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SOCIETY SNAPSHOTS: Avery Yale Kamila provides photos and dispatches from Maine’s social scene. DINING GUIDE: Shannon Bryan, Meredith Goad and Avery Yale Kamila dish on food and drink.

FACE THE MUSIC: Live, local and beyond, Aimsel Ponti brings you music with a Maine backbeat.

musicandnightlife COVER STORY: ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd at Scarborough Downs/E5 n Making Noise: Philip Carlo Paratore/E6 n Tix/E7 n CD review: Peter Alexander’s “Promised Land”/E8 n Listings/E9


themovies “The Words” review/E13 n Indie Film: “The Queen of Versailles”/E14 n New on DVD: “The Five-Year Engagement”/E15

calendar 10 DAYS’ WORTH OF COOL EVENTS/E16-17

artandtheater Portland’s walk to remember/E19 n Listings/E20

dininganddrink Eat and Run: Slice is nice at Joe’s New York Pizza/ E23 n Atwell on the Portland Brew Festival/E24 n Bar Guide: Jameson’s Taproom/E25



UFO abductee conference/E27 n Off Beat: Capriccio Festival of Kites/E29 n Listings/E30

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Embracing the wacky not at all alien to Mainers ne of the things I love about Maine is its willingness to embrace weirdness. People aren’t afraid to let their freak flags fly, and are even less afraid about what others might think when they do. Now that the days are growing shorter and the weather is growing colder, the number of wacky events are growing exponentially. It’s almost as if the climate change triggers a need to don a costume, grow facial hair down to the sternum and juggle fire sticks. In Gorham this weekend, for example, there’s a UFO conference in which people who claim to have been abducted by extraterrestrials gather to talk about their experiences alongside tarot card readers and workshops on the supernatural. You can read all about that on Page 27. If aliens aren’t your thing, here are some other ways to enjoy entertainment of the more unusual variety this week. MAINE STARLIGHT FESTIVAL: This event approaches the far reaches of space from a more scientific – and statewide – viewpoint. The Astronomy Institute of Maine is bringing together planetariums, astronomy clubs and science centers around the state to celebrate the new frontier via night-viewing events, dome shows and other family-friendly activities. As an added bonus, the famous Eartha globe – a 41.5foot-diameter model of the Earth – is rotating again at DeLorme in Yarmouth after months of being stationary for repairs. The festival runs Friday to Sept. 16, and a schedule can be found at BUG MAIN-IA: Another science-oriented event, this one aimed at children. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, the Maine State Museum in Augusta is hosting a live insect zoo, presentations by entomologists and foresters, and more. It’s a chance to get a close-up view of bugs without them being on the end of a flyswatter. For information, call 287-2301. SMOKE & MIRROR CIRCUS: This event’s name is somewhat misleading, because “smoke and mirrors” is used to denote trickery – a scam, a put-on, a Wizard of Oz pay-no-attention-to-the-man-behind-the-curtain tomfoolery. There’s nothing devious about the Smoke and Mirror Circus, though. The troupe, which opens its season Sunday at Geno’s Rock Club in Portland, combines antics of the big top with theater and performance art. Admission is $8. Call 221-2382 or visit the S&M (get it?) Facebook page for more info. STEAMY NIGHTS: If you’re looking for something a bit more risque, head to the St. Lawrence Arts Center in Portland on Saturday for a night of classic burlesque by Atomic Trash!, Vivid Motion, Whistlebait Burlesque, the Dirty Dishes Burlesque Revue and more. Although this is an adult-oriented show, there’s no actual nudity involved – the performers’ naughty parts are hidden by some deftly placed objects accompanied by a sly wink and a nod. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Visit for more information. BEARDS B-CAUSE: It’s fitting that ZZ Top is playing Scarborough Downs this weekend (see the story on Page 5), because their naval-tickling beards can serve as inspiration to participants in this event. Clean-shaven gents are invited to a kick-off party at Nosh Kitchen Bar in Portland at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, where they will pledge to grow their whiskers in a contest that benefits Mystache Fights Cancer. Come March, they will regroup to see whose beard is the longest. Admission is free. For information, visit


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chy electric guitar that never overpowers DIZFMFDUSJDHVJUBSUIBUOFWFSPWFSQPXFST the shimmering 12-string acoustic guitars. UIFTIJNNFSJOHTUSJOHBDPVTUJDHVJUBST Peter handles all the vocals, and proves 1FUFSIBOEMFTBMMUIFWPDBMT BOEQSPWFT himself a master of many styles. He starts IJNTFMGBNBTUFSPGNBOZTUZMFT)FTUBSUT with a gruff and bluesy howl on one track, XJUIBHSVGGBOECMVFTZIPXMPOPOFUSBDL  only to slide into a velvety, vintage Kenny POMZUPTMJEFJOUPBWFMWFUZ WJOUBHF,FOOZ Rogers croon on another. And when 3PHFSTDSPPOPOBOPUIFS"OEXIFO he harmonizes with himself, the sound IFIBSNPOJ[FTXJUIIJNTFMG UIFTPVOE evokes the glory days of the Henley/Frey FWPLFTUIFHMPSZEBZTPGUIF)FOMFZ'SFZ harmonies of the early Eagles. IBSNPOJFTPGUIFFBSMZ&BHMFT Yes, summer may be coming to an end, :FT TVNNFSNBZCFDPNJOHUPBOFOE  but don't let it get you down. Because in CVUEPOUMFUJUHFUZPVEPXO#FDBVTFJO February, when you're cooped up inside, 'FCSVBSZ XIFOZPVSFDPPQFEVQJOTJEF  the snow is flying and the temperatures UIFTOPXJTnZJOHBOEUIFUFNQFSBUVSFT are dropping, you'll have the perfect BSFESPQQJOH ZPVMMIBWFUIFQFSGFDU antidote. Just pop open a cold beer, put BOUJEPUF+VTUQPQPQFOBDPMECFFS QVU on your flip-flops, crank "Promised Land" POZPVSnJQnPQT DSBOLi1SPNJTFE-BOEw and let Peter Alexander take you back BOEMFU1FUFS"MFYBOEFSUBLFZPVCBDL to mid-July with his perfect summer UPNJE+VMZXJUIIJTQFSGFDUTVNNFS soundtrack. TPVOEUSBDL Rick Johnson is a freelance writer and radio host who @WQY8]V\a]\WaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`O\R`ORW]V]abeV] lives in Westbrook. He can be reached at: ZWdSaW\ESabP`]]Y6SQO\PS`SOQVSROb( rJohnson. rock@gmail. com `X]V\a]\`]QY.U[OWZQ][

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SATURDAY 3!452$!9 The Machine, Pink Floyd cover band, State 4HE-ACHINE 0INK&LOYDCOVERBAND 3TATE Theatre, Portland. $20 in advance; $23 day of 4HEATRE 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF SHOWGENERALADMISSIONSTATETHEATREPORTLAND show; general admission, statetheatreportland .com. 8 p.m. COMPM Four Singers in the Round, with Kate Schrock, &OUR3INGERSINTHE2OUND WITH+ATE3CHROCK Shanna Underwood, Brian Patricks and Peter 3HANNA5NDERWOOD "RIAN0ATRICKSAND0ETER Alexander; benefits counseling for veterans and !LEXANDERBENElTSCOUNSELINGFORVETERANSAND THEIRFAMILIES,EWISTON-IDDLE3CHOOL their families; Lewiston Middle School. $20; $15 for seniors and veterans, 7:30 p.m. FORSENIORSANDVETERANSLAARTSORGPM September 11 Remembrance Concert, with the 3EPTEMBER2EMEMBRANCE#ONCERT WITHTHE Alumni Band and the Italian Heritage Center !LUMNI"ANDANDTHE)TALIAN(ERITAGE#ENTER Concert Band, First Parish Congregational Church, #ONCERT"AND &IRST0ARISH#ONGREGATIONAL#HURCH Saco. Free; bring non-perishable food items 3ACO&REEBRINGNON PERISHABLEFOODITEMS or make a donation to the Saco Food Pantry. ORMAKEADONATIONTOTHE3ACO&OOD0ANTRY 7 p.m. THEALUMNIBANDCOMPM Jeff Pevar and Danny "Kooch" Kortchmar, session *EFF0EVARAND$ANNYh+OOCHv+ORTCHMAR SESSION guitarists for Carly Simon, David Crosby, James GUITARISTSFOR#ARLY3IMON $AVID#ROSBY *AMES Taylor and more, Johnson Hall Performing Arts 4AYLORANDMORE *OHNSON(ALL0ERFORMING!RTS Center, Gardiner. $27. 582-7144. 7:30 p.m. #ENTER 'ARDINER PM Portland Songwriter Celebration, with Samuel 0ORTLAND3ONGWRITER#ELEBRATION WITH3AMUEL James, Dana Gross, Audrey Ryan and more, One *AMES $ANA'ROSS !UDREY2YANANDMORE /NE Longfellow Square, Portland. $15 in advance; $20 ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE day of show, 8 p.m. DAYOFSHOWONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM SUNDAY 35.$!9 HENRYFEST, outdoor family-oriented music (%.29&%34 OUTDOORFAMILY ORIENTEDMUSIC festival with Oife O'Donovan, The Stray Birds, FESTIVALWITH/IFE/$ONOVAN 4HE3TRAY"IRDS This Way, Cumberland Crossing, The Lay-Z Gait 4HIS7AY #UMBERLAND#ROSSING 4HE,AY :'AIT Band and The 31 7 Main Ensemble; benefits the "ANDAND4HE-AIN%NSEMBLEBENElTSTHE 317 Main Community Music Center in Yarmouth; -AIN#OMMUNITY-USIC#ENTERIN9ARMOUTH Skyline Farm, North Yarmouth. $18 in advance; 3KYLINE&ARM .ORTH9ARMOUTHINADVANCE $20 day of show ($35 per family in advance; $40 DAYOFSHOWPERFAMILYINADVANCE

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RIRACOMPORTLANDPM 10 p.m. *AMES$AY,EAVITT ACOUSTICFOLK "LUE 0ORTLAND James Day Leavitt, acoustic folk, Blue, Portland. Donation, 6 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM The Olympic Symphonium, folk-pop, Blue, 4HE/LYMPIC3YMPHONIUM FOLK POP "LUE Portland. Donation, 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM /+"!2) -IDDLE%ASTERNMUSICWITHBELLYDANCERS OKBARI, Middle Eastern music with bellydancers, Blue, Portland. Donation, "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM 10 p.m. PM

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 4HE/THER"ONES&ALL"ALL ANIGHTOFBANDS $*S The Other Bones Fall Ball, a night of bands, DJs and dancing, 21-plus; Empire Dine and Dance, ANDDANCING  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE Portland, 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM 0OST0ROVOST WORLDMUSIC WITH4HE.EVAEH Post Provost, world music, with The Nevaeh Dance Group, The B.A. Canning Band and Builder $ANCE'ROUP 4HE"!#ANNING"ANDAND"UILDER MONDAY -/.$!9 of the House, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. $8. Imagine Dragons, indie-rock quartet gives in-store OFTHE(OUSE  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND )MAGINE$RAGONS INDIE ROCKQUARTETGIVESIN STORE 8 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM performance; Bull Moose Music, Scarborough. PERFORMANCE"ULL-OOSE-USIC 3CARBOROUGH Sly-Chi, R&B, RiRa, Portland, 10 p.m. 3LY #HI 2" 2I2A 0ORTLANDRIRACOMPM Free with purchase of the group's latest album, &REEWITHPURCHASEOFTHEGROUPSLATESTALBUM Mike James Blue Lions Band, blues, BeachFire Bar -IKE*AMES"LUE,IONS"AND BLUES "EACH&IRE"AR "Night Visions." 5:30 p.m. h.IGHT6ISIONSvBULLMOOSECOMPM A W O L N A T I O N , indie pop. with Imagine and Grille, Ogunquit. AND'RILLE /GUNQUITBEACHlREMAINECOM !7/,.!4)/. INDIEPOPWITH)MAGINE Dragons and Zeale, State Theatre, Portland. $18 8:30 p.m. PM $RAGONSAND:EALE 3TATE4HEATRE 0ORTLAND in advance; $20 day of show; general admission. Amigos, acoustic, Portland Lobster Company. !MIGOS ACOUSTIC 0ORTLAND,OBSTER#OMPANY INADVANCEDAYOFSHOWGENERALADMISSION 8 p.m. Noon. PORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM.OON STATETHEATREPORTLANDCOMPM Sarah Blacker, acoustic rock and folk, Blue, 3ARAH"LACKER ACOUSTICROCKANDFOLK "LUE Portland. Donation, 6 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Chris Trapper, roots pop, Blue, Portland. #HRIS4RAPPER ROOTSPOP "LUE 0ORTLAND Mirel Wagner, folk and blues, Bates College -IREL7AGNER FOLKANDBLUES "ATES#OLLEGE Donation, 8 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM (Keigwin Amphitheater), Lewiston. Free. 786+EIGWIN!MPHITHEATER ,EWISTON&REE John FunkhouserTrio, modern jazz and funk, *OHN&UNKHOUSER4RIO MODERNJAZZANDFUNK 6135. 7:30 p.m. PM Blue, Portland. Donation, "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM Songwriters in the Round, with Lisa Redfern 3ONGWRITERSINTHE2OUND WITH,ISA2EDFERN 10 p.m. PM and guests, Frontier, Brunswick. $10. ANDGUESTS &RONTIER "RUNSWICK Rockin' Roadrunners, rock, 21-plus; Club Texas, 2OCKIN2OADRUNNERS ROCK  PLUS#LUB4EXAS 7 p.m. EXPLOREFRONTIERCOMPM Auburn. $12 to $20. 784-7785. 8 p.m. !UBURNTO PM Blue Steel Express, modern and traditional blues, "LUE3TEEL%XPRESS MODERNANDTRADITIONALBLUES SEPT. 13 3%04 21-plus; Gingko Blue, Portland,  PLUS'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOM Portland Jazz Orchestra, 18-piece ensemble, 0ORTLAND*AZZ/RCHESTRA  PIECEENSEMBLE 9 p.m. PM One Longfellow Square, Portland. $9; $5 /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND Cajun Aces, zydeco, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. in advance and for students and seniors. #AJUN!CES ZYDECO $EER2UN4AVERN 9ARMOUTH INADVANCEANDFORSTUDENTSANDSENIORS 846-9555. 7:30 p.m. 8 p.m.  PM ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM

COMEDY N#/-%$9 Improvisational Comedy Festival, 14 improv )MPROVISATIONAL#OMEDY&ESTIVAL IMPROV groups from New England, Lucid Stage, Portland. GROUPSFROM.EW%NGLAND ,UCID3TAGE 0ORTLAND $12 in advance; $15 day of show; $40 for fourINADVANCEDAYOFSHOWFORFOUR day pass. 8 p.m. Thursday to DAYPASSLUCIDSTAGECOMPM4HURSDAYTO Sunday. 3UNDAY Open Mic Comedy Night, 21-plus; Slainte, /PEN-IC#OMEDY.IGHT  PLUS3LAINTE Portland. Free, 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REESLAINTEWINEBARCOMPM Thursday and Sept. 13. 4HURSDAYAND3EPT Ray Harrington, Comedy Connection, Portland. 2AY(ARRINGTON #OMEDY#ONNECTION 0ORTLAND $15. 774-5554. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.  PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY

BARS/CLUBS N"!23#,5"3 THURSDAY 4(523$!9 Wilder Maker, The Ghost of Paul Revere, 7ILDER-AKER 4HE'HOSTOF0AUL2EVERE Butcher Boy and if and it, folk, rock and jazz, "UTCHER"OYANDIFANDIT FOLK ROCKANDJAZZ 21-plus; Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. $5.  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Heather Hardy & Nancy Sferra, folk, Blue, (EATHER(ARDY.ANCY3FERRA FOLK "LUE Portland. Donation, 6 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Brad Strause, eclectic, Blue, Portland. Donation. "RAD3TRAUSE ECLECTIC "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Lazy Gait, acoustic Western swing, Blue, Portland. ,AZY'AIT ACOUSTIC7ESTERNSWING "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 10 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Band Beyond Description, jam band, 21-plus; Big "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAMBAND  PLUS"IG Easy, Portland, 9 p.m. %ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and DJ B"EER0ONG ,INE$ANCING +ARAOKEAND$*" set, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $2. 784-7785. SET  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN  Doors at 6 p.m. $OORSATPM 26 Shades of Steve, featuring Marshall Law, rock, 3HADESOF3TEVE FEATURING-ARSHALL,AW ROCK 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. 828-0900. 10 p.m.  PLUS3LAINTE 0ORTLAND PM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Adam Ezra Group, rock, with Andi Fawcett and !DAM%ZRA'ROUP ROCK WITH!NDI&AWCETTAND Doubting Gravity, 21-plus; Empire Dine and $OUBTING'RAVITY  PLUS%MPIRE$INEAND Dance, Portland. $8. 9 p.m. $ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM First Friday Rock N Bowl Concert Series, Maine &IRST&RIDAY2OCK."OWL#ONCERT3ERIES -AINE Academy of Music M A M M JAMM, Bayside Bowl, !CADEMYOF-USIC-!--*!-- "AYSIDE"OWL Portland. $5. 0ORTLANDMAINEACADEMYOFMODERNMUSICORG 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM David Mello, acoustic blues, 21-plus; Gingko $AVID-ELLO ACOUSTICBLUES  PLUS'INGKO Blue, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. "LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Travis James Humphrey Blue Review, roadhouse 4RAVIS*AMES(UMPHREY"LUE2EVIEW ROADHOUSE roots, 21-plus; Gingko Blue, Portland. ROOTS  PLUS'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. GINGKOBLUECOMPM Stereo-Type, classic alt-rock, RiRa, Portland. 3TEREO 4YPE CLASSICALT ROCK 2I2A 0ORTLAND

SUNDAY 35.$!9 Gorilla Music Battle of the Bands, all ages; Big 'ORILLA-USIC"ATTLEOFTHE"ANDS ALLAGES"IG Easy, Portland. $8 in advance; $10 day of show. %ASY 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 4 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM MONDAY -/.$!9 The Players Ball, funk jam, Big Easy, Portland. $3. 4HE0LAYERS"ALL FUNKJAM "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Ryan Halliburton, singer-songwriter, Portland 2YAN(ALLIBURTON SINGER SONGWRITER 0ORTLAND Lobster Company, ,OBSTER#OMPANYPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM 6 p.m. PM Open M i c Night, all ages; Deer Run Tavern, /PEN-IC.IGHT ALLAGES$EER2UN4AVERN Yarmouth. 846-9555. 7:30 p.m. 9ARMOUTH PM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Traditional Irish Session, Irish music, Blue, 4RADITIONAL)RISH3ESSION )RISHMUSIC "LUE Portland. Donation, 9:30 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Rap Night, hosted by Shupe and III By 2AP.IGHT HOSTEDBY3HUPEAND)LL"Y Instinct, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. $3. )NSTINCT  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Jeff Cusack, easy-listening acoustic, RiRa, *EFF#USACK EASY LISTENINGACOUSTIC 2I2A Portland, 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDRIRACOMPORTLANDPM Eric Bettencourt and Velourosaurus, pop/rock, %RIC"ETTENCOURTAND6ELOUROSAURUS POPROCK Portland Lobster Company, portlandlobster 0ORTLAND,OBSTER#OMPANYPORTLANDLOBSTER 6 p.m. COMPANYCOMPM SEPT. 13 3%04 Waylon Speed, country-tinged metal, Empire Dine 7AYLON3PEED COUNTRY TINGEDMETAL %MPIRE$INE and Dance, Portland. $5. AND$ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOM 9 p.m. PM MSA In the Round, singer-songwriters, with -3!)NTHE2OUND SINGER SONGWRITERS WITH Phil Daligan, Blue, Portland. Donation. 0HIL$ALIGAN "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Anna Dagmar, folk/jazz, CD-release show !NNA$AGMAR FOLKJAZZ #$ RELEASESHOW with Nina Schmir, Blue, Portland. Donation. WITH.INA3CHMIR "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Trapparatus, funk/jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. 4RAPPARATUS FUNKJAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 10 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Hot Club Du Monde, gypsy jazz and swing, 21 (OT#LUB$U-ONDE GYPSYJAZZANDSWING  plus; Gingko Blue, Portland, PLUS'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOM 8 p.m. PM Band Beyond Description, jam band, 21-plus; Big "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAMBAND  PLUS"IG Easy, Portland, 9 p.m. %ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and DJ B"EER0ONG ,INE$ANCING +ARAOKEAND$*" set, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $2. 784-7785. SET  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN  Doors at 6 p.m. $OORSATPM

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Continued from Page E7 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3%; (800) 745-3000; bVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Sept. 28 - Journey, Pat Benatar AS^b &³8]c`\Sg>Ob0S\ObO` and Loverboy, 5 p.m., Bangor O\R:]dS`P]g#^[0O\U]` Waterfront Pavilion. $31.50 to $111.50. EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\!#b]#; (800) 745-3000 EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)&%"#! Sept. 29 - Fishtank Ensemble, 8 p.m., One AS^b '³4WaVbO\Y3\aS[PZS&^[=\S Longfellow Square, Portland. $12/$15. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R #; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Sept. 29 - Margaret Cho, 8 p.m., State AS^b '³;O`UO`Sb1V]&^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $25 to $45. State BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R #b]"#AbObS; (800) 745-3000; bVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Sept. 29 - SoulQuest with Switchfoot, AS^b '³A]cZ?cSabeWbVAeWbQVT]]b Needtobreathe and others, 10 a.m., <SSRb]P`SObVSO\R]bVS`aO[ Bangor Waterfront Pavilion. $21.50 to $101. 0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\ #b] EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][ Sept. 29 - The Dream Factory, 9:30 p.m., AS^b '³BVS2`SO[4OQb]`g'(!^[ Port City Music Hall, Portland. $19 to $25. >]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R'b] #; (888) 512-SHOW >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# A6=E Sept. 30 - The Melvins Lite, 9 p.m., Asylum, AS^b!³BVS;SZdW\a:WbS'^[/agZc[ Portland. $15.; >]`bZO\R#>]`bZO\ROagZc[Q][) 772-8274. %% & %" Sept. 30 - Joan Osborne Duo, 8 p.m., AS^b!³8]O\=aP]`\S2c]&^[ Jonathan's, Ogunquit. $42.50/$46.50. 6468]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb" #"$#$"$ 4526; "# $)8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][ Sept. 30 - Connor Garvey, Cindy AS^b!³1]\\]`5O`dSg1W\Rg Bullens and Vanessa Torres, 7 p.m., 0cZZS\aO\RDO\SaaOB]``Sa%^[ One Longfellow Square, Portland. $20. =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 3 - Anthrax, Testament and Death =Qb!³/\bV`OfBSabO[S\bO\R2SObV Angel, 7:50 p.m., State Theatre, Portland. /\USZ%(#^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R $26/$30. $!AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][ Oct. 4 - AG, Garrison Starr and Maia Sharp, =Qb"³/55O``Wa]\AbO``O\R;OWOAVO`^ 8 p.m., Jonathan's, Ogunquit. $17.50/$21. &^[8]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb%#; 646-4526 8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][)$"$"# $ Oct. 5 - Lori McKenna, 8 p.m., One =Qb#³:]`W;Q9S\\O&^[=\S Longfellow Square, Portland. $22/$25. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R  #; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 6 - Ben Harper, 8 p.m., State Theatre, =Qb$³0S\6O`^S`&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $35 to $55. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!#b]##AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 8 - Regina Spektor, 8 p.m., State =Qb&³@SUW\OA^SYb]`&^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $36.50/$40 Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R!$#"AbObSbVSOb`S; (800) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 12³BW\O`WeS\5cWbO`;OabS`aT`][ - Tinariwen Guitar Masters from =Qb Mali, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, ;OZW&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S Portland. $38.; >]`bZO\R!&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) 761-1757 %$%#% Oct. 13 - EOTO, 9 p.m., Port City Music Hall, =Qb!3=B='^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ Portland. $12b]"^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][) to $40.; >]`bZO\R (888) 512-SHOW &&&# A6=E Oct. 15 - Morrissey, 8 p.m., State Theatre, =Qb#³;]``WaaSg&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $39.50. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!'#AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 16 - Glen Campbell: The Goodbye =Qb$³5ZS\1O[^PSZZ(BVS5]]RPgS Tour, 7:30 p.m., Merrill Auditorium, B]c`%(!^[;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[ Portland. $45 to $65.; >]`bZO\R"#b]$#>]`bbWfQ][); 842-0800 >]`bZO\R]dObW]\a]`U)&" & Oct. 18 - The Infamous Stringdusters, =Qb&³BVS7\TO[]caAb`W\URcabS`a 8 p.m., Port City Music Hall, Portland. $15 to &^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R#b]; (800) 745$25. #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"# 3000; Cumberland County Civic Center !)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS` box office P]f]T¿QS Oct. 28 - Henry Rollins, 7 p.m., Cony =Qb &³6S\`g@]ZZW\a%^[1]\g Auditorium, Augusta. $25. Statetheatre /cRWb]`Wc[/cUcabO #AbObSbVSOb`S; (800) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 29 - Citizen Cope, 7:30 p.m., State =Qb '³1WbWhS\1]^S%(!^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $25/$30. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R #!AbObSbVSOb`S; (800) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Nov. 1 - Pretty Lights, 8 p.m., State Theatre, <]d³>`Sbbg:WUVba&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $35 to $40. Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R!#b]"AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R .com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Nov. 3 - Umphrey's McGee with The Bright <]d!³C[^V`Sg¸a;Q5SSeWbVBVS0`WUVb Light Social Hour, 8 p.m., State Theatre, :WUVbA]QWOZ6]c`&^[AbObSBVSOb`S

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The 2012 version of Lynyrd Skynyrd (gui-  5IFWFSTJPOPG-ZOZSE4LZOZSE HVJ tarist Gary Rossington is the only memSo why do new waves of fans keep 4PXIZEPOFXXBWFTPGGBOTLFFQ UBSJTU(BSZ3PTTJOHUPOJTUIFPOMZNFN discovering a band that started making ber of the classic 1973-77 lineup still with EJTDPWFSJOHBCBOEUIBUTUBSUFENBLJOH CFSPGUIFDMBTTJDMJOFVQTUJMMXJUI the band) will play a show at Scarborough NVTJDNPSFUIBOZFBSTBHP music more than 40 years ago? UIFCBOE XJMMQMBZBTIPXBU4DBSCPSPVHI "I think good music stands for itself," Downs racetrack on Friday with fellow i*UIJOLHPPENVTJDTUBOETGPSJUTFMG w %PXOTSBDFUSBDLPO'SJEBZXJUIGFMMPX Rock and Roll Hall of Famers ZZ Top. said Van Zant. "Good music stands the TBJE7BO;BOUi(PPENVTJDTUBOETUIF 3PDLBOE3PMM)BMMPG'BNFST;;5PQ test of time." 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CBS wIFSFDBMMFE UJNFTTPBTOPUUPEJTUVSCOFBSCZIPN He lived in Los Angeles for about six eowners. )FMJWFEJO-PT"OHFMFTGPSBCPVUTJY FPXOFST Friday's show begins at 4:30 p.m., with months - "and almost starved to death." NPOUIToiBOEBMNPTUTUBSWFEUPEFBUIw 'SJEBZTTIPXCFHJOTBUQN XJUI But other than that, he's always lived in regional acts performing before Lynyrd #VUPUIFSUIBOUIBU IFTBMXBZTMJWFEJO SFHJPOBMBDUTQFSGPSNJOHCFGPSF-ZOZSE Skynyrd plays. ZZ Top is the closing act. his native Florida. IJTOBUJWF'MPSJEB 4LZOZSEQMBZT;;5PQJTUIFDMPTJOHBDU "I'm an old Southern boy, and all my Whether the series continues next year i*NBOPME4PVUIFSOCPZ BOEBMMNZ 8IFUIFSUIFTFSJFTDPOUJOVFTOFYUZFBS will depend on how the promoter, town of- GBNJMZJTEPXOIFSF1MVT *MPWFUIF family is down here. Plus, I love the XJMMEFQFOEPOIPXUIFQSPNPUFS UPXOPG swamp, and the gators don't bother me ficials and others assess the three shows TXBNQ BOEUIFHBUPSTEPOUCPUIFSNF mDJBMTBOEPUIFSTBTTFTTUIFUISFFTIPXT - including this one, said Alex Gray of anymore," Van Zant said. BOZNPSF w7BO;BOUTBJE oJODMVEJOHUIJTPOF TBJE"MFY(SBZPG When not touring or recording, Van Zant Waterfront Concerts. 8IFOOPUUPVSJOHPSSFDPSEJOH 7BO;BOU 8BUFSGSPOU$PODFSUT But one thing that can be guaranteed, spends his free time with his children and TQFOETIJTGSFFUJNFXJUIIJTDIJMESFOBOE #VUPOFUIJOHUIBUDBOCFHVBSBOUFFE  his 10 dogs, and likes to fish when he can. said Van Zant, is that the sets by his band IJTEPHT BOEMJLFTUPmTIXIFOIFDBO TBJE7BO;BOU JTUIBUUIFTFUTCZIJTCBOE and ZZ Top will be "double trouble" and But he's not stuck in the past, either. His #VUIFTOPUTUVDLJOUIFQBTU FJUIFS)JT BOE;;5PQXJMMCFiEPVCMFUSPVCMFwBOE 10-year-old daughter sees to that. "a rocking time." 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How did HMJOHUPNBLFIJTWPJDFIFBSEw)PXEJE settings (New York and Paris), mystery, TFUUJOHT /FX:PSLBOE1BSJT NZTUFSZ  this dullard get to be a famous novelist, UIJTEVMMBSEHFUUPCFBGBNPVTOPWFMJTU  literary intrigue and longing. MJUFSBSZJOUSJHVFBOEMPOHJOH with Olivia Wilde as his new wide-eyed XJUI0MJWJB8JMEFBTIJTOFXXJEFFZFE But for that "perfect" film, you'd have #VUGPSUIBUiQFSGFDUwmMN ZPVEIBWF groupie, no less? HSPVQJF OPMFTT to heighten the emotions, make more of UPIFJHIUFOUIFFNPUJPOT NBLFNPSFPG He tells us, after a fashion. Hammond )FUFMMTVT BGUFSBGBTIJPO)BNNPOE the characters and the relationships, find UIFDIBSBDUFSTBOEUIFSFMBUJPOTIJQT mOE narrates the second story, Rory's roOBSSBUFTUIFTFDPOETUPSZ 3PSZTSP other ways for "temptation" and "retribuPUIFSXBZTGPSiUFNQUBUJPOwBOEiSFUSJCV mance with the fair Dora (Saldana). NBODFXJUIUIFGBJS%PSB 4BMEBOB  tion" to show themselves. And you'd probUJPOwUPTIPXUIFNTFMWFT"OEZPVEQSPC We see Rory's years of struggle and his 8FTFF3PSZTZFBSTPGTUSVHHMFBOEIJT ably trim a lot of words out of it, especially BCMZUSJNBMPUPGXPSETPVUPGJU FTQFDJBMMZ discovery of the novel he would ride to EJTDPWFSZPGUIFOPWFMIFXPVMESJEFUP if the novels within the novel are as weak JGUIFOPWFMTXJUIJOUIFOPWFMBSFBTXFBL fame. And Hammond, giving away the GBNF"OE)BNNPOE HJWJOHBXBZUIF as the lines the screenwriters have Quaid BTUIFMJOFTUIFTDSFFOXSJUFSTIBWF2VBJE whole novel in this one reading - apparXIPMFOPWFMJOUIJTPOFSFBEJOHoBQQBS narrate, the situations Cooper must act OBSSBUF UIFTJUVBUJPOT$PPQFSNVTUBDU ently - tells of the day Rory meets "The FOUMZoUFMMTPGUIFEBZ3PSZNFFUTi5IF out and the script that only the old pro PVUBOEUIFTDSJQUUIBUPOMZUIFPMEQSP Old Man," the one person on Earth who 0ME.BO wUIFPOFQFSTPOPO&BSUIXIP Irons can give the spark of life. *SPOTDBOHJWFUIFTQBSLPGMJGF

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sub-prime mortgage practices that conTVCQSJNFNPSUHBHFQSBDUJDFTUIBUDPO tributed to the financial meltdown and his USJCVUFEUPUIFmOBODJBMNFMUEPXOBOEIJT cheap money-fueled sales of luxurious DIFBQNPOFZGVFMFETBMFTPGMVYVSJPVT timeshares to people who can't really afUJNFTIBSFTUPQFPQMFXIPDBOUSFBMMZBG ford them go largely unaddressed. GPSEUIFNHPMBSHFMZVOBEESFTTFE Instead, he removes himself further *OTUFBE IFSFNPWFTIJNTFMGGVSUIFS emotionally from his family as he desperFNPUJPOBMMZGSPNIJTGBNJMZBTIFEFTQFS ately scrambles to save both his unBUFMZTDSBNCMFTUPTBWFCPUIIJTVO completed opulent dream home and the DPNQMFUFEPQVMFOUESFBNIPNFBOEUIF massive corporate skyscraper he built in NBTTJWFDPSQPSBUFTLZTDSBQFSIFCVJMUJO Las Vegas, his stubborn quest to prop up -BT7FHBT IJTTUVCCPSORVFTUUPQSPQVQ the symbols of his former power seeming UIFTZNCPMTPGIJTGPSNFSQPXFSTFFNJOH more vain than noble. NPSFWBJOUIBOOPCMF Meanwhile, while Jackie's growing panic .FBOXIJMF XIJMF+BDLJFTHSPXJOHQBOJD at David's increasing distance and her BU%BWJETJODSFBTJOHEJTUBODFBOEIFS family's increasingly precarious position GBNJMZTJODSFBTJOHMZQSFDBSJPVTQPTJUJPO is hard to watch, her childlike bafflement JTIBSEUPXBUDI IFSDIJMEMJLFCBGnFNFOU at why this is happening to her (and her BUXIZUIJTJTIBQQFOJOHUPIFS BOEIFS seemingly pathological inability to stop TFFNJOHMZQBUIPMPHJDBMJOBCJMJUZUPTUPQ spending money) ultimately causes seriTQFOEJOHNPOFZ VMUJNBUFMZDBVTFTTFSJ ous empathy fatigue. PVTFNQBUIZGBUJHVF As a metaphor for the flawed values that "TBNFUBQIPSGPSUIFnBXFEWBMVFTUIBU contributed to the financial collapse, "The DPOUSJCVUFEUPUIFmOBODJBMDPMMBQTF i5IF Queen of Versailles" is pretty illuminating. 2VFFOPG7FSTBJMMFTwJTQSFUUZJMMVNJOBUJOH As a character study, it's hard not to re"TBDIBSBDUFSTUVEZ JUTIBSEOPUUPSF spond to David's closing summation that, TQPOEUP%BWJETDMPTJOHTVNNBUJPOUIBU  "We need to live within our means and i8FOFFEUPMJWFXJUIJOPVSNFBOTBOE don't spend money that we don't have" EPOUTQFOENPOFZUIBUXFEPOUIBWFw with a shrug, and perhaps a little anger. XJUIBTISVH BOEQFSIBQTBMJUUMFBOHFS

"The Queen of Versailles" (PG) will be i5IF2VFFOPG7FSTBJMMFTw 1( XJMMCF screened at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Space TDSFFOFEBUQN5IVSTEBZBU4QBDF Gallery, 538 Congress St., Portland. (BMMFSZ $POHSFTT4U 1PSUMBOE Tickets are $7 ($5 for Space members and 5JDLFUTBSF GPS4QBDFNFNCFSTBOE students with ID). For information, visit TUVEFOUTXJUI*% 'PSJOGPSNBUJPO WJTJU TQBDFPSH Dennis Perkins is a Portland freelance writer. 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaO>]`bZO\RT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`

COMING TO LOCAL SCREENS :FD@E>KFCF:8CJ:I<<EJ NICKELODEON CINEMA <7193:=23=<17<3;/ ( ^Ob`W]bQW\S[OaQ][ Friday: "The Words." Bradley Cooper 4`WROg(µBVSE]`Ra¶0`ORZSg1]]^S` ("The Hangover") makes a bid for µBVS6O\U]dS`¶[OYSaOPWRT]` dramatic leading-man status with this R`O[ObWQZSORW\U\abObcaeWbVbVWa drama about a failed writer whose R`O[OOP]cbOTOWZSRe`WbS`eV]aS plan to pass off the lost manuscript of ^ZO\b]^Oaa]TTbVSZ]ab[O\caQ`W^b]T a reclusive old writer (Jeremy Irons) as O`SQZcaWdS]ZRe`WbS`8S`S[g7`]\aOa his own backfires. VWa]e\POQY¿`Sa SPACE GALLERY A>/135/::3@G ( a^OQS#!&]`U Wednesday: "The Green." When ESR\SaROg(µBVS5`SS\¶EVS\ a contented gay couple relocates OQ]\bS\bSRUOgQ]c^ZS`SZ]QObSa from Manhattan to a small town in T`][;O\VObbO\b]Oa[OZZb]e\W\ Connecticut, their relationship is 1]\\SQbWQcbbVSW``SZObW]\aVW^Wa tested by homophobia and suspicion. bSabSRPgV][]^V]PWOO\Raca^WQW]\ Part of Space's "Normative Narratives" >O`b]TA^OQS¸aµ<]`[ObWdS<O``ObWdSa¶ series "offering a new perspective aS`WSaµ]TTS`W\UO\Se^S`a^SQbWdS on queer culture and its ultimate ]\_cSS`QcZbc`SO\RWbacZbW[ObS normality." \]`[OZWbg¶

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moved back to Maine from New Jersey. NPWFECBDLUP.BJOFGSPN/FX+FSTFZ 5IFJSXPSLDPVMEOPUCFNPSFEJGGFSFOU0OFJTNJOJNBM Their work could not be more different. One is minimaleptember is a study of contrasts at Aucoscis- JTUUIFPUIFSJTBMNPTU#BSPRVF'PMFZJTXJMEMZHFTUVSBM  FQUFNCFSJTBTUVEZPGDPOUSBTUTBU"VDPTDJT ist; the other is almost Baroque. Foley is wildly gestural, co Galleries in Portland. DP(BMMFSJFTJO1PSUMBOE creating lavish, cartoon-like layered imagery full of loopy DSFBUJOHMBWJTI DBSUPPOMJLFMBZFSFEJNBHFSZGVMMPGMPPQZ Sean Foley, whose work is in the collection GPSNTBOEFOFSHZ'FSSZTXPSLJTnBUBOEHFPNFUSJDGPS 4FBO'PMFZ XIPTFXPSLJTJOUIFDPMMFDUJPO forms and energy. Ferry's work is flat and geometric; for of the Portland Museum of Art, will show this series, his central figure is a cross, which he repeats PGUIF1PSUMBOE.VTFVNPG"SU XJMMTIPX UIJTTFSJFT IJTDFOUSBMmHVSFJTBDSPTT XIJDIIFSFQFBUT new paintings and drawings at the Portland JOFBDIQBJOUJOH in each painting. OFXQBJOUJOHTBOEESBXJOHTBUUIF1PSUMBOE gallery beginning Friday as part of the city's But their use of color connects them. Both create mood HBMMFSZCFHJOOJOH'SJEBZBTQBSUPGUIFDJUZT #VUUIFJSVTFPGDPMPSDPOOFDUTUIFN#PUIDSFBUFNPPE First Friday ArtWalk. and atmosphere with their color choices. 'JSTU'SJEBZ"SU8BML BOEBUNPTQIFSFXJUIUIFJSDPMPSDIPJDFT A former instructor at Maine College of Art who now The show is titled "The Crux of the Matter," and it is "GPSNFSJOTUSVDUPSBU.BJOF$PMMFHFPG"SUXIPOPX 5IFTIPXJTUJUMFEi5IF$SVYPGUIF.BUUFS wBOEJUJT lives in Ohio, Foley will show his work in tandem with on view through Sept. 29. It opens with a First Friday MJWFTJO0IJP 'PMFZXJMMTIPXIJTXPSLJOUBOEFNXJUI POWJFXUISPVHI4FQU*UPQFOTXJUIB'JSTU'SJEBZ a former MECA student, Joshua Ferry, who recently ArtWalk reception from 5 to 8 p.m. BGPSNFS.&$"TUVEFOU +PTIVB'FSSZ XIPSFDFOUMZ "SU8BMLSFDFQUJPOGSPNUPQN


PORTLAND PHOTOGRAPHER Richard Sandifer >=@B:/<2>6=B=5@/>63@@WQVO`RAO\RWTS` hosts his annual Open Studio event V]abaVWaO\\cOZ=^S\AbcRW]SdS\b featuring art, food and music in a TSObc`W\UO`bT]]RO\R[caWQW\O benefit for Safe Passage. The Maine-based nonprofit PS\SÂżbT]`AOTS>OaaOUSBVS;OW\SPOaSR\]\^`]Âżb organization serves at-risk children in Guatemala. ]`UO\WhObW]\aS`dSaOb`WaYQVWZR`S\W\5cObS[OZO WHEN: 4:30 to 11:45 p.m. Friday E63<("(!b]("#^[4`WROg WHERE: RGS Studio, 151 Newbury St., Portland E63@3(@5AAbcRW]#<SePc`gAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $20; $50 VIP 6=E;C16( )#D7> INFO: 329-3646; 7<4=(! '!$"$)`Ua^V]b]Q][

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CLASSICAL MUSIC N#,!33)#!,-53)# FRIDAY &2)$!9 Chamber ME Music Series, Haydn string quartet #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES (AYDNSTRINGQUARTET concert followed by Schubert songs, Freeport CONCERTFOLLOWEDBY3CHUBERTSONGS &REEPORT Community Center. Free/donation. 251-1953. #OMMUNITY#ENTER&REEDONATION  11 a.m. AM Chamber ME Music Series, Haydn string quartet #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES (AYDNSTRINGQUARTET concert followed by Schubert songs, State Street CONCERTFOLLOWEDBY3CHUBERTSONGS 3TATE3TREET Church, Portland. Free/donation. 251-1953. #HURCH 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION  5 p.m. PM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Chamber ME Music Series, Haydn string quartet #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES (AYDNSTRINGQUARTET concert followed by Schubert songs, River Tree CONCERTFOLLOWEDBY3CHUBERTSONGS 2IVER4REE Arts Center, Kennebunk. Free/donation. !RTS#ENTER +ENNEBUNK&REEDONATION 251-1953. 11 a.m.  AM Maine Pro Musica, works by Beethoven, Mozart -AINE0RO-USICA WORKSBY"EETHOVEN -OZART and Mendelssohn, Bowdoin College (Studzinski AND-ENDELSSOHN "OWDOIN#OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI Recital Hall), Brunswick. Free. 798-4141. 3 p.m. 2ECITAL(ALL "RUNSWICK&REE PM SEPT. 13 3%04 Syrian Violinist Aban Zirikly, "The Pleasures of 3YRIAN6IOLINIST!BAN:IRIKLY h4HE0LEASURESOF Classical Music" talk and performance, Thomas #LASSICAL-USICvTALKANDPERFORMANCE 4HOMAS Memorial Library, Cape Elizabeth. Free. -EMORIAL,IBRARY #APE%LIZABETH&REE 7 p.m. THOMASMEMORIALLIBRARYORGPM

THEATER N4(%!4%2 "9 to 5: The Musical," musical co-starring Sally hTO4HE-USICAL vMUSICALCO STARRING3ALLY Struthers based on hit 1980 movie, Ogunquit 3TRUTHERSBASEDONHITMOVIE /GUNQUIT Playhouse. $29 to $74. 0LAYHOUSETOOGUNQUITPLAYHOUSEORG 2:30 and 8 p.m. Thursday; 8 p.m. Friday; ANDPM4HURSDAYPM&RIDAY 3:30 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 8 p.m. ANDPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM Tuesday; 2:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday and Sept. 4UESDAYANDPM7EDNESDAYAND3EPT 13. Through Sept. 15. 4HROUGH3EPT National Theater in London Live: "The Curious .ATIONAL4HEATERIN,ONDON,IVEh4HE#URIOUS Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," live in )NCIDENTOFTHE$OGINTHE.IGHT 4IME vLIVEIN HD broadcast, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $23; ($BROADCAST 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND $18 for students, 2 p.m. FORSTUDENTSROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM Thursday (encore screening at 7 p.m.) 4HURSDAYENCORESCREENINGATPM National Theatre in London Live: "The Curious .ATIONAL4HEATREIN,ONDON,IVEh4HE#URIOUS

Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time," live in )NCIDENTOFTHE$OGINTHE.IGHT 4IME vLIVEIN HD broadcast, Leura Hill Eastman Performing ($BROADCAST ,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING Arts Center, Fryeburg. $18; $15 for seniors; $10 !RTS#ENTER &RYEBURGFORSENIORS for students, 2 p.m. FORSTUDENTSFRYEBURGACADEMYORGPACPM Thursday (encore screening at 7 p.m.); 1 p.m. 4HURSDAYENCORESCREENINGATPM PM Saturday. 3ATURDAY Portland Playback Improv Theater, theme 0ORTLAND0LAYBACK)MPROV4HEATER THEME is "Letting Go: Stories of When You Walked ISh,ETTING'O3TORIESOF7HEN9OU7ALKED Away or Held On Too Long," Community !WAYOR(ELD/N4OO,ONG v#OMMUNITY Television Network (CTN), Portland. $7. 4ELEVISION.ETWORK#4. 0ORTLAND 7:30 p.m. Friday. PORTLANDPLAYBACKCOMPM&RIDAY "The Fox on the Fairway," furiously paced h4HE&OXONTHE&AIRWAY vFURIOUSLYPACED comedy, Gaslight Theater at Hallowell City Hall. COMEDY 'ASLIGHT4HEATERAT(ALLOWELL#ITY(ALL $12; $10 for seniors and students. 626-3698. FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS  7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "The Inferno Bar & Grill," original play by h4HE)NFERNO"AR'RILL vORIGINALPLAYBY Maine playwrights; all proceeds go to Waldo -AINEPLAYWRIGHTSALLPROCEEDSGOTO7ALDO youth and adult productions; Waldo Theatre, YOUTHANDADULTPRODUCTIONS7ALDO4HEATRE Waldoboro. $10. 7:30 p.m. Friday 7ALDOBOROTHEWALDOORGPM&RIDAY and Saturday. AND3ATURDAY "The Biggest Little House in the Forest," h4HE"IGGEST,ITTLE(OUSEINTHE&OREST v interactive theater experience for infants and INTERACTIVETHEATEREXPERIENCEFORINFANTSAND toddlers, Children's Museum and Theatre of TODDLERS #HILDRENS-USEUMAND4HEATREOF Maine, Portland. $5, $6. 11 a.m. -AINE 0ORTLAND KITETAILSORGAM Friday; 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday. Through &RIDAYAMANDPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH Sept. 15. 3EPT "Tess of the D'Urbervilles," stage adaptation h4ESSOFTHE$5RBERVILLES vSTAGEADAPTATION presented by Dead Wessex Fair, Lucid Stage, PRESENTEDBY$EAD7ESSEX&AIR ,UCID3TAGE Portland. $12; $10 for seniors and students. 0ORTLANDFORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS 8 p.m. Sept. 13. LUCIDSTAGECOMPM3EPT "Etty/' one-woman theatrical play based on the h%TTY vONE WOMANTHEATRICALPLAYBASEDONTHE letters and diaries of Etty Hillesum, Rockland LETTERSANDDIARIESOF%TTY(ILLESUM 2OCKLAND Public Library. Free. 594-0310. 6:30 p.m. 0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE PM Sept. 13. 3EPT

AUDITIONS N!5$)4)/.3 "Beauty and the Beast, Jr.," parts for children in h"EAUTYANDTHE"EAST *R vPARTSFORCHILDRENIN grades 6 to 12; performance dates are Nov. 2-11; GRADESTOPERFORMANCEDATESARE.OV  Waldo Theatre, Waldoboro. 832-6060. 2 to 4 7ALDO4HEATRE 7ALDOBORO TO p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY "Chicago," auditioners must be high school age h#HICAGO vAUDITIONERSMUSTBEHIGHSCHOOLAGE or older, Waldo Theatre, Waldoboro. 832-6060. OROLDER 7ALDO4HEATRE 7ALDOBORO  1 to 4 p.m. Sunday; 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday TOPM3UNDAYTOPM-ONDAY and Wednesday. AND7EDNESDAY Midcoast Community Chorus, John Street United -IDCOAST#OMMUNITY#HORUS *OHN3TREET5NITED Methodist Church, Camden. 5 to -ETHODIST#HURCH #AMDENMCCSINGSORGTO 6:30 p.m. Monday. PM-ONDAY

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ART GALLERIES N!24'!,,%2)%3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 "Philip Frey: New Paintings," Gleason Fine Art, h0HILIP&REY.EW0AINTINGS v'LEASON&INE!RT Boothbay Harbor. 633-6849. Opens Thursday; "OOTHBAY(ARBOR /PENS4HURSDAY reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Through Oct. 13. RECEPTION TOPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH/CT Jon Imber: "Life at the Shore," Greenhut *ON)MBERh,IFEATTHE3HORE v'REENHUT Galleries, Portland, 'ALLERIES 0ORTLANDGREENHUTGALLERIESCOM Opening reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday. /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM4HURSDAY Through Sept. 29. GREENHUTGALLERIESCOM4HROUGH3EPT First Friday ArtWalk, galleries and museums &IRST&RIDAY!RT7ALK GALLERIESANDMUSEUMS open for free, downtown Portland. OPENFORFREE DOWNTOWN0ORTLAND 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. lRSTFRIDAYARTWALKCOMTOPM&RIDAY "Addiction to Perfection," encaustic paint and h!DDICTIONTO0ERFECTION vENCAUSTICPAINTAND mixed media by Kimberly Curry and graphite MIXEDMEDIABY+IMBERLY#URRYANDGRAPHITE on paper by Jeanne Titherington, 3Fish Gallery, ONPAPERBY*EANNE4ITHERINGTON &ISH'ALLERY Portland. First Friday reception, 0ORTLANDlSHGALLERYCOM&IRST&RIDAYRECEPTION 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 27. TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT Maine Artists Collective's "Far Out," Constellation -AINE!RTISTS#OLLECTIVESh&AR/UT v#ONSTELLATION Gallery, Portland, First 'ALLERY 0ORTLANDCONSTELLATIONARTCOM&IRST Friday reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through &RIDAYRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Sept. 20. 3EPT Jim Williams and Jeff Swanson, Two Paths Gallery, *IM7ILLIAMSAND*EFF3WANSON 4WO0ATHS'ALLERY Portland, First Friday 0ORTLANDTWOPATHSGALLERYCOM&IRST&RIDAY reception, 5 to 9 p.m. Friday. RECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY Edwige Charlotte and Rachel Gloria: "Gilded %DWIGE#HARLOTTEAND2ACHEL'LORIAh'ILDED Roots, Native Grace," Mayo Street Arts, Portland. 2OOTS .ATIVE'RACE v-AYO3TREET!RTS 0ORTLAND Opening reception, 5 to 8 MAYOSTREETARTSORG/PENINGRECEPTION TO p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 28. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT "Inspired by Space: Artists of the Chestunut h)NSPIREDBY3PACE!RTISTSOFTHE#HESTUNUT Street Lofts," various artists, Portland Public 3TREET,OFTS vVARIOUSARTISTS 0ORTLAND0UBLIC Library (Lewis Gallery), ,IBRARY,EWIS'ALLERY PORTLANDLIBRARYCOM Opening reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Sept. 30. 3EPT Andrea van Voorst van Beest and Jim Kelly, !NDREAVAN6OORSTVAN"EESTAND*IM+ELLY gouache paintings, intaglio prints and mixed GOUACHEPAINTINGS INTAGLIOPRINTSANDMIXED media, Addison Woolley Gallery, Portland. MEDIA !DDISON7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLAND First Friday reception, 5 to 8 ADDISONWOOLLEYCOM&IRST&RIDAYRECEPTION TO p.m. Friday. Through Sept. 29. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH3EPT Brandon Kawashima: "Phantasmagoria," The "RANDON+AWASHIMAh0HANTASMAGORIA v4HE Green Hand Bookshop, Portland. 253-6808. First 'REEN(AND"OOKSHOP 0ORTLAND &IRST Friday reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through &RIDAYRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Sept. 30. 3EPT Jo-Ann Sanborn, Sandi Johnson and Tara O'Neill: *O !NN3ANBORN 3ANDI*OHNSONAND4ARA/.EILL "Painterly Perspectives," Harmon's & Barton's h0AINTERLY0ERSPECTIVES v(ARMONS"ARTONS Gallery, Portland, First 'ALLERY 0ORTLANDHARMONSBARTONSCOM&IRST

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CONTINUING #/.4).5).' Portland Museum of Art: "Maine Sublime: 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RTh-AINE3UBLIME Frederic Edwin Church's Landscapes of Mount &REDERIC%DWIN#HURCHS,ANDSCAPESOF-OUNT Desert and Mount Katahdin," focuses on 23 of $ESERTAND-OUNT+ATAHDIN vFOCUSESONOF Church's small oil sketches, through Sept. 30; #HURCHSSMALLOILSKETCHES THROUGH3EPT "Art in Process," high school art exhibition, h!RTIN0ROCESS vHIGHSCHOOLARTEXHIBITION through Dec. 30; "The Portland Society of Art THROUGH$ECh4HE0ORTLAND3OCIETYOF!RT and Winslow Homer in Maine," 50 watercolors AND7INSLOW(OMERIN-AINE vWATERCOLORS 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: " W i r e d ! " explores the (OUSE 0ORTLANDh7IREDvEXPLORESTHE electrification of Maine during the 20th century, ELECTRIlCATIONOF-AINEDURINGTHETHCENTURY through May 26, 2013. THROUGH-AY MAINEHISTORYORG Maine Jewish Museum, Portland: Rush -AINE*EWISH-USEUM 0ORTLAND2USH Brown, "Portland: Capturing a Changing "ROWN h0ORTLAND#APTURINGA#HANGING Neighborhood," paintings, through Monday. .EIGHBORHOOD vPAINTINGS THROUGH-ONDAY MAINEJEWISHMUSEUMORG Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "A "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICKh! River Lost & Found: The Androscoggin River in 2IVER,OST&OUND4HE!NDROSCOGGIN2IVERIN Time and Place," interactive exhibit, through Sept. 4IMEAND0LACE vINTERACTIVEEXHIBIT THROUGH3EPT 16; William Wegman, "Hello Nature," 30-year 7ILLIAM7EGMAN h(ELLO.ATURE v YEAR retrospective of artist's work, through Oct. 2 1 . RETROSPECTIVEOFARTISTSWORK THROUGH/CT BOWDOINEDU Pejepscot Historical Society Museum, Brunswick: 0EJEPSCOT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM "RUNSWICK "Promenade: A Walk in Style Through Pejepscot's h0ROMENADE!7ALKIN3TYLE4HROUGH0EJEPSCOTS Past," through Oct. 3 1 . 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. /CTMAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG Dyer Library/Saco Museum: Annie Lemieux, $YER,IBRARY3ACO-USEUM!NNIE,EMIEUX photographs of the "Way Way Store," through PHOTOGRAPHSOFTHEh7AY7AY3TORE vTHROUGH Sunday; "The Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's 3UNDAYh4HE-OVING0ANORAMAOF0ILGRIMS Progress," Civil War-era panorama seen in its 0ROGRESS v#IVIL7AR ERAPANORAMASEENINITS entirety for the first time in more than a century, ENTIRETYFORTHElRSTTIMEINMORETHANACENTURY through Nov. 10 (also at Pepperell Mills in THROUGH.OVALSOAT0EPPERELL-ILLSIN Bidderford). "IDDERFORD DYERLIBRARYSACOMUSEUMORG Ogunquit Museum of American Art: Peggy /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT0EGGY Bacon: "Portrait of an Art Colony," portraits; "ACONh0ORTRAITOFAN!RT#OLONY vPORTRAITS "Building an American Modernist Collection," h"UILDINGAN!MERICAN-ODERNIST#OLLECTION v highlights from the permanent collection; Henry HIGHLIGHTSFROMTHEPERMANENTCOLLECTION(ENRY Strater: "Art of the Portrait," collection of portraits; 3TRATERh!RTOFTHE0ORTRAIT vCOLLECTIONOFPORTRAITS and "Contemporary Works from the Permanent ANDh#ONTEMPORARY7ORKSFROMTHE0ERMANENT Collection," lesser-known and seldom seen #OLLECTION vLESSER KNOWNANDSELDOMSEEN contemporary work, through Oct. 3 1 . Ogunquit CONTEMPORARYWORK THROUGH/CT/GUNQUIT Museum of American Art. -USEUMOF!MERICAN!RTOGUNQUITMUSEUMORG Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk: "A Glimpse "RICK3TORE-USEUM +ENNEBUNKh!'LIMPSE of Louis Norton," early 20th-century paintings OF,OUIS.ORTON vEARLYTH CENTURYPAINTINGS of Kennebunkport; and "Painted Details: Artists OF+ENNEBUNKPORTANDh0AINTED$ETAILS!RTISTS Interpret Kennebunk's Historic Architecture," )NTERPRET+ENNEBUNKS(ISTORIC!RCHITECTURE v through Saturday; "Barry: The Art Exhibition," THROUGH3ATURDAYh"ARRY4HE!RT%XHIBITION v paintings, drawings and sculptures by Edith Barry, PAINTINGS DRAWINGSANDSCULPTURESBY%DITH"ARRY through Sept. 15.985-4802. THROUGH3EPT  Bates College Museum of Art, Lewiston: "ATES#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT ,EWISTON "Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography," h3TARSTRUCK4HE&INE!RTOF!STROPHOTOGRAPHY v featuring 106 images by artists from 11 countries FEATURINGIMAGESBYARTISTSFROMCOUNTRIES


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ACROSSlVECONTINENTS THROUGH$EC across five continents, through Dec. 15. BATESEDUMUSEUMEXHIBITIONS Museum L-A, Lewiston: "The Power of Music: -USEUM, ! ,EWISTONh4HE0OWEROF-USIC Photographic Portraits of Americans and their 0HOTOGRAPHIC0ORTRAITSOF!MERICANSANDTHEIR Musical Instruments, 1860-1915," through Sept. -USICAL)NSTRUMENTS   vTHROUGH3EPT 23. MUSEUMLAORG #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLEh)NTERIOR Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville: "Interior Visions: Selections from the Collection," pieces 6ISIONS3ELECTIONSFROMTHE#OLLECTION vPIECES from museum collection curated by Alex Katz, FROMMUSEUMCOLLECTIONCURATEDBY!LEX+ATZ through Oct. 7; Alex Katz, "Maine/New York," 28 THROUGH/CT!LEX+ATZ h-AINE.EW9ORK v paintings and one multi-part sculpture, through PAINTINGSANDONEMULTI PARTSCULPTURE THROUGH Dec. 30. 859-5609. $EC  Maine State Museum, Augusta: "Malaga Island: -AINE3TATE-USEUM !UGUSTAh-ALAGA)SLAND Fragmented Lives," historic photographs, &RAGMENTED,IVES vHISTORICPHOTOGRAPHS documents, artifacts and first-person accounts, DOCUMENTS ARTIFACTSANDlRST PERSONACCOUNTS through May 2013. THROUGH-AYMAINESTATEMUSEUMORG Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland: "The &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLANDh4HE Homestead Project: A Residence Reimagined," (OMESTEAD0ROJECT!2ESIDENCE2EIMAGINED v architectural designs, through Sept. 23; ARCHITECTURALDESIGNS THROUGH3EPT "Impressionist Summers: Frank W. Benson's North h)MPRESSIONIST3UMMERS&RANK7"ENSONS.ORTH Haven," paintings, lithographs and etchings, (AVEN vPAINTINGS LITHOGRAPHSANDETCHINGS through Oct. 2 1 ; Andrew Wyeth: "Summers in THROUGH/CT!NDREW7YETHh3UMMERSIN Port Clyde," watercolors from 1930s and '40s, 0ORT#LYDE vWATERCOLORSFROMSANDS through Nov. 4; "Jamie Wyeth, Rockwell Kent THROUGH.OVh*AMIE7YETH 2OCKWELL+ENT and Monhegan," paintings, through Dec. 30. AND-ONHEGAN vPAINTINGS THROUGH$EC FARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor: 2012 Waponahki !BBE-USEUM "AR(ARBOR7APONAHKI Student Art Show, through Oct. 22; "Indians and 3TUDENT!RT3HOW THROUGH/CTh)NDIANSAND Rusticators" and "Transcending Traditions: The 2USTICATORSvANDh4RANSCENDING4RADITIONS4HE Next Generation and Maine Indian Basketry," .EXT'ENERATIONAND-AINE)NDIAN"ASKETRY v through Dec. 29. THROUGH$ECABBEMUSEUMORG Tides Institute and Museum of Art, Eastport: "Her 4IDES)NSTITUTEAND-USEUMOF!RT %ASTPORTh(ER Kingdom Under the Sea," installation by Andrea +INGDOM5NDERTHE3EA vINSTALLATIONBY!NDREA Dezso, through Wednesday, $EZSO THROUGH7EDNESDAYTIDESINSTITUTEORG University of Maine Museum of Art, Bangor: 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE-USEUMOF!RT "ANGOR Arnold Mesches, "A Minispective"; Richard !RNOLD-ESCHES h!-INISPECTIVEv2ICHARD Haden, "Carved Signs"; and Chris Natrop: "Lily (ADEN h#ARVED3IGNSvAND#HRIS.ATROPh,ILY Ponder," through Sept. 15. 0ONDER vTHROUGH3EPTUMMAUMAINEEDU

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Through Sept. 30. h,IFE$RAWINGS vTHROUGH3EPT  "Life Drawings," through Sept. 29. 773-0822. "Two Worlds of Home," recent works of h4WO7ORLDSOF(OME vRECENTWORKSOF Maine Potters Market, Portland: Susan Horowitz, -AINE0OTTERS-ARKET 0ORTLAND3USAN(OROWITZ Ross Grams, Harlow Gallery, Hallowell. 2OSS'RAMS (ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELL handcrafted pottery pieces, through Sept. 26. Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. HANDCRAFTEDPOTTERYPIECES THROUGH3EPT HARLOWGALLERYORG/PENINGRECEPTION TOPM MAINEPOTTERSMARKETCOM Friday. Through Sept. 29. &RIDAY4HROUGH3EPT Macpage LLC, South Portland: "Landscapes," 20 -ACPAGE,,# 3OUTH0ORTLANDh,ANDSCAPES v Audrey Bechler, Jill Caldwell, Laurie Lofman !UDREY"ECHLER *ILL#ALDWELL ,AURIE,OFMAN local artists in various media, through Oct. 19. LOCALARTISTSINVARIOUSMEDIA THROUGH/CT Bellmore and Joan Wright, Art Space Gallery, "ELLMOREAND*OAN7RIGHT !RT3PACE'ALLERY MACPAGECOM Rockland. First Friday 2OCKLANDARTSPACEMAINECOM&IRST&RIDAY Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth: Rufus Goes, %LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH2UFUS#OES reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through Sept. 30. RECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH3EPT "Coastal Route," and Ethel H. Blum: "Travels h#OASTAL2OUTE vAND%THEL("LUMh4RAVELS John Urbain: "No Ideas But in Things," Yvette *OHN5RBAINh.O)DEAS"UTIN4HINGS v9VETTE Near and Far, A Retrospective," through Sept. 29. Torres Fine Art, Rockland. .EARAND&AR !2ETROSPECTIVE vTHROUGH3EPT 4ORRES&INE!RT 2OCKLANDYVETTETORRESlNEARTCOM ELIZABETHMOSSGALLERIESCOM First Friday reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through &IRST&RIDAYRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Falmouth Memorial Library: Paintings by Jan ter &ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARY0AINTINGSBY*ANTER Oct. 14. /CT Weele, through Sept. 30. 7EELE THROUGH3EPTFALMOUTHLIBMEUS Lisa Becu, new works in granite, Caldbeck ,ISA"ECU NEWWORKSINGRANITE #ALDBECK Maine Audubon, Falmouth: "On the Wing," -AINE!UDUBON &ALMOUTHh/NTHE7ING v Gallery, Rockland. 594-5935. First Friday 'ALLERY 2OCKLAND &IRST&RIDAY sculpture exhibition and sale, through Sept. 30. SCULPTUREEXHIBITIONANDSALE THROUGH3EPT reception, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday. RECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY JUNELACOMBESCULPTURECOM Thomas and Anne Dubois, paintings and 4HOMASAND!NNE$UBOIS PAINTINGSAND Yarmouth Frame Shop and Gallery: "Mid-Summer 9ARMOUTH&RAME3HOPAND'ALLERYh-ID 3UMMER woodworking, Just us Chickens Gallery, Kittery. WOODWORKING *USTUS#HICKENS'ALLERY +ITTERY Perspectives," multiple artists, through Sept. 30. 0ERSPECTIVES vMULTIPLEARTISTS THROUGH3EPT Opening reception, 4 to 7 p.m. JUSTUSCHICKENSNET/PENINGRECEPTION TOPM 846-7777.   Friday. Through Sept. 30. &RIDAY4HROUGH3EPT North Yarmouth Academy (Curtis Gallery), Gail Rein, Irina Kahn and Suzanne Hardy: "Points .ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY#URTIS'ALLERY 'AIL2EIN )RINA+AHNAND3UZANNE(ARDYh0OINTS Yarmouth: Susan Myer Riley and Travis Roy, 9ARMOUTH3USAN-YER2ILEYAND4RAVIS2OY of View," Lajos Matolcsy Arts Gallery, Norway. OF6IEW v,AJOS-ATOLCSY!RTS'ALLERY .ORWAY through Oct. 31.847-5423. THROUGH/CT Opening reception, WESTERNMAINEARTGROUPORG/PENINGRECEPTION Freeport Historical Society Harrington House: &REEPORT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY(ARRINGTON(OUSE 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through Sept. 30. TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH3EPT "Buttons, Rum and Rakes: Freeport's Mercantile h"UTTONS 2UMAND2AKES&REEPORTS-ERCANTILE J. Thomas R. Higgins: "Paint and Perception: A *4HOMAS2(IGGINSh0AINTAND0ERCEPTION! Past," through March 2013. freeporthistorical 0AST vTHROUGH-ARCHFREEPORTHISTORICAL Retrospective Exhibition," Greenhut Galleries, 2ETROSPECTIVE%XHIBITION v'REENHUT'ALLERIES SOCIETYORG Portland, Opening 0ORTLANDGREENHUTGALLERIESCOM/PENING Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport: "Viewpoints," 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORTh6IEWPOINTS v reception, 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Through Oct. 10. RECEPTION TOPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH/CT group exhibit, through Oct. 28. 865-4519. 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WHERE: 115 Main St., Freeport E63@3(#;OW\Ab4`SS^]`b PHONE: 865-4196 >6=<3(&$#"'$ WEBSITE: E30A7B3(XO[Sa]\bOdS`\Q][ HOURS: 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. 6=C@A((!O[b]'^[ Sunday through Thursday; Ac\ROgbV`]cUVBVc`aROg) until 10 p.m. on Saturdays c\bWZ^[]\AObc`ROga PARKING: On-street metered >/@97<5(=\ab`SSb[SbS`SR parking that's free after 6 p.m. ^O`YW\UbVOb¸aT`SSOTbS`$^[ and on Sundays O\R]\Ac\ROga AMENITIES: A couple of /;3<7B73A(/Q]c^ZS]T televisions and two decks for bSZSdWaW]\aO\Rbe]RSQYaT]` outdoor seating ]cbR]]`aSObW\U HAPPY HOUR: 4 to 6 p.m. 6/>>G6=C@("b]$^[ Monday through Friday, ;]\ROgbV`]cUV4`WROg with varying drink and food eWbVdO`gW\UR`W\YO\RT]]R specials a^SQWOZa SCENE: A small, casual taproom A13<3(/a[OZZQOacOZbO^`]][ to complement the tavern's b]Q][^ZS[S\bbVSbOdS`\¸a main dining room. The bar [OW\RW\W\U`]][BVSPO` attracts locals and tourists. Obb`OQbaZ]QOZaO\Rb]c`Waba

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ith our JUIPVS expanding FYQBOEJOH view of the WJFXPGUIF universe's VOJWFSTFT complexity DPNQMFYJUZ and the proBOEUIFQSP liferation of MJGFSBUJPOPG extraterresFYUSBUFSSFT trial-themed USJBMUIFNFE documentaEPDVNFOUB ries on mainstream television, the SJFTPONBJOTUSFBNUFMFWJTJPO UIF concept of life from other planets DPODFQUPGMJGFGSPNPUIFSQMBOFUT is not as far out as it once was. JTOPUBTGBSPVUBTJUPODFXBT This Saturday, the field of alien 5IJT4BUVSEBZ UIFmFMEPGBMJFO abduction will make a close enBCEVDUJPOXJMMNBLFBDMPTFFO counter in Maine, when Gorham DPVOUFSJO.BJOF XIFO(PSIBN plays host to the Experiencers QMBZTIPTUUPUIF&YQFSJFODFST Speak conference. 4QFBLDPOGFSFODF The event, expected to attract 5IFFWFOU FYQFDUFEUPBUUSBDU 400 people from the U.S. and QFPQMFGSPNUIF64BOE Canada, boasts big-name speak$BOBEB CPBTUTCJHOBNFTQFBL ers in the field, headlined by FSTJOUIFmFME IFBEMJOFECZ Travis Walton, the author of 5SBWJT8BMUPO UIFBVUIPSPG "Fire in the Sky." i'JSFJOUIF4LZw Walton's case is one of the most 8BMUPOTDBTFJTPOFPGUIFNPTU well-known abduction stories, and XFMMLOPXOBCEVDUJPOTUPSJFT BOE includes the added element of six JODMVEFTUIFBEEFEFMFNFOUPGTJY eyewitnesses. FZFXJUOFTTFT On Nov. 5,1975, Walton was part 0O/PW  8BMUPOXBTQBSU of a logging crew contracted by PGBMPHHJOHDSFXDPOUSBDUFECZ the U.S. Forest Service in Arizona. UIF64'PSFTU4FSWJDFJO"SJ[POB The men claimed that after a long 5IFNFODMBJNFEUIBUBGUFSBMPOH day of work, they were headed EBZPGXPSL UIFZXFSFIFBEFE home over a bumpy logging road IPNFPWFSBCVNQZMPHHJOHSPBE when they saw strange lights, and XIFOUIFZTBXTUSBOHFMJHIUT BOE soon pulled alongside what they TPPOQVMMFEBMPOHTJEFXIBUUIFZ reported to be a hovering spaceSFQPSUFEUPCFBIPWFSJOHTQBDF craft. DSBGU Walton jumped from the truck 8BMUPOKVNQFEGSPNUIFUSVDL to get a closer look, and later UPHFUBDMPTFSMPPL BOEMBUFS claimed that he was struck in DMBJNFEUIBUIFXBTTUSVDLJO the chest by a light beam. This UIFDIFTUCZBMJHIUCFBN5IJT caused the rest of the crew to flee DBVTFEUIFSFTUPGUIFDSFXUPnFF in horror, but once they reached JOIPSSPS CVUPODFUIFZSFBDIFE

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@= >F EXPERIENCERS SPEAK: 3F>3@73<13@AA>3/9( UFO ALIEN ABDUCTION CONFERENCE C4=/:73</02C1B7=<1=<43@3<13 WHEN: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday E63<(O[b]^[AObc`ROg WHERE: 29 School St., Gorham (next to E63@3( 'AQV]]ZAb5]`VO[\Sfbb] Thatcher's Restaurant & Sports Pub) BVObQVS`¸a@SabOc`O\bA^]`ba>cP HOW MUCH: $20.12 in advance; $25 at door 6=E;C16(  W\ORdO\QS) #ObR]]` INFO: (774) 766-2558 7<4=(%%"%$$ ##&

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the main road, they turned back to UIFNBJOSPBE UIFZUVSOFECBDLUP look for him. But he was nowhere MPPLGPSIJN#VUIFXBTOPXIFSF to be found. UPCFGPVOE Meanwhile, Walton reported .FBOXIJMF 8BMUPOSFQPSUFE waking up on a table surrounded XBLJOHVQPOBUBCMFTVSSPVOEFE by smallish aliens. He later CZTNBMMJTIBMJFOT)FMBUFS encountered very human-looking FODPVOUFSFEWFSZIVNBOMPPLJOH beings, he said, who eventually CFJOHT IFTBJE XIPFWFOUVBMMZ returned him to a deserted road. SFUVSOFEIJNUPBEFTFSUFESPBE He thought it was the same night, )FUIPVHIUJUXBTUIFTBNFOJHIU  but in reality, five days had passed, CVUJOSFBMJUZ mWFEBZTIBEQBTTFE  during which an extensive search EVSJOHXIJDIBOFYUFOTJWFTFBSDI for him had been mounted. GPSIJNIBECFFONPVOUFE The case received extensive 5IFDBTFSFDFJWFEFYUFOTJWF publicity, and was both written off QVCMJDJUZ BOEXBTCPUIXSJUUFOPGG as a hoax and held up as definitive BTBIPBYBOEIFMEVQBTEFmOJUJWF proof of extraterrestrial life. WalQSPPGPGFYUSBUFSSFTUSJBMMJGF8BM ton published his account of the UPOQVCMJTIFEIJTBDDPVOUPGUIF Please see UFOS, Gc\Xj\j\\C4=AGX^\<*(

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LAUGH YOUR WAY through :/C56G=C@E/GbV`]cUV the weekend with the third bVSeSSYS\ReWbVbVSbVW`R annual Portland Improv O\\cOZ>]`bZO\R7[^`]d Festival. Taking place over 4SabWdOZBOYW\U^ZOQS]dS` four nights, the event T]c`\WUVbabVSSdS\b features 14 improv groups TSObc`Sa"W[^`]dU`]c^a from across New England. T`][OQ`]aa<Se3\UZO\R This interactive form of BVWaW\bS`OQbWdST]`[]T comedy always brings out Q][SRgOZeOgaP`W\Ua]cb the wacky and unexpected. bVSeOQYgO\Rc\Sf^SQbSR WHEN: 8 p.m. Thursday to E63<(&^[BVc`aROgb] Sunday Ac\ROg WHERE: Lucid Stage, 29 E63@3(:cQWRAbOUS ' Baxter Blvd., Portland 0OfbS`0ZdR>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $12 in advance; 6=E;C16( W\ORdO\QS) $15 at door; $40 for four#ObR]]`)"T]`T]c` day pass ROg^Oaa INFO: 7<4=(ZcQWRabOUSQ][

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"((+-/&+* Cello-bration! Tuesday, October 30 | 7:30 PM 1"/!4 0,".5 

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UXPVMECF$IBSMJF#SPXOT t would be Charlie Brown's ESFBN dream. And his nightmare. "OEIJTOJHIUNBSF Each year around this time, &BDIZFBSBSPVOEUIJTUJNF  the skies over Ogunquit Beach UIFTLJFTPWFS0HVORVJU#FBDI are filled with more than 300 BSFmMMFEXJUINPSFUIBO kites, tails flickering in the LJUFT UBJMTnJDLFSJOHJOUIF wind and kite strings everyXJOEBOELJUFTUSJOHTFWFSZ where. XIFSF The unlucky hero of the "Peanuts" 5IFVOMVDLZIFSPPGUIFi1FBOVUTw comic strip would love the idea of so DPNJDTUSJQXPVMEMPWFUIFJEFBPGTP many kites soaring overhead. But he NBOZLJUFTTPBSJOHPWFSIFBE#VUIF would inevitably get into a tangled XPVMEJOFWJUBCMZHFUJOUPBUBOHMFE mess, what with so many other kites NFTT XIBUXJUITPNBOZPUIFSLJUFT and strings nearby. BOETUSJOHTOFBSCZ "We give away a lot of prizes, and one i8FHJWFBXBZBMPUPGQSJ[FT BOEPOF is the Charlie Brown prize for the most JTUIF$IBSMJF#SPXOQSJ[FGPSUIFNPTU tangled string," said Tracy Smith, orgaUBOHMFETUSJOH wTBJE5SBDZ4NJUI PSHB nizer of the annual Capriccio Festival of OJ[FSPGUIFBOOVBM$BQSJDDJP'FTUJWBMPG Kites at Ogunquit Beach. "The judges ,JUFTBU0HVORVJU#FBDIi5IFKVEHFT give away about 75 prizes, and some HJWFBXBZBCPVUQSJ[FT BOETPNF of them they sort of PGUIFNUIFZTPSUPG make up as they go NBLFVQBTUIFZHP along." BMPOHw This year's 5IJTZFBST Festival of Kites is 'FTUJWBMPG,JUFTJT scheduled for 10 TDIFEVMFEGPS a.m. to 2 p.m. SatBNUPQN4BU urday, with a mass VSEBZ XJUIBNBTT en s f m( r BTDFOTJPOPGNPSF Q UIBOLJUFTTMBUFE ' than 300 kites slated GPSOPPO0SHBOJ[FST Off RPr-lt ^ or n o o n - Organizers DBOCFQSFUUZTVSF can be pretty sure BCPVUUIFOVNCFS about the number  CFDBVTFUIFZSFQMBOOJOHUPHJWFBU 300, because they're planning to give at MFBTUGSFFLJUFTPVUUPDIJMESFOXIP least 320 free kites out to children who TIPXVQGPSUIFFWFOU show up for the event. 5IFLJUFT QVSDIBTFEGPSUIFFWFOU The kites, purchased for the event CZ,FOOFCVOL4BWJOHT BSFi'SVTUSB by Kennebunk Savings, are "FrustraUJPOMFTT'MZFSwNPEFMTNBEFCZ$PCSB tionless Flyer" models made by Cobra ,JUFT4PUIFSFJTMJUUMFDIBODFPGIBWJOH Kites. So there is little chance of having BMPUPG$IBSMJF#SPXOJNJUBUPSTPOUIF a lot of Charlie Brown imitators on the CFBDI beach. i5IFTFLJUFTBSFGBCVMPVT BOENPTUPG "These kites are fabulous, and most of UIFUJNF UIFZHPSJHIUVQ wTBJE4NJUI the time, they go right up," said Smith. 1FPQMFDBOCSJOHUIFJSPXOLJUFTUPP People can bring their own kites too. 5IFFWFOU OPXJOJUTUIZFBS BUUSBDUT The event, now in its 14th year, attracts MPUTPGBSFBLJUFDMVCTBOELJUFBmDJPOB lots of area kite clubs and kite aficionaEPT dos. i8FMMIBWFBGPPUMPCTUFSLJUF  "We'll have a 25-foot lobster kite, PSUIFSFTBHFOUMFNBOXJUIBGPPU or there's a gentleman with a 60-foot XIBMFLJUF wTBJE4NJUIi8FMMIBWF whale kite," said Smith. "We'll have BOBSFBSPQFEPGGGPSQFPQMFXJUITUVOU an area roped off for people with stunt LJUFTw kites." 4PCBTJDBMMZ UIFTLZXJMMCFGVMMPG So basically, the sky will be full of LJUFT JOFWFSZJNBHJOBCMFTJ[FBOE kites, TIBQFin every imaginable size and shape. 5IF'FTUJWBMPG,JUFTJTQBSUPGUIF The Festival of Kites is part of the MBSHFS$BQSJDDJP'FTUJWBMPGUIF"SUT  larger Capriccio Festival of the Arts, UBLJOHQMBDFBUWBSJPVTMPDBUJPOT

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New England sculptors, through Saturday. .EW%NGLANDSCULPTORS THROUGH3ATURDAY BARNGALLERYORG Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells: "Install #OREY$ANIELS'ALLERY 7ELLSh)NSTALL Continued from Page E25 2," three contemporary Maine artists and  vTHREECONTEMPORARY-AINEARTISTSAND :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 # photographs by Sally Mann, through Sept. 15. PHOTOGRAPHSBY3ALLY-ANN THROUGH3EPT Gallery at Widgeon Cove, Harpswell: Condon 'ALLERYAT7IDGEON#OVE (ARPSWELL#ONDON COREYDANIELSGALLERYCOM and Georgeann Kuhl, "Tuscany to Pompeii and AND'EORGEANN+UHL h4USCANYTO0OMPEIIAND Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset: Tony vanHasselt: -AINE!RT'ALLERY 7ISCASSET4ONYVAN(ASSELT Beyond," paper pulp paintings and mixed media, "EYOND vPAPERPULPPAINTINGSANDMIXEDMEDIA "My Studio Without Walls: Maine and Beyond," h-Y3TUDIO7ITHOUT7ALLS-AINEAND"EYOND v through Friday, THROUGH&RIDAYWIDGEONCOVECOM through Sept. 16; works by Maine resident marine THROUGH3EPTWORKSBY-AINERESIDENTMARINE Maine Fiberarts, Topsham: Roslyn Logsdon, artists, through Sept. 23. -AINE&IBERARTS 4OPSHAM2OSLYN,OGSDON ARTISTS THROUGH3EPTMAINEARTGALLERYORG "Architectural Elements: Hooked Rugs," through Wiscasset Bay Gallery: "At Home and Abroad: h!RCHITECTURAL%LEMENTS(OOKED2UGS vTHROUGH 7ISCASSET"AY'ALLERYh!T(OMEAND!BROAD Sept. 29. Realism, Impressionism and Modernism," 3EPTMAINElBERARTSORG 2EALISM )MPRESSIONISMAND-ODERNISM v Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay: "On %UROPEANAND!MERICANLANDSCAPEANDGENRE European and American landscape and genre #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYh/N the Wing," sculpture exhibition and sale, through paintings, through Sept. 2 1 . THE7ING vSCULPTUREEXHIBITIONANDSALE THROUGH PAINTINGS THROUGH3EPTWISCASSETBAYGALLERYCOM Sept. 30. Harlow Gallery, Hallowell: Pamela Hetherly, oil 3EPTMAINEGARDENSORG (ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELL0AMELA(ETHERLY OIL paintings, through Friday, Engine, Biddeford Arts, Biddeford: "Lines, %NGINE "IDDEFORD!RTS "IDDEFORDh,INES PAINTINGS THROUGH&RIDAYHARLOWGALLERYORG Perimeter Gallery, Belfast: "This Field," paintings Ciphers, and Spheres: Work by Convery, Chute, #IPHERS AND3PHERES7ORKBY#ONVERY #HUTE 0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFASTh4HIS&IELD vPAINTINGS by Megan Chase, through Sept. 23. 338-0555 and Sawyer," through Sept. 22. AND3AWYER vTHROUGH3EPTFEEDTHEENGINEORG BY-EGAN#HASE THROUGH3EPT  Aarhus Gallery, Belfast: Mark Bell and Cathy Barn Gallery, Ogunquit: "Series," work by "ARN'ALLERY /GUNQUITh3ERIES vWORKBY !ARHUS'ALLERY "ELFAST-ARK"ELLAND#ATHY Melio, pottery and printmaking, through Sept. 30. OAA and OAC board members and invited /!!AND/!#BOARDMEMBERSANDINVITED -ELIO POTTERYANDPRINTMAKING THROUGH3EPT AARHUSGALLERYCOM Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport: #ENTERFOR-AINE#ONTEMPORARY!RT 2OCKPORT "Counterpoint III," "Here from There" and h#OUNTERPOINT))) vh(EREFROM4HEREvAND "Intercept," paintings, sculpture and works on h)NTERCEPT vPAINTINGS SCULPTUREANDWORKSON paper, through Sept. 22. PAPER THROUGH3EPTCMCANOWORG College of the Atlantic (Ethel H. Blum Gallery), #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC%THEL("LUM'ALLERY Bar Harbor: "Turkish Delights, Buddhas, and "AR(ARBORh4URKISH$ELIGHTS "UDDHAS AND Veils," photographs from the Mideast and Far East 6EILS vPHOTOGRAPHSFROMTHE-IDEASTAND&AR%AST by Clare Stone, through Sept. 2 1 . 288-5015 BY#LARE3TONE THROUGH3EPT  Frost Gully Gallery, Thomaston: New works by &ROST'ULLY'ALLERY 4HOMASTON.EWWORKSBY Janice Anthony, Dahlov Ipcar, Diane Dahike, Tom *ANICE!NTHONY $AHLOV)PCAR $IANE$AHLKE 4OM Crotty, Robert Dyer and Margaret Gill, through #ROTTY 2OBERT$YERAND-ARGARET'ILL THROUGH Sept. 30. 3EPTFROSTGULLYGALLERYCOM Haynes Galleries, Thomaston: Peter (AYNES'ALLERIES 4HOMASTON0ETER Poskas, "Summer Lights," through Sept. 29. 0OSKAS h3UMMER,IGHTS vTHROUGH3EPT HAYNESGALLERIESCOM Downtown Gallery, Washington: "Three Way $OWNTOWN'ALLERY 7ASHINGTONh4HREE7AY Lens," works by Prisci I la Cross, Carol Sloane and ,ENS vWORKSBY0RISCILLA#ROSS #AROL3LOANEAND LevaTatarsky, through Sunday. 845-2225 ,EVA4ATARSKY THROUGH3UNDAY 


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BSPVOE0HVORVJUUISPVHI4FQU around Ogunquit through Sept. 16. Other events include a concert by the 0UIFSFWFOUTJODMVEFBDPODFSUCZUIF Ryan Montbleau Band at Jonathan's 3ZBO.POUCMFBV#BOEBU+POBUIBOT on Friday, a "Classics to Ragtime" PO'SJEBZ Bi$MBTTJDTUP3BHUJNFw piano recital at the Dunaway Center on QJBOPSFDJUBMBUUIF%VOBXBZ$FOUFSPO Saturday, and an antique show and sale 4BUVSEBZ BOEBOBOUJRVFTIPXBOETBMF at the Dunaway Center Sept. 14-15. For BUUIF%VOBXBZ$FOUFS4FQU'PS more info on the events, go online at NPSFJOGPPOUIFFWFOUT HPPOMJOFBU NBJOFJOGPDJUJFTPHVORVJUFWFOUTQIQ $BQSJDDJP UIFXPSEJTVTFEUPEFmOFB Capriccio (the word is used to define a short, free-form piece of music) is in its TIPSU GSFFGPSNQJFDFPGNVTJD JTJOJUT 22nd year, and was started as a way to OEZFBS BOEXBTTUBSUFEBTBXBZUP celebrate Ogunquit's 10th anniversary DFMFCSBUF0HVORVJUTUIBOOJWFSTBSZ of being its own town. PGCFJOHJUTPXOUPXO Yes, Ogunquit is that new It's been :FT 0HVORVJUJTUIBUOFX*UTCFFO a famous kite-flying, beach-combBGBNPVTLJUFnZJOH CFBDIDPNC ing resort spot for generations. But JOHSFTPSUTQPUGPSHFOFSBUJPOT#VU until 1980, it was technically a village VOUJM JUXBTUFDIOJDBMMZBWJMMBHF within the town of Wells. Apparently, XJUIJOUIFUPXOPG8FMMT"QQBSFOUMZ  the people of Ogunquit wanted to fly UIFQFPQMFPG0HVORVJUXBOUFEUPnZ free, like a kite, so they voted to cut the GSFF MJLFBLJUF TPUIFZWPUFEUPDVUUIF strings that tied them to Wells. TUSJOHTUIBUUJFEUIFNUP8FMMT The Festival of Kites began when a 5IF'FTUJWBMPG,JUFTCFHBOXIFOB selectman, Larry Smith, wanted to do TFMFDUNBO -BSSZ4NJUI XBOUFEUPEP something good for the town with his TPNFUIJOHHPPEGPSUIFUPXOXJUIIJT $1,000 selectman's salary. So he started  TFMFDUNBOTTBMBSZ4PIFTUBSUFE the kite festival and eventually passed UIFLJUFGFTUJWBMBOEFWFOUVBMMZQBTTFE the duties of running it along to his UIFEVUJFTPGSVOOJOHJUBMPOHUPIJT daughter, Tracy. EBVHIUFS 5SBDZ The major expense today is buy5IFNBKPSFYQFOTFUPEBZJTCVZ ing the 300 or so kites, which kids get JOHUIFPSTPLJUFT XIJDILJETHFU to keep. The Ogunquit Rotary Club UPLFFQ5IF0HVORVJU3PUBSZ$MVC assembles the kites, and an army of BTTFNCMFTUIFLJUFT BOEBOBSNZPG volunteers help give them out, along WPMVOUFFSTIFMQHJWFUIFNPVU BMPOH with prizes. XJUIQSJ[FT Smith said that last year, they had 300 4NJUITBJEUIBUMBTUZFBS UIFZIBE kites and gave out every one. So this LJUFTBOEHBWFPVUFWFSZPOF4PUIJT year, they ordered 320. But they always ZFBS UIFZPSEFSFE#VUUIFZBMXBZT seem to be able to find a kite, and so far TFFNUPCFBCMFUPmOEBLJUF BOETPGBS in the event's history, no child has been JOUIFFWFOUTIJTUPSZ OPDIJMEIBTCFFO left kiteless. MFGULJUFMFTT The kites won't fly if it's raining - the 5IFLJUFTXPOUnZJGJUTSBJOJOHoUIF rain date is Sunday. But other than SBJOEBUFJT4VOEBZ#VUPUIFSUIBO that, very little can stop these kites UIBU WFSZMJUUMFDBOTUPQUIFTFLJUFT from covering the beach. GSPNDPWFSJOHUIFCFBDI "One year, the tides weren't in our i0OFZFBS UIFUJEFTXFSFOUJOPVS favor, and everyone was in water to GBWPS BOEFWFSZPOFXBTJOXBUFSUP their knees. But the kites still flew," UIFJSLOFFT#VUUIFLJUFTTUJMMnFX w Smith said. 4NJUITBJE Which just goes to prove that when it 8IJDIKVTUHPFTUPQSPWFUIBUXIFOJU comes to something as spirit-raising as DPNFTUPTPNFUIJOHBTTQJSJUSBJTJOHBT the promise of a kite flying free among UIFQSPNJTFPGBLJUFnZJOHGSFFBNPOH the clouds, we all have a little Charlie UIFDMPVET XFBMMIBWFBMJUUMF$IBSMJF Brown in us. #SPXOJOVT "OE$IBSMJF#SPXOEPFTOUHJWFVQ And Charlie Brown doesn't give up. 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`

Merrymeeting Arts Center, Bowdoinham: "Three -ERRYMEETING!RTS#ENTER "OWDOINHAMh4HREE Town Artists," Carlo Pittore, Bryce Muir and Carter 4OWN!RTISTS v#ARLO0ITTORE "RYCE-UIRAND#ARTER Smith, through Sept. 23. 3MITH THROUGH3EPTMERRYMEETINGARTSCENTERORG Carver Hill Gallery, Rockland: America Martin, #ARVER(ILL'ALLERY 2OCKLAND!MERICA-ARTIN "Through the Eyes of America," paintings, through h4HROUGHTHE%YESOF!MERICA vPAINTINGS THROUGH Sept. 12. 3EPT CRAFT Gallery, Rockland: Joe Hemes, #2!&4'ALLERY 2OCKLAND*OE(EMES "Illumination," handcrafted lighting sculpture, h)LLUMINATION vHANDCRAFTEDLIGHTINGSCULPTURE through Sept. 16. THROUGH3EPTCRAFTONELMCOM Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland: "Paintings, Prints, #ALDBECK'ALLERY 2OCKLANDh0AINTINGS 0RINTS and Drawings," new work by various artists, AND$RAWINGS vNEWWORKBYVARIOUSARTISTS through Sept. 15.594-5935 THROUGH3EPT  Twin Brooks Stretchers, Lincolnville: Chris 4WIN"ROOKS3TRETCHERS ,INCOLNVILLE#HRIS Poison, new large paintings, through Sept. 14. 0OLSON NEWLARGEPAINTINGS THROUGH3EPT 763-4271   University of Maine (Blake Library), Fort Kent: 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE"LAKE,IBRARY &ORT+ENT William Lloyd Duncan, "Specifically Saint John: 7ILLIAM,LOYD$UNCAN h3PECIlCALLY3AINT*OHN Views Across the Upper River Watershed," 6IEWS!CROSSTHE5PPER2IVER7ATERSHED v through Sept. 28. 834-7527 THROUGH3EPT 

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BENEFITS N"%.%&)43 Open Studio: Benefit for Safe Passage, artist /PEN3TUDIO"ENElTFOR3AFE0ASSAGE ARTIST reception accompanied by music by Emilia RECEPTIONACCOMPANIEDBYMUSICBY%MILIA Dahlin, The Jason SpoonerTrio, Caroline Cotter $AHLIN 4HE*ASON3POONER4RIO #AROLINE#OTTER and DJ Johnny Mambo; Richard Sandifer Gallery AND$**OHNNY-AMBO2ICHARD3ANDIFER'ALLERY and Studio, Portland. $20; $50 VIP. AND3TUDIO 0ORTLAND6)0RGSPHOTOCOM 4:30 p.m. to midnight Friday. PMTOMIDNIGHT&RIDAY Walk for Recovery, 1.5 mile-walk, live music and 7ALKFOR2ECOVERY MILE WALK LIVEMUSICAND children's activities presented by Serenity House, CHILDRENSACTIVITIESPRESENTEDBY3ERENITY(OUSE Monument Square, Portland. $10. -ONUMENT3QUARE 0ORTLANDCCMAINEORG Registration at 8:30 a.m.; walk at 10 a.m. 2EGISTRATIONATAMWALKATAM Saturday. 3ATURDAY Annual Walk to Defeat ALS, Northern New !NNUAL7ALKTO$EFEAT!,3 .ORTHERN.EW England Chapter of the ALS Association walk to %NGLAND#HAPTEROFTHE!,3!SSOCIATIONWALKTO raise funds for research and patient services for RAISEFUNDSFORRESEARCHANDPATIENTSERVICESFOR people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Payson PEOPLEWITHAMYOTROPHICLATERALSCLEROSIS 0AYSON Park, Portland, Registration 9 to 10:30 0ARK 0ORTLANDALSANNEORG2EGISTRATIONTO a.m.; walk at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. AMWALKATAM3ATURDAY Mount Desert Island Garlic Festival, food from -OUNT$ESERT)SLAND'ARLIC&ESTIVAL FOODFROM local restaurants, musicians, brewers and garlic LOCALRESTAURANTS MUSICIANS BREWERSANDGARLIC growers; benefits local nonprofits; Smugglers GROWERSBENElTSLOCALNONPROlTS3MUGGLERS Den Campground, Southwest Harbor. $5. $EN#AMPGROUND 3OUTHWEST(ARBOR 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. NOSTRANOCOMGARLICHTMLAMTOPM Saturday. 3ATURDAY "Strut your Mutt," two-mile walk-a-thon (with h3TRUTYOUR-UTT vTWO MILEWALK A THONWITH or without a dog), obedience demonstrations, ORWITHOUTADOG OBEDIENCEDEMONSTRATIONS contests and prizes; benefits Animal Welfare CONTESTSANDPRIZESBENElTS!NIMAL7ELFARE Society's Sadie Fund; Mothers Beach, Kennebunk. 3OCIETYS3ADIE&UND-OTHERS"EACH +ENNEBUNK 985-3244. Registration at 10 a.m.; walk at 11 a.m.  2EGISTRATIONATAMWALKATAM Sunday (rain or shine). 3UNDAYRAINORSHINE  Art Show and Sale, benefits the Alzheimer's !RT3HOWAND3ALE BENElTSTHE!LZHEIMERS Association, Cape Memory Care, Cape Elizabeth. !SSOCIATION #APE-EMORY#ARE #APE%LIZABETH Free admission. 553-9616. 4:30 to 7 p.m. &REEADMISSION TOPM Monday. -ONDAY

ANDSCIENCECENTERS3CHEDULE and science centers. Schedule at Friday to ATSTARLIGHTFESTIVALORG&RIDAYTO 3EPT Sept. 16. !NNUAL5NITED-AINE#RAFTSMENS Annual United Maine Craftsmen's &ALL&ESTIVALOF!RTSAND#RAFTS Fall Festival of Arts and Crafts, unique handcrafted products UNIQUEHANDCRAFTEDPRODUCTS made by more than 100 Maine MADEBYMORETHAN-AINE artisans, Smiling Hill Farm, ARTISANS 3MILING(ILL&ARM Westbrook. $2 admission. 7ESTBROOKADMISSION 621-2818. 10a.m. to  AMTO 4 p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY Harvest Hoot 2012 (ARVEST(OOT Festival, music, &ESTIVAL MUSIC entertainment, food and ENTERTAINMENT FOODAND children's activities; Grammy-nominated childCHILDRENSACTIVITIES'RAMMY NOMINATEDCHILD ren's entertainer Judy Pancoast opens the event; RENSENTERTAINER*UDY0ANCOASTOPENSTHEEVENT Camden Snow Bowi. 11 #AMDEN3NOW"OWLCAMDENSNOWBOWLCOM a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. AMTOPM3ATURDAY Oxford County Fair, livestock shows, animal/XFORD#OUNTY&AIR LIVESTOCKSHOWS ANIMAL pulling events, midway, crafts, exhibits, harness PULLINGEVENTS MIDWAY CRAFTS EXHIBITS HARNESS racing and more; country singer LeAnn Rimes RACINGANDMORECOUNTRYSINGER,E!NN2IMES performs Sept. 15; Oxford Fairgrounds. $1 to $5. PERFORMS3EPT/XFORD&AIRGROUNDSTO Schedule at Wednesday to 3CHEDULEATOXFORDCOUNTYFAIRCOM7EDNESDAYTO Sept. 15. 3EPT

Directed by Jay Roach. In order to gain influence 2W`SQbSRPg8Og@]OQV7\]`RS`b]UOW\W\Ă&#x20AC;cS\QS over their North Carolina district, two CEOs seize an ]dS`bVSW`<]`bV1O`]ZW\ORWab`WQbbe]13=aaSWhSO\ opportunity to oust long-term congressman Cam ]^^]`bc\Wbgb]]cabZ]\UbS`[Q]\U`Saa[O\1O[ Brady by putting up a rival candidate. Their man: 0`ORgPg^cbbW\Uc^O`WdOZQO\RWRObSBVSW`[O\( Naive Marty Muggins, director of the local Tourism <OWdS;O`bg6cUUW\aRW`SQb]`]TbVSZ]QOZB]c`Wa[ Center. 1S\bS` Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 2:50, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a (# 9:45 Fri-Wed 5:20, 9:35; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 2, '("#4`WESR#( '(!#)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a 4:45, 7:20,9:30; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) "("#%( '(!)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R Thurs-Wed 7,9:30; Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed 12:( BVc`aESR%'(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`aESR 15,2:10,4:15,1, 9; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11: # ("(#%')1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a( 45,1:50, 4:10, 7:20, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12:20, 4:30, 7: "#(#"(%( '(#4`WESR (  2:20, ( "(!%( 20,9:50 '(# Shu Hers to ck. com AVcbbS`ab]QYQ][

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Israeli-Palestinian conflict, post-film discussion )SRAELI 0ALESTINIANCONmICT POST lLMDISCUSSION with Bill Halpin and Saskia Huising, Rockland WITH"ILL(ALPINAND3ASKIA(UISING 2OCKLAND Tate House Museum Architectural Tour, from 4ATE(OUSE-USEUM!RCHITECTURAL4OUR FROM Public Library. Free. 594-0310. 6:30 p.m. 0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE PM the cellar to the attic to reveal the "insides" of THECELLARTOTHEATTICTOREVEALTHEhINSIDESvOF Thursday. 4HURSDAY an 18th-century house, Tate House Museum, ANTH CENTURYHOUSE 4ATE(OUSE-USEUM "Ai WeiWei (Never Sorry)" (2012), documentary h!I7EI7EI.EVER3ORRY v DOCUMENTARY Portland. $10; $8 for seniors; $6 for ages 6 to 12. 0ORTLANDFORSENIORSFORAGESTO about internationally known Chinese artists ABOUTINTERNATIONALLYKNOWN#HINESEARTISTS 774-6177. 10 and 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Through  ANDAM4HURSDAY4HROUGH Ai WeiWei, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $8.50. !I7EI7EI 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND Sept. 20. 3EPT 8 p.m. Friday. ROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM&RIDAY Maine Good Sam Samboree RV Rally, -AINE'OOD3AM3AMBOREE262ALLY "Amy's Wish," short film premiere by Bates h!MYS7ISH vSHORTlLMPREMIEREBY"ATES folk and bluegrass festival celebrating RVs, FOLKANDBLUEGRASSFESTIVALCELEBRATING26S College professor of theater Paul Kuritz; adaptation #OLLEGEPROFESSOROFTHEATER0AUL+URITZADAPTATION Fryeburg Fairgrounds. $88 for weekend. &RYEBURG&AIRGROUNDSFORWEEKEND of James Caputo's award-winning short play; Bates OF*AMES#APUTOSAWARD WINNINGSHORTPLAY"ATES Friday to Sunday. MAINEGOODSAMSORG&RIDAYTO3UNDAY College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. Free. 786#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTON&REE 75th Anniversary Celebration, music by TH!NNIVERSARY#ELEBRATION MUSICBY 62574 p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY Peter Foxwell and Company, local artisans 0ETER&OXWELLAND#OMPANY LOCALARTISANS "Normative Narratives," film series about the h.ORMATIVE.ARRATIVES vlLMSERIESABOUTTHE demonstrations and refreshments, Skowhegan DEMONSTRATIONSANDREFRESHMENTS 3KOWHEGAN portrayal of gay men in cinema, Space Gallery, PORTRAYALOFGAYMENINCINEMA 3PACE'ALLERY History House. Free. 474-6632. 1 to 3 p.m. (ISTORY(OUSE&REE TOPM Portland. $7. "The Green" (2011; 0ORTLANDSPACEORGh4HE'REENv Saturday. 3ATURDAY includes Q&A with executive producer Paul INCLUDES1!WITHEXECUTIVEPRODUCER0AUL North Yarmouth Fun Day, parade, music, games .ORTH9ARMOUTH&UN$AY PARADE MUSIC GAMES Marcarelli), 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. -ARCARELLI PM7EDNESDAY and more, Village Green, North Yarmouth. Free. ANDMORE 6ILLAGE'REEN .ORTH9ARMOUTH&REE "The Invisible War" (2012), award-winning h4HE)NVISIBLE7ARv AWARD WINNING All day Saturday; parade documentary on rape in the military, Allen Avenue NORTHYARMOUTHEVENTSORG!LLDAY3ATURDAYPARADE DOCUMENTARYONRAPEINTHEMILITARY !LLEN!VENUE at 9 a.m. ATAM Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland. Free. 5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH 0ORTLAND&REE Experiencers Speak: UFO Alien Adbuction %XPERIENCERS3PEAK5&/!LIEN!DBUCTION FAIRS/FESTIVALS N&!)23&%34)6!,3 878-9414. 6:30 p.m. Sept. 13.  PM3EPT Conference, speakers, authors, tarot card readers #ONFERENCE SPEAKERS AUTHORS TAROTCARDREADERS Lewiston/Auburn Greek Festival, Greek folk ,EWISTON!UBURN'REEK&ESTIVAL 'REEKFOLK and more pertaining to the metaphysical and ANDMOREPERTAININGTOTHEMETAPHYSICALAND music and dancing, wide variety of Greek foods, MUSICANDDANCING WIDEVARIETYOF'REEKFOODS paranormal, 29 School St., Gorham, $20.12 in PARANORMAL 3CHOOL3T 'ORHAM IN BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 bazaar, bookstore and games for children, Holy BAZAAR BOOKSTOREANDGAMESFORCHILDREN (OLY advance; $25 at door. (774) 766-2558. 10 a.m. to ADVANCEATDOOR  AMTO Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Lewiston. Free MarcyTitcomb Kudirka, author of "Since You 4RINITY'REEK/RTHODOX#HURCH ,EWISTON&REE -ARCY4ITCOMB+UDIRKA AUTHOROFh3INCE9OU 10 p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY admission, 4 to 8 p.m. Ask... Kennebunk Shipbuilder Joseph Titcomb," ADMISSIONHOLYTRINITYMAINEORGTOPM !SKx+ENNEBUNK3HIPBUILDER*OSEPH4ITCOMB v Dark Follies, vaudeville, The Oak and the Ax, $ARK&OLLIES VAUDEVILLE 4HE/AKANDTHE!X Kennebunk Free Library, +ENNEBUNK&REE,IBRARYKENNEBUNKLIBRARYORG Thursday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOM 4HURSDAYAMTOPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY Biddeford. $8. 3 p.m. Thursday. PM4HURSDAY Capriccio, festival of the arts with music, lectures, PM3ATURDAY #APRICCIO FESTIVALOFTHEARTSWITHMUSIC LECTURES 8 p.m. Saturday. Nancy Brown, author of "Song of the Vikings," .ANCY"ROWN AUTHOROFh3ONGOFTHE6IKINGS v readings, performances and special events, READINGS PERFORMANCESANDSPECIALEVENTS Steamy Nights, burlesque by Atomic Trash!, Vivid 3TEAMY.IGHTS BURLESQUEBY!TOMIC4RASH 6IVID Portland Public Library, Noon 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARYPORTLANDLIBRARYCOM.OON various locations, Ogunquit. Various prices, VARIOUSLOCATIONS /GUNQUIT6ARIOUSPRICES Motion, Whistlebait Burlesque, The Dirty Dishes -OTION 7HISTLEBAIT"URLESQUE 4HE$IRTY$ISHES Friday. &RIDAY Thursday MAINEINFOCITIESOGUNQUITEVENTSPHP4HURSDAY and more, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $10 ANDMORE 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND Maine Organization of Storytelling Enthusiasts -AINE/RGANIZATIONOF3TORYTELLING%NTHUSIASTS to Sept. 16. TO3EPT in advance; $12 at door, 7:30 INADVANCEATDOORSTLAWRENCEARTSCOM (M.O.O.S.E.), evening of storytelling for adults -//3% EVENINGOFSTORYTELLINGFORADULTS Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair, midway, #LINTON,IONS!GRICULTURAL&AIR MIDWAY p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY with featured guest Simon Brooks, Rines WITHFEATUREDGUEST3IMON"ROOKS 2INES woodsman's day, animal pulling events, exhibits WOODSMANSDAY ANIMALPULLINGEVENTS EXHIBITS Bellydancers Jessani & Anabee and Friends, "ELLYDANCERS*ESSANI!NABEEAND&RIENDS Auditorium, Portland Public Library. $5/donation. !UDITORIUM 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARYDONATION and stage entertainment, Clinton Fairgrounds. ANDSTAGEENTERTAINMENT #LINTON&AIRGROUNDS Jimmy the Greeks, South Portland. 774-7335. 6:30 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. *IMMYTHE'REEKS 3OUTH0ORTLAND  PORTLANDLIBRARYCOMTOPM7EDNESDAY $5; $14 per carload; free for children under age PERCARLOADFREEFORCHILDRENUNDERAGE to 8:30 p.m. Saturday. TOPM3ATURDAY Tom Curry, author of "Island: Paintings by Tom 4OM#URRY AUTHOROFh)SLAND0AINTINGSBY4OM 12. Schedule at Thursday to 3CHEDULEATCLINTONLIONSFAIRCOM4HURSDAYTO The Smoke and Mirror Circus, unique 4HE3MOKEAND-IRROR#IRCUS UNIQUE Curry," Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport. 865#URRY v4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORT Sunday. 3UNDAY combination of circus, theater and performance COMBINATIONOFCIRCUS THEATERANDPERFORMANCE 4519. 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. TOPM7EDNESDAY International Seaplane Fly-In, float plane )NTERNATIONAL3EAPLANE&LY )N mOATPLANE art, 21-plus; Geno's Rock Club, Portland. $8.221- William Barry, author of "Maine: The Wilder ART  PLUS'ENOS2OCK#LUB 0ORTLAND 7ILLIAM"ARRY AUTHOROFh-AINE4HE7ILDER competitions, educational exhibits, craft fair, COMPETITIONS EDUCATIONALEXHIBITS CRAFTFAIR 2382. 9 p.m. Sunday. Through Oct. 14. PM3UNDAY4HROUGH/CT Half of New England," USM Glickman Library, (ALFOF.EW%NGLAND v53-'LICKMAN,IBRARY food and more, Moosehead Lake, Greenville. FOODANDMORE -OOSEHEAD,AKE 'REENVILLE Bug Maine-ia, children's event with live insect "UG-AINE IA CHILDRENSEVENTWITHLIVEINSECT Portland. 865-3152. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. 0ORTLAND PM7EDNESDAY Thursday to Sunday. SEAPLANEmY INORG4HURSDAYTO3UNDAY zoo, entomologists, environmental educators, ZOO ENTOMOLOGISTS ENVIRONMENTALEDUCATORS Maryanne O'Hara, author of -ARYANNE/(ARA AUTHOROF Eastport Pirate Festival, ball, parade, lobster boat %ASTPORT0IRATE&ESTIVAL BALL PARADE LOBSTERBOAT foresters and others, Maine State Museum, FORESTERSANDOTHERS -AINE3TATE-USEUM "Cascade," Longfellow Books, Portland. h#ASCADE v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS 0ORTLAND race, pirate invasion, bed race, music and more, RACE PIRATEINVASION BEDRACE MUSICANDMORE Augusta. Free, 9 a.m. to !UGUSTA&REEMAINESTATEMUSEUMORGAMTO 7 p.m. Sept. 13. LONGFELLOWBOOKSCOMPM3EPT various locations, Eastport. Most activities are free. VARIOUSLOCATIONS %ASTPORT-OSTACTIVITIESAREFREE 3 p.m. Wednesday. PM7EDNESDAY Schedule at Friday to 3CHEDULEATEASTPORTPIRATEFESTIVALCOM&RIDAYTO Sunday. 3UNDAY FILMS PARTICIPANT DANCE N&),-3 N0!24)#)0!.4$!.#% Litchfield Fair, midway, agricultural exhibits, ,ITCHlELD&AIR MIDWAY AGRICULTURALEXHIBITS "The Queen of Versailles" (2012), documentary Contra Dance, music by Crowfoot with caller livestock and animal-pulling events, Litchfield h4HE1UEENOF6ERSAILLESv DOCUMENTARY #ONTRA$ANCE MUSICBY#ROWFOOTWITHCALLER LIVESTOCKANDANIMAL PULLINGEVENTS ,ITCHlELD Nilds Fredland, bring clean shoes for dancing, about a billionaire family and their financial Fairgrounds. $6; $2 for seniors and children ages .ILDS&REDLAND BRINGCLEANSHOESFORDANCING ABOUTABILLIONAIREFAMILYANDTHEIRlNANCIAL &AIRGROUNDSFORSENIORSANDCHILDRENAGES Wescustogo Hall, North Yarmouth. $10; $7 for 12 to 17; free for children under age 12. Schedule CHALLENGESINTHEWAKEOFTHEECONOMICCRISIS challenges in the wake of the economic crisis, 7ESCUSTOGO(ALL .ORTH9ARMOUTHFOR TOFREEFORCHILDRENUNDERAGE3CHEDULE seniors and students. 233-4325. Potluck at 7 p.m.; at Friday to Sunday. Space Gallery, Portland. $7. 7:30 SENIORSANDSTUDENTS 0OTLUCKATPM ATLITCHlELDFAIRCOM&RIDAYTO3UNDAY 3PACE'ALLERY 0ORTLANDSPACEORG beginner's session at 7:30 p.m.; dance 8 to 11:30 Maine Starlight Festival, statewide celebration BEGINNERSSESSIONATPMDANCETO p.m. Thursday. -AINE3TARLIGHT&ESTIVAL STATEWIDECELEBRATION PM4HURSDAY p.m. Saturday. features events by astronomy clubs, planetariums FEATURESEVENTSBYASTRONOMYCLUBS PLANETARIUMS "Encounter Point" (2006), documentary about the PM3ATURDAY h%NCOUNTER0OINTv DOCUMENTARYABOUTTHE

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Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs-Wed 3 AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`aESR! "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; NorAV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"( #%()<]` dica (Freeport) Thurs 1,4:15, 6:40, 9; Cinemagic Grand RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a"(#$("')1W\S[OUWQ5`O\R (South Portland) Thurs-Sun 11:50,2:20,4:45,7:10,9:40 A]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`aAc\(# ( "("#%('(" Mon-Wed 2:20,4:45, 7:10, 9:40; Cinemagic Saco Thurs;]\ESR ( "("#%('(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a Wed 12,2:25,4:45; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11:45, ESR  ( #"("#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a("# 2:10, 4:40, 7:15, 9:45 Fri-Wed 11:50, 2:10,4:40, 7:15, 9:45 ("("%(#'("#4`WESR(# ("("%(#'("#

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Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:15,2:30,4:45,7:05,9:25; (# (!"("#%(#'( #)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a 11:30,1:50,4:20, 7, 9:30 Fri-Wed 12:40, 3:20, 7, 9:30 (!(#"( %'(!4`WESR ("!( %'(! "FAREWELL, MY QUEEN" (R) (1:40) Stars Diane µ4/@3E3::;G?C33<¶@("AbO`a2WO\S Kruger, Lea Seydoux and Virginie Ledoyen. Directed 9`cUS`:SOASgR]cfO\RDW`UW\WS:SR]gS\2W`SQbSR by Benoit Jacquot. A look at the relationship between Pg0S\]Wb8OQ_c]b/Z]]YObbVS`SZObW]\aVW^PSbeSS\ Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the first ;O`WS/\b]W\SbbSO\R]\S]TVS``SORS`aRc`W\UbVS¿`ab days of the French Revolution. ROga]TbVS4`S\QV@Sd]ZcbW]\ Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 12:45, 5:10, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a ("##( 7:20, 9:40 Fri-Wed 4:10, 8:50 %( '("4`WESR"(&(# "HIT AND RUN" (R) (1:30) Stars Dax Shepard, Kristen µ67B/<2@C<¶@(!AbO`a2OfAVS^O`R9`WabS\ Bell, Bradley Cooper and Kristin Chenoweth. Directed 0SZZ0`ORZSg1]]^S`O\R9`WabW\1VS\]eSbV2W`SQbSR by David Palmer and Dax Shepard. Former getaway Pg2OdWR>OZ[S`O\R2OfAVS^O`R4]`[S`USbOeOg driver Charlie Bronson jeopardizes his Witness ProtecR`WdS`1VO`ZWS0`]\a]\XS]^O`RWhSaVWaEWb\Saa>`]bSQ tion identity in order to help his girlfriend get to Los bW]\WRS\bWbgW\]`RS`b]VSZ^VWaUW`ZT`WS\RUSbb]:]a Angeles. The feds and Charlie's former gang chase /\USZSaBVSTSRaO\R1VO`ZWS¸aT]`[S`UO\UQVOaS them on the road. bVS[]\bVS`]OR Showing at: Nickelodeon Thurs 2:40, 9:20; Windham AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\BVc`a ("'( )EW\RVO[ 5 Star Thurs 4:05; Cinemagic Saco Thurs 2:35,4:50, #AbO`BVc`a"(#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a (!#"(# 7:15,9:35; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11:40, 2:20,4:40, %(#'(!#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a(" ( "(" 7:15, 9:45 Fri-Wed 7:15, 9:45 %(#'("#4`WESR%(#'("# "HOPE SPRINGS" (PG-13) (1:40) Stars Meryl Streep, µ6=>3A>@7<5A¶>5!("AbO`a;S`gZAb`SS^ Tommy Lee Jones, Steve Carell and Jean Smart. B][[g:SS8]\SaAbSdS1O`SZZO\R8SO\A[O`b Directed by David Frankel. After 30 years of marriage, 2W`SQbSRPg2OdWR4`O\YSZ/TbS`!gSO`a]T[O``WOUS a middle-aged couple attend an intense, weeklong O[WRRZSOUSRQ]c^ZSObbS\RO\W\bS\aSeSSYZ]\U counseling session to work on their relationship. Q]c\aSZW\UaSaaW]\b]e]`Y]\bVSW``SZObW]\aVW^ Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 12:50, 5, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a (## 7:15, 9:30 Fri-Wed 1:20, 6:40; Windham 5 Star Thurs %(#'(!4`WESR( $(")EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a 4:10, 7:20; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 1:15, 3:30, 6:50, "(%( )<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a(#!(!$(# 9:20; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs-Sun '( )1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`aAc\ 11:40, 2:15,7:20 Mon-Wed 2:15, Cinemagic Saco (" (#%( ;]\ESR (#%(7:20; )1W\S[OUWQAOQ] Thurs-Wed 12,2:15,4:30, 7:10, 9:25; Cinemagic WestBVc`aESR  (#"(!%('( #)1W\S[OUWQESab brook Thurs 11:50, 2:10,4:30, 7:10, 9:30 Fri-Wed 12, 2:20, P`]]YBVc`a(# ("(!%('(!4`WESR (  4:40, 7:10, 9:30 "("%('(! "ICE AGE: CONTINENTAL DRIFT" (PG) (1:34) Stars µ713/53(1=<B7<3<B/:2@74B¶>5(!"AbO`a Ray Romano, Denis Leary, John Leguizamo and Aziz @Og@][O\]2S\Wa:SO`g8]V\:SUcWhO[]O\R/hWh Ansari. Directed by Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier. /\aO`W2W`SQbSRPgAbSdS;O`bW\]O\R;WYSBVc`[SWS` Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another adventure ;O\\g2WSU]O\RAWRS[PO`Yc^]\O\]bVS`ORdS\bc`S after their continent is set adrift. Using an iceberg as a OTbS`bVSW`Q]\bW\S\bWaaSbOR`WTbCaW\UO\WQSPS`UOaO ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as aVW^bVSgS\Q]c\bS`aSOQ`SObc`SaO\RPObbZS^W`ObSaOa they explore a new world. bVSgSf^Z]`SO\See]`ZR Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11:30,1:50, AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a(!(# 4:10, 6:45, 9:10 Fri-Wed 11:50, 2,4:20, 6:50, 9:10 "($("#'(4`WESR(# "( $(#'( "THE INTOUCHABLES" (R) (1:52) Stars Francois µB637<B=C16/0:3A¶@(# AbO`a4`O\Q]Wa Cluzet, Omar Sy and Anne Le Ny. Directed by Olivier 1ZchSb=[O`AgO\R/\\S:S<g2W`SQbSRPg=ZWdWS` Nakache and Eric Toledano. After he becomes a quad<OYOQVSO\R3`WQB]ZSRO\]/TbS`VSPSQ][SaO_cOR riplegic from a paragliding accident, an aristocrat hires `W^ZSUWQT`][O^O`OUZWRW\UOQQWRS\bO\O`Wab]Q`ObVW`Sa


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estimates there are hundreds of billions FTUJNBUFTUIFSFBSFIVOESFETPGCJMMJPOT of galaxies in the universe. PGHBMBYJFTJOUIFVOJWFSTF "There's a big push for disclosure," i5IFSFTBCJHQVTIGPSEJTDMPTVSF w Walton said. "I do believe the government 8BMUPOTBJEi*EPCFMJFWFUIFHPWFSONFOU knows more than they let on. But at the LOPXTNPSFUIBOUIFZMFUPO#VUBUUIF same time, I believe there's a lot of this TBNFUJNF *CFMJFWFUIFSFTBMPUPGUIJT they're puzzled about. They're probably UIFZSFQV[[MFEBCPVU5IFZSFQSPCBCMZ not being more forthcoming for good OPUCFJOHNPSFGPSUIDPNJOHGPSHPPE reason." SFBTPOw Scientific "ufologist" Kathleen Marden 4DJFOUJmDiVGPMPHJTUw,BUIMFFO.BSEFO - the niece of New Hampshire couple oUIFOJFDFPG/FX)BNQTIJSFDPVQMF Betty and Barney Hill, who were made #FUUZBOE#BSOFZ)JMM XIPXFSFNBEF famous by their claim of alien abduction GBNPVTCZUIFJSDMBJNPGBMJFOBCEVDUJPO in 1961 - will also speak at the conferJOoXJMMBMTPTQFBLBUUIFDPOGFS ence. Marden has published a novel with FODF.BSEFOIBTQVCMJTIFEBOPWFMXJUI Stanton T Friedman about her late aunt 4UBOUPO5'SJFENBOBCPVUIFSMBUFBVOU and uncle's story, "Captured! The Betty BOEVODMFTTUPSZ i$BQUVSFE5IF#FUUZ and Barney Hill Abduction Experience." BOE#BSOFZ)JMM"CEVDUJPO&YQFSJFODFw Others speaking at the conference in0UIFSTTQFBLJOHBUUIFDPOGFSFODFJO clude Peter Robbins, who will talk about DMVEF1FUFS3PCCJOT XIPXJMMUBMLBCPVU his alien abduction research with the late IJTBMJFOBCEVDUJPOSFTFBSDIXJUIUIFMBUF Bud Hopkins, and Christopher Bledsoe, #VE)PQLJOT BOE$ISJTUPQIFS#MFETPF  who recently shared his story of abducXIPSFDFOUMZTIBSFEIJTTUPSZPGBCEVD tion in North Carolina in a Discovery UJPOJO/PSUI$BSPMJOBJOB%JTDPWFSZ Channel documentary. $IBOOFMEPDVNFOUBSZ The conference is being organized by 5IFDPOGFSFODFJTCFJOHPSHBOJ[FECZ Audrey Starborn of Oxford who, along "VESFZ4UBSCPSOPG0YGPSEXIP BMPOH with her identical twin sister Debbie, will XJUIIFSJEFOUJDBMUXJOTJTUFS%FCCJF XJMM

TQFBLBUUIFFWFOU speak at the event. 4UBSCPSO UIFGPVOEFSPGBOBUJPOBMTVQ Starborn, the founder of a national supQPSUHSPVQGPSBCEVDUFFTDBMMFE4UBSCPSO port group for abductees called Starborn Support, said the conference is "all about 4VQQPSU TBJEUIFDPOGFSFODFJTiBMMBCPVU spreading awareness that this is a very TQSFBEJOHBXBSFOFTTUIBUUIJTJTBWFSZ real phenomenon that affects a lot of SFBMQIFOPNFOPOUIBUBGGFDUTBMPUPG people." QFPQMFw Starborn and her sister understand the 4UBSCPSOBOEIFSTJTUFSVOEFSTUBOEUIF phenomenon from personal experience, QIFOPNFOPOGSPNQFSTPOBMFYQFSJFODF  she says. TIFTBZT "We've been experiencing these things i8FWFCFFOFYQFSJFODJOHUIFTFUIJOHT since we were really young children, even TJODFXFXFSFSFBMMZZPVOHDIJMESFO FWFO in the crib," Starborn said. "We'd wake up JOUIFDSJC w4UBSCPSOTBJEi8FEXBLFVQ in reverse beds and in reverse pajamas. JOSFWFSTFCFETBOEJOSFWFSTFQBKBNBT That always had us a little bit confused. 5IBUBMXBZTIBEVTBMJUUMFCJUDPOGVTFE We'd be scared to go to bed, and we'd tell 8FECFTDBSFEUPHPUPCFE BOEXFEUFMM our parents 'the bald man's coming.' " PVSQBSFOUTAUIFCBMENBOTDPNJOHw Her parents wrote off the comments as )FSQBSFOUTXSPUFPGGUIFDPNNFOUTBT overactive childhood imaginations - until PWFSBDUJWFDIJMEIPPEJNBHJOBUJPOToVOUJM one day, when their mother saw a magaPOFEBZ XIFOUIFJSNPUIFSTBXBNBHB zine cover depicting an extraterrestrial [JOFDPWFSEFQJDUJOHBOFYUSBUFSSFTUSJBM being and recognized the image as identiCFJOHBOESFDPHOJ[FEUIFJNBHFBTJEFOUJ cal to ones she'd seen in her daughters' DBMUPPOFTTIFETFFOJOIFSEBVHIUFST journals. KPVSOBMT Starborn says the experiences continue 4UBSCPSOTBZTUIFFYQFSJFODFTDPOUJOVF to this day, and that she has snatches of UPUIJTEBZ BOEUIBUTIFIBTTOBUDIFTPG memories of blue light filling her bedNFNPSJFTPGCMVFMJHIUmMMJOHIFSCFE room and being brought out of her bed SPPNBOECFJOHCSPVHIUPVUPGIFSCFE

BOEJOUPBTQBDFDSBGU and into a spacecraft. 4IFDMBJNTUIBUPWFSUIFZFBSTTIFT She claims that over the years she's FODPVOUFSFEOVNFSPVTCFJOHT JODMVE encountered numerous beings, including different types of gray aliens, more JOHEJGGFSFOUUZQFTPGHSBZBMJFOT NPSF human-like creatures that glow and can IVNBOMJLFDSFBUVSFTUIBUHMPXBOEDBO fly, and rather frightening reptilian-like nZ BOESBUIFSGSJHIUFOJOHSFQUJMJBOMJLF creatures. Starborn said some of these DSFBUVSFT4UBSCPSOTBJETPNFPGUIFTF entities are benevolent, and others are FOUJUJFTBSFCFOFWPMFOU BOEPUIFSTBSF not. OPU She and her sister have both needed 4IFBOEIFSTJTUFSIBWFCPUIOFFEFE surgery to remove unexplained scar tisTVSHFSZUPSFNPWFVOFYQMBJOFETDBSUJT sue on their internal organs and neither TVFPOUIFJSJOUFSOBMPSHBOTBOEOFJUIFS has tonsils, although they have never IBTUPOTJMT BMUIPVHIUIFZIBWFOFWFS undergone tonsillectomies. They were reVOEFSHPOFUPOTJMMFDUPNJFT5IFZXFSFSF cently featured in a National Geographic DFOUMZGFBUVSFEJOB/BUJPOBM(FPHSBQIJD program on UFOs. QSPHSBNPO6'0T "We work with experiencers all over the i8FXPSLXJUIFYQFSJFODFSTBMMPWFSUIF country," Starborn said. "We hold meetDPVOUSZ w4UBSCPSOTBJEi8FIPMENFFU ings where we can get together and not JOHTXIFSFXFDBOHFUUPHFUIFSBOEOPU be judged. CFKVEHFE "My identical twin sister and I have i.ZJEFOUJDBMUXJOTJTUFSBOE*IBWF always had each other to talk to about it. BMXBZTIBEFBDIPUIFSUPUBMLUPBCPVUJU But that's not the case for others." #VUUIBUTOPUUIFDBTFGPSPUIFSTw Staff Writer Avery Yale Kamila can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`/dS`gGOZS9O[WZOQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6297 or at: %'$ '%]`Ob( a kamila @pressherald. com OYO[WZO.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: AveryYaleKamila BeWbbS`(/dS`gGOZS9O[WZO

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