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elcome to the third annual Halloween edition of GO. Since 2010, we have tried to provide the most comprehensive and entertaining Halloween event planner for our readers, and I hope you agree that the GO staff really hit the pumpkin out of the patch this time. Inside these pages, you will get the skinny on haunted attractions and cemetery tours, horror films and ghost stories, parties that are family-friendly, parties for adults only, zombie pub crawls, dinners with psychics and much more. You’ll even learn how to make your own Halloweenthemed specialty cocktails. One thing Maine doesn’t have is a spooky experience combined with an amusement park. Lucky for us, there’s just such a place across state lines in Salem, N.H., where Canobie Lake Park is hosting its annual Screeemfest. I took my family to Canobie last weekend, and it’s got enough to make people of all ages happy. There are five haunted attractions, including a fog-filled cornfield maze (where more than corn is reaped), a slaughterhouse (mystery meat!), a “fun house” (coulrophobia sufferers beware) and a lake populated by cannibals (Jason Voorhees, eat your heart out – literally). Various ghouls, goblins and people in various states of dismemberment wander the park to harass people waiting in line. For tamer fare, you can ride most of the park’s attractions before and after dark, munch on international cuisine at the Oktoberfest area or take in a stage show, including a Madonna impersonator and a KISS tribute band consisting of little people. (If you go, take time to see Mini KISS. Trust me on this.) Two words of advice: Allow for plenty of time to experience the haunted attractions, because the lines can get LONG – like, an hour’s wait or so. And if you’re averse to strobe lights or prone to claustrophobia, you’re probably better off avoiding the indoor haunted houses altogether. Screeemfest continues 6 to 11 p.m. Friday, 1 to 11 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 8 p.m. Sunday, with the outdoor haunted areas opening at 6:30 each night. Admission is $28.99 to $32.99 ($17.99 for children under 4 feet tall and seniors ages 61 and older). Children ages 3 and under get in free. Go to for more info.

Rod Harmon From the Editor

musicandnightlife State Theatre has fun./E5 n Making Noise: Will Gattis/E6 n Tix/E7 n CD review: Andi Fawcett with Doubting Gravity/E8 n Listings/E9

themovies Ten great under-the-radar horror films/E13 n “Cloud Atlas” review/E14 n Indie Film/E15 n Listings/E16 n New on DVD/E20

calendar 10 DAYS OF COOL EVENTS/E18-19

artandtheater PSO’s “Trick-or-Treat Symphony”/E21 n Listings/E22


Halloween Mixology 101/E27 n Atwell on beer/E28 n Eat and Run: Chicago Dogs/ E29 n Bar Guide: Yosaku/E30


COVER STORY: The hopping Halloween scene/E31 n Off Beat: Hallowell Zombie Crawl/E32 n Listings/E35


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Recently, David Mitchell, the author 3FDFOUMZ %BWJE.JUDIFMM UIFBVUIPS of "Cloud Atlas," was sitting with Lana PGi$MPVE"UMBT wXBTTJUUJOHXJUI-BOB Wachowski, the co-director and screen8BDIPXTLJ UIFDPEJSFDUPSBOETDSFFO writer of "Cloud Atlas," watching their XSJUFSPGi$MPVE"UMBT wXBUDIJOHUIFJS mutual movie. At some point, Mitchell NVUVBMNPWJF"UTPNFQPJOU .JUDIFMM leaned over and asked who wrote a parMFBOFEPWFSBOEBTLFEXIPXSPUFBQBS ticular line of dialogue. UJDVMBSMJOFPGEJBMPHVF "That's yours, you idiot," said Wai5IBUTZPVST ZPVJEJPU wTBJE8B chowski. At least according to Mitchell. DIPXTLJ"UMFBTUBDDPSEJOHUP.JUDIFMM The point: The seams between Mitch5IFQPJOU5IFTFBNTCFUXFFO.JUDI ell's best-selling novel and the movie FMMTCFTUTFMMJOHOPWFMBOEUIFNPWJF opening Friday - directed by Lana and PQFOJOH'SJEBZoEJSFDUFECZ-BOBBOE Andy Wachowski ("The Matrix) and Ger"OEZ8BDIPXTLJ i5IF.BUSJY BOE(FS man filmmaker Tom Tykwer ("Run Lola NBOGJMNNBLFS5PN5ZLXFS i3VO-PMB Run") - are fairly invisible, at least in 3VOw oBSFGBJSMZJOWJTJCMF BUMFBTUJO terms of meaning and message. Just as UFSNTPGNFBOJOHBOENFTTBHF+VTUBT the book imparted a story of cosmic soliUIFCPPLJNQBSUFEBTUPSZPGDPTNJDTPMJ darity, karmic responsibility and spiriEBSJUZ LBSNJDSFTQPOTJCJMJUZBOETQJSJ tual unity, so does the film adaptation, UVBMVOJUZ TPEPFTUIFGJMNBEBQUBUJPO  which stars Tom Hanks, Halle Berry and XIJDITUBST5PN)BOLT )BMMF#FSSZBOE a cast that numbers far fewer than the BDBTUUIBUOVNCFSTGBSGFXFSUIBOUIF characters. DIBSBDUFST At the same time, readers of the very "UUIFTBNFUJNF SFBEFSTPGUIFWFSZ popular novel set in 1936 Scotland - and QPQVMBSOPWFMTFUJO4DPUMBOEoBOE 1973 San Francisco, 2012 England, 2144 4BO'SBODJTDP &OHMBOE  "Neo Seoul" and the South Pacific of i/FP4FPVMwBOEUIF4PVUI1BDJGJDPG 1949 - are going to find a very different oBSFHPJOHUPGJOEBWFSZEJGGFSFOU beast on screen than what they found CFBTUPOTDSFFOUIBOXIBUUIFZGPVOE between the covers of the book: Rather CFUXFFOUIFDPWFSTPGUIFCPPL3BUIFS than the six "nesting" narratives, each UIBOUIFTJYiOFTUJOHwOBSSBUJWFT FBDI of which was being read by the principal PGXIJDIXBTCFJOHSFBECZUIFQSJODJQBM of each successive story line, the movie PGFBDITVDDFTTJWFTUPSZMJOF UIFNPWJF takes a "mosaic" strategy, telling the UBLFTBiNPTBJDwTUSBUFHZ UFMMJOHUIF half-dozen stories simultaneously. Or as IBMGEP[FOTUPSJFTTJNVMUBOFPVTMZ0SBT close to that as possible. DMPTFUPUIBUBTQPTTJCMF The question: To read or not to read? 5IFRVFTUJPO5PSFBEPSOPUUPSFBE "I would see the movie first," Hanks i*XPVMETFFUIFNPWJFGJSTU w)BOLT said, with just a hint of mischief. "ImagTBJE XJUIKVTUBIJOUPGNJTDIJFGi*NBH ining the story is very different from JOJOHUIFTUPSZJTWFSZEJGGFSFOUGSPN seeing it on screen, so forget the book, TFFJOHJUPOTDSFFO TPGPSHFUUIFCPPL  see the movie first, and if you want to TFFUIFNPWJFGJSTU BOEJGZPVXBOUUP learn more ...," he said, affecting the MFBSONPSF wIFTBJE BGGFDUJOHUIF voice of a bygone TV announcer, "... WPJDFPGBCZHPOF57BOOPVODFS i pick up the book. There are substantial QJDLVQUIFCPPL5IFSFBSFTVCTUBOUJBM

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answer to a mounting energy crisis and races against the clock to prevent the motor of the world from being stopped for good. Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12, 2:25, 4:50, 7:15, 9:40; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:10, 3:30, 6:45, 9:30 â&#x20AC;&#x153;BUTTERâ&#x20AC;? (R) (1:30) Stars Jennifer Garner, Yara Shahidi and Ty Burrell. Directed by Jim Field Smith. In a small town in Iowa, an adopted girl discovers she has a talent for butter carving and ďŹ nds herself pitted against an ambitious local woman in their townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s annual contest. Showing at: Eveningstar (Brunswick) Thurs 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 â&#x20AC;&#x153;END OF WATCHâ&#x20AC;? (R) (1:49) Stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michael Pena, Anna Kendrick and America Ferrera. Directed by David Ayer. Two young ofďŹ cers are marked for death after conďŹ scating a small cache of money and ďŹ rearms from the members of a notorious cartel during a routine trafďŹ c stop. Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:30, 3:30, 6:50, 9:20 â&#x20AC;&#x153;FRANKENWEENIEâ&#x20AC;? (PG) (1:27) Stars Winona Ryder, Catherine Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Hara, Martin Short and Martin Landau. Directed by Tim Burton. Young Victor conducts an experiment to bring his beloved dog back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences. Showing at: Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 1:10, 6:30; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs 2:10, 4:20 (3D); Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12:15 (3D), 2:25, 4:35 (3D), 7:05, 9:10 (3D) Fri-Wed 12:30, 2:40, 4:40; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:20, 2:30 (3D), 4:50, 7:10, 9:30 (3D) Fri-Wed 12:20, 2:30, 4:50, 7:10, 9:20; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:05, 4:05 (3D) â&#x20AC;&#x153;HERE COMES THE BOOMâ&#x20AC;? (PG) (1:45) Stars Kevin James, Salma Hayek and Henry Winkler. Directed by Frank Coraci. A high school biology teacher looks to become a successful mixed-martial arts ďŹ ghter in an effort to raise money to prevent extra-curricular activities from being axed at his cash-strapped school. Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:15, 7:10 Fri 4:15, 7:10, 9:35 Sat 1:10, 4:15, 7:10, 9:35 Sun 1:10, 4:15, 7:10 Mon-Wed 4:15, 7:10; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 1:45, 4:15, 7:30 Fri-Sat 1:45, 4:15, 7:30, 9:45 Sun-Wed 1:45, 4:15, 7:30; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs 2, 4:30, 7:10, 9:40 Fri-Sun 11:40, 2, 4:30, 7:10, 9:40 MonWed 2, 4:30, 7:10, 9:40; Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed 12:10, 2:30, 4:50, 7:10, 9:25; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs-Wed 11:50, 2:15, 4:40, 7:20, 9:45; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:30, 4:20, 7, 9:30 Fri 1:05, 3:45, 6:45, 9:35 Sat 6:45, 9:35 Sun-Wed 1:05, 3:45, 6:45, 9:35

â&#x20AC;&#x153;HOTEL TRANSYLVANIAâ&#x20AC;? (PG) (1:58) Stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Andy Samberg and Selena Gomez. Directed by Genndy Tartakovsky. Dracula operates a high-end resort far away from the human world. He goes into overprotective mode when a boy discovers the resort and falls for his daughter. Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:30, 6:55; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 1:20, 4 (3D), 6:50 (3D) Fri-Sat 1:20, 4 (3D), 6:50, 9:15 Sun-Wed 1:20, 4 (3D), 6:50; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs 2:20 (3D), 4:30, 7:10 (3D), 9:20; Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed 12:15, 2:25 (3D) 4:30, 7 (3D), 9:10; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 11:50, 12 (3D), 2, 2:10 (3D), 4:20, 4:30 (3D), 6:45, 7 (3D), 9, 9:10 (3D) Fri-Wed 12 (3D), 2:10, 2:20 (3D), 4:20, 4:30 (3D), 6:45; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:40, 4:10, 6:40, 9:20 Fri-Wed 1:30, 3:50, 6:40, 9:20

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THERE ARE precious few hours left B63@3/@3^`SQW]caTSeV]c`aZSTb to see John Whalley's latest solo b]aSS8]V\EVOZZSg¸aZObSaba]Z] exhibition, "World of Wonders," at SfVWPWbW]\µE]`ZR]TE]\RS`a¶Ob Greenhut Galleries. Whalley is one of 5`SS\Vcb5OZZS`WSaEVOZZSgWa]\S]T Maine's foremost artists, and is adept at both ;OW\S¸aT]`S[]abO`bWabaO\RWaORS^bObP]bV painting and drawing. ^OW\bW\UO\RR`OeW\U WHEN: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday; E63<(O[b]#(!^[BVc`aROgO\R4`WROg) 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday O[b]#^[AObc`ROg WHERE: Greenhut Galleries, 146 Middle St., Portland E63@3(5`SS\Vcb5OZZS`WSa"$;WRRZSAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16(4`SS INFO: 772-2693; 7<4=(%%  $'!)U`SS\VcbUOZZS`WSaQ][


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Metropolitan Opera Live in HD:"Otello/' Verdi -ETROPOLITAN/PERA,IVEIN($h/TELLO v6ERDI opera, University of Maine (Collins Center for the OPERA 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE#OLLINS#ENTERFORTHE Arts), Orono. $28; $18 for students. !RTS /RONOFORSTUDENTS 12:55 p.m. COLLINSCENTERFORTHEARTSCOMPM Metropolitan Opera Live in HD^'Otello," Verdi -ETROPOLITAN/PERA,IVEIN($h/TELLO v6ERDI opera, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $23 to $27; $15 OPERA 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLANDTO for students, 1 p.m. FORSTUDENTSROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Portland Symphony Orchestra: "Trick-or-Treat 0ORTLAND3YMPHONY/RCHESTRAh4RICK OR 4REAT Symphony," Discovery Concert and Halloween 3YMPHONY v$ISCOVERY#ONCERTAND(ALLOWEEN celebration with music and games for entire CELEBRATIONWITHMUSICANDGAMESFORENTIRE family, Merrill Auditorium, Portland. $10. FAMILY -ERRILL!UDITORIUM 0ORTLAND Activities at 1 p.m.; concert at 2:30 PORTTIXCOM!CTIVITIESATPMCONCERTAT p.m. PM USM Wind Ensemble, University of Southern 53-7IND%NSEMBLE 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN Maine (Corthell Concert Hall), Gorham. $3 to $6. -AINE#ORTHELL#ONCERT(ALL 'ORHAMTO 2 p.m. USMMAINEEDUMUSICPM DaPonte String Quartet: Winter Series I Program, $A0ONTE3TRING1UARTET7INTER3ERIES)0ROGRAM works by Haydn, Bartok and Mozart, Bowdoin WORKSBY(AYDN "ARTOKAND-OZART "OWDOIN College (Studzinski Recital Hall), Brunswick. $20; #OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL(ALL "RUNSWICK free for those under age 21. 3 p.m. FREEFORTHOSEUNDERAGEDAPONTEORGPM Hikari String Trio, performing works by Mozart, (IKARI3TRING4RIO PERFORMINGWORKSBY-OZART Rose and Dvorak, The Old White Church, Buxton. 2OSEAND$VORAK 4HE/LD7HITE#HURCH "UXTON $18; $15 for seniors and students. 929-6472. 3 FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS  PM Portland String Quartet, with pianist Cheryl 0ORTLAND3TRING1UARTET WITHPIANIST#HERYL Tschanz and violinist Dean Stein, performing 4SCHANZANDVIOLINIST$EAN3TEIN PERFORMING works by Beethoven, Brahms and Beach; WORKSBY"EETHOVEN "RAHMSAND"EACH Woodfords Congregational Church, Portland. $22; 7OODFORDS#ONGREGATIONAL#HURCH 0ORTLAND $20 for seniors; free for students, FORSENIORSFREEFORSTUDENTSLARKSOCIETYORG 2p.m. PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Portland Symphony Orchestra: "Cello-bration!" 0ORTLAND3YMPHONY/RCHESTRAh#ELLO BRATIONv works for cello by Vivaldi, Ott, Rossini and WORKSFORCELLOBY6IVALDI /TT 2OSSINIAND Shostakovich, Merrill Auditorium, Portland. $35 3HOSTAKOVICH -ERRILL!UDITORIUM 0ORTLAND

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@= >F PORTLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA: >=@B:/<2AG;>6=<G=@163AB@/( "TRICK-OR-TREAT TREAT SYMPHONY" µB@719=@B@3/BB@3/BAG;>6=<G¶ WHEN: 2:30 p.m. Sunday, with preE63<( (!^[Ac\ROgeWbV^`S concert activities (including an Q]\QS`bOQbWdWbWSaW\QZcRW\UO\ instrument "petting zoo," a costume W\ab`c[S\bµ^SbbW\Uh]]¶OQ]abc[S contest and "Thriller" dance lessons) Q]\bSabO\RµBV`WZZS`¶RO\QSZSaa]\a beginning at 1 p.m. PSUW\\W\UOb^[ WHERE: Merrill Auditorium, 20 Myrtle E63@3(;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[ ;g`bZS St., Portland Ab>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $10 6=E;C16( INFO: 842-0800; 7<4=(&" &); ^]`bZO\Rag[^V]\g]`U)^]`bbWfQ][

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out in front at City Hall Plaza before PVUJOGSPOUBU$JUZ)BMM1MB[BCFGPSF the show, so you can bone up on your UIFTIPX TPZPVDBOCPOFVQPOZPVS moves and not embarrass your kids. NPWFTBOEOPUFNCBSSBTTZPVSLJET Members of the orchestra will dress .FNCFSTPGUIFPSDIFTUSBXJMMESFTT up, and the audience is encouraged VQ BOEUIFBVEJFODFJTFODPVSBHFE to dress up as well. There will be a UPESFTTVQBTXFMM5IFSFXJMMCFB costume contest and a hands-on instruDPTUVNFDPOUFTUBOEBIBOETPOJOTUSV ment "petting zoo" prior to the concert. NFOUiQFUUJOH[PPwQSJPSUPUIFDPODFSU Moody has championed the Discovery .PPEZIBTDIBNQJPOFEUIF%JTDPWFSZ concert series for many years, but the DPODFSUTFSJFTGPSNBOZZFBST CVUUIF orchestra waited to launch it until it PSDIFTUSBXBJUFEUPMBVODIJUVOUJMJU knew it could pay for it. Last year's HalLOFXJUDPVMEQBZGPSJU-BTUZFBST)BM loween show was so successful, it was MPXFFOTIPXXBTTPTVDDFTTGVM JUXBT an easy decision to bring it back. BOFBTZEFDJTJPOUPCSJOHJUCBDL This season, the PSO will play a 5IJTTFBTPO UIF140XJMMQMBZB second Discovery concert in the spring, TFDPOE%JTDPWFSZDPODFSUJOUIFTQSJOH  and Moody hopes to expand it to a BOE.PPEZIPQFTUPFYQBOEJUUPB three-concert series in following years. UISFFDPODFSUTFSJFTJOGPMMPXJOHZFBST The orchestra received funding from 5IFPSDIFTUSBSFDFJWFEGVOEJOHGSPN TD Bank to help pay for the series, and 5%#BOLUPIFMQQBZGPSUIFTFSJFT BOE at last year's "Magic of Christmas" BUMBTUZFBSTi.BHJDPG$ISJTUNBTw concerts, Moody asked the audience for DPODFSUT .PPEZBTLFEUIFBVEJFODFGPS cash donations. Ushers passed the hat, DBTIEPOBUJPOT6TIFSTQBTTFEUIFIBU  and enough money came forth to supBOEFOPVHINPOFZDBNFGPSUIUPTVQ port this year's Halloween concert. QPSUUIJTZFBST)BMMPXFFODPODFSU "Last year's Halloween concert was i-BTUZFBST)BMMPXFFODPODFSUXBT really a pilot concert to see if there was SFBMMZBQJMPUDPODFSUUPTFFJGUIFSFXBT enough interest. The concert sold out FOPVHIJOUFSFTU5IFDPODFSUTPMEPVU so very quickly, it was just incredible to TPWFSZRVJDLMZ JUXBTKVTUJODSFEJCMFUP see this idea and this vision come true," TFFUIJTJEFBBOEUIJTWJTJPODPNFUSVF w Moody said. .PPEZTBJE "We're doing it in a way that we make i8FSFEPJOHJUJOBXBZUIBUXFNBLF absolutely sure we can fund it before BCTPMVUFMZTVSFXFDBOGVOEJUCFGPSF we put the concerts on. We are breaking XFQVUUIFDPODFSUTPO8FBSFCSFBLJOH from the mold of 'plan the concert and GSPNUIFNPMEPGAQMBOUIFDPODFSUBOE figure out how to pay for it later.' This is GJHVSFPVUIPXUPQBZGPSJUMBUFS5IJTJT being done in all the right ways - artisCFJOHEPOFJOBMMUIFSJHIUXBZToBSUJT tically and entertainment-wise, as well UJDBMMZBOEFOUFSUBJONFOUXJTF BTXFMM as financially." BTGJOBODJBMMZw It's important that folks understand *UTJNQPSUBOUUIBUGPMLTVOEFSTUBOE the PSO will not do a Halloween concert UIF140XJMMOPUEPB)BMMPXFFODPODFSU every year, Moody said. FWFSZZFBS .PPEZTBJE "But because it was so successful in i#VUCFDBVTFJUXBTTPTVDDFTTGVMJO the first year and still close enough UIFGJSTUZFBSBOETUJMMDMPTFFOPVHI to the actual day of Halloween, it just UPUIFBDUVBMEBZPG)BMMPXFFO JUKVTU seemed like the right thing to do one TFFNFEMJLFUIFSJHIUUIJOHUPEPPOF more time," he said. NPSFUJNF wIFTBJE

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"Good People," Good Theater presents Maine h'OOD0EOPLE v'OOD4HEATERPRESENTS-AINE premiere of a drama set in South Boston that PREMIEREOFADRAMASETIN3OUTH"OSTONTHAT explores the differences between the haves and EXPLORESTHEDIFFERENCESBETWEENTHEHAVESAND the have-nots, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. THEHAVE NOTS 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND $15 to $25. 7 p.m. Thursday; TOGOODTHEATERCOMPM4HURSDAY 7:30 p.m. Friday; 3 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday; 2 PM&RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAY p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Wednesday and Nov. 1. PM3UNDAYPM7EDNESDAYAND.OV Through Nov. 4. 4HROUGH.OV "The Book Club Play," Maine premiere of comedy h4HE"OOK#LUB0LAY v-AINEPREMIEREOFCOMEDY about a book club becoming the subject of a ABOUTABOOKCLUBBECOMINGTHESUBJECTOFA documentary film, The Public Theatre, Lewiston. DOCUMENTARYlLM 4HE0UBLIC4HEATRE ,EWISTON $18; $15 for groups; $5 for ages 18 and under. FORGROUPSFORAGESANDUNDER 7:30 p.m. Thursday and THEPUBLICTHEATREORGPM4HURSDAYAND Friday; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. &RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "Topdog/Underdog," Pulitzer Prize-winning h4OPDOG5NDERDOG v0ULITZER0RIZE WINNING drama about the gritty lives of two street-savvy DRAMAABOUTTHEGRITTYLIVESOFTWOSTREET SAVVY hustlers presented by Dramatic Repertory HUSTLERSPRESENTEDBY$RAMATIC2EPERTORY Company, Portland Stage Company (Studio #OMPANY 0ORTLAND3TAGE#OMPANY3TUDIO Theater). $10 to $20. 7:30 p.m. 4HEATER TODRAMATICREPORGPM Thursday to Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. 4HURSDAYTO3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM Wednesday and Nov. 1. Through Nov. 4. 7EDNESDAYAND.OV4HROUGH.OV David Mamet's "November," comedy about the $AVID-AMETSh.OVEMBER vCOMEDYABOUTTHE state of American politics presented by Mad Horse STATEOF!MERICANPOLITICSPRESENTEDBY-AD(ORSE Theatre Company, The Hutchins School, South 4HEATRE#OMPANY 4HE(UTCHINS3CHOOL 3OUTH Portland. $20; $15 seniors and students; pay0ORTLANDSENIORSANDSTUDENTSPAY what-you-can on Thursday, 7:30 WHAT YOU CANON4HURSDAYMADHORSECOM p.m. Thursday to Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. PM4HURSDAYTO3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "1000 Airplanes on the Roof," multi-media h!IRPLANESONTHE2OOF vMULTI MEDIA theater production about alien abduction, Bates THEATERPRODUCTIONABOUTALIENABDUCTION "ATES College (SchaefferTheatre), Lewiston. Free. 786#OLLEGE3CHAEFFER4HEATRE ,EWISTON&REE 8294. 7:30 p.m. Thursday to Saturday. PM4HURSDAYTO3ATURDAY "Sleeping Beauty," adventurous take on Charles h3LEEPING"EAUTY vADVENTUROUSTAKEON#HARLES Perrault's classic tale, Children's Museum and 0ERRAULTSCLASSICTALE #HILDRENS-USEUMAND Theatre of Maine, Portland. $8, $9. 4 4HEATREOF-AINE 0ORTLAND KITETAILSORG and 6 p.m. Friday; 1:30 and 4 p.m. Saturday; ANDPM&RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAY 4 p.m. Sunday. PM3UNDAY "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," inventive re-telling h$R*EKYLLAND-R(YDE vINVENTIVERE TELLING of classic horror story by Belfast Maskers; not OFCLASSICHORRORSTORYBY"ELFAST-ASKERSNOT suitable for children under 15; Union Hall (Town SUITABLEFORCHILDRENUNDER5NION(ALL4OWN Hall), Searsport. $15; $10 for ages 15 to 19. (ALL 3EARSPORTFORAGESTO 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. BELFASTMASKERSCOMPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY Sarah Ruhl's "Eurydice," classic myth of 3ARAH2UHLSh%URYDICE vCLASSICMYTHOF Orpheus re-imagined through the eyes of its /RPHEUSRE IMAGINEDTHROUGHTHEEYESOFITS heroine, Theater Project, Brunswick. $18. HEROINE 4HEATER0ROJECT "RUNSWICK 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; THEATERPROJECTCOMPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY 2 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 11. PM3UNDAY4HROUGH.OV "Dracula," presented by Cheverus Drama Society, h$RACULA vPRESENTEDBY#HEVERUS$RAMA3OCIETY Cheverus High School, Portland. $7; $5 for #HEVERUS(IGH3CHOOL 0ORTLANDFOR students. 774-6238. 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. STUDENTS PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY "Wyrd Sisters," parody of the three witches of h7YRD3ISTERS vPARODYOFTHETHREEWITCHESOF "Macbeth," Cumston Hall, Monmouth. $12; $10 h-ACBETH v#UMSTON(ALL -ONMOUTH for seniors and students, monmouthcommunity FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTSMONMOUTHCOMMUNITY 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; PLAYERSCOMPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY 2 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 4. PM3UNDAY4HROUGH.OV "Play Me a Story," interactive theater performance h0LAY-EA3TORY vINTERACTIVETHEATERPERFORMANCE and workshop for ages 4 to 10, Portland Stage ANDWORKSHOPFORAGESTO 0ORTLAND3TAGE Company. $15. "Scary vs. Silly," #OMPANYPORTLANDSTAGEORGh3CARYVS3ILLY v 10:30 a.m. Saturday. AM3ATURDAY Annual Fundraiser Murder Mystery Dinner !NNUAL&UNDRAISER-URDER-YSTERY$INNER Show, "Dead Men Don't Need Dress 3HOW h$EAD-EN$ONT.EED$RESS Rehearsals," Nasson Community Center (Little 2EHEARSALS v.ASSON#OMMUNITY#ENTER,ITTLE Theatre), Springvale. $25; $45 per couple. 4HEATRE 3PRINGVALEPERCOUPLE 5:30 p.m. Saturday. SANFORDMAINESTAGECOMPM3ATURDAY "The Medicine Show," Ziggurat Theatre h4HE-EDICINE3HOW v:IGGURAT4HEATRE Ensemble presents an original play using masks, %NSEMBLEPRESENTSANORIGINALPLAYUSINGMASKS drumming, song and dance that will be performed DRUMMING SONGANDDANCETHATWILLBEPERFORMED outdoors, Bowdoinham Public Works. $10. OUTDOORS "OWDOINHAM0UBLIC7ORKS 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. ZIGGURATTHEATREORGPM3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY

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"Crescent," archival print by Luc µ1`SaQS\b¶O`QVWdOZ^`W\bPg:cQ Demers, from "Trace," the Maine 2S[S`aT`][µB`OQS¶bVS;OW\S Museum of Photographic Arts ;caSc[]T>V]b]U`O^VWQ/`ba exhibition of his work continuing SfVWPWbW]\]TVWae]`YQ]\bW\cW\U through Dec. 21 at USM's Glickman bV`]cUV2SQ ObCA;¸a5ZWQY[O\ Library in Portland. :WP`O`gW\>]`bZO\R Globe on Screen: "Much Ado About Nothing," 'LOBEON3CREENh-UCH!DO!BOUT.OTHING v Shakespeare play, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $15; 3HAKESPEAREPLAY 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND $10 for students, 7 p.m. FORSTUDENTSROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM Monday; 1 p.m. Tuesday. -ONDAYPM4UESDAY "Homestead Crossing," comedy that's part love h(OMESTEAD#ROSSING vCOMEDYTHATSPARTLOVE story, part existential mystery, Portland Stage STORY PARTEXISTENTIALMYSTERY 0ORTLAND3TAGE Company. $34 to $44; discounts available. #OMPANYTODISCOUNTSAVAILABLE 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to Nov. 1. PORTLANDSTAGEORGPM4UESDAYTO.OV Through Nov. 18. 4HROUGH.OV "An Evening with Poe: Tales of Mystery & h!N%VENINGWITH0OE4ALESOF-YSTERY Suspense," Dinner Theater Series, Clay Hill Farm 3USPENSE v$INNER4HEATER3ERIES #LAY(ILL&ARM Restaurant, Cape Neddick. $10. 361-2272. 6 p.m. 2ESTAURANT #APE.EDDICK PM Wednesday. 7EDNESDAY National Theatre Live in HD: "Timon of Athens," .ATIONAL4HEATRE,IVEIN($h4IMONOF!THENS v Shakespeare play, Leura Hill Eastman Performing 3HAKESPEAREPLAY ,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING Arts Center, Fryeburg. $18; $15 for seniors; $10 !RTS#ENTER &RYEBURGFORSENIORS for students, 2 p.m.; FORSTUDENTSFRYEBURGACADEMYORGPACPM encore screening at 7 p.m. Nov. 1. ENCORESCREENINGATPM.OV National Theatre Live in HD: "Timon of Athens," .ATIONAL4HEATRE,IVEIN($h4IMONOF!THENS v Shakespeare play, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $23; 3HAKESPEAREPLAY 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND $15 for students, 3 p.m.; FORSTUDENTSROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM encore screening at 7 p.m. Nov. 1. ENCORESCREENINGATPM.OV "You Can't Take It With You," Theatre Company h9OU#ANT4AKE)T7ITH9OU v4HEATRE#OMPANY at Falmouth High School production of AT&ALMOUTH(IGH3CHOOLPRODUCTIONOF Depression-era comedy, Falmouth High School. $EPRESSION ERACOMEDY &ALMOUTH(IGH3CHOOL $7; $5 for students, seniors and children. FORSTUDENTS SENIORSANDCHILDREN 7 p.m. Nov. 1. Through FALMOUTHTHEATREORGPM.OV4HROUGH Nov. 4. .OV "End of Summer," Bowdoin Department h%NDOF3UMMER v"OWDOIN$EPARTMENT of Theater and Dance production of comic OF4HEATERAND$ANCEPRODUCTIONOFCOMIC melodrama set at a wealthy estate on the coast MELODRAMASETATAWEALTHYESTATEONTHECOAST of Maine, Bowdoin College (Pickard Theater), OF-AINE "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0ICKARD4HEATER Brunswick. Free. 725-3375. 8 p.m. Nov. 1. "RUNSWICK&REE PM.OV

ART MUSEUMS N!24-53%5-3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 "We Never See Anything Clearly: John Ruskin h7E.EVER3EE!NYTHING#LEARLY*OHN2USKIN and Landscape Painting," paintings from 1840s AND,ANDSCAPE0AINTING vPAINTINGSFROMS to 1870s, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, TOS "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT Brunswick, Opens "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDUART MUSEUM/PENS Tuesday. Through Dec. 23. 4UESDAY4HROUGH$EC CONTINUING #/.4).5).' Portland Museum of Art: "Weatherbeaten: 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RTh7EATHERBEATEN Winslow Homer and Maine," works by Homer 7INSLOW(OMERAND-AINE vWORKSBY(OMER created at his Prouts Neck studio in conjunction CREATEDATHIS0ROUTS.ECKSTUDIOINCONJUNCTION with re-opening of restored studio for public tours, WITHRE OPENINGOFRESTOREDSTUDIOFORPUBLICTOURS and "Art in Process," high school art exhibition, ANDh!RTIN0ROCESS vHIGHSCHOOLARTEXHIBITION

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GO Portland Press Herald/ Thursday, October 25, 3E26 $5=j>]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZRBVc`aROg=Qb]PS` # 2012  ARTISTS THROUGH7EDNESDAY  artists, through Wednesday. 443-1499. 7EST)SLAND'ALLERY "ATH2ICHARD3EARS West Island Gallery, Bath: Richard Sears, h0AINTINGSAND$RAWINGS vTHROUGH.OV "Paintings and Drawings," through Nov. 24. WESTISLANDGALLERYCOM Continued from Page E25 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 # Merrymeeting Arts Center, Bowdoinham: Jack -ERRYMEETING!RTS#ENTER "OWDOINHAM*ACK RICHARDBOYDPOTTERYCOM -ONTGOMERY h0ORTRAITSOF0ORTRAITS vTHROUGH$EC Montgomery, "Portraits of Portraits," through Dec. 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!RT'ALLERY University of Southern Maine (Art Gallery), 10. MERRYMEETINGARTSCENTERORG 'ORHAMh3AMPLER vPIECESOFPRINTS PAINTINGS Gorham: "Sampler," 38 pieces of prints, paintings 2ICHMOND3TORE'ALLERY"ARBARA"EANAND Richmond Store Gallery: Barbara Bean and ANDEXPERIMENTALWORKS THROUGH$EC and experimental works, through Dec. 9. Edward Mackenzie, "The Art of dee's Ice Cream %DWARD-ACKENZIE h4HE!RTOFDEES)CE#REAM USMMAINEEDUGALLERY Packaging," artwork made from material donated 0ACKAGING vARTWORKMADEFROMMATERIALDONATED Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth: Mary %LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH-ARY by Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust, through BY"RUNSWICK 4OPSHAM,AND4RUST THROUGH "ARNES h/NCE2EMOVED vAND*OHN3ANTORO Barnes, "Once Removed," and John Santoro, Wednesday, 7EDNESDAYRICHMONDSTOREGALLERYCOM "Transitions," through Nov. 4. elizabethmoss h4RANSITIONS vTHROUGH.OVELIZABETHMOSS George Marshall Store Gallery, York: 'EORGE-ARSHALL3TORE'ALLERY 9ORK GALLERIESCOM "Connections," works by Lissa Hunter and Carol h#ONNECTIONS vWORKSBY,ISSA(UNTERAND#AROL Yarmouth Frame Shop and Gallery: "Falling for 9ARMOUTH&RAME3HOPAND'ALLERYh&ALLINGFOR 3TEINAND4OM(ALL h-AINE,ANDSCAPES vTHROUGH Stein; and Tom Hall, "Maine Landscapes," through Color," work by Martha Baum, Neil Myrick, Diana .OVGEORGEMARSHALLSTOREGALLERYCOM #OLOR vWORKBY-ARTHA"AUM .EIL-YRICK $IANA Nov. 11. Johnson, Marcia Feller and Anne Tarbox, through *OHNSON -ARCIA&ELLERAND!NNE4ARBOX THROUGH York Public Library: Paintings by Peter Agrafiotis, 9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY0AINTINGSBY0ETER!GRAlOTIS Dec. 8. $ECYARMOUTHFRAMESHOPANDGALLERYCOM through Tuesday, THROUGH4UESDAYYORKLIBMEUS North Yarmouth Academy (Curtis Gallery), .ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY#URTIS'ALLERY York Art Association, York Harbor: "Abstract 9ORK!RT!SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBORh!BSTRACT Yarmouth: Susan Myer Riley and Travis Roy, 9ARMOUTH3USAN-YER2ILEYAND4RAVIS2OY and Out of the Ordinary," through Nov. 4. AND/UTOFTHE/RDINARY vTHROUGH.OV through Wednesday. 847-5423. THROUGH7EDNESDAY YORKARTASSOCIATIONCOM Freeport Historical Society Harrington House: &REEPORT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY(ARRINGTON(OUSE Fryeburg Academy (Palmina F. and Stephen &RYEBURG!CADEMY0ALMINA&AND3TEPHEN "Buttons, Rum and Rakes: Freeport's Mercantile h"UTTONS 2UMAND2AKES&REEPORTS-ERCANTILE S. Pace Galleries of Art): "Apple of My Eye," 30ACE'ALLERIESOF!RT h!PPLEOF-Y%YE v Past," through March, PAINTINGS WATERCOLORS PASTELSANDPRINTSOFAPPLES 0AST vTHROUGH-ARCHFREEPORTHISTORICALSOCIETYORG paintings, watercolors, pastels and prints of apples Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport: "Viewpoints," 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORTh6IEWPOINTS v from more than 50 mostly regional artists of the FROMMORETHANMOSTLYREGIONALARTISTSOFTHE group exhibit, through Sunday. 865-4519. GROUPEXHIBIT THROUGH3UNDAY  past, through Dec. 21. 935-9232. PAST THROUGH$EC  The Frontier, Brunswick: "Groundbreakers: 4HE&RONTIER "RUNSWICKh'ROUNDBREAKERS Kennebunk Free Library: Jessica and Jason Willey, +ENNEBUNK&REE,IBRARY*ESSICAAND*ASON7ILLEY Mainers Shaping Agriculture's Future," -AINERS3HAPING!GRICULTURES&UTURE v "Everyday Beauty," travel photography, through h%VERYDAY"EAUTY vTRAVELPHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH photographs by Lily Peil, through Nov. 25. PHOTOGRAPHSBY,ILY0EIL THROUGH.OV Wednesday. 985-2173. 7EDNESDAY EXPLOREFRONTIERCOM River Tree Arts, Kennebunk: "Photographers 2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNKh0HOTOGRAPHERS Little Dog Coffee Shop, Brunswick: "Artist: ,ITTLE$OG#OFFEE3HOP "RUNSWICKh!RTIST Choice," through Nov. 10. #HOICE vTHROUGH.OVRIVERTREEARTSORG Artist," Spindleworks exhibit, through Wednesday. (ALEY&ARM'ALLERY +ITTERY&ABRICANDCLAY !RTIST v3PINDLEWORKSEXHIBIT THROUGH7EDNESDAY Haley Farm Gallery, Kittery: Fabric and clay SPINDLEWORKSORG exhibit, through Wednesday, EXHIBIT THROUGH7EDNESDAYHALEYGALLERYCOM Bayview Gallery, Brunswick: "The Paintings "AYVIEW'ALLERY "RUNSWICKh4HE0AINTINGS Atlantic Motorcar, Wiscasset: Maine Art Gallery !TLANTIC-OTORCAR 7ISCASSET-AINE!RT'ALLERY of John Marshall," through Nov. 10. OF*OHN-ARSHALL vTHROUGH.OV artists exhibit depicting the "open road" and ARTISTSEXHIBITDEPICTINGTHEhOPENROADvAND BAYVIEWGALLERYCOM beyond, through Tuesday. 882-7511. BEYOND THROUGH4UESDAY  Markings Gallery, Bath: "Wearable Art," jewelry, -ARKINGS'ALLERY "ATHh7EARABLE!RT vJEWELRY Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset: "Wiscasset's -AINE!RT'ALLERY 7ISCASSETh7ISCASSETS clothing and accessories by a wide array of Maine -USEUMINTHE3TREETS vHISTORICAL7ISCASSET CLOTHINGANDACCESSORIESBYAWIDEARRAYOF-AINE Museum in the Streets," historical Wiscasset

PHOTOS THROUGH4UESDAYMAINEARTGALLERYORG photos, through Tuesday, 3TITCHERS#ORNER 7ISCASSET*ILL3NYDER7ALLACE Stitchers Corner, Wiscasset: Jill Snyder Wallace, h&ORTHE,OVEOF.EEDLEAND4HREAD vEMBROIDERY "For the Love of Needle and Thread," embroidery, through Saturday. 882-4141. THROUGH3ATURDAY  Wiscasset Bay Gallery: "Fresh Paint and Recent 7ISCASSET"AY'ALLERYh&RESH0AINTAND2ECENT !CQUISITIONS vRECENTACQUISITIONSOFTH AND Acquisitions," recent acquisitions of 19th- and 20th-century American and European paintings, TH CENTURY!MERICANAND%UROPEANPAINTINGS PLUSNEWWORKSBYCONTEMPORARY.EW%NGLAND plus new works by contemporary New England artists, through Nov. 2. ARTISTS THROUGH.OVWISCASSETBAYGALLERYCOM Harlow Gallery, Hallowell: "CSA: Community (ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELLh#3!#OMMUNITY 3UPPORTING!RTS vWORKOFARTISTSWHOHAVE Supporting Arts," work of 14 artists who have PARTNEREDWITHCENTRAL-AINEFARMS THROUGH partnered with central Maine farms, through Saturday, 3ATURDAYHARLOWGALLERYORG Unity College (Leonard R. Craig Art Gallery): 5NITY#OLLEGE,EONARD2#RAIG!RT'ALLERY  Kenny Cole, "Even Now the Reaper Draws His +ENNY#OLE h%VEN.OWTHE2EAPER$RAWS(IS Wages," through Wednesday, 7AGES vTHROUGH7EDNESDAYUCCPAUNITYEDU exhibitions EXHIBITIONS Aarhus Gallery, Belfast: "The Making of Music," !ARHUS'ALLERY "ELFASTh4HE-AKINGOF-USIC v musical instruments and art inspired by music MUSICALINSTRUMENTSANDARTINSPIREDBYMUSIC or musical instruments, through Sunday. ORMUSICALINSTRUMENTS THROUGH3UNDAY AARHUSGALLERYCOM Belfast Free Library: "Old Paint New Life," exhibit "ELFAST&REE,IBRARYh/LD0AINT.EW,IFE vEXHIBIT of artists giving old paint a new life and purpose, OFARTISTSGIVINGOLDPAINTANEWLIFEANDPURPOSE through Wednesday, THROUGH7EDNESDAYWWWBELFASTLIBMEUS Perimeter Gallery, Belfast: Ben Potter, "Home 0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFAST"EN0OTTER h(OME Field," through Nov. 25. 338-0555. &IELD vTHROUGH.OV  Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport: #ENTERFOR-AINE#ONTEMPORARY!RT 2OCKPORT 2012 Biennial Exhibition, through Dec. 2. "IENNIAL%XHIBITION THROUGH$EC CMCANOWORG Camden Public Library: Jerri Finch, "Balance," oil #AMDEN0UBLIC,IBRARY*ERRI&INCH h"ALANCE vOIL paintings, through Wednesday. 236-3440. PAINTINGS THROUGH7EDNESDAY  College of the Atlantic (Ethel H. Blum Gallery), #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC%THEL("LUM'ALLERY Bar Harbor: Jimmy Grashow, collaborative "AR(ARBOR*IMMY'RASHOW COLLABORATIVE sculpture installation with COA students, through SCULPTUREINSTALLATIONWITH#/!STUDENTS THROUGH Wednesday. 288-5015. 7EDNESDAY  Lyceum Gallery, Lewiston: Meg Weston, "Lava ,YCEUM'ALLERY ,EWISTON-EG7ESTON h,AVA Flows," volcanic images and words, through &LOWS vVOLCANICIMAGESANDWORDS THROUGH Friday, &RIDAYLYCEUMGALLERYCOM




Frost Farm Gallery, Norway: Western Maine Paper &ROST&ARM'ALLERY .ORWAY7ESTERN-AINE0APER 0ROJECT ORIGINALWORKSONPAPER THROUGH!PRIL Project, original works on paper, through April 5. FROSTFARMGALLERYCOM 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE(OLOCAUSTAND(UMAN University of Maine (Holocaust and Human 2IGHTS#ENTEROF-AINE !UGUSTAh-AINE"OYS Rights Center of Maine), Augusta: "Maine Boys /VERSEAS 'ERMAN"OYSIN-AINE v77))HISTORY Overseas, German Boys in Maine," WWII history ANDARTIFACTS THROUGH.OVHHRCUMAEDU and artifacts, through Nov. 30. University of Maine (Charles Danforth Gallery), 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE#HARLES$ANFORTH'ALLERY Augusta: "Analog/Digital," 20 paintings and !UGUSTAh!NALOG$IGITAL vPAINTINGSAND videos by Reese Inman, through Nov. 30. VIDEOSBY2EESE)NMAN THROUGH.OV   621-3493. 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE!RT'ALLERY &ARMINGTON University of Maine (Art Gallery), Farmington: ,IZ0HILLIPS h"IYUU)) vSOUNDANDVIDEO Liz Phillips, "Biyuu II," sound and video installation, through Nov. 1. 778-1062. INSTALLATION THROUGH.OV  Savory Maine, Damariscotta: Portraiture by Jeffrey 3AVORY-AINE $AMARISCOTTA0ORTRAITUREBY*EFFREY Burke, through Nov. 13. "URKE THROUGH.OVSAVORYMAINEDININGCOM Art Galleries at University of Maine, Machias: !RT'ALLERIESAT5NIVERSITYOF-AINE -ACHIAS Condon and Georgeann Kuhl, "Tuscany to #ONDONAND'EORGEANN+UHL h4USCANYTO Pompeii and Beyond," through Nov. 30. 255-1279. 0OMPEIIAND"EYOND vTHROUGH.OV  CRAFT Gallery, Rockland: Jesse Gillespie, #2!&4'ALLERY 2OCKLAND*ESSE'ILLESPIE "Uncommon Beauty," through Nov. 5; Lissa h5NCOMMON"EAUTY vTHROUGH.OV,ISSA Hunter and Simon van der Ven, "Escape (UNTERAND3IMONVANDER6EN h%SCAPE Boundaries," new work, through Nov. 11. "OUNDARIES vNEWWORK THROUGH.OV CRAFTONELMCOM Carver Hill Gallery, Rockland: "Eight Artists," #ARVER(ILL'ALLERY 2OCKLANDh%IGHT!RTISTS v featuring Dianne Schelble, Laurie Goddard, Jon FEATURING$IANNE3CHELBLE ,AURIE'ODDARD *ON Kolkin, Diane Bowie Zaitlin, Adriance DeGroff, +OLKIN $IANE"OWIE:AITLIN !DRIANCE$E'ROFF David Estey, America Martin and Megan Hinton, $AVID%STEY !MERICA-ARTINAND-EGAN(INTON through Wednesday. 594-7745. THROUGH7EDNESDAY  Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge -AINE#OASTAL)SLANDS.ATIONAL7ILDLIFE2EFUGE Visitor Center, Rockland: John Wood, Hank 6ISITOR#ENTER 2OCKLAND*OHN7OOD (ANK Tyler, Kathleen Florance, Karl Gerstenberger 4YLER +ATHLEEN&LORANCE +ARL'ERSTENBERGER and Keith Carver, multi-media, through Dec. 4. AND+EITH#ARVER MULTI MEDIA THROUGH$EC MAINESEABIRDSORG Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland: "Off the Beaten #ALDBECK'ALLERY 2OCKLANDh/FFTHE"EATEN Path," multi-artist show focusing on Maine 0ATH vMULTI ARTISTSHOWFOCUSINGON-AINE landscapes, through Nov. 3. LANDSCAPES THROUGH.OVCALDBECKCOM

Giraldo, and Loverboy, 7:30 p.m., Verizon 5W`OZR]O\R:]dS`P]g%(!^[DS`Wh]\ Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. $39.50 to EW`SZSaa/`S\O;O\QVSabS`<6!'#b] $89.50.; (800) 745-3000 &'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Continued from Page E17 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3% Continued from Page E12 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 Nov. 8 - Justin Townes Earle, 7:30 p.m., <]d&Âł8cabW\B]e\Sa3O`ZS%(!^[ The Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $20 to BVS;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6 b] 7:25 Fri 4:20, 7:25, 9:40 Sat 1:15,4:20, 7:25, 9:40 Sun %( #4`W"( %( #'("AOb(#"( %( #'("Ac\ box office P]f]TÂżQS "SINISTER" (R) (1:50) Stars Ethan Hawke, Juliet ÂľA7<7AB3@Âś@(#AbO`a3bVO\6OeYS8cZWSb $25.; (603) 436-2400.  #BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ " 1:15, 4:20, Mon-Wed 4:20, 7:25; Nordica (Freeport) (#"( %(7:25 #;]\ESR"( %( #)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`b Rylance and James Ransone. Directed by Scott Derrick@gZO\QSO\R8O[Sa@O\a]\S2W`SQbSRPgAQ]bb2S``WQY Nov. 9 - The Script, 7:30 p.m., Agganis <]d'ÂłBVSAQ`W^b%(!^[/UUO\Wa Thurs 2:15,4:45, Fri-Sat 2:15,4:45, 9:40 SunBVc`a (#"("#%(7:20 4`WAOb (#"("#%(7:20, '("Ac\ Get outta town 5Sb]cbbOb]e\ son. Found footage helps a true-crime novelist realize Arena, Boston. $35.; (800) /`S\O0]ab]\!#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& Wed 2:15,4:45,7:20; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) a]\4]c\RT]]bOUSVSZ^aOb`cSQ`W[S\]dSZWab`SOZWhS ESR (#"("#%( )1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R how and why a family was murdered in his new home, BVc`aROgÂłBVSffeWbV1VOW`ZWTb&^[ Thursday - The xx with Chairlift, 8 p.m., 745-3000 %"#! Thurs 2:30,4:40, 7, 9:30 Fri 11:40, 2:30,4:40, 7, 9:30 Sat V]eO\ReVgOTO[WZgeOa[c`RS`SRW\VWa\SeV][S BVc`a (!"("%'(!4`W(" (!"("%'(!AOb though his discoveries put his entire family in the path House of Blues, Boston. $30 to $45. bV]cUVVWaRWaQ]dS`WSa^cbVWaS\bW`STO[WZgW\bVS^ObV 6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!b]"# Nov. 9 - The Tragically Hip, 9 p.m., House <]d'ÂłBVSB`OUWQOZZg6W^'^[6]caS 4:40, 7, 9:30 Sun 11:40, 2:30,4:40, 7, 9:30 Mon-Wed "("%'(!Ac\(" (!"("%'(!;]\ESR; (800) 745-3000 of a supernatural entity. :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! ]TOac^S`\Obc`OZS\bWbg of Blues, Boston. $32.85 to $45.35. ]T0ZcSa0]ab]\! &#b]"#!# 2:30, 4:40, 7, 9:30; Cinemagic Saco Thurs 12:10 (IMAX), (!"("%'(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a (7;/F Friday - Major Lazer, 8 p.m., House of Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:05,7:20; Cin4`WROgÂł;OX]`:OhS`&^[6]caS]T AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"(#%( )1W\ (800) 745-3000 (IMAX), 2:40, 4:25 (IMAX), 4:40, 7 (IMAX), :WdS\ObW]\Q][&%"#! 12:30, (! 2:20 ( 7;/F (""( #7;/F"("%7;/F Blues, Boston. $25.; (800) 0ZcSa0]ab]\ #:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& emagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs 2:15,4:50,7:30, S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`a (#"(#%(! 7:20, 9:15 (IMAX), 9:35 Fri-Wed 12:10 (IMAX), 2:20 Nov. 11 - Australian Pink Floyd, 6:30 p.m., %( '(#7;/F'(!#4`WESR (7;/F (  <]dÂł/cab`OZWO\>W\Y4Z]gR$(!^[ 745-3000 10 Fri-Wed 7:30,10; Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed 12:05, 4`WESR%(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`aESR (# %"#! (IMAX), 4:25 (IMAX), 7 (IMAX), 7:20, 9:15 (IMAX), 9:35; 7;/F"( #7;/F%7;/F%( '(#7;/F'(!#) Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. DS`Wh]\EW`SZSaa/`S\O;O\QVSabS`<6 Friday - Keb' Mo' Band, 8 p.m., Wilbur 4`WROgÂł9SP¸;]¸0O\R&^[EWZPc` 7:05, 9:30; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12, ( "("#%(#'(!)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs 12:10,2:20,4:30,7:10,9:30 1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a ( ( "(!%('(! 2:20,4:45, $20.50 to $39.50.; (800)  #b]!'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& Theatre, Boston. $41.70 to $55.20. BVSOb`S0]ab]\"%b]##  3:40, 7:10, 9:40 Fri-Wed 12:10, 3:40, 7:10, 9:40; Bruns(!("%('(")0`c\a Fri-Wed 12:10, 7, 9:30; Brunswick 10 Thurs 2, !("%('("4`WESR 4`WESR ( 2:20,4:30, ( "(!%'(!)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a 745-3000 %"#!; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! wick 10 Thurs 1:55, 4:40, 7:35,10:05 Fri-Sat 9:45 Sun 4:30, 7:45,10:10 Fri-Sun 2,4:45, 7:40,10 Mon-Wed 2, eWQYBVc`a(##"("%(!#(#4`WAOb'("#Ac\ "(!%("#(4`WAc\ "("#%(";]\ESR Nov. 11 - Chris Isaak, 7:30 p.m. Orpheum <]dÂł1V`Wa7aOOY%(!^[=`^VSc[ Friday - Gov't Mule, 7:30 p.m. Orpheum 4`WROgÂł5]d¸b;cZS%(!^[=`^VSc[ 4:45, 7:40,10 4:35 Tue-Wed 4:35, 9:45 "(!#BcSESR"(!#'("# "("#%(" Theatre, Boston. $39.50 to $49.50. BVSOb`S0]ab]\!'#b]"'# Theatre, Boston. $30, $35.; BVSOb`S0]ab]\!!#:WdS\ObW]\Q][); (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! (800) 745-3000 &%"#! "PITCH PERFECT" (PG) (1:52)AbO`a/\\O9S\R`WQY Stars Anna Kendrick, "TAKEN 2" (PG-13) (1:31) Stars Liam Neeson, Famke Âľ>7B16>3@431BÂś>5(# ÂľB/93< Âś>5!(!AbO`a:WO[<SSa]\4O[YS Nov. 11 - Bill Cosby, 7:30 p.m., The Music <]dÂł0WZZ1]aPg%(!^[BVS;caWQ Saturday Smashing Pumpkins, 7:30 p.m., AObc`ROgÂłA[OaVW\U>c[^YW\a%(!^[ Brittany Snow and Rebel Wilson. Directed by Jason 0`WbbO\gA\]eO\R@SPSZEWZa]\2W`SQbSRPg8Oa]\ Janssen, Maggie Grace and Leland Orser. Directed by 8O\aaS\;OUUWS5`OQSO\R:SZO\R=`aS`2W`SQbSRPg Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $80 to $120.  Agganis Arena, Boston. $39.50 and $49.50. 6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6&b] /UUO\Wa/`S\O0]ab]\!'#O\R"'# Moore. A college freshman is cajoled into joining the ;]]`S/Q]ZZSUST`SaV[O\WaQOX]ZSRW\b]X]W\W\UbVS Olivier Megaton. In Istanbul, retired CIA operative Bry=ZWdWS`;SUOb]\7\7abO\PcZ`SbW`SR17/]^S`ObWdS0`g; (603) 436-2400. BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ "; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! school's all-girl singing group. aQV]]Z¸aOZZUW`ZaW\UW\UU`]c^ an Mills and his wife are taken hostage by the father of O\;WZZaO\RVWaeWTSO`SbOYS\V]abOUSPgbVSTObVS`]T Nov. 15 - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, <]d#Âł;OQYZS[]`SO\R@gO\:SeWa Saturday - The Maine and Mayday Parade, AObc`ROgÂłBVS;OW\SO\R;OgROg>O`ORS Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 1:15,4, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a(#" a kidnapper Mills killed while rescuing his daughter. OYWR\O^^S`;WZZaYWZZSReVWZS`SaQcW\UVWaROcUVbS` 8 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $20. 6:30 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $20. &^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\  $(!^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\  6:50, 9:35 Fri-Wed 1:15, 6:20; Windham 5 Star Thurs $(#'(!#4`WESR(#$( )EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a Showing at: Windham 5 Star Thurs 4:30,7:15 Fri 4:30, AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`BVc`a"(!%(#4`W"(!; (800) 745-3000; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! 4:10, 7 Fri 7 Sat-Sun 1, 7 Mon-Wed 7; Cinemagic Grand "(%4`W%AObAc\%;]\ESR%)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\R 6:55, 9 Sat 1:30, 4:30, 6:55, 9 Sun 1:30, 4:30, 6:55 Mon$(##'AOb(!"(!$(##'Ac\(!"(!$(##;]\ Saturday - Huey Lewis and The News, 8 AObc`ROgÂł6cSg:SeWaO\RBVS<Sea& Nov. 16 - Matt and Kim, 8 p.m., House of <]d$Âł;ObbO\R9W[&^[6]caS]T (South Portland) Thurs 2:20,4:50 Fri-Sun 11:50, 2:20, A]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`a ( "(#4`WAc\(# (  Wed 4:30, 6:55; Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 1:30, 3:50, ESR"(!$(##)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a(!!(# p.m., Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, ^[1OaW\]0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV Blues, Boston. $22b]!:WdS\ObW]\Q][ to $30. 0ZcSa0]ab]\ 4:50 Mon-Wed 2:20,4:50; Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed "(#;]\ESR ( "(#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`aESR 7:10; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Thurs 2,4:20, %()1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RBVc`a "(  N.H. $44.95 to $80.; <6""'#b]&BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs12, 2:25,4:50,7:15,9:40; ( #"(#%(#'(")1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`a 7, 9:30 Fri-Sun 11:50, 2,4:20, 7, 9:30 Mon-Wed 2,"( 4:20, 7, (800) 745-3000 %'(!4`WAc\(# "( %'(!;]\ESR % &%"#! Nov. 17 - Taking Back Sunday with Bayside Wed 12:20, 6:45, 9:20; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:05, <]d%ÂłBOYW\U0OQYAc\ROgeWbV0OgaWRS ESR ( !(3:20, $("#'( )0`c\aeWQYBVc`a(# 9:30; Cinemagic Saco Thurs-Wed 12:20, 4:45, 7:10, ;]\ROgÂł2STb]\SaeWbVAQO`a]\ '(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`aESR (  2:30, (!"("#%( Monday - Deftones with Scars on 3:45, 6:45, 9:35 and The Menzingers, 6:30 p.m., House of !("#$("#'(!# O\RBVS;S\hW\US`a$(!^[6]caS]T 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook Thurs-Wed 12:20,2:30, '( )1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YBVc`aESR (  (! Broadway, 8 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. 0`]OReOg&^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\ Blues, Boston. $25 to $35.; 0ZcSa0]ab]\ #b]!#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) 4:40, 7:30, 9:50; Brunswick 10 Thurs 1:45,4:15, 7:30,10; "("%(!'(#)0`c\aeWQYBVc`a("#"(#%(!) $32.50 to $42.50. (800) ! #b]" #:WdS\ObW]\Q][& "SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN" (PG-13) (1:26) Stars ÂľA3/@167<54=@AC5/@;/<Âś>5!( $AbO`a (800) 745-3000 &%"#! Fri-Wed 1:45,4:15, 7:20,9:45 4`WESR("#"(#%( '("# 745-3000 %"#! Rodriguez, Clarence Avant and Malik Bendjelloul. Di@]R`WUcSh1ZO`S\QS/dO\bO\R;OZWY0S\RXSZZ]cZ2W Nov. 18 - Yellowcard with The Wonder <]d&ÂłGSZZ]eQO`ReWbVBVSE]\RS`  Tuesday - Social Distortion with Lindi BcSaROgÂłA]QWOZ2Wab]`bW]\eWbV:W\RW rected by Malik Bendjelloul. Two South Africans set out `SQbSRPg;OZWY0S\RXSZZ]cZBe]A]cbV/T`WQO\aaSb]cb Years and We Are the In Crowd, GSO`aO\RES/`SbVS7\1`]eR "TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE" (PG-13) (1:51) Stars ÂľB@=C0:3E7B6B631C@D3Âś>5!(#AbO`a Ortega, 8 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $30 =`bSUO&^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\! to discover what happened to their unlikely musical b]RWaQ]dS`eVObVO^^S\SRb]bVSW`c\ZWYSZg[caWQOZ 7 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $25. %^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\ # Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams, John Goodman and to $45.; (800) 745-3000 1ZW\b3Oabe]]R/[g/RO[a8]V\5]]R[O\O\R b]"#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! hero, the mysterious 1970s rock and roller, Rodriguez. VS`]bVS[gabS`W]ca'%a`]QYO\R`]ZZS`@]R`WUcSh; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Justin Timberlake. Directed by Robert Lorenz. An ailing Wednesday Pretty Lights: The 8cabW\BW[PS`ZOYS2W`SQbSRPg@]PS`b:]`S\h/\OWZW\U ESR\SaROgÂł>`Sbbg:WUVba(BVS Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Thurs 4:30,9:45 AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RBVc`a"(!'("# Nov. 18 - Bob Dylan & His Band with Mark <]d&Âł0]P2gZO\6Wa0O\ReWbV;O`Y Illumination Tour, 7 p.m., TD Garden, baseball scout in his twilight years takes his daughter 7ZZc[W\ObW]\B]c`%^[B25O`RS\ POaSPOZZaQ]cbW\VWabeWZWUVbgSO`abOYSaVWaROcUVbS` Knopfler, 7:30 p.m., TD Garden, Boston. $45 9\]^Ă&#x20AC;S`%(!^[B25O`RS\0]ab]\"# Boston. $29.50 to $69.50.; along for one last recruiting trip. 0]ab]\ '#b]$'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) "SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS" (R) (1:51) Stars Colin Farrell, OZ]\UT]`]\SZOab`SQ`cWbW\Ub`W^ ÂľA3D3<>AG16=>/B6AÂś@(#AbO`a1]ZW\4O``SZZ to $125.; (800) 745-3000 b] #:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! (800) 745-3000 Showing at: Nordica (Freeport) Thurs 3:30; Cin&%"#! AV]eW\UOb(<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bBVc`a!(!)1W\ Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell. Directed by MarE]]Rg6O``SZa]\O\RAO[@]QYeSZZ2W`SQbSRPg;O` Nov. 19 - Of Monsters and Men with Soley <]d'Âł=T;]\abS`aO\R;S\eWbVA]ZSg Nov. 3 Joshua Radin and A Fine Frenzy, <]d!Âł8]aVcO@ORW\O\R/4W\S4`S\hg emagic Saco Thurs 12, 2:25,4:50, 7:15, 9:40; Cinemagic S[OUWQAOQ]BVc`a  ( #"(#%(#'(")1W\S[OUWQ tin McDonagh. A struggling screenwriter inadvertently bW\;Q2]\OUV/ab`cUUZW\UaQ`SS\e`WbS`W\ORdS`bS\bZg and Elle King, 7:30 p.m., House of Blues, 7:30 p.m., Orpheum Theatre, Boston. $25 to O\R3ZZS9W\U%(!^[6]caS]T0ZcSa %(!^[=`^VSc[BVSOb`S0]ab]\ #b] Westbrook Thurs-Wed 11:50, 2:20,4:50, 9:50 ESabP`]]YBVc`aESR(# ( "(#%(7:20, '(# becomes entangled in the Los Angeles criminal unPSQ][SaS\bO\UZSRW\bVS:]a/\USZSaQ`W[W\OZc\ $39.50.; (800) 745-3000 Boston. $25 to $30. (800) !'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! 0]ab]\ #b]!:WdS\ObW]\Q][&  derworld after his oddball friends kidnap a gangster's RS`e]`ZROTbS`VWa]RRPOZZT`WS\RaYWR\O^OUO\UabS`¸a Nov. 3 - Journey with Pat Benatar and Neil 745-3000 %"#! - From news services; subject to change <]d!Âł8]c`\SgeWbV>Ob0S\ObO`O\R<SWZ Âł4`][\SeaaS`dWQSa)acPXSQbb]QVO\US beloved Shih Tzu. PSZ]dSRAVWVBhc Showing at: Eveningstar (Brunswick) Fri-Sat AV]eW\UOb(3dS\W\UabO`0`c\aeWQY4`WAOb 1:30, 3:45, 6, 8:15 Sun-Wed 1:30, 3:45, 6; Nickelodeon (!!("#$&(#Ac\ESR(!!("#$)<WQYSZ]RS]\ (Portland) Fri-Wed 1:45,4:45, 7:15,9:45; Cinemagic >]`bZO\R4`WESR("#"("#%(#'("#)1W\S[OUWQ Westbrook Thurs-Wed 12:30, 6:45,9:20 ESabP`]]YBVc`aESR (!!(3:20, $("#'( 

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according to Blavod Original Pure BDDPSEJOHUP#MBWPE0SJHJOBM1VSF Black Vodka, by adding an herb called #MBDL7PELB CZBEEJOHBOIFSCDBMMFE catechu that grows in southern Asia DBUFDIVUIBUHSPXTJOTPVUIFSO"TJB and central and east Africa. The herb BOEDFOUSBMBOEFBTU"GSJDB5IFIFSC has no effect on the vodka's flavor. IBTOPFGGFDUPOUIFWPELBTnBWPS The bartenders at Walter's, 2 Portland 5IFCBSUFOEFSTBU8BMUFST 1PSUMBOE Square in Portland, use black vodka to 4RVBSFJO1PSUMBOE VTFCMBDLWPELBUP make a drink they call the "Barnabas NBLFBESJOLUIFZDBMMUIFi#BSOBCBT Collins." For those of you under 40 or $PMMJOTw'PSUIPTFPGZPVVOEFSPS allergic to Johnny Depp movies, BarnBMMFSHJDUP+PIOOZ%FQQNPWJFT #BSO abas Collins is the 200-year-old vampire BCBT$PMMJOTJTUIFZFBSPMEWBNQJSF from the 1960s TV series and 2012 GSPNUIFT57TFSJFTBOE movie version of "Dark Shadows." NPWJFWFSTJPOPGi%BSL4IBEPXTw BARNABAS COLLINS #"3/"#"4$0--*/4 J ounces black vodka l c/2 PVODFTCMBDLWPELB l/2 ounce lemon juice cPVODFMFNPOKVJDF V2 ounce lime juice cPVODFMJNFKVJDF Please see COCKTAILS, PageE28 Gc\Xj\j\\1=19B/7:AGX^\<)/

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IF.BJOF#SFXFST'FTUJWBM XIJDIXJMM he Maine Brewers Festival, which will GFBUVSFUXPTFTTJPOTPO/PWBUUIF feature two sessions on Nov. 3 at the 1PSUMBOE&YQP XJMMLJDLPGGUIFOJHIU Portland Expo, will kick off the night before with an "Evening with the BrewCFGPSFXJUIBOi&WFOJOHXJUIUIF#SFX ers" VIP event at 6:30. FSTw7*1FWFOUBU 5IFGFTUJWBMJTOPUPGmDJBMMZQBSUPG1PSU The festival is not officially part of Portland Beer Week, which runs Nov. 4-11. But MBOE#FFS8FFL XIJDISVOT/PW#VU JUDPVMECFWJFXFEBTBOBQFSJUJG BOEBMPU it could be viewed as an aperitif, and a lot of the same organizations are involved in PGUIFTBNFPSHBOJ[BUJPOTBSFJOWPMWFEJO CPUIFWFOUT both events. Allison Stevens, the "MMJTPO4UFWFOT UIF CSBJODIJMECFIJOE brainchild behind Portland Beer Week, 1PSUMBOE#FFS8FFL  has agreed to host IBTBHSFFEUPIPTU "Evening with the i&WFOJOHXJUIUIF Brewers" at The #SFXFSTwBU5IF Thirsty Pig, 37 Ex5IJSTUZ1JH &Y DIBOHF4U JOUIF0ME Tnitl Atwoll change St., in the Old luin mwcn 1PSU TBJE.BEFMJOF Port said Madeline 3JMFZ XIPJTPSHBOJ[ What AleS YOU Ril7' w,hofis organizing the festival. JOHUIFGFTUJWBM Riley said that in 3JMFZTBJEUIBUJO many ways, "Evening with the Brewers" NBOZXBZT i&WFOJOHXJUIUIF#SFXFSTw is the best value of the weekend. JTUIFCFTUWBMVFPGUIFXFFLFOE "We originally started 'Evening with the i8FPSJHJOBMMZTUBSUFEA&WFOJOHXJUIUIF Brewers' because the festival has gotten #SFXFSTCFDBVTFUIFGFTUJWBMIBTHPUUFO so big, and it is quite noisy with the bands TPCJH BOEJUJTRVJUFOPJTZXJUIUIFCBOET and everything, that people don't get to BOEFWFSZUIJOH UIBUQFPQMFEPOUHFUUP talk with the brewers," she said. "At the UBMLXJUIUIFCSFXFST wTIFTBJEi"UUIF 'Evening with the Brewers,' they have a A&WFOJOHXJUIUIF#SFXFST UIFZIBWFB panel discussion, and you can get a conQBOFMEJTDVTTJPO BOEZPVDBOHFUBDPO versation going." WFSTBUJPOHPJOHw The food menu for the evening will 5IFGPPENFOVGPSUIFFWFOJOHXJMM include a pig roast. JODMVEFBQJHSPBTU "It is going to be really fun," Riley said. i*UJTHPJOHUPCFSFBMMZGVO w3JMFZTBJE "Allison has made it all happen, and she i"MMJTPOIBTNBEFJUBMMIBQQFO BOETIF gets to the core of what represents Maine HFUTUPUIFDPSFPGXIBUSFQSFTFOUT.BJOF beer in a really fun and exciting way." CFFSJOBSFBMMZGVOBOEFYDJUJOHXBZw Riley said she doesn't know the list of 3JMFZTBJETIFEPFTOULOPXUIFMJTUPG

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1JFQJ[[BXJMMCFDPNJOHCBDL Pie pizza will be coming back. "Love Cupcakes, a food truck working in i-PWF$VQDBLFT BGPPEUSVDLXPSLJOHJO UIFBSFB XJMMCFUIFSFXJUITPNFCFFS the area, will be there with some beerinspired flavors," Riley said. "Amy Gross JOTQJSFEnBWPST w3JMFZTBJEi"NZ(SPTT JTBDUVBMMZCSJOHJOHTPGUQSFU[FMTUPTFMM  is actually bringing soft pretzels to sell, the kind you get at fairs and carnivals, UIFLJOEZPVHFUBUGBJSTBOEDBSOJWBMT  and the perfect morsel for matching with BOEUIFQFSGFDUNPSTFMGPSNBUDIJOHXJUI beer. And we will have Hella Good Tacos, CFFS"OEXFXJMMIBWF)FMMB(PPE5BDPT  another food truck operator." BOPUIFSGPPEUSVDLPQFSBUPSw At the afternoon happy hour session of "UUIFBGUFSOPPOIBQQZIPVSTFTTJPOPG the festival, Nate Bowman of Local Brew UIFGFTUJWBM /BUF#PXNBOPG-PDBM#SFX TV - whose first pilot effort was a show 57oXIPTFmSTUQJMPUFGGPSUXBTBTIPX about Baxter Brewing in Lewiston - will BCPVU#BYUFS#SFXJOHJO-FXJTUPOoXJMM be taping the session for use in a future CFUBQJOHUIFTFTTJPOGPSVTFJOBGVUVSF show, Riley said. TIPX 3JMFZTBJE

participants at "Evening with the BrewQBSUJDJQBOUTBUi&WFOJOHXJUIUIF#SFX ers" yet, but Nathan Sanborn of Rising FSTwZFU CVU/BUIBO4BOCPSOPG3JTJOH Tide is going to be one of them, and she 5JEFJTHPJOHUPCFPOFPGUIFN BOETIF expects she will have brewers from ShipFYQFDUTTIFXJMMIBWFCSFXFSTGSPN4IJQ yard, Gritty's and Geary's - but it had not ZBSE (SJUUZTBOE(FBSZToCVUJUIBEOPU been finalized when I talked to her late CFFOmOBMJ[FEXIFO*UBMLFEUPIFSMBUF last week. MBTUXFFL Tickets for "Evening with the Brewers" 5JDLFUTGPSi&WFOJOHXJUIUIF#SFXFSTw are $69, and are limited to 70 people. The BSF BOEBSFMJNJUFEUPQFPQMF5IF price for either of the two Nov. 3 sessions QSJDFGPSFJUIFSPGUIFUXP/PWTFTTJPOT -1:30 to 5 p.m. and 6:30 to 10 p.m. - is oUPQNBOEUPQNoJT $36. The price for a combination ticket of 5IFQSJDFGPSBDPNCJOBUJPOUJDLFUPG "Evening with the Brewers" and either of i&WFOJOHXJUIUIF#SFXFSTwBOEFJUIFSPG the Nov. 3 sessions is $99. UIF/PWTFTTJPOTJT Riley said the festival is having Event3JMFZTBJEUIFGFTUJWBMJTIBWJOH&WFOU brite handle the ticket sales, so that CSJUFIBOEMFUIFUJDLFUTBMFT TPUIBU part of the operation should be a little QBSUPGUIFPQFSBUJPOTIPVMECFBMJUUMF bit smoother. You can connect to EventCJUTNPPUIFS:PVDBODPOOFDUUP&WFOU brite by going to the festival website, CSJUFCZHPJOHUPUIFGFTUJWBMXFCTJUF MFBSOZPVSCFFSDPN

The Halloween bash at Grace, the res5IF)BMMPXFFOCBTIBU(SBDF UIFSFT taurant located in a church at 15 ChestUBVSBOUMPDBUFEJOBDIVSDIBU$IFTU nut St. in Portland (the staff claims it's OVU4UJO1PSUMBOE UIFTUBGGDMBJNTJUT haunted), is usually packed with revelers IBVOUFE JTVTVBMMZQBDLFEXJUISFWFMFST in creepy costumes dancing under black JODSFFQZDPTUVNFTEBODJOHVOEFSCMBDL lights and drinking Halloween-themed MJHIUTBOEESJOLJOH)BMMPXFFOUIFNFE cocktails from the bar. This year, the staff DPDLUBJMTGSPNUIFCBS5IJTZFBS UIFTUBGG will be serving a new cocktail called the XJMMCFTFSWJOHBOFXDPDLUBJMDBMMFEUIF "Monster Mash." It comes with edible i.POTUFS.BTIw*UDPNFTXJUIFEJCMF shimmer, and the tonic water makes it TIJNNFS BOEUIFUPOJDXBUFSNBLFTJU glow under a black light. Oooh, scary. HMPXVOEFSBCMBDLMJHIU0PPI TDBSZ MONSTER MASH .0/45&3."4)  ounces Grey Goose vodka IVz cPVODFT(SFZ(PPTFWPELB 4 ounces fresh squeezed lemonade PVODFTGSFTITRVFF[FEMFNPOBEF 2 ounces tonic water PVODFTUPOJDXBUFS 1 pinch luster (edible shimmer) QJODIMVTUFS FEJCMFTIJNNFS

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age-old children's treat into something BHFPMEDIJMESFOTUSFBUJOUPTPNFUIJOH an adult can love. Sure, it has calories BOBEVMUDBOMPWF4VSF JUIBTDBMPSJFT like candy corn, but the difference is that MJLFDBOEZDPSO CVUUIFEJGGFSFODFJTUIBU after one or two, you won't care. BGUFSPOFPSUXP ZPVXPOUDBSF CANDY CORN COCKTAIL $"/%:$03/$0$,5"*Carrot Orange Ice: $BSSPU0SBOHF*DF   Vz cup orange simple syrup C/2 cup cDVQPSBOHFTJNQMFTZSVQ cDVQ sugar, y* cup water and zest of one TVHBS  cDVQXBUFSBOE[FTUPGPOF orange, bring to a boil and chill) PSBOHF CSJOHUPBCPJMBOEDIJMM

J/2 cup carrot juice cDVQDBSSPUKVJDF 1 orange, juiced PSBOHF KVJDFE Dash of orange bitters %BTIPGPSBOHFCJUUFST Blend all together and place in pyramid#MFOEBMMUPHFUIFSBOEQMBDFJOQZSBNJE shaped tray. Freeze. TIBQFEUSBZ'SFF[F Cocktail: $PDLUBJM 3 ounces Absolut Vanilla Vodka PVODFT"CTPMVU7BOJMMB7PELB 1 ounce fresh lime juice PVODFGSFTIMJNFKVJDF Cotton candy $PUUPODBOEZ Vanilla floss sugar, as needed 7BOJMMBnPTTTVHBS BTOFFEFE J/4 cup dehydrated corn, processed in cDVQEFIZESBUFEDPSO QSPDFTTFEJO spice grinder until powder TQJDFHSJOEFSVOUJMQPXEFS For cocktail, place one carrot orange 'PSDPDLUBJM QMBDFPOFDBSSPUPSBOHF ice cube in the bottom of a martini glass. JDFDVCFJOUIFCPUUPNPGBNBSUJOJHMBTT In a martini shaker, combine 3 ounces of *OBNBSUJOJTIBLFS DPNCJOFPVODFTPG Absolut Vanilla vodka and 1 ounce fresh "CTPMVU7BOJMMBWPELBBOEPVODFGSFTI lime juice. Pour over carrot orange ice. MJNFKVJDF1PVSPWFSDBSSPUPSBOHFJDF Garnish with vanilla cotton candy dusted (BSOJTIXJUIWBOJMMBDPUUPODBOEZEVTUFE with dehydrated corn. XJUIEFIZESBUFEDPSO

Want something a little tamer but still 8BOUTPNFUIJOHBMJUUMFUBNFSCVUTUJMM funky looking?"UUIF,FOOFCVOL*OO  At the Kennebunk Inn, 45 GVOLZMPPLJOH Main St., and its restaurant, Academe .BJO4U BOEJUTSFTUBVSBOU "DBEFNF Brasserie, the "Candy Corn Cocktail" #SBTTFSJF UIFi$BOEZ$PSO$PDLUBJMw comes with carrot-orange ice and a topDPNFTXJUIDBSSPUPSBOHFJDFBOEBUPQ ping of vanilla cotton candy, turning that QJOHPGWBOJMMBDPUUPODBOEZ UVSOJOHUIBU

Pete Witham and The Cozmik Zombies 1FUF8JUIBNBOE5IF$P[NJL;PNCJFT will be playing at Bayside Bowl, 58 Alder XJMMCFQMBZJOHBU#BZTJEF#PXM "MEFS St., on Halloween night. To mark the oc4U PO)BMMPXFFOOJHIU5PNBSLUIFPD casion, the staff has created a "Cozmik DBTJPO UIFTUBGGIBTDSFBUFEBi$P[NJL Zombie" cocktail, and with two kinds of ;PNCJFwDPDLUBJM BOEXJUIUXPLJOETPG rum, brandy and Bacardi 151, it's a real SVN CSBOEZBOE#BDBSEJ JUTBSFBM

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WE BOUGHT a mixed 12-pack of 8&#06()5BNJYFEQBDLPG Dundee beers at the supermarket %VOEFFCFFSTBUUIFTVQFSNBSLFU recently, just to test it out. Dundee is SFDFOUMZ KVTUUPUFTUJUPVU%VOEFFJT brewed in Rochester, N.Y., and owned by Two bands have been announced as 5XPCBOETIBWFCFFOBOOPVODFEBT CSFXFEJO3PDIFTUFS /: BOEPXOFECZ playing the festival. The Mallett BrothGenessee Brewing Co. QMBZJOHUIFGFTUJWBM5IF.BMMFUU#SPUI (FOFTTFF#SFXJOH$P ers Band, an alt-country/rock band from Dundee's first beer was Honey Brown, FST#BOE BOBMUDPVOUSZSPDLCBOEGSPN %VOEFFTmSTUCFFSXBT)POFZ#SPXO  Portland, is the headliner. Dirigo - made a middle-of-the-road brown ale good for 1PSUMBOE JTUIFIFBEMJOFS%JSJHPoNBEF BNJEEMFPGUIFSPBECSPXOBMFHPPEGPS drinking while watching sporting events. up of Erik Glocklere and Luke Patchen VQPG&SJL(MPDLMFSFBOE-VLF1BUDIFO ESJOLJOHXIJMFXBUDIJOHTQPSUJOHFWFOUT Montgomery of Strangefolk; Stevie Jones; The beers offered in the 12-pack were .POUHPNFSZPG4USBOHFGPML4UFWJF+POFT 5IFCFFSTPGGFSFEJOUIFQBDLXFSF and RUSS Lawton of the Trey Anastasio Pale Bock Lager, Stout, Pilsner and India BOE3VTT-BXUPOPGUIF5SFZ"OBTUBTJP 1BMF#PDL-BHFS 4UPVU 1JMTOFSBOE*OEJB Band - will also perform. Pale Ale. #BOEoXJMMBMTPQFSGPSN 1BMF"MF Riley said all of the larger Maine brewThe price for the 12-pack was $11.50, 3JMFZTBJEBMMPGUIFMBSHFS.BJOFCSFX 5IFQSJDFGPSUIFQBDLXBT  ers will be taking part in the festival, and QVUUJOHJUXFMMCFMPXUIFDIBSHFECZ putting it well below the $15 charged by FSTXJMMCFUBLJOHQBSUJOUIFGFTUJWBM BOE she is also trying to get as many of the most craft beers. TIFJTBMTPUSZJOHUPHFUBTNBOZPGUIF NPTUDSBGUCFFST smaller ones as she can. The only one of the four I really liked TNBMMFSPOFTBTTIFDBO 5IFPOMZPOFPGUIFGPVS*SFBMMZMJLFE "Some of them just don't have the was the Pale Bock Lager. It was nicely i4PNFPGUIFNKVTUEPOUIBWFUIF XBTUIF1BMF#PDL-BHFS*UXBTOJDFMZ rich, sweet and fairly complex. The India capacity to do a show like this," she said. SJDI TXFFUBOEGBJSMZDPNQMFY5IF*OEJB DBQBDJUZUPEPBTIPXMJLFUIJT wTIFTBJE "Oxbow made a great effort last year Pale Ale was pretty good, and the other i0YCPXNBEFBHSFBUFGGPSUMBTUZFBS 1BMF"MFXBTQSFUUZHPPE BOEUIFPUIFS when they were just starting out, and they UXPXFSFNJEEMFPGUIFSPBE two were middle-of-the-road. XIFOUIFZXFSFKVTUTUBSUJOHPVU BOEUIFZ are coming back. And we were really glad BSFDPNJOHCBDL"OEXFXFSFSFBMMZHMBE Tom Atwell is a freelance writer living in Cape to get Rising Tide." UPHFU3JTJOH5JEFw B][/beSZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`ZWdW\UW\1O^S The food offerings are also being Elizabeth. He can be contacted at 767-2297 or at: 5IFGPPEPGGFSJOHTBSFBMTPCFJOH 3ZWhOPSbV6SQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%$% '%]`Ob( changed quite a bit, although Portland DIBOHFERVJUFBCJU BMUIPVHI1PSUMBOE b][ObeSZZ.[SQ][ Courtesy photo 1]c`bSag^V]b]

killer. Don't drink too many, or they might LJMMFS%POUESJOLUPPNBOZ PSUIFZNJHIU eat your brain. FBUZPVSCSBJO COZMIK ZOMBIE $0;.*,;0.#*& 1 ounce light rum PVODFMJHIUSVN 1 ounce dark rum PVODFEBSLSVN Vz ounce blackberry brandy cPVODFCMBDLCFSSZCSBOEZ Vz ounce Bacardi 151 cPVODF#BDBSEJ Pineapple juice 1JOFBQQMFKVJDF Orange juice 0SBOHFKVJDF Lime juice -JNFKVJDF Add rum, brandy and juice to a shaker "EESVN CSBOEZBOEKVJDFUPBTIBLFS with ice. Shake and strain over ice into a XJUIJDF4IBLFBOETUSBJOPWFSJDFJOUPB rocks glass. Float with Bacardi 151. SPDLTHMBTT'MPBUXJUI#BDBSEJ The folks at Damariscotta River Grill, 5IFGPMLTBU%BNBSJTDPUUB3JWFS(SJMM  155 Main St., vant to suck your blooooood. .BJO4U WBOUUPTVDLZPVSCMPPPPPPE Or at least sip a nice Absolute Ruby Red 0SBUMFBTUTJQBOJDF"CTPMVUF3VCZ3FE cocktail that looks like your blood. If the DPDLUBJMUIBUMPPLTMJLFZPVSCMPPE*GUIF thought of drinking blood makes you UIPVHIUPGESJOLJOHCMPPENBLFTZPV squeamish, just pretend you're Edward TRVFBNJTI KVTUQSFUFOEZPVSF&EXBSE Cullen and you've finally "transformed" $VMMFOBOEZPVWFmOBMMZiUSBOTGPSNFEw Bella Swan. Drink up! #FMMB4XBO%SJOLVQ BLOODY FANG #-00%:'"/(  ounces Absolut Ruby Red Vodka IVz cPVODFT"CTPMVU3VCZ3FE7PELB Vz ounce Xrated Fusion Liqueur cPVODF9SBUFE'VTJPO-JRVFVS yz ounce blood orange puree cPVODFCMPPEPSBOHFQVSFF Shake until ice crystals appear, then 4IBLFVOUJMJDFDSZTUBMTBQQFBS UIFO strain into a chilled martini glass. Drop TUSBJOJOUPBDIJMMFENBSUJOJHMBTT%SPQ a grenadine ice cube in the glass and BHSFOBEJOFJDFDVCFJOUIFHMBTTBOE garnish with candy corn. HBSOJTIXJUIDBOEZDPSO Staff Writer Meredith Goad can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`;S`SRWbV5]ORQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6332]`Ob( or at: %'$!! mgoad@pressherald. com [U]OR.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: MeredithGoad BeWbbS`(;S`SRWbV5]OR


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Chicago Dogs has a definite sports theme and an owner, Joe 1VWQOU]2]UaVOaORSÂż\WbSa^]`babVS[SO\RO\]e\S`8]S Palmieri, who hosts a morning sports talk show on Portland radio. >OZ[WS`WeV]V]abaO[]`\W\Ua^]`babOZYaV]e]\>]`bZO\R`ORW] sports taiK snow on tne PortTQPSUTUBMLTIPXPOUIF1PSU land AM radio station known as MBOE".SBEJPTUBUJPOLOPXOBT The Big Jab. Not surprisingly, 5IF#JH+BC/PUTVSQSJTJOHMZ  the place has a definite sports UIFQMBDFIBTBEFmOJUFTQPSUT theme, with TVs showing sports UIFNF XJUI57TTIPXJOHTQPSUT news all day long and photos OFXTBMMEBZMPOHBOEQIPUPT of sports stars hanging on the PGTQPSUTTUBSTIBOHJOHPOUIF walls and over most tables. XBMMTBOEPWFSNPTUUBCMFT The booth in which I sat had a 5IFCPPUIJOXIJDI*TBUIBEB picture of famed Chicago Cubs QJDUVSFPGGBNFE$IJDBHP$VCT slugger Ernie Banks. TMVHHFS&SOJF#BOLT When I ordered, my server 8IFO*PSEFSFE NZTFSWFS gave me a receipt with my order HBWFNFBSFDFJQUXJUINZPSEFS number, 22. OVNCFS  "You've got 22, Doug Flutie," i:PVWFHPU %PVH'MVUJF w

she said without missing a beat. TIFTBJEXJUIPVUNJTTJOHBCFBU (Flutie, the former Boston Col 'MVUJF UIFGPSNFS#PTUPO$PM lege and NFL quarterback, was MFHFBOE/'-RVBSUFSCBDL XBT indeed No. 22.) She did this for JOEFFE/P 4IFEJEUIJTGPS everyone in line, but my mind FWFSZPOFJOMJOF CVUNZNJOE was not quick enough to catch XBTOPURVJDLFOPVHIUPDBUDI all the other sports stars' names BMMUIFPUIFSTQPSUTTUBSTOBNFT she attached to numbers. TIFBUUBDIFEUPOVNCFST My hot dog was indeed fat, .ZIPUEPHXBTJOEFFEGBU  as its menu moniker indicated, BTJUTNFOVNPOJLFSJOEJDBUFE  with a nice snap to it and a fairly XJUIBOJDFTOBQUPJUBOEBGBJSMZ mild flavor. It was on a poppy NJMEnBWPS*UXBTPOBQPQQZ seed bun with lots of dressing, TFFECVOXJUIMPUTPGESFTTJOH  cheese and sauerkraut. It came DIFFTFBOETBVFSLSBVU*UDBNF with a huge portion of hand-cut XJUIBIVHFQPSUJPOPGIBOEDVU

home" by his nefarious brother (Hugh IPNFwCZIJTOFGBSJPVTCSPUIFS )VHI Grant), and a 2300s Hawaiian goat herd(SBOU BOEBT)BXBJJBOHPBUIFSE er (Hanks) who is visited by a woman FS )BOLT XIPJTWJTJUFECZBXPNBO Page E14 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3" from the future (Berry) and imperiled GSPNUIFGVUVSF #FSSZ BOEJNQFSJMFE by a savage chieftain (Grant), and about CZBTBWBHFDIJFGUBJO (SBOU BOEBCPVU didn't care if one read the novel first or EJEOUDBSFJGPOFSFBEUIFOPWFMGJSTUPS a journalist (Berry) trying to expose an BKPVSOBMJTU #FSSZ USZJOHUPFYQPTFBO saw the movie (as long as one reads the JODJQJFOUOVDMFBSEJTBTUFSJO BOEB TBXUIFNPWJF BTMPOHBTPOFSFBETUIF incipient nuclear disaster in 1973, and a book). And of course, so many people CPPL "OEPGDPVSTF TPNBOZQFPQMF genetically engineered worker (Korea's HFOFUJDBMMZFOHJOFFSFEXPSLFS ,PSFBT have read the book that for many the IBWFSFBEUIFCPPLUIBUGPSNBOZUIF Doona Bae) in league with an anticor%PPOB#BF JOMFBHVFXJUIBOBOUJDPS point is moot. (About 300,000 paperback QPSBUJTUSFWPMVUJPOBSZ 4UVSHFTT JOUIF QPJOUJTNPPU "CPVU QBQFSCBDL poratist revolutionary (Sturgess) in the copies are in print in the United States DPQJFTBSFJOQSJOUJOUIF6OJUFE4UBUFT year 2144. ZFBS alone). BMPOF  What the movie does - and the book 8IBUUIFNPWJFEPFToBOEUIFCPPL Ordinarily, movie adaptations ignore 0SEJOBSJMZ NPWJFBEBQUBUJPOTJHOPSF couldn't - is have the various cast play DPVMEOUoJTIBWFUIFWBSJPVTDBTUQMBZ their source material rather easily. UIFJSTPVSDFNBUFSJBMSBUIFSFBTJMZ various characters, punctuating the WBSJPVTDIBSBDUFST QVODUVBUJOHUIF But "Cloud Atlas" is a special case. It's #VUi$MPVE"UMBTwJTBTQFDJBMDBTF*UT theme of eternal souls and universal UIFNFPGFUFSOBMTPVMTBOEVOJWFSTBM about the sea voyage of a 19th-century BCPVUUIFTFBWPZBHFPGBUIDFOUVSZ oneness. POFOFTT San Francisco attorney (Jim Sturgess) 4BO'SBODJTDPBUUPSOFZ +JN4UVSHFTT  "It was just so different," Sturgess i*UXBTKVTUTPEJGGFSFOU w4UVSHFTT who aids a runaway slave (David Gyasi) TBJEi5IFXIPMFJEFBPGJUXBTTPCJ XIPBJETBSVOBXBZTMBWF %BWJE(ZBTJ  said. "The whole idea of it was so biand is poisoned by a shady shipmate BOEJTQPJTPOFECZBTIBEZTIJQNBUF zarre and out there, we all approached it [BSSFBOEPVUUIFSF XFBMMBQQSPBDIFEJU (Hanks). And it's about a poor, pre-World UIFTBNFXBZ UIBUJUXBTDSB[Z TUVQJE  )BOLT "OEJUTBCPVUBQPPS QSF8PSME the same way, that it was crazy, stupid, War I composer (Ben Whishaw) who 8BS*DPNQPTFS #FO8IJTIBX XIP outlandish and amazing all at the same PVUMBOEJTIBOEBNB[JOHBMMBUUIFTBNF becomes the amanuensis of an older, CFDPNFTUIFBNBOVFOTJTPGBOPMEFS  time. Everyone had the same attitude, UJNF&WFSZPOFIBEUIFTBNFBUUJUVEF  famous musician (Jim Broadbent), and XIJDIXBTUPIBWFGVOXJUIJUSBUIFS GBNPVTNVTJDJBO +JN#SPBECFOU BOE which was to have fun with it rather about a publisher in present-day Britain UIBOCFDPNJOHTUSFTTGVMBOEJOUFOTF BCPVUBQVCMJTIFSJOQSFTFOUEBZ#SJUBJO than becoming stressful and intense. (Broadbent) who's committed to a "rest *UXBTBCJHESFTTVQQMBZUJNFGPSUIF #SPBECFOU XIPTDPNNJUUFEUPBiSFTU It was a big dress-up playtime for the

fries - sort of like the ones you GSJFToTPSUPGMJLFUIFPOFTZPV get at a fair, but thinner. Overall, HFUBUBGBJS CVUUIJOOFS0WFSBMM  it was a very filling lunch, probJUXBTBWFSZmMMJOHMVODI QSPC ably more than I should have BCMZNPSFUIBO*TIPVMEIBWF ordered. PSEFSFE Other interesting dogs on the 0UIFSJOUFSFTUJOHEPHTPOUIF menu are the signature Chicago NFOVBSFUIFTJHOBUVSF$IJDBHP Dog, with tomatoes, pickles, %PH XJUIUPNBUPFT QJDLMFT  onions, mustard, bright green POJPOT NVTUBSE CSJHIUHSFFO relish, celery salt and peppers, SFMJTI DFMFSZTBMUBOEQFQQFST  as well as a corn dog and a chiliBTXFMMBTBDPSOEPHBOEBDIJMJ cheese dog. DIFFTFEPH There's also a "beef and 5IFSFTBMTPBiCFFGBOE sausages" section to the menu, TBVTBHFTwTFDUJPOUPUIFNFOV  which includes an Italian beef XIJDIJODMVEFTBO*UBMJBOCFFG

actors." BDUPSTw "What I got from it," said Berry, "was i8IBU*HPUGSPNJU wTBJE#FSSZ iXBT something I think I already knew - that TPNFUIJOH*UIJOL*BMSFBEZLOFXoUIBU what we do or don't do reverberates XIBUXFEPPSEPOUEPSFWFSCFSBUFT throughout time. And how we act affects UISPVHIPVUUJNF"OEIPXXFBDUBGGFDUT others - perhaps not just in this life. I do PUIFSToQFSIBQTOPUKVTUJOUIJTMJGF*EP believe in reincarnation and that we've CFMJFWFJOSFJODBSOBUJPOBOEUIBUXFWF been here before. My real take-away CFFOIFSFCFGPSF.ZSFBMUBLFBXBZ was to be very mindful of everything I XBTUPCFWFSZNJOEGVMPGFWFSZUIJOH* do and say, or support and not support, EPBOETBZ PSTVQQPSUBOEOPUTVQQPSU  what I teach my daughter. And how I XIBU*UFBDINZEBVHIUFS"OEIPX* treat other people. USFBUPUIFSQFPQMF "We say we're the most spoiled actors i8FTBZXFSFUIFNPTUTQPJMFEBDUPST in Hollywood," she said of the "Cloud AtJO)PMMZXPPE wTIFTBJEPGUIFi$MPVE"U las" cast. "On our next projects, we'll be MBTwDBTUi0OPVSOFYUQSPKFDUT XFMMCF saying, 'We only get to play one person?' TBZJOH A8FPOMZHFUUPQMBZPOFQFSTPO It was the best fun you can imagine." *UXBTUIFCFTUGVOZPVDBOJNBHJOFw In explaining the approach that he *OFYQMBJOJOHUIFBQQSPBDIUIBUIF and his fellow director-screenwriters BOEIJTGFMMPXEJSFDUPSTDSFFOXSJUFST took, Andy Wachowski said what they UPPL "OEZ8BDIPXTLJTBJEXIBUUIFZ attempted to match was the experience BUUFNQUFEUPNBUDIXBTUIFFYQFSJFODF of having read the book, rather than PGIBWJOHSFBEUIFCPPL SBUIFSUIBO reading it. "You read a book, you go to SFBEJOHJUi:PVSFBEBCPPL ZPVHPUP bed, you think about it, you sleep on CFE ZPVUIJOLBCPVUJU ZPVTMFFQPO it," he said. "It impresses itself on your JU wIFTBJEi*UJNQSFTTFTJUTFMGPOZPVS

sandwich ($5.99), a Chicago or TBOEXJDI  B$IJDBHPPS Philly cheese steak ($6.79 for 1IJMMZDIFFTFTUFBL GPS a large) and a Polish sausage BMBSHF BOEB1PMJTITBVTBHF sandwich ($4.49). The 10 or so TBOEXJDI  5IFPSTP items on this section all come in JUFNTPOUIJTTFDUJPOBMMDPNFJO combos as well. DPNCPTBTXFMM Other menu items include 0UIFSNFOVJUFNTJODMVEF chicken wings and tenders, DIJDLFOXJOHTBOEUFOEFST  burgers, salads and wraps. CVSHFST TBMBETBOEXSBQT But if you're going to a place #VUJGZPVSFHPJOHUPBQMBDF called Chicago Dogs, you really DBMMFE$IJDBHP%PHT ZPVSFBMMZ need to try the dogs. OFFEUPUSZUIFEPHT Really. 3FBMMZ The staff of GO anonymously samples BVSabOTT]T5=O\]\g[]caZgaO[^ZSa meals for about $10. [SOZaT]`OP]cb

subconscious. While this is happening, TVCDPOTDJPVT8IJMFUIJTJTIBQQFOJOH  your brain is finding connections in the ZPVSCSBJOJTGJOEJOHDPOOFDUJPOTJOUIF book of the sort David Mitchell has ingeCPPLPGUIFTPSU%BWJE.JUDIFMMIBTJOHF niously laid out between narratives." To OJPVTMZMBJEPVUCFUXFFOOBSSBUJWFTw5P achieve the same kind of effect, he said, BDIJFWFUIFTBNFLJOEPGFGGFDU IFTBJE  they "struck on this idea of the mosaic." UIFZiTUSVDLPOUIJTJEFBPGUIFNPTBJDw Those familiar with "Cloud Atlas" 5IPTFGBNJMJBSXJUIi$MPVE"UMBTw know the number six figures promiLOPXUIFOVNCFSTJYGJHVSFTQSPNJ nently (six story lines, the sextet written OFOUMZ TJYTUPSZMJOFT UIFTFYUFUXSJUUFO by Whishaw's character, James D'Arcy's CZ8IJTIBXTDIBSBDUFS +BNFT%"SDZT character, Rufus Sixsmith, etc.). The DIBSBDUFS 3VGVT4JYTNJUI FUD 5IF only actors who play six roles, however, POMZBDUPSTXIPQMBZTJYSPMFT IPXFWFS  are Hanks and Berry. So they must be BSF)BOLTBOE#FSSZ4PUIFZNVTUCF the stars. UIFTUBST Right? 3JHIU "I think Doona Bae is the main chari*UIJOL%PPOB#BFJTUIFNBJODIBS acter," Hanks said of his Korean co-star. BDUFS w)BOLTTBJEPGIJT,PSFBODPTUBS "She's the one who actually articulates i4IFTUIFPOFXIPBDUVBMMZBSUJDVMBUFT the crux of the story, and it made me UIFDSVYPGUIFTUPSZ BOEJUNBEFNF slap my head in wonder: She's talking to TMBQNZIFBEJOXPOEFS4IFTUBMLJOHUP James D'Arcy, and she says, 'The truth +BNFT%"SDZ BOETIFTBZT A5IFUSVUI is singular; its versions are mistruths.' JTTJOHVMBSJUTWFSTJPOTBSFNJTUSVUIT And I said, 'Holy smoke, to have that "OE*TBJE A)PMZTNPLF UPIBWFUIBU thrown down at the beginning of the UISPXOEPXOBUUIFCFHJOOJOHPGUIF movie! This is going to be some ride.' " NPWJF5IJTJTHPJOHUPCFTPNFSJEFw

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hen I walked into Yosaku IFO*XBMLFEJOUP:PTBLV JO1PSUMBOEPOBSFDFOU in Portland on a recent Saturday night, I was over4BUVSEBZOJHIU *XBTPWFS XIFMNFEBUIPXCVTZUIFTNBMM whelmed at how busy the small Japanese restaurant was. +BQBOFTFSFTUBVSBOUXBT "Are there two seats at the i"SFUIFSFUXPTFBUTBUUIF bar?"w*BTLFEUIFIPTUFTTCZUIF I asked the hostess by the CBS door. EPPS She directed me toward the 4IFEJSFDUFENFUPXBSEUIF right-hand side of the restaurant SJHIUIBOETJEFPGUIFSFTUBVSBOU and slapped menus down in front BOETMBQQFENFOVTEPXOJOGSPOU of two seats at the bar. I guess I PGUXPTFBUTBUUIFCBS*HVFTT* should have been more specific, TIPVMEIBWFCFFONPSFTQFDJmD  however, because the bar where IPXFWFS CFDBVTFUIFCBSXIFSF she sat Peter and I was the sushi TIFTBU1FUFSBOE*XBTUIFTVTIJ bar, not the cocktail bar. CBS OPUUIFDPDLUBJMCBS Turns out there weren't two 5VSOTPVUUIFSFXFSFOUUXP seats at the cocktail bar for us TFBUTBUUIFDPDLUBJMCBSGPSVT anyway. The cocktail bar is short, BOZXBZ5IFDPDLUBJMCBSJTTIPSU  with only about six bar stools. The XJUIPOMZBCPVUTJYCBSTUPPMT5IF sushi bar is about twice as long. TVTIJCBSJTBCPVUUXJDFBTMPOH And while I'm one who enjoys "OEXIJMF*NPOFXIPFOKPZT watching bartenders mix cockXBUDIJOHCBSUFOEFSTNJYDPDL tails, I was even more fascinated UBJMT *XBTFWFONPSFGBTDJOBUFE by the chefs working on elaborate CZUIFDIFGTXPSLJOHPOFMBCPSBUF sushi rolls in front of me. Their TVTIJSPMMTJOGSPOUPGNF5IFJS nimble fingers worked quickly OJNCMFmOHFSTXPSLFERVJDLMZ as they communicated with each BTUIFZDPNNVOJDBUFEXJUIFBDI other in Japanese. With a busy PUIFSJO+BQBOFTF8JUIBCVTZ restaurant, they were all business SFTUBVSBOU UIFZXFSFBMMCVTJOFTT and remained extremely focused. BOESFNBJOFEFYUSFNFMZGPDVTFE I was so caught up watching *XBTTPDBVHIUVQXBUDIJOH them, I forgot to even look at the UIFN *GPSHPUUPFWFOMPPLBUUIF bar menu before our waitress CBSNFOVCFGPSFPVSXBJUSFTT came around. While Yosaku DBNFBSPVOE8IJMF:PTBLV offers a full selection of white PGGFSTBGVMMTFMFDUJPOPGXIJUF and red wines, its true specialty BOESFEXJOFT JUTUSVFTQFDJBMUZ is a range of sake selections. If JTBSBOHFPGTBLFTFMFDUJPOT*G you're a fan of sake, you could ZPVSFBGBOPGTBLF ZPVDPVME spend anywhere between $5 for TQFOEBOZXIFSFCFUXFFOGPS a small carafe of Ozeki Hot Sake BTNBMMDBSBGFPG0[FLJ)PU4BLF

WHERE: 1 Danforth St., Portland E63@3(2O\T]`bVAb>]`bZO\R PHONE: 780-0880 >6=<3(%&&& HOURS: 11:30 to 2^[O\R p.m. and 6=C@A((!b] 5 to 9:30 p.m. Monday to #b]'(!^[;]\ROgb] Thursday; 11:30 to 2^[O\R p.m. and BVc`aROg)(!b] 5 to 10:30 p.m. Friday; noon #b](!^[4`WROg)\]]\ to 3 p.m. and 5 to 10:30 p.m. b]!^[O\R#b](!^[ Saturday; noon to 3 p.m. and AObc`ROg)\]]\b]!^[O\R 5 to 9:30 p.m. Sunday #b]'(!^[Ac\ROg PARKING: Small parking lot and >/@97<5(A[OZZ^O`YW\UZ]bO\R on-street parking ]\ab`SSb^O`YW\U SCENE: A traditional Japanese A13<3(/b`ORWbW]\OZ8O^O\SaS restaurant with a small `SabOc`O\beWbVOa[OZZ cocktail bar and more seating Q]QYbOWZPO`O\R[]`SaSObW\U at the sushi bar ObbVSacaVWPO`

with a group of friends. But it's XJUIBHSPVQPGGSJFOET#VUJUT a great spot to meet a friend BHSFBUTQPUUPNFFUBGSJFOE or take a date. It's less about PSUBLFBEBUF*UTMFTTBCPVU the drinks and more about the UIFESJOLTBOENPSFBCPVUUIF experience. FYQFSJFODF Peter and I enjoyed the enter1FUFSBOE*FOKPZFEUIFFOUFS tainment of the sushi chefs. Folks UBJONFOUPGUIFTVTIJDIFGT'PMLT sitting behind us enjoyed tradiTJUUJOHCFIJOEVTFOKPZFEUSBEJ tional Japanese seating, barefoot UJPOBM+BQBOFTFTFBUJOH CBSFGPPU Derek Davis/Staff Photographer BOETJUUJOHPOUIFnPPSBUMPX and sitting on the floor at low 2S`SY2OdWaAbOTT>V]b]U`O^VS` Sake with drinking cups and a cedar box, called a masu, at Yosaku in Portland. tables. If you're not interested in AOYSeWbVR`W\YW\UQc^aO\ROQSRO`P]fQOZZSRO[OacObG]aOYcW\>]`bZO\R UBCMFT*GZPVSFOPUJOUFSFTUFEJO sitting on the floor or at the bar, TJUUJOHPOUIFnPPSPSBUUIFCBS  limited to seven, ranging from $7 JUEPXO5IFDVQPGUIFNBSUJOJ up to $40 for Komatsu Tatewaki it down: The cup of the martini Yosaku does have regular dining :PTBLVEPFTIBWFSFHVMBSEJOJOH MJNJUFEUPTFWFO SBOHJOHGSPN VQUPGPS,PNBUTV5BUFXBLJ "Samurai" Taru Sake. to $8, but the bar is fully stocked. HMBTT NJOVTUIFTUFN SFTUFE glass, minus the stem, rested tables as well. UBCMFTBTXFMM UP CVUUIFCBSJTGVMMZTUPDLFE i4BNVSBJw5BSV4BLF Yosaku also has four beers on A couple of ladies sitting nearby OJDFMZJOBTNBMMmTICPXMTIBQFE nicely in a small fish bowl-shaped *UTBGVOQMBDFUPHPGPSTPNF It's a fun place to go for some"DPVQMFPGMBEJFTTJUUJOHOFBSCZ :PTBLVBMTPIBTGPVSCFFSTPO tap. Peter tried the Kirin Ichiban XFSFTJQQJOHPOTPNF$PTNPT thing different and try something were sipping on some Cosmos glass filled with ice. Not only did UIJOHEJGGFSFOUBOEUSZTPNFUIJOH HMBTTmMMFEXJUIJDF/PUPOMZEJE UBQ1FUFSUSJFEUIF,JSJO*DIJCBO for $4.50, which he said was a that were a light shade of pink. it keep their drinks cold, it made OFX XIFUIFSUIBUTEJGGFSFOU new, whether that's different JULFFQUIFJSESJOLTDPME JUNBEF UIBUXFSFBMJHIUTIBEFPGQJOL GPS XIJDIIFTBJEXBTB very tasty beer. For those uninAnd these cocktails weren't for a fancy way to serve the sake or a more adventurous TBLFPSBNPSFBEWFOUVSPVT GPSBGBODZXBZUPTFSWFUIF "OEUIFTFDPDLUBJMTXFSFOU WFSZUBTUZCFFS'PSUIPTFVOJO terested in branching out to try served in your typical martini cocktail. sushi roll. TVTIJSPMM DPDLUBJM TFSWFEJOZPVSUZQJDBMNBSUJOJ UFSFTUFEJOCSBODIJOHPVUUPUSZ something different, the bar has HMBTT*OTUFBE :PTBLVIBTUIF glass. Instead, Yosaku has the While Yosaku offers beer, wine, 8IJMF:PTBLVPGGFSTCFFS XJOF  TPNFUIJOHEJGGFSFOU UIFCBSIBT perfect solution to keeping your Emma Bouthillette is a freelance writer Allagash and Geary's seasonal. sake and cocktails, it's not the TBLFBOEDPDLUBJMT JUTOPUUIF QFSGFDUTPMVUJPOUPLFFQJOHZPVS "MMBHBTIBOE(FBSZTTFBTPOBM 3[[O0]cbVWZZSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS` who lives in Biddeford. The list of specialty cocktails is ESJOLDIJMMFEXJUIPVUXBUFSJOH drink chilled without watering kind of bar you'd go to hang out LJOEPGCBSZPVEHPUPIBOHPVU 5IFMJTUPGTQFDJBMUZDPDLUBJMTJT eV]ZWdSaW\0WRRST]`R


Continued from Page E5 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3# No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles /PIJUPOUIF#JMMCPBSE)PUTJOHMFT chart. DIBSU Partly on the strength of that song, the 1BSUMZPOUIFTUSFOHUIPGUIBUTPOH UIF members of fun. are headlining shows NFNCFSTPGGVOBSFIFBEMJOJOHTIPXT around the country, performing on BSPVOEUIFDPVOUSZ QFSGPSNJOHPO national TV and lending their clout to OBUJPOBM57BOEMFOEJOHUIFJSDMPVUUP causes. DBVTFT When fun. plays Portland's State 8IFOGVOQMBZT1PSUMBOET4UBUF Theatre to a full house on Wednesday, 5IFBUSFUPBGVMMIPVTFPO8FEOFTEBZ  it will be a benefit for Mainers United JUXJMMCFBCFOFmUGPS.BJOFST6OJUFE for Marriage, which supports same-sex GPS.BSSJBHF XIJDITVQQPSUTTBNFTFY marriage. Dost said the band has lent NBSSJBHF%PTUTBJEUIFCBOEIBTMFOU its name to the legalization of same-sex JUTOBNFUPUIFMFHBMJ[BUJPOPGTBNFTFY marriage in other states as well. NBSSJBHFJOPUIFSTUBUFTBTXFMM No one in the band is in a same-sex re/PPOFJOUIFCBOEJTJOBTBNFTFYSF lationship; they just all feel strongly that MBUJPOTIJQUIFZKVTUBMMGFFMTUSPOHMZUIBU people should be allowed to marry who QFPQMFTIPVMECFBMMPXFEUPNBSSZXIP they want, Dost said. UIFZXBOU %PTUTBJE "I love my wife, and I just can't imagine i*MPWFNZXJGF BOE*KVTUDBOUJNBHJOF anyone telling me I couldn't marry her," BOZPOFUFMMJOHNF*DPVMEOUNBSSZIFS w he said. "I just don't think it's fair that IFTBJEi*KVTUEPOUUIJOLJUTGBJSUIBU some couples don't have the same rights TPNFDPVQMFTEPOUIBWFUIFTBNFSJHIUT as we do." BTXFEPw Although the band's name is fun., Dost "MUIPVHIUIFCBOETOBNFJTGVO %PTU says the members take their ability to TBZTUIFNFNCFSTUBLFUIFJSBCJMJUZUP

speak out on causes seriously. He unTQFBLPVUPODBVTFTTFSJPVTMZ)FVO derstands that some people involved in EFSTUBOETUIBUTPNFQFPQMFJOWPMWFEJO politics might want musicians to stay out QPMJUJDTNJHIUXBOUNVTJDJBOTUPTUBZPVU of politics or social causes, but he and his PGQPMJUJDTPSTPDJBMDBVTFT CVUIFBOEIJT bandmates want to use their platform to CBOENBUFTXBOUUPVTFUIFJSQMBUGPSNUP impact causes. JNQBDUDBVTFT "A lot of bands in our position aren't i"MPUPGCBOETJOPVSQPTJUJPOBSFOU very vocal, and I know some people WFSZWPDBM BOE*LOPXTPNFQFPQMF probably don't think it's ideal for us to be QSPCBCMZEPOUUIJOLJUTJEFBMGPSVTUPCF speaking out," said Dost. "But we really TQFBLJOHPVU wTBJE%PTUi#VUXFSFBMMZ want to use our music to make an impact XBOUUPVTFPVSNVTJDUPNBLFBOJNQBDU on things we believe in." POUIJOHTXFCFMJFWFJOw

Flin. is certainly having an impact on 'VOJTDFSUBJOMZIBWJOHBOJNQBDUPO the music scene. "We Are Young" is the UIFNVTJDTDFOFi8F"SF:PVOHwJTUIF only song to receive 300,000-plus digiPOMZTPOHUPSFDFJWF QMVTEJHJ tal downloads each week for six weeks UBMEPXOMPBETFBDIXFFLGPSTJYXFFLT straight. The follow-up single, "Some TUSBJHIU5IFGPMMPXVQTJOHMF i4PNF Nights," reached No. 3, as did the album /JHIUT wSFBDIFE/P BTEJEUIFBMCVN of the same name. PGUIFTBNFOBNF The band is scheduled to be the musical 5IFCBOEJTTDIFEVMFEUPCFUIFNVTJDBM guest on the Nov. 3 episode of "Saturday HVFTUPOUIF/PWFQJTPEFPGi4BUVSEBZ Night Live" on NBC. The host that night /JHIU-JWFwPO/#$5IFIPTUUIBUOJHIU will be comedian Louis C.K., who is doing XJMMCFDPNFEJBO-PVJT$, XIPJTEPJOH a show at Portland's Merrill Auditorium BTIPXBU1PSUMBOET.FSSJMM"VEJUPSJVN on Nov. 7. PO/PW Dost, 29, grew up in northern Michigan, %PTU  HSFXVQJOOPSUIFSO.JDIJHBO  and says his parents "forced" him into BOETBZTIJTQBSFOUTiGPSDFEwIJNJOUP piano lessons. When he was 10 or 11, he QJBOPMFTTPOT8IFOIFXBTPS IF discovered The Beatles, and became EJTDPWFSFE5IF#FBUMFT BOECFDBNF enthralled. He says he's always amazed FOUISBMMFE)FTBZTIFTBMXBZTBNB[FE that music made more than 40 years UIBUNVTJDNBEFNPSFUIBOZFBST ago can still inspire people his age or BHPDBOTUJMMJOTQJSFQFPQMFIJTBHFPS younger. ZPVOHFS "I have a friend whose 15-year-old son i*IBWFBGSJFOEXIPTFZFBSPMETPO just discovered The Beatles," said Dost. KVTUEJTDPWFSFE5IF#FBUMFT wTBJE%PTU "I think in the age of Twitter, for young i*UIJOLJOUIFBHFPG5XJUUFS GPSZPVOH people to become obsessed with someQFPQMFUPCFDPNFPCTFTTFEXJUITPNF thing like that is pretty interesting." UIJOHMJLFUIBUJTQSFUUZJOUFSFTUJOHw Dost went to college to study advertis%PTUXFOUUPDPMMFHFUPTUVEZBEWFSUJT ing, and though he didn't end up working JOH BOEUIPVHIIFEJEOUFOEVQXPSLJOH in the field, he thinks advertising classes JOUIFmFME IFUIJOLTBEWFSUJTJOHDMBTTFT that taught him how get out a message UIBUUBVHIUIJNIPXHFUPVUBNFTTBHF

helps him as a songwriter and musician. IFMQTIJNBTBTPOHXSJUFSBOENVTJDJBO After moving to New York, he joined a "GUFSNPWJOHUP/FX:PSL IFKPJOFEB band called Anathallo. His band played CBOEDBMMFE"OBUIBMMP)JTCBOEQMBZFE on the same bill as The Format, which POUIFTBNFCJMMBT5IF'PSNBU XIJDI featured vocalist Nate Ruess. GFBUVSFEWPDBMJTU/BUF3VFTT "Nate and I hit it off, and we found we i/BUFBOE*IJUJUPGG BOEXFGPVOEXF had a lot in common - Beatles songs, IBEBMPUJODPNNPOo#FBUMFTTPOHT  Harry Nilsson songs, things like that," )BSSZ/JMTTPOTPOHT UIJOHTMJLFUIBU w said Dost. TBJE%PTU Guitarist and drummer Jack Antonoff (VJUBSJTUBOEESVNNFS+BDL"OUPOPGG then joined Dost and Ruess, and fun. was UIFOKPJOFE%PTUBOE3VFTT BOEGVOXBT formed. GPSNFE Dost says he and his bandmates grew %PTUTBZTIFBOEIJTCBOENBUFTHSFX up at a time when efforts like "Rock the VQBUBUJNFXIFOFGGPSUTMJLFi3PDLUIF Vote" were showing that young people, 7PUFwXFSFTIPXJOHUIBUZPVOHQFPQMF  pop culture and civic-mindedness could QPQDVMUVSFBOEDJWJDNJOEFEOFTTDPVME merge. He remembers seeing Sinead NFSHF)FSFNFNCFSTTFFJOH4JOFBE O'Connor tearing up a picture of Pope 0$POOPSUFBSJOHVQBQJDUVSFPG1PQF John Paul II on "Saturday Night Live" to +PIO1BVM**POi4BUVSEBZ/JHIU-JWFwUP prove her conviction to her beliefs. QSPWFIFSDPOWJDUJPOUPIFSCFMJFGT "But at some point, musicians stopped i#VUBUTPNFQPJOU NVTJDJBOTTUPQQFE doing that, and it became uncool to care," EPJOHUIBU BOEJUCFDBNFVODPPMUPDBSF w said Dost. "But we think it is cool to TBJE%PTUi#VUXFUIJOLJUJTDPPMUP care." DBSFw Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PS contacted at 791-6454 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: RayRouthier BeWbbS`(@Og@]cbVWS`


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nyone who's ever read a Stephen OZPOFXIPTFWFSSFBEB4UFQIFO King novel knows Maine can be a ,JOHOPWFMLOPXT.BJOFDBOCFB particularly creepy place. At this time QBSUJDVMBSMZDSFFQZQMBDF"UUIJTUJNF of year, the fear factor increases exponenPGZFBS UIFGFBSGBDUPSJODSFBTFTFYQPOFO tially as the state comes alive with events and UJBMMZBTUIFTUBUFDPNFTBMJWFXJUIFWFOUTBOE attractions devoted to the undead. BUUSBDUJPOTEFWPUFEUPUIFVOEFBE You can experience Maine's darker side everywhere from :PVDBOFYQFSJFODF.BJOFTEBSLFSTJEFFWFSZXIFSFGSPN corn mazes to cemeteries. Or, if you're particularly brave, DPSONB[FTUPDFNFUFSJFT0S JGZPVSFQBSUJDVMBSMZCSBWF  consider visiting a Halloween attraction with a history of DPOTJEFSWJTJUJOHB)BMMPXFFOBUUSBDUJPOXJUIBIJTUPSZPG paranormal activity. QBSBOPSNBMBDUJWJUZ On the rural edge of the state along the New Hampshire 0OUIFSVSBMFEHFPGUIFTUBUFBMPOHUIF/FX)BNQTIJSF border, the Parsonsfield Seminary lurks in the woods. Built CPSEFS UIF1BSTPOTmFME4FNJOBSZMVSLTJOUIFXPPET#VJMU in 1832, the campus includes a 42-room dormitory where the JO UIFDBNQVTJODMVEFTBSPPNEPSNJUPSZXIFSFUIF

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GET IN a laugh before Halloween hits during 53B7<OZOcUVPST]`S6OZZ]eSS\VWbaRc`W\U the Royal Bean's Comedy Night featuring bVS@]gOZ0SO\¸a1][SRg<WUVbTSObc`W\U John Ater, Nellie Coes, Kate Ghiloni, Karen 8]V\/bS`<SZZWS1]Sa9ObS5VWZ]\W9O`S\ Morgan and Tuck Tucker. ;]`UO\O\RBcQYBcQYS` WHEN: 7 p.m. Thursday E63<(%^[BVc`aROg WHERE: The Royal Bean, 18 Yarmouth Crossing, E63@3(BVS@]gOZ0SO\&GO`[]cbV1`]aaW\U Yarmouth GO`[]cbV HOW MUCH: $ 1 0 6=E;C16( INFO: 7<4=(bVS`]gOZPSO\Q][

spirits remain restless. Voices TQJSJUTSFNBJOSFTUMFTT7PJDFT echo down empty hallways, and the FDIPEPXOFNQUZIBMMXBZT BOEUIF girls' side of the dormitory is said to be parHJSMTTJEFPGUIFEPSNJUPSZJTTBJEUPCFQBS ticularly haunted. UJDVMBSMZIBVOUFE "A couple of years ago, I was in the basement all by i"DPVQMFPGZFBSTBHP *XBTJOUIFCBTFNFOUBMMCZ myself and something touched me on my head," recalled NZTFMGBOETPNFUIJOHUPVDIFENFPONZIFBE wSFDBMMFE Mary Tirrell, a member of the Friends of Parsonfield Seminary .BSZ5JSSFMM BNFNCFSPGUIF'SJFOETPG1BSTPOmFME4FNJOBSZ who attended the school in the 1950s when it was an elementary XIPBUUFOEFEUIFTDIPPMJOUIFTXIFOJUXBTBOFMFNFOUBSZ school. "I turned around and I thought I'd run into something, TDIPPMi*UVSOFEBSPVOEBOE*UIPVHIU*ESVOJOUPTPNFUIJOH  but there was nothing there." CVUUIFSFXBTOPUIJOHUIFSFw This Friday and Saturday offers your last chance this year to 5IJT'SJEBZBOE4BUVSEBZPGGFSTZPVSMBTUDIBODFUIJTZFBSUP experience the dimly lit seminary filled with fog, cobwebs, inFYQFSJFODFUIFEJNMZMJUTFNJOBSZmMMFEXJUIGPH DPCXFCT JO sects, carnival freaks and Frankenstein. The Halloween actors TFDUT DBSOJWBMGSFBLTBOE'SBOLFOTUFJO5IF)BMMPXFFOBDUPST Please see EVENTS, Page E32 Gc\Xj\j\\3D3<BAGX^\<*)

Here's an idea: Give Pecha Kucha Night a try ?\i\Ă&#x2039;jXe`[\X1>`m\G\Z_XBlZ_XE`^_kXkip GET YOUR design juices flowing during the fast-paced 53BG=C@RSaWU\XcWQSaĂ&#x20AC;]eW\URc`W\UbVSTOab^OQSR and social Pecha Kucha Night. (Don't worry, you're O\Ra]QWOZ>SQVO9cQVO<WUVb2]\¸be]``gg]c¸`S :?<8 not the only one who doesn't know how to pro\]bbVS]\Zg]\SeV]R]Sa\¸bY\]eV]eb]^`] G nounce it: It's "peh-chak-cha.") Designers present \]c\QSWb(7b¸aÂľ^SVQVOYQVOÂś2SaWU\S`a^`SaS\b ideas in 20 slides for 20 seconds each. WRSOaW\ aZWRSaT]` aSQ]\RaSOQV WHEN: 7:20 p.m. Thursday E63<(%( ^[BVc`aROg WHERE: Space Gallery, 538 Congress St., Portland E63@3(A^OQS5OZZS`g#!&1]\U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $5 6=E;C16(# INFO: 7<4=(a^OQS#!&]`U

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won't touch you, but the same can't be XPOUUPVDIZPV CVUUIFTBNFDBOUCF said for the spirits. TBJEGPSUIFTQJSJUT On the other side of the state, along a 0OUIFPUIFSTJEFPGUIFTUBUF BMPOHB lonely stretch of the Penobscot River, MPOFMZTUSFUDIPGUIF1FOPCTDPU3JWFS  Fort Knox has maintained a watch'PSU,OPYIBTNBJOUBJOFEBXBUDI ful eye since 1844. Over the years, a GVMFZFTJODF0WFSUIFZFBST B number of fort keepers passed away OVNCFSPGGPSULFFQFSTQBTTFEBXBZ while on duty, and historians suspect XIJMFPOEVUZ BOEIJTUPSJBOTTVTQFDU others may have perished during the PUIFSTNBZIBWFQFSJTIFEEVSJOHUIF construction of the massive granite DPOTUSVDUJPOPGUIFNBTTJWFHSBOJUF fortification. GPSUJmDBUJPO Groups that range from local para(SPVQTUIBUSBOHFGSPNMPDBMQBSB normal investigators to the stars of OPSNBMJOWFTUJHBUPSTUPUIFTUBSTPG the Syfy series "Ghost Hunters" have UIF4ZGZTFSJFTi(IPTU)VOUFSTwIBWF found evidence of haunted happenings GPVOEFWJEFODFPGIBVOUFEIBQQFOJOHT at Fort Knox. BU'PSU,OPY For the past 13 years, the Friends of 'PSUIFQBTUZFBST UIF'SJFOETPG Fort Knox have hosted the fundrais'PSU,OPYIBWFIPTUFEUIFGVOESBJT ing event Fright at the Fort. Last year, JOHFWFOU'SJHIUBUUIF'PSU-BTUZFBS  more than 9,000 people toured through NPSFUIBO QFPQMFUPVSFEUISPVHI the bowels of the haunted fort over the UIFCPXFMTPGUIFIBVOUFEGPSUPWFSUIF course of four nights. (A particularly DPVSTFPGGPVSOJHIUT "QBSUJDVMBSMZ impressive number when you consider JNQSFTTJWFOVNCFSXIFOZPVDPOTJEFS the town of Prospect, where the fort is UIFUPXOPG1SPTQFDU XIFSFUIFGPSUJT located, is home to slightly more than MPDBUFE JTIPNFUPTMJHIUMZNPSFUIBO 600 residents.) SFTJEFOUT

The theme of this year's tours, which 5IFUIFNFPGUIJTZFBSTUPVST XIJDI wrap up Friday and Saturday, is ZomXSBQVQ'SJEBZBOE4BUVSEBZ JT;PN bie Apocalypse. CJF"QPDBMZQTF "We try and do different concepts i8FUSZBOEEPEJGGFSFOUDPODFQUT every year, and zombies seem to fit FWFSZZFBS BOE[PNCJFTTFFNUPmU in with the end of the world coming JOXJUIUIFFOEPGUIFXPSMEDPNJOH in December this year," joked Leon JO%FDFNCFSUIJTZFBS wKPLFE-FPO Seymour, executive director of the 4FZNPVS FYFDVUJWFEJSFDUPSPGUIF Friends of Fort Knox and the master'SJFOETPG'PSU,OPYBOEUIFNBTUFS mind behind Fright at the Fort. NJOECFIJOE'SJHIUBUUIF'PSU As a special treat, the fort is selling a "TBTQFDJBMUSFBU UIFGPSUJTTFMMJOHB limited number of $30 tickets to folks MJNJUFEOVNCFSPGUJDLFUTUPGPMLT who want to spend Halloween night XIPXBOUUPTQFOE)BMMPXFFOOJHIU inside the building. Earlier this week, JOTJEFUIFCVJMEJOH&BSMJFSUIJTXFFL  there were only 10 tickets left for the UIFSFXFSFPOMZUJDLFUTMFGUGPSUIF overnight experience. PWFSOJHIUFYQFSJFODF The tour itself features blood-soaked 5IFUPVSJUTFMGGFBUVSFTCMPPETPBLFE zombies, an indoor corn maze and a [PNCJFT BOJOEPPSDPSONB[FBOEB prop that came straight from HollyQSPQUIBUDBNFTUSBJHIUGSPN)PMMZ wood. XPPE But all Seymour would say about it #VUBMM4FZNPVSXPVMETBZBCPVUJU was: "Wait for the pig." XBTi8BJUGPSUIFQJHw Staff Writer Avery Yale Kamila can be contacted AbOTTE`WbS`/dS`gGOZS9O[WZOQO\PSQ]\bOQbSR at 791-6297 or at: Ob%'$ '%]`Ob( OYO[WZO.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: AveryYaleKamila BeWbbS`(/dS`gGOZS9O[WZO


THE ORIGINAL HAUNTED HAYRIDES: B o a r d NB63=@757</:6/C<B326/G@723A(0]O`R a haywagon and travel through acres of OVOgeOU]\O\Rb`OdSZbV`]cUVOQ`Sa]T horrors and frights. V]``]`aO\RT`WUVba WHEN: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday and E63<($(!b]&(!^[BVc`aROgO\R Sunday; 6:30 to 10 p.m. Friday and Ac\ROg)$(!b]^[4`WROgO\R Saturday AObc`ROg WHERE: Scarborough Downs Road, ScarE63@3(AQO`P]`]cUV2]e\a@]ORAQO` borough P]`]cUV HOW MUCH: $13; $9 for children (cash 6=E;C16(!)'T]`QVWZR`S\QOaV only) ]\Zg INFO: 885-5935; 7<4=(&&##'!#) VOc\bSRVOg`WRSa[OW\SQ][ DESTINATION HAUNT: In t h e d a r k w o o d s , N23AB7</B7=<6/C<B(7\bVSRO`Ye]]Ra come face-to-face with the Buried Alive Q][STOQSb]TOQSeWbVbVS0c`WSR/ZWdS Cemetery the Execution Center and the 1S[SbS`gbVS3fSQcbW]\1S\bS`O\RbVS Lebanon Laboratory. :SPO\]\:OP]`Ob]`g WHEN: 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday Sunday E63<($(!b]'^[BVc`aROgAc\ROg Wednesday and Nov. 1; 6:30 to 11 p.m. ESR\SaROgO\R<]d)$(!b]^[

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HAUNTED HISTORY AT NORLANDS: Travel t h e N 6/C<B3267AB=@G/B<=@:/<2A(B`OdSZbVS trail o f N o r l a n d s ' past a n d learn a b o u t t h e b`OWZ]T<]`ZO\Ra¸^OabO\RZSO`\OP]cbbVS property's strange happenings. ^`]^S`bg¸aab`O\USVO^^S\W\Ua WHEN: $b]'^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg 6 to 9 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y E63<( WHERE: <]`ZO\Ra:WdW\U6Wab]`g1S\bS` N o r l a n d s L i v i n g H i s t o r y Center, 2' 90 E63@3( Norlands Road, Livermore <]`ZO\Ra@]OR:WdS`[]`S HOW MUCH: &)$T]`QVWZR`S\c\RS` $ 8 ; $6 f o r c h i l d r e n u n d e r 12;)$25 6=E;C16( # for f a m i l y o f f i v e T]`TO[WZg]T¿dS INFO: &'%"!$$)\]`ZO\Ra]`U 897-4366; 7<4=(

THE HAUNTING - CREEPS AND FREAKS AT THE NB636/C<B7<5Âł1@33>A/<24@3/9A/BB63 SEMINARY: Travel t h r o u g h a 4 2`]][PcWZRW\U -room building A3;7</@G(B`OdSZbV`]cUVO" and surrounding campus, where frightful O\Rac``]c\RW\UQO[^caeVS`ST`WUVbTcZ c r e a t u r e s lurk in d a r k places. Q`SObc`SaZc`YW\RO`Y^ZOQSa WHEN: 6 : 3 0 to 9 : 3 0 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r E63<($(!b]'(!^[4`WROgO\RAObc` day ROg WHERE: P a r s o n s f i e l d Seminary, R o u t e 160 E63@3(>O`a]\aÂżSZRAS[W\O`g@]cbS$ ( 5 0 4 North Road), North Parsonsfield #"<]`bV@]OR<]`bV>O`a]\aÂżSZR HOW MUCH: $10; $5 f o r c h i l d r e n u n d e r 12 6=E;C16()#T]`QVWZR`S\c\RS` INFO: 7 9 3 - 8 8 2#)^O`a]\aÂżSZRaS[W\O`g]`U 5; 7<4=(%'!&&

THE SPIRIT WALK: J o i n a g u i d e d t o u r of N B63A>7@7BE/:9(8]W\OUcWRSRb]c`]T South Buxton Cemetery featuring blackA]cbV0cfb]\1S[SbS`gTSObc`W\UPZOQY c a p e d spirits s h a r i n g stories o f p a s t resiQO^SRa^W`WbaaVO`W\Uab]`WSa]T^Oab`SaW d e n t s w h o rest i n t h e g r a v e y a r d . RS\baeV]`SabW\bVSU`OdSgO`R WHEN: 3:45 to 5 p.m. S a t u r d a y f o l l o w e d by E63<(!("#b]#^[AObc`ROgT]ZZ]eSRPg H a l l o w e e n t r e a t s a n d m u s i c a t t h e Royal 6OZZ]eSS\b`SObaO\R[caWQObbVS@]gOZ B r e w s t e r Barn 0`SeabS`0O`\ WHERE: First C o n g r e g a t i o n a l C h u r c h of BuxE63@3(4W`ab1]\U`SUObW]\OZ1Vc`QV]T0cf t o n , c o r n e r of R o u t e 2  0 2 O\R@]cbS a n d R o u t e 112 b]\Q]`\S`]T@]cbS HOW MUCH: F r e e / d o n a t i o n 6=E;C16(4`SSR]\ObW]\ INFO: 9 2'$"'# 9-6495 7<4=('

FRIGHT AT THE FORT: F o r t K n o x s u c c u m b s N4@756B/BB634=@B(4]`b9\]facQQc[Pa t o t h e z o m b i e a p o c a l y p s e , a n d b r a v e souls b]bVSh][PWSO^]QOZg^aSO\RP`OdSa]cZa c a n e n t e r t h e f o r t i f t h e y dare. QO\S\bS`bVST]`bWTbVSgRO`S WHEN: 5 : 3 0 to 9 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y E63<(#(!b]'^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg WHERE: 711 F o r t K n o x R o a d , P r o s p e c t E63@3(%4]`b9\]f@]OR>`]a^SQb HOW MUCH: $10; $5 f o r c h i l d r e n u n d e r 12.3f Ex6=E;C16()#T]`QVWZR`S\c\RS` press t i c k e t s : $12;)%T]`QVWZR`S\c\RS` $7 f o r c h i l d r e n u n d e r 12. ^`SaabWQYSba( Halloween overnight tickets (limited): $ 3 0 6OZZ]eSS\]dS`\WUVbbWQYSbaZW[WbSR(! INFO: 4 6 9 - 6 5 5 3 ; f o r t k n o x . m a i n e g u i d e . c o m / 7<4=("$'$##!)T]`bY\]f[OW\SUcWRSQ][ fright T`WUVb


PLANET DOG HALLOWEEN PARTY: Dress up N>:/<3B2=56/::=E33<>/@BG(2`Saac^ F i d o in his h o m e m a d e H a l l o w e e n f i n e s t 4WR]W\VWaV][S[ORS6OZZ]eSS\Âż\Sab f o r a c h a n c e to w i n d o g g i e prizes. Beer f o r T]`OQVO\QSb]eW\R]UUWS^`WhSa0SS`T]` humans and treats for dogs. Vc[O\aO\Rb`SObaT]`R]Ua WHEN: 6 to 7 p.m. T h u r s d a y E63<($b]%^[BVc`aROg WHERE: Planet D o g C o m p a n y Store, 211 Mar;O` E63@3(>ZO\Sb2]U1][^O\gAb]`S ginal Way, P o r t l a n d UW\OZEOg>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: F r e e / d o n a t i o n 6=E;C16(4`SSR]\ObW]\ INFO: 3 4 7 - 8 6 0 6 7<4=(!"%&$$

HALLOWEEN HARVEST: Travel by w a g o n N6/::=E33<6/@D3AB(B`OdSZPgeOU]\ d o w n a h a u n t e d trail a n d e n j o y g h o u l i s h R]e\OVOc\bSRb`OWZO\RS\X]gUV]cZWaV t r e a t s a t t h e s p o o k shack. b`SObaObbVSa^]]YaVOQY WHEN: 6 to 10 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y E63<($b]^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg WHERE: Raitt F a r m H o m e s t e a d M u s e u m , E63@3(@OWbb4O`[6][SabSOR;caSc[ 2%%AbObS@]OR3ZW]b 0 7 7 S t a t e R o a d , Eliot HOW MUCH: $6 6=E;C16($ INFO: r a i t t f a r m m u s e u m . o r g 7<4=(`OWbbTO`[[caSc[]`U

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costume and watch the "Moon W i t c h " show Q]abc[SO\ReObQVbVSÂľ;]]\EWbQVÂśaV]e a n d t h e n e w l i v e - a c t i o n p r o g r a m "Sky M o n O\RbVS\SeZWdSOQbW]\^`]U`O[ÂľAYg;]\ sters," a n d e n j o y f r e e f o o d . abS`aÂśO\RS\X]gT`SST]]R WHEN: 6 to 8 p.m. ( p a r t y ) ; 8 p.m. ( g h o s t E63<($b]&^[^O`bg)&^[UV]ab t o u r ) Friday b]c`4`WROg WHERE: S o u t h w o r t h P l a n e t a r i u m , U n i v e r s i t y E63@3(A]cbVe]`bV>ZO\SbO`Wc[C\WdS`aWbg o f S o u t h e r n Maine, P o r t l a n d ]TA]cbVS`\;OW\S>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $ 6 ; $2eWbVQ]abc[S with costume 6=E;C16($) INFO: u s m . m a i n e . e d u / p l a n e t 7<4=(ca[[OW\SSRc^ZO\Sb

c o u n t e r spirits a n d g h o s t s o f l a b o r a t o r y Q]c\bS`a^W`WbaO\RUV]aba]TZOP]`Ob]`g e x p e r i m e n t s o n this d a r k w o o d e d trail. Sf^S`W[S\ba]\bVWaRO`Ye]]RSRb`OWZ WHEN: 6 : 3 0 to 11 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y ; E63<($(!b]^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg) 6 : 3 0 to 10 p.m. W e d n e s d a y $(!b]^[ESR\SaROg WHERE: 125 P i g e o n Hill R o a d , M e c h a n i c Falls E63@3( #>WUS]\6WZZ@]OR;SQVO\WQ4OZZa HOW MUCH: $15 6=E;C16(# INFO: h a r v e s t h i l l f a r m s . c o m / G a u n t l e t . h t m l 7<4=(VO`dSabVWZZTO`[aQ][5Oc\bZSbVb[Z NIGHTTIME CORN MAZE ADVENTURE: B r i n g a N<756BB7;31=@<;/H3/2D3<BC@3(0`W\UO


f l a s h l i g h t t o see i f y o u c a n f i n d y o u r w a y Ă&#x20AC;OaVZWUVbb]aSSWTg]cQO\Âż\Rg]c`eOg o u t a g a i n . Half o f t h e p r o c e e d s g o t o local ]cbOUOW\6OZT]TbVS^`]QSSRaU]b]Z]QOZ f o o d banks. T]]RPO\Ya WHEN: 6 : 3 0 to 11 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y ; E63<($(!b]^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg) 6 : 3 0 to 10 p.m. W e d n e s d a y $(!b]^[ESR\SaROg WHERE: 125 P i g e o n Hill R o a d , M e c h a n i c Falls E63@3( #>WUS]\6WZZ@]OR;SQVO\WQ4OZZa HOW MUCH: $8 6=E;C16(& INFO: h a r v e s t h i l l f a r m s . c o m / C o r n _ M a z e . h t m l 7<4=(VO`dSabVWZZTO`[aQ][1]`\M;OhSVb[Z MOONLIGHT CORN MAZE: F i n d o u t h o w f r i g h t N;==<:756B1=@<;/H3(4W\R]cbV]eT`WUVb e n i n g it is to be lost in t h e c o r n u n d e r t h e S\W\UWbWab]PSZ]abW\bVSQ]`\c\RS`bVS cover of darkness. Q]dS`]TRO`Y\Saa WHEN: 6 to 9 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y E63<($b]'^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg WHERE: P u m p k i n Valley F a r m , 135 A n d e r s o n E63@3(>c[^YW\DOZZSg4O`[!#/\RS`a]\ Road, Dayton @]OR2Ogb]\ HOW MUCH: $8 6=E;C16(& INFO: 9 2'"#"#)^c[^YW\dOZZSgTO`[Q][ 9-4545; 7<4=(' HAUNTED CASTLE'S KEEP: Tour t h e castle's N6/C<B321/AB:3¸A933>(B]c`bVSQOabZS¸a c o r r i d o r s a n d t r y t o stay a w a y f r o m its Q]``WR]`aO\Rb`gb]abOgOeOgT`][Wba monsters and apparitions. []\abS`aO\RO^^O`WbW]\a WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. F r i d a y to S u n d a y a n d E63<(#b]'^[4`WROgb]Ac\ROgO\R Wednesday ESR\SaROg WHERE: 2$!"0`Wab]Z@]OR<Se6O`P]` 6 3 4 Bristol R o a d , N e w H a r b o r E63@3( HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16(4`SS INFO: 677-3741 7<4=($%%!%" FIRST PARISH GORHAM HAUNTED HOUSE: C o n N47@AB>/@7A65=@6/;6/C<B326=CA3(1]\ f r o n t d a r k t e r r o r s a n d f r i g h t e n i n g scenes o f T`]\bRO`YbS``]`aO\RT`WUVbS\W\UaQS\Sa]T h o r r o r in this h i s t o r i c l a n d m a r k . V]``]`W\bVWaVWab]`WQZO\R[O`Y WHEN: 7 p.m. F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y E63<(%^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg WHERE: First Parish C h u r c h , 1 C h u r c h St., E63@3(4W`ab>O`WaV1Vc`QV1Vc`QVAb Gorham 5]`VO[ HOW MUCH: $ 6 ; $4 f o r c h i l d r e n ; $ 2T]`TO[ 0 for f a m 6=E;C16($)"T]`QVWZR`S\) ily of five WZg]TÂżdS INFO: 8 3 9 - 6 7 5 1 7<4=(&!'$%#

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Continued from Page E13 shock jock Grant Mazzy (a tour de force TIPDLKPDL(SBOU.B[[Z BUPVSEFGPSDF performance from the grizzled, mesmerQFSGPSNBODFGSPNUIFHSJ[[MFE NFTNFS izing Stephen McHattie) is on the skids, J[JOH4UFQIFO.D)BUUJF JTPOUIFTLJET  his only job the wee-hours morning shift IJTPOMZKPCUIFXFFIPVSTNPSOJOHTIJGU at a tiny station broadcasting out of a BUBUJOZTUBUJPOCSPBEDBTUJOHPVUPGB church basement in the titular tiny CaDIVSDICBTFNFOUJOUIFUJUVMBSUJOZ$B nadian town. One morning, as a blizzard OBEJBOUPXO0OFNPSOJOH BTBCMJ[[BSE rages outside, he and his two-person proSBHFTPVUTJEF IFBOEIJTUXPQFSTPOQSP duction crew start to receive rumors of EVDUJPODSFXTUBSUUPSFDFJWFSVNPSTPG unusual behavior amidst the usual traffic VOVTVBMCFIBWJPSBNJETUUIFVTVBMUSBGmD reports and Mazzy's rambling, sardonic SFQPSUTBOE.B[[ZTSBNCMJOH TBSEPOJD monologues. Reports of people speaking NPOPMPHVFT3FQPSUTPGQFPQMFTQFBLJOH strangely and, well, eating people. TUSBOHFMZBOE XFMM FBUJOHQFPQMF A bizarre, thoughtful, darkly-comic entry "CJ[BSSF UIPVHIUGVM EBSLMZDPNJDFOUSZ in the crowded zombie genre, "Pontypool" JOUIFDSPXEFE[PNCJFHFOSF i1POUZQPPMw gradually and masterfully builds tension, HSBEVBMMZBOENBTUFSGVMMZCVJMETUFOTJPO  with the three-person crew finding out XJUIUIFUISFFQFSTPODSFXmOEJOHPVU snatches of the increasingly terrifying TOBUDIFTPGUIFJODSFBTJOHMZUFSSJGZJOH situation alongside the audience. TJUVBUJPOBMPOHTJEFUIFBVEJFODF "The Signal" (2007): Another attempt i5IF4JHOBMw  "OPUIFSBUUFNQU to wring fresh fear from the zombie UPXSJOHGSFTIGFBSGSPNUIF[PNCJF concept, "The Signal" skillfully builds a DPODFQU i5IF4JHOBMwTLJMMGVMMZCVJMETB world where human civilization gradually, XPSMEXIFSFIVNBODJWJMJ[BUJPOHSBEVBMMZ  inexplicably unravels in the face of the JOFYQMJDBCMZVOSBWFMTJOUIFGBDFPGUIF inexplicable. In this case, it's a mysterious JOFYQMJDBCMF*OUIJTDBTF JUTBNZTUFSJPVT broadcast whose scattered sounds and CSPBEDBTUXIPTFTDBUUFSFETPVOETBOE images get inside the human mind, causJNBHFTHFUJOTJEFUIFIVNBONJOE DBVT ing madness and murderous violence. JOHNBEOFTTBOENVSEFSPVTWJPMFODF As a star-crossed young couple (a very "TBTUBSDSPTTFEZPVOHDPVQMF BWFSZ sympathetic Anessa Ramsey and Justin TZNQBUIFUJD"OFTTB3BNTFZBOE+VTUJO Welborn) fights to stay alive and find each 8FMCPSO mHIUTUPTUBZBMJWFBOEmOEFBDI other amidst the mounting madness, PUIFSBNJETUUIFNPVOUJOHNBEOFTT  we're treated to three separate vignettes XFSFUSFBUFEUPUISFFTFQBSBUFWJHOFUUFT of a world gone murderously mad. PGBXPSMEHPOFNVSEFSPVTMZNBE With its bloody mix of drama, gore and 8JUIJUTCMPPEZNJYPGESBNB HPSFBOE ghoulish dark comedy, "The Signal" will HIPVMJTIEBSLDPNFEZ i5IF4JHOBMwXJMM get inside your head. HFUJOTJEFZPVSIFBE "Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie i#FIJOEUIF.BTL5IF3JTFPG-FTMJF Vernon" (2006): Afar more clever (and 7FSOPOw  "GBSNPSFDMFWFS BOE scary) example of "meta-horror" than TDBSZ FYBNQMFPGiNFUBIPSSPSwUIBO "Scream," this low-budget indie posits i4DSFBN wUIJTMPXCVEHFUJOEJFQPTJUT a world where movie-style serial killers BXPSMEXIFSFNPWJFTUZMFTFSJBMLJMMFST are an accepted fact of life. A documenBSFBOBDDFQUFEGBDUPGMJGF"EPDVNFO tary film crew follows one such aspiring UBSZmMNDSFXGPMMPXTPOFTVDIBTQJSJOH slasher Leslie Vernon (a slyly menacing TMBTIFS-FTMJF7FSOPO BTMZMZNFOBDJOH Nathan Baesel) seeking to craft himself /BUIBO#BFTFM TFFLJOHUPDSBGUIJNTFMG into the next big killer. JOUPUIFOFYUCJHLJMMFS At first, the film's clever deconstruc"UmSTU UIFmMNTDMFWFSEFDPOTUSVD tion of horror tropes (if you think you're a UJPOPGIPSSPSUSPQFT JGZPVUIJOLZPVSFB potential slasher victim, do not hang out QPUFOUJBMTMBTIFSWJDUJN EPOPUIBOHPVU with a virgin) and cliches are amusing. XJUIBWJSHJO BOEDMJDIFTBSFBNVTJOH But, just as the viewer starts to get smug #VU KVTUBTUIFWJFXFSTUBSUTUPHFUTNVH and comfortable, things take a darker, BOEDPNGPSUBCMF UIJOHTUBLFBEBSLFS  more unexpected turn. NPSFVOFYQFDUFEUVSO With able support from industry vets 8JUIBCMFTVQQPSUGSPNJOEVTUSZWFUT Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger), Zelda 3PCFSU&OHMVOE 'SFEEZ,SVFHFS ;FMEB Rubenstein ("Poltergeist") and, creepi3VCFOTUFJO i1PMUFSHFJTUw BOE DSFFQJ est of all, character vet Scott Wilson as FTUPGBMM DIBSBDUFSWFU4DPUU8JMTPOBT Vernon's semi-retired slasher mentor, 7FSOPOTTFNJSFUJSFETMBTIFSNFOUPS  "Behind the Mask" is both an insighti#FIJOEUIF.BTLwJTCPUIBOJOTJHIU ful treat for horror fans and a gripping GVMUSFBUGPSIPSSPSGBOTBOEBHSJQQJOH slasher flick in its own right. 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formance, the character's tragic nature GPSNBODF UIFDIBSBDUFSTUSBHJDOBUVSF makes "Martin" a haunting, upsetting NBLFTi.BSUJOwBIBVOUJOH VQTFUUJOH horror sleeper. IPSSPSTMFFQFS "Are You the Walkers?" (2011): Feai"SF:PVUIF8BMLFST w  'FB tured on last year's edition of the MaineUVSFEPOMBTUZFBSTFEJUJPOPGUIF.BJOF made horror anthology "Damnationland," NBEFIPSSPSBOUIPMPHZi%BNOBUJPOMBOE w director Derek Kimball's film is a masterEJSFDUPS%FSFL,JNCBMMTmMNJTBNBTUFS ful example of short-form storytelling, GVMFYBNQMFPGTIPSUGPSNTUPSZUFMMJOH  employing skillful editing and diabolically FNQMPZJOHTLJMMGVMFEJUJOHBOEEJBCPMJDBMMZ judicious deployment of facts to lead KVEJDJPVTEFQMPZNFOUPGGBDUTUPMFBE inexorably to one of the most chilling endJOFYPSBCMZUPPOFPGUIFNPTUDIJMMJOHFOE ings I've ever seen. (Yeah, I said it.) JOHT*WFFWFSTFFO :FBI *TBJEJU

Two estranged friends retreat for a 5XPFTUSBOHFEGSJFOETSFUSFBUGPSB weekend of male bonding to an isolated XFFLFOEPGNBMFCPOEJOHUPBOJTPMBUFE lakeshore cabin. A blizzard, an unexMBLFTIPSFDBCJO"CMJ[[BSE BOVOFY pected knock at the door, the discovery of QFDUFELOPDLBUUIFEPPS UIFEJTDPWFSZPG a strange object and the use of a horror BTUSBOHFPCKFDUBOEUIFVTFPGBIPSSPS prop so ingenious I can't believe I've nevQSPQTPJOHFOJPVT*DBOUCFMJFWF*WFOFW er seen it used before. For anyone who's FSTFFOJUVTFECFGPSF'PSBOZPOFXIPT ever listened to the howl of the Maine winFWFSMJTUFOFEUPUIFIPXMPGUIF.BJOFXJO ter wind and prayed for morning... UFSXJOEBOEQSBZFEGPSNPSOJOHy "Stakeland" (2010): Like a vampiric i4UBLFMBOEw  -JLFBWBNQJSJD version of "The Road," "Stakeland" WFSTJPOPGi5IF3PBE wi4UBLFMBOEw posits a post-apocalyptic America where QPTJUTBQPTUBQPDBMZQUJD"NFSJDBXIFSF humans cower among the decaying ruins IVNBOTDPXFSBNPOHUIFEFDBZJOHSVJOT of civilization, hiding out from the conPGDJWJMJ[BUJPO IJEJOHPVUGSPNUIFDPO quering bloodsuckers. A taciturn lone RVFSJOHCMPPETVDLFST"UBDJUVSOMPOF wanderer (Nick Damici) reluctantly takes XBOEFSFS /JDL%BNJDJ SFMVDUBOUMZUBLFT on a young traveling companion after POBZPVOHUSBWFMJOHDPNQBOJPOBGUFS the boy's family is sucked dry. Together, UIFCPZTGBNJMZJTTVDLFEESZ5PHFUIFS  the pair set out for a rumored sanctuary UIFQBJSTFUPVUGPSBSVNPSFETBODUVBSZ in Canada, coping with the animalistic JO$BOBEB DPQJOHXJUIUIFBOJNBMJTUJD vamps and barbaric humans who've taken WBNQTBOECBSCBSJDIVNBOTXIPWFUBLFO up a particularly nasty brand of Christian VQBQBSUJDVMBSMZOBTUZCSBOEPG$ISJTUJBO fundamentalism. GVOEBNFOUBMJTN Making effective use of its miniscule .BLJOHFGGFDUJWFVTFPGJUTNJOJTDVMF budget and delivering both exciting CVEHFUBOEEFMJWFSJOHCPUIFYDJUJOH and bloody action and good, small-scale BOECMPPEZBDUJPOBOEHPPE TNBMMTDBMF performances (including a nearly unrecQFSGPSNBODFT JODMVEJOHBOFBSMZVOSFD ognizable Kelly McGillis), "Stakeland" PHOJ[BCMF,FMMZ.D(JMMJT i4UBLFMBOEw delivers a uniquely grim twist on the EFMJWFSTBVOJRVFMZHSJNUXJTUPOUIF vampire genre. WBNQJSFHFOSF "The House of the Devil" (2009) Direci5IF)PVTFPGUIF%FWJMw  %JSFD tor Ti West creates what could easily be UPS5J8FTUDSFBUFTXIBUDPVMEFBTJMZCF a 1985 long-lost horror cult classic in this BMPOHMPTUIPSSPSDVMUDMBTTJDJOUIJT atmospheric, deviously-directed chiller BUNPTQIFSJD EFWJPVTMZEJSFDUFEDIJMMFS about a young college student (Jocelin BCPVUBZPVOHDPMMFHFTUVEFOU +PDFMJO Donahue) who, desperate for money, an%POBIVF XIP EFTQFSBUFGPSNPOFZ BO swers the "babysitter wanted" flier from TXFSTUIFiCBCZTJUUFSXBOUFEwnJFSGSPN a creepy local couple (brilliantly played BDSFFQZMPDBMDPVQMF CSJMMJBOUMZQMBZFE by genre vets Tom Noonan and Mary CZHFOSFWFUT5PN/PPOBOBOE.BSZ Woronov). Once she and her chirpy tag8PSPOPW 0ODFTIFBOEIFSDIJSQZUBH along pal Great Gerwig arrive at the couBMPOHQBM(SFBU(FSXJHBSSJWFBUUIFDPV ple's requisitely creepy mansion, Noonan QMFTSFRVJTJUFMZDSFFQZNBOTJPO /PPOBO reveals that her assignment isn't exactly SFWFBMTUIBUIFSBTTJHONFOUJTOUFYBDUMZ what she was told, and as the night goes XIBUTIFXBTUPME BOEBTUIFOJHIUHPFT on, she gradually realizes things are even PO TIFHSBEVBMMZSFBMJ[FTUIJOHTBSFFWFO less ideal than she thought. MFTTJEFBMUIBOTIFUIPVHIU West is clearly a student of the genre, 8FTUJTDMFBSMZBTUVEFOUPGUIFHFOSF  and the way he plays with the expected BOEUIFXBZIFQMBZTXJUIUIFFYQFDUFE conventions and springs unexpected DPOWFOUJPOTBOETQSJOHTVOFYQFDUFE twists along the way produces alternating UXJTUTBMPOHUIFXBZQSPEVDFTBMUFSOBUJOH gasps and giggles. HBTQTBOEHJHHMFT

"The Orphanage" (2007): In this i5IF0SQIBOBHFw  *OUIJT Spanish-language haunted house flick, a 4QBOJTIMBOHVBHFIBVOUFEIPVTFnJDL B woman (the exquisitely weathered Belen XPNBO UIFFYRVJTJUFMZXFBUIFSFE#FMFO Rueda) moves her husband and young 3VFEB NPWFTIFSIVTCBOEBOEZPVOH son back into her gothic childhood home, TPOCBDLJOUPIFSHPUIJDDIJMEIPPEIPNF  which she intends to turn into an orphanXIJDITIFJOUFOETUPUVSOJOUPBOPSQIBO age for handicapped children. Of course, BHFGPSIBOEJDBQQFEDIJMESFO0GDPVSTF  there are buried secrets, hidden rooms, UIFSFBSFCVSJFETFDSFUT IJEEFOSPPNT  a spooky medium (Geraldine Chaplin) BTQPPLZNFEJVN (FSBMEJOF$IBQMJO  foretelling terrible things and her son's GPSFUFMMJOHUFSSJCMFUIJOHTBOEIFSTPOT imaginary friend, a silent little guy in a JNBHJOBSZGSJFOE BTJMFOUMJUUMFHVZJOB creepy burlap mask who Rueda starts DSFFQZCVSMBQNBTLXIP3VFEBTUBSUT glimpsing at unexpected times around the HMJNQTJOHBUVOFYQFDUFEUJNFTBSPVOEUIF house and grounds. IPVTFBOEHSPVOET Directed by JA. Bayona, "The Orphan%JSFDUFECZ+"#BZPOB i5IF0SQIBO age" has a lot in common with Guillermo BHFwIBTBMPUJODPNNPOXJUI(VJMMFSNP Del Toro's celebrated "The Devil's %FM5PSPTDFMFCSBUFEi5IF%FWJMT Backbone," but I think this one is even #BDLCPOF wCVU*UIJOLUIJTPOFJTFWFO better. Bayona's skill with sudden, deeply CFUUFS#BZPOBTTLJMMXJUITVEEFO EFFQMZ shocking reveals and Rueda's beautifully TIPDLJOHSFWFBMTBOE3VFEBTCFBVUJGVMMZ empathetic performance provide added FNQBUIFUJDQFSGPSNBODFQSPWJEFBEEFE layers to the well-worn plot. MBZFSTUPUIFXFMMXPSOQMPU "Cube" (1997): Like a particularly brili$VCFw  -JLFBQBSUJDVMBSMZCSJM liant and nasty episode of "The Twilight MJBOUBOEOBTUZFQJTPEFPGi5IF5XJMJHIU Zone," this fiendish Canadian puzzle box ;POF wUIJTmFOEJTI$BOBEJBOQV[[MFCPY of a movie sets up an outlandish, irresistPGBNPWJFTFUTVQBOPVUMBOEJTI JSSFTJTU ible premise and then spends 90 minutes JCMFQSFNJTFBOEUIFOTQFOETNJOVUFT squeezing every drop of tension out of it. TRVFF[JOHFWFSZESPQPGUFOTJPOPVUPGJU Seven strangers wake up in identical 4FWFOTUSBOHFSTXBLFVQJOJEFOUJDBM cube-shaped rooms. They're all dressed in DVCFTIBQFESPPNT5IFZSFBMMESFTTFEJO jumpsuits stenciled with their names and KVNQTVJUTTUFODJMFEXJUIUIFJSOBNFTBOE have no memory of how they got there. IBWFOPNFNPSZPGIPXUIFZHPUUIFSF Each of the six walls of the rooms have &BDIPGUIFTJYXBMMTPGUIFSPPNTIBWF an identical hatch leading to an identiBOJEFOUJDBMIBUDIMFBEJOHUPBOJEFOUJ cal room. Oh, and some of the rooms are DBMSPPN0I BOETPNFPGUIFSPPNTBSF equipped with very, very nasty booby traps. FRVJQQFEXJUIWFSZWFSZOBTUZCPPCZUSBQT As each victim tries to make sense of "TFBDIWJDUJNUSJFTUPNBLFTFOTFPG their predicament, we're in the same boat. UIFJSQSFEJDBNFOU XFSFJOUIFTBNFCPBU You know, except that we're not in danger :PVLOPX FYDFQUUIBUXFSFOPUJOEBOHFS of being sliced to ribbons if we make the PGCFJOHTMJDFEUPSJCCPOTJGXFNBLFUIF wrong choice. With decent performances XSPOHDIPJDF8JUIEFDFOUQFSGPSNBODFT from the increasingly desperate victims, GSPNUIFJODSFBTJOHMZEFTQFSBUFWJDUJNT  "Cube" is a diabolically constructed terror i$VCFwJTBEJBCPMJDBMMZDPOTUSVDUFEUFSSPS device. EFWJDF "May" (2002): A lonely, troubled and i.BZw  "MPOFMZ USPVCMFEBOE decidedly odd young woman (the remarkEFDJEFEMZPEEZPVOHXPNBO UIFSFNBSL able Angela Bettis) tentatively reaches BCMF"OHFMB#FUUJT UFOUBUJWFMZSFBDIFT out for friendship and love, only to react PVUGPSGSJFOETIJQBOEMPWF POMZUPSFBDU to her inevitable rejection in, shall we say UPIFSJOFWJUBCMFSFKFDUJPOJO TIBMMXFTBZ  eccentric ways in this bloody, disturbing FDDFOUSJDXBZTJOUIJTCMPPEZ EJTUVSCJOH and oddly touching character study from BOEPEEMZUPVDIJOHDIBSBDUFSTUVEZGSPN director Lucky McKee. EJSFDUPS-VDLZ.D,FF Bettis' May, with her social awkward#FUUJT.BZ XJUIIFSTPDJBMBXLXBSE ness, her isolation and her lazy eye, is the OFTT IFSJTPMBUJPOBOEIFSMB[ZFZF JTUIF quintessential outcast, except that her RVJOUFTTFOUJBMPVUDBTU FYDFQUUIBUIFS perpetual silent marginalization masks QFSQFUVBMTJMFOUNBSHJOBMJ[BUJPONBTLT a lurking insanity that eventually reveals BMVSLJOHJOTBOJUZUIBUFWFOUVBMMZSFWFBMT itself in a third-act outburst (appropriately JUTFMGJOBUIJSEBDUPVUCVSTU BQQSPQSJBUFMZ occurring on Halloween) as brutal as it is PDDVSSJOHPO)BMMPXFFO BTCSVUBMBTJUJT tragically poetic. A shocking and beautiful USBHJDBMMZQPFUJD"TIPDLJOHBOECFBVUJGVM final shot. mOBMTIPU Dennis Perkins is a Portland freelance writer. 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaO>]`bZO\RT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`

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trick-or-treat, enter the costume conb`WQY]`b`SObS\bS`bVSQ]abc[SQ]\ test and dance the night away. bSabO\RRO\QSbVS\WUVbOeOg WHEN: 7 p.m. Saturday E63<(%^[AObc`ROg WHERE: Geno's Rock Club, 625 ConE63@3(5S\]¸a@]QY1ZcP$ #1]\ gress St., Portland U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $10; 21-plus 6=E;C16() ^Zca INFO: 7<4=(^]`ba^]`ba[OW\SQ][SdS\ba halloweenl2 VOZZ]eSS\ SID TRIPP'S 17TH ANNUAL HALLOWEEN NA72B@7>>¸A%B6/<<C/:6/::=E33< BASH: Dance to Under the Covers 0/A6(2O\QSb]C\RS`bVS1]dS`a and enter the costume contest for O\RS\bS`bVSQ]abc[SQ]\bSabT]` a chance to win a Sunday River ski OQVO\QSb]eW\OAc\ROg@WdS`aYW weekend. This year's theme is zomeSSYS\RBVWagSO`¸abVS[SWah][ bies, and a costume is required to PWSaO\ROQ]abc[SWa`S_cW`SRb] get in. USbW\ WHEN: 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday E63<('^[b]O[AObc`ROg WHERE: Mariner's Church, 386 Fore St., E63@3(;O`W\S`¸a1Vc`QV!&$4]`SAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $20; 6=E;C16( ) 21-plus ^Zca INFO: 772-3599 7<4=(%% !#'' NATURE OF HALLOWEEN: Eat b u g s ( b o t h N</BC@3=46/::=E33<(3ObPcUaP]bV sweet and savory), see live snakes and aeSSbO\RaOd]`gaSSZWdSa\OYSaO\R check out real teeth, claws and bones. QVSQY]cb`SOZbSSbVQZOeaO\RP]\Sa WHEN: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday E63<(#(!b]%(!^[BcSaROg WHERE: Dorr Museum, College of the E63@3(2]``;caSc[1]ZZSUS]TbVS Atlantic, Bar Harbor /bZO\bWQ0O`6O`P]` HOW MUCH: $3.50; $2T]`QVWZR`S\ for children 6=E;C16(!#) INFO: 288-5395 7<4=( &&#!'#


AN EVENING WITH POE - TALES OF MYSN/<3D3<7<5E7B6>=3³B/:3A=4;GA TERY & SUSPENSE: Actor Kirk Simpson B3@GACA>3<A3(/Qb]`9W`YAW[^a]\ reads Edgar Allan Poe tales by fireside `SORa3RUO`/ZZO\>]SbOZSaPg¿`SaWRS while guests enjoy dinner. eVWZSUcSabaS\X]gRW\\S` WHEN: 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 and E63<($^[ESR\SaROg<]d%O\R Nov. 14 <]d" WHERE: Clay Hill Farm, 220 Clay Hill E63@3(1ZOg6WZZ4O`[ 1ZOg6WZZ Road, Cape Neddick @]OR1O^S<SRRWQY HOW MUCH: $10 plus cost of dinner 6=E;C16(^ZcaQ]ab]TRW\\S` INFO: 361-2272 7<4=(!$ % DUELING SPIRITS DINNER: Psychic V i c k i N2C3:7<5A>7@7BA27<<3@(>agQVWQDWQYW Monroe shares insights into the inn's ;]\`]SaVO`SaW\aWUVbaW\b]bVSW\\¸a paranormal activity while guests enjoy ^O`O\]`[OZOQbWdWbgeVWZSUcSabaS\X]g a three-course meal. ObV`SSQ]c`aS[SOZ WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday E63<($(!^[ESR\SaROg WHERE: Academe, Kennebunk Inn, 45 E63@3(/QORS[S9S\\SPc\Y7\\"# Main St. ;OW\Ab HOW MUCH: $68 plus tip 6=E;C16($&^ZcabW^ INFO: 985-3351 7<4=('&#!!#


SCREENING OF "HALLOWEEN": W a t c h NA1@33<7<5=4µ6/::=E33<¶(EObQV John Carpenter's 1978 horror master8]V\1O`^S\bS`¸a'%&V]``]`[OabS` piece on the big screen in HD. ^WSQS]\bVSPWUaQ`SS\W\62 WHEN: 7 p.m. Thursday E63<(%^[BVc`aROg WHERE: Strand Theatre, 345 Main St., E63@3(Ab`O\RBVSOb`S!"#;OW\Ab Rockland @]QYZO\R HOW MUCH: $ 8 . 5 0 6=E;C16(&# INFO: 594-0070 7<4=(#'"% PORTLAND BALLET "HALLOWEEN SP00KN>=@B:/<20/::3Bµ6/::=E33<A>==9 TACULAR": Dance meets the macabre in B/1C:/@¶(2O\QS[SSbabVS[OQOP`SW\ this ballet set to "a little fright music." bVWaPOZZSbaSbb]µOZWbbZST`WUVb[caWQ¶ WHEN: 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday E63<(O[O\R"^[AObc`ROg WHERE: Westbrook Performing Arts E63@3(ESabP`]]Y>S`T]`[W\U/`ba Center, Westbrook Middle School, 471 1S\bS`ESabP`]]Y;WRRZSAQV]]Z"% Stroudwater St. Ab`]cReObS`Ab HOW MUCH: $17; $12T]`QVWZR`S\ for children 6=E;C16(%) INFO: 7<4=(^]`bZO\RPOZZSb]`U DARK FOLLIES "CARNIVAL OF DEATH": N2/@94=::73Aµ1/@<7D/:=423/B6¶( Portland's vaudeville favorites present >]`bZO\R¸adOcRSdWZZSTOd]`WbSa^`SaS\b a nightmare performance. O\WUVb[O`S^S`T]`[O\QS WHEN: 8 p.m. Wednesday E63<(&^[ESR\SaROg WHERE: Bayside Bowl, 58 Alder St., E63@3(0OgaWRS0]eZ#&/ZRS`Ab Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $10 in advance; $12ObR]]` at door 6=E;C16(W\ORdO\QS) INFO: 7<4=(RO`YT]ZZWSaQ][

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Portland Press Herald/ Thursday, October 25, GO E35 >]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZRBVc`aROg=Qb]PS` #2012  j5=3!# FRIDAY &2)$!9 "Compliance" (2012, Rated R), chilling story of h#OMPLIANCEv 2ATED2 CHILLINGSTORYOF HOWFARONEMIGHTGOTOOBEYAlGUREOFAUTHORITY how far one might go to obey a figure of authority BASEDONATRUESTORY 3PACE'ALLERY 0ORTLAND (based on a true story), Space Gallery, Portland. $7. 7:30 p.m. SPACEORGPM

N"%.%&)43 BENEFITS 3TEVE"YRNES#HARITY&UNDRAISER "YRNESIS Steve Byrnes' Charity Fundraiser, Byrnes is running the NYC Marathon for the National RUNNINGTHE.9#-ARATHONFORTHE.ATIONAL Arthritis Foundation; music by string trio Flight of !RTHRITIS&OUNDATIONMUSICBYSTRINGTRIO&LIGHTOF &ANCY4HE3ALT%XCHANGE 0ORTLAND#OSTFORFOOD Fancy; The Salt Exchange, Portland. Cost for food and drink. 347-5687. 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday. ANDDRINK TOPM4HURSDAY Yarmouth Pumpkin Run, children, adults and 9ARMOUTH0UMPKIN2UN CHILDREN ADULTSAND pets in costume race to benefit the Yarmouth PETSINCOSTUMERACETOBENElTTHE9ARMOUTH Food Pantry, Yarmouth High School. $10 to $45. &OOD0ANTRY 9ARMOUTH(IGH3CHOOLTO 9 a.m. Saturday. TINYURLCOMPUMPKINRUNAM3ATURDAY Barbara Bush Children's Hospital Craft Fair, "ARBARA"USH#HILDRENS(OSPITAL#RAFT&AIR annual fair with quilts, baskets, jewelry and knits; ANNUALFAIRWITHQUILTS BASKETS JEWELRYANDKNITS benefits the children's hospital; Maine Medical BENElTSTHECHILDRENSHOSPITAL-AINE-EDICAL Center, Scarborough. Free admission. 662-41 73. 9 #ENTER 3CARBOROUGH&REEADMISSION  a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. AMTOPM3ATURDAY Antiques Road Show and Live Auction, appraisals !NTIQUES2OAD3HOWAND,IVE!UCTION APPRAISALS byThomaston Place Auction Galleries; benefits BY4HOMASTON0LACE!UCTION'ALLERIESBENElTS the Volunteer Transportation Network; People THE6OLUNTEER4RANSPORTATION.ETWORK0EOPLE Plus, Brunswick. $5 per item appraised. 0LUS "RUNSWICKPERITEMAPPRAISED 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; live PEOPLEPLUSMAINEORGAMTOPMLIVE auction at 4 p.m. Saturday. AUCTIONATPM3ATURDAY Boy Scout Troup 875's Haunted Halloween "OY3COUT4ROUPS(AUNTED(ALLOWEEN Night, spooky ghost tales through the Old Red .IGHT SPOOKYGHOSTTALESTHROUGHTHE/LD2ED Church and Howe Cemetery; fundraiser for trip to #HURCHAND(OWE#EMETERYFUNDRAISERFORTRIPTO Gettysburg; Old Red Church, Standish. $10. 523'ETTYSBURG/LD2ED#HURCH 3TANDISH 0821. 4:30 p.m. (family-friendly); 5:30 and 6:30 PMFAMILY FRIENDLY AND p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY Chefs and Musicians for Safe Harbor Concert, #HEFSAND-USICIANSFOR3AFE(ARBOR#ONCERT music by Peter Alexander, The Adam Ezra MUSICBY0ETER!LEXANDER 4HE!DAM%ZRA Group and Burundian drum corps Batimbo 'ROUPAND"URUNDIANDRUMCORPS"ATIMBO Beat, First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, "EAT &IRST0ARISH5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH Portland. Dinner tickets are $10 for adults and 0ORTLAND$INNERTICKETSAREFORADULTSAND $5 for children under 12; concert tickets are FORCHILDRENUNDERCONCERTTICKETSARE $10 for adults and free for children under 12. FORADULTSANDFREEFORCHILDRENUNDER Dinner at 5:30 p.m., show lRSTPARISHPORTLANDORG$INNERATPM SHOW at 7 p.m. Sunday. ATPM3UNDAY

SUNDAY 35.$!9 "Bluestocking Film Series," short films by women h"LUESTOCKING&ILM3ERIES vSHORTlLMSBYWOMEN directors from Maine, New York, Los Angeles and DIRECTORSFROM-AINE .EW9ORK ,OS!NGELESAND Germany, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $9. 'ERMANY 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. STLAWRENCEARTSORGPM MONDAY -/.$!9 Global Lens International Film Series, "Mourning" 'LOBAL,ENS)NTERNATIONAL&ILM3ERIES h-OURNINGv (2011, Iran), Bates College (Olin Arts Center),  )RAN "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER Lewiston. Free, 7:30 p.m. ,EWISTON&REEBATESEDUMUSEUMPM "Granito: How to Nail a Dictator" (2011), h'RANITO(OWTO.AILA$ICTATORv documentary screening with filmmakers Pamela DOCUMENTARYSCREENINGWITHlLMMAKERS0AMELA Yates and Paco de Onis, Bowdoin College (Kresge 9ATESAND0ACODE/NIS "OWDOIN#OLLEGE+RESGE Auditorium), Brunswick. Free. 725-3552. 6:30 !UDITORIUM "RUNSWICK&REE  p.m. PM "Damnationlancl 2012," annual showcase h$AMNATIONLAND vANNUALSHOWCASE of terrifying new Maine-made short films, OFTERRIFYINGNEW-AINE MADESHORTlLMS St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $7. 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. STLAWRENCEARTSORGPM-ONDAYAND4UESDAY

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TUESDAY 45%3$!9 "Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?" (2010), wardh"AG)T)S9OUR,IFE4OO0LASTICv WARD winning environmental documentary, Kennebunk WINNINGENVIRONMENTALDOCUMENTARY +ENNEBUNK Free Library. Free. 985-2173. 6:30 p.m. &REE,IBRARY&REE PM "Star Wars Uncut" (2012), crowd-sourced, h3TAR7ARS5NCUTv CROWD SOURCED shot-by-shot remake of "Star Wars: Episode IV SHOT BY SHOTREMAKEOFh3TAR7ARS%PISODE)6 A New Hope," Space Gallery, Portland. Free. n!.EW(OPE v3PACE'ALLERY 0ORTLAND&REE 7:30 p.m. SPACEORGPM Nature at Risk Film Series, "When the Mountains .ATUREAT2ISK&ILM3ERIES h7HENTHE-OUNTAINS Sound" directed by Kennebunk New School 3OUNDvDIRECTEDBY+ENNEBUNK.EW3CHOOL student Nate Bennett, Louis T. Graves Library, STUDENT.ATE"ENNETT ,OUIS4'RAVES,IBRARY Kennebunkport. Free. 967-2778. 7 p.m. +ENNEBUNKPORT&REE PM

SPECIAL EVENTS N30%#)!,%6%.43 THURSDAY 4(523$!9 Fairy Tales Alive!, stories, songs and crafts based &AIRY4ALES!LIVE STORIES SONGSANDCRAFTSBASED upon fairy tales for children in grades K-3, UPONFAIRYTALESFORCHILDRENINGRADES+  children invited to come in costume, Kennebunk CHILDRENINVITEDTOCOMEINCOSTUME +ENNEBUNK Free Library. Free; pre-registration requested. 985&REE,IBRARY&REEPRE REGISTRATIONREQUESTED 2173.4p.m. PM Innovators of Design, textile designer Erin Flett, )NNOVATORSOF$ESIGN TEXTILEDESIGNER%RIN&LETT interior designer Krista Stokes and Pottery Barn INTERIORDESIGNER+RISTA3TOKESAND0OTTERY"ARN designer Heather Dutton share their inspiration, DESIGNER(EATHER$UTTONSHARETHEIRINSPIRATION history and what is takes to be a successful HISTORYANDWHATISTAKESTOBEASUCCESSFUL designer in Maine, River Tree Arts, Kennebunk. DESIGNERIN-AINE 2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNK $5. 7 p.m. RIVERTREEARTSORGPM Harvest on the Harbor, culinary festival includes (ARVESTONTHE(ARBOR CULINARYFESTIVALINCLUDES the Maine Lobster Chef of the Year competition THE-AINE,OBSTER#HEFOFTHE9EARCOMPETITION and more, Ocean Gateway, Portland. Various ANDMORE /CEAN'ATEWAY 0ORTLAND6ARIOUS prices. Schedule at PRICES3CHEDULEATHARVESTONTHEHARBORCOM Thursday to Saturday. 4HURSDAYTO3ATURDAY SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Saco Spirit Monster Bash, dancing, costume 3ACO3PIRIT-ONSTER"ASH DANCING COSTUME parade and more, Pepperell Square, Saco. PARADEANDMORE 0EPPERELL3QUARE 3ACO Noon to 4 p.m. SACOSPIRITCOM.OONTOPM Ghosts of Smuttynose, haunted house with actors, 'HOSTSOF3MUTTYNOSE HAUNTEDHOUSEWITHACTORS Jefferds Tavern, York Village. $5. parksand *EFFERDS4AVERN 9ORK6ILLAGEPARKSAND 6 to 8 p.m. RECYORKMAINEORGTOPM Halloween Cemetery Tour, John Henderson (ALLOWEEN#EMETERY4OUR *OHN(ENDERSON portrays local resident Cornelius Murphy in a PORTRAYSLOCALRESIDENT#ORNELIUS-URPHYINA walk among Celtic crosses and tombs, Mount WALKAMONG#ELTICCROSSESANDTOMBS -OUNT Hope Cemetery, Lewiston. Donation. 784-8803. (OPE#EMETERY ,EWISTON$ONATION  1 p.m. PM Food SCAREcity Costume Dance, with DJs &OOD3#!2%CITY#OSTUME$ANCE WITH$*S Aimee Moftitt-Mercer and Dan Miller and a silent !IMEE-OFlTT -ERCERAND$AN-ILLERANDASILENT auction; attendees encouraged to bring nonAUCTIONATTENDEESENCOURAGEDTOBRINGNON perishable food donations for local food pantries; PERISHABLEFOODDONATIONSFORLOCALFOODPANTRIES Watts Hall, Thomaston. $10. 7ATTS(ALL 4HOMASTONDANCINGFUNORG 7:30 p.m. PM Local Harvest Dinner, roast pork or vegetarian ,OCAL(ARVEST$INNER ROASTPORKORVEGETARIAN dinner and live music byTheTofu Typhoons, DINNERANDLIVEMUSICBY4HE4OFU4YPHOONS Sanford Unitarian Universalist Church, 3ANFORD5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH Sanford. $9; $8 for seniors and students; $5 3ANFORDFORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS for ages 4 to 12; free for children under 4. FORAGESTOFREEFORCHILDRENUNDER 5 to 7 p.m. SANFORDUUCHURCHORGTOPM Nursery Rhyme Story Time, story time for .URSERY2HYME3TORY4IME STORYTIMEFOR children, Prince Memorial Library, Cumberland CHILDREN 0RINCE-EMORIAL,IBRARY #UMBERLAND Center. Free. 829-2215. 10a.m. #ENTER&REE AM 2012 Navy Birthday Ball, dinner, dancing, music .AVY"IRTHDAY"ALL DINNER DANCING MUSIC

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Good eats abound at Harvest on the Harbor, the annual culinary festival 5]]RSObaOP]c\ROb6O`dSab]\bVS6O`P]`bVSO\\cOZQcZW\O`gTSabWdOZ continuing Thursday to Saturday at Portland's Ocean Gateway. Q]\bW\cW\UBVc`aROgb]AObc`ROgOb>]`bZO\R¸a=QSO\5ObSeOg from Freeze Frame and keynote address from Maj. FROM&REEZE&RAMEANDKEYNOTEADDRESSFROM-AJ Gen. (Ret.) John W. Libby, The Inn at Brunswick 'EN2ET *OHN7,IBBY 4HE)NNAT"RUNSWICK Station, Brunswick. $50. 442-7773. Social hour at 3TATION "RUNSWICK 3OCIALHOURAT 5 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. PM DINNERATPM "Spooky Car Days," spooky sounds and scary h3POOKY#AR$AYS vSPOOKYSOUNDSANDSCARY sights, Seal Cove Auto Museum. $4.50; free for SIGHTS 3EAL#OVE!UTO-USEUMFREEFOR children under 12. 244-9242. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. CHILDRENUNDER AMTOPM Saturday to Wednesday. 3ATURDAYTO7EDNESDAY SUNDAY 35.$!9 Cashore Marionettes: "Simple Gifts," puppet show #ASHORE-ARIONETTESh3IMPLE'IFTS vPUPPETSHOW featuring portrayals and scenes from everyday life FEATURINGPORTRAYALSANDSCENESFROMEVERYDAYLIFE set to classical music, Bates College (Olin Arts SETTOCLASSICALMUSIC "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS Center), Lewiston. $10; $8 for children under 14. #ENTER ,EWISTONFORCHILDRENUNDER 3 p.m. LAARTSORGPM MONDAY -/.$!9 Little Festival of Horrors, horror stories, author ,ITTLE&ESTIVALOF(ORRORS HORRORSTORIES AUTHOR talks, screening of "Night of the Living Dead" TALKS SCREENINGOFh.IGHTOFTHE,IVING$EADv and a zombie crawl onto Monument Square, ANDAZOMBIECRAWLONTO-ONUMENT3QUARE Portland Public Library and branches. Free. 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARYANDBRANCHES&REE Schedule at 4 p.m. Monday 3CHEDULEATPORTLANDLIBRARYCOMPM-ONDAY to Wednesday; zombie crawl at 6:30 p.m. TO7EDNESDAYZOMBIECRAWLATPM Wednesday. 7EDNESDAY TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Halloween Spooktacular, stories, games and (ALLOWEEN3POOKTACULAR STORIES GAMESAND crafts; costumes encouraged; Camden Public CRAFTSCOSTUMESENCOURAGED#AMDEN0UBLIC Library. Free. 236-3440. 6 p.m. ,IBRARY&REE PM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Halloween Fun Day, International (ALLOWEEN&UN$AY )NTERNATIONAL

Cryptozoology Museum, Portland. $2. #RYPTOZOOLOGY-USEUM 0ORTLAND 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. CRYPTOZOOLOGYMUSEUMCOMAMTOPM "Casting for Sasquatch," Halloween program h#ASTINGFOR3ASQUATCH v(ALLOWEENPROGRAM with Maine guide Dustin Howe and treats for WITH-AINEGUIDE$USTIN(OWEANDTREATSFOR children and adults; costumes encouraged; CHILDRENANDADULTSCOSTUMESENCOURAGED International Cryptozoology Museum, Portland. )NTERNATIONAL#RYPTOZOOLOGY-USEUM 0ORTLAND $10. 5 p.m. CRYPTOZOOLOGYMUSEUMCOMPM NOV. 1 ./6 "Granular Modality," live sound exploration with h'RANULAR-ODALITY vLIVESOUNDEXPLORATIONWITH Earl Howard and special guest Gustavo Aguilar, %ARL(OWARDANDSPECIALGUEST'USTAVO!GUILAR Emery Community Arts Center, Farmington. Free. %MERY#OMMUNITY!RTS#ENTER &ARMINGTON&REE 778-7288. 7:30 p.m.  PM Innovators of Design, fashion designer Jessie )NNOVATORSOF$ESIGN FASHIONDESIGNER*ESSIE Lacey and organic textile and fashion designers ,ACEYANDORGANICTEXTILEANDFASHIONDESIGNERS Brook Delorme and Daniel Pepice share their "ROOK$ELORMEAND$ANIEL0EPICESHARETHEIR inspiration, history and what is takes to be a INSPIRATION HISTORYANDWHATISTAKESTOBEA successful designer in Maine, River Tree Arts, SUCCESSFULDESIGNERIN-AINE 2IVER4REE!RTS Kennebunk. $5. 7 p.m. +ENNEBUNKRIVERTREEARTSORGPM

FILMS N&),-3 THURSDAY 4(523$!9 Teen Movie Night, "Indiana Jones and the Last 4EEN-OVIE.IGHT h)NDIANA*ONESANDTHE,AST Crusade" (1989, Rated PG-13), forages 12 to 19, #RUSADEv 2ATED0'  FORAGESTO Portland Public Library. Free, 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REEPORTLANDLIBRARYCOM 4 p.m. PM "Mother Nature's Child," screening and panel h-OTHER.ATURES#HILD vSCREENINGANDPANEL discussion about importance of youth connection DISCUSSIONABOUTIMPORTANCEOFYOUTHCONNECTION to natural areas, Belfast Public Library. Free. TONATURALAREAS "ELFAST0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 6 p.m. SWLAMAINEORGPM

THURSDAY 4(523$!9 Jane Brox, author of "The Story of Rural *ANE"ROX AUTHOROFh4HE3TORYOF2URAL Electrification in America," Maine Historical %LECTRIlCATIONIN!MERICA v-AINE(ISTORICAL Society, Portland, 7 p.m. 3OCIETY 0ORTLANDMAINEHISTORYORGPM Gerry Boyle, author of "Port City: Black and 'ERRY"OYLE AUTHOROFh0ORT#ITY"LACKAND White," Lithgow Public Library, Augusta. 7HITE v,ITHGOW0UBLIC,IBRARY !UGUSTA 6:30 p.m. WWWLITHGOWLIBMEUSPM Susan Poulin, author of "Finding Your Inner 3USAN0OULIN AUTHOROFh&INDING9OUR)NNER Moose: Ida LeClair's Guide to Livin' the Good -OOSE)DA,E#LAIRS'UIDETO,IVINTHE'OOD Life," Ellsworth Public Library. 667-6363. 6 p.m. ,IFE v%LLSWORTH0UBLIC,IBRARY PM Poet Linda Aldrich, author of "March and Mad 0OET,INDA!LDRICH AUTHOROFh-ARCHAND-AD Women,"York Public Library, 7OMEN v9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARYWWWYORKLIBMEUS 7 p.m. PM Author and Artist RainaTelgemeier, creator of !UTHORAND!RTIST2AINA4ELGEMEIER CREATOROF "Smile" and "Drama," Portland Public Library. h3MILEvANDh$RAMA v0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY 4 p.m. PORTLANDLIBRARYCOMPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Author and Artist RainaTelgemeier, creator !UTHORAND!RTIST2AINA4ELGEMEIER CREATOR of "Smile" and "Drama," Casablanca Comics, OFh3MILEvANDh$RAMA v#ASABLANCA#OMICS Portland, 11 a.m. to 2 0ORTLANDCASABLANCACOMICSCOMAMTO p.m. PM Susan Poulin, author of "Finding Your Inner 3USAN0OULIN AUTHOROFh&INDING9OUR)NNER Moose: Ida LeClair's Guide to Livin' the Good -OOSE)DA,E#LAIRS'UIDETO,IVINTHE'OOD Life," University of Southern Maine Lewiston,IFE v5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE,EWISTON Auburn, Lewiston. 753-6545. 1 p.m. !UBURN ,EWISTON PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Steve Pinkham, author of "Old Tales of the Maine 3TEVE0INKHAM AUTHOROFh/LD4ALESOFTHE-AINE Woods," Maine Historical Society, Portland. 7OODS v-AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLAND Noon. MAINEHISTORYORG.OON WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Morgan Callan Rogers, author of "Red Ruby -ORGAN#ALLAN2OGERS AUTHOROFh2ED2UBY Heart in a Cold Blue Sea," Portland Public Library. (EARTINA#OLD"LUE3EA v0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY Noon. PORTLANDLIBRARYCOM.OON

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