, 6:30 Showing at: Nickelodeon Wed 7:30 AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\ESR%(! (!"$(! "LAST OUNCE OF COURAGE" (PG) Stars Marshall µ:/AB=C<13=41=C@/53¶>5AbO`a;O`aVOZZ Teague and Jennifer O'Neill. Directed by Darrel CampBSOUcSO\R8S\\WTS`=¸<SWZZ2W`SQbSRPg2O``SZ1O[^ bell and Kevin McAfee. A grieving father is inspired PSZZO\R9SdW\;Q/TSS/U`WSdW\UTObVS`WaW\a^W`SR by his grandson to take a stand for faith and freedom PgVWaU`O\Ra]\b]bOYSOabO\RT]`TOWbVO\RT`SSR][ against a tide of apathy and vanishing liberty. OUOW\abObWRS]TO^ObVgO\RdO\WaVW\UZWPS`bg Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs-Wed 12:10, AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`aESR ( 2:30,4:50, 7:15, 9:45; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:50, 4:20, (!"(#%(#'("#)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a(#"(  6:45, 9:10 Fri-Sun 4:20, 9:20 Mon-Wed 1:50, 4:20, $("#'(4`WAc\"( '( ;]\ESR(#"(  6:45, 9:20 $("#'( 

"RESIDENT EVIL: RETRIBUTION" (R) (1:35) Stars Âľ@3A723<B3D7:(@3B@70CB7=<Âś@(!#AbO`a Milla Jovovich, Sienna Guillory, Michelle Rodriguez ;WZZO8]d]dWQVAWS\\O5cWZZ]`g;WQVSZZS@]R`WUcSh and Aryana Engineer. Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. O\R/`gO\O3\UW\SS`2W`SQbSRPg>OcZEA/\RS`a]\ Alice fights alongside a resistance movement in the /ZWQSÂżUVbaOZ]\UaWRSO`SaWabO\QS[]dS[S\bW\bVS continuing battle against the Umbrella Corporation and Q]\bW\cW\UPObbZSOUOW\abbVSC[P`SZZO1]`^]`ObW]\O\R the undead. bVSc\RSOR Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4,7:15 Fri 4,7:15, AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"%(#4`W"%(# 9:30 Sat 1:10,4, 7:15, 9:30 Sun 1:10,4, 7:15 Mon-Wed 4, '(!AOb("%(#'(!Ac\("%(#;]\ESR" 7:15; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs-Wed 2,4:30 (3D), 7 (3D), %(#)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`aESR "(!!2%!2 9:30; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) (all 3D) Thurs '(!)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\ROZZ!2BVc`a "LAWLESS" (R) (1:55) Stars Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf Âľ:/E:3AAÂś@(##AbO`aB][6O`RgAVWO:O0S]cT 2,"(!%(#'(#4`WAc\(! 4:30, 7:15, 9:50 Fri-Sun 11:30, 2,"(!!2%(#'(# 4:30 (3D), 7:15, 9:50 and Guy Pearce. Directed by John Hillcoat. Set in O\R5cg>SO`QS2W`SQbSRPg8]V\6WZZQ]ObASbW\ (3D) Mon-Wed 2,4:30 (3D), 7:15, 9:50 (3D); Cinemagic !2;]\ESR "(!!2%(#'(#!2)1W\S[OUWQ Virginia during the Depression, a bootlegging gang DW`UW\WORc`W\UbVS2S^`SaaW]\OP]]bZSUUW\UUO\U Saco Thurs 127;/F (IMAX), 12:15, (IMAX), 2:30,4:30 AOQ]BVc`a (# 2:15 (#7;/F (!"(! is threatened by authorities who want a cut of their WabV`SObS\SRPgOcbV]`WbWSaeV]eO\bOQcb]TbVSW` (IMAX), 4:45, 7 (IMAX), 7:15, 9:20 (IMAX), 9:30 Fri-Wed 7;/F"("#%7;/F%(#'( 7;/F'(!4`WESR profits. ^`]Âżba (IMAX), 12:15, (IMAX), 2:30,4:30 (IMAX), 4:45, 7 127;/F (# 2:15 (#7;/F (!"(!7;/F"("#% Showing at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs 7;/F%(#'( AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`a (IMAX), 7:15, 9:20 (IMAX), 9:30; Cinemagic Westbrook 7;/F'(!)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y 2:10, 4:45, 7:30,10 Fri-Sun 2:10,4:45, 7:30,10 Mon-Wed ("("#%(!4`WAc\ ("("#%(!;]\ESR Thurs (all 3D) 12:10, 7:20, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12, BVc`aOZZ!2 ( 2:30,4:50, (!"