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Continued from Page E5 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3# i8FEPOUHFUUP.BJOFWFSZPGUFO BOE "We don't get to Maine very often, and it's such a nice place to play," said Cray, JUTTVDIBOJDFQMBDFUPQMBZ wTBJE$SBZ  57.  Cray is one of several modern blues $SBZJTPOFPGTFWFSBMNPEFSOCMVFT performers who've achieved a fair QFSGPSNFSTXIPWFBDIJFWFEBGBJS amount of crossover success, getting BNPVOUPGDSPTTPWFSTVDDFTT HFUUJOH airplay on rock and pop radio. His songs BJSQMBZPOSPDLBOEQPQSBEJP)JTTPOHT "Smoking Gun" and "Don't Be Afraid i4NPLJOH(VOwBOEi%POU#F"GSBJE of the Dark" both made the Billboard PGUIF%BSLwCPUINBEFUIF#JMMCPBSE singles charts in the late 1980s, and two TJOHMFTDIBSUTJOUIFMBUFT BOEUXP of his albums during that period made PGIJTBMCVNTEVSJOHUIBUQFSJPENBEF the top 40 on Billboard's album chart. UIFUPQPO#JMMCPBSETBMCVNDIBSU And while some hardcore blues fans "OEXIJMFTPNFIBSEDPSFCMVFTGBOT might knock commercial success, Cray NJHIULOPDLDPNNFSDJBMTVDDFTT $SBZ does not. EPFTOPU "That crossover success got us big i5IBUDSPTTPWFSTVDDFTTHPUVTCJH tours, and radio airplay and a video on UPVST BOESBEJPBJSQMBZBOEBWJEFPPO MTy which helped us get a big follow.57 XIJDIIFMQFEVTHFUBCJHGPMMPX ing," said Cray. "All that is helping us to JOH wTBJE$SBZi"MMUIBUJTIFMQJOHVTUP this day." UIJTEBZw Part of that crossover success might 1BSUPGUIBUDSPTTPWFSTVDDFTTNJHIU be due to the fact that while growing up, CFEVFUPUIFGBDUUIBUXIJMFHSPXJOHVQ  Cray loved blues, rock, jazz and lots of $SBZMPWFECMVFT SPDL KB[[BOEMPUTPG other kinds of music. PUIFSLJOETPGNVTJD So while he's glad that his success is 4PXIJMFIFTHMBEUIBUIJTTVDDFTTJT helping keep the American blues tradiIFMQJOHLFFQUIF"NFSJDBOCMVFTUSBEJ tion alive, he's not trying too hard to be a UJPOBMJWF IFTOPUUSZJOHUPPIBSEUPCFB caretaker of a musical heritage. DBSFUBLFSPGBNVTJDBMIFSJUBHF "I play the music because I enjoy it. i*QMBZUIFNVTJDCFDBVTF*FOKPZJU No other reason," he said. "We're glad /PPUIFSSFBTPO wIFTBJEi8FSFHMBE to be doing what we're doing, and there UPCFEPJOHXIBUXFSFEPJOH BOEUIFSF are a lot of others doing it to, and that BSFBMPUPGPUIFSTEPJOHJUUP BOEUIBU helps keep the music alive. We play the IFMQTLFFQUIFNVTJDBMJWF8FQMBZUIF music we know, it's all the music we love NVTJDXFLOPX JUTBMMUIFNVTJDXFMPWF meshed together." NFTIFEUPHFUIFSw Cray caught "the blues bug" after see$SBZDBVHIUiUIFCMVFTCVHwBGUFSTFF ing the legendary blues guitarist Albert JOHUIFMFHFOEBSZCMVFTHVJUBSJTU"MCFSU Collins at a couple of music festivals in $PMMJOTBUBDPVQMFPGNVTJDGFTUJWBMTJO the late 1960s and early 1970s. Cray's UIFMBUFTBOEFBSMZT$SBZT high school class, in Tacoma, Wash., then IJHITDIPPMDMBTT JO5BDPNB 8BTI UIFO hired Collins to play its graduation. IJSFE$PMMJOTUPQMBZJUTHSBEVBUJPO "The reason we got him is that we i5IFSFBTPOXFHPUIJNJTUIBUXF (Cray and some friends) had seen him $SBZBOETPNFGSJFOET IBETFFOIJN play at a couple of festivals, and I just QMBZBUBDPVQMFPGGFTUJWBMT BOE*KVTU watched him lay waste to anyone who XBUDIFEIJNMBZXBTUFUPBOZPOFXIP had been on stage prior to him," said IBECFFOPOTUBHFQSJPSUPIJN wTBJE Cray. $SBZ When he's relaxing, Cray listens to a 8IFOIFTSFMBYJOH $SBZMJTUFOTUPB wide range of music, from classic jazz to XJEFSBOHFPGNVTJD GSPNDMBTTJDKB[[UP contemporary world music, and to conDPOUFNQPSBSZXPSMENVTJD BOEUPDPO temporary blues players such as Jonny UFNQPSBSZCMVFTQMBZFSTTVDIBT+POOZ Lang and Derek Trucks. But he says he -BOHBOE%FSFL5SVDLT#VUIFTBZTIF doesn't spend much time listening to EPFTOUTQFOENVDIUJNFMJTUFOJOHUP "modern" rock or pop on the radio. iNPEFSOwSPDLPSQPQPOUIFSBEJP Cray will close the North Atlantic Blues $SBZXJMMDMPTFUIF/PSUI"UMBOUJD#MVFT Festival at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. 'FTUJWBMBUQN4VOEBZ There will be 11 national acts in all, 5IFSFXJMMCFOBUJPOBMBDUTJOBMM  including Eddy "The Chief"w$MFBSXBUFS  Clearwater, JODMVEJOH&EEZi5IF$IJFG the Brooks Family (Lonnie, Ronnie and UIF#SPPLT'BNJMZ -POOJF 3POOJFBOE Wayne), Magic Slim and Eric Bibb. 8BZOF .BHJD4MJNBOE&SJD#JCC The festival - run by Rockland-area 5IFGFTUJWBMoSVOCZ3PDLMBOEBSFB music promoters Paul Benjamin and NVTJDQSPNPUFST1BVM#FOKBNJOBOE Jamie Isaacson - began as a fairly small +BNJF*TBBDTPOoCFHBOBTBGBJSMZTNBMM affair 18 years ago. BGGBJSZFBSTBHP The first one drew about 1,500 people 5IFmSTUPOFESFXBCPVU QFPQMF for the weekend and lost money, said GPSUIFXFFLFOEBOEMPTUNPOFZ TBJE Isaacson. *TBBDTPO But the event proved "compelling" #VUUIFFWFOUQSPWFEiDPNQFMMJOHw enough for the promoters to try again FOPVHIGPSUIFQSPNPUFSTUPUSZBHBJO the next year. UIFOFYUZFBS As the festival crowds grew, the event "TUIFGFTUJWBMDSPXETHSFX UIFFWFOU started to attract big names, includTUBSUFEUPBUUSBDUCJHOBNFT JODMVE ing Bo Diddley Junior Wells, Keb' Mo', JOH#P%JEEMFZ +VOJPS8FMMT ,FC.P  Shemekia Copeland and Cray. 4IFNFLJB$PQFMBOEBOE$SBZ Eventually, a "club crawl" was added, &WFOUVBMMZ BiDMVCDSBXMwXBTBEEFE  with local blues musicians performing at XJUIMPDBMCMVFTNVTJDJBOTQFSGPSNJOHBU or outside of a dozen or more area clubs PSPVUTJEFPGBEP[FOPSNPSFBSFBDMVCT

Continued from Page E10 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 SUNDAY 35.$!9 *ERKSOF'RASS BLUEGRASS 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Jerks of Grass, bluegrass, Portland Lobster Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM Noon to 3 p.m. .OONTOPM Pete Kilpatrick Band, acoustic pop/rock, Portland 0ETE+ILPATRICK"AND ACOUSTICPOPROCK 0ORTLAND Lobster Company. Free, portlandlobstercompany ,OBSTER#OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANY .com. 5 to 8 p.m. COMTOPM Waltzings for Dreamers, concert series, featuring 7ALTZINGSFOR$REAMERS CONCERTSERIES FEATURING singer-songwriter Zoe Muth and The Lost High SINGER SONGWRITER:OE-UTHAND4HE,OST(IGH Courtesy photo 1]c`bSag^V]b] Rollers, Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. 2OLLERS 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER "ROWNlELD Eric Bibb performs at 3 p.m. Sunday. 3`WQ0WPP^S`T]`[aOb!^[Ac\ROg &REEDONATIONOFPETFOODFORANIMALSHELTERS Free/donation of pet food for animal shelters. 8 p.m. STONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTERCOMPM Seacoast Country Music Festival, with Brad 3EACOAST#OUNTRY-USIC&ESTIVAL WITH"RAD Paisley, Blake Shelton and Jerrod Neimann, 0AISLEY "LAKE3HELTONAND*ERROD.EIMANN Scarborough Downs. $61 to $125. 3CARBOROUGH$OWNSTOSPEEDYTIXCOM 7 p.m. (doors at 3 p.m.) PMDOORSATPM Weekly Music Jam Sessions, bring an instrument 7EEKLY-USIC*AM3ESSIONS BRINGANINSTRUMENT <=@B6/B:/<B710:C3A43AB7D/: NORTH ATLANTIC BLUES FESTIVAL or just listen, Sail Power and Steam Museum, ORJUSTLISTEN 3AIL0OWERAND3TEAM-USEUM E63<(5ObSa]^S\ObO[AObc`ROg WHEN: Gates open at 11 a.m. Saturday Rockland. Free. 701 -7627. 2 to 4 p.m. 2OCKLAND&REE TOPM O\RAc\ROg and Sunday John Sebastian, classic rock and folk, all *OHN3EBASTIAN CLASSICROCKANDFOLK ALL E63@3(6O`P]`>O`Y %#;OW\Ab WHERE: Harbor Park, 275 Main St., ages; Jonathan's Restaurant, Ogunquit. AGES*ONATHANS2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT @]QYZO\R Rockland $37.50 in advance; $41.50 day of show. INADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 6=E;C16(!#T]`]\SROg)%T]`bVS HOW MUCH: $35 for one day; $70 for the JONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM 8 p.m. eSSYS\R weekend Tucker Louisos-Daniels, ukulele music, Local 4UCKER,OUISOS $ANIELS UKULELEMUSIC ,OCAL 7<4=($' "&) INFO: 691-2248; Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/donations. 3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATIONS \]`bVObZO\bWQPZcSaTSabWdOZQ][ 899-3529. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  AMTOPM E6/B3:A3(=\4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg Downeast Country Music Association Southern WHAT ELSE: On Friday and Saturday $OWNEAST#OUNTRY-USIC!SSOCIATION3OUTHERN \WUVbbVSTSabWdOZeWZZ]`UO\WhSOQZcP Maine Division Music Competition, with live -AINE$IVISION-USIC#OMPETITION WITHLIVE night, the festival will organize a club Q`OeZeWbVZ]QOZPZcSa[caWQWO\a music and raffles, Walnut Grove Campground, MUSICANDRAFmES 7ALNUT'ROVE#AMPGROUND crawl, with local blues musicians ^ZOgW\UOb[]`SbVO\OR]hS\O`SO Alfred. Free/donation. 792-8884. 10 a.m. !LFRED&REEDONATION AM playing at more than a dozen area dS\cSaBVS`SeWZZPSa][SQZcP Tuckermans at 9, a capella, Trinity Church, York. 4UCKERMANSAT ACAPELLA 4RINITY#HURCH 9ORK venues. There will be some club Q`OeZ^S`T]`[O\QSa]\Ac\ROgOa Free/donation. 363-5095. 7:30 p.m. &REEDONATION PM crawl performances on Sunday as


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Nellie "Tiger" Travis: 11 a.m. to noon <SZZWSµBWUS`¶B`OdWa(O[b]\]]\ Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater: 12:15 to 3RRgµBVS1VWST¶1ZSO`eObS`( (#b] 1:15 p.m. (#^[ LiT Ed & the Blues Imperials: 1:30 to :WZ¸3RbVS0ZcSa7[^S`WOZa((!b] 2:35 p.m. (!#^[ Billy Branch & the Sons of Blues: 0WZZg0`O\QVbVSA]\a]T0ZcSa( (#b]"^[ 2:50 to 4 p.m. ;OUWQAZW[bVSBSO`R`]^a("(#b] Magic Slim & the Teardrops: 4:15 to #( ^[ 5:20 p.m. 0`]]Ya4O[WZg0ZcSa2g\Oabg(#(!#b] Brooks Family Blues Dynasty: 5:35 to %^[ 7 p.m. SUNDAY AC<2/G

Trampled Under Foot: 11 a.m. to noon B`O[^ZSRC\RS`4]]b(O[b]\]]\ James Armstrong: 12:15 to 1:20 p.m. 8O[Sa/`[ab`]\U( (#b]( ^[ Toni Lynn Washington: 1:35 to 2:45 B]\W:g\\EOaVW\Ub]\((!#b] ("# p.m. ^[ Eric Bibb: 3 to 4:15 p.m. 3`WQ0WPP(!b]"(#^[ Robert Cray: 4:30 to 6 p.m. @]PS`b1`Og("(!b]$^[

MONDAY -/.$!9 North of Nashville, country, Portland Lobster .ORTHOF.ASHVILLE COUNTRY 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM Robert Cray, blues, Stone Mountain Arts Center, 2OBERT#RAY BLUES 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER Brownfield. Sold out. stonemountainartscenter "ROWNlELD3OLDOUTSTONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTER .com. 8 p.m. COMPM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 The Still, acoustic rock, Portland Lobster 4HE3TILL ACOUSTICROCK 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM Havana Nights Summer Series, with Primo (AVANA.IGHTS3UMMER3ERIES WITH0RIMO Cubano (Latin/salsa), The Landing at Pine Point, #UBANO,ATINSALSA 4HE,ANDINGAT0INE0OINT Scarborough. Free, 3CARBOROUGH&REETHELANDINGATPINEPOINTCOM 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM Summer Concert Series, with Canadian 3UMMER#ONCERT3ERIES WITH#ANADIAN songwriters Ian Sherwood and Carmel Mikol, SONGWRITERS)AN3HERWOODAND#ARMEL-IKOL North New Portland Community Church, New .ORTH.EW0ORTLAND#OMMUNITY#HURCH .EW Portland. $8; $20 for family. 562-4445. 7 p.m. 0ORTLANDFORFAMILY PM Jimmy Jo and the Jumbol A'yuhs, Cajun/bluegrass *IMMY*OANDTHE*UMBOL!YUHS #AJUNBLUEGRASS Maine-style, 2011 Cornish Bandstand Summer -AINE STYLE #ORNISH"ANDSTAND3UMMER Series, Cornish Bandstand. Free, cornish3ERIES #ORNISH"ANDSTAND&REECORNISH 7 p.m. MAINEORGPM

WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Eric Bettencourt, acoustic pop/rock, Portland %RIC"ETTENCOURT ACOUSTICPOPROCK 0ORTLAND Lobster Company. Free, portlandlobstercompany ,OBSTER#OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANY .com. 6 to 9 p.m. COMTOPM Nu-Topians, John Lennon covers, 21-plus; The .U 4OPIANS *OHN,ENNONCOVERS  PLUS4HE Landing at Pine Point, Scarborough. $20, $25. ,ANDINGAT0INE0OINT 3CARBOROUGH 6 p.m. THELANDINGATPINEPOINTCOMPM Mary Chapin Carpenter, rock/country/folk, -ARY#HAPIN#ARPENTER ROCKCOUNTRYFOLK Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $85. 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER "ROWNlELD before and during the festival. CFGPSFBOEEVSJOHUIFGFTUJWBM 8 p.m. Wednesday STONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTERCOMPM7EDNESDAY In 2002, the North Atlantic Blues *O UIF/PSUI"UMBOUJD#MVFT and July 2 1 . AND*ULY Festival won a Keeping the Blues Alive 'FTUJWBMXPOB,FFQJOHUIF#MVFT"MJWF Yarmouth Summer Arts Series, with Boston a 9ARMOUTH3UMMER!RTS3ERIES WITH"OSTONA Award from the Blues Foundation, based "XBSEGSPNUIF#MVFT'PVOEBUJPO CBTFE capella group Ball in the House, Royal River Park, CAPELLAGROUP"ALLINTHE(OUSE 2OYAL2IVER0ARK in Memphis. JO.FNQIJT Yarmouth. Free. 846-2406. 6:15 p.m. (Rain date 9ARMOUTH&REE PM2AINDATE "The whole blues community has i5IFXIPMFCMVFTDPNNVOJUZIBT July 21.) *ULY become very aware of this festival," said 7EEKLY/LD4IME-USIC*AM OPENJAMOF CFDPNFWFSZBXBSFPGUIJTGFTUJWBM wTBJE Weekly Old Time Music Jam, open jam of Isaacson. "And it doesn't hurt that Maine OLD TIME!PPALACHIANMUSIC ,OCAL3PROUTS *TBBDTPOi"OEJUEPFTOUIVSUUIBU.BJOF old-time Appalachian music, Local Sprouts is a great place to visit in the summer, JTBHSFBUQMBDFUPWJTJUJOUIFTVNNFS  Cooperative, Portland. Free/donation. 899-3529. #OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION  and we can feed them lobster." BOEXFDBOGFFEUIFNMPCTUFSw 7 to 9 p.m. TOPM Summer Music Series, with The Mainely Country 3UMMER-USIC3ERIES WITH4HE-AINELY#OUNTRY Band, Bangor Public Library. Free, "AND "ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY&REEBPLLIBMEUS Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be contacted at 791 to AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'b] 7 p.m. PM 6454 or at: $"#"]`Ob( Auburn Community Concert Band, Festival Plaza, !UBURN#OMMUNITY#ONCERT"AND &ESTIVAL0LAZA rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

!UBURN&REE  %XTTOPM Auburn. Free. 333-6601, Ext. 2108. 7 to 8:15 p.m. Summer Concerts at Mill Creek Park, with Delta 3UMMER#ONCERTSAT-ILL#REEK0ARK WITH$ELTA +NIGHTS2"SWINGBLUESCLASSICROCK -ILL#REEK Knights (R&B/swing/blues/classic rock), Mill Creek 0ARK 3OUTH0ORTLAND&REE TO Park, South Portland. Free. 767-7650. 6:30 to 8 p.m. PM Trevor Lavenbein, trumpet, Jordan Hall, Ocean 4REVOR,AVENBEIN TRUMPET *ORDAN(ALL /CEAN Park. $5/donation. 7:30 p.m. 0ARKDONATIONOCEANPARKORGPM -USICONTHE-ALL WITH4HE#OLWELL"ROTHERS Music on the Mall, with The Colwell Brothers Band (blues/rock), Brunswick Mall. Free. 729"ANDBLUESROCK "RUNSWICK-ALL&REE 4439. 6 to 8 p.m. TOPM #ASTLEBAY #ELTIC INSPIREDFOLKDUO ,ITTLE"ROWN Castlebay, Celtic-inspired folk duo, Little Brown Church, Round Pond. $10; free for children. 529#HURCH 2OUND0ONDFREEFORCHILDREN 5438. 7:30 p.m. PM Sunset Folk Series, with Mark Farrington, Western 3UNSET&OLK3ERIES WITH-ARK&ARRINGTON 7ESTERN 0ROMENADE0ARK 0ORTLAND&REE  Promenade Park, Portland. Free. 756-8130. 7:45 p.m. PM JULY 21 *5,9 Joint Chiefs, acoustic trio, Portland Lobster *OINT#HIEFS ACOUSTICTRIO 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM Portland Jazz Orchestra, One Longfellow Square, 0ORTLAND*AZZ/RCHESTRA /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE Portland. $5 in advance and for students and 0ORTLANDINADVANCEANDFORSTUDENTSAND seniors; $9 at door, SENIORSATDOORONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOM 8 p.m. PM Country Bluegrass, several groups performing, #OUNTRY"LUEGRASS SEVERALGROUPSPERFORMING cabins available; F.A.R.M. Park, Fort Fairfield. CABINSAVAILABLE&!2-0ARK &ORT&AIRlELD July 21 to Sept. 4. COUNTRYBLUEGRASSCOM*ULYTO3EPT Paragon Ragtime Orchestra, Stonington Opera 0ARAGON2AGTIME/RCHESTRA 3TONINGTON/PERA House. $20; free for island students. 367-2788. (OUSEFREEFORISLANDSTUDENTS  7 p.m. PM Paul Sullivan and Theresa Thompson, jazz, blues 0AUL3ULLIVANAND4HERESA4HOMPSON JAZZ BLUES and gospel, Opera House at Boothbay Harbor. ANDGOSPEL /PERA(OUSEAT"OOTHBAY(ARBOR $16 in advance; $20 day of show. 633-5159. INADVANCEDAYOFSHOW  7:30 p.m. PM Enter the Haggis, Celtic rock, with Carbon Leaf, %NTERTHE(AGGIS #ELTICROCK WITH#ARBON,EAF 21-plus; The Landing at Pine Point, Scarborough.  PLUS4HE,ANDINGAT0INE0OINT 3CARBOROUGH $1 7.50, $22.50.  THELANDINGATPINEPOINTCOM 8 p.m. PM Summer Lakeside Concerts, with Perpetual 3UMMER,AKESIDE#ONCERTS WITH0ERPETUAL e-Motion (acoustic prog-rock), Bates College E -OTIONACOUSTICPROG ROCK "ATES#OLLEGE (Keigwin Amphitheater), Lewiston. Free. 786+EIGWIN!MPHITHEATER ,EWISTON&REE 6330. 6 p.m. PM Edwin McCain, rock/pop, all ages, Jonathan's %DWIN-C#AIN ROCKPOP ALLAGES *ONATHANS Restaurant, Ogunquit. $37.50 in advance; $41.50 2ESTAURANT /GUNQUITINADVANCE day of show, 8 p.m. DAYOFSHOWJONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM Summer Music Concert Series, with singer3UMMER-USIC#ONCERT3ERIES WITHSINGER songwriter Billy Libby, Lithgow Public Library, SONGWRITER"ILLY,IBBY ,ITHGOW0UBLIC,IBRARY Augusta. Free. 626-2415. 6:30 p.m. !UGUSTA&REE PM Ian Sherwood, award-winning singer-songwriter, )AN3HERWOOD AWARD WINNINGSINGER SONGWRITER Unity Centre for the Performing Arts. $15. 9485NITY#ENTREFORTHE0ERFORMING!RTS 7469. 7:30 p.m. PM Pretty Girls Sing Soprano, duo sings covers and 0RETTY'IRLS3ING3OPRANO DUOSINGSCOVERSAND originals, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. ORIGINALS ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND Free/donation. 899-3529. 7 to 9 p.m. &REEDONATION TOPM Motor Booty Affair, funk/disco, Memorial -OTOR"OOTY!FFAIR FUNKDISCO -EMORIAL Park at Oak Hill, Scarborough. Free. 0ARKAT/AK(ILL 3CARBOROUGH&REE 6:30 p.m. MOTORBOOTYAFFAIRCOMPM Hot Summer Nights Music Series, with Chronic (OT3UMMER.IGHTS-USIC3ERIES WITH#HRONIC Jazz Syndrome and Lane Klossner, Central School, *AZZ3YNDROMEAND,ANE+LOSSNER #ENTRAL3CHOOL South Berwick. Free/donation. 384-5846. 6 p.m. 3OUTH"ERWICK&REEDONATION PM Summer Concert Series, with The Don Campbell 3UMMER#ONCERT3ERIES WITH4HE$ON#AMPBELL Band (contemporary country and rock), Memorial "ANDCONTEMPORARYCOUNTRYANDROCK -EMORIAL Park, Old Orchard Beach. Free. 934-0860. 0ARK /LD/RCHARD"EACH&REE  6:30 p.m. PM Alive at Five,CONCERTSERIESWITH4HE&OGCUTTERS concert series with The Fogcutters !LIVEAT&IVE

Big Band (jazz) and Sly-Chi (funk/soul), "IG"ANDJAZZ AND3LY #HIFUNKSOUL Monument Square, Portland. Free. 772-6828. -ONUMENT3QUARE 0ORTLAND&REE  5 to 7:30 p.m. TOPM Crusher's Kids Concerts in the Park,WITH with #RUSHERS+IDS#ONCERTSINTHE0ARK

Tangletoons (Maine songs), Deering Oaks Park, 4ANGLETOONS-AINESONGS $EERING/AKS0ARK Portland. Free. 756-8275 or 756-8130. 12:20 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REE OR PM Chandler's Band,BIG BANDJAZZANDMARCHES big-band jazz and marches, #HANDLERS"AND

Fort Allen Park Bandstand, Eastern Promenade, &ORT!LLEN0ARK"ANDSTAND %ASTERN0ROMENADE Portland. Free. 756-8275 or 756-8130. 7 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REE OR PM Ossipee Valley Music Festival, with Wide Open /SSIPEE6ALLEY-USIC&ESTIVAL WITH7IDE/PEN Spaces, The Wiyos, Red Molly and Sierra Hull, 3PACES 4HE7IYOS 2ED-OLLYAND3IERRA(ULL Ossipee Valley Fairgrounds, South Hiram. $20 to /SSIPEE6ALLEY&AIRGROUNDS 3OUTH(IRAMTO $95. 5 p.m. OSSIPEEVALLEYCOMPM

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BARS/CLUBS N"!23#,5"3 TODAY 4/$!9 Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. /PEN-IC.IGHT $EER2UN4AVERN 9ARMOUTH 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.  TOPM Mid-Summer Mega Dance Party, with Gabe -ID 3UMMER-EGA$ANCE0ARTY WITH'ABE FM, hip-hop, 21-plus; Space, Portland. $3. &- HIP HOP  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. SPACEORGPM Jazz Quartet, songs from the Great American *AZZ1UARTET SONGSFROMTHE'REAT!MERICAN Songbook, 21 -plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, 3ONGBOOK  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB Portland, 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM The Mutineers, electric string band, Dogfish Bar 4HE-UTINEERS ELECTRICSTRINGBAND $OGlSH"AR and Grille, Portland. 772-5483. 8 p.m. AND'RILLE 0ORTLAND PM Southern Maine Songwriters Showcase, hosted 3OUTHERN-AINE3ONGWRITERS3HOWCASE HOSTED by Rob "RC" Carlson, Bebe's Burritos & Cantina, BY2OBh2#v#ARLSON "EBES"URRITOS#ANTINA Biddeford. 283-4222. 6:30 to 10p.m. "IDDEFORD TOPM Beam & Fink, acoustic duo, Andy's Old Port Pub, "EAM&INK ACOUSTICDUO !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 7 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Band Beyond Description, jam-band covers, 21"AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAM BANDCOVERS  plus; Big Easy, Portland, 9 p.m. PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Dopapod, jam band, with Cyborg Trio, 21$OPAPOD JAMBAND WITH#YBORG4RIO  plus; Empire Dine & Dance, Portland. $8. PLUS%MPIRE$INE$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Retro Night, with DJs King Alberto and Dark City, 2ETRO.IGHT WITH$*S+ING!LBERTOAND$ARK#ITY Asylum, Portland, 9 p.m. !SYLUM 0ORTLANDPORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM To All My Dear Friends, violin-fronted rock band, 4O!LL-Y$EAR&RIENDS VIOLIN FRONTEDROCKBAND with Mouth Washington and El Grande, 21-plus; WITH-OUTH7ASHINGTONAND%L'RANDE  PLUS Geno's, Portland. Call for cover. 221-2382. 9 p.m. 'ENOS 0ORTLAND#ALLFORCOVER PM Mango Floss, indie rock, with When Particles -ANGO&LOSS INDIEROCK WITH7HEN0ARTICLES Collide and Elizabeth Taillon, Flask Lounge, #OLLIDEAND%LIZABETH4AILLON &LASK,OUNGE Portland, 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDmASKLOUNGECOMPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Tricky Britches, country/bluegrass/folk-rock 4RICKY"RITCHES COUNTRYBLUEGRASSFOLK ROCK CD-release show, 18-plus; Space, Portland. $8. #$ RELEASESHOW  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. SPACEORGPM Hannah Kramer, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz (ANNAH+RAMER JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ Club, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. #LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Poke Chop &The Other White Meat, blues, 0OKE#HOP4HE/THER7HITE-EAT BLUES 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland.  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. to midnight. GINGKOBLUECOMPMTOMIDNIGHT Apathy, rap, 21 -plus; Big Easy, Portland. !PATHY RAP  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM The Lucid, rock/pop, with Robbie Kramer & 4HE,UCID ROCKPOP WITH2OBBIE+RAMER Tan Vampires, 21-plus; Empire Dine & Dance, 4AN6AMPIRES  PLUS%MPIRE$INE$ANCE Portland. $6. 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Plague, goth night, Asylum, Portland. 0LAGUE GOTHNIGHT !SYLUM 0ORTLAND 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPMTOAM Rhythm Method, R&B, all ages, Inn on the Blues, 2HYTHM-ETHOD 2" ALLAGES )NNONTHE"LUES York Beach. $6. 351-3221. 9:30 p.m. 9ORK"EACH PM Blue Khakis, rock, punk, reggae and comedy, 21"LUE+HAKIS ROCK PUNK REGGAEANDCOMEDY  plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $5. 784-7785. Doors PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN $OORS at 8 p.m. ATPM Friday Night Jazz, with keyboardist Flash Allen, &RIDAY.IGHT*AZZ WITHKEYBOARDIST&LASH!LLEN Solo Bistro, Bath. 443-3373. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. 3OLO"ISTRO "ATH TOPM Paleface, indie folk duo, with Lucy Michelle and 0ALEFACE INDIEFOLKDUO WITH,UCY-ICHELLEAND The Velvet Lapels, The Oak and the Ax, Biddeford. 4HE6ELVET,APELS 4HE/AKANDTHE!X "IDDEFORD $8. 8 p.m. THEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOMPM Brian Patricks, acoustic rock, Andy's Old Port "RIAN0ATRICKS ACOUSTICROCK !NDYS/LD0ORT Pub, Portland, 8:30 p.m. 0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Arthur Webster and The Holy Mackerels, acoustic !RTHUR7EBSTERAND4HE(OLY-ACKERELS ACOUSTIC

QUARTET -C3EAGULLS "OOTHBAY(ARBOR  quartet, McSeagull's, Boothbay Harbor. 633-5900. 9 p.m. PM 4HE&EATURE COVERSFROMTHESANDBEYOND The Feature, covers from the '50s and beyond, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. 541-9024. 7 p.m. 4HE,OCAL"UZZ #APE%LIZABETH PM *" HIPHOP2" "UBBAS3ULKY,OUNGE JB5, hip hop/R&B, Bubba's Sulky Lounge, Portland, 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDBUBBASSULKYLOUNGECOMPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 ,EX*OE BLUES  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB Lex & Joe, blues, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Ludington Van Voorst, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue ,UDINGTON6AN6OORST JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE Jazz Club, Portland, 9 p.m. to *AZZ#LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPMTO MIDNIGHT midnight. ,YLE$IVINKSY ACOUSTICFOLKSOUL WITH:ONGO Lyle Divinksy, acoustic folk/soul, with Zongo Junction andTurkuaz, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. *UNCTIONAND4URKUAZ  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Bass Box, pop/rock, with Dan Gutter, 21"ASS"OX POPROCK WITH$AN'UTTER  plus; Empire Dine & Dance, Portland. $8. PLUS%MPIRE$INE$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Rockin' Jake, harmonica blues, all ages; Inn on 2OCKIN*AKE HARMONICABLUES ALLAGES)NNON the Blues, York Beach. $6. 351-3221. 9:30 p.m. THE"LUES 9ORK"EACH PM Dead Season, hard rock, with Mercy list and Jack's $EAD3EASON HARDROCK WITH-ERCYLISTAND*ACKS Academy, 21-pi us; Crazy 8's, South Paris. $8 to !CADEMY  PLUS#RAZYS 3OUTH0ARISTO $12. 739-2989. Doors at 7 p.m.  $OORSATPM D12, hip hop, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $15. $ HIPHOP  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN 784-7785. Doors at 8 p.m.  $OORSATPM RX Bandits, rock/reggae/punk/ska, with Fang 28"ANDITS ROCKREGGAEPUNKSKA WITH&ANG Island, 18-plus; Port City Music Hall, Portland. )SLAND  PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLAND $16 to $22. 7 p.m. TOPORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM Live Jazz Supper Club, 21-plus; Zachery's, ,IVE*AZZ3UPPER#LUB  PLUS:ACHERYS Portland. 774-5601. 7 to 11 p.m. 0ORTLAND TOPM Matt Bauer and Dana Falconberry, folk, with -ATT"AUERAND$ANA&ALCONBERRY FOLK WITH Plains and Arborea, The Oak and the Ax, 0LAINSAND!RBOREA 4HE/AKANDTHE!X Biddeford. $7. "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOM 8 p.m. PM Ben Ripani Music Co., classic contemporary "EN2IPANI-USIC#O CLASSICCONTEMPORARY Americana, Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. !MERICANA !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Arthur Webster and The Holy Mackerels, acoustic !RTHUR7EBSTERAND4HE(OLY-ACKERELS ACOUSTIC quartet, McSeagull's, Boothbay Harbor. 633-5900. QUARTET -C3EAGULLS "OOTHBAY(ARBOR  9 p.m. PM Okbari Middle Eastern Ensemble, The Local Buzz, /KBARI-IDDLE%ASTERN%NSEMBLE 4HE,OCAL"UZZ Cape Elizabeth. 541-9024. 7 p.m. #APE%LIZABETH PM SUNDAY 35.$!9 David Claude, solo sax, Andy's Old Port Pub, $AVID'LAUDE SOLOSAX !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 5:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Line of Force, soul, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. ,INEOF&ORCE SOUL  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Model Airplanes, funk, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. -ODEL!IRPLANES FUNK  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND $5. 10 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM The Couch, open mic with John Nels and guest 4HE#OUCH OPENMICWITH*OHN.ELSANDGUEST artist Yellow Roman Candles, all ages; Empire Dine ARTIST9ELLOW2OMAN#ANDLES ALLAGES%MPIRE$INE & Dance, Portland. $8. 8 p.m. $ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Cullu Reggae Sundays, all ages, Porthole #ULLU2EGGAE3UNDAYS ALLAGES 0ORTHOLE Restaurant, Portland. $3. 780-6533. 4 to 8 p.m. 2ESTAURANT 0ORTLAND TOPM Arthur Webster and The Holy Mackerels, acoustic !RTHUR7EBSTERAND4HE(OLY-ACKERELS ACOUSTIC quartet, Robinson's Wharf, Southport. 633-3830. 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JULY 21 *5,9 Shawn Tooley, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz 3HAWN4OOLEY JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ Club, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. #LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. /PEN-IC.IGHT $EER2UN4AVERN 9ARMOUTH 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.  TOPM Band Beyond Description, jam-band covers, 21"AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAM BANDCOVERS  WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 plus; Big Easy, Portland, 9 p.m. PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Katy Moy, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, +ATY-OY JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB Robert Cimitile, acoustic rock and covers, Andy's 2OBERT#IMITILE ACOUSTICROCKANDCOVERS !NDYS Portland, 7 to 10 p.m. 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Old Port Pub, Portland, /LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOM Rap Night, hosted by Shupe and III By Instinct, 2AP.IGHT HOSTEDBY3HUPEAND)LL"Y)NSTINCT 7 p.m. PM 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. $3.  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOM Adam Ezra Group, rock, 21-plus; Empire Dine & !DAM%ZRA'ROUP ROCK  PLUS%MPIRE$INE 9 p.m. PM Dance, Portland, 9 p.m. $ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Karaoke, with DJ Johnny Red, Asylum, Portland. +ARAOKE WITH$**OHNNY2ED !SYLUM 0ORTLAND Retro Night, Asylum, Portland. 2ETRO.IGHT !SYLUM 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM Irish Music Night, with Randy Miller and Jim )RISH-USIC.IGHT WITH2ANDY-ILLERAND*IM Hyena, indie rock, tour kickoff show with Blood (YENA INDIEROCK TOURKICKOFFSHOWWITH"LOOD Prendergast, Blue, Portland, 0RENDERGAST "LUE 0ORTLANDPORTCITYBLUECOM Warrior, Great Valley and Some Say Leland, The 7ARRIOR 'REAT6ALLEYAND3OME3AY,ELAND 4HE 7:30 p.m. PM Oak and the Ax, Biddeford. $7. theoakandtheax /AKANDTHE!X "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAX Traditional Irish Session, Blue, Portland. 4RADITIONAL)RISH3ESSION "LUE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BLOGSPOTCOMPM 9:30 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Union-Jefferson, blues, Blue, Portland. 5NION *EFFERSON BLUES "LUE 0ORTLAND Trivia Night, all ages, Inn on the Blues, York 4RIVIA.IGHT ALLAGES )NNONTHE"LUES 9ORK 7:30 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Beach. 351-3221. 8:30 p.m. "EACH PM Jacks and Aces, blues, Blue, Portland. *ACKSAND!CES BLUES "LUE 0ORTLAND "The Clash," battle of the cover bands: Ice-T vs. h4HE#LASH vBATTLEOFTHECOVERBANDS)CE 4VS 10 p.m. Ice Cube, 18-plus; Port City Music Hall, Portland. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM )CE#UBE  PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLAND

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EPBUFSSJCMF.BMDPMN.D%PXFMMJNQSFTTJPO do a terrible Malcolm McDowell impression. *LOPXUIBUCFDBVTF*WFTQFOUUIFMBTUXFFLSFDPVOU I know that because I've spent the last week recountJOH UPNZNPSFQBUJFOUGSJFOETBOEGBNJMZ NZQIPOFDPO ing, to my more patient friends and family, my phone conWFSTBUJPOXJUIUIFMFHFOEBSZ.D%PXFMM SFDJQJFOUPGUIJT versation with the legendary McDowell, recipient of this ZFBST.JE-JGF"DIJFWFNFOU"XBSEBUUIFUIBOOVBM year's Mid-Life Achievement Award at the 14th annual .BJOF*OUFSOBUJPOBM'JMN'FTUJWBM XIJDISVOT'SJEBZUP Maine International Film Festival, which runs Friday to +VMZJO8BUFSWJMMF July 24 in Waterville. 4MJHIUMZHSBWFMMZXJUIBHF IFT IJTOPSUIFSO&OH Slightly gravelly with age (he's 68), his northern EngMJTIBDDFOUCSJTUMJOHXJUIJOUFMMJHFODF IVNPSBOENBZCF lish accent bristling with intelligence, humor and maybe KVTUBIJOUPGUIFDIBSJTNBUJDNFOBDFGSPNi"$MPDLXPSL0SBOHF w just a hint of the charismatic menace from "A Clockwork Orange," i*GywBOEBIVOESFENPSFmMNT .D%PXFMMTWPJDFJTXBSNBOE "If...." and a hundred more films, McDowell's voice is warm and enthusiastic. FOUIVTJBTUJD "It's nice of them to put it that way" McDowell joked about the i*UTOJDFPGUIFNUPQVUJUUIBUXBZ w.D%PXFMMKPLFEBCPVUUIF Please see PERKINS, Page E~5 "mid-life" part of the award he'll receive at a screening of his 1973 iNJEMJGFwQBSUPGUIFBXBSEIFMMSFDFJWFBUBTDSFFOJOHPGIJT Gc\Xj\j\\>3@97<AGX^\<*, film "0 Lucky Man!" at Colby College on Saturday. mMNi0-VDLZ.BOwBU$PMCZ$PMMFHFPO4BUVSEBZ "It's a great honor, and that's why I wanted to come i*UTBHSFBUIPOPS BOEUIBUTXIZ*XBOUFEUPDPNF and say thank you." BOETBZUIBOLZPVw McDowell's been to Maine before - he visited the .D%PXFMMTCFFOUP.BJOFCFGPSFoIFWJTJUFEUIF late Lindsay Anderson, director of "0 Lucky Man!" MBUF-JOETBZ"OEFSTPO EJSFDUPSPGi0-VDLZ.BOw and a longtime friend, when Anderson was shooting BOEBMPOHUJNFGSJFOE XIFO"OEFSTPOXBTTIPPUJOH "The Whales of August" (1987) on Cliff Island and in i5IF8IBMFTPG"VHVTUw  PO$MJGG*TMBOEBOEJO Portland. 1PSUMBOE "Unfortunately, I can only stay for four days, which i6OGPSUVOBUFMZ *DBOPOMZTUBZGPSGPVSEBZT XIJDI is a great shame," he said. "I'd love to have brought JTBHSFBUTIBNF wIFTBJEi*EMPWFUPIBWFCSPVHIU the family. Maine's such a beautiful place; an incredUIFGBNJMZ.BJOFTTVDIBCFBVUJGVMQMBDFBOJODSFE ible coastline, lobsters and seafood." JCMFDPBTUMJOF MPCTUFSTBOETFBGPPEw McDowell went on to tell a few funny stories about .D%PXFMMXFOUPOUPUFMMBGFXGVOOZTUPSJFTBCPVU the then-aged Bette Davis' antics on the set of "The UIFUIFOBHFE#FUUF%BWJTBOUJDTPOUIFTFUPGi5IF Âľ/\]bVS`3O`bVÂśaV]eW\U]\QZ]aW\U\WUVb "Another Earth," showing on closing night, Please see M C D O W E L L , Page E37 8cZg "VOaabW``SROZ]b]TPchh Gc\Xj\j\\;Q2=E3::GX^\<*. July 24, has stirred a lot of buzz.

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GZPVMJWFEUISPVHIUIF"HFPG f you lived through the Age of &OMJHIUFONFOU ZPVQSPCBCMZ Enlightenment, you probably EJEOULOPXJU-JLFXJTF UIF didn't know it. Likewise, the "HFPG3FBTPO0SUIF"HF Age of Reason. Or the Age PG*OOPDFODF#VUUIF"HF of Innocence. But the Age PG)BSSZ of Harry?'PS.VHHMFTOPU For Muggles not UPLOPXUIFZWFCFFOMJWJOH to know they've been living UISPVHIUIF1PUUFS&SBXPVME through the Potter Era would CFMJLFOPUOPUJDJOHB)PH be like not noticing a HogXBSUTDPNNFODFNFOUFYFSDJTFNBSDIJOH warts' commencement exercise marching UISPVHIUIFJSMJWJOHSPPN0SUIFOPTFMFTT through their living room. Or the noseless 7PMEFNPSUTJUUJOHJOUIFCSFBLGBTUOPPL Voldemort sitting in the breakfast nook. 8IFOi)BSSZ1PUUFSBOEUIF%FBUIMZ When "Harry Potter and the Deathly )BMMPXT1BSUwPQFOT'SJEBZ BDUVBMMZ Hallows Part 2" opens Friday (actually NJEOJHIUUPOJHIUBUNBOZUIFBUFST JUXJMM midnight tonight at many theaters), it will NBSLUIFFOEPGTPNFUIJOHoUIPVHIQSPC mark the end of something - though probably not entirely the enchanted PotterBCMZOPUFOUJSFMZUIFFODIBOUFE1PUUFS mania that has made the series the most NBOJBUIBUIBTNBEFUIFTFSJFTUIFNPTU popular in film history. And which has QPQVMBSJOmMNIJTUPSZ"OEXIJDIIBT helped sell 450 million copies of the seven IFMQFETFMMNJMMJPODPQJFTPGUIFTFWFO J.K. Rowling novels on which the movies +,3PXMJOHOPWFMTPOXIJDIUIFNPWJFT are based. BSFCBTFE Certainly, when the second half of the $FSUBJOMZ XIFOUIFTFDPOEIBMGPGUIF last movie is finally released Friday - in MBTUNPWJFJTmOBMMZSFMFBTFE'SJEBZoJO 3-D, which was still more or less a novelty % XIJDIXBTTUJMMNPSFPSMFTTBOPWFMUZ when the inaugural "Harry Potter and the XIFOUIFJOBVHVSBMi)BSSZ1PUUFSBOEUIF Sorcerer's Stone" was released in 2001 - it 4PSDFSFST4UPOFwXBTSFMFBTFEJOoJU will free Daniel Radcliffe (age 21), Rupert XJMMGSFF%BOJFM3BEDMJGGF BHF 3VQFSU Grint (22) and Emma Watson (21) from (SJOU  BOE&NNB8BUTPO  GSPN the characters that have denned their UIFDIBSBDUFSTUIBUIBWFEFmOFEUIFJS young lives (and made them, one hastens ZPVOHMJWFT BOENBEFUIFN POFIBTUFOT to add, financially independent). UPBEE mOBODJBMMZJOEFQFOEFOU  It also will mean more free time for a big *UBMTPXJMMNFBONPSFGSFFUJNFGPSBCJH bunch of older British actors. And it will CVODIPGPMEFS#SJUJTIBDUPST"OEJUXJMM make finite, in a way the Potter GeneraNBLFmOJUF JOBXBZ UIF1PUUFS(FOFSB tion: kids, many of whom are no longer UJPOLJET NBOZPGXIPNBSFOPMPOHFS

#Z$0-*/$07&35 By COLIN COVERT .D$MBUDIZ/FXTQBQFST McClatchy Newspapers

8JUIJUTIBVOUFEWJTUBT DMBOLJOHCBUUMFT  With its haunted vistas, clanking battles, JOTQJSFEFGGFDUT IFSPJTN USFBDIFSZ  inspired effects, heroism, treachery, GSBHJMFBMMJBODFTBOENPSBMBNCJHVJUZ UIF fragile alliances and moral ambiguity, the CMPDLCVTUFSmOBMFPGUIF)BSSZ1PUUFS blockbuster finale of the Harry Potter TBHBBDIJFWFTBTVQFSOBUVSBMTQMFOEPS saga achieves a supernatural splendor. 5IFTFSJFTIBTTQVUUFSFEIFSFBOEUIFSF The series has sputtered here and there PWFSUIFMBTUEFDBEF MPTJOHJUTGPDVTBOE over the last decade, losing its focus and UFNQP CVUUIJTDMJNBYJTBUSJVNQIPG tempo, but this climax is a triumph of


Their characters in the Potter films have defined the young lives of actors BVSW`QVO`OQbS`aW\bVS>]bbS`¿Z[aVOdSRS¿\SRbVSg]c\UZWdSa]TOQb]`a Daniel Radcliffe (Harry), Ennnna Watson (Hernnione) and Rupert Grint (Ron). 2O\WSZ@ORQZWTTS6O``g3[[OEOba]\6S`[W]\SO\R@c^S`b5`W\b@]\

kids, who read the books, saw the movies, LJET XIPSFBEUIFCPPLT TBXUIFNPWJFT  were disappointed when they turned 11 XFSFEJTBQQPJOUFEXIFOUIFZUVSOFE and didn't get an invitation to Hogwarts BOEEJEOUHFUBOJOWJUBUJPOUP)PHXBSUT Academy, and will see the conclusion of "DBEFNZ BOEXJMMTFFUIFDPODMVTJPOPG the films as a bittersweet punctuation UIFmMNTBTBCJUUFSTXFFUQVODUVBUJPO point on the entirety of their childhoods. QPJOUPOUIFFOUJSFUZPGUIFJSDIJMEIPPET It's been 15 years since the whole thing *UTCFFOZFBSTTJODFUIFXIPMFUIJOH started (with the books), 10 since the TUBSUFE XJUIUIFCPPLT TJODFUIF movies began, and while David Yates NPWJFTCFHBO BOEXIJMF%BWJE:BUFT hasn't been on it that long, he seemed IBTOUCFFOPOJUUIBUMPOH IFTFFNFE

"HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS µ6/@@G>=BB3@/<2B6323/B6:G6/::=EA -PART2," starring Daniel Radcliffe, ³>/@B ¶abO``W\U2O\WSZ@ORQZWTTS Ennnna Watson and Rupert Grint. 3[[OEOba]\O\R@c^S`b5`W\b Directed by David Yates. Rated PG2W`SQbSRPg2OdWRGObSa@ObSR>5 13 for some sequences of intense !T]`a][SaS_cS\QSa]TW\bS\aS violence and frightening images. dW]ZS\QSO\RT`WUVbS\W\UW[OUSa

ready to leave the wizards behind. When SFBEZUPMFBWFUIFXJ[BSETCFIJOE8IFO the last installment was "98 percent in the UIFMBTUJOTUBMMNFOUXBTiQFSDFOUJOUIF can," the director - the fourth to take on DBO wUIFEJSFDUPSoUIFGPVSUIUPUBLFPO "Potter" (after Chris Columbus, Alfonso i1PUUFSw BGUFS$ISJT$PMVNCVT "MGPOTP Cuaron and Mike Newell) - said he often $VBSPOBOE.JLF/FXFMM oTBJEIFPGUFO met the same kind of question. NFUUIFTBNFLJOEPGRVFTUJPO " A8JUIUISFFEJSFDUPSTCFGPSFZPV B 'With three directors before you, a i book, other source material, what is it CPPL PUIFSTPVSDFNBUFSJBM XIBUJTJU

spectacle and well-earned sentiment. TQFDUBDMFBOEXFMMFBSOFETFOUJNFOU "Potter" is the anti-"Transformers," high i1PUUFSwJTUIFBOUJi5SBOTGPSNFST wIJHI adventure with heart and soul to spare. BEWFOUVSFXJUIIFBSUBOETPVMUPTQBSF Daniel Radcliffe has matured into a solid %BOJFM3BEDMJGGFIBTNBUVSFEJOUPBTPMJE actor, impressive in tense scenes of deadly BDUPS JNQSFTTJWFJOUFOTFTDFOFTPGEFBEMZ combat and quiet moments of subtle, DPNCBUBOERVJFUNPNFOUTPGTVCUMF  shifting emotion. He puts those skills TIJGUJOHFNPUJPO)FQVUTUIPTFTLJMMT to good use in Harry's showdown with UPHPPEVTFJO)BSSZTTIPXEPXOXJUI

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traveling to the French capital for business. The party b`OdSZW\Ub]bVS4`S\QVQO^WbOZT]`PcaW\SaaBVS^O`bg UIBUZPV%0 that you DO?'w:BUFTTBZT RVPUJOHIJT " Yates says, quoting his includes a young engaged couple forced to confront W\QZcRSaOg]c\US\UOUSRQ]c^ZST]`QSRb]Q]\T`]\b questioners. "And I say, 'A lot, actually!' RVFTUJPOFSTi"OE*TBZ A"MPU BDUVBMMZ the illusion that a life different from their own is better. bVSWZZcaW]\bVObOZWTSRWTTS`S\bT`][bVSW`]e\WaPSbbS` But it goes back to that notion that it #VUJUHPFTCBDLUPUIBUOPUJPOUIBUJU Some sexual references and smoking. A][SaSfcOZ`STS`S\QSaO\Ra[]YW\U doesn't belong to anybody. I can truly say EPFTOUCFMPOHUPBOZCPEZ*DBOUSVMZTBZ Showing at: Eveningstar (Brunswick) today 1:30,3:45, AV]eW\UOb(3dS\W\UabO`0`c\aeWQYb]ROg(!!("# this belongs to the audience; that's what it $&(#)<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\Rb]ROgESR UIJTCFMPOHTUPUIFBVEJFODFUIBUTXIBUJU 6,8:15; Nickelodeon (Portland) today-Wed 12:45, 3, 5:10, ("#!#( 7:30,9:45; Cinemagic Westbrook today 11:30 a.m., 1:50, %(!'("#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg(!O[(# feels like to me." GFFMTMJLFUPNFw 4:20, 6:50, 9:20, Fri-Wed 6:50, 9:10; Cinemagic Saco "( $(#'( 4`WESR$(#'()1W\S[OUWQAOQ] Audiences would agree: The movies "VEJFODFTXPVMEBHSFF5IFNPWJFT today 12:05,2:10,4;15, 7:05,9:10, Fri-Wed 12:05,2:10,4:15 b]ROg (# (")#%(#'(4`WESR (# ("(# - which have made a tidy $6.4 billion for oXIJDIIBWFNBEFBUJEZCJMMJPOGPS

ATTHE;I@M<$@EJ ALL THREE local drive-ins will feature midnight screenings of the final installment /::B6@33Z]QOZR`WdSW\aeWZZTSObc`S[WR\WUVbaQ`SS\W\Ua]TbVS¿\OZW\abOZZ[S\b in the Harry Potter series, with two playing Part 1 and Part 2 POQYb]POQY back-to-back. W\bVS6O``g>]bbS`aS`WSaeWbVbe]^ZOgW\U>O`bO\R>O`b Both Saco and Bridgton Twin will show "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows 0]bVAOQ]O\R0`WRUb]\BeW\eWZZaV]eµ6O``g>]bbS`O\RbVS2SObVZg6OZZ]ea Part 1" at 9 p.m. tonight, followed by "Part 2"¶Ob at 12:01 a.m. >O`b¶Ob'^[b]\WUVbT]ZZ]eSRPgµ>O`b (O[ Pride's Corner will show a triple-feature tonight beginning with "Green Lantern" >`WRS¸a1]`\S`eWZZaV]eOb`W^ZSTSObc`Sb]\WUVbPSUW\\W\UeWbVµ5`SS\:O\bS`\¶ at 8:30 p.m., followed by "The Hangover Part II" and "Harry Potter and the Ob&(!^[T]ZZ]eSRPgµBVS6O\U]dS`>O`b77¶O\Rµ6O``g>]bbS`O\RbVS Deathly Hallows Part 2." "Harry" is expected to start around 12:20 a.m. 2SObVZg6OZZ]ea>O`b ¶µ6O``g¶WaSf^SQbSRb]abO`bO`]c\R ( O[

STARTING FRIDAY: AB/@B7<54@72/G( BRIDGTON TWIN DRIVE-IN, 383 Portland Road, Bridgton; 647-8666. Open nightly. 0@725B=<BE7<2@7D37<!&!>]`bZO\R@]OR0`WRUb]\)$"%&$$$=^S\\WUVbZg Screen 1: "Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2" (PG-13) 8:45 p.m.; AQ`SS\(µ6O``g>]bbS`BVS2SObVZg6OZZ]ea>O`b ¶>5!&("#^[) Warner Bros. - have 28 million Facebook 8BSOFS#SPToIBWFNJMMJPO'BDFCPPL "MONTE CARLO" (PG) (1:49) Stars Selena Gomez, µ;=<B31/@:=¶>5("'AbO`aASZS\O5][Sh "Horrible Bosses" (R) 11 p.m. µ6]``WPZS0]aaSa¶@^[ Leighton Meester and Katie Cassidy. Directed by :SWUVb]\;SSabS`O\R9ObWS1OaaWRg2W`SQbSRPg friends, and the books have been transGSJFOET BOEUIFCPPLTIBWFCFFOUSBOT Screen 2:(µ1O`a "Cars 2" (G) 8:45 p.m.; "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" (PG-13) AQ`SS\ ¶5&("#^[)µB`O\aT]`[S`a(2O`Y]TbVS;]]\¶>5! Thomas Bezucha. Three young women vacationing in BV][Oa0ShcQVOBV`SSg]c\Ue][S\dOQObW]\W\UW\ lated into 60 languages. Rowling recently MBUFEJOUPMBOHVBHFT3PXMJOHSFDFOUMZ 10:50 p.m. (#^[ Paris find themselves whisked away to Monte Carlo >O`Wa¿\RbVS[aSZdSaeVWaYSROeOgb];]\bS1O`Z] unveiled a website called Pottermore VOWFJMFEBXFCTJUFDBMMFE1PUUFSNPSF after one of the girls is mistaken for a British heiress. OTbS`]\S]TbVSUW`ZaWa[WabOYS\T]`O0`WbWaVVSW`Saa PRIDES CORNER DRIVE-IN, 651 Bridgton Road, Westbrook; 797-3154. Open nightly. >@723A1=@<3@2@7D37<$#0`WRUb]\@]ORESabP`]]Y)%'%!#"=^S\\WUVbZg (, intended to develop QPUUFSNPSFDPN JOUFOEFEUPEFWFMPQ Brief mild language. 0`WST[WZRZO\UcOUS SACO DRIVE-IN, 969 Portland Road, Saco; 284-1016. Open nightly. A/1=2@7D37<'$'>]`bZO\R@]ORAOQ]) &"$=^S\\WUVbZg characters and plot lines already in books DIBSBDUFSTBOEQMPUMJOFTBMSFBEZJOCPPLT Showing at: Brunswick 10 today 12:50,3:40; Falmouth AV]eW\UOb(0`c\aeWQYb]ROg (#!(")4OZ[]cbV "Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows Part 2" (PG-13); "Horrible Bosses" (R). µ6O``g>]bbS`BVS2SObVZg6OZZ]ea>O`b ¶>5!)µ6]``WPZS0]aaSa¶@ and allow readers to interact with and navi- b]ROg BOEBMMPXSFBEFSTUPJOUFSBDUXJUIBOEOBWJ 10 today 12:55, 3:45, 6:45, 9:25; Cinemagic Saco today (##!("#$("#'( #)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]b]ROg Gates open at 7 p.m., first show starts at dusk. 5ObSa]^S\Ob%^[¿`abaV]eabO`baObRcaY 11:30 a.m., 2,4:30,7,9:30; Cinemagic Westbrook today (!O[ "(!%'(!)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg gate the wizardly world of Harry Potter. HBUFUIFXJ[BSEMZXPSMEPG)BSSZ1PUUFS 11:40 a.m., 2:10, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50, Fri-Wed 11:20 a.m., ("(#%( '(#4`WESR( O[ Pottermaniacs reportedly can register on ("O[ 1PUUFSNBOJBDTSFQPSUFEMZDBOSFHJTUFSPO 9:50; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) today 11:50 '(#)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\Rb]ROg(# the site July 31, Harry Potter's birthday. UIFTJUF+VMZ )BSSZ1PUUFSTCJSUIEBZ a.m., 2:20, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50 O[ ( "(#%( '(# as he seeks answers to the origins and meaning of life. "Deathly Hallows" was originally ini%FBUIMZ)BMMPXTwXBTPSJHJOBMMZJO 7:30,10; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) today 3:30, OaVSaSSYaO\aeS`ab]bVS]`WUW\aO\R[SO\W\U]TZWTS %(!)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\Rb]ROg!(! Some thematic material. 10; Brunswick 10 today 12:25, 3:45, 6:55, 9:50; Falmouth A][SbVS[ObWQ[ObS`WOZ )0`c\aeWQYb]ROg ( #!("#$(##'(#)4OZ[]cbV "MR. POPPER'S PENGUINS" (PG) (1:37) Stars Jim µ;@>=>>3@¸A>3<5C7<A¶>5(!%AbO`a8W[ tended as one movie but later split in two UFOEFEBTPOFNPWJFCVUMBUFSTQMJUJOUXP Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) today 1, 3:50, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\Rb]ROg!(# 10 today 12:40, 3:50, 6:40, 9:20, Fri-Wed 12:20 b]ROg ("!(#$("'( 4`WESR (  Carrey, Carla Gugino and Angela Lansbury. Directed - ostensibly because the narrative was so 1O``Sg1O`ZO5cUW\]O\R/\USZO:O\aPc`g2W`SQbSR oPTUFOTJCMZCFDBVTFUIFOBSSBUJWFXBTTP 6:40, 9:25, Fri-Wed 1:30,4;45,7:15 $("'( #4`WESR(!")"#%(# by Mark Waters. The life of a businessman begins Pg;O`YEObS`aBVSZWTS]TOPcaW\Saa[O\PSUW\a fat (but no one missed the point that two GBU CVUOPPOFNJTTFEUIFQPJOUUIBUUXP "TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON" (PG-13) µB@/<A4=@;3@A(2/@9=4B63;==<¶>5! to change after he inherits six penguins, and as he b]QVO\USOTbS`VSW\VS`WbaaWf^S\UcW\aO\ROaVS movies are far more profitable than one). b`O\aT]`[aVWaO^O`b[S\bW\b]OeW\bS`e]\RS`ZO\RVWa "X-MEN: FIRST CLASS" (PG-13) (2:11) Stars James NPWJFTBSFGBSNPSFQSPmUBCMFUIBOPOF  µF;3<(47@AB1:/AA¶>5! (AbO`a8O[Sa (2:37) Stars Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley transforms his apartment into a winter wonderland, his  (!%AbO`aAVWO:O0S]cT@]aWS6c\bW\Ub]\EVWbSZSg McAvoy, Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence. ;Q/d]g;WQVOSZ4OaaPS\RS`O\R8S\\WTS`:Oe`S\QS and Tyrese Gibson. Directed by Michael Bay. The O\RBg`SaS5WPa]\2W`SQbSRPg;WQVOSZ0OgBVS In it, Harry, Ron Weasley and Hermione *OJU )BSSZ 3PO8FBTMFZBOE)FSNJPOF professional side starts to unravel. ^`]TSaaW]\OZaWRSabO`bab]c\`OdSZ Directed by Matthew Vaughn. In 1963, Charles Xavier 2W`SQbSRPg;ObbVSeDOcUV\7\'$!1VO`ZSaFOdWS` Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on /cb]P]baZSO`\]TO1gPS`b`]\WO\a^OQSQ`OTbVWRRS\]\ Granger continue to search out horcruxes AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQAOQ]b]ROg (SBOHFSDPOUJOVFUPTFBSDIPVUIPSDSVYFT Showing at: Cinemagic Saco today 12:10, ( 2:20,4;40; ( ")") gathers a team of people with superhuman abilities, the moon, and race against Decepticons to reach it and UObVS`aObSO[]T^S]^ZSeWbVac^S`Vc[O\OPWZWbWSa bVS[]]\O\R`OQSOUOW\ab2SQS^bWQ]\ab]`SOQVWbO\R - objects that contain a fragment of a Cinemagic Westbrook today 11:30 a.m., 2,4:20, 6:50, oPCKFDUTUIBUDPOUBJOBGSBHNFOUPGB 1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg(!O[ "( $(# including his best friend ... and future archenemy. W\QZcRW\UVWaPSabT`WS\R¬O\RTcbc`SO`QVS\S[g learn its secrets. ZSO`\WbaaSQ`Sba 9:20, Fri-Wed 11:30 a.m., 2,4:20; Falmouth 10 today '( 4`WESR(!O[ "( )4OZ[]cbVb]ROg soul, and which the evil Voldemort (aka TPVM BOEXIJDIUIFFWJM7PMEFNPSU BLB Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook today 12,'( 9:20 AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg  Showing at: Brunswick 10 today 12:15,1 (3D), 3:30, AV]eW\UOb(0`c\aeWQYb]ROg (#!2!(! 4:55, 9:40 "(##'(" You Know Who, aka He Who Must Not Be :PV,OPX8IP BLB)F8IP.VTU/PU#F 4:30 (3D), 6:45, 7:45 (3D), 10, Fri-Wed 12:20 (3D), 3, "(!!2$("#%("#!24`WESR ( !2! Named, aka the Dark Lord) is using to /BNFE BLBUIF%BSL-PSE JTVTJOHUP "ZOOKEEPER" (PG) (1:41) Stars Kevin James, Rosario µH==933>3@¶>5("AbO`a9SdW\8O[Sa@]aO`W] 3:30 (3D), 6:50 (3D), 9:30,10:10 (3D); Falmouth 10 !(!!2$(#!2'(!(!2)4OZ[]cbV "PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER µ>7@/B3A=4B631/@7003/<(=<AB@/<53@ Dawson and Leslie Bibb. Directed by Frank Coraci. A 2Oea]\O\R:SaZWS0WPP2W`SQbSRPg4`O\Y1]`OQW/ today 12:05,12:50 (3D), 3:40, 4:10 (3D), 7, 7:30 (3D), b]ROg (# (#!2!(""(!2%%(!!2 both attain immortality and achieve total B723A¶>5! TIDES" (PG-13) (2:21) Stars Johnny Depp, Penelope CPUIBUUBJOJNNPSUBMJUZBOEBDIJFWFUPUBM ( AbO`a8]V\\g2S^^>S\SZ]^S group of zoo animals decide to break their code of U`]c^]Th]]O\W[OZaRSQWRSb]P`SOYbVSW`Q]RS]T 10:15 (3D), 10:45 (3D), Fri-Wed 12,!(!$(#() 3:30, 6:50,10:10; (#!2("#!24`WESR Cruz and Ian McShane. Directed by Rob Marshall. After 1`chO\R7O\;QAVO\S2W`SQbSRPg@]P;O`aVOZZ/TbS` control of the Wizarding World. DPOUSPMPGUIF8J[BSEJOH8PSME silence to help their zookeeper find love - without aWZS\QSb]VSZ^bVSW`h]]YSS^S`¿\RZ]dS³eWbV]cb Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) today 11:30 a.m., 12 1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\Rb]ROg(!O[ crossing paths with a woman from his past, Captain What "Deathly Hallows Part 2" promises Q`]aaW\U^ObVaeWbVOe][O\T`][VWa^Oab1O^bOW\ 8IBUi%FBUIMZ)BMMPXT1BSUwQSPNJTFT opting to leave his current job for something more ]^bW\Ub]ZSOdSVWaQc``S\bX]PT]`a][SbVW\U[]`S (3D), 3:30 (3D), 6:30, 6:45 (3D), 9:50 (3D), Fri-Wed 12, !2!(!!2$(!$("#!2'(#!24`WESR Jack Sparrow is swept aboard the Queen Anne's 8OQYA^O``]eWaaeS^bOP]O`RbVS?cSS\/\\S¸a is an apocalyptic battle between the forces Revenge, the ship of the pirate Blackboard, on an JTBOBQPDBMZQUJDCBUUMFCFUXFFOUIFGPSDFT illustrious. 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Fri-Wed 1:10,4, 6:40, 9:20; Cinemagic Saco today '(#4`WESR("$("'( )1W\S[OUWQAOQ]b]ROg (3D); Cinemagic Westbrook today 11:40 a.m., 11:50 a.m. cle Rowling's subtle Christian allegories !2)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg("O[(#O[ DMF3PXMJOHTTVCUMF$ISJTUJBOBMMFHPSJFT "SUPER 8" (PG-13) (1:52)AbO`a3ZZS4O\\W\U/[O\RO Stars Elle Fanning, Amanda !2 µAC>3@&¶>5!(# 11:50 a.m., 2:20, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50, Fri-Wed 12, 2:25,4:50, (#O[ ( "(#%( '(#4`WESR ( #"(# (3D), 12,!!(!2!( 3, 3:10 (3D), 3:20, 6:30, 6:40 (3D), 7, 9:40, 9:50 $(!$("!2%'("'(# and politically nuanced metaphors about BOEQPMJUJDBMMZOVBODFENFUBQIPSTBCPVU Michalka and Kyle Chandler. Directed by JJ. 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RX Bandits IO9Xe[`kj Progressive reggae/ska band RX >`]U`SaaWdS`SUUOSaYOPO\R@F Bandits is calling it quits after 16 0O\RWbaWaQOZZW\UWb_cWbaOTbS`$ years. With socially conscious gSO`aEWbVa]QWOZZgQ]\aQW]ca lyrics and genre-bending songs, Zg`WQaO\RUS\`SPS\RW\Ua]\Ua the band is known for soul-shakbVSPO\RWaY\]e\T]`a]cZaVOY ing live shows. Since the last W\UZWdSaV]eaAW\QSbVSZOab hoorah is near, carpe diem and V]]`OVWa\SO`QO`^SRWS[O\R catch this one. QObQVbVWa]\S



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Kevin Bunker

%$! Founding Principal $!  Developers Collaborative % !"!#%

In 2010, Andrew Tenenbaum, @e)'('#8e[i\nK\e\eYXld# 36, was named Maine's Young *-#nXjeXd\[DX`e\Ă&#x2039;jPfle^ Osteopathic Physician of the Year, one Fjk\fgXk_`ZG_pj`Z`Xef]k_\P\Xi#fe\ of many accomplishments for this f]dXepXZZfdgc`j_d\ekj]fik_`j beloved Portland pediatrician who Y\cfm\[GfikcXe[g\[`Xki`Z`Xen_f continues to do medical missionary Zfek`el\jkf[fd\[`ZXcd`jj`feXip work in Ghana yearly and is now the nfib`e>_XeXp\XicpXe[`jefnk_\ medical director of the UNE-Ghana d\[`ZXc[`i\Zkfif]k_\LE<$>_XeX program. He also has worked in gif^iXd%?\Xcjf_Xjnfib\[`e Belize and Honduras. In addition, 9\c`q\Xe[?fe[liXj%@eX[[`k`fe# Tenenbaum is an assistant professor K\e\eYXld`jXeXjj`jkXekgif]\jjfi of pediatrics at UNE College of f]g\[`Xki`ZjXkLE<:fcc\^\f] Osteopathic Medicine, is a part-time Fjk\fgXk_`ZD\[`Z`e\#`jXgXik$k`d\ pediatric and newborn hospitalist at g\[`Xki`ZXe[e\nYfie_fjg`kXc`jkXk Maine Medical Center. In his spare DX`e\D\[`ZXc:\ek\i%@e_`jjgXi\ time, he loves to cook, run, swim, k`d\#_\cfm\jkfZffb#ile#jn`d# kayak and fish. bXpXbXe[Ă&#x201D; j_%

Joshua Broder is responsible for strategy, Afj_lX9if[\i`ji\jgfej`Yc\]fijkiXk\^p# leadership, and business development c\X[\ij_`g#Xe[Ylj`e\jj[\m\cfgd\ek for Tilson, an international project ]fiK`cjfe#Xe`ek\ieXk`feXcgifa\Zk management, software development, dXeX^\d\ek#jf]knXi\[\m\cfgd\ek# infomiation security, and telecom `e]fidXk`fej\Zli`kp#Xe[k\c\Zfd consulting firm. Zfejlck`e^]`id%

Six years ago, Kevin Bunker was a J`op\XijX^f#B\m`e9leb\inXjX Rockland-area lobsterman. He returned IfZbcXe[$Xi\XcfYjk\idXe%?\i\klie\[ to graduate school, finished first in his kf^iX[lXk\jZ_ffc#Ă&#x201D; e`j_\[Ă&#x201D; ijk`e_`j class at Harvard's Graduate School of ZcXjjXk?XimXi[Ă&#x2039;j>iX[lXk\JZ_ffcf] Design Urban Planning program, then ;\j`^eLiYXeGcXee`e^gif^iXd#k_\e co-founded. Developers Collaborative. Zf$]fle[\[;\m\cfg\ij:fccXYfiXk`m\% Bunker has impacted development 9leb\i_Xj`dgXZk\[[\m\cfgd\ek in Maine through advocacy for smart `eDX`e\k_ifl^_X[mfZXZp]fijdXik growth, affordable housing, and ^ifnk_#X]]fi[XYc\_flj`e^#Xe[ environmental sustainability. \em`ifed\ekXcjljkX`eXY`c`kp%

Broder, an expert in fiber optic network 9if[\i#Xe\og\ik`e]`Y\ifgk`Ze\knfib construction and deployment, is the key ZfejkilZk`feXe[[\gcfpd\ek#`jk_\b\p reason for Tilson's role in two fiber optic i\Xjfe]fiK`cjfeĂ&#x2039;jifc\`eknf]`Y\ifgk`Z network projects, total value more than e\knfibgifa\Zkj#kfkXcmXcl\dfi\k_Xe $100 million, and has helped create more (''d`cc`fe#Xe[_Xj_\cg\[Zi\Xk\dfi\ than 40 new jobs at Tilson in the past k_Xe+'e\nafYjXkK`cjfe`ek_\gXjk year and a half. p\XiXe[X_Xc]% A member of Nature Conservancy Next 8d\dY\if]EXkli\:fej\imXeZpE\ok and TechMaine's Board of Directors, Xe[K\Z_DX`e\Ă&#x2039;j9fXi[f];`i\Zkfij# Broder, 32, is the youngest-ever recipient 9if[\i#*)#`jk_\pfle^\jk$\m\ii\Z`g`\ek of the Portland Regional Chamber of f]k_\GfikcXe[I\^`feXc:_XdY\if] Commerce President's Award (2011).% :fdd\iZ\Gi\j`[\ekĂ&#x2039;j8nXi[)'((

Bunker, 37, has completed projects 9leb\i#*.#_XjZfdgc\k\[gifa\Zkj totaling more than $20 million in kfkXc`e^dfi\k_Xe)'d`cc`fe`e value, with another $12 million under mXcl\#n`k_Xefk_\i()d`cc`fele[\i construction. These projects, featuring ZfejkilZk`fe%K_\j\gifa\Zkj#]\Xkli`e^ partnerships with non-profits, hospitals gXike\ij_`gjn`k_efe$gifĂ&#x201D; kj#_fjg`kXcj and municipalities, are characterized by Xe[dle`Z`gXc`k`\j#Xi\Z_XiXZk\i`q\[Yp a high level of community benefit. X_`^_c\m\cf]Zfddle`kpY\e\Ă&#x201D; k%

Lindsay Cadwallader "'&! Magistrate, State of Maine

"#!###  Lindsay Cadwallader has been a C`e[jXp:X[nXccX[\i_XjY\\eX tireless advocate for low-income k`i\c\jjX[mfZXk\]ficfn$`eZfd\ women and children since she nfd\eXe[Z_`c[i\ej`eZ\j_\ graduated cum laude from Boston ^iX[lXk\[ZldcXl[\]ifd9fjkfe University School of Law in 1997. Le`m\ij`kpJZ_ffcf]CXn`e(00.% Cadwallader was the first Frank M. :X[nXccX[\inXjk_\Ă&#x201D; ijk=iXebD% Coffin Fellow while working at Pine :f]Ă&#x201D;e=\ccfnn_`c\nfib`e^XkG`e\ Tree Legal Assistance (1998-2009), Ki\\C\^Xc8jj`jkXeZ\(00/$)''0 # where she primarily represented n_\i\j_\gi`dXi`cpi\gi\j\ek\[ victims of domestic violence in family m`Zk`djf][fd\jk`Zm`fc\eZ\`e]Xd`cp law matters and protection from abuse cXndXkk\ijXe[gifk\Zk`fe]ifdXYlj\ cases. ZXj\j% Now a Family Law Magistrate in EfnX=Xd`cpCXnDX^`jkiXk\`e York and Cumberland Counties, PfibXe[:ldY\icXe[:flek`\j# handling divorce and custody cases, _Xe[c`e^[`mfiZ\Xe[Zljkf[pZXj\j# Cadwallader served on the Maine :X[nXccX[\ij\im\[fek_\DX`e\ Commission on Domestic and Sexual :fdd`jj`fefe;fd\jk`ZXe[J\olXc Abuse (2007-9),#fek_\B`[j=`ijk on the Kids First 8Ylj\)''.$0 Center board, and on the board of the :\ek\iYfXi[#Xe[fek_\YfXi[f]k_\ Maine Women's Fund. DX`e\Nfd\eĂ&#x2039;j=le[%

Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Tenenbaum         for his outstanding contributions to the medical       profession, students, patients, and our state.     




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Jeff$ Badger

* Chair of Fine Arts $" !$&% Department, SMCC #$& !&  As Department Chair of Fine Arts at 8j;\gXikd\ek:_X`if]=`e\8ikjXk Southern Maine Community College Jflk_\ieDX`e\:fddle`kp:fcc\^\ in South Portland, Jeff Badger has `eJflk_GfikcXe[#A\]]9X[^\i_Xj grown the department to more than 75 ^ifnek_\[\gXikd\ekkfdfi\k_Xe., sections with more than 1,500 students. j\Zk`fejn`k_dfi\k_Xe(#,''jkl[\ekj% Heavily involved in the Portland ?\Xm`cp`emfcm\[`ek_\GfikcXe[ area's dynamic arts scene, Badger, 35, Xi\XĂ&#x2039;j[peXd`ZXikjjZ\e\#9X[^\i#*,# has organized many exhibitions for _Xjfi^Xe`q\[dXep\o_`Y`k`fej]fi Maine artists, including an upcoming DX`e\Xik`jkj#`eZcl[`e^XelgZfd`e^ show in Portland's sister city of j_fn`eGfikcXe[Ă&#x2039;jj`jk\iZ`kpf] Mytilene, Greece in 2012. Dpk`c\e\#>i\\Z\`e)'()% Badger's work is widely exhibited; 9X[^\iĂ&#x2039;jnfib`jn`[\cp\o_`Y`k\[2 he has released six albums of original _\_Xji\c\Xj\[j`oXcYldjf]fi`^`eXc music, been recognized with three dlj`Z#Y\\ei\Zf^e`q\[n`k_k_i\\ Good Idea grants from the Maine Arts >ff[@[\X^iXekj]ifdk_\DX`e\8ikj Commission, and was one of Artscope :fdd`jj`fe#Xe[nXjfe\f]8ikjZfg\ Magazine's "20 artists who have DX^Xq`e\Ă&#x2039;jĂ&#x2C6;)'Xik`jkjn_f_Xm\ captured our imagination." ZXgkli\[fli`dX^`eXk`fe%Ă&#x2030;

Monica Quimby "!' ) Adjunct Professor, SMCC '!&$"%%"$  Ms. Wheelchair Maine  %$ ! Board Member: "$  $ Scholarships, Alpha One "$%#%#! In the past five years, Monica Quimby @ek_\gXjkĂ&#x201D; m\p\Xij#Dfe`ZXHl`dYp has received a B.S. in molecular _Xji\Z\`m\[X9%J%`edfc\ZlcXi biology, an M.S. in higher education Y`fcf^p#XeD%J%`e_`^_\i\[lZXk`fe and become an adjunct professor at Xe[Y\Zfd\XeX[aleZkgif]\jjfiXk SMCC. Quimby, 25, is the current JD::%Hl`dYp#),#`jk_\Zlii\ek Ms. Wheelchair Maine, which isn't a Dj%N_\\cZ_X`iDX`e\#n_`Z_`jeĂ&#x2039;kX beauty pageant, but rather a way to Y\XlkpgX^\Xek#YlkiXk_\iXnXpkf empower women with disabilities. \dgfn\infd\en`k_[`jXY`c`k`\j% She is working toward creating a J_\`jnfib`e^kfnXi[Zi\Xk`e^X nonprofit organization to sustain efegifĂ&#x201D; kfi^Xe`qXk`fekfjljkX`e the Ms. Wheelchair Maine program k_\Dj%N_\\cZ_X`iDX`e\gif^iXd and will compete for Ms. Wheelchair Xe[n`ccZfdg\k\]fiDj%N_\\cZ_X`i America in August as she continues to 8d\i`ZX`e8l^ljkXjj_\Zfek`el\jkf try to bring education and acceptance kipkfYi`e^\[lZXk`feXe[XZZ\gkXeZ\ to those with disabilities. kfk_fj\n`k_[`jXY`c`k`\j%

Corey Norman "$)"$ ! Instructor !%&$'&"$ SMCC  

Robert O'Brien "$&$! Assistant to the Director %%%&!&&"& $&"$ Maine Preservation !$%$(&"!

In 2010, Corey Norman created @e)'('#:fi\pEfidXeZi\Xk\[ Film Chowdah: the Maine College =`cd:_fn[X_1k_\DX`e\:fcc\^\ Film Festival. Films that win awards =`cd=\jk`mXc%=`cdjk_Xkn`eXnXi[j in Film Chowdah move on to other `e=`cd:_fn[X_dfm\fekffk_\i competitions. This spring, Norman, Zfdg\k`k`fej%K_`jjgi`e^#EfidXe# 30, was executive producer for the *'#nXj\o\Zlk`m\gif[lZ\i]fik_\ Maine May-hem Film Festival. This DX`e\DXp$_\d=`cd=\jk`mXc%K_`j event was organized through his \m\eknXjfi^Xe`q\[k_ifl^__`j class in advanced audio and video ZcXjj`eX[mXeZ\[Xl[`fXe[m`[\f applications at SMCC and showcased Xggc`ZXk`fejXkJD::Xe[j_fnZXj\[ senior students' work. Norman also is j\e`fijkl[\ekjĂ&#x2039;nfib%EfidXeXcjf`j the executive director of the Portland k_\\o\Zlk`m\[`i\Zkfif]k_\GfikcXe[ Maine Film Festival. Aside from DX`e\=`cd=\jk`mXc%8j`[\]ifd teaching, he is an active filmmaker k\XZ_`e^#_\`jXeXZk`m\Ă&#x201D; cddXb\i doing short films and client-driven [f`e^j_fikĂ&#x201D; cdjXe[Zc`\ek$[i`m\e pieces. He also fosters puppies g`\Z\j%?\Xcjf]fjk\ijglgg`\j through Beau Buddy Rescue. k_ifl^_9\Xl9l[[pI\jZl\%

Even before completing his master's <m\eY\]fi\Zfdgc\k`e^_`jdXjk\iĂ&#x2039;j in public policy and management, `eglYc`Zgfc`ZpXe[dXeX^\d\ek# Robert O'Brien, 31, has been immersed IfY\ikFĂ&#x2039;9i`\e#*(#_XjY\\e`dd\ij\[ in public service. He served on the `eglYc`Zj\im`Z\%?\j\im\[fek_\ Portland Board of Public Education GfikcXe[9fXi[f]GlYc`Z<[lZXk`fe from 2006-2009, and was elected to ]ifd)''-$)''0#Xe[nXj\c\Zk\[kf the Portland Charter Commission, k_\GfikcXe[:_Xik\i:fdd`jj`fe# which recommended restoring the n_`Z_i\Zfdd\e[\[i\jkfi`e^k_\ elected mayor position to Portland, \c\Zk\[dXpfigfj`k`fekfGfikcXe[# approved by voters last November. Xggifm\[Ypmfk\ijcXjkEfm\dY\i% O'Brien was elected president of the FĂ&#x2039;9i`\enXj\c\Zk\[gi\j`[\ekf]k_\ West End Neighborhood Association N\jk<e[E\`^_Yfi_ff[8jjfZ`Xk`fe in 2006, and he was a leader in the `e)''-#Xe[_\nXjXc\X[\i`ek_\ Irish American Club of Maine from @i`j_8d\i`ZXe:clYf]DX`e\]ifd 2002 to 2008, organizing the first )'')kf)''/#fi^Xe`q`e^k_\Ă&#x201D; ijk annual Saint Patrick's Parade down XeelXcJX`ekGXki`ZbĂ&#x2039;jGXiX[\[fne Commercial Street in 2005. :fdd\iZ`XcJki\\k`e)'',%


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**"'%(*'&   Jesse Thompson, AIA,   LEEDAP )#&#($($& Principal, Kaplan "'%(*'& )"#++* Thompson Architects Jesse Thompson, 39, and his firm A\jj\K_fdgjfe#*0#Xe[_`jĂ&#x201D; id Kaplan Thompson Architects have BXgcXeK_fdgjfe8iZ_`k\Zkj_Xm\ emerged rapidly. It is considered \d\i^\[iXg`[cp%@k`jZfej`[\i\[ a national leader in green design XeXk`feXcc\X[\i`e^i\\e[\j`^e throughout the East Coast. The k_ifl^_flkk_\<Xjk:fXjk%K_\ motto is "Beautiful Sustainable Ă&#x201D;firm's idĂ&#x2039;jdfkkf`jĂ&#x2C6;9\Xlk`]lcJljkX`eXYc\ Attainable" and they have received 8kkX`eXYc\Ă&#x2030;Xe[k_\p_Xm\i\Z\`m\[ numerous accolades including the eld\ifljXZZfcX[\j`eZcl[`e^k_\ USGBCs LEED for Homes Award LJ>9:Ă&#x2039;jC<<;]fi?fd\j8nXi[ 2009,'s Home of the )''0#Ki\\_l^^\i%ZfdĂ&#x2039;j?fd\f]k_\ Year, and a Maine AIA Award. Their P\Xi#Xe[XDX`e\8@88nXi[%K_\`i projects have appeared in The New gifa\Zkj_Xm\Xgg\Xi\[`eK_\E\n York Times, Washington Post, USA PfibK`d\j#NXj_`e^kfeGfjk#LJ8 Today, NPR and HGTV. He is also Kf[Xp#EGIXe[?>KM%?\`jXcjf co-chair of the Advocacy Committee Zf$Z_X`if]k_\8[mfZXZp:fdd`kk\\ of the Portland Society of Architects, a f]k_\GfikcXe[JfZ`\kpf]8iZ_`k\Zkj#X commLiiiity design advocacy groLip. Zfddle`kp[\j`^eX[mfZXZp^iflg%

Michael Carey #"$ )/ D-Lewiston (District 72) .#*+'&#*+)#+  Elected to the Maine State Legislature <c\Zk\[kfk_\DX`e\JkXk\C\^`jcXkli\ in 2007, Michael Carey of Lewiston is `e)''.#D`Z_X\c:Xi\pf]C\n`jkfe`j now in his third term. efn`e_`jk_`i[k\id% Carey serves on the Veterans and :Xi\pj\im\jfek_\M\k\iXejXe[ Legal Affairs Committee (Ranking C\^Xc8]]X`ij:fdd`kk\\IXeb`e^ Minority Member)Xe[k_\Af`ekJ\c\Zk and the Joint Select D`efi`kpD\dY\i Committee on Regulatory Fairness :fdd`kk\\feI\^lcXkfip=X`ie\jj and Reform. He is volunteer Board Xe[I\]fid%?\`jmfclek\\i9fXi[ Chair for Community Concepts (a :_X`i]fi:fddle`kp:feZ\gkjX $30 million, 300-employee Western *'d`cc`fe#*''$\dgcfp\\N\jk\ie Maine social service agency).%Fk_\i Other DX`e\jfZ`Xcj\im`Z\X^\eZp community catises he works with Zfddle`kpZXlj\j_\nfibjn`k_ include the AVESTA Housing, The `eZcl[\k_\8M<JK8?flj`e^#K_\ New England Nordic Ski Association, E\n<e^cXe[Efi[`ZJb`8jjfZ`Xk`fe# and the Androscoggin Chamber Xe[k_\8e[ifjZf^^`e:_XdY\i of Commerce Business Advocacy f]:fdd\iZ\9lj`e\jj8[mfZXZp Committee. Carey, 35, is a student at :fdd`kk\\%:Xi\p#*,#`jXjkl[\ekXk the University of Maine School of Law k_\Le`m\ij`kpf]DX`e\JZ_ffcf]CXn and expects to graduate in 2012. Xe[\og\Zkjkf^iX[lXk\`e)'()%

"#))++)*'& Shirar Patterson +0 ##*'&'.&+'.& Staff Liaison, Downtown

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,*#&**'&'%# Business & Economic -$'(%&+1 ) Development Officer #+/'  &!') City of Bangor Shirar Patterson, 32, is the spark J_`iXiGXkk\ijfe#*)#`jk_\jgXib behind downtown Bangor's Y\_`e[[fnekfne9Xe^fiĂ&#x2039;j revitalization. Patterson has taken i\m`kXc`qXk`fe%GXkk\ijfe_XjkXb\e promoting downtown to a new level gifdfk`e^[fnekfnekfXe\nc\m\c and is making a difference in how the Xe[`jdXb`e^X[`]]\i\eZ\`e_fnk_\ city is perceived. Z`kp`jg\iZ\`m\[% She works with a diverse array of J_\nfibjn`k_X[`m\ij\XiiXpf] stakeholders to build consensus jkXb\_fc[\ijkfYl`c[Zfej\ejlj and implement initiatives that serve Xe[`dgc\d\ek`e`k`Xk`m\jk_Xkj\im\ to make Bangor more attractive to kfdXb\9Xe^fidfi\XkkiXZk`m\kf business, residents and visitors. She is Ylj`e\jj#i\j`[\ekjXe[m`j`kfij%J_\`j a graduate of the University of Maine X^iX[lXk\f]k_\Le`m\ij`kpf]DX`e\ and has experience in municipal Xe[_Xj\og\i`\eZ\`edle`Z`gXc government, nonprofit and higher ^fm\ied\ek#efegifĂ&#x201D;kXe[_`^_\i education. \[lZXk`fe%

Wendy L. Ayotte &/ /'++ Vice President/ #)*#&+ Comptroller '%(+)'$$) Casco Bay Ford *' /') Wendy Ayotte recently combined her N\e[p8pfkk\i\Z\ekcpZfdY`e\[_\i position with Casco Bay Ford and her gfj`k`fen`k_:XjZf9Xp=fi[Xe[_\i civic role as Yarmouth Chamber of Z`m`Zifc\XjPXidflk_:_XdY\if] Commerce Vice President to persuade :fdd\iZ\M`Z\Gi\j`[\ekkfg\ijlX[\ the Ford Motor Company to donate a k_\=fi[Dfkfi:fdgXepkf[feXk\X vehicle for the 2011 Yarmouth Clam m\_`Zc\]fik_\)'((PXidflk_:cXd Festival, a fund-raiser for many =\jk`mXc#X]le[$iX`j\i]fidXep worthy local organizations. Her nfik_pcfZXcfi^Xe`qXk`fej%?\i professional accomplishments include gif]\jj`feXcXZZfdgc`j_d\ekj`eZcl[\ being part of the senior management Y\`e^gXikf]k_\j\e`fidXeX^\d\ek team when the dealership won the k\Xdn_\ek_\[\Xc\ij_`gnfek_\ Beacon Award. Ayotte is a major 9\XZfe8nXi[%8pfkk\`jXdXafi volunteer fund-raiser for Big Brothers/ mfclek\\i]le[$iX`j\i]fi9`^9ifk_\ij& Big Sisters and also volunteers for a 9`^J`jk\ijXe[Xcjfmfclek\\ij]fiX number of youth-and school-related eldY\if]pflk_$Xe[jZ_ffc$i\cXk\[ activities. XZk`m`k`\j%



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David Gulak    Manager

 Barrels Community Market "  David Gulak, 30, manages Barrels ;Xm`[>lcXb#*'#dXeX^\j9Xii\cj Community Market in Waterville. The :fddle`kpDXib\k`eNXk\im`cc\%K_\ nonprofit comiiiunity market sells locally efegif]`kZfddle`kpdXib\kj\ccjcfZXccp produced goods at affordable prices, offers gif[lZ\[^ff[jXkX]]fi[XYc\gi`Z\j#f]]\ij educational and volunteer opportunities, \[lZXk`feXcXe[mfclek\\ifggfikle`k`\j# and provides a community event space. Xe[gifm`[\jXZfddle`kp\m\ekjgXZ\% A team of branding specialists quoted in 8k\Xdf]YiXe[`e^jg\Z`Xc`jkjhlfk\[`e the Waterville Sentinel remarked, "The k_\NXk\im`cc\J\ek`e\ci\dXib\[#Ă&#x2C6;K_\ market, created by Waterville Main Street, dXib\k#Zi\Xk\[YpNXk\im`cc\DX`eJki\\k# is ail example of an asset that communities `jXe\oXdgc\f]XeXjj\kk_XkZfddle`k`\j all over the country would love to have." Xccfm\ik_\Zflekipnflc[cfm\kf_Xm\%Ă&#x2030; Barrels flourishes thanks to David's 9Xii\cj]cfli`j_\jk_Xebjkf;Xm`[Ă&#x2039;j leadership, hard work, and the great team c\X[\ij_`g#_Xi[nfib#Xe[k_\^i\Xkk\Xd he has gathered. _\_Xj^Xk_\i\[% David has worked with MaiiieGeneral ;Xm`[_Xjnfib\[n`k_DX`e\>\e\iXc to incorporate local food into the hospital kf`eZfigfiXk\cfZXc]ff[`ekfk_\_fjg`kXc system and also works in local schools. jpjk\dXe[Xcjfnfibj`ecfZXcjZ_ffcj%

Shannon Haines   Executive Director ! Waterville Main Street,    Maine International

  Film Festival   Thanks to her work to revitalize K_Xebjkf_\infibkfi\m`kXc`q\ Waterville's downtown, Shannon NXk\im`cc\Ă&#x2039;j[fnekfne#J_Xeefe Haines has twice been invited to ?X`e\j_Xjkn`Z\Y\\e`em`k\[kf present at the National Main Street gi\j\ekXkk_\EXk`feXcDX`eJki\\k Program conference. Haines created Gif^iXdZfe]\i\eZ\%?X`e\jZi\Xk\[ one of Central Maine's most successful fe\f]:\ekiXcDX`e\Ă&#x2039;jdfjkjlZZ\jj]lc farmers' markets, helped launch Barrels ]Xid\ijĂ&#x2039;dXib\kj#_\cg\[cXleZ_9Xii\cj Community Market, and was a founding :fddle`kpDXib\k#Xe[nXjX]fle[`e^ member of KV Connect, a networking d\dY\if]BM:fee\Zk#Xe\knfib`e^ group for young professionals. ^iflg]fipfle^gif]\jj`feXcj% Haines has directed the Maine ?X`e\j_Xj[`i\Zk\[k_\DX`e\ International Film Festival for nine years, @ek\ieXk`feXc=`cd=\jk`mXc]fie`e\p\Xij# and serves or has served on the boards of Xe[j\im\jfi_Xjj\im\[fek_\YfXi[jf] Kennebec Messalonskee Trails and the B\ee\Y\ZD\jjXcfejb\\KiX`cjXe[k_\ Waterville Regional Arts and Cultural NXk\im`cc\I\^`feXc8ikjXe[:lckliXc Center. :\ek\i%

Marc Pitman

  Founder  The mission of Marc Pitman's K_\d`jj`fef]DXiZG`kdXeĂ&#x2039;j business is helping nonprofit and Ylj`e\jj`j_\cg`e^efegifĂ&#x201D; kXe[ philanthropic organizations become g_`cXek_ifg`Zfi^Xe`qXk`fejY\Zfd\ self-sustaining. Outside of his j\c]$jljkX`e`e^%Flkj`[\f]_`j business, Pitman, 39, of Waterville, Ylj`e\jj#G`kdXe#*0#f]NXk\im`cc\# is helping make Maine a better place `j_\cg`e^dXb\DX`e\XY\kk\igcXZ\ by managing political campaigns YpdXeX^`e^gfc`k`ZXcZXdgX`^ej and serving on local boards such as Xe[j\im`e^fecfZXcYfXi[jjlZ_Xj United Way of Mid-Maine and serving Le`k\[NXpf]D`[$DX`e\Xe[j\im`e^ local public libraries. His third book, cfZXcglYc`Zc`YiXi`\j%?`jk_`i[Yffb# "Ask Without Fear! for Librarians," Ă&#x2C6;8jbN`k_flk=\Xi]fiC`YiXi`Xej#Ă&#x2030; is inspired by his work with Maine `j`ejg`i\[Yp_`jnfibn`k_DX`e\ librarians. When not helping raise c`YiXi`Xej%N_\eefk_\cg`e^iX`j\ millions for charity, Pitman enjoys d`cc`fej]fiZ_Xi`kp#G`kdXe\eafpj spending time with his wife and three jg\e[`e^k`d\n`k__`jn`]\Xe[k_i\\ children, brewing beer, reading and Z_`c[i\e#Yi\n`e^Y\\i#i\X[`e^Xe[ good coffee. ^ff[Zf]]\\%


Megan Williams

 Executive Director ! Hardy Girls

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" Megan Williams, 29, heads up Hardy D\^XeN`cc`Xdj#)0#_\X[jlg?Xi[p Girls Healthy Women, a national, >`icj?\Xck_pNfd\e#XeXk`feXc# research-based nonprofit empowering i\j\XiZ_$YXj\[efegifĂ&#x201D; k\dgfn\i`e^ girls with knowledge, critical thinking ^`icjn`k_befnc\[^\#Zi`k`ZXck_`eb`e^ skills and a platform to drive social jb`ccjXe[XgcXk]fidkf[i`m\jfZ`Xc change. She's been the executive Z_Xe^\%J_\Ă&#x2039;jY\\ek_\\o\Zlk`m\ director for five years. Recently, she [`i\Zkfi]fiĂ&#x201D; m\p\Xij%I\Z\ekcp#j_\ held a summer institute at Colby _\c[Xjldd\i`ejk`klk\Xk:fcYp College for participants who came :fcc\^\]figXik`Z`gXekjn_fZXd\ from as far away as Germany and ]ifdXj]XiXnXpXj>\idXepXe[ Hong Kong. Megan has embraced the ?fe^Bfe^%D\^Xe_Xj\dYiXZ\[k_\ opportunity to engage girls in social fggfikle`kpkf\e^X^\^`icj`ejfZ`Xc change using technology and social Z_Xe^\lj`e^k\Z_efcf^pXe[jfZ`Xc media in a way that the founders of the d\[`X`eXnXpk_Xkk_\]fle[\ijf]k_\ organization imagined but could not fi^Xe`qXk`fe`dX^`e\[YlkZflc[efk have pulled off themselves. _Xm\glcc\[f]]k_\dj\cm\j%

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Becky McKinnell * !! Owner, iBec Creative (!##%' Since starting her company right out J`eZ\jkXik`e^_\iZfdgXepi`^_kflk of college, Becky McKinnell has led f]Zfcc\^\#9\ZbpDZB`ee\cc_Xjc\[ the way in innovative Web design. k_\nXp`e`eefmXk`m\N\Y[\j`^e% Recognizing the importance of mobile I\Zf^e`q`e^k_\`dgfikXeZ\f]dfY`c\ Web sites, McKinnell, 27, employs N\Yj`k\j#DZB`ee\cc#).#\dgcfpj dedicated developers to help clients [\[`ZXk\[[\m\cfg\ijkf_\cgZc`\ekj reach customers via mobile devices. i\XZ_Zljkfd\ijm`XdfY`c\[\m`Z\j% McKinnell has doubled the size of DZB`ee\cc_Xj[flYc\[k_\j`q\f] her company each year for the past _\iZfdgXep\XZ_p\Xi]fik_\gXjk three years and now employs eight k_i\\p\XijXe[efn\dgcfpj\`^_k people in Portland. McKinnell serves g\fgc\`eGfikcXe[%DZB`ee\ccj\im\j on the board of Port Resources and fek_\YfXi[f]GfikI\jfliZ\jXe[ Tech Maine. She is also active in K\Z_DX`e\%J_\`jXcjfXZk`m\`e PROPEL, Maine Center for Enterprise GIFG<C#DX`e\:\ek\i]fi<ek\igi`j\ Development, Port Resources and the ;\m\cfgd\ek#GfikI\jfliZ\jXe[k_\ Maine Women's Network. DX`e\Nfd\eĂ&#x2039;jE\knfib%

Geoffrey Iacuessa

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Adam&# Burk  )&%'#%"# Executive Director,  )#"#"# TEDxDirigo/ Program ""#!%"#"#&$%! Coordinator for Sustainable " &!%* % Community Health, PROP

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This most recent fiscal year, Iaoiessa, K_`jdfjki\Z\ekĂ&#x201D; jZXcp\Xi#@XZl\jjX# 32, served as president of the board of the *)#j\im\[Xjgi\j`[\ekf]k_\YfXi[f]k_\ Maine Children's Cancer Program and DX`e\:_`c[i\eĂ&#x2039;j:XeZ\iGif^iXdXe[ navigated the Sea Dogs to raising more eXm`^Xk\[k_\J\X;f^jkfiX`j`e^dfi\ than $4 million for the MCCP. He also k_Xe+d`cc`fe]fik_\D::G%?\Xcjf puts on the hugely successful Mother's glkjfek_\_l^\cpjlZZ\jj]lcDfk_\iĂ&#x2039;j Day and Father's Day SK Road Races, ;XpXe[=Xk_\iĂ&#x2039;j;Xp,BIfX[IXZ\j# benefiting breast cancer research and Y\e\Ă&#x201D; k`e^Yi\XjkZXeZ\ii\j\XiZ_Xe[ prostate cancer research respectively. gifjkXk\ZXeZ\ii\j\XiZ_i\jg\Zk`m\cp%

In 2010, Burk, 31, launched @e)'('#9lib#*(#cXleZ_\[ TEDxDirigo, bringing the TEDx K<;o;`i`^f#Yi`e^`e^k_\K<;o platform for spreading "ideas worth gcXk]fid]fijgi\X[`e^Ă&#x2C6;`[\Xjnfik_ sharing" to Maine. He has led this j_Xi`e^Ă&#x2030;kfDX`e\%?\_Xjc\[k_`j initiative as a volunteer. TEDxDirigo `e`k`Xk`m\XjXmfclek\\i%K<;o;`i`^f gives visionaries and leaders the ^`m\jm`j`feXi`\jXe[c\X[\ijk_\ opportunity to share ideas at an annual fggfikle`kpkfj_Xi\`[\XjXkXeXeelXc conference and through videos on Zfe]\i\eZ\Xe[k_ifl^_m`[\fjfe YouTube. PflKlY\%

Amanda O'Brien  !#! #$!% Vice President  !%#!%#%! Hall Internet Marketing Amanda O'Brien, 32, is making 8dXe[XFĂ&#x2039;9i`\e#*)#`jdXb`e^ social media and Internet marketing jfZ`Xcd\[`XXe[@ek\ie\kdXib\k`e^ more accessible through her Social dfi\XZZ\jj`Yc\k_ifl^__\iJfZ`Xc Media Breakfasts, which bring D\[`X9i\Xb]Xjkj#n_`Z_Yi`e^ together 90-150 people each month kf^\k_\i0'$(,'g\fgc\\XZ_dfek_ in Portland to discuss a topic from in `eGfikcXe[kf[`jZljjXkfg`Z]ifd`e and around the social media space. Xe[Xifle[k_\jfZ`Xcd\[`XjgXZ\% She's also been instrumental in the J_\Ă&#x2039;jXcjfY\\e`ejkild\ekXc`ek_\ growth of her company, Hall Internet ^ifnk_f]_\iZfdgXep#?Xcc@ek\ie\k Marketing. When she's not working, DXib\k`e^%N_\ej_\Ă&#x2039;jefknfib`e^# O'Brien enjoys spending time with FĂ&#x2039;9i`\e\eafpjjg\e[`e^k`d\n`k_ her husband exploring Maine and _\i_ljYXe[\ogcfi`e^DX`e\Xe[ showing it off to out-of-state guests. j_fn`e^`kf]]kfflk$f]$jkXk\^l\jkj% She also loves spending time with J_\Xcjfcfm\jjg\e[`e^k`d\n`k_ her dogs, running, traveling, boating, _\i[f^j#ilee`e^#kiXm\c`e^#YfXk`e^# skiing, eating good food and drinking jb``e^#\Xk`e^^ff[]ff[Xe[[i`eb`e^ good wine. ^ff[n`e\%

Congratulations!    to Becky McKinnell of iBec Creative and all the Forty Under 40 winners!           Remarkable, talented businesspeople deserve to have their stories told. You are            an inspiration and example. At Broadreach Public Relations, we appreciate the


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Josh Davis !$! Gelato Fiasco "! Josh Davis is co-founder and co-owner Afj_;Xm`j`jZf$]fle[\iXe[Zf$fne\i (with Bruno Tropeano)f]>\cXkf of Gelato n`k_9ilefKifg\Xef Fiasco in Brunswick, an artisanal =`XjZf`e9ilejn`Zb#XeXik`jXeXc Italian gelato and sorbetto shop. Since @kXc`Xe^\cXkfXe[jfiY\kkfj_fg%J`eZ\ January 2010, Gelato Fiasco has grown AXelXip)'('#>\cXkf=`XjZf_Xj^ifne more than 200 percent in in-store dfi\k_Xe)''g\iZ\ek`e`e$jkfi\ sales, and is now found in about 100 jXc\j#Xe[`jefn]fle[`eXYflk('' restaurants and grocery markets, from i\jkXliXekjXe[^ifZ\ipdXib\kj#]ifd small independents to Hannaford jdXcc`e[\g\e[\ekjkf?XeeX]fi[ supermarkets. jlg\idXib\kj% Gelato Fiasco contributes product gift >\cXkf=`XjZfZfeki`Ylk\jgif[lZk^`]k cards to many organizations seeking ZXi[jkfdXepfi^Xe`qXk`fejj\\b`e^ fund-raising sponsorship, and directly ]le[$iX`j`e^jgfejfij_`g#Xe[[`i\Zkcp supports the Brunswick Teen Center. jlggfikjk_\9ilejn`ZbK\\e:\ek\i% Gelato Fiasco and Davis, 28, have been >\cXkf=`XjZfXe[;Xm`j#)/#_Xm\Y\\e featured in Bentley College's alumni ]\Xkli\[`e9\ekc\p:fcc\^\Ă&#x2039;jXclde` news, the Rachael Ray magazine as a e\nj#k_\IXZ_X\cIXpdX^Xq`e\XjX "top pick," and in Downeast Magazine Ă&#x2C6;kfgg`Zb#Ă&#x2030;Xe[`e;fne\XjkDX^Xq`e\ as "the premier gelateria in Maine." XjĂ&#x2C6;k_\gi\d`\i^\cXk\i`X`eDX`e\%Ă&#x2030;

Sean Wilkinson ! Principal    Forge In 2010, Sean Wilkinson, 33, and @e)'('#J\XeN`cb`ejfe#**#Xe[ two colleagues formed Forge, a small knfZfcc\X^l\j]fid\[=fi^\#XjdXcc branding and design firm whose YiXe[`e^Xe[[\j`^eĂ&#x201D; idn_fj\ innovative approach and solid design `eefmXk`m\XggifXZ_Xe[jfc`[[\j`^e is winning an impressive range of `jn`ee`e^Xe`dgi\jj`m\iXe^\f] local and national clients. Outside the cfZXcXe[eXk`feXcZc`\ekj%Flkj`[\k_\ agency Wilkinson is the incoming X^\eZp#N`cb`ejfe`jk_\`eZfd`e^ president of the Maine chapter of gi\j`[\ekf]k_\DX`e\Z_Xgk\if] AIGA and formerly a facilitator of 8@>8Xe[]fid\icpX]XZ`c`kXkfif] Designlnquiry, an alternative design ;\j`^e@ehl`ip#XeXck\ieXk`m\[\j`^e conference on Vinalhaven.. He is one Zfe]\i\eZ\feM`eXc_Xm\e%%?\`jfe\ of the founders of Picnic, a biannual f]k_\]fle[\ijf]G`Ze`Z#XY`XeelXc alternative craft fair, and is an adjunct Xck\ieXk`m\ZiX]k]X`i#Xe[`jXeX[aleZk professor at Maine College of Art, gif]\jjfiXkDX`e\:fcc\^\f]8ik# where he studied and which remains a n_\i\_\jkl[`\[Xe[n_`Z_i\dX`ejX big influence professionally Y`^`eĂ&#x2022; l\eZ\gif]\jj`feXccp%

Benjamin Fowlie % # " Founder, Director  " " Camden International !"$ Film Festival Benjamin Fowlie founded and 9\eaXd`e=fnc`\]fle[\[Xe[ directs the seven-year-old Camden [`i\Zkjk_\j\m\e$p\Xi$fc[:Xd[\e International Film Festival, recently @ek\ieXk`feXc=`cd=\jk`mXc#i\Z\ekcp recognized in the second edition of i\Zf^e`q\[`ek_\j\Zfe[\[`k`fef] the Top 25 Film Festivals in the world k_\Kfg),=`cd=\jk`mXcj`ek_\nfic[ for documentaries. Fowlie, 31, is co]fi[fZld\ekXi`\j%=fnc`\#*(#`jZf$ founder of the Points North Forum, a ]fle[\if]k_\Gf`ekjEfik_=fild#X festival component that includes past ]\jk`mXcZfdgfe\ekk_Xk`eZcl[\jgXjk participants from HBO, BBC, Tribeca, gXik`Z`gXekj]ifd?9F#99:#Ki`Y\ZX# Sundance, ITVS, and PBS. Jle[XeZ\#@KMJ#Xe[G9J% Recently, Fowlie was included in I\Z\ekcp#=fnc`\nXj`eZcl[\[`e Thorn Powers' "20 Under 40: Industry K_fdGfn\ijĂ&#x2039;Ă&#x2C6;)'Le[\i+'1@e[ljkip Leaders To Watch Out For." He is a C\X[\ijKfNXkZ_Flk=fi%Ă&#x2030;?\`jX co-founder and programmer for The Zf$]fle[\iXe[gif^iXdd\i]fiK_\ DocYard, a series at the Brattle Theatre ;fZPXi[#Xj\i`\jXkk_\9iXkkc\K_\Xki\ in Cambridge, Mass., and serves as a `e:XdYi`[^\#DXjj%#Xe[j\im\jXjX JLiror at film festivals worldwide. alifiXkĂ&#x201D; cd]\jk`mXcjnfic[n`[\%

Erik Hayward   &%   !" Vice President

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Erica Quin-Easter " %#$" Microenterprise

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$"#  Work and Community  " %$( Erica Quin-Easter, 34, may best be <i`ZXHl`e$<Xjk\i#*+#dXpY\jkY\ described as a Renaissance woman. On [\jZi`Y\[XjXI\eX`jjXeZ\nfdXe%Fe the job in Presque Isle as microenterprise k_\afY`eGi\jhl\@jc\Xjd`Zif\ek\igi`j\ coordinator with Women, Work, Zffi[`eXkfin`k_Nfd\e#Nfib# and Community, she's busy helping Xe[:fddle`kp#j_\Ă&#x2039;jYljp_\cg`e^ entrepreneurs develop the skills and \eki\gi\e\lij[\m\cfgk_\jb`ccjXe[ resources they need to grow sustainable, i\jfliZ\jk_\pe\\[kf^ifnjljkX`eXYc\# successful ventures. She's also a jlZZ\jj]lcm\ekli\j%J_\Ă&#x2039;jXcjfX composer whose collaborative choral Zfdgfj\in_fj\ZfccXYfiXk`m\Z_fiXc composition, "(F)light: a borderlands Zfdgfj`k`fe#Ă&#x2C6;= c`^_k1XYfi[\icXe[j song cycle," was premiered by Women in jfe^ZpZc\#Ă&#x2030;nXjgi\d`\i\[YpNfd\e`e Harmony in their May concert. Quin?Xidfep`ek_\`iDXpZfeZ\ik%Hl`e$ Easter is working toward a doctorate in <Xjk\i`jnfib`e^kfnXi[X[fZkfiXk\`e Canadian-American history and lives in :XeX[`Xe$8d\i`ZXe_`jkfipXe[c`m\j`e Caribou on a 20-acre horse farm with her :Xi`YflfeX)'$XZi\_fij\]Xidn`k__\i wife Kate Quin-Easter. n`]\BXk\Hl`e$<Xjk\i%

Steve Sawczyn $&')( Owner, Assistive Technology '"###$&  ( Services of  Maine "&# As owner of Assistive Technology 8jfne\if]8jj`jk`m\K\Z_efcf^p Services of Maine, Steve Sawczyn, 35, J\im`Z\jf]DX`e\#Jk\m\JXnZqpe#*,# raises awareness of disability issues iX`j\jXnXi\e\jjf][`jXY`c`kp`jjl\j and provides training/consultation Xe[gifm`[\jkiX`e`e^&ZfejlckXk`fe to individuals with disabilities, kf`e[`m`[lXcjn`k_[`jXY`c`k`\j# empowering them to become or \dgfn\i`e^k_\dkfY\Zfd\fi remain employed. He works with i\dX`e\dgcfp\[%?\nfibjn`k_ business, state/local government to Ylj`e\jj#jkXk\&cfZXc^fm\ied\ekkf ensure accessibility in the workplace \ejli\XZZ\jj`Y`c`kp`ek_\nfibgcXZ\ and to distill misinformation about Xe[kf[`jk`ccd`j`e]fidXk`feXYflk the possibilities afforded the disabled. k_\gfjj`Y`c`k`\jX]]fi[\[k_\[`jXYc\[% Sawczyn has provided assistive JXnZqpe_Xjgifm`[\[Xjj`jk`m\ technology training directly to people k\Z_efcf^pkiX`e`e^[`i\Zkcpkfg\fgc\ with disabilities, building their n`k_[`jXY`c`k`\j#Yl`c[`e^k_\`i confidence and computer literacy. He ZfeĂ&#x201D; [\eZ\Xe[Zfdglk\ic`k\iXZp%?\ also has worked with organizations Xcjf_Xjnfib\[n`k_fi^Xe`qXk`fej to create accessible Web sites and kfZi\Xk\XZZ\jj`Yc\N\Yj`k\jXe[ information to level the playing field `e]fidXk`fekfc\m\ck_\gcXp`e^Ă&#x201D; \c[ between the disabled and non-disabled. Y\kn\\ek_\[`jXYc\[Xe[efe$[`jXYc\[%

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Liz Smith )$ Senior"## Associate  $ in Marketing and  "$ Communications  %$ # United Way of $( Greater Portland "$"

"$ Liz Smith, 31, manages everything C`qJd`k_#*(#dXeX^\j\m\ipk_`e^ from developing collateral materials ]ifd[\m\cfg`e^ZfccXk\iXcdXk\i`Xcj to celebratory events that enhance kfZ\c\YiXkfip\m\ekjk_Xk\e_XeZ\ United Way's relationship with donors, Le`k\[NXpĂ&#x2039;ji\cXk`fej_`gn`k_[fefij# advocates, volunteers and the Greater X[mfZXk\j#mfclek\\ijXe[k_\>i\Xk\i Portland community. Her opinion and GfikcXe[Zfddle`kp%?\ifg`e`feXe[ insight are respected not only within `ej`^_kXi\i\jg\Zk\[efkfecpn`k_`e her organization, but also within the _\ifi^Xe`qXk`fe#YlkXcjfn`k_`ek_\ communications agencies she works Zfddle`ZXk`fejX^\eZ`\jj_\nfibj with. Smith is a member of PROPEL, n`k_%Jd`k_`jXd\dY\if]GIFG<C# Maine Public Relations Council and the DX`e\GlYc`ZI\cXk`fej:fleZ`cXe[k_\ Maine Red Claw's Young Leaders Group. DX`e\I\[:cXnĂ&#x2039;jPfle^C\X[\ij>iflg% She also was recently elected public J_\XcjfnXji\Z\ekcp\c\Zk\[glYc`Z relations vice president of the Junior i\cXk`fejm`Z\gi\j`[\ekf]k_\Ale`fi League of Portland board of directors. C\X^l\f]GfikcXe[YfXi[f][`i\Zkfij%

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Jenna Vendil

  !! "! ' Grassroots Organizer  " Planned Parenthood   "  % of Northern New England Jenna Vendil, 26, is one of Portland's A\eeXM\e[`c#)-#`jfe\f]GfikcXe[Ă&#x2039;j youngest emerging leaders as a pfle^\jk\d\i^`e^c\X[\ijXjX policymaker, public official, advocate gfc`ZpdXb\i#glYc`Zf]Ă&#x201D; Z`Xc#X[mfZXk\ and organizer. She has made positive Xe[fi^Xe`q\i%J_\_XjdX[\gfj`k`m\ impacts as a leader by empowering `dgXZkjXjXc\X[\iYp\dgfn\i`e^ young people to become involved in pfle^g\fgc\kfY\Zfd\`emfcm\[`e politics and in their communities, gfc`k`ZjXe[`ek_\`iZfddle`k`\j# engaging citizens and by working \e^X^`e^Z`k`q\ejXe[Ypnfib`e^ to create opportunities and reduce kfZi\Xk\fggfikle`k`\jXe[i\[lZ\ inequality in Maine. Vendil is a role `e\hlXc`kp`eDX`e\%M\e[`c`jXifc\ model to young people who are looking df[\ckfpfle^g\fgc\n_fXi\cffb`e^ for ways to make a difference, whether it ]finXpjkfdXb\X[`]]\i\eZ\#n_\k_\i`k be Ă&#x201D;fighting for women's access to health Y\ ^_k`e^]finfd\eĂ&#x2039;jXZZ\jjkf_\Xck_ care or engaging community members ZXi\fi\e^X^`e^Zfddle`kpd\dY\ij on how to improve public education. fe_fnkf`dgifm\glYc`Z\[lZXk`fe%

Matthew Siegel ""%  " Medical Director $" Developmental !  !Program   Disorders      !" Spring Harbor Hospital Since being employed at Spring Harbor J`eZ\Y\`e^\dgcfp\[XkJgi`e^?XiYfi Hospital, Dr. Matthew Siegel, 39, has ?fjg`kXc#;i%DXkk_\nJ`\^\c#*0#_Xj made significant improvements in dX[\j`^e`]`ZXek`dgifm\d\ekj`e reshaping the Developmental Disorders i\j_Xg`e^k_\;\m\cfgd\ekXc;`jfi[\ij Program, which is becoming increasingly Gif^iXd#n_`Z_`jY\Zfd`e^`eZi\Xj`e^cp known and respected in Maine, New befneXe[i\jg\Zk\[`eDX`e\#E\n England and beyond. Outside of work, <e^cXe[Xe[Y\pfe[%Flkj`[\f]nfib# he serves on the board of directors of _\j\im\jfek_\YfXi[f][`i\Zkfijf] the Autism Society of Maine and is k_\8lk`jdJfZ`\kpf]DX`e\Xe[`j leading the effort to build the first Maine c\X[`e^k_\\]]fikkfYl`c[k_\]`ijkDX`e\ playground designed for children with gcXp^ifle[[\j`^e\[]fiZ_`c[i\en`k_ autism. He also has served on the State Xlk`jd%?\Xcjf_Xjj\im\[fek_\JkXk\ of Maine children's behavioral health f]DX`e\Z_`c[i\eĂ&#x2039;jY\_Xm`fiXc_\Xck_ evidence-based practice advisory group \m`[\eZ\$YXj\[giXZk`Z\X[m`jfip^iflg and the national child psychiatry practice Xe[k_\eXk`feXcZ_`c[gjpZ_`XkipgiXZk`Z\ guideline committee. ^l`[\c`e\Zfdd`kk\\%

David Herring, $   Jr. Executive Director &#"$ " Maine Huts & Trails  #"! !

Drew Johnson  % !  " " " Director, Strategic #"! " Communications, Octagon

David Herring Jr., 36, established Maine ;Xm`[?\ii`e^Ai%#*-#\jkXYc`j_\[DX`e\ Huts & Trails' sterling reputation with ?lkjKiX`cjĂ&#x2039;jk\ic`e^i\glkXk`fen`k_ donors, Legislature, community groups [fefij#C\^`jcXkli\#Zfddle`kp^iflgj and non-profits, and trade coalitions. Xe[efe$gifĂ&#x201D; kj#Xe[kiX[\ZfXc`k`fej% Under his leadership the organization Le[\i_`jc\X[\ij_`gk_\fi^Xe`qXk`fe has opened three backcountry lodges _Xjfg\e\[k_i\\YXZbZflekipcf[^\j and substantially secured more than Xe[jlYjkXek`Xccpj\Zli\[dfi\k_Xe 100 potential miles of trail and 1,000 (''gfk\ek`Xcd`c\jf]kiX`cXe[(#''' acres for public access. XZi\j]figlYc`ZXZZ\jj%

Drew Johnson has managed the public ;i\nAf_ejfe_XjdXeX^\[k_\glYc`Z relations efforts of top Olympic athletes i\cXk`fej\]]fikjf]kfgFcpdg`ZXk_c\k\j since 2004, helping gain Octagon j`eZ\)''+#_\cg`e^^X`eFZkX^fe recognition as the most successful i\Zf^e`k`feXjk_\dfjkjlZZ\jj]lc Olympic agency in the world, and Fcpdg`ZX^\eZp`ek_\nfic[#Xe[ played a significant role in generating gcXp\[Xj`^e`Ă&#x201D; ZXekifc\`e^\e\iXk`e^ more magazine covers and television dfi\dX^Xq`e\Zfm\ijXe[k\c\m`j`fe appearances for clients than any other Xgg\XiXeZ\j]fiZc`\ekjk_XeXepfk_\i PR specialist in the world. Johnson GIjg\Z`Xc`jk`ek_\nfic[%Af_ejfe managed Octagon's media and PR dXeX^\[FZkX^feĂ&#x2039;jd\[`XXe[GI at the Vancouver Olympic Games, Xkk_\MXeZflm\iFcpdg`Z>Xd\j# representing athletes including Maine i\gi\j\ek`e^Xk_c\k\j`eZcl[`e^DX`e\ gold medalist Seth Wescott. ^fc[d\[Xc`jkJ\k_N\jZfkk%

Herring led fund-raising of $8.5 ?\ii`e^c\[]le[$iX`j`e^f]/%, million without an existing donor base. d`cc`fen`k_flkXe\o`jk`e^[fefiYXj\% More than 3,000 youths have used Dfi\k_Xe*#'''pflk_j_Xm\lj\[ the huts or trails for recreation and k_\_lkjfikiX`cj]fii\Zi\Xk`feXe[ education. Herring is a volunteer guest \[lZXk`fe%?\ii`e^`jXmfclek\\i^l\jk lecturer at several Maine colleges. Maine c\Zkli\iXkj\m\iXcDX`e\Zfcc\^\j%DX`e\ Huts recently won the Governor's ?lkji\Z\ekcpnfek_\>fm\iefiĂ&#x2039;j Award for Innovation in Tourism. 8nXi[]fi@eefmXk`fe`eKfli`jd%

Johnson, 36, contributes his expertise Af_ejfe#*-#Zfeki`Ylk\j_`j\og\ik`j\ to charitable organizations including the kfZ_Xi`kXYc\fi^Xe`qXk`fej`eZcl[`e^k_\ Level Field Fund, the Michael Phelps C\m\c=`\c[=le[#k_\D`Z_X\cG_\cgj Foundation, the Boys & Girls Clubs of =fle[Xk`fe#k_\9fpj>`icj:clYjf] America, and Special Olympics. 8d\i`ZX#Xe[Jg\Z`XcFcpdg`Zj%

Spring Harbor Hospital congratulates %&#&$&$'%(!$#&()!(' Dr. Matthew Siegel, MD, on being honored &((+!$##$#$& as one of Maine 's.$&(-#& /"&#!&' "Forty Under 40" emerging leaders. '$#$# As Medical Director of the Developmental Disorders Treatment Unit

'!&($&$(*!$%"#(!'$&&'&("#(#( at Spring Harbor Hospital, Dr. Siegel leads a multi-disciplinary team of (%&#&$&$'%(!&!!'")!('%!#&-("$ clinicians and staff. He is passionate about working with children and !##'#'('%''$#($)(+$& #+(!&## their families; his vision for the program and his compassionate approach (&"!' '*'$#$&(%&$&"#'$"%''$#(%%&$ are an inspiration, and exemplify our mission at Spring Harbor Hospital. &##'%&($##,"%!-$)&"''$#(%&#&$&$'%(! Dr. Siegel leads the only program of its kind in Maine, serving youth ages &!!'($#!-%&$&"$(' ###'&*#-$)(' 5 to 21 who have both mental illness and a neuro-developmental disorder,

($+$*$("#(!!!#''##)&$*!$%"#(!'$&& such as autism. He is also an assistant professor in the Department of ')')('"'!'$#'''(#(%&$''$&#(%&("#($ Psychiatry at Tufts Medical Center. We are proud to honor him. '-(&-()('! #(&&%&$)($$#$&"

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Chelsea Callanan !&!!## Attorney ''$%#, Murray Plumb Murray (%%,!("(%%,

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Chelsea Callanan's key areas of :_\cj\X:XccXeXeĂ&#x2039;jb\pXi\Xjf] practice are Corporate Law and giXZk`Z\Xi\:figfiXk\CXnXe[ Intellectual Property Law. Her @ek\cc\ZklXcGifg\ikpCXn%?\i intellectual property practice focuses `ek\cc\ZklXcgifg\ikpgiXZk`Z\]fZlj\j on working with businesses and fenfib`e^n`k_Ylj`e\jj\jXe[ individuals in the entertainment, `e[`m`[lXcj`ek_\\ek\ikX`ed\ek# fashion, and jewelry industries, as well ]Xj_`fe#Xe[a\n\cip`e[ljki`\j#Xjn\cc as technology companies seeking to Xjk\Z_efcf^pZfdgXe`\jj\\b`e^kf protect trademarks, copyrights, trade gifk\ZkkiX[\dXibj#Zfgpi`^_kj#kiX[\ secrets, and patents. j\Zi\kj#Xe[gXk\ekj%

Eric Conlon, 29, became U.S. Cellular's <i`Z:fecfe#)0#Y\ZXd\L%J%:\cclcXiĂ&#x2039;j director of sales for New England in 2008 [`i\Zkfif]jXc\j]fiE\n<e^cXe[`e)''/ and has increased the business by more Xe[_Xj`eZi\Xj\[k_\Ylj`e\jjYpdfi\ than $20 million in annual revenues, k_Xe)'d`cc`fe`eXeelXci\m\el\j# while lowering operating expenses by n_`c\cfn\i`e^fg\iXk`e^\og\ej\jYp more than $3 million. Conlon leads dfi\k_Xe*d`cc`fe%:fecfec\X[j more than 500 associates and 88 store dfi\k_Xe,''XjjfZ`Xk\jXe[//jkfi\ locations throughout New England. In cfZXk`fejk_ifl^_flkE\n<e^cXe[%@e 2010, New England enjoyed a greater )'('#E\n<e^cXe[\eafp\[X^i\Xk\i increase in customer satisfaction than `eZi\Xj\`eZljkfd\ijXk`j]XZk`fek_Xe any other U.S. Cellular market. Xepfk_\iL%J%:\cclcXidXib\k%

The Telling Room, a community K_\K\cc`e^Iffd#XZfddle`kp writing center in Portland, served ni`k`e^Z\ek\i`eGfikcXe[#j\im\[ more than 2,000 Maine students dfi\k_Xe)#'''DX`e\jkl[\ekj in the past year. That success is `ek_\gXjkp\Xi%K_XkjlZZ\jj`j largely due to the work of Gibson cXi^\cp[l\kfk_\nfibf]>`Yjfe Fay-LeBlanc, under whose five-year =Xp$C\9cXeZ#le[\in_fj\Ă&#x201D; m\$p\Xi executive directorship The Telling \o\Zlk`m\[`i\Zkfij_`gK_\K\cc`e^ Room has grown to become an Iffd_Xj^ifnekfY\Zfd\Xe award-winning arts organization. FayXnXi[$n`ee`e^Xikjfi^Xe`qXk`fe%=Xp$ LeBlanc, 37, is poetry editor of Maine C\9cXeZ#*.#`jgf\kip\[`kfif]DX`e\ Magazine; his book of poems, "Death DX^Xq`e\2_`jYffbf]gf\dj#Ă&#x2C6;;\Xk_ of a Ventriloquist" won the 2011 Vassar f]XM\eki`cfhl`jkĂ&#x2030;nfek_\)'((MXjjXi Miller Prize and will be published D`cc\iGi`q\Xe[n`ccY\glYc`j_\[ in 2012. Now stepping down from `e)'()%Efnjk\gg`e^[fne]ifd administrative work to complete his X[d`e`jkiXk`m\nfibkfZfdgc\k\_`j novel, Fay-LeBlanc will continue Ă&#x201D;first ijkefm\c#=Xp$C\9cXeZn`ccZfek`el\ promoting arts education in Maine, gifdfk`e^Xikj\[lZXk`fe`eDX`e\# including teaching at The Telling `eZcl[`e^k\XZ_`e^XkK_\K\cc`e^ Room. Iffd%

Callanan, 27, is a board member of the :XccXeXe#).#`jXYfXi[d\dY\if]k_\ Maine Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, DX`e\Mfclek\\iCXnp\ij]fik_\8ikj# and serves on the Advisory Board of Xe[j\im\jfek_\8[m`jfip9fXi[f] the Bates Dance Festival. k_\9Xk\j;XeZ\=\jk`mXc% A graduate of the University of Maine 8^iX[lXk\f]k_\Le`m\ij`kpf]DX`e\ School of Law and Bridgewater State JZ_ffcf]CXnXe[9i`[^\nXk\iJkXk\ College, Callanan is admitted to practice :fcc\^\#:XccXeXe`jX[d`kk\[kfgiXZk`Z\ law in Maine and Massachusetts. cXn`eDX`e\Xe[DXjjXZ_lj\kkj%

Conlon is active in the Greater Portland :fecfe`jXZk`m\`ek_\>i\Xk\iGfikcXe[ Region Chamber of Commerce and I\^`fe:_XdY\if]:fdd\iZ\Xe[ an advocate for working with local XeX[mfZXk\]finfib`e^n`k_cfZXc businesses. He leads U.S. Cellular Ylj`e\jj\j%?\c\X[jL%J%:\cclcXi grassroots initiatives "Calling All ^iXjjiffkj`e`k`Xk`m\jĂ&#x2C6;:Xcc`e^8cc Communities" and "Calling All :fddle`k`\jĂ&#x2030;Xe[Ă&#x2C6;:Xcc`e^8cc Teachers." K\XZ_\ij%Ă&#x2030;

Scott Townsend $''$*#&# Realtor, Keller Williams Realty !'$% !!% !! "&!', Owner *#%

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school - and her unwillingness to knuckle TDIPPMoBOEIFSVOXJMMJOHOFTTUPLOVDLMF under to either home's chaos or her VOEFSUPFJUIFSIPNFTDIBPTPSIFS schoolmates' snobbery - helps create one TDIPPMNBUFTTOPCCFSZoIFMQTDSFBUFPOF of the strongest female protagonists in PGUIFTUSPOHFTUGFNBMFQSPUBHPOJTUTJO years. 6:30 p.m. Saturday; 9 p.m. Sunday; ZFBSTQN4BUVSEBZQN4VOEBZ 6:30 p.m. July 23 QN+VMZ "Taxi Driver": Sure, everyone's seen it, i5BYJ%SJWFSw4VSF FWFSZPOFTTFFOJU  but watching this 1976 Scorcese/DeNiro CVUXBUDIJOHUIJT4DPSDFTF%F/JSP classic on the big screen should serve DMBTTJDPOUIFCJHTDSFFOTIPVMETFSWF to remind everyone why this classic UPSFNJOEFWFSZPOFXIZUIJTDMBTTJD NYC-as-Hades thriller mesmerized us in /:$BT)BEFTUISJMMFSNFTNFSJ[FEVTJO the first place. 3:30 p.m. Sunday; 9 p.m. UIFmSTUQMBDFQN4VOEBZQN Monday .POEBZ "World on a Wire": MIFF unearths i8PSMEPOB8JSFw.*''VOFBSUIT a long-lost (1973), typically bizarre and BMPOHMPTU  UZQJDBMMZCJ[BSSFBOE ahead of its time sci-fi film from legendBIFBEPGJUTUJNFTDJmmMNGSPNMFHFOE ary director Rainer Werner Fassbinder BSZEJSFDUPS3BJOFS8FSOFS'BTTCJOEFS about a scientist discovering the exisBCPVUBTDJFOUJTUEJTDPWFSJOHUIFFYJT tence of a massive conspiracy involving a UFODFPGBNBTTJWFDPOTQJSBDZJOWPMWJOHB virtual reality. It's like an analog "MaWJSUVBMSFBMJUZ*UTMJLFBOBOBMPHi.B trix," made 25 years too soon. 6:45 p.m. USJY wNBEFZFBSTUPPTPPOQN Wednesday 8FEOFTEBZ Dennis Perkins is a freelance writer who lives in 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Portland. >]`bZO\R

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and Olympian Abebe Bikila, a soldier and BOE0MZNQJBO"CFCF#JLJMB BTPMEJFSBOE son of a shepherd. TPOPGBTIFQIFSE "Another Earth" (2011) is the closingi"OPUIFS&BSUIw  JTUIFDMPTJOH night film. As a duplicate Earth is about OJHIUmMN"TBEVQMJDBUF&BSUIJTBCPVU to be discovered, Rhoda Williams, who is UPCFEJTDPWFSFE 3IPEB8JMMJBNT XIPJT fascinated by astrophysics and dreams of GBTDJOBUFECZBTUSPQIZTJDTBOEESFBNTPG exploring the cosmos, becomes involved FYQMPSJOHUIFDPTNPT CFDPNFTJOWPMWFE with John Burroughs, a composer about XJUI+PIO#VSSPVHIT BDPNQPTFSBCPVU to have a child with his wife. During their UPIBWFBDIJMEXJUIIJTXJGF%VSJOHUIFJS love affair, one of them is given the chance MPWFBGGBJS POFPGUIFNJTHJWFOUIFDIBODF to travel to the other Earth. UPUSBWFMUPUIFPUIFS&BSUI "Another Earth," according to the i"OPUIFS&BSUI wBDDPSEJOHUPUIF program, "lures audiences to go where no QSPHSBN iMVSFTBVEJFODFTUPHPXIFSFOP one has gone before." POFIBTHPOFCFGPSFw That sense of discovery is what Eisen 5IBUTFOTFPGEJTDPWFSZJTXIBU&JTFO said he values most about the festival. TBJEIFWBMVFTNPTUBCPVUUIFGFTUJWBM "People come in with a sense of openi1FPQMFDPNFJOXJUIBTFOTFPGPQFO ness, and they go to see movies and they OFTT BOEUIFZHPUPTFFNPWJFTBOEUIFZ are surprised," he said. BSFTVSQSJTFE wIFTBJE "I love sharing the five or 10 movies I i*MPWFTIBSJOHUIFmWFPSNPWJFT* care the most about and watching them DBSFUIFNPTUBCPVUBOEXBUDIJOHUIFN and sharing them with an audience, BOETIBSJOHUIFNXJUIBOBVEJFODF  particularly if they love it and even if they QBSUJDVMBSMZJGUIFZMPWFJUBOEFWFOJGUIFZ don't." EPOUw Haines said she appreciates what the )BJOFTTBJETIFBQQSFDJBUFTXIBUUIF festival does for the city of Waterville. GFTUJWBMEPFTGPSUIFDJUZPG8BUFSWJMMF "People are out and about, and they're i1FPQMFBSFPVUBOEBCPVU BOEUIFZSF having a dialogue about films, and they're IBWJOHBEJBMPHVFBCPVUmMNT BOEUIFZSF eating in restaurants," she said. FBUJOHJOSFTUBVSBOUT wTIFTBJE i*UGFFMTMJLFBDPNNVOJUZw "It feels like a community."

pagans and their friends celebrating rituals in England's ^OUO\aO\RbVSW`T`WS\RaQSZSP`ObW\U`WbcOZaW\3\UZO\R¸a West Country. 6 p.m. July 21; 9:15 p.m. July 22,P]bVOb both at ESab1]c\b`g$^[8cZg )'(#^[8cZg Railroad Square @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S "Falcons and Terrorists: A Political Wildlife Story" µ4OZQ]\aO\RBS``]`Waba(/>]ZWbWQOZEWZRZWTSAb]`g¶ OPENING NIGHT =>3<7<5<756B - Documentary about Mainer Alan Howell Parrot, a ³2]Qc[S\bO`gOP]cb;OW\S`/ZO\6]eSZZ>O``]bO "The Athlete" - An extraordinary feature that blends µBVS/bVZSbS¶³/\Sfb`O]`RW\O`gTSObc`SbVObPZS\Ra leading falcon trainer who formed a global conservaZSORW\UTOZQ]\b`OW\S`eV]T]`[SROUZ]POZQ]\aS`dO epic, biography, drama and documentary tells the S^WQPW]U`O^VgR`O[OO\RR]Qc[S\bO`gbSZZabVS tion group and through his connections learned of bW]\U`]c^O\RbV`]cUVVWaQ]\\SQbW]\aZSO`\SR]T true-life tale of Ethiopian marathon runner Abebe b`cSZWTSbOZS]T3bVW]^WO\[O`ObV]\`c\\S`/PSPS the whereabouts of Osama Bin Laden, who was an bVSeVS`SOP]cba]T=aO[O0W\:ORS\eV]eOaO\ Bikila, a quiet man who is ceaseless in his journey to 0WYWZOO_cWSb[O\eV]WaQSOaSZSaaW\VWaX]c`\Sgb] obsessed falconer. He relayed the information to the ]PaSaaSRTOZQ]\S`6S`SZOgSRbVSW\T]`[ObW]\b]bVS greatness. 6:30 p.m. Friday, Given Auditorium, Colby U`SOb\Saa$(!^[4`WROg5WdS\/cRWb]`Wc[1]ZPg Bush administration, only to be ignored. 3:30 p.m. July 0caVOR[W\Wab`ObW]\]\Zgb]PSWU\]`SR!(!^[8cZg College; 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Railroad Square Cinema 1]ZZSUS) (!^[Ac\ROg@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S1W\S[O 22;)^[8cZg 1 p.m. July 23, both at Given !P]bVOb5WdS\ Courtesy MIFF 1]c`bSag;744 "Falling Overnight" - On the eve of surgery to remove µ4OZZW\U=dS`\WUVb¶³=\bVSSdS]Tac`US`gb]`S[]dS CENTERPIECE GALA 13<B3@>73135/:/ " T h e A t h l e t e " t e l l s t h e s t o r y o f µBVS/bVZSbS¶bSZZabVSab]`g]T his brain tumor, a 22-year-old man meets and falls for a VWaP`OW\bc[]`O gSO`]ZR[O\[SSbaO\RTOZZaT]`O "In Good Time, the Piano Jazz of Marian McPartland" µ7\5]]RBW[SbVS>WO\]8Ohh]T;O`WO\;Q>O`bZO\R¶ E t h i o p i a n m a r a t h o n e r A b e b e Bikila. 3bVW]^WO\[O`ObV]\S`/PSPS0WYWZO young photographer, who takes him on an exhilarating g]c\U^V]b]U`O^VS`eV]bOYSaVW[]\O\SfVWZO`ObW\U - Premiere of new documentary by Maine-based ³>`S[WS`S]T\SeR]Qc[S\bO`gPg;OW\SPOaSR journey through the city and makes him want to live. 6 with Michael Shamberg's short "Gone, Gone, Gone." 9:15 X]c`\SgbV`]cUVbVSQWbgO\R[OYSaVW[eO\bb]ZWdS$ filmmaker Huey that explores the life and career of the eWbV;WQVOSZAVO[PS`U¸aaV]`bµ5]\S5]\S5]\S¶'(# ¿Z[[OYS`6cSgbVObSf^Z]`SabVSZWTSO\RQO`SS`]TbVS p.m. Sunday; 9:15 p.m. July 21, both at Railroad Square ^[Ac\ROg)'(#^[8cZg P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S p.m. Tuesday; 6 p.m. July 22, both at Railroad Square ^[BcSaROg)$^[8cZg P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S pioneering female jazz musician and composer. 6:30 ^W]\SS`W\UTS[OZSXOhh[caWQWO\O\RQ][^]aS`$(! 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Noon Saturday; bVS[caWQO\RWba[OYS`a$(#^[4`WROg)!(#^[8cZg its big crosstown rivalry game during the last 10 days WbaPWUQ`]aab]e\`WdOZ`gUO[SRc`W\UbVSZOabROga 23, both at Railroad Square 9:15 p.m. Monday, both at Railroad Square !P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S '(#^[;]\ROgP]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S of Ramadan. 3 p.m. Monday; 6 p.m. Tuesday, both at ]T@O[ORO\!^[;]\ROg)$^[BcSaROgP]bVOb "Autumn Gold" Documentary follows five athletes, all "Dernier Maquis (Adhen)" At a truck yard on the µ/cbc[\5]ZR¶³2]Qc[S\bO`gT]ZZ]ea¿dSObVZSbSaOZZ µ2S`\WS`;O_cWa/RVS\¶³/bOb`cQYgO`R]\bVS Railroad Square @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S over 80, as they prepare for the World Masters Athletics ]cbaYW`ba]T>O`WabVSP]aaQ]\dS`baO\S[^bg`]][ outskirts of Paris, the boss converts an empty room ]dS`&OabVSg^`S^O`ST]`bVSE]`ZR;OabS`a/bVZSbWQa "The Greater Good" - Character-driven documenµBVS5`SObS`5]]R¶³1VO`OQbS`R`WdS\R]Qc[S\ Championships. 6:30 p.m. Sunday; 3:30 p.m. Monday, to a mosque for his Muslim workers, but they see his 1VO[^W]\aVW^a$(!^[Ac\ROg)!(!^[;]\ROg b]O[]a_cST]`VWa;caZW[e]`YS`aPcbbVSgaSSVWa tary explores the places where parenting, medicine bO`gSf^Z]`SabVS^ZOQSaeVS`S^O`S\bW\U[SRWQW\S both at Railroad Square efforts as an attempt to dodge demands for better pay P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S STT]`baOaO\ObbS[^bb]R]RUSRS[O\RaT]`PSbbS`^Og and states' rights clash with politics, groupthink and O\RabObSa¸`WUVbaQZOaVeWbV^]ZWbWQaU`]c^bVW\YO\R "The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye" - Documentary O\Rb`SOb[S\b!^[AObc`ROg)!^[BcSaROgP]bVOb and treatment. 3 p.m. Saturday; 3 p.m. Tuesday, both at µBVS0OZZOR]T5S\SaWaO\R:ORg8OgS¶³2]Qc[S\bO`g Big Pharma in the debate over vaccinations. 9 p.m. 0WU>VO`[OW\bVSRSPObS]dS`dOQQW\ObW]\a'^[ about musician and artist Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S Railroad Square OP]cb[caWQWO\O\RO`bWab5S\SaWa0`SgS`>=``WRUSO\R Wednesday; 3:15 p.m. July 21, both at Railroad Square ESR\SaROg)!(#^[8cZg P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S his love and artistic partner, Lady Jaye, as they undergo µBVS2`cWRa(B`OdSZaW\2SS^3\UZO\R¶³2]Qc[S\bO`g "The Druids: Travels in Deep England" - Documentary VWaZ]dSO\RO`bWabWQ^O`b\S`:ORg8OgSOabVSgc\RS`U] "The Grove" - Documentary. 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Organizers of the 14th annual Maine 0SHBOJ[FSTPGUIFUIBOOVBM.BJOF International Film Festival are delighted *OUFSOBUJPOBM'JMN'FTUJWBMBSFEFMJHIUFE that the 10-day, audience-oriented event UIBUUIFEBZ BVEJFODFPSJFOUFEFWFOU affords face-to-face interaction with filmBGGPSETGBDFUPGBDFJOUFSBDUJPOXJUImMN makers and actors. NBLFSTBOEBDUPST i5IFNPWJFTUBSTBSFBDDFTTJCMF wTBJE "The movie stars are accessible," said Ken Eisen, programmer of the festival ,FO&JTFO QSPHSBNNFSPGUIFGFTUJWBM that runs this Friday to July 24 at RailUIBUSVOTUIJT'SJEBZUP+VMZBU3BJM road Square Cinema and Colby College in SPBE4RVBSF$JOFNBBOE$PMCZ$PMMFHFJO Waterville. "You're not going to have them 8BUFSWJMMFi:PVSFOPUHPJOHUPIBWFUIFN over for dinner, but it demystifies them. PWFSGPSEJOOFS CVUJUEFNZTUJmFTUIFN They are wonderful people, and all the 5IFZBSFXPOEFSGVMQFPQMF BOEBMMUIF glamour and phoniness is taken away." HMBNPVSBOEQIPOJOFTTJTUBLFOBXBZw It's not necessary to be a cinephile or *UTOPUOFDFTTBSZUPCFBDJOFQIJMFPS have an encyclopedic knowledge of films IBWFBOFODZDMPQFEJDLOPXMFEHFPGmMNT to attend. UPBUUFOE "You just have to enjoy movies. This is i:PVKVTUIBWFUPFOKPZNPWJFT5IJTJT an event for anyone in central Maine," BOFWFOUGPSBOZPOFJODFOUSBM.BJOF w Eisen said. &JTFOTBJE This year, though, festival director Shan5IJTZFBS UIPVHI GFTUJWBMEJSFDUPS4IBO non Haines strongly encourages fans who OPO)BJOFTTUSPOHMZFODPVSBHFTGBOTXIP want up-close access and interaction with XBOUVQDMPTFBDDFTTBOEJOUFSBDUJPOXJUI industry standouts and up-and-comers to JOEVTUSZTUBOEPVUTBOEVQBOEDPNFSTUP purchase tickets online as soon as posQVSDIBTFUJDLFUTPOMJOFBTTPPOBTQPT sible and arrive early at screenings. Seats TJCMFBOEBSSJWFFBSMZBUTDSFFOJOHT4FBUT will be at a premium. XJMMCFBUBQSFNJVN Railroad Square Cinema's three screens 3BJMSPBE4RVBSF$JOFNBTUISFFTDSFFOT will be used, as usual, but the Waterville XJMMCFVTFE BTVTVBM CVUUIF8BUFSWJMMF Opera House, which seats 960, is under0QFSB)PVTF XIJDITFBUT JTVOEFS going renovations and is not available. HPJOHSFOPWBUJPOTBOEJTOPUBWBJMBCMF Instead, Colby College's 341-seat Given Au*OTUFBE $PMCZ$PMMFHFTTFBU(JWFO"V

@= >F ;/7<37<B3@</B7=</:47:;43AB7D/: MAINE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL E63<(4`WROgb]8cZg " WHEN: Friday to July 24 E63@3(@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S1W\S[O% WHERE: Railroad Square Cinema, 17 @OWZ`]ORA_cO`SEObS`dWZZS)5WdS\ Railroad Square, Waterville; Given /cRWb]`Wc[1]ZPg1]ZZSUS#$ Auditorium, Colby College, 5600 ;OgĂ&#x20AC;]eS`6WZZEObS`dWZZS)O\R Mayflower Hill, Waterville; and AY]eVSUO\2`WdS7\ EObS`dWZZS Skowhegan Drive-In, 201 Waterville @]ORAY]eVSUO\ Road, Skowhegan 6=E;C16('^S`ÂżZ[ HOW MUCH: $9 per film ($12T]`a^SQWOZ for special SdS\ba)&#^O`bWOZTSabWdOZ^Oaab] events); $85 partial festival pass to SdS\baOR[Wbabe]^S]^ZS^S` 10 events (admits two people per aQ`SS\W\U) TcZZTSabWdOZ^Oaa screening); $200 full festival pass OR[Wba]\S^S`a]\b]OZZ^cPZWQ (admits one person to all public TSabWdOZSdS\ba festival events) 7<4=(&$&!&)[WTT]`U INFO: 861-8138;

EJUPSJVNXJMMUBLFUIFPQFSBIPVTFTQMBDF ditorium will take the opera house's place. .BMDPMN.D%PXFMM UIFGFTUJWBMT Malcolm McDowell, the festival's 2011 .JE-JGF"DIJFWFNFOU"XBSEIPOPSFF  Mid-Life Achievement Award honoree, XJMMCFGSPOUBOEDFOUFSBU(JWFO"VEJUP will be front and center at Given AuditoSJVNBUQN4BUVSEBZUPQJDLVQIJTDVT rium at 6 p.m. Saturday to pick up his custom-made Maine Moose award designed UPNNBEF.BJOF.PPTFBXBSEEFTJHOFE by Haines' mother, Laurel McLeod. As CZ)BJOFTNPUIFS -BVSFM.D-FPE"T part of the ceremony, McDowell's 1973 QBSUPGUIFDFSFNPOZ .D%PXFMMT film "0 Lucky Man!" will be shown. mMNi0-VDLZ.BOwXJMMCFTIPXO Several more of the prolific actor's films 4FWFSBMNPSFPGUIFQSPMJmDBDUPSTmMNT will be screened during the festival. XJMMCFTDSFFOFEEVSJOHUIFGFTUJWBM )BJOFTBOE&JTFOBSFQBSUJDVMBSMZ Haines and Eisen are particularly

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UPCFUIFNBOXIPLJMMFE/JDIPMBT**BOE to be the man who killed Nicholas II and UIFSPZBMGBNJMZ the royal family. "It's amazing! The history is amazing, i*UTBNB[JOH5IFIJTUPSZJTBNB[JOH  UPPJUXBTNBEFSJHIUBGUFSUIF #FSMJO  too; it was made right after the (Berlin) XBMMDBNFEPXO w.D%PXFMMTBJEi5IF wall came down," McDowell said. "The director's father had access to KGB EJSFDUPSTGBUIFSIBEBDDFTTUP,(# SFDPSET LOFXUIFSFBMTUPSZ*UTBCSJMMJBOU records, knew the real story. It's a brilliant film that no one's seen. You can't get it, mMNUIBUOPPOFTTFFO:PVDBOUHFUJU  JUTOPUPO%7%*UIBTGBOT CVUIBTOU it's not on DVD. It has fans, but hasn't been seen, so I thought this would be an CFFOTFFO TP*UIPVHIUUIJTXPVMECFBO opportunity to share it." PQQPSUVOJUZUPTIBSFJUw The last of his films showing at MIFF 5IFMBTUPGIJTmMNTTIPXJOHBU.*'' is the campy sci-fi comedy "Tank Girl" JTUIFDBNQZTDJmDPNFEZi5BOL(JSMw (1995), in which he plays a post-apocalyp  JOXIJDIIFQMBZTBQPTUBQPDBMZQ tic villain versus Lori Petty's titular punk UJDWJMMBJOWFSTVT-PSJ1FUUZTUJUVMBSQVOL heroine (and her mutant kangaroo army). IFSPJOF BOEIFSNVUBOULBOHBSPPBSNZ  While McDowell seemed momentarily 8IJMF.D%PXFMMTFFNFENPNFOUBSJMZ surprised at its inclusion, he agreed that TVSQSJTFEBUJUTJODMVTJPO IFBHSFFEUIBU screening it at the Skowhegan Drive-In TDSFFOJOHJUBUUIF4LPXIFHBO%SJWF*O was just right. "It's meant to be seen at XBTKVTUSJHIUi*UTNFBOUUPCFTFFOBU a drive-in. That's a very good way to put BESJWFJO5IBUTBWFSZHPPEXBZUPQVU that." UIBUw Not that McDowell is ashamed of the /PUUIBU.D%PXFMMJTBTIBNFEPGUIF work. Quite the contrary - he considers XPSL2VJUFUIFDPOUSBSZoIFDPOTJEFST such roles to be great fun. TVDISPMFTUPCFHSFBUGVO "It's fun to play parts like that occasioni*UTGVOUPQMBZQBSUTMJLFUIBUPDDBTJPO ally," he said. "The secret to playing a BMMZ wIFTBJEi5IFTFDSFUUPQMBZJOHB villain is not to play them as bad; that's WJMMBJOJTOPUUPQMBZUIFNBTCBEUIBUT too one-dimensional and boring. If you UPPPOFEJNFOTJPOBMBOECPSJOH*GZPV can play them with a certain amount of DBOQMBZUIFNXJUIBDFSUBJOBNPVOUPG charm, it's better. A film's only as good as DIBSN JUTCFUUFS"mMNTPOMZBTHPPEBT the heavy. UIFIFBWZ "I used to joke I get six scenes to make i*VTFEUPKPLF*HFUTJYTDFOFTUPNBLF the whole world hate me. If I had a choice, UIFXIPMFXPSMEIBUFNF*G*IBEBDIPJDF  I would choose the heavy every time - you *XPVMEDIPPTFUIFIFBWZFWFSZUJNFoZPV don't have to be there until dawn, there EPOUIBWFUPCFUIFSFVOUJMEBXO UIFSF are usually some good scenes and a great BSFVTVBMMZTPNFHPPETDFOFTBOEBHSFBU death." EFBUIw

"0 LUCKY MAN!" (1973) - Surrealist musical is an anti-capitalist odyssey about µ=:C19G;/<¶'%!³Ac``SOZWab[caWQOZWaO\O\bWQO^WbOZWab]RgaaSgOP]cb a coffee salesman who steps out into the world of business armed only with OQ]TTSSaOZSa[O\eV]abS^a]cbW\b]bVSe]`ZR]TPcaW\SaaO`[SR]\ZgeWbV a smile, an apple, a magic suit and his ambition. Screening accompanied Oa[WZSO\O^^ZSO[OUWQacWbO\RVWaO[PWbW]\AQ`SS\W\UOQQ][^O\WSR by presentation of the Mid-Life Achievement Award. 6 p.m. Saturday. Given Pg^`SaS\bObW]\]TbVS;WR:WTS/QVWSdS[S\b/eO`R$^[AObc`ROg5WdS\ Whales of August." (Trivia note: Davis 8IBMFTPG"VHVTUw 5SJWJBOPUF%BWJT Auditorium, Colby College, Waterville. $12. /cRWb]`Wc[1]ZPg1]ZZSUSEObS`dWZZS  also had an affinity for Maine, having lived BMTPIBEBOBGmOJUZGPS.BJOF IBWJOHMJWFE "A CLOCKWORK ORANGE" (1971) - McDowell gives an unforgettable performance µ/1:=19E=@9=@/<53¶'%³;Q2]eSZZUWdSaO\c\T]`USbbOPZS^S`T]`[O\QS in Cape Elizabeth in the 1950s.) It's clear JO$BQF&MJ[BCFUIJOUIFT *UTDMFBS as Alex, the narrating anti-hero in Stanley Kubrick's futuristic masterpiece IFTUJMMMPWFTUIFNPWJFT BOEMPWFTUPUBML he still loves the movies, and loves to talk Oa/ZSfbVS\O``ObW\UO\bWVS`]W\AbO\ZSg9cP`WQY¸aTcbc`WabWQ[OabS`^WSQS about a young punk reconditioned by the society that created him. 2:45 OP]cbOg]c\U^c\Y`SQ]\RWbW]\SRPgbVSa]QWSbgbVObQ`SObSRVW[ ("# about them. BCPVUUIFN Saturday; 9:15 p.m. Sunday, both at Given Auditorium. $9. AObc`ROg)'(#^[Ac\ROgP]bVOb5WdS\/cRWb]`Wc[' "OEXIJMFIJTDBSFFSSVOTUIFHBNVU And while his career runs the gamut "ASSASSIN OF THE TSAR" (1991) - McDowell plays a schizophrenic patient in a µ/AA/AA7<=4B63BA/@¶''³;Q2]eSZZ^ZOgaOaQVWh]^V`S\WQ^ObWS\bW\O from classic ("A Clockwork Orange") to GSPNDMBTTJD i"$MPDLXPSL0SBOHFw UP Russian hospital who is convinced he was the man who executed Nicholas II @caaWO\V]a^WbOZeV]WaQ]\dW\QSRVSeOabVS[O\eV]SfSQcbSR<WQV]ZOa77 OPUPSJPVT i$BMJHVMBw UPUIFyXFMM  notorious ("Caligula"), to the ... well, and the royal family during the Russian Revolution in 1918. 12:15 p.m. Sunday, (#^[Ac\ROg questionable ("Firestarter 2: Rekindled"), O\RbVS`]gOZTO[WZgRc`W\UbVS@caaWO\@Sd]ZcbW]\W\'& RVFTUJPOBCMF i'JSFTUBSUFS3FLJOEMFEw  Railroad Square Cinema, Waterville. $9. @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S1W\S[OEObS`dWZZS' McDowell has never been left wanting for .D%PXFMMIBTOFWFSCFFOMFGUXBOUJOHGPS "NEVER APOLOGIZE" (2007) - Celebration of director Lindsay Anderson is µ<3D3@/>=:=57H3¶ %³1SZSP`ObW]\]TRW`SQb]`:W\RaOg/\RS`a]\Wa work in the entertainment industry. XPSLJOUIFFOUFSUBJONFOUJOEVTUSZ a unique hybrid of film, theater and literature that combines McDowell's Oc\W_cSVgP`WR]T¿Z[bVSObS`O\RZWbS`Obc`SbVObQ][PW\Sa;Q2]eSZZ¸a Since his big-screen debut in "If...." 4JODFIJTCJHTDSFFOEFCVUJOi*Gyw reminiscences with his readings of pieces written by and about his friend and (1968), he's done everything from playing `S[W\WaQS\QSaeWbVVWa`SORW\Ua]T^WSQSae`WbbS\PgO\ROP]cbVWaT`WS\RO\R  IFTEPOFFWFSZUIJOHGSPNQMBZJOH mentor. 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Given Auditorium. $9. [S\b]`$(!^[Ac\ROg5WdS\/cRWb]`Wc[' leads in feature films to scene-stealing MFBETJOGFBUVSFmMNTUPTDFOFTUFBMJOH "TANK GIRL" (1995) - Based on an edgy comic book about a girl who likes to µB/<957@:¶''#³0OaSR]\O\SRUgQ][WQP]]YOP]cbOUW`ZeV]ZWYSab] villains on television's "Heroes," voiceWJMMBJOTPOUFMFWJTJPOTi)FSPFT wWPJDF wear skimpy clothing and blow things up. McDowell plays the villain. 8:30 p.m. eSO`aYW[^gQZ]bVW\UO\RPZ]ebVW\Uac^;Q2]eSZZ^ZOgabVSdWZZOW\&(!^[ overs on animated films and TV shows, PWFSTPOBOJNBUFEmMNTBOE57TIPXT  July 21, Skowhegan Drive-In. $6. 8cZg AY]eVSUO\2`WdS7\$ and even a live-action role in the "Wing BOEFWFOBMJWFBDUJPOSPMFJOUIFi8JOH WHAT ELSE: A party for McDowell will be held at 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Apollo's E6/B3:A3(/^O`bgT]`;Q2]eSZZeWZZPSVSZROb'(!^[AObc`ROgOb/^]ZZ]¸a Commander" video-game franchise. $PNNBOEFSwWJEFPHBNFGSBODIJTF Bistro, 91 Silver St., Waterville. 0Wab`]'AWZdS`AbEObS`dWZZS His fans can watch him currently on a )JTGBOTDBOXBUDIIJNDVSSFOUMZPOB INFO: 861-8138; 7<4=(&$&!&)[WTT]`U new TNT television show, "Franklin and OFX5/5UFMFWJTJPOTIPX i'SBOLMJOBOE Bash," at 9 p.m. Wednesdays. He plays #BTI wBUQN8FEOFTEBZT)FQMBZT Stanton Infeld, patriarch of Infeld Daniels, 4UBOUPO*OGFME QBUSJBSDIPG*OGFME%BOJFMT  one of the top law firms in Los Angeles. "Never Apologize" concludes with McMcDowell posited that the film remains "a .D%PXFMMQPTJUFEUIBUUIFmMNSFNBJOTiB i/FWFS"QPMPHJ[FwDPODMVEFTXJUI.D POFPGUIFUPQMBXmSNTJO-PT"OHFMFT But of all his work, McDowell is especial- %PXFMMSFFOBDUJOHBEFBUICFEDPOWFSTB Dowell re-enacting a deathbed conversa- SJUFPGQBTTBHFGPSZPVOHQFPQMF*OSFUSP rite of passage for young people. In retro#VUPGBMMIJTXPSL .D%PXFMMJTFTQFDJBM ly proud that the MIFF is showing "Never UJPOCFUXFFO"OEFSTPOBOEMFHFOEBSZ tion between Anderson and legendary spect, the political element of government TQFDU UIFQPMJUJDBMFMFNFOUPGHPWFSONFOU MZQSPVEUIBUUIF.*''JTTIPXJOHi/FWFS Apologize," the utterly winning, funny and mMNNBLFSBOE1PSUMBOEOBUJWF+PIO'PSE  being big brother, taking over our lives filmmaker and Portland native John Ford, CFJOHCJHCSPUIFS UBLJOHPWFSPVSMJWFT "QPMPHJ[F wUIFVUUFSMZXJOOJOH GVOOZBOE heartwarming film of the one-man show about whom McDowell stressed, "there - young people can totally still get that. oZPVOHQFPQMFDBOUPUBMMZTUJMMHFUUIBU BCPVUXIPN.D%PXFMMTUSFTTFE iUIFSF IFBSUXBSNJOHmMNPGUIFPOFNBOTIPX he performed about Anderson. are many great directors, but very few po- #VUUIFSFBMQPJHOBOUCJUJTUIFGSFFEPNPG But the real poignant bit is the freedom of BSFNBOZHSFBUEJSFDUPST CVUWFSZGFXQP IFQFSGPSNFEBCPVU"OEFSTPO "Lindsay was an extraordinary talent, ets. John Ford was both. So was Lindsay." DIPJDFUIBUTXIZJUIBTOUEBUFEw choice; that's why it hasn't dated." FUT+PIO'PSEXBTCPUI4PXBT-JOETBZw i-JOETBZXBTBOFYUSBPSEJOBSZUBMFOU  and man," said McDowell warmly. "I had Of course, no celebration of McDowell's McDowell is also excited that festival-go.D%PXFMMJTBMTPFYDJUFEUIBUGFTUJWBMHP 0GDPVSTF OPDFMFCSBUJPOPG.D%PXFMMT BOENBO wTBJE.D%PXFMMXBSNMZi*IBE ers will get the opportunity to see another the feeling that people were beginning to XPSLXPVMECFDPNQMFUFXJUIPVU,V work would be complete without KuFSTXJMMHFUUIFPQQPSUVOJUZUPTFFBOPUIFS UIFGFFMJOHUIBUQFPQMFXFSFCFHJOOJOHUP little-known film, 1991's "Assassin of the forget Lindsay, and I was very dismayed. CSJDLTi"$MPDLXPSL0SBOHFw  IJT brick's "A Clockwork Orange" (1971), his MJUUMFLOPXOmMN Ti"TTBTTJOPGUIF GPSHFU-JOETBZ BOE*XBTWFSZEJTNBZFE When you look at his films ('If....' '0 Lucky NPTUGBNPVTmMN BOEPOFXIJDI.D%PX most famous film, and one which McDow- 5TBS wXIJDIIFSFDPNNFOEFEUPUIF Tsar," which he recommended to the 8IFOZPVMPPLBUIJTmMNT A*GA0-VDLZ Man!' 'This Sporting Life' with Richard ell said "can take care of itself." MIFF directors. In the Russian-made .*''EJSFDUPST*OUIF3VTTJBONBEF FMMTBJEiDBOUBLFDBSFPGJUTFMGw .BOA5IJT4QPSUJOH-JGFXJUI3JDIBSE Dennis Perkins is a freelance writer who lives in 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Harris), he's as important a director as Asked about the enduring popularity of film, McDowell plays a modern-day menmMN .D%PXFMMQMBZTBNPEFSOEBZNFO "TLFEBCPVUUIFFOEVSJOHQPQVMBSJUZPG )BSSJT IFTBTJNQPSUBOUBEJSFDUPSBT Portland. Stanley Kubrick, if not more so." "Clockwork" with successive generations, UBMJOTUJUVUJPOJONBUFXIPCFMJFWFTIJNTFMG tal institution inmate who believes himself >]`bZO\R i$MPDLXPSLwXJUITVDDFTTJWFHFOFSBUJPOT  4UBOMFZ,VCSJDL JGOPUNPSFTPw

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at Railroad Square Ob@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S "The Quiet Man" - Archival print of John Ford's 1952 ÂľBVS?cWSb;O\œ³/`QVWdOZ^`W\b]T8]V\4]`R¸a'# Irish masterpiece. 6:30 p.m. July 21, Given 7`WaV[OabS`^WSQS$(!^[8cZg 5WdS\ "Dreaming the Quiet Man" - Documentary about Âľ2`SO[W\UbVS?cWSb;O\œ³2]Qc[S\bO`gOP]cb Continued from Page E36 SHORT FILMS :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3!$ A6=@B47:;A Portland native John Ford and the making of his most >]`bZO\R\ObWdS8]V\4]`RO\RbVS[OYW\U]TVWa[]ab Ends in Themselves - Retrospective program of short, 3\RaW\BVS[aSZdSaÂł@Sb`]a^SQbWdS^`]U`O[]TaV]`b personal film. 6 p.m. July 23, Railroad Square ^S`a]\OZÂżZ[$^[8cZg !@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S "Quill" - Japanese tale of a white Lab who slowly Âľ?cWZZœ³8O^O\SaSbOZS]TOeVWbS:OPeV]aZ]eZg personal films by independent filmmakers. 9:15 p.m. ^S`a]\OZÂżZ[aPgW\RS^S\RS\bÂżZ[[OYS`a'(#^[ "Taxi Driver" - Restored 35mm print of Martin ScorseÂľBOfW2`WdS`œ³@Sab]`SR!#[[^`W\b]T;O`bW\AQ]`aS learns to be a guide dog and is sent to live with a lonely ZSO`\ab]PSOUcWRSR]UO\RWaaS\bb]ZWdSeWbVOZ]\SZg Wednesday; 3 p.m. July 23, both at Railroad Square ESR\SaROg)!^[8cZg !P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S se's 1976 masterpiece about the bloody redemption of aS¸a'%$[OabS`^WSQSOP]cbbVSPZ]]Rg`SRS[^bW]\]T and ill-tempered man. 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Railroad O\RWZZbS[^S`SR[O\!(!^[ESR\SaROg@OWZ`]OR Maine Shorts Showcase - New Maine-made shorts in;OW\SAV]`baAV]eQOaSÂł<Se;OW\SRSaV]`baW\ an alienated New York cabbie. 3:30 p.m. Sunday; 9 p.m. O\OZWS\ObSR<SeG]`YQOPPWS!(!^[Ac\ROg)'^[ Square; 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Given; 6:30 p.m. July 23, A_cO`S)!(!^[BcSaROg5WdS\)$(!^[8cZg ! volving everything from lobstering to dying teeth. 9:15 d]ZdW\USdS`gbVW\UT`][Z]PabS`W\Ub]RgW\UbSSbV'(# Monday, both at Given ;]\ROgP]bVOb5WdS\ Railroad Square @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S p.m. Saturday, 6:15 p.m. July 23, both at Railroad Square ^[AObc`ROg$(#^[8cZg !P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S "World on a Wire" - Restoration premiere of a previÂľE]`ZR]\OEW`Sœ³@Sab]`ObW]\^`S[WS`S]TO^`SdW "Salvation Boulevard" - Pierce Brosnan, Jennifer ÂľAOZdObW]\0]cZSdO`Rœ³>WS`QS0`]a\O\8S\\WTS` Shorts of the Americas For the first time, MIFF presAV]`ba]TbVS/[S`WQOaÂł4]`bVSÂż`abbW[S;744^`Sa ously unknown 1973 sci-fi epic from German director ]caZgc\Y\]e\'%!aQWÂżS^WQT`][5S`[O\RW`SQb]` Connelly, Ed Harris, Greg Kinnear and Marisa Tomei star 1]\\SZZg3R6O``Wa5`SU9W\\SO`O\R;O`WaOB][SWabO` ents an innovative selection of, for the most part, longer Rainer Werner Fassbinder. 6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Given S\baO\W\\]dObWdSaSZSQbW]\]TT]`bVS[]ab^O`bZ]\US` @OW\S`ES`\S`4OaaPW\RS`$("#^[ESR\SaROg5WdS\ in an offbeat story about a charismatic preacher and W\O\]TTPSObab]`gOP]cbOQVO`Wa[ObWQ^`SOQVS`O\R short films from the U.S. and this hemisphere. 9:30 p.m. Courtesy MIFF aV]`bÂżZ[aT`][bVSCAO\RbVWaVS[Wa^VS`S'(!^[ 1]c`bSag;744 the loyal member of his flock who helps him after the bVSZ]gOZ[S[PS`]TVWaĂ&#x20AC;]QYeV]VSZ^aVW[OTbS`bVS Sunday; 3:15 p.m. July 24, both at Railroad Square Ac\ROg)!(#^[8cZg "P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S "Higher Ground," about a spiritual Âľ6WUVS`5`]c\RÂśOP]cbOa^W`WbcOZ SPECIAL GUEST: MARY LAMPSON A>317/:5C3AB(;/@G:/;>A=< pastor finds himself in a compromising situation. 9 p.m. ^Oab]`Âż\RaVW[aSZTW\OQ][^`][WaW\UaWbcObW]\'^[ World Shorts - New shorts from Australia, Syria, MoE]`ZRAV]`baÂł<SeaV]`baT`][/cab`OZWOAg`WO;] community, is actress Vera Farmiga's Q][[c\WbgWaOQb`SaaDS`O4O`[WUO¸a Lampson, whose work has helped shape key documen:O[^a]\eV]aSe]`YVOaVSZ^SRaVO^SYSgR]Qc[S\ Tuesday, Given; 6:30 p.m. July 21, Railroad Square BcSaROg5WdS\)$(!^[8cZg @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S rocco, Bermuda, South Korea and the Netherlands. `]QQ]0S`[cROA]cbV9]`SOO\RbVS<SbVS`ZO\Ra directorial debut. RW`SQb]`WOZRSPcb taries such as the Oscar winner "Harlan County U.S.A.," bO`WSaacQVOabVS=aQO`eW\\S`Âľ6O`ZO\1]c\bgCA/Âś "Sarah's Key" - The story of an American journalist ÂľAO`OV¸a9Sgœ³BVSab]`g]TO\/[S`WQO\X]c`\OZWab 3 p.m. July 22;)'^[8cZg 9 p.m. July 23, both at Railroad Square !^[8cZg !P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S and director Anne Makepeace present: O\RRW`SQb]`/\\S;OYS^SOQS^`SaS\b( living in Paris, whose research for an article about the ZWdW\UW\>O`WaeV]aS`SaSO`QVT]`O\O`bWQZSOP]cbbVS Maine Student Film and Video Festival - Featuring "An Uncommon Curiosity: At Home and in Nature with ;OW\SAbcRS\b4WZ[O\RDWRS]4SabWdOZÂł4SObc`W\U "We Still Live Here (As Nutayunean)" - Documentary ÂľESAbWZZ:WdS6S`S/a<cbOgc\SO\œ³2]Qc[S\bO`g Âľ/\C\Q][[]\1c`W]aWbg(/b6][SO\RW\<Obc`SeWbV 1942 aSWhc`S]T8SeWaVTO[WZWSabc`\aVS`e]`ZRc^aWRS seizure of Jewish families turns her world upside '" work from K-12abcRS\baT`][OQ`]aabVSabObSDWaWb students from across the state. Visit e]`YT`][9 Bernd Heinrich" - Documentary about a Mainer, one of tells the amazing story of the return of the Wampanoag bSZZabVSO[OhW\Uab]`g]TbVS`Sbc`\]TbVSEO[^O\]OU 0S`\R6SW\`WQVœ³2]Qc[S\bO`gOP]cbO;OW\S`]\S]T down. 6:30 p.m. Wednesday; 9 p.m. July 21, both at R]e\$(!^[ESR\SaROg)'^[8cZg P]bVOb for more information. 12:30 p.m. July 23, [aTdTQ][T]`[]`SW\T]`[ObW]\ (!^[8cZg ! the world's most insightful biologists, over the course language, the first time a language with no native ZO\UcOUSbVSÂż`abbW[SOZO\UcOUSeWbV\]\ObWdS bVSe]`ZR¸a[]abW\aWUVbTcZPW]Z]UWaba]dS`bVSQ]c`aS Railroad Square @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S Railroad Square @OWZ`]ORA_cO`S of a year as he shares his ideas about nature, science, speakers has been revived in this country. 6:15 p.m. July a^SOYS`aVOaPSS\`SdWdSRW\bVWaQ]c\b`g$(#^[8cZg ]TOgSO`OaVSaVO`SaVWaWRSOaOP]cb\Obc`SaQWS\QS "Scott Camil Will Not Die" - Documentary about a ÂľAQ]bb1O[WZEWZZ<]b2WSœ³2]Qc[S\bO`gOP]cbO art, beauty and writing. 3:30 p.m. July 23; p.m. July 21; p.m. July 24, both at Railroad Square )12:30 (!^[8cZg "P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S O`bPSOcbgO\Re`WbW\U!(!^[8cZg !)12:15 (#^[8cZg peace activist, educator and Vietnam War veteran who ^SOQSOQbWdWabSRcQOb]`O\RDWSb\O[EO`dSbS`O\eV] REDISCOVERY SECTION @327A1=D3@GA31B7=< 24, both at Railroad Square "P]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S struggles with the psychological traumas of war and ab`cUUZSaeWbVbVS^agQV]Z]UWQOZb`Oc[Oa]TeO`O\R "The City" and "A Bronx Morning" - These two films, ÂľBVS1WbgÂśO\RÂľ/0`]\f;]`\W\Uœ³BVSaSbe]ÂżZ[a "Windfall" - When a corporation offers to revitalize a SPECIAL GUEST: KAREN YOUNG A>317/:5C3AB(9/@3<G=C<5 ÂľEW\RTOZZœ³EVS\OQ]`^]`ObW]\]TTS`ab]`SdWbOZWhSO refuses to be silenced. 9 p.m. Monday; 3 p.m. July 21, `STcaSab]PSaWZS\QSR'^[;]\ROg)!^[8cZg  shown here in rarely seen 35mm prints, are "city aV]e\VS`SW\`O`SZgaSS\!#[[^`W\baO`SÂľQWbg New York farm town with a "green" industry, residents <SeG]`YTO`[b]e\eWbVOÂľU`SS\ÂśW\Rcab`g`SaWRS\ba both at Railroad Square "The Green" - A gay high school drama teacher is acP]bVOb@OWZ`]ORA_cO`S ÂľBVS5`SS\œ³/UOgVWUVaQV]]ZR`O[ObSOQVS`WaOQ symphonies" from an era brimming with energy, hope, ag[^V]\WSaÂśT`][O\S`OP`W[[W\UeWbVS\S`UgV]^S believe they have found the solution to their economic PSZWSdSbVSgVOdST]c\RbVSa]ZcbW]\b]bVSW`SQ]\][WQ "Silent Souls" - After his wife dies, a man asks his best cused of engaging in inappropriate behavior with one ÂľAWZS\bA]cZaœ³/TbS`VWaeWTSRWSaO[O\OaYaVWaPSab QcaSR]TS\UOUW\UW\W\O^^`]^`WObSPSVOdW]`eWbV]\S humanism and urban planning possibilities. Followed Vc[O\Wa[O\Rc`PO\^ZO\\W\U^]aaWPWZWbWSa4]ZZ]eSR problems, but opposition develops as they learn more ^`]PZS[aPcb]^^]aWbW]\RSdSZ]^aOabVSgZSO`\[]`S friend to help him say goodbye according to the rituals of his students. Young plays the boy's recovering addict T`WS\Rb]VSZ^VW[aOgU]]RPgSOQQ]`RW\Ub]bVS`WbcOZa ]TVWaabcRS\baG]c\U^ZOgabVSP]g¸a`SQ]dS`W\UORRWQb by a guided tour of the American Modern exhibition PgOUcWRSRb]c`]TbVS/[S`WQO\;]RS`\SfVWPWbW]\ about the huge wind turbines. 6:30 p.m. Friday; 3:30 OP]cbbVSVcUSeW\Rbc`PW\Sa$(!^[4`WROg)!(! of Merja culture. 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CLASSICAL MUSIC N#,!33)#!,-53)# TODAY 4/$!9 4IMEFOR4HREE STRINGTRIO WITH#URTISON4OUR Time for Three, string trio, with Curtis on Tour, PERFORMING-ENDELSSOHNSh/CTET v2OCKPORT performing Mendelssohn's "Octet," Rockport Opera House. $30 to $45; $8 for students. /PERA(OUSETOFORSTUDENTS 8 p.m. BAYCHAMBERCONCERTSORGPM "OWDOIN)NTERNATIONAL-USIC&ESTIVAL!RTISTS Bowdoin International Music Festival: Artists OF4OMORROW STUDENTCONCERTSERIES "OWDOIN of Tomorrow, student concert series, Bowdoin College (Studzinski Recital Hall), Brunswick. #OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL(ALL "RUNSWICK $10/donation. 725-3895. 6:30 p.m. today; noon DONATION PMTODAYNOON &RIDAYPM4UESDAYAND*ULY4HROUGH Friday; 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and July 21. Through Aug. 24. !UG FRIDAY &2)$!9 +NEISEL(ALL#HAMBER-USIC&ESTIVAL WORKS Kneisel Hall Chamber Music Festival, works by Beethoven, Debussy, Schubert, Shapey and BY"EETHOVEN $EBUSSY 3CHUBERT 3HAPEYAND Mendelssohn; Kneisel Hall, Blue Hill. $20 to $30. -ENDELSSOHN+NEISEL(ALL "LUE(ILLTO 374-2203. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Sunday.  PM&RIDAYAND3UNDAY Bowdoin International Music Festival: Festival "OWDOIN)NTERNATIONAL-USIC&ESTIVAL&ESTIVAL Fridays, faculty and guest artists perform Mozart. &RIDAYS FACULTYANDGUESTARTISTSPERFORM-OZART Liszt and Brahms; Crooker Theater, Brunswick ,ISZTAND"RAHMS#ROOKER4HEATER "RUNSWICK High School. $40 to $50. 725-3895. 7:30 p.m. (IGH3CHOOLTO PM Through Aug. 5. 4HROUGH!UG "Cafe Vienna," world premiere of opera by h#AFE6IENNA vWORLDPREMIEREOFOPERABY PORTOpera's Young Artists; Merrill Hall, Nordica 0/24/PERAS9OUNG!RTISTS-ERRILL(ALL .ORDICA Auditorium, University of Maine at Farmington. !UDITORIUM 5NIVERSITYOF-AINEAT&ARMINGTON $12; free for UMF students and ages 16 and FREEFOR5-&STUDENTSANDAGESAND younger, 7:30 p.m. YOUNGERPORTOPERAORGPM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, stringed 3EBAGO ,ONG,AKE-USIC&ESTIVAL STRINGED instruments and flute, SkyeTheatre Performing Arts INSTRUMENTSANDmUTE 3KYE4HEATRE0ERFORMING!RTS Center, South Carthage. $15. 562-4445. 7 p.m. #ENTER 3OUTH#ARTHAGE PM MONDAY -/.$!9 Bowdoin International Music Festival: Monday "OWDOIN)NTERNATIONAL-USIC&ESTIVAL-ONDAY Sonatas, festival artists perform solo sonatas 3ONATAS FESTIVALARTISTSPERFORMSOLOSONATAS and duets by Beethoven, Brahms and Mozart, ANDDUETSBY"EETHOVEN "RAHMSAND-OZART Bowdoin College (Studzinski Recital Hall), "OWDOIN#OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL(ALL Brunswick. $30. 725-3895. 7:30 p.m. Through "RUNSWICK PM4HROUGH Aug. 1. !UG TUESDAY 45%3$!9 The Best of the Met: Live in HD Encore Series, 4HE"ESTOFTHE-ET,IVEIN($%NCORE3ERIES screening of Donizetti's "La Fille du Regiment," SCREENINGOF$ONIZETTISh,A&ILLEDU2EGIMENT v Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. $20. 563-3424. ,INCOLN4HEATER $AMARISCOTTA  7:30 p.m. PM Sebago Long Lake Music Festival: Tuesday Night 3EBAGO,ONG,AKE-USIC&ESTIVAL4UESDAY.IGHT Concerts, flutist Susan Rotholz performs "Voice #ONCERTS mUTIST3USAN2OTHOLZPERFORMSh6OICE of the Whale" by American composer George OFTHE7HALEvBY!MERICANCOMPOSER'EORGE Crumb, Deertrees Theatre, Harrison. $20. 583#RUMB $EERTREES4HEATRE (ARRISON 6747. 7:30 p.m. Through Aug. 9. PM4HROUGH!UG Maine Pro Musica Orchestra, performs Vivaldi's -AINE0RO-USICA/RCHESTRA PERFORMS6IVALDIS "Four Seasons" and Astor Piazzolla's "Four h&OUR3EASONSvAND!STOR0IAZZOLLASh&OUR Seasons," Strand Theatre, Rockland. $25. 5943EASONS v3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND 0070. 7:30 p.m. PM Summer Organ Concert Series, Andrea Printy 3UMMER/RGAN#ONCERT3ERIES !NDREA0RINTY Thomas plays a 883 Hutchings-Plaisted organ, 4HOMASPLAYSA(UTCHINGS 0LAISTEDORGAN First Parish Church United Church of Christ, &IRST0ARISH#HURCH5NITED#HURCHOF#HRIST Brunswick. $5/donation. 729-7331. Noon. "RUNSWICKDONATION .OON Through Aug. 9. 4HROUGH!UG WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Met Summer Live in HD Encore Series, screening -ET3UMMER,IVEIN($%NCORE3ERIES SCREENING of Puccini's "Tosca," Fryeburg Academy (Leura OF0UCCINISh4OSCA v&RYEBURG!CADEMY,EURA Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center), Fryeburg. 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3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY Saturday; 3 p.m. Sunday. h7AITINGFOR'ODOT v3AMUEL"ECKETTPLAY "Waiting for Godot," Samuel Beckett play about two men conversing while waiting for ABOUTTWOMENCONVERSINGWHILEWAITINGFOR a third man, presented in repertory by Fenix ATHIRDMAN PRESENTEDINREPERTORYBY&ENIX 4HEATRE#O $EERING/AKS0ARK 0ORTLAND&REE Theatre Co., Deering Oaks Park, Portland. Free. 6:30 p.m. Friday and July 21. FENIXTHEATRECOMPM&RIDAYAND*ULY Through Aug. 12. 4HROUGH!UG "Much Ado About Nothing," Shakespeare comedy h-UCH!DO!BOUT.OTHING v3HAKESPEARECOMEDY in repertory, Stonington Opera House. $15 to INREPERTORY 3TONINGTON/PERA(OUSETO $32.50. 7 p.m. Saturday. OPERAHOUSEARTSORGPM3ATURDAY "Polymorphously Perverse," Dirty Dishes h0OLYMORPHOUSLY0ERVERSE v$IRTY$ISHES Burlesque Revue production of dance, skits, "URLESQUE2EVUEPRODUCTIONOFDANCE SKITS COMEDY STRIPTEASEANDSONG  PLUS3PACE comedy, striptease and song, 18-plus; Space 'ALLERY 0ORTLANDINADVANCEATDOOR Gallery, Portland. $9 in advance; $11 at door. 7 p.m. Saturday. SPACEORGPM3ATURDAY Naked Shakespeare North, Bard performances .AKED3HAKESPEARE.ORTH "ARDPERFORMANCES presented without sets or costumes, Freeport PRESENTEDWITHOUTSETSORCOSTUMES &REEPORT Factory Stage. $10. 7 p.m. &ACTORY3TAGEFREEPORTFACTORYCOMPM Monday. Through Sept. 19. -ONDAY4HROUGH3EPT "The Wizard of Oz," based on classic children's h4HE7IZARDOF/Z vBASEDONCLASSICCHILDRENS book and movie, Arundel Barn Playhouse. $28 BOOKANDMOVIE !RUNDEL"ARN0LAYHOUSE to $39. 985-5552. 8 p.m. Tuesday to July 21. TO PM4UESDAYTO*ULY Through Aug. 6. 4HROUGH!UG "44 Plays for 44 Presidents," fast-paced musical h0LAYSFOR0RESIDENTS vFAST PACEDMUSICAL dramedy covering all 44 U.S. presidents, Acadia DRAMEDYCOVERINGALL53PRESIDENTS !CADIA Repertory Theatre, Mount Desert. $18 to $23; $10 2EPERTORY4HEATRE -OUNT$ESERTTO for children under age 16. 8:15 FORCHILDRENUNDERAGEACADIAREPCOM p.m. Tuesday to July 21 .Through July 31. PM4UESDAYTO*ULY4HROUGH*ULY "The Fantasticks," musical comedy about two h4HE&ANTASTICKS vMUSICALCOMEDYABOUTTWO fathers who trick their children into falling in love, FATHERSWHOTRICKTHEIRCHILDRENINTOFALLINGINLOVE Poland Spring Inn. $10. 8 p.m. Tuesday. Through 0OLAND3PRING)NNPM4UESDAY4HROUGH Aug. 30. !UG "Xanadu," Maine State Music Theatre production h8ANADU v-AINE3TATE-USIC4HEATREPRODUCTION of musical satire of 1980 movie about a magical OFMUSICALSATIREOFMOVIEABOUTAMAGICAL roller disco, Bowdoin College (PickardTheater), ROLLERDISCO "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0ICKARD4HEATER Brunswick. $33 to $56. 2 and 7:30 p.m. "RUNSWICKTOMSMTORGANDPM Wednesday; 7:30 p.m. July 21 .Through Aug. 6. 7EDNESDAYPM*ULY4HROUGH!UG Courtesy Arundel Barn Playhouse 1]c`bSag/`c\RSZ0O`\>ZOgV]caS "The Compleat Wrks of William Shakespeare, The Arundel Barn Playhouse opens "The Wizard of Oz" on Tuesday, continuing h4HE#OMPLEAT7RKSOF7ILLIAM3HAKESPEARE BVS/`c\RSZ0O`\>ZOgV]caS]^S\aÂľBVSEWhO`R]T=hÂś]\BcSaROgQ]\bW\cW\U Abridged," Theater at Monmouth. $10 to $24. !BRIDGED v4HEATERAT-ONMOUTHTO through Aug. 6 and starring, from left, Matthew Krob, Danny Prather, Brittany bV`]cUV/cU$O\RabO``W\UT`][ZSTb;ObbVSe9`]P2O\\g>`ObVS`0`WbbO\g 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. THEATERATMONMOUTHORGPM7EDNESDAY Morton and Robert Rice. ;]`b]\O\R@]PS`b@WQS Through Aug. 17. 4HROUGH!UG "The Adventures of Mr. Toad" and "Aladdin," h4HE!DVENTURESOF-R4OADvANDh!LADDIN v children's theater by Hampstead Stage Company, The Best of the Met: Live in HD Encore Series, Stonington series, Deer Isle Historical Society. $15 CHILDRENSTHEATERBY(AMPSTEAD3TAGE#OMPANY 4HE"ESTOFTHE-ET,IVEIN($%NCORE3ERIES 3TONINGTONSERIES $EER)SLE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY Deertrees Theatre, Harrison. $5, $6. 583-6747. $EERTREES4HEATRE (ARRISON   screening of Puccini's "Tosca," Lincoln Theater, to $25; free for island students. 367-2788. 7 p.m. SCREENINGOF0UCCINISh4OSCA v,INCOLN4HEATER TOFREEFORISLANDSTUDENTS PM 10 a.m. Wednesday ("Toad"), 1 p.m. Wednesday AM7EDNESDAYh4OADv PM7EDNESDAY Damariscotta. $20. 563-3424. 7:30 p.m. today to Sunday. $AMARISCOTTA PM TODAYTO3UNDAY ("Aladdin"). h!LADDINv  "Pirates of Penzance," Freeport Players h0IRATESOF0ENZANCE v&REEPORT0LAYERS "Fame Takes a Holiday," cabaret musical h&AME4AKESA(OLIDAY vCABARETMUSICAL presentation of Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera, PRESENTATIONOF'ILBERT3ULLIVANCOMICOPERA DANCE N$!.#% presented by The Originals, Saco River Grange PRESENTEDBY4HE/RIGINALS 3ACO2IVER'RANGE Freeport Performing Arts Center. $10 to $15. &REEPORT0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTERTO Bates Dance Festival: Gallim Dance, new works "ATES$ANCE&ESTIVAL'ALLIM$ANCE NEWWORKS Hall, Bar Mills. $15 to $18 (pay what you can, (ALL "AR-ILLSTOPAYWHATYOUCAN Preview, 7:30 p.m. today; regular FCPONLINEORG0REVIEW PMTODAYREGULAR by choreographer Camille A. Brown, Shaeffer BYCHOREOGRAPHER#AMILLE!"ROWN 3HAEFFER July 21 and 28). 929-5412. 7:30 p.m. July 21. *ULYAND  PM*ULY performances, 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; PERFORMANCES PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY Theater, Bates College, Lewiston. $24; $12 4HEATER "ATES#OLLEGE ,EWISTON Through July 30. 4HROUGH*ULY 2 p.m. Sunday. Through July 31. PM3UNDAY4HROUGH*ULY students and seniors, STUDENTSANDSENIORSBATESDANCEFESTIVALORG "Godspell," classic musical based on the New h'ODSPELL vCLASSICMUSICALBASEDONTHE.EW "Annie," Maine State Music Theatre production h!NNIE v-AINE3TATE-USIC4HEATREPRODUCTION 8 p.m. today and Saturday. PMTODAYAND3ATURDAY Testament, Nasson Community Center (Little 4ESTAMENT .ASSON#OMMUNITY#ENTER,ITTLE of classic musical based on the comic strip OFCLASSICMUSICALBASEDONTHECOMICSTRIP "Sleeping Beauty," classic fairy tale presented h3LEEPING"EAUTY vCLASSICFAIRYTALEPRESENTED Theatre), Springvale. $8, $10. 432-3394. 7:30 4HEATRE 3PRINGVALE   "Little Orphan Annie," Bowdoin College (Pickard h,ITTLE/RPHAN!NNIE v"OWDOIN#OLLEGE0ICKARD by Vivid Motion, Lucid Stage, Portland. $5 to BY6IVID-OTION ,UCID3TAGE 0ORTLANDTO p.m. July 21 .Through July 30. Theater), Brunswick. $33 to $56. 2 and PM*ULY4HROUGH*ULY 4HEATER "RUNSWICKTOMSMTORGAND $12. 7:30 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. LUCIDSTAGECOMPM3ATURDAYPM "Moon Over Buffalo," slapstick comedy about h-OON/VER"UFFALO vSLAPSTICKCOMEDYABOUT 7:30 p.m. today and Friday; 7:30 p.m. Saturday. PMTODAYAND&RIDAYPM3ATURDAY Sunday. 3UNDAY a once-famous stage couple struggling with AONCE FAMOUSSTAGECOUPLESTRUGGLINGWITH "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the h!&UNNY4HING(APPENEDONTHE7AYTOTHE Bates Dance Festival: Nicholas Leichter Dance, "ATES$ANCE&ESTIVAL.ICHOLAS,EICHTER$ANCE obscurity, Lakewood Theater, Madison. $18 to OBSCURITY ,AKEWOOD4HEATER -ADISONTO Forum," bawdy musical by Stephen Sondheim, &ORUM vBAWDYMUSICALBY3TEPHEN3ONDHEIM Shaeffer Theater, Bates College, Lewiston. $24; 3HAEFFER4HEATER "ATES#OLLEGE ,EWISTON $37. 8 p.m. July 21 .Through LAKEWOODTHEATERORGPM*ULY4HROUGH Hackmatack Playhouse, Berwick. $12 to $29.50. (ACKMATACK0LAYHOUSE "ERWICKTO $12 students and seniors, STUDENTSANDSENIORSBATESDANCEFESTIVALORG July 30. *ULY 698-1807. 2 and 8 p.m. today; 8 p.m. Friday,  ANDPMTODAYPM&RIDAY 8 p.m.July21,23. PM*ULY  Saturday and Wednesday; 2 and 8 p.m. July 21. 3ATURDAYAND7EDNESDAYANDPM*ULY Through July 23. ART MUSEUMS 4HROUGH*ULY N!24-53%5-3 THEATER N4(%!4%2 "Summer of Love," East Coast premiere of h3UMMEROF,OVE v%AST#OASTPREMIEREOF "Narnia," based on classic children's book series, h.ARNIA vBASEDONCLASSICCHILDRENSBOOKSERIES OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 musical based on 1960s Haight-Asbury starring MUSICALBASEDONS(AIGHT !SBURYSTARRING School house Arts Center, Standish. $16, $18. 3CHOOLHOUSE!RTS#ENTER 3TANDISH  "Edward Hopper's Maine," paintings of Maine h%DWARD(OPPERS-AINE vPAINTINGSOF-AINE Michele Lee of TV's "Knots Landing," Ogunquit -ICHELE,EEOF46Sh+NOTS,ANDING v/GUNQUIT 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday; SCHOOLHOUSEARTSORGPMTODAYTO3ATURDAY scenes, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, SCENES "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT Playhouse. $53.50 to $76.50. (800) 982-2787. 0LAYHOUSETO   5 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. July 21. Through July PM3UNDAYPM*ULY4HROUGH*ULY Brunswick, Opening reception, 6 "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDU/PENINGRECEPTION  2:30 and 8:30 p.m. today; 8 p.m. Friday; 3:30 and ANDPMTODAYPM&RIDAYAND 24.  to 7:30 p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 16. TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT 8:30 p.m. Saturday. "Crazy for You," Gershwin musical, Arundel Barn PM3ATURDAY h#RAZYFOR9OU v'ERSHWINMUSICAL !RUNDEL"ARN A.R. GurneyVLove Letters," bring a love letter to Playhouse. $28 to $39. 985-5552. 8 p.m. today to !2'URNEYSh,OVE,ETTERS vBRINGALOVELETTERTO 0LAYHOUSETO PMTODAYTO CONTINUING someone you love and it will be read at the end of #/.4).5).' Saturday. SOMEONEYOULOVEANDITWILLBEREADATTHEENDOF 3ATURDAY each show, Sanford Maine Stage, Springvale. $12. h#RITTERS vEXHIBITOFPAINTINGSANDSCULPTURES "Critters," exhibit of paintings and sculptures "Love's Labor's Lost," Shakespeare comedy EACHSHOW 3ANFORD-AINE3TAGE 3PRINGVALE h,OVES,ABORS,OST v3HAKESPEARECOMEDY 8 p.m. today and Friday. by more than 100 artists with an animal theme, presented by Fenix Theatre Co., Deering Oaks SANFORDMAINESTAGECOMPMTODAYAND&RIDAY BYMORETHANARTISTSWITHANANIMALTHEME PRESENTEDBY&ENIX4HEATRE#O $EERING/AKS Park, Portland. Free, 6:30 p.m. University of New England (Art Gallery), Portland. "The Belle of Amherst," one-woman play based 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND!RT'ALLERY 0ORTLAND 0ARK 0ORTLAND&REEFENIXTHEATRECOMPM h4HE"ELLEOF!MHERST vONE WOMANPLAYBASED 221 -4499. Through Wednesday. today. Through Aug. 13. on the life and writing of Emily Dickinson,  4HROUGH7EDNESDAY TODAY4HROUGH!UG ONTHELIFEANDWRITINGOF%MILY$ICKINSON "The Plastic Ocean," ceramics by Susan "Room Service," farce about a group of actors Centennial Hall, Harpswell. $15 to $20. h4HE0LASTIC/CEAN vCERAMICSBY3USAN h2OOM3ERVICE vFARCEABOUTAGROUPOFACTORS #ENTENNIAL(ALL (ARPSWELLTO Schultz, Ogunquit Museum of American Art. who try to get a play produced before creditors 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday; 3CHULTZ /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT WHOTRYTOGETAPLAYPRODUCEDBEFORECREDITORS THEATERCOMPMTODAYTO3ATURDAY Through July 31. shut them down, Theater at Monmouth. $10 to 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and July 21. OGUNQUITMUSEUMORG4HROUGH*ULY SHUTTHEMDOWN 4HEATERAT-ONMOUTHTO PM3UNDAYPM7EDNESDAYAND*ULY $24. Preview, 7:30 p.m. "Refashioned," jackets, hairstyles and dresses Through July 29. h2EFASHIONED vJACKETS HAIRSTYLESANDDRESSES THEATERATMONMOUTHORG0REVIEW PM 4HROUGH*ULY today; regular performances, 7:30 p.m. Friday and h3UGAR vMUSICALADAPTATIONOFTHEMOVIEh3OME reimagined as art by Lauren Gillette, Anne TODAYREGULARPERFORMANCES PM&RIDAYAND REIMAGINEDASARTBY,AUREN'ILLETTE !NNE "Sugar," musical adaptation of the movie "Some Saturday; 7 p.m. Sunday. Through Aug. 20. Lemanski and Angelika Werth, Portland Museum Like It Hot," Lakewood Theater, Madison. $18 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY4HROUGH!UG ,EMANSKIAND!NGELIKA7ERTH 0ORTLAND-USEUM ,IKE)T(OT v,AKEWOOD4HEATER -ADISON "The Mystery of Irma Vep," campy comedy, of Art. Through July 31. to $37. 8 p.m. today to h4HE-YSTERYOF)RMA6EP vCAMPYCOMEDY OF!RTPORTLANDMUSEUMORG4HROUGH*ULY TOLAKEWOODTHEATERORGPMTODAYTO Acadia Repertory Theatre, Mount Desert. 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DXon\ccĂ&#x2039;j1Dfi\k_Xejgfikj#bXiXfb\ Maxwell's: More than sports, karaoke By ELISA DOUCETTE #Z&-*4"%06$&55& OMJLFTPNFPGUIFOJHIUDMVCTBOEQPTI nlike some of the nightclubs and posh fine-dining restaurants in the OgunmOFEJOJOHSFTUBVSBOUTJOUIF0HVO quit area, Maxwell's Pub & Grill is a RVJUBSFB .BYXFMMT1VC(SJMMJTB place anyone can walk into off the street QMBDFBOZPOFDBOXBMLJOUPPGGUIFTUSFFU - in beach clothes or date-night attire oJOCFBDIDMPUIFTPSEBUFOJHIUBUUJSF - and feel welcome. oBOEGFFMXFMDPNF A mile from the beach on Main Street, "NJMFGSPNUIFCFBDIPO.BJO4USFFU  Maxwell's isn't hard to find. With seating .BYXFMMTJTOUIBSEUPmOE8JUITFBUJOH for 20 patrons, the U-shaped wooden bar GPSQBUSPOT UIF6TIBQFEXPPEFOCBS is the focal point of the place. Televisions JTUIFGPDBMQPJOUPGUIFQMBDF5FMFWJTJPOT above the bar are often tuned to various BCPWFUIFCBSBSFPGUFOUVOFEUPWBSJPVT New England sporting events. For those /FX&OHMBOETQPSUJOHFWFOUT'PSUIPTF who want to go a little easier on their XIPXBOUUPHPBMJUUMFFBTJFSPOUIFJS necks, there are large flat-screen televiOFDLT UIFSFBSFMBSHFnBUTDSFFOUFMFWJ sions hanging in two corners of the room. TJPOTIBOHJOHJOUXPDPSOFSTPGUIFSPPN If sports on TV isn't really your thing, *GTQPSUTPO57JTOUSFBMMZZPVSUIJOH  you can head out to the patio perched ZPVDBOIFBEPVUUPUIFQBUJPQFSDIFE above the busy Main Street area. In sumBCPWFUIFCVTZ.BJO4USFFUBSFB*OTVN mer, Ogunquit is one of the best melting NFS 0HVORVJUJTPOFPGUIFCFTUNFMUJOH pots of touristy people watching available QPUTPGUPVSJTUZQFPQMFXBUDIJOHBWBJMBCMF in Maine, so there is no way you will be JO.BJOF TPUIFSFJTOPXBZZPVXJMMCF disappointed with the choice. EJTBQQPJOUFEXJUIUIFDIPJDF Named after Maxwell's Grocery Store, /BNFEBGUFS.BYXFMMT(SPDFSZ4UPSF  a fixture in the Ogunquit community for BmYUVSFJOUIF0HVORVJUDPNNVOJUZGPS more than 100 years that was located in NPSFUIBOZFBSTUIBUXBTMPDBUFEJO the spot where the pub is now, Maxwell's UIFTQPUXIFSFUIFQVCJTOPX .BYXFMMT has become notorious for its karaoke. IBTCFDPNFOPUPSJPVTGPSJUTLBSBPLF You can sing as much Journey and Lady :PVDBOTJOHBTNVDI+PVSOFZBOE-BEZ Gaga as your little heart wants six nights (BHBBTZPVSMJUUMFIFBSUXBOUTTJYOJHIUT a week. In fact, some of the televisions BXFFL*OGBDU TPNFPGUIFUFMFWJTJPOT usually switch over to karaoke lyrics so VTVBMMZTXJUDIPWFSUPLBSBPLFMZSJDTTP the entire bar can sing along with their UIFFOUJSFCBSDBOTJOHBMPOHXJUIUIFJS favorites (while a few still stay tuned to GBWPSJUFT XIJMFBGFXTUJMMTUBZUVOFEUP any games that might be on). BOZHBNFTUIBUNJHIUCFPO  Many people will only grab a micro.BOZQFPQMFXJMMPOