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GROUP 2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNKTO Paris. $12 in advance; $15 at door. 561-6376. 6 0ARISINADVANCEATDOOR 7:30 p.m. RIVERTREEARTSORGPM p.m. (doors) PMDOORS "Music and Conflict," by Trih-USICAND#ONmICT vBY4RI County Community Chorus, #OUNTY#OMMUNITY#HORUS TO SUBMIT ITEMS f o r B=AC0;7B7B3;AT]` FRIDAY &2)$!9 Thornton Academy Garland 4HORNTON!CADEMY'ARLAND listings, s e n d mail t o ZWabW\UaaS\R[OWZb] Michelle Shocked, indie rock, -ICHELLE3HOCKED INDIEROCK Auditorium, Saco. $5 to $12. !UDITORIUM 3ACOTO C o m m u n i t y News 1][[c\Wbg<Sea with The Sweater Set, One WITH4HE3WEATER3ET /NE 282-4546. 7 p.m.  PM at P o r t l a n d Press Ob>]`bZO\R>`Saa Longfellow Square, Portland. $35. ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND James McMurtry, Americana, The *AMES-C-URTRY !MERICANA 4HE Herald/Maine Sunday 6S`OZR;OW\SAc\ROg 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Grand, Ellsworth. $30. 667-9500. 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TOSTUDENTSANDSENIORS  (doors at 7 p.m.) DOORSATPM Doors at 7:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. $OORSATPM SHOWATPM Renaissance Voices in Concert: "Love Lost and 2ENAISSANCE6OICESIN#ONCERTh,OVE,OSTAND Emerging Artist Series: Pianist Clayton %MERGING!RTIST3ERIES0IANIST#LAYTON Found," Fifth Maine Regiment Museum, Peaks &OUND v&IFTH-AINE2EGIMENT-USEUM 0EAKS Clemetson, 17-year-old plays original #LEMETSON  YEAR OLDPLAYSORIGINAL Island. $10. 766-3330. 6:30 p.m. )SLAND PM compositions, Hammond Hall, Winter Harbor. COMPOSITIONS (AMMOND(ALL 7INTER(ARBOR Beatles For Sale-TheTribute, 21-plus; "EATLES&OR3ALEn4HE4RIBUTE  PLUS $15; free for children under 12. 963-2569. 7 p.m. FREEFORCHILDRENUNDER PM Casablanca Cruises, Portland. $15. #ASABLANCA#RUISES 0ORTLAND 1:30 p.m. CASABLANCAMAINECOMPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Gunther Brown, folk/Americana/roots, Local 'UNTHER"ROWN FOLK!MERICANAROOTS ,OCAL Second Saturdays at Seven, with musician Joyce 3ECOND3ATURDAYSAT3EVEN WITHMUSICIAN*OYCE Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. 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WORKSHOP -AINE)RISH(ERITAGE#ENTER 0ORTLAND Brandan Hogan, acoustic, Blue, Portland. $10, $12 for concert only; $12 for workshop only; "RANDAN(OGAN ACOUSTIC "LUE 0ORTLAND  FORCONCERTONLYFORWORKSHOPONLY 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM $20 for concert and workshop, FORCONCERTANDWORKSHOPMAINEIRISHCOM %VAN+ING'ROUP JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND Evan King Group, jazz, Blue, Portland. Workshop at 4 p.m.; concert at 7:30 p.m. 7ORKSHOPATPMCONCERTATPM 10 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Summer Music Series, with The Bangor Band, 3UMMER-USIC3ERIES WITH4HE"ANGOR"AND Plaid Daddy, rock, Ri Ra, Portland, 0LAID$ADDY ROCK 2I2A 0ORTLANDRIRACOM Bangor Public Library. Free, 7 p.m. "ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY&REEBPLLIBMEUSPM 10 p.m. PM Breakwater School's Middle School Chorus and "REAKWATER3CHOOLS-IDDLE3CHOOL#HORUSAND Butter Brothers, DJ trio, Bubba's Sulky Lounge, "UTTER"ROTHERS $*TRIO "UBBAS3ULKY,OUNGE Band Concert, One Longfellow Square, Portland. "AND#ONCERT /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND Portland. $3. 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDBUBBASSULKYLOUNGECOMPM $4/donation adults; $2/donation children. DONATIONADULTSDONATIONCHILDREN 6 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Dance for Donna Benefit, with Cyborg Trio, Lost $ANCEFOR$ONNA"ENElT WITH#YBORG4RIO ,OST WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Between Sound and Roots of Creation, 18-plus; "ETWEEN3OUNDAND2OOTSOF#REATION  PLUS Summer Music Series, with The Gilbert and 3UMMER-USIC3ERIES WITH4HE'ILBERTAND Port City Music Hall, Portland. $15/donation. 0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLANDDONATION Sullivan Society, Bangor Public Library. Free. 3ULLIVAN3OCIETY "ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 8 p.m. PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM 7 p.m. BPLLIBMEUSPM Eli Noll Band, acoustic, Dogfish Bar and Grille, %LI.OLL"AND ACOUSTIC $OGlSH"ARAND'RILLE Weekly O l d Time Music Jam, open jam of 7EEKLY/LD4IME-USIC*AM OPENJAMOF Portland. 772-5483. 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND PM old-time Appalachian music, Local Sprouts OLD TIME!PPALACHIANMUSIC ,OCAL3PROUTS Ameranouche, gypsy-jazz/acoustic world music, !MERANOUCHE GYPSY JAZZACOUSTICWORLDMUSIC Cooperative, Portland. Free/donation. 899-3529. #OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION  all ages; The Oak and the Ax, Biddeford. theoak ALLAGES4HE/AKANDTHE!X "IDDEFORDTHEOAK 7 to 9 p.m. TOPM 8 p.m. ANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOMPM The Molenes, alt-country/rock, with Pete Witham 4HE-OLENES ALT COUNTRYROCK WITH0ETE7ITHAM COMEDY N#/-%$9 and The Cozmik Zombies, Bayside Bowl, AND4HE#OZMIK:OMBIES "AYSIDE"OWL Portland. $5. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM Quinn Collins, Kate Ghiloni, Karen Morgan and 1UINN#OLLINS +ATE'HILONI +AREN-ORGANAND Evergreen, American roots music, Hutchins Hall, %VERGREEN !MERICANROOTSMUSIC (UTCHINS(ALL Friends, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. $10. &RIENDS 4HE,OCAL"UZZ #APE%LIZABETH Dover-Foxcroft. $10; $5 for ages 12 and under. $OVER &OXCROFTFORAGESANDUNDER 541-9024. 7:30 p.m. today.  PMTODAY 717-6476. 7 p.m.  PM Comedy Showcase, with Butch Bradley, 18-plus #OMEDY3HOWCASE WITH"UTCH"RADLEY  PLUS Blind Albert, acoustic, all ages; Andy's Old Port "LIND!LBERT ACOUSTIC ALLAGES!NDYS/LD0ORT (16-plus with parent), Comedy Connection,  PLUSWITHPARENT #OMEDY#ONNECTION Pub, Portland. 874-2639. 8:30 p.m. 0UB 0ORTLAND PM Portland. $7.50. 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDMAINECOMEDYCOMPM Red Cross Sky and Gunhouse Hill, original rock 2ED#ROSS3KYAND'UNHOUSE(ILL ORIGINALROCK today. TODAY and blues, 21-plus; Bridge Street Tavern, Augusta. ANDBLUES  PLUS"RIDGE3TREET4AVERN !UGUSTA Comedy Showcase, with Butch Bradley, Chris #OMEDY3HOWCASE WITH"UTCH"RADLEY #HRIS 623-8561. 9 p.m.  PM Tabb and Dennis Hunt, 18-plus (16-plus with 4ABBAND$ENNIS(UNT  PLUS PLUSWITH Bertie Koller, folk/blues, all ages; Johnson Hall, "ERTIE+OLLER FOLKBLUES ALLAGES*OHNSON(ALL parent), Comedy Connection, Portland. $15. PARENT #OMEDY#ONNECTION 0ORTLAND Gardiner. 582-7144. 7 p.m. 'ARDINER PM 8:30 p.m. Friday and MAINECOMEDYCOMPM&RIDAYAND Deep Heaven Now Psych Music Festival, with $EEP(EAVEN.OW0SYCH-USIC&ESTIVAL WITH Saturday. 3ATURDAY Metal Feathers, Castles, Mr. Chris and The Instant -ETAL&EATHERS #ASTLES -R#HRISAND4HE)NSTANT Animals, 28 Degrees Taurus, Quilt and MMoss, !NIMALS $EGREES4AURUS 1UILTAND--OSS 18-plus; Space, Portland. $10; $12 for two-day  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLANDFORTWO DAY BARS/CLUBS N"!23#,5"3 pass, 7:30 p.m. PASSSPACEORGPM TODAY 4/$!9 Dirigo, rock, with The Trickle Down and $IRIGO ROCK WITH4HE4RICKLE$OWNAND Open M i c Night, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. /PEN-IC.IGHT $EER2UN4AVERN 9ARMOUTH TheJT Lockwood Band, Big Easy, Portland. 4HE*4,OCKWOOD"AND "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.  TOPM 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM The Mutineers, string band, Dogfish Bar and 4HE-UTINEERS STRINGBAND $OGlSH"ARAND KirstenThien Band, contemporary blues, 2 1 +IRSTEN4HIEN"AND CONTEMPORARYBLUES  Grille, Portland. 772-5483. 8 p.m. 'RILLE 0ORTLAND PM PLUS%MPIRE$INE$ANCE 0ORTLAND Kevin Attra and Ronda Dale, originals and covers, +EVIN!TTRAAND2ONDA$ALE ORIGINALSANDCOVERS plus; Empire Dine & Dance, Portland. $10. 7 p.m. all ages; Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. 874-2639. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM ALLAGES!NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND  Sicilian Underground, Italian rock, Blue, Portland. 3ICILIAN5NDERGROUND )TALIANROCK "LUE 0ORTLAND 6 p.m. PM 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Band Beyond Description, jam-band covers, 2 1 "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAM BANDCOVERS  Luna Medidis, jazz, Blue, Portland. ,UNA-EDIDIS JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND plus; Big Easy, Portland, PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOM 10 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM 9 p.m. PM Highland Rovers, Irish rock, Ri Ra, Portland. (IGHLAND2OVERS )RISHROCK 2I2A 0ORTLAND Mama's Boomshack, funk/soul/blues, 2 1 -AMAS"OOMSHACK FUNKSOULBLUES 10 p.m. RIRACOMPM plus; Empire Dine & Dance, Portland. PLUS%MPIRE$INE$ANCE 0ORTLAND


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SUNDAY 35.$!9 John Linscott and The Mainestream Jazzmasters, *OHN,INSCOTTAND4HE-AINESTREAM*AZZMASTERS jazz jam, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. 541 JAZZJAM 4HE,OCAL"UZZ #APE%LIZABETH 9024. 11 a.m. to noon. AMTONOON Rob Cimitile, country blues, all ages; Andy's Old 2OB#IMITILE COUNTRYBLUES ALLAGES!NDYS/LD Port Pub, Portland. 874-2639. 5:30 p.m. 0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND PM Deep Heaven Now Psych Music Festival, with $EEP(EAVEN.OW0SYCH-USIC&ESTIVAL WITH Herbcraft, Dreams, Silent Land Time Machine, (ERBCRAFT $REAMS 3ILENT,AND4IME-ACHINE Khora and Nick Kuepfer, 18-plus; Space, Portland. +HORAAND.ICK+UEPFER  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLAND $5; $12 for two-day pass, 2:30 p.m. FORTWO DAYPASSSPACEORGPM The Couch, open mic with host John Nels and 4HE#OUCH OPENMICWITHHOST*OHN.ELSAND guest artist Oliver Waterman, 21-plus; Empire GUESTARTIST/LIVER7ATERMAN  PLUS%MPIRE Dine & Dance, Portland, $INE$ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOM 8 p.m. PM MONDAY -/.$!9 Open M i c with Alec Wall, all ages, Andy's Old /PEN-ICWITH!LEC7ALL ALLAGES !NDYS/LD Port Pub, Portland. 874-2639. 7 p.m. 0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND PM Bluegrass Jam, live music by The Stowaways "LUEGRASS*AM LIVEMUSICBY4HE3TOWAWAYS and open jam, Empire Dine & Dance, Portland. ANDOPENJAM %MPIRE$INE$ANCE 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. jam, 9 p.m. concert. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPMJAM PMCONCERT

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Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write again: Woody Allen has made a wonderful new picture, “Midnight in Paris,” and it’s his best, most enjoyable work in years. If you’re surprised to be reading that, think how I feel writing it. I’ve been a tough sell on the past dozen or so Allen films, very much including the well-acted but finally wearying “Vicky Cristina Barcelona.” It seemed that everything he touched in recent years was tainted by misanthropy and sourness. Until now. With “Midnight in Paris,” Allen has lightened up, allowed himself a treat and in the process created a gift for us and him. His new film is simple and fable-like, with a definite “when you wish upon a star” quality, but, bolstered by appealing performers such as Owen Wilson, Marion Cotillard and Rachel McAdams, it is his warmest, mellowest and funniest venture in far too long. This is also a film with an unanticipated twist, so the less you know about it the better. Try to see it immediately, before well-meaning friends tell you more than they should. “Midnight in Paris” is too charming to be ruined by anything, but this is a case where ignorance really is bliss. Allen says he’s been enamored of Paris since he wrote and acted in “What’s New Pussycat?” in 1965. You can sense his continued passion for the city throughout the film, feel the extra pep in his step and pleasure in his heart. Seductively shot by Darius Khondji (whatever tax credits this film got will be paid back with interest), “Midnight” opens with an extended montage of Paris’ tourist landmarks, a montage that lasts longer than necessary to simply establish location. Allen is saying: Pay attention – this is a special place, a place where magic can happen. That’s certainly the attitude of Gil (Wilson), a successful Hollywood screenwriter who is an effusive enthusiast for the City of Light in general, and the 1920s golden age of Fitzgerald-Hemingway Paris in particular. So much so that Gil dreams of turning his back on all that studio money and writing novels on the Left Bank. Gil’s fiancee, Inez (McAdams), doesn’t like the sound of that. She and Gil are in Paris accompanying her wealthy parents on a business trip, and she doesn’t even want to think about anything that would diminish Gil’s income. Gil’s raptures are put on hold when he and Inez bump into Inez’s friend Paul (Michael Sheen) and his wife. A professor whom Inez once had a crush on, Paul is in Paris to lecture at the Sorbonne. It’s soon clear he’s an insufferable bore so pedantic he gets into an argument with a guide at the Rodin Museum (a brief cameo for French first lady Carla Bruni). As much to escape Paul as anything



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REVIEW “MIDNIGHT IN PARIS,” starring Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams and Marion Cotillard. Directed by Woody Allen. Rated PG-13 for some sexual references and smoking Running time: 1:34

else, Gil takes a late-night walk and just as the clock strikes midnight on the Rue Montagne St. Genevieve, something happens that throws everything in Gil’s life into disarray. Perhaps most unsettling, but in a good way, is Gil’s meeting with the beautiful and spirited Adriana (Cotillard), an aspiring fashion designer who has a history of inspiring artists. The connection between them is immediate, but the barriers to any kind of relationship are formidable. With remarkable naturalness and considerable charisma, Cotillard is just as she should be here, as are both Wilson, one of the most likable of contemporary actors, and McAdams, who deftly handles a part that is less amiable than usual for her. Also great fun in smaller roles are Kathy Bates and Adrien Brody as well as French stars Lea Seydoux and Gad Elmaleh. On display as well is Allen’s sharp and satisfying script. It makes jokes about everyone from Djuna Barnes to Luis Bunuel but also takes time to ponder the role of the artist and the importance of not undervaluing the age we live in. More than anything, obviously, “Midnight” has Paris. For one film, at least, that extraordinary city has changed Allen’s mood and altered his outlook on cinema and life. It may do the same for you.

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Megan McDonald's third-grade spitfire .FHBO.D%POBMETUIJSEHSBEFTQJUGJSF Judy Moody makes her moody leap from +VEZ.PPEZNBLFTIFSNPPEZMFBQGSPN the page to the big screen with much of UIFQBHFUPUIFCJHTDSFFOXJUINVDIPG the spit, if not her fire, intact. UIFTQJU JGOPUIFSGJSF JOUBDU "Judy Moody and the Not Bummer i+VEZ.PPEZBOEUIF/PU#VNNFS Summer" is a mild-mannered kids' com4VNNFSwJTBNJMENBOOFSFELJETDPN edy that makes for a pleasant-enough FEZUIBUNBLFTGPSBQMFBTBOUFOPVHI time killer. All garish colors, small-scale UJNFLJMMFS"MMHBSJTIDPMPST TNBMMTDBMF sight gags and kid-friendly one-liners, TJHIUHBHTBOELJEGSJFOEMZPOFMJOFST  it lacks the same comic spark that a JUMBDLTUIFTBNFDPNJDTQBSLUIBUB recent "Wimpy Kid's" second diary also SFDFOUi8JNQZ,JETwTFDPOEEJBSZBMTP failed to deliver. GBJMFEUPEFMJWFS One thing Judy (Jordana Beatty) is not 0OFUIJOH+VEZ +PSEBOB#FBUUZ JTOPU is wimpy. A tornado on a Spider Bike, a JTXJNQZ"UPSOBEPPOB4QJEFS#JLF B riot of noise and impulsiveness topped SJPUPGOPJTFBOEJNQVMTJWFOFTTUPQQFE by an impossible mop of ginger hair, CZBOJNQPTTJCMFNPQPGHJOHFSIBJS  she's the one who organizes a contest TIFTUIFPOFXIPPSHBOJ[FTBDPOUFTU so that she and her friends don't face TPUIBUTIFBOEIFSGSJFOETEPOUGBDF another summer of "snoresville." She BOPUIFSTVNNFSPGiTOPSFTWJMMFw4IF comes up with challenges - theme park DPNFTVQXJUIDIBMMFOHFToUIFNFQBSL rides to be conquered, scary movies to SJEFTUPCFDPORVFSFE TDBSZNPWJFTUP be endured, surfing skills to be masCFFOEVSFE TVSGJOHTLJMMTUPCFNBT tered (they live in coastal Virginia), UFSFE UIFZMJWFJODPBTUBM7JSHJOJB  "ride an elephant" - stuff like that. AciSJEFBOFMFQIBOUwoTUVGGMJLFUIBU"D complish a goal, earn "thrill points." DPNQMJTIBHPBM FBSOiUISJMMQPJOUTw But before Judy can put her thrill #VUCFGPSF+VEZDBOQVUIFSUISJMM points contest into motion, best pal QPJOUTDPOUFTUJOUPNPUJPO CFTUQBM Rocky (Garrett Ryan) is off to circus 3PDLZ (BSSFUU3ZBO JTPGGUPDJSDVT camp. That's a thrill-point victory all by DBNQ5IBUTBUISJMMQPJOUWJDUPSZBMMCZ itself. Amy (Taylar Render) traipses off JUTFMG"NZ 5BZMBS)FOEFS USBJQTFTPGG to Borneo. And Judy's own parents flee UP#PSOFP"OE+VEZTPXOQBSFOUTGMFF to California, leaving her free spirit Aunt UP$BMJGPSOJB MFBWJOHIFSGSFFTQJSJU"VOU Opal in charge. What can one do with 0QBMJODIBSHF8IBUDBOPOFEPXJUI "Aunt Awful" around? i"VOU"XGVMwBSPVOE Heather Graham is that unknown aunt, )FBUIFS(SBIBNJTUIBUVOLOPXOBVOU  a wandering artist with no driving or BXBOEFSJOHBSUJTUXJUIOPESJWJOHPS housekeeping skills. Opal gets Judy and IPVTFLFFQJOHTLJMMT0QBMHFUT+VEZBOE her younger brother Stink (Parris MoIFSZPVOHFSCSPUIFS4UJOL 1BSSJT.P steller) into the arts. But she's not much TUFMMFS JOUPUIFBSUT#VUTIFTOPUNVDI help at adding to Judy's thrill points IFMQBUBEEJOHUP+VEZTUISJMMQPJOUT collection. DPMMFDUJPO

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The 18th Annual Portland's FunBVS&bV/\\cOZ>]`bZO\R¸a4c\ niest Professional contest kicks \WSab>`]TSaaW]\OZQ]\bSabYWQYa off tonight. Comic Butch Bradley ]TTb]\WUVb1][WQ0cbQV0`ORZSg performs along with some brave ^S`T]`[aOZ]\UeWbVa][SP`OdS - and hopefully funny - locals. ³O\RV]^STcZZgTc\\g³Z]QOZa WHEN: 8:30 p.m. E63<(&(!^[ WHERE: The Comedy E63@3(BVS1][SRg Connection, 6 Custom House 1]\\SQbW]\$1cab][6]caS Wharf, Portland EVO`T>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $750; 6=E;C16(%#) [OW\SQ][SRgQ][

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"Wretches and Jabberers" is a ÂľE`SbQVSaO\R8OPPS`S`aÂśWaO documentary about two men R]Qc[S\bO`gOP]cbbe][S\ with autism on a mission to eWbVOcbWa[]\O[WaaW]\b] change attitudes about disability QVO\USObbWbcRSaOP]cbRWaOPWZWbg and intelligence. Tracy Thresher O\RW\bSZZWUS\QSB`OQgBV`SaVS` and Larry Bissonnette traveled O\R:O``g0Waa]\\SbbSb`OdSZSR to Sri Lanka, Japan and Finland, b]A`W:O\YO8O^O\O\R4W\ZO\R where they took on public ateVS`SbVSgb]]Y]\^cPZWQOb titudes about autism. bWbcRSaOP]cbOcbWa[ WHEN: 7:30 p.m. (film also E63<(%(!^[ÂżZ[OZa] screens at 1 p.m. Saturday) aQ`SS\aOb^[AObc`ROg WHERE: Space Gallery, E63@3(A^OQS5OZZS`g 538 Congress St., Portland #!&1]\U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $5/$7; 6=E;C16(#%) a^OQS#!&]`U

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Minneapolis-based singer-song;W\\SO^]ZWaPOaSRaW\US`a]\U writer Ellis brings her seven e`WbS`3ZZWaP`W\UaVS`aSdS\ records full of tunes to town `SQ]`RaTcZZ]Tbc\Sab]b]e\ during a national tour. It's a Rc`W\UO\ObW]\OZb]c`7b¸aO co-headlining show with Mainer Q]VSORZW\W\UaV]eeWbV;OW\S` Vanessa Torres. DO\SaaOB]``Sa WHEN: 8p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: Mayo Street Arts, E63@3(;Og]Ab`SSb/`ba 10 Mayo St., Portland ;Og]Ab>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $10; 6=E;C16() [Og]ab`SSbO`ba]`U

Richard Nelson I`Z_Xi[E\cjfe Dimensions in Jazz welcomes 2W[S\aW]\aW\8OhheSZQ][Sa Brunswick guitarist and compos0`c\aeWQYUcWbO`WabO\RQ][^]a er Richard Nelson in celebration S`@WQVO`R<SZa]\W\QSZSP`ObW]\ of his new CD, "Pursuit." He'll be ]TVWa\Se12µ>c`acWb¶6S¸ZZPS joined by his Imaginary EnX]W\SRPgVWa7[OUW\O`g3\ semble, including drummer Steve aS[PZSW\QZcRW\UR`c[[S`AbSdS Grover, bassist Jim Lyden, saxo5`]dS`POaaWab8W[:gRS\aOf] phonist Tim O'Dell and Nelson's ^V]\WabBW[=¸2SZZO\R<SZa]\¸a son Dan, a vocalist/guitarist/folk a]\2O\Od]QOZWabUcWbO`WabT]ZY music specialist. [caWQa^SQWOZWab WHEN: 8p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: Woodfords E63@3(E]]RT]`Ra Congregational Church, 1]\U`SUObW]\OZ1Vc`QV 202 Woodford St., Portland  E]]RT]`RAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: 6=E;C16( $10 to $15; b]#) &828-1310 &!