(#%( '(#4`WESR 2:10, 4:45, 7:30,10; Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12:30,3:10, 7, ("("#%(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a (!!(% 2:20,4:30 (3D), 7:30, 9:20 (3D); Brunswick 10 Thurs ( "(!!2%(!'( !2)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a 9:25 Fri-Wed 12:05,2:30,4:55; Cinemagic Westbrook '( #4`WESR (# (!"(##)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y 1:10,1:40 (3D), 4:15 (3D), 7:10, 7:40 (3D), 10 (3D) Fri(("!2"(#!2%(%("!2!24`W Thurs 12:30, 3:20, 7:10, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12:30, 3:30, 7:10, BVc`a (!!( %('(#4`WESR (!!(!%( Wed 1:45,4:25 (3D), 7:15, 9:35 (3D) ESR("#"( #!2%(#'(!#!2 9:50; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:05, 3:50, 7:15, 9:55 Fri-Wed '(#)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a(#!(#%(#'(##4`WESR 1:30,4:10,6:50,9:30 (!"($(#'(! "ROBOT AND FRANK" (PG-13) (1:33) Stars Peter Âľ@=0=B/<24@/<9Âś>5!(!!AbO`a>SbS` Sarsgaard, Frank Langella and Susan Sarandon. AO`aUOO`R4`O\Y:O\USZZOO\RAcaO\AO`O\R]\ "MOONRISE KINGDOM" (PG-13) (1:34) Stars Jared Âľ;==<@7A397<52=;Âś>5!(!"AbO`a8O`SR Directed by Jake Schreier. Set in the near future, an 2W`SQbSRPg8OYSAQV`SWS`ASbW\bVS\SO`Tcbc`SO\ Gilman, Kara Hayward and Bruce Willis. Directed by 5WZ[O\9O`O6OgeO`RO\R0`cQSEWZZWa2W`SQbSRPg ex-jewel thief receives a gift from his son: a robot SfXSeSZbVWST`SQSWdSaOUWTbT`][VWaa]\(O`]P]b Wes Anderson. A pair of young lovers flee their New ESa/\RS`a]\/^OW`]Tg]c\UZ]dS`aĂ&#x20AC;SSbVSW`<Se butler programmed to look after him. But soon the two PcbZS`^`]U`O[[SRb]Z]]YOTbS`VW[0cba]]\bVSbe] England town, which causes a local search party to fan 3\UZO\Rb]e\eVWQVQOcaSaOZ]QOZaSO`QV^O`bgb]TO\ companions try their luck as a heist team. Q][^O\W]\ab`gbVSW`ZcQYOaOVSWabbSO[ out and find them. ]cbO\RÂż\RbVS[ Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 1:45,7:20 AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a("#%(  Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 3,9:20 AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a!'(  Fri-Wed 1, 5:10, 7:10 4`WESR#(%( "THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN" (PG) (1:40) ÂľB63=22:743=4B7;=B6G5@33<Âś>5(" Stars Jennifer Garner, Joel Edgerton and CJ Adams. AbO`a8S\\WTS`5O`\S`8]SZ3RUS`b]\O\R18/RO[a Directed by Peter Hedges. A childless couple bury a 2W`SQbSRPg>SbS`6SRUSa/QVWZRZSaaQ]c^ZSPc`gO box in their backyard, containing all of their wishes for P]fW\bVSW`POQYgO`RQ]\bOW\W\UOZZ]TbVSW`eWaVSaT]` an infant. Soon, a child is born, though Timothy Green O\W\TO\bA]]\OQVWZRWaP]`\bV]cUVBW[]bVg5`SS\ is not all that he appears. Wa\]bOZZbVObVSO^^SO`a Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:25,7:10 Fri AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"( #%(4`W 4:25, 6:55, 9:05 Sat 1:15,4:25, 6:55, 9:05 Sun 1:15,4:25, "( #$(##'(#AOb(#"( #$(##'(#Ac\(#"( # 6:55 Mon-Wed 4:25, 6:55; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs $(##;]\ESR"( #$(##)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a 1:45,4:15,6:40,9; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) ("#"(#$("')1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R Thurs 4:45, 9:40; Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12, 2:25,4:45; BVc`a"("#'(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a ( #"("#) Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs-Wed 11:50, 2:10,4:40, 1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`aESR(# ("(" 7:15,9:45 %(#'("# "PARANORMAN" (PG) (1:33) Stars Kodi SmitÂľ>/@/<=@;/<Âś>5(!!AbO`a9]RWA[Wb McPhee, Anna Kendrick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and ;Q>VSS/\\O9S\R`WQY1V`Wab]^VS`;W\bh>ZOaaSO\R Tucker Albrizzi. Directed by Chris Butler and Sam Fell. BcQYS`/ZP`WhhW2W`SQbSRPg1V`Wa0cbZS`O\RAO[4SZZ A misunderstood boy who can speak with the dead /[Wac\RS`ab]]RP]geV]QO\a^SOYeWbVbVSRSOR takes on ghosts, zombies and grown-ups to save his bOYSa]\UV]abah][PWSaO\RU`]e\c^ab]aOdSVWa town from a centuries-old curse. b]e\T`][OQS\bc`WSa]ZRQc`aS Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:20,7:10 Fri 4:30 AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"( %(4`W"(! Sat-Sun 1:30,4:30 Mon-Wed 4:30; Nordica (Freeport) AObAc\(!"(!;]\ESR"(!)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`b Thurs 1, 3:50; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11:50,2,4:20, BVc`a!(#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a(# "(  6:45 Fri-Wed 12, 2:10,4:30, 6:45 $("#4`WESR ("(!$("# "THE POSSESSION" (PG-13) (1:32) Stars Natasha ÂľB63>=AA3AA7=<Âś>5!(! AbO`a<ObOaVO Calis, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kyra Sedgwick and Jay 1OZWa8STT`Sg2SO\;]`UO\9g`OASRUeWQYO\R8Og Brazeau. Directed by Ole Bornedal. 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"SLEEPWALK WITH ME" (NR) (1:30) Stars Mike BirbiµA:33>E/:9E7B6;3¶<@(!AbO`a;WYS0W`PW glia, Lauren Ambrose and James Rebhorn. Directed by UZWO:Oc`S\/[P`]aSO\R8O[Sa@SPV]`\2W`SQbSRPg Mike Birbiglia and Seth Barrish. A burgeoning stand-up ;WYS0W`PWUZWOO\RASbV0O``WaV/Pc`US]\W\UabO\Rc^ comedian struggles with the stress of a stalled career, Q][SRWO\ab`cUUZSaeWbVbVSab`Saa]TOabOZZSRQO`SS` a stale relationship and the wild spurts of severe sleepOabOZS`SZObW]\aVW^O\RbVSeWZRa^c`ba]TaSdS`SaZSS^ walking he is desperate to ignore. eOZYW\UVSWaRSa^S`ObSb]WU\]`S Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 12:45,3, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a ("#! 5:15, 9:45 Fri-Wed 12:45, 3, 5:15, 7:30, 9:45 #(#'("#4`WESR ("#!#(#%(!'("# "TED" (R) (1:36) Stars Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis, µB32¶@(!$AbO`a;O`YEOVZPS`U;WZO9c\Wa Seth MacFarlane and Joel McHale. Directed by Seth ASbV;OQ4O`ZO\SO\R8]SZ;Q6OZS2W`SQbSRPgASbV MacFarlane. A story centered on a man and his teddy ;OQ4O`ZO\S/ab]`gQS\bS`SR]\O[O\O\RVWabSRRg bear, who comes to life as the result of a childhood PSO`eV]Q][Sab]ZWTSOabVS`SacZb]TOQVWZRV]]R wish. eWaV Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 7:20,9:50 AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a%( '(# "THE WORDS" (PG-13) (1:36) Stars Bradley Cooper, µB63E=@2A¶>5!(!$AbO`a0`ORZSg1]]^S` Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde and Zoe Saldana. Directed 2S\\Wa?cOWR=ZWdWOEWZRSO\RH]SAOZRO\O2W`SQbSR by Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal. A writer at the Pg0`WO\9ZcU[O\O\R:SSAbS`\bVOZ/e`WbS`ObbVS peak of his literary success discovers the steep price he ^SOY]TVWaZWbS`O`gacQQSaaRWaQ]dS`abVSabSS^^`WQSVS must pay for stealing another man's work. [cab^OgT]`abSOZW\UO\]bVS`[O\¸ae]`Y Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 1:30, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a(! 4:20,7,9:10; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 1:30,4,7:10, "( %'()<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a(!"%( 9:15 Fri-Wed 4,9:15; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) '(#4`WESR"'(#)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R Thurs 2,4:20, 7, 9:40; Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12:05, BVc`a "( %'(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a (# 2:20,4:30, 7:10, 9:25 Fri-Wed 12:10, 7:10; Cin( "(!%('( #4`WESR ( 2:20, ( %()1W\ emagic Westbrook Thurs 12:10, 4:50, 7:15, 9:35 S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a ( 2:30, (!"(#%(#'(!# Fri-Wed 12:20, 7:15; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:45,4:10, 4`WESR (  2:30, (!%(#)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a("#"( 7:20, 9:45 %( '("#

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Continued from Page E31 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3! "I was managing an apple farm in i*XBTNBOBHJOHBOBQQMFGBSNJO XFTUFSO.BJOF BOEUIFSFXFSFOP western Maine, and there were no QSPTQFDUTUIBU*XBTBXBSFPGJOUFSNTPG prospects that I was aware of in terms of ZPVOHGBSNFST wTBJE(SFFONBO  XIP young farmers," said Greenman, 28, who is participating in the Maine Organic JTQBSUJDJQBUJOHJOUIF.BJOF0SHBOJD 'BSNFSTBOE(BSEFOFST+PVSOFZQFSTPO Farmers and Gardeners' Journeyperson Farm Training Program and is helping to 'BSN5SBJOJOH1SPHSBNBOEJTIFMQJOHUP PSHBOJ[FUIF8FFE%BUJOHFWFOU organize the Weed Dating event. "It's a great idea to have your hands do i*UTBHSFBUJEFBUPIBWFZPVSIBOETEP TPNFUIJOHXIJMFZPVNFFUTPNFPOFOFX something while you meet someone new and take the edge off the awkwardness," BOEUBLFUIFFEHFPGGUIFBXLXBSEOFTT w Greenman said. (SFFONBOTBJE During the event, which takes place at %VSJOHUIFFWFOU XIJDIUBLFTQMBDFBU 5 p.m. Saturday in the fields surrounding QN4BUVSEBZJOUIFmFMETTVSSPVOEJOH the fairground's farmhouse, men and UIFGBJSHSPVOETGBSNIPVTF NFOBOE women will be placed in different rows. XPNFOXJMMCFQMBDFEJOEJGGFSFOUSPXT Every five minutes, an organizer will yell &WFSZmWFNJOVUFT BOPSHBOJ[FSXJMMZFMM out that it's time to move, and the men PVUUIBUJUTUJNFUPNPWF BOEUIFNFO will shift over one row. In the 20 minutes XJMMTIJGUPWFSPOFSPX*OUIFNJOVUFT allotted for the event, participants should BMMPUUFEGPSUIFFWFOU QBSUJDJQBOUTTIPVME be able to meet four people. CFBCMFUPNFFUGPVSQFPQMF There will also be a section of the event 5IFSFXJMMBMTPCFBTFDUJPOPGUIFFWFOU for folks who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or GPSGPMLTXIPBSFHBZ MFTCJBO CJTFYVBMPS transgender. USBOTHFOEFS Before the event, a meetup of former #FGPSFUIFFWFOU BNFFUVQPGGPSNFS farm apprentices takes place from 4 to GBSNBQQSFOUJDFTUBLFTQMBDFGSPNUP 5 p.m. in the MOFGA tent. After Weed QNJOUIF.0'("UFOU"GUFS8FFE Dating, there will be a mixer for single %BUJOH UIFSFXJMMCFBNJYFSGPSTJOHMF farmers with food, drink, music and GBSNFSTXJUIGPPE ESJOL NVTJDBOE short films. Held in the Windsor Tent, the TIPSUmMNT)FMEJOUIF8JOETPS5FOU UIF mixer is sponsored by the Greenhorns, NJYFSJTTQPOTPSFECZUIF(SFFOIPSOT  a national organization that recruits and BOBUJPOBMPSHBOJ[BUJPOUIBUSFDSVJUTBOE supports young farmers. TVQQPSUTZPVOHGBSNFST Weed Dating participants should 8FFE%BUJOHQBSUJDJQBOUTTIPVME bring a flashlight (because the unlit CSJOHBnBTIMJHIU CFDBVTFUIFVOMJU fairgrounds will be dark when the event GBJSHSPVOETXJMMCFEBSLXIFOUIFFWFOU ends) and a Mason jar, in which potenFOET BOEB.BTPOKBS JOXIJDIQPUFO tial suitors can leave notes and phone UJBMTVJUPSTDBOMFBWFOPUFTBOEQIPOF numbers. OVNCFST The Common Ground Country Fair, 5IF$PNNPO(SPVOE$PVOUSZ'BJS  taking place Friday to Sunday, is the UBLJOHQMBDF'SJEBZUP4VOEBZ JTUIF major fundraiser for MOFGA. Unlike NBKPSGVOESBJTFSGPS.0'("6OMJLF other agricultural fairs, it doesn't offer PUIFSBHSJDVMUVSBMGBJST JUEPFTOUPGGFS carnival rides or a midway. Instead, the DBSOJWBMSJEFTPSBNJEXBZ*OTUFBE UIF fair focuses on sustainable living and orGBJSGPDVTFTPOTVTUBJOBCMFMJWJOHBOEPS


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AC<2/G SUNDAY Bridge Building - 2^[1VWZR`S\¸a p.m., Children's 0`WRUS0cWZRW\U³ Museum and Theatre of Maine. 828;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & 1234. !" Chocolate Brownie Ice Cream 1V]Q]ZObS0`]e\WS7QS1`SO[ Making - 3:30 p.m., Children's ;OYW\U³!(!^[1VWZR`S\¸a Museum and Theatre of Maine. 828;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & 1234. !" MONDAY ;=<2/G Story Time - Sheila Towne, 9:15 Ab]`gBW[S³AVSWZOB]e\S'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ TUESDAY BC3A2/G Cows: Udderly Amazing 1]ea(CRRS`Zg/[OhW\U³ 10-11:30 a.m. Paula Letiecq and her (!O[>OcZO:SbWSQ_O\RVS` Holstein friends, Pineland Farms, New 6]ZabSW\T`WS\Ra>W\SZO\R4O`[a<Se Gloucester. 5Z]cQSabS` Art Through the Ages: Andy /`bBV`]cUVbVS/USa(/\Rg Goldsworthy - 3:30 p.m., Children's 5]ZRae]`bVg³!(!^[1VWZR`S\¸a Museum and Theatre of Maine. 828;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & 1234. !" Garden Snacktime - 10:30 a.m., 5O`RS\A\OQYbW[S³(!O[

Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine.828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" Story Time - Sheila Towne, 9:15 Ab]`gBW[S³AVSWZOB]e\S'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ Sun Prints - 11:30 a.m., Children's Ac\>`W\ba³(!O[1VWZR`S\¸a Museum and Theatre of Maine. 828;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & 1234. !" Teensy Weensy Production BSS\agESS\ag>`]RcQbW]\ Class: An Introduction - 10:30 a.m., 1ZOaa(/\7\b`]RcQbW]\³(!O[ Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine. 828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" WEDNESDAY E32<3A2/G We Are Maine: Hindi Movies ES/`S;OW\S(6W\RW;]dWSa³ 3 p.m., Children's Museum and !^[1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\R Theatre of Maine. 828-1234. BVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & !" THURSDAY, SEPT. 27 B6C@A2/GA3>B % Apple Cider Making and /^^ZS1WRS`;OYW\UO\R Demonstration - 10-11:30 a.m., 2S[]\ab`ObW]\³(!O[ Pineland Farms, New Gloucester. >W\SZO\R4O`[a<Se5Z]cQSabS` Paper Rocket Launch - 11:30 a.m., >O^S`@]QYSb:Oc\QV³(!O[ Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine. 828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" Tiny Tots: Fort Building - 10:30 BW\gB]ba(4]`b0cWZRW\U³(! a.m., Children's Museum and Theatre O[1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S of Maine. 828-1234. ]T;OW\S& & !" Where Science Meets Art: Origami EVS`SAQWS\QS;SSba/`b(=`WUO[W Science - 3:45 p.m., Children's AQWS\QS³!("#^[1VWZR`S\¸a

Museum and Theatre of Maine. ;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T;OW\S FRIDAY, SEPT. 28 4@72/GA3>B & Friday on the Farm - 10-11:30 4`WROg]\bVS4O`[³(! a.m., tour with Paula Letiecq and her O[b]c`eWbV>OcZO:SbWSQ_O\RVS` farmyard friends. Pineland Farms, TO`[gO`RT`WS\Ra>W\SZO\R4O`[a New Gloucester. <Se5Z]cQSabS` Let's Play Store - 3:30 p.m., :Sb¸a>ZOgAb]`S³!(!^[ Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine. 828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" The Lady Llama Puppet Show! BVS:ORg:ZO[O>c^^SbAV]e - 11:30 a.m., Children's Museum and ³(!O[1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\R Theatre of Maine. 828-1234. BVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & !" SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 A/BC@2/GA3>B ' Craft Time - Drift Cars - 9:15 a.m., 1`OTbBW[S³2`WTb1O`a³'(#O[ Royal River Books. 846-8006. @]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ Dry Ice Cream- 3:30 p.m., 2`g7QS1`SO[³!(!^[ Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine. 828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" Magnet Lab - 11:30 a.m., Children's ;OU\Sb:OP³(!O[1VWZR`S\¸a Museum and Theatre of Maine.828;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T;OW\S& & 1234. !" Recycled Chage Bank - 10:30 a.m., @SQgQZSR1VOUS0O\Y³(!O[ Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine. 828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" SUNDAY, SEPT. 30 AC<2/GA3>B! Discover Dinosaurs - 10:30 a.m., 2WaQ]dS`2W\]aOc`a³(!O[

Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine ;OW\S Garden Snack time - 3:30 p.m., 5O`RS\A\OQYbW[S³!(!^[ Children's Museum and Theatre of 1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVSOb`S]T Maine. 828-1234. ;OW\S& & !" MONDAY, OCT. 1 ;=<2/G=1B Story Time - Sheila Towne, 9:15 Ab]`gBW[S³AVSWZOB]e\S'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ TUESDAY, OCT. 2 BC3A2/G=1B Story Time - Sheila Towne, 9:15 Ab]`gBW[S³AVSWZOB]e\S'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ SATURDAY, OCT. 6 A/BC@2/G=1B$ Craft Time - Pom-Pom Pets - 9:15 1`OTbBW[S³>][>][>Sba³'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ MONDAY, OCT. 8 ;=<2/G=1B& Family Program: Sparks Ark 4O[WZg>`]U`O[(A^O`Ya/`Y³ 10-11:30 a.m. David Sparks and his (!O[2OdWRA^O`YaO\RVWa array of wild friends, Pineland Farms, O``Og]TeWZRT`WS\Ra>W\SZO\R4O`[a New Gloucester. <Se5Z]cQSabS` Story Time - Sheila Towne, 9:15 Ab]`gBW[S³AVSWZOB]e\S'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$ TUESDAY, OCT. 9 BC3A2/G=1B' Story Time - Sheila Towne, 9:15 Ab]`gBW[S³AVSWZOB]e\S'(# a.m., Royal River Books. 846-8006. O[@]gOZ@WdS`0]]Ya&"$&$

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