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Here's a chance for access to 6S`S¸aOQVO\QST]`OQQSaab] otherwise hidden gardens. New ]bVS`eWaSVWRRS\UO`RS\a<Se to this year's Secret Gardens of b]bVWagSO`¸aASQ`Sb5O`RS\a]T Portland Tour is an emphasis on >]`bZO\RB]c`WaO\S[^VOaWa]\ composting, vertical growing, Q][^]abW\UdS`bWQOZU`]eW\U chickens, bees, community QVWQYS\aPSSaQ][[c\Wbg gardening, worm farms and UO`RS\W\Ue]`[TO`[aO\R flower and ornamental gardens. Ă&#x20AC;]eS`O\R]`\O[S\bOZUO`RS\a The tour benefits the Portland BVSb]c`PS\SÂżbabVS>]`bZO\R Education Foundation. 3RcQObW]\4]c\RObW]\ WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. E63<(O[b]!(!^[ WHERE: Various locations E63@3(DO`W]caZ]QObW]\a in Portland W\>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $20 to $25 6=E;C16( b] # Tickets at Jet Video, BWQYSbaOb8SbDWRS] 199 Pleasant Ave., Portland; ''>ZSOaO\b/dS>]`bZO\R) 442-6722, "" $% &824 "

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Showtunes and opera favorites AV]ebc\SaO\R]^S`OTOd]`WbSa by acclaimed soprano Suzanne PgOQQZOW[SRa]^`O\]AchO\\S Nance are the order of the day at <O\QSO`SbVS]`RS`]TbVSROgOb this Augusta show. InternationbVWa/cUcabOaV]e7\bS`\ObW]\ ally known pianist George Lopez OZZgY\]e\^WO\Wab5S]`US:]^Sh will accompany Nance. eWZZOQQ][^O\g<O\QS WHEN: 2^[ p.m. E63<( WHERE: Jewett Auditorium, E63@3(8SeSbb/cRWb]`Wc[ University Drive, Augusta C\WdS`aWbg2`WdS/cUcabO HOW MUCH: $5/$10; 6=E;C16(#) Q]\QS`baObXSeSbbQ][

"Trailer Park Musical" Ă&#x2C6;KiX`c\iGXibDlj`ZXcĂ&#x2030; Penobscot Theatre presents the >S\]PaQ]bBVSOb`S^`SaS\babVS Maine premiere of the campy ;OW\S^`S[WS`S]TbVSQO[^g fable "The Great American Trailer TOPZSÂľBVS5`SOb/[S`WQO\B`OWZS` Park Musical." Adultery, strippers, >O`Y;caWQOZÂś/RcZbS`gab`W^^S`a murderous ex-boyfriends, Costco [c`RS`]caSfP]gT`WS\Ra1]abQ] and the Ice Capades are among O\RbVS7QS1O^ORSaO`SO[]\U the themes tackled in a tale set bVSbVS[SabOQYZSRW\ObOZSaSb in Armadillo Acres mobile home W\/`[ORWZZ]/Q`Sa[]PWZSV][S community. There's even a Greek Q][[c\WbgBVS`S¸aSdS\O5`SSY chorus of trailer-park divas. QV]`ca]Tb`OWZS`^O`YRWdOa WHEN: 3 p.m. E63<(!^[ WHERE: Bangor Opera E63@3(0O\U]`=^S`O House, 131 Main St. 6]caS!;OW\Ab HOW MUCH: $20 to $35; 6=E;C16( b]!#) ^S\]PaQ]bbVSOb`S]`U

Ale\(* Bloomsday 9cffdj[Xp Celebration :\c\YiXk`fe Bloomsday is a celebration of 0Z]][aROgWaOQSZSP`ObW]\]T James Joyce's novel "Ulysses." 8O[Sa8]gQS¸a\]dSZµCZgaaSa¶ The celebration begins tonight BVSQSZSP`ObW]\PSUW\ab]\WUVb with poet/scholar/storyteller SeeWbV^]SbaQV]ZO`ab]`gbSZZS`AS bastian Lockwood's performance POabWO\:]QYe]]R¸a^S`T]`[O\QS of "Finnegan's Wake Live!" The ]Tµ4W\\SUO\¸aEOYS:WdS¶BVS Seanachie Nights regulars will ASO\OQVWS<WUVba`SUcZO`aeWZZ also be regaling audience memOZa]PS`SUOZW\UOcRWS\QS[S[ bers with Irish tales and music. PS`aeWbV7`WaVbOZSaO\R[caWQ WHEN: 7 to 9 p.m. E63<(%b]'^[ WHERE: Bull Feeney's, E63@3(0cZZ4SS\Sg¸a 375 Fore St., Portland !%#4]`SAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $9; 846-1321 6=E;C16(')&"$! 

"Images of the Ă&#x2C6;@dX^\jf]k_\ Longfellow Garden" Cfe^]\ccfn>Xi[\eĂ&#x2030; See historical images that trace ASSVWab]`WQOZW[OUSabVObb`OQS the changing landscape that bVSQVO\UW\UZO\RaQO^SbVOb is now the Longfellow Garden. Wa\]ebVS:]\UTSZZ]e5O`RS\ This show underscores how the BVWaaV]ec\RS`aQ]`SaV]ebVS garden has evolved from a workUO`RS\VOaSd]ZdSRT`][Oe]`Y ing yard to an unexpected green W\UgO`Rb]O\c\Sf^SQbSRU`SS\ space honoring the poet in the a^OQSV]\]`W\UbVS^]SbW\bVS center of urban Portland. QS\bS`]Tc`PO\>]`bZO\R WHEN: 10 a.m. E63<(O[ to 5 p.m. b]#^[ WHERE: Maine E63@3(;OW\S Historical 6Wab]`WQOZ Society, 489 A]QWSbg"&' Congress St., 1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: 6=E;C16( to $5; $2b]#) [OW\SVWab]`g]`U

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Old Abram Brown Fc[8YiXd9ifne New Hampshire and Boston<Se6O[^aVW`SO\R0]ab]\ based indie-rockers Old Abram POaSRW\RWS`]QYS`a=ZR/P`O[ Brown perform their melodic, 0`]e\^S`T]`[bVSW`[SZ]RWQ guitar filled songs in Biddeford UcWbO`ÂżZZSRa]\UaW\0WRRST]`R tonight. More indie music is in b]\WUVb;]`SW\RWS[caWQWaW\ the mix with We Are Trees from bVS[WfeWbVES/`SB`SSaT`][ Caerphilly, England. Old Soul 1OS`^VWZZg3\UZO\R=ZRA]cZ rounds out the trio of acts. `]c\Ra]cbbVSb`W]]TOQba WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: The Oak and E63@3(BVS=OYO\R The Ax, 140 Main St., BVS/f";OW\Ab Biddeford 0WRRST]`R HOW MUCH: $7; theoakand 6=E;C16(%)bVS]OYO\R bVSOfPZ]Ua^]bQ][

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Ale\("Nightof Ă&#x2C6;E`^_kf] :_Xdg`fejĂ&#x2030; Champions" Athletes from USA Boxing /bVZSbSaT`][CA/0]fW\U New England will be trading <Se3\UZO\ReWZZPSb`ORW\U punches in Scarborough's ^c\QVSaW\AQO`P]`]cUV¸a music venue turned boxing [caWQdS\cSbc`\SRP]fW\U arena. The event features O`S\OBVSSdS\bTSObc`Sa fighting legend Mickey Ward ÂżUVbW\UZSUS\R;WQYSgEO`R as host, and includes a prime OaV]abO\RW\QZcRSaO^`W[S rib dinner and cabaret-style `WPRW\\S`O\RQOPO`SbabgZS ringside seating in the round `W\UaWRSaSObW\UW\bVS`]c\R for an eight-bout night. T]`O\SWUVbP]cb\WUVb  WHEN: 7 p.m. E63<(%^[ WHERE: The Landing at E63@3(BVS:O\RW\UOb Pine Point, Scarborough >W\S>]W\bAQO`P]`]cUV HOW MUCH: $65/$75; 6=E;C16($#%#) bVSZO\RW\UOb^W\S^]W\bQ][

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Blackbeard the pirate (Ian McShane) and Capt. Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) face off in “Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.”

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“THE CONSPIRATOR” (2:03) (PG-13) Stars Robin Wright, James McAvoy and Tom Wilkinson. Directed by Robert Redford. Mary Surratt is the lone female charged as a co-conspirator in the assassination trial of Abraham Lincoln. As the whole nation turns against her, she is forced to rely on her reluctant lawyer to uncover the truth and save her life. Some violent content. Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 1, 3:45, 6:50, 9:30; Cinemagic Westbrook Today 6:30, 9:30 “EVERYTHING MUST GO” (R) Stars Will Farrell, Rebecca Hall and Christopher Jordan Wallace. Directed by Dan Rush. After Nick Halsey loses his job, the rest of his life begins to crumble as his wife leaves him and he starts drinking again. Oddly enough, selling his worldly possessions on his front lawn with the help of two neighbors might be the key to his preservation. Language and some sexual content. Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 12:45, 3, 5:10, 7:30, 9:45 Fri-Wed 1:10, 3:20, 7:40, 9:50 “FAST FIVE” (2:10) (PG-13) Stars Paul Walker, Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson. Directed by Justin Lin. Dominic and his crew find themselves on the wrong side of the law once again as they try to switch lanes between a ruthless drug lord and a relentless federal agent. Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Today 12, 3:20, 6:50, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12, 3:20, 7, 9:50; Cinemagic Saco Today 12:20, 3:05, 6:30, 9:15; Brunswick 10 Today 1:05, 6:40 “THE HANGOVER PART II” (1:42) (R) Stars Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ed Helms. Directed by Todd Phillips. Right after the bachelor party in Las Vegas, Phil, Stu, Alan and Doug jet to Thailand for Stu’s wedding. Stu’s plan for a subdued pre-wedding brunch, however, goes seriously awry. Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today-Wed 1:30, 4:30, 7:10, 9:40; Falmouth 10 Today 4:40, 5, 7:15, 7:40 Fri 4:15, 4;45, 6:50, 7:40, 9:15, 10:15 Sat 1:50, 2:20, 4:15, 4:45, 6:50, 7:40, 9:15, 10:15 Sun 1:50, 2:20, 4:15, 4:45, 6:50, 7:40 Mon-Wed 4:15, 4:45, 6:50, 7:40;

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CLASSICAL MUSIC N#,!33)#!,-53)# "OSTON#HAMBER-USIC%NSEMBLE PARTOFTHE Boston Chamber Music Ensemble, part of the 1 7th annual Chamber Music Festival, Dunaway THANNUAL#HAMBER-USIC&ESTIVAL $UNAWAY Center, Ogunquit. $12. 363-2283. 8 p.m. Friday. #ENTER /GUNQUIT PM&RIDAY $APONTE3TRING1UARTET PARTOFTHETHANNUAL Daponte String Quartet, part of the 1 7th annual Chamber Music Festival, Barn Gallery, Ogunquit. #HAMBER-USIC&ESTIVAL "ARN'ALLERY /GUNQUIT $12. 363-2283. 8 p.m. Saturday.  PM3ATURDAY "Incantation and Dance," Vox Nova Chamber h)NCANTATIONAND$ANCE v6OX.OVA#HAMBER Choir, Bowdoin Chapel, Brunswick. $15. #HOIR "OWDOIN#HAPEL "RUNSWICK 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday. VOXNOVACHOIRCOMTOPM3UNDAY Soprano Suzanne Nance, accompanied by 3OPRANO3UZANNE.ANCE ACCOMPANIEDBY George Lopez on piano, Jewett Auditorium, 'EORGE,OPEZONPIANO *EWETT!UDITORIUM Augusta. $5 to $10; free for ages 12 and under. !UGUSTATOFREEFORAGESANDUNDER 621-3551.2 p.m. Sunday.  PM3UNDAY Organists Albert Melton and Randall Mullin, /RGANISTS!LBERT-ELTONAND2ANDALL-ULLIN Cathedral Church of St. Luke, Portland. Free/ #ATHEDRAL#HURCHOF3T,UKE 0ORTLAND&REE donations. 772-5434. 3 p.m. Sunday. DONATIONS PM3UNDAY

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BOWDOINEDU4HROUGH*UNE "Modernism at Bowdoin: American Paintings, h-ODERNISMAT"OWDOIN!MERICAN0AINTINGS 1900-1940," Bowdoin College Museum of Art,   v"OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT Brunswick, Through June 26. "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDU4HROUGH*UNE ART MUSEUMS N!24-53%5-3 "Images of the Longfellow Garden," historical h)MAGESOFTHE,ONGFELLOW'ARDEN vHISTORICAL OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 images tracing the history of the garden, Maine IMAGESTRACINGTHEHISTORYOFTHEGARDEN -AINE "Emerging Dis/Order," drawings by Amy Stacey Historical Society, Portland, h%MERGING$IS/RDER vDRAWINGSBY!MY3TACEY (ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLANDMAINEHISTORYORG Curtis, Alison Hildreth and Andrea Sulzer, Bates Through June 30. #URTIS !LISON(ILDRETHAND!NDREA3ULZER "ATES 4HROUGH*UNE College (Museum of Art), Lewiston. 786-6158. "Garden Elements," garden sculpture, furnishings #OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT ,EWISTON  h'ARDEN%LEMENTS vGARDENSCULPTURE FURNISHINGS Opening reception, 4 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through and other elements that personalize a landscape /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH ANDOTHERELEMENTSTHATPERSONALIZEALANDSCAPE Sept. 10. and enhance its natural beauty, Coastal Maine 3EPT ANDENHANCEITSNATURALBEAUTY #OASTAL-AINE "Selected Drawings and Photographs from the Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. h3ELECTED$RAWINGSAND0HOTOGRAPHSFROMTHE "OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYMAINEGARDENSORG Marsden Hartley Memorial Collection," Bates Through June 30. -ARSDEN(ARTLEY-EMORIAL#OLLECTION v"ATES 4HROUGH*UNE College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. 786-6158. "Dahlov Ipcar: From the Drawing Board to the #OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTON  h$AHLOV)PCAR&ROMTHE$RAWING"OARDTOTHE Opening reception, 4 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through Page," drawings and paintings, Coastal Maine /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH 0AGE vDRAWINGSANDPAINTINGS #OASTAL-AINE Sept. 5. Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. 3EPT "OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYMAINEGARDENSORG "Andrew and Jamie Wyeth: Selections from the Through July 10. h!NDREWAND*AMIE7YETH3ELECTIONSFROMTHE 4HROUGH*ULY Private Collection of Victoria Browning Wyeth," 0RIVATE#OLLECTIONOF6ICTORIA"ROWNING7YETH v "The Plastic Ocean," ceramics by Susan h4HE0LASTIC/CEAN vCERAMICSBY3USAN paintings, Bates College (Olin Arts Center), Schultz, Ogunquit Museum of American Art. PAINTINGS "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER 3CHULTZ /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT Lewiston. 786-6158. Opening reception with Through July 31. ,EWISTON /PENINGRECEPTIONWITH OGUNQUITMUSEUMORG4HROUGH*ULY lecture by Victoria Wyeth, 3:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday. h2EFASHIONED vJACKETS HAIRSTYLESANDDRESSES LECTUREBY6ICTORIA7YETH TOPM3ATURDAY "Refashioned," jackets, hairstyles and dresses Through Oct. 2. 4HROUGH/CT reimagined as art by Lauren Gillette, Anne REIMAGINEDASARTBY,AUREN'ILLETTE !NNE "Andrew Wyeth, Christina's World and the Olson ,EMANSKIAND!NGELIKA7ERTH 0ORTLAND-USEUM h!NDREW7YETH #HRISTINAS7ORLDANDTHE/LSON Lemanski and Angelika Werth, Portland Museum House," Farnsworth Art Museum (Wyeth Center), (OUSE v&ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM7YETH#ENTER of Art. Through July 31. OF!RTPORTLANDMUSEUMORG4HROUGH*ULY Rockland. Members2OCKLANDFARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG-EMBERS "Cold Waters, Cold War: The 2Oth Century Navy h#OLD7ATERS #OLD7AR4HETH#ENTURY.AVY only preview, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Friday. 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full-fledged musical. It ran first in Los AnGVMMnFEHFENVTJDBM*USBOmSTUJO-PT"O geles in 2006, then moved Off-Broadway HFMFTJO UIFONPWFE0GG#SPBEXBZ to New York in 2008. It has been produced UP/FX:PSLJO*UIBTCFFOQSPEVDFE around the country in the years since. BSPVOEUIFDPVOUSZJOUIFZFBSTTJODF Bean typically does not travel to the #FBOUZQJDBMMZEPFTOPUUSBWFMUPUIF theaters that produce the show, but he UIFBUFSTUIBUQSPEVDFUIFTIPX CVUIF wanted to come to Maine to consult with XBOUFEUPDPNFUP.BJOFUPDPOTVMUXJUI director Chan Harris and choreographer EJSFDUPS$IBO)BSSJTBOEDIPSFPHSBQIFS Jacob Toth during the rehearsal process. +BDPC5PUIEVSJOHUIFSFIFBSTBMQSPDFTT Actually, he wanted to come to Maine "DUVBMMZ IFXBOUFEUPDPNFUP.BJOF because he likes it here. He visited a few CFDBVTFIFMJLFTJUIFSF)FWJTJUFEBGFX years ago on a cruise ship, and vowed to ZFBSTBHPPOBDSVJTFTIJQ BOEWPXFEUP return to spend more time for exploraSFUVSOUPTQFOENPSFUJNFGPSFYQMPSB tion. When he learned that Maine State UJPO8IFOIFMFBSOFEUIBU.BJOF4UBUF Music Theatre planned to produce the .VTJD5IFBUSFQMBOOFEUPQSPEVDFUIF show in its season-opening slot, it created TIPXJOJUTTFBTPOPQFOJOHTMPU JUDSFBUFE a perfect excuse to come and enjoy the BQFSGFDUFYDVTFUPDPNFBOEFOKPZUIF early days of summer. FBSMZEBZTPGTVNNFS "I am here mostly as a guest," he said. i*BNIFSFNPTUMZBTBHVFTU wIFTBJE "I find it fascinating as a writer to see i*mOEJUGBTDJOBUJOHBTBXSJUFSUPTFF other people interpreting my work. I PUIFSQFPQMFJOUFSQSFUJOHNZXPSL* watch without commenting too much. I XBUDIXJUIPVUDPNNFOUJOHUPPNVDI* try to stand in the back and let them go USZUPTUBOEJOUIFCBDLBOEMFUUIFNHP at it." BUJUw The cast features Brittney Morello, Lara 5IFDBTUGFBUVSFT#SJUUOFZ.PSFMMP -BSB Seibert, Morgan Smith and Danielle Erin 4FJCFSU .PSHBO4NJUIBOE%BOJFMMF&SJO Rhodes. They sing 34 songs in the show, 3IPEFT5IFZTJOHTPOHTJOUIFTIPX  accompanied by a live band that performs BDDPNQBOJFECZBMJWFCBOEUIBUQFSGPSNT on stage. POTUBHF

gallery talk with Maine weavers Susan Barrett GALLERYTALKWITH-AINEWEAVERS3USAN"ARRETT Merrill and Emi Ito, 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday. Through -ERRILLAND%MI)TO TOPM3UNDAY4HROUGH *UNE June 30. Season Opening, works by gallery printmakers, 3EASON/PENING WORKSBYGALLERYPRINTMAKERS show of hooked and woven rugs, presentation SHOWOFHOOKEDANDWOVENRUGS PRESENTATION OFNEWWORKSBYWOODTURNER#HRIS*OYCEAND of new works by wood turner Chris Joyce and h)SLAND0ONDS vAMULTI ARTISTSHOWANDCELEBRATION "Island Ponds," a multi-artist show and celebration OFTHE)SLAND(ERITAGE4RUSTPURCHASEOF,ILY0OND of the Island Heritage Trust purchase of Lily Pond; Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle. 348-9977. Opening 4URTLE'ALLERY $EER)SLE /PENING reception, 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday. RECEPTION TOPM3UNDAY )NTERNATIONAL'UILDOF-INIATURE!RTISANS%XHIBIT International Guild of Miniature Artisans Exhibit, HANDCRAFTEDWORKSBYINSTRUCTORSANDSTUDENTS handcrafted works by instructors and students, Maine Maritime Academy (Harold Alfond Student -AINE-ARITIME!CADEMY(AROLD!LFOND3TUDENT Center), Castine. 326-2283. Opens Sunday. #ENTER #ASTINE /PENS3UNDAY 4HROUGH*UNE Through June 16. Art Talk with Painter Abby Shahn, Harlow Gallery, !RT4ALKWITH0AINTER!BBY3HAHN (ARLOW'ALLERY Hallowell. 622-3813. 7 p.m. Wednesday. (ALLOWELL PM7EDNESDAY "Between Earth and Sky," sculpture exhibition h"ETWEEN%ARTHAND3KY vSCULPTUREEXHIBITION and sale, Hawk Ridge Farm, Pownal. 688-4468. ANDSALE (AWK2IDGE&ARM 0OWNAL  Opening reception, 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM7EDNESDAY Through July 27. 4HROUGH*ULY CONTINUING #/.4).5).' MFAThesis Exhibition, multimedia by graduate -&!4HESIS%XHIBITION MULTIMEDIABYGRADUATE students, Maine College of Art (Institute of STUDENTS -AINE#OLLEGEOF!RT)NSTITUTEOF Contemporary Art), Portland, Through #ONTEMPORARY!RT 0ORTLANDMECAEDU4HROUGH Sunday. 3UNDAY "Woodland Margins," works by Barbara Bean, h7OODLAND-ARGINS vWORKSBY"ARBARA"EAN Georgetown Historical Society, georgetown 'EORGETOWN(ISTORICAL3OCIETYGEORGETOWN Through Wednesday. HISTORICALSOCIETYORG4HROUGH7EDNESDAY William Manning, paintings, Icon Contemporary 7ILLIAM-ANNING PAINTINGS )CON#ONTEMPORARY Art, Brunswick. 725-8157. Through June 18. !RT "RUNSWICK 4HROUGH*UNE "Spring Exhibition," work by Nancy Classman, h3PRING%XHIBITION vWORKBY.ANCY'LASSMAN Dan West, Liz Await, Anne Alexander and Maggie $AN7EST ,IZ!WALT !NNE!LEXANDERAND-AGGIE Foskett; Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland. 594-5935. &OSKETT#ALDBECK'ALLERY 2OCKLAND  Through June 18. 4HROUGH*UNE "Plein Air Painters Invitational," Gallery on h0LEIN!IR0AINTERS)NVITATIONAL v'ALLERYON Chase Hill, Kennebunkport. #HASE(ILL +ENNEBUNKPORTMAINE ARTCOM Through June 23. 4HROUGH*UNE "Fake Forest," sculptures and prints by Leslie h&AKE&OREST vSCULPTURESANDPRINTSBY,ESLIE Wick, running with scissors, Portland. 699-4242. 7ICK RUNNINGWITHSCISSORS 0ORTLAND  Through June 24. 4HROUGH*UNE "Moments and Abstractions," photography by h-OMENTSAND!BSTRACTIONS vPHOTOGRAPHYBY C.C. Church and Richard Veit, Portland Photo ###HURCHAND2ICHARD6EIT 0ORTLAND0HOTO Works, Through June 7ORKSPORTLANDPHOTOWORKSCOM4HROUGH*UNE 24. 

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on the left coast to Portland before we're POUIFMFGUDPBTUUP1PSUMBOECFGPSFXFSF all tired of hearing about it. BMMUJSFEPGIFBSJOHBCPVUJU It's not perfect - the food won't blow you *UTOPUQFSGFDUoUIFGPPEXPOUCMPXZPV away - but at least someone is trying to BXBZoCVUBUMFBTUTPNFPOFJTUSZJOHUP do something different, with reasonable EPTPNFUIJOHEJGGFSFOU XJUISFBTPOBCMF prices. And it gets big points for staying QSJDFT"OEJUHFUTCJHQPJOUTGPSTUBZJOH open until 2 a.m. a few nights a week. It's PQFOVOUJMBNBGFXOJHIUTBXFFL*UT great to have a place besides McDonald's HSFBUUPIBWFBQMBDFCFTJEFT.D%POBMET where you can get fast-food takeout at 1 XIFSFZPVDBOHFUGBTUGPPEUBLFPVUBU a.m. BN We paid two visits to Gogi and sampled 8FQBJEUXPWJTJUTUP(PHJBOETBNQMFE a number of items on the menu. The BOVNCFSPGJUFNTPOUIFNFOV5IF small fried pork dumplings ($6 for six) TNBMMGSJFEQPSLEVNQMJOHT GPSTJY  were served crispy and hot, but the flavor XFSFTFSWFEDSJTQZBOEIPU CVUUIFnBWPS was more about the dough than the meat XBTNPSFBCPVUUIFEPVHIUIBOUIFNFBU filling inside. To really get a good taste of mMMJOHJOTJEF5PSFBMMZHFUBHPPEUBTUFPG the meat, you have to pull the filling out UIFNFBU ZPVIBWFUPQVMMUIFmMMJOHPVU and nibble it on its own. There are some BOEOJCCMFJUPOJUTPXO5IFSFBSFTPNF outstanding pork dumplings in this town PVUTUBOEJOHQPSLEVNQMJOHTJOUIJTUPXO


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Houlton, is a corn-based spirit distilled in )PVMUPO JTBDPSOCBTFETQJSJUEJTUJMMFEJO small batches to 160 proof (80 percent alTNBMMCBUDIFTUPQSPPG QFSDFOUBM cohol by volume). Its high ethanol content DPIPMCZWPMVNF *UTIJHIFUIBOPMDPOUFOU Courtesy photo 1]c`bSag^V]b] makes it ideal for doing quick infusions NBLFTJUJEFBMGPSEPJOHRVJDLJOGVTJPOT Vodka in this jar is being infused with D]RYOW\bVWaXO`WaPSW\UW\TcaSReWbV with strong flavors, but in Maine it can XJUITUSPOHnBWPST CVUJO.BJOFJUDBO the flavors of strawberries and basil. bVSĂ&#x20AC;Od]`a]Tab`OePS``WSaO\RPOaWZ be sold only to licensed bars and restauCFTPMEPOMZUPMJDFOTFECBSTBOESFTUBV rants. SBOUT one of my favorites as well in terms of POFPGNZGBWPSJUFTBTXFMMJOUFSNTPG "Traditionally, with vodka, people will let nBWPSBOEDPMPSBOESJDIOFTTA4NVDLFST i5SBEJUJPOBMMZ XJUIWPELB QFPQMFXJMMMFU flavor and color and richness. 'Smuckers (an infusion) sit for two to three weeks on JOBKBSJTUIFXBZ*EFTDSJCFJUUPQFPQMF BOJOGVTJPO TJUGPSUXPUPUISFFXFFLTPO in ajar' is the way I describe it to people end," said Scott Galbiati of the Northern FOE wTBJE4DPUU(BMCJBUJPGUIF/PSUIFSO when we're trying it." XIFOXFSFUSZJOHJUw Maine Distilling Co. .BJOF%JTUJMMJOH$P Others infusions that might sound 0UIFSTJOGVTJPOTUIBUNJHIUTPVOE With High Proof Spirit, the process is 8JUI)JHI1SPPG4QJSJU UIFQSPDFTTJT strange have turned out to be surprisingTUSBOHFIBWFUVSOFEPVUUPCFTVSQSJTJOH whittled down to hours, making it easier XIJUUMFEEPXOUPIPVST NBLJOHJUFBTJFS ly good. Would you try a glass of seasoned MZHPPE8PVMEZPVUSZBHMBTTPGTFBTPOFE to experiment with different flavor comUPFYQFSJNFOUXJUIEJGGFSFOUnBWPSDPN rotisserie chicken? SPUJTTFSJFDIJDLFO binations. And it doesn't take any fancy CJOBUJPOT"OEJUEPFTOUUBLFBOZGBODZ "It tastes like walking past the rotisserie i*UUBTUFTMJLFXBMLJOHQBTUUIFSPUJTTFSJF equipment - Galbiati is constantly makFRVJQNFOUo(BMCJBUJJTDPOTUBOUMZNBL in the deli," Galbiati said. "It's salty, it's a JOUIFEFMJ w(BMCJBUJTBJEi*UTTBMUZ JUTB ing new infusions in Mason jars. JOHOFXJOGVTJPOTJO.BTPOKBST little oily, it's sweet. It really does demonMJUUMFPJMZ JUTTXFFU*USFBMMZEPFTEFNPO Galbiati has made infusions with every(BMCJBUJIBTNBEFJOGVTJPOTXJUIFWFSZ strate how far out there you can take it." TUSBUFIPXGBSPVUUIFSFZPVDBOUBLFJUw thing from dark chocolate to gorgonzola. UIJOHGSPNEBSLDIPDPMBUFUPHPSHPO[PMB But Galbiati knows that different people #VU(BMCJBUJLOPXTUIBUEJGGFSFOUQFPQMF He's tried passion fruit, pink pepper)FTUSJFEQBTTJPOGSVJU QJOLQFQQFS have different tastes, and that's why he's IBWFEJGGFSFOUUBTUFT BOEUIBUTXIZIFT corns, bacon and blackberries. He's even DPSOT CBDPOBOECMBDLCFSSJFT)FTFWFO looking forward to the Infusathon. InMPPLJOHGPSXBSEUPUIF*OGVTBUIPO*O experimented with butter and smoked FYQFSJNFOUFEXJUICVUUFSBOETNPLFE stead of guessing what flavors people will TUFBEPGHVFTTJOHXIBUnBWPSTQFPQMFXJMM sardines. (To see all of his experiments, TBSEJOFT 5PTFFBMMPGIJTFYQFSJNFOUT  like, he wants to see what the bartenders MJLF IFXBOUTUPTFFXIBUUIFCBSUFOEFST go to HPUPIJHIQSPPGTQJSJUDPN

can come up with on their own. DBODPNFVQXJUIPOUIFJSPXO Some infusions that he thought would 4PNFJOGVTJPOTUIBUIFUIPVHIUXPVME "We call ourselves 'canvas makers,'" he i8FDBMMPVSTFMWFTADBOWBTNBLFST wIF work well, such as watermelon, were XPSLXFMM TVDIBTXBUFSNFMPO XFSF said. "We like to hand the canvas over to TBJEi8FMJLFUPIBOEUIFDBOWBTPWFSUP disappointing. EJTBQQPJOUJOH you, and then you as the artist can paint ZPV BOEUIFOZPVBTUIFBSUJTUDBOQBJOU "It was more interesting to look at than i*UXBTNPSFJOUFSFTUJOHUPMPPLBUUIBO any picture you want." to taste," Galbiati said. "I think I was aim- BOZQJDUVSFZPVXBOUw UPUBTUF w(BMCJBUJTBJEi*UIJOL*XBTBJN "OEUIFOESJOLJU And then drink it. ing for (Jolly Ranchers). It most certainly JOHGPS +PMMZ3BODIFST *UNPTUDFSUBJOMZ tasted like watermelon, but not nearly UBTUFEMJLFXBUFSNFMPO CVUOPUOFBSMZ Staff Writer Meredith Goad can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`;S`SRWbV5]ORQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb the burst of just vibrant watermelon that UIFCVSTUPGKVTUWJCSBOUXBUFSNFMPOUIBU 791-6332]`Ob( or at: %'$!! I was hoping for, that I can achieve when *XBTIPQJOHGPS UIBU*DBOBDIJFWFXIFO mgoad(a)pressherald. com [U]OR.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ I do my limoncellos or my strawberry, *EPNZMJNPODFMMPTPSNZTUSBXCFSSZ 

FOODIE CENTRAL =FF;@<:<EKI8C FOR MORE NEWS on the Portland 4=@;=@3<3EA]\bVS>]`bZO\R area's food industry, including a O`SO¸aT]]RW\Rcab`gW\QZcRW\UO comprehensive dining guide, read Q][^`SVS\aWdSRW\W\UUcWRS`SOR Food & Dining every Wednesday in 4]]R2W\W\USdS`gESR\SaROgW\ The Portland Press Herald. BVS>]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZR

(think Pai Men Miyake), so while these UIJOL1BJ.FO.JZBLF TPXIJMFUIFTF were fine for what they were, they won't XFSFmOFGPSXIBUUIFZXFSF UIFZXPOU knock your socks off. LOPDLZPVSTPDLTPGG Gogi's tacos range from $2.50 to $3.50 (PHJTUBDPTSBOHFGSPNUP each, and you can make a nice lunch out FBDI BOEZPVDBONBLFBOJDFMVODIPVU of two of them. We tried the BBQ pulled PGUXPPGUIFN8FUSJFEUIF##2QVMMFE pork and the shrimp, but they also serve QPSLBOEUIFTISJNQ CVUUIFZBMTPTFSWF marinated chicken, marinated short beef, NBSJOBUFEDIJDLFO NBSJOBUFETIPSUCFFG  tofu and marinated shiitake mushroom UPGVBOENBSJOBUFETIJJUBLFNVTISPPN fillings. The toppings are a mild mix mMMJOHT5IFUPQQJOHTBSFBNJMENJY of lettuce/cabbage, red onions, pickled PGMFUUVDFDBCCBHF SFEPOJPOT QJDLMFE cucumbers and bean sprouts, tomato DVDVNCFSTBOECFBOTQSPVUT UPNBUP and cilantro. Everything was wrapped in BOEDJMBOUSP&WFSZUIJOHXBTXSBQQFEJO two small corn tortillas and served with a UXPTNBMMDPSOUPSUJMMBTBOETFSWFEXJUIB lime wedge. MJNFXFEHF

The tacos can also be ordered in a let5IFUBDPTDBOBMTPCFPSEFSFEJOBMFU tuce or seaweed wrap. UVDFPSTFBXFFEXSBQ On our second visit, we tried the fish 0OPVSTFDPOEWJTJU XFUSJFEUIFmTI taco ($3.50). I was hoping for flaky white UBDP  *XBTIPQJOHGPSnBLZXIJUF fish, but what I got were two tiny squares mTI CVUXIBU*HPUXFSFUXPUJOZTRVBSFT of fried fish that tasted more of the PGGSJFEmTIUIBUUBTUFENPSFPGUIF crunchy fried outer coating than fish. DSVODIZGSJFEPVUFSDPBUJOHUIBOmTI This points out my main frustration with 5IJTQPJOUTPVUNZNBJOGSVTUSBUJPOXJUI the tacos - too much kimchi/veg, not UIFUBDPToUPPNVDILJNDIJWFH OPU enough meat. Indeed, on our first visit, FOPVHINFBU*OEFFE POPVSmSTUWJTJU  the kitchen got our order wrong and gave UIFLJUDIFOHPUPVSPSEFSXSPOHBOEHBWF us two pulled pork tacos, and one of them VTUXPQVMMFEQPSLUBDPT BOEPOFPGUIFN had one lone chunk of meat in it. IBEPOFMPOFDIVOLPGNFBUJOJU It's understood that Gogi probably can't *UTVOEFSTUPPEUIBU(PHJQSPCBCMZDBOU stuff their tacos to the brim with meat TUVGGUIFJSUBDPTUPUIFCSJNXJUINFBU or they'd kill their bottom line. I get that PSUIFZELJMMUIFJSCPUUPNMJOF*HFUUIBU there is an appropriate portion size. UIFSFJTBOBQQSPQSJBUFQPSUJPOTJ[F But you shouldn't have to pick through #VUZPVTIPVMEOUIBWFUPQJDLUISPVHI your taco with a fork to try to find out if ZPVSUBDPXJUIBGPSLUPUSZUPmOEPVUJG the meat or fish has any flavor because UIFNFBUPSmTIIBTBOZnBWPSCFDBVTF it is so overwhelmed by the vegetables JUJTTPPWFSXIFMNFECZUIFWFHFUBCMFT - especially in a place that is named Gogi, oFTQFDJBMMZJOBQMBDFUIBUJTOBNFE(PHJ  which means "meat" in Korean. The fish XIJDINFBOTiNFBUwJO,PSFBO5IFmTI in the fish taco, especially, seemed a little JOUIFmTIUBDP FTQFDJBMMZ TFFNFEBMJUUMF

BJOFTCSFXFSTNBZIBWFTUVNCMFE aine's brewers may have stumbled POUPBXBZUPNBLFGSVJUCFFSTNPSF onto a way to make fruit beers more QBMBUBCMFUPZPVSTUBOEBSECFFS palatable to your standard beer ESJOLFS:PVNBLFUIFGSVJUnBWPSKVTU drinker. You make the fruit flavor just CBSFMZEFUFDUBCMF barely detectable. 5IBU BUMFBTU XBT That, at least, was UIFLFZUPUIFTVD the key to the sucDFTTPG4NBTIFE cess of Smashed #MVFCFSSZ UIFMBUFTU Blueberry (the latest JOUIFTFSJFTPG"MBO in the series of Alan 1VHTMFZT4JHOBUVSF Pugsley's Signature 4FSJFTGSPN4IJQZBSE Series from Shipyard #SFXJOH$PNQBOZ  Brewing Company) T Atwoll BOE1FUF'FOT'JOFTU and Pete Fen's Finest 'UNI HlW-cll "MF BNBMUCFWFSBHF Ale (a malt beverage u / k - f Alp- VAI I CSFXFEXJUIDSBOCFSSZ brewed with cranberry v v ' I a l n i c J ' u u DPODFOUSBUFGSPNUIF concentrate from the .BOMZ.FO#FFS$MVC  Manly Men Beer Club, UIFTQFDJBMUZCFFSTFHNFOUPG"UMBOUJD the specialty beer segment of Atlantic #SFXJOHJO#BS)BSCPS

Brewing in Bar Harbor.) *CPVHIUUIFPVODF4NBTIFE#MVF I bought the 22-ounce Smashed BlueCFSSZGPSPOUIFXBZUPBNFFUJOH  berry for $6.99 on the way to a meeting, TUBTIFEJUJOUIFSFGSJHFSBUPSEVSJOHUIF stashed it in the refrigerator during the meeting, and split it with eight guys after NFFUJOH BOETQMJUJUXJUIFJHIUHVZTBGUFS the meeting. I figure that got it pretty UIFNFFUJOH*mHVSFUIBUHPUJUQSFUUZ close to the 55 degrees Fahrenheit that DMPTFUPUIFEFHSFFT'BISFOIFJUUIBU Shipyard recommends. 4IJQZBSESFDPNNFOET The group tasting included four beer 5IFHSPVQUBTUJOHJODMVEFEGPVSCFFS geeks, including three who brew their own HFFLT JODMVEJOHUISFFXIPCSFXUIFJSPXO and one guy who prefers wine to beer and BOEPOFHVZXIPQSFGFSTXJOFUPCFFSBOE was joining in just to be sociable. A couple XBTKPJOJOHJOKVTUUPCFTPDJBCMF"DPVQMF of them were prepared to seriously dislike PGUIFNXFSFQSFQBSFEUPTFSJPVTMZEJTMJLF this beer. UIJTCFFS The surprise was that everyone, even 5IFTVSQSJTFXBTUIBUFWFSZPOF FWFO the wine guy, liked it, and a couple of them UIFXJOFHVZ MJLFEJU BOEBDPVQMFPGUIFN loved it. You could smell just a little bit MPWFEJU:PVDPVMETNFMMKVTUBMJUUMFCJU of the blueberry before drinking, but the PGUIFCMVFCFSSZCFGPSFESJOLJOH CVUUIF flavor at the front was mostly the choconBWPSBUUIFGSPOUXBTNPTUMZUIFDIPDP late malt of an excellent porter. It had a MBUFNBMUPGBOFYDFMMFOUQPSUFS*UIBEB good, heavy mouth feel with fairly heavy HPPE IFBWZNPVUIGFFMXJUIGBJSMZIFBWZ carbonation. At the end of the flavor, there DBSCPOBUJPO"UUIFFOEPGUIFnBWPS UIFSF was just a bit of smoke. XBTKVTUBCJUPGTNPLF

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miserly. NJTFSMZ The shrimp taco, on the other hand, had 5IFTISJNQUBDP POUIFPUIFSIBOE IBE plenty of shrimp and was spicier than the QMFOUZPGTISJNQBOEXBTTQJDJFSUIBOUIF other tacos. PUIFSUBDPT Gogi also serves quesadillas made with (PHJBMTPTFSWFTRVFTBEJMMBTNBEFXJUI Monterey jack cheese and filled with .POUFSFZKBDLDIFFTFBOEmMMFEXJUI marinated chicken, marinated beef, tofu, NBSJOBUFEDIJDLFO NBSJOBUFECFFG UPGV  crabmeat, Maine shrimp, shiitake mushDSBCNFBU .BJOFTISJNQ TIJJUBLFNVTI room and kimchi. Prices range from $6 to SPPNBOELJNDIJ1SJDFTSBOHFGSPNUP $8.25 for the crabmeat quesadilla. GPSUIFDSBCNFBURVFTBEJMMB Also PO on UIF the NFOV menu BSF are GSJFT fries   ($3), GSJFE fried "MTP shrimp EVNQMJOHT dumplings   ($6), LJNDIJ kimchi GSJFE fried SJDF rice TISJNQ ($4), and Maine scallop ceviche ($6).  BOE.BJOFTDBMMPQDFWJDIF   Despite PVS our DSJUJDJTNT  criticisms, XF we SFDPNNFOE recommend %FTQJUF you give Gogi a try. They are trying to do ZPVHJWF(PHJBUSZ5IFZBSFUSZJOHUPEP something different, and it's worth checkTPNFUIJOHEJGGFSFOU BOEJUTXPSUIDIFDL ing out. Would I eat there regularly? 1SPC ProbJOHPVU8PVME*FBUUIFSFSFHVMBSMZ ably not; at least not without some tweakBCMZOPUBUMFBTUOPUXJUIPVUTPNFUXFBL ing of the tacos. But I would go back for a JOHPGUIFUBDPT#VU*XPVMEHPCBDLGPSB late-night, early-morning meal. MBUFOJHIU FBSMZNPSOJOHNFBM Beats a Big Mac. #FBUTB#JH.BD The features staff of The Portland Press Herald BVSTSObc`SaabOTT]TBVS>]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZR anonymously samples meals for about $7. O\]\g[]caZgaO[^ZSa[SOZaT]`OP]cb%

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FOOFCVOLQPSUJTBTVNNFSFTDBQFGPS ennebunkport is a summer escape for NBOZGPMLTXIPBSFiGSPNBXBZw5IFZ many folks who are "from away." They NJHSBUFOPSUIJOESPWFT CFBSJOHMJ migrate north in droves, bearing liDFOTFQMBUFTPGFWFSZHFPHSBQIJDBMPSJHJO  cense plates of every geographical origin, BOEUVDLUIFNTFMWFTBXBZJOUPCFBDITJEF and tuck themselves away into beachside FTDBQFT IPQJOHUPFYQFSJFODFBTNBMM escapes, hoping to experience a small QJFDFPGPVSTUBUFTQSPVETMPHBO i5IF piece of our state's proud slogan, "The XBZMJGFTIPVMECFw way life should be." $PNFOJHIUUJNF ZPVMMmOEUIFTFGPMLT Come nighttime, you'll find these folks TMPXMZNFBOEFSJOHUISPVHIUPXO TJUUJOH slowly meandering through town, sitting at little cafes, sipping on cold cocktails BUMJUUMFDBGFT TJQQJOHPODPMEDPDLUBJMT and beers and tasting the local fare. It's BOECFFSTBOEUBTUJOHUIFMPDBMGBSF*UT all very quaint, very delightful and very BMMWFSZRVBJOU WFSZEFMJHIUGVMBOEWFSZ touristy. If that's your scene, get down to UPVSJTUZ*GUIBUTZPVSTDFOF HFUEPXOUP Kennebunkport. ,FOOFCVOLQPSU But if it's not (and personally, I tend #VUJGJUTOPU BOEQFSTPOBMMZ *UFOE to shy away from vacation hubs), keep UPTIZBXBZGSPNWBDBUJPOIVCT LFFQ driving straight through town on Route 9. ESJWJOHTUSBJHIUUISPVHIUPXOPO3PVUF Follow the rustic little wooden signs that 'PMMPXUIFSVTUJDMJUUMFXPPEFOTJHOTUIBU are barely nailed to tall posts pointing you BSFCBSFMZOBJMFEUPUBMMQPTUTQPJOUJOHZPV out of town, hinting at a quiet place off the PVUPGUPXO IJOUJOHBUBRVJFUQMBDFPGGUIF beaten path called Lucas on 9. CFBUFOQBUIDBMMFE-VDBTPO Lucas on 9 opened six years ago with -VDBTPOPQFOFETJYZFBSTBHPXJUI the intention of being the place where the UIFJOUFOUJPOPGCFJOHUIFQMBDFXIFSFUIF locals go for great food, classic drinks and MPDBMTHPGPSHSFBUGPPE DMBTTJDESJOLTBOE congenial conversation with friends and DPOHFOJBMDPOWFSTBUJPOXJUIGSJFOETBOE strangers seeking a comfy, casual neighTUSBOHFSTTFFLJOHBDPNGZ DBTVBMOFJHI borhood bar. CPSIPPECBS "OEEJEJUXPSL And did it work?"CTPMVUFMZ Absolutely. 5IFJODSFEJCMZLJOEGPMLTBU-VDBTPO The incredibly kind folks at Lucas on 9 XFMDPNFZPVXJUIHSBDFBOEDMBTT$IBU welcome you with grace and class. ChatUJOHXBSNMZBTZPVHP ZPVSFMFEUPXBSE ting warmly as you go, you're led toward UIFIPSTFTIPFCBS XFMMTUPDLFEXJUIBOZ the horseshoe bar, well-stocked with any JNBHJOBCMFJOHSFEJFOUTGPSDPDLUBJMTBOE imaginable ingredients for cocktails and martinis - the preferred libation of Lucas NBSUJOJToUIFQSFGFSSFEMJCBUJPOPG-VDBT regulars. SFHVMBST Find a seat at the bar or head to the pe'JOEBTFBUBUUIFCBSPSIFBEUPUIFQF riphery, where high stools and tables are SJQIFSZ XIFSFIJHITUPPMTBOEUBCMFTBSF far enough away for a quiet conversation, GBSFOPVHIBXBZGPSBRVJFUDPOWFSTBUJPO  yet close enough to keep you connected ZFUDMPTFFOPVHIUPLFFQZPVDPOOFDUFE to your cocktail compatriots. Look to your UPZPVSDPDLUBJMDPNQBUSJPUT-PPLUPZPVS left through the windowed partitions to MFGUUISPVHIUIFXJOEPXFEQBSUJUJPOTUP find a comfortable dining area where mOEBDPNGPSUBCMFEJOJOHBSFBXIFSF you can have all manner of treats, from ZPVDBOIBWFBMMNBOOFSPGUSFBUT GSPN RVBSUFS quarter_p QPVOEMPCTUFSNBDBSPOJBOEDIFFTF 0unc[ i 0 b s ter macaroni and cheese ($24.99) to seafood jambalaya ($22.99 full  UPTFBGPPEKBNCBMBZB GVMM order; $16.99 half order). PSEFSIBMGPSEFS  The bar is where I set my sights, and as 5IFCBSJTXIFSF*TFUNZTJHIUT BOEBT soon as I saw the black raspberry marTPPOBT*TBXUIFCMBDLSBTQCFSSZNBS garita ($6.50), I knew my evening was off HBSJUB  *LOFXNZFWFOJOHXBTPGG to a great start. UPBHSFBUTUBSU Lucas on 9 prides itself on keeping the -VDBTPOQSJEFTJUTFMGPOLFFQJOHUIF price point well below the astronomical QSJDFQPJOUXFMMCFMPXUIFBTUSPOPNJDBM figures of many in-town summer spots. mHVSFTPGNBOZJOUPXOTVNNFSTQPUT Take the wine list as an example: Most by5BLFUIFXJOFMJTUBTBOFYBNQMF.PTUCZ the-glass selections (mainly from CaliforUIFHMBTTTFMFDUJPOT NBJOMZGSPN$BMJGPS

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Shipyard's publicity describes this 4IJQZBSETQVCMJDJUZEFTDSJCFTUIJT as a hybrid of a porter and a Scotch BTBIZCSJEPGBQPSUFSBOEB4DPUDI ale, and it is a good hybrid, taking BMF BOEJUJTBHPPEIZCSJE UBLJOH the best of both. The beer contains UIFCFTUPGCPUI5IFCFFSDPOUBJOT 9 percent alcohol, and since it is 22 QFSDFOUBMDPIPM BOETJODFJUJT ounces, you would want someone to PVODFT ZPVXPVMEXBOUTPNFPOFUP share it with. TIBSFJUXJUI Other beers in Pugsley's Signa0UIFSCFFSTJO1VHTMFZT4JHOB ture Series are Smashed Pumpkin, UVSF4FSJFTBSF4NBTIFE1VNQLJO  Barley Wine Style Ale, Imperial #BSMFZ8JOF4UZMF"MF *NQFSJBM

summer is spending time outside. That TVNNFSJTTQFOEJOHUJNFPVUTJEF5IBU time outside should include eating and UJNFPVUTJEFTIPVMEJODMVEFFBUJOHBOE drinking, and Lucas on 9 provides a deESJOLJOH BOE-VDBTPOQSPWJEFTBEF lightful platform for that experience. MJHIUGVMQMBUGPSNGPSUIBUFYQFSJFODF Wander just outside the bar to find 8BOEFSKVTUPVUTJEFUIFCBSUPmOE a lush, green backyard complete with BMVTI HSFFOCBDLZBSEDPNQMFUFXJUI Adirondack chairs, patio umbrellas and "EJSPOEBDLDIBJST QBUJPVNCSFMMBTBOE bistro seating. Take your cocktail and peCJTUSPTFBUJOH5BLFZPVSDPDLUBJMBOEQF ruse the well-groomed grounds barefoot, SVTFUIFXFMMHSPPNFEHSPVOETCBSFGPPU  or relax at one of the tables while taking PSSFMBYBUPOFPGUIFUBCMFTXIJMFUBLJOH in the summer night with beers and other JOUIFTVNNFSOJHIUXJUICFFSTBOEPUIFS tasty treats. UBTUZUSFBUT After all, it is summer in Maine, and "GUFSBMM JUJTTVNNFSJO.BJOF BOE that is precisely what we're all supposed UIBUJTQSFDJTFMZXIBUXFSFBMMTVQQPTFE to do. UPEP Johanna Sorrell is a freelance writer who lives in 8]VO\\OA]``SZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Portland. >]`bZO\R

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Center, Bowdoinham. #ENTER "OWDOINHAMMERRYMEETINGARTSCENTERORG Through June 26. 4HROUGH*UNE "Summertime Blues," group art show, Richard h3UMMERTIME"LUES vGROUPARTSHOW 2ICHARD Boyd Gallery, Peaks Island. 712-1097. Through "OYD'ALLERY 0EAKS)SLAND 4HROUGH Continued from Page E30 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3! June 26. *UNE Philip and Matt Barter: "Father and Son," Joan Osborn Dunkle and Sumner Winebaum, 0HILIPAND-ATT"ARTERh&ATHERAND3ON v *OAN/SBORN$UNKLEAND3UMNER7INEBAUM paintings and wood reliefs, Gleason Fine Arts, paintings and sculptures, Barn Gallery, Ogunquit. PAINTINGSANDWOODRELIEFS 'LEASON&INE!RTS PAINTINGSANDSCULPTURES "ARN'ALLERY /GUNQUIT Boothbay Harbor. 633-6849. Through June 28. 646-8400. Through June 25. "OOTHBAY(ARBOR 4HROUGH*UNE  4HROUGH*UNE The Tuesday Group, work by a collection of artists "The Drawing Story," drawings by 14 artists, 4HE4UESDAY'ROUP WORKBYACOLLECTIONOFARTISTS h4HE$RAWING3TORY vDRAWINGSBYARTISTS that have been meeting Tuesday mornings for 20Harlow Gallery, Hallowell. THATHAVEBEENMEETING4UESDAYMORNINGSFOR (ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELLHARLOWGALLERYORG plus years, Falmouth Memorial Library. 781-2351. Through June 25. PLUSYEARS &ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARY  4HROUGH*UNE Through June 29. "June in June: A Lifetime of A r t , " retrospective 4HROUGH*UNE h*UNEIN*UNE!,IFETIMEOF!RT vRETROSPECTIVE "Postcards from Vacationland," paintings by exhibit by June Stevenson, 3Fish Gallery, Portland. h0OSTCARDSFROM6ACATIONLAND vPAINTINGSBY EXHIBITBY*UNE3TEVENSON &ISH'ALLERY 0ORTLAND Diana Young, Gold/Smith Gallery, Boothbay Through June 25. $IANA9OUNG 'OLD3MITH'ALLERY "OOTHBAY lSHGALLERYCOM4HROUGH*UNE Harbor. 633-6252. Through June 29. "Digital Detour Ahead, " photos by Dave Wade (ARBOR 4HROUGH*UNE h$IGITAL$ETOUR!HEAD vPHOTOSBY$AVE7ADE " D r i v i n g Culture," fine art jewelry, Daunis Fine and mixed media by Jim Kelly, Addison Woolley h$RIVING#ULTURE vlNEARTJEWELRY $AUNIS&INE ANDMIXEDMEDIABY*IM+ELLY !DDISON7OOLLEY Jewelry, Portland, Through June 29. Gallery, Portland, *EWELRY 0ORTLANDDAUNISCOM4HROUGH*UNE 'ALLERY 0ORTLANDADDISONWOOLLEYCOM4HROUGH Gary Akers: "Maine Mornings," Haynes Galleries, June 25. 'ARY!KERSh-AINE-ORNINGS v(AYNES'ALLERIES *UNE Thomaston. 354-0605. Through June 29. "Maine Light," new work by Greenhut Galleries 4HOMASTON 4HROUGH*UNE h-AINE,IGHT vNEWWORKBY'REENHUT'ALLERIES "Off Season, Off Shore: A Documentary Art artists, Greenhut Galleries, Portland. 772-2693. h/FF3EASON /FF3HORE!$OCUMENTARY!RT ARTISTS 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND  Installation," St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. Through June 25. )NSTALLATION v3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH*UNE 347-3075. Through June 30. "Fabulous Fiber," juried show and sale, York Art  4HROUGH*UNE h&ABULOUS&IBER vJURIEDSHOWANDSALE 9ORK!RT "Offerings," new work by Susan Mills, Markings Association, York Harbor. 363-4049. Through June h/FFERINGS vNEWWORKBY3USAN-ILLS -ARKINGS !SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBOR 4HROUGH*UNE Gallery, Bath. 443-1499. Through June 30. 26. 'ALLERY "ATH 4HROUGH*UNE  Oil Paintings by Norma Torti, Red Door Pottery "2011 Invitational Exhibit," new small works /IL0AINTINGSBY.ORMA4ORTI 2ED$OOR0OTTERY h)NVITATIONAL%XHIBIT vNEWSMALLWORKS Studio and Gallery Shop, Kittery. 439-5671. by 34 artists, Landing Gallery, Rockland. 3TUDIOAND'ALLERY3HOP +ITTERY  BYARTISTS ,ANDING'ALLERY 2OCKLAND Through June 30. Through June 26. 4HROUGH*UNE LANDINGARTCOM4HROUGH*UNE Christian Farnsworth, "Echo Garden" Members Show, multimedia, Merrymeeting Arts #HRISTIAN&ARNSWORTH h%CHO'ARDENv -EMBERS3HOW MULTIMEDIA -ERRYMEETING!RTS

tions who sleeps in a dresser drawer and UJPOTXIPTMFFQTJOBESFTTFSESBXFSBOE always flies first class - in the overhead BMXBZTnJFTmSTUDMBTToJOUIFPWFSIFBE compartment. DPNQBSUNFOU i*UUVSOFEJOUPUIJTGVMMCMPXOQSPEVD "It turned into this full-blown production before we knew it," said Duane, UJPOCFGPSFXFLOFXJU wTBJE%VBOF  so they found a proper venue for it. TPUIFZGPVOEBQSPQFSWFOVFGPSJU The show also includes a live band, the 5IFTIPXBMTPJODMVEFTBMJWFCBOE UIF Smoke and Mirror Orchestra, playing an 4NPLFBOE.JSSPS0SDIFTUSB QMBZJOHBO original score. PSJHJOBMTDPSF Unlike a traditional circus, with dispa6OMJLFBUSBEJUJPOBMDJSDVT XJUIEJTQB rate acts performed without any cohesive SBUFBDUTQFSGPSNFEXJUIPVUBOZDPIFTJWF motif (unless you consider "animals in NPUJG VOMFTTZPVDPOTJEFSiBOJNBMTJO sequined headdresses" a cohesive motif), TFRVJOFEIFBEESFTTFTwBDPIFTJWFNPUJG  the Smoke and Mirror Circus' multiple UIF4NPLFBOE.JSSPS$JSDVTNVMUJQMF acts tell a story. BDUTUFMMBTUPSZ "There's a narrative that goes along i5IFSFTBOBSSBUJWFUIBUHPFTBMPOH with the entire show... almost like a play XJUIUIFFOUJSFTIPXyBMNPTUMJLFBQMBZ with death-defying acts," Duane joked. XJUIEFBUIEFGZJOHBDUT w%VBOFKPLFE The storyline is one most of us can 5IFTUPSZMJOFJTPOFNPTUPGVTDBO relate to: An everyman finding where SFMBUFUP"OFWFSZNBOmOEJOHXIFSF he belongs in the world. "Kind of like a IFCFMPOHTJOUIFXPSMEi,JOEPGMJLFB journey to find the city where you belong, KPVSOFZUPmOEUIFDJUZXIFSFZPVCFMPOH  your tribe," said Duane. ZPVSUSJCF wTBJE%VBOF "It begins with a hooper in a rural seti*UCFHJOTXJUIBIPPQFSJOBSVSBMTFU ting. These performers all start gatherUJOH5IFTFQFSGPSNFSTBMMTUBSUHBUIFS ing together... (they) come together to JOHUPHFUIFSy UIFZ DPNFUPHFUIFSUP acknowledge they're all there for the BDLOPXMFEHFUIFZSFBMMUIFSFGPSUIF same reason: To find their place in the TBNFSFBTPO5PmOEUIFJSQMBDFJOUIF world." XPSMEw It's an apropos performance for Port*UTBOBQSPQPTQFSGPSNBODFGPS1PSU land, a "say anything, do anything sort MBOE BiTBZBOZUIJOH EPBOZUIJOHTPSU of town," as Duane called it. Here, office PGUPXO wBT%VBOFDBMMFEJU)FSF PGmDF managers and misfits share space at cofNBOBHFSTBOENJTmUTTIBSFTQBDFBUDPG fee shop counters, artists and eccentrics GFFTIPQDPVOUFST BSUJTUTBOEFDDFOUSJDT abound in town, and entertaining things BCPVOEJOUPXO BOEFOUFSUBJOJOHUIJOHT seem to unfold on random street corners. TFFNUPVOGPMEPOSBOEPNTUSFFUDPSOFST And this is where many of us thankfully "OEUIJTJTXIFSFNBOZPGVTUIBOLGVMMZ came to rest after journeys of our own. DBNFUPSFTUBGUFSKPVSOFZTPGPVSPXO The lively acts of the Smoke and Mirror 5IFMJWFMZBDUTPGUIF4NPLFBOE.JSSPS Circus substantiate what we already $JSDVTTVCTUBOUJBUFXIBUXFBMSFBEZ suspected: Portland is a place where TVTQFDUFE1PSUMBOEJTBQMBDFXIFSF a circus doesn't come to town. It is the BDJSDVTEPFTOUDPNFUPUPXO*UJTUIF town. UPXO  Staff Writer Shannon Bryan can be AbOTTE`WbS`AVO\\]\0`gO\QO\PS contacted at 791-6333 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$!!!]`Ob( sbryan@mainetoday. com aP`gO\.[OW\Sb]ROgQ][

photography exhibit, Cambridge Coffee Bar and PHOTOGRAPHYEXHIBIT #AMBRIDGE#OFFEE"ARAND Bakehouse, South Portland. Through June 30. "AKEHOUSE 3OUTH0ORTLAND4HROUGH*UNE " I n the Shadow of Katahdin," watercolor h)NTHE3HADOWOF+ATAHDIN vWATERCOLOR paintings of the landscapes and wildlife of PAINTINGSOFTHELANDSCAPESANDWILDLIFEOF Baxter State Park by Michael Boardman, 317 "AXTER3TATE0ARKBY-ICHAEL"OARDMAN  Main Street Community Music Center, Yarmouth. -AIN3TREET#OMMUNITY-USIC#ENTER 9ARMOUTH Through July 1. MAINSTORG4HROUGH*ULY "Telling Stories," Maine craft artists tell stories h4ELLING3TORIES v-AINECRAFTARTISTSTELLSTORIES in various craft materials using metaphors and INVARIOUSCRAFTMATERIALSUSINGMETAPHORSAND calligraphy, CRAFT Gallery, Rockland. 594-0167. CALLIGRAPHY #2!&4'ALLERY 2OCKLAND  Through July 2. 4HROUGH*ULY "Common Ground, Uncommon Perspectives," h#OMMON'ROUND 5NCOMMON0ERSPECTIVES v work by New England artists Mariella Bisson, WORKBY.EW%NGLANDARTISTS-ARIELLA"ISSON William Simpson, Paul Stone and James 7ILLIAM3IMPSON 0AUL3TONEAND*AMES Urbanska; Bayview Gallery, Brunswick. 7295RBANSKA"AYVIEW'ALLERY "RUNSWICK 5500. Through July 2. 4HROUGH*ULY "After Albers," paintings by W.P. Pete h!FTER!LBERS vPAINTINGSBY700ETE Jennerjahn, Yvette Torres Fine Art, Rockland. *ENNERJAHN 9VETTE4ORRES&INE!RT 2OCKLAND Through July 3. YVETTETORRESlNEARTCOM4HROUGH*ULY "Fresh: New Works by Contemporary New h&RESH.EW7ORKSBY#ONTEMPORARY.EW England Artists," 19th- and 20th-century %NGLAND!RTISTS vTH ANDTH CENTURY American and European paintings and new works !MERICANAND%UROPEANPAINTINGSANDNEWWORKS by New England artists, Wiscasset Bay Gallery, BY.EW%NGLANDARTISTS 7ISCASSET"AY'ALLERY Wiscasset. Through July 6. 7ISCASSETWISCASSETBAYGALLERYCOM4HROUGH*ULY "Gold, God, Guns and Girls," gouache drawings h'OLD 'OD 'UNSAND'IRLS vGOUACHEDRAWINGS by Kenny Cole, Monkitree, Gardiner. 512-4679. BY+ENNY#OLE -ONKITREE 'ARDINER  4HROUGH*ULY Through July 9. "Steve M u m f o r d : Embedded," illustrations from h3TEVE-UMFORD%MBEDDED vILLUSTRATIONSFROM

the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Center for Maine THEWARSIN!FGHANISTANAND)RAQ #ENTERFOR-AINE Contemporary Art, Rockport. 236-2875. Through #ONTEMPORARY!RT 2OCKPORT 4HROUGH July 10. *ULY "Robert Hamilton: The Last Paintings," Center for h2OBERT(AMILTON4HE,AST0AINTINGS v#ENTERFOR Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport. 236-2875. -AINE#ONTEMPORARY!RT 2OCKPORT  Through July 10. 4HROUGH*ULY "Logging in the Maine Woods Today," h,OGGINGINTHE-AINE7OODS4ODAY v photographs byTonee Harbert, University of PHOTOGRAPHSBY4ONEE(ARBERT 5NIVERSITYOF Southern Maine (Glickman Family Library), 3OUTHERN-AINE'LICKMAN&AMILY,IBRARY Portland. Through July 15. 0ORTLAND4HROUGH*ULY "Aviary: A Winged Celebration," work by local h!VIARY!7INGED#ELEBRATION vWORKBYLOCAL artists, students and bird lovers; Frontier Cafe, ARTISTS STUDENTSANDBIRDLOVERS&RONTIER#AFE Cinema & Gallery, Brunswick. 725-8820.Through #INEMA'ALLERY "RUNSWICK 4HROUGH July 3 1 . *ULY "Across Landscapes," group exhibit by Lyn h!CROSS,ANDSCAPES vGROUPEXHIBITBY,YN Asselta, Susan Bailey, Dean Diggins, Leslie !SSELTA 3USAN"AILEY $EAN$IGGINS ,ESLIE Doherty, Ann Gillespie, Suzie Goodwin, Robert $OHERTY !NN'ILLESPIE 3UZIE'OODWIN 2OBERT Hollingworth, Natalie MacKnight, Anthony (OLLINGWORTH .ATALIE-AC+NIGHT !NTHONY Montanino and Gail Sauter; Haley Farm Gallery, -ONTANINOAND'AIL3AUTER(ALEY&ARM'ALLERY Kittery. 439-2669. Through Aug. 3 1 . +ITTERY 4HROUGH!UG "Five Artists," work by Barbara Bean, Cory h&IVE!RTISTS vWORKBY"ARBARA"EAN #ORY Hart, Letty Chiew Husson, Lea Peterson and (ART ,ETTY#HIEW(USSON ,£A0ETERSONAND Susan Zimmerman, O l d Post Office Gallery, 3USAN:IMMERMAN /LD0OST/FlCE'ALLERY Georgetown. Through Sept. 1 1 . 'EORGETOWN4HROUGH3EPT "Entropy in Maine: Photographs by Jonathan h%NTROPYIN-AINE0HOTOGRAPHSBY*ONATHAN Rundell," North Yarmouth Academy (Curtis 2UNDELL v.ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY#URTIS Gallery), Yarmouth. 847-5423. Through Oct. 3. 'ALLERY 9ARMOUTH 4HROUGH/CT

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SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "As If" Stories, Maine h!S)Fv3TORIES -AINE tors for "America's Next Top Model" will UPSTGPSi"NFSJDBT/FYU5PQ.PEFMwXJMM Maine author Richard ;OW\SOcbV]`@WQVO`R actors read short stories ACTORSREADSHORTSTORIES FRIDAY choose contestants. There's no guarantee &2)$!9 DIPPTFDPOUFTUBOUT5IFSFTOPHVBSBOUFF RUSSO speaks on Saturday BY-AINEAUTHORS !ARHUS @caa]a^SOYa]\AObc`ROg by Maine authors, Aarhus "40 Days and 1001 Nights," h$AYSAND.IGHTS v that an entrant from Maine will get to UIBUBOFOUSBOUGSPN.BJOFXJMMHFUUP in Kennebunkport at a Gallery, Belfast. SB/donation. 'ALLERY "ELFASTDONATION W\9S\\SPc\Y^]`bObO subtitled travel documentary SUBTITLEDTRAVELDOCUMENTARY compete on the modeling show. DPNQFUFPOUIFNPEFMJOHTIPX 7 p.m. AARHUSGALLERYCOMPM fundraiser for the Graves Tc\R`OWaS`T]`bVS5`OdSa about perceptions of the ABOUTPERCEPTIONSOFTHE Littlefield said this casting call is for an -JUUMFmFMETBJEUIJTDBTUJOHDBMMJTGPSBO Richard Russo, best-selling 2ICHARD2USSO BEST SELLING Library. Islamic world, Bright Star World :WP`O`g )SLAMICWORLD "RIGHT3TAR7ORLD Maine author, fundraiser for upcoming season of the show that will be -AINEAUTHOR FUNDRAISERFOR VQDPNJOHTFBTPOPGUIFTIPXUIBUXJMMCF Dance, Portland. $10 to $15. $ANCE 0ORTLANDTO Graves Library, Colony Hotel, 'RAVES,IBRARY #OLONY(OTEL filmed this fall, but not shown until the mMNFEUIJTGBMM CVUOPUTIPXOVOUJMUIF 409-9540. 7 p.m.  PM Kennebunkport. $60, $75. 967-2778. 6:30 p.m. +ENNEBUNKPORT  PM spring of 2012. TQSJOHPG (cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, 5 to 8 p.m.) COCKTAILSANDHORSDOEUVRES TOPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "How Rude!," Maine-made documentary about a h(OW2UDE v-AINE MADEDOCUMENTARYABOUTA MONDAY -/.$!9 gourmet dinner party, Leavitt Theatre, Ogunquit. GOURMETDINNERPARTY ,EAVITT4HEATRE /GUNQUIT Storytelling Circle, hosted by Deena Weinstein, 3TORYTELLING#IRCLE HOSTEDBY$EENA7EINSTEIN Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $24 to $40. MAINElLMWORKSCOMPM 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6 "b]" $10. 8 p.m. Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free. 899,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REE; (603) 929-4100 1OaW\]POZZ`]][Q][)$!' '" 3529. 7 p.m. PM June 22 ³2W\]aOc`8`&^[ - Dinosaur Jr., 8 p.m., 8c\S TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Paradise Rock Club, Boston. $44.70. >O`ORWaS@]QY1ZcP0]ab]\""% Continued from Page E14 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3" "Beverly Sills: Made in America," musical h"EVERLY3ILLS-ADEIN!MERICA vMUSICAL WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! retrospective of the career of "America's queen of RETROSPECTIVEOFTHECAREEROFh!MERICASQUEENOF Melissa Coleman, author of "This Life is in Your -ELISSA#OLEMAN AUTHOROFh4HIS,IFEISIN9OUR June 23!³3\USZPS`b6c[^S`RW\QY&^[ - Engelbert Humperdinck, 8 p.m., 8c\S Longfellow Square, Portland. $15/$18. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R#& opera," Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. $20. 563OPERA v,INCOLN4HEATER $AMARISCOTTA Hands," Freeport Community Library. Free. 865(ANDS v&REEPORT#OMMUNITY,IBRARY&REE Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $51.85 to $76.40. EWZPc`BVSOb`S0]ab]\#&#b]%$"; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% 3424. 7:30 p.m. PM 3307. 6:30 p.m. PM; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 26 - Greg Brown, 8 p.m., Stone 8c\S $³5`SU0`]e\&^[Ab]\S June 23!³2OdWR;Q1cZZ]cUV%(!^[ - David McCullough, 7:30 p.m., 8c\S Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $36. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR!$ WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 The Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $13. BVS;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6!; 935-7292 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% ' Teens Through Time, film series with teen-cenric 4EENS4HROUGH4IME lLMSERIESWITHTEEN CENRIC PRO SPORTS N02/30/243; (603) 436-2400 BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ " July 1 - Bob Marley, 8 p.m., The Landing at 8cZg³0]P;O`ZSg&^[BVS:O\RW\UOb viewpoint, Portland Public Library. Free. 871VIEWPOINT 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE June 24"³2Wa^ObQV%^[B2 - Dispatch, 7 p.m., TD Pine Point, Scarborough. $27.50. thelanding 8c\S >W\S>]W\bAQO`P]`]cUV %#bVSZO\RW\U Portland Sea Dogs, Minor League baseball, 0ORTLAND3EA$OGS -INOR,EAGUEBASEBALL 1700. 2000s: "Mean Girls" (2004), 4:30 p.m. Sh-EAN'IRLSv PM Garden, Boston. $37.50 to $53.40. 5O`RS\0]ab]\!%#b]#!"; 774-4527 Ob^W\S^]W\bQ][)%%""# % Hadlock Field, Portland. $7 to $9. (ADLOCK&IELD 0ORTLANDTO; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! July 1 - Jonathan Edwards, 8 p.m., The 8cZg³8]\ObVO\3ReO`Ra&^[BVS Vs. Richmond, 7 p.m. PORTLANDSEADOGSCOM6S2ICHMOND PM June 24"³>SbS`5OP`WSZO\RBVS<Se - Peter Gabriel and The New BOOKS/AUTHORS Opera House at Boothbay Harbor. $20/$25. N"//+3!54(/23 =^S`O6]caSOb0]]bVPOg6O`P]`  # 8c\S today; Vs. Bowie, 7 p.m. Friday, 6 p.m. Saturday TODAY6S"OWIE PM&RIDAY PM3ATURDAY Blood Orchestra, 8 p.m., Comcast 0Z]]R=`QVSab`O&^[1][QOab; 633-5159 0]]bVPOg]^S`OV]caSQ][)$!!##' and 1 p.m. Sunday. 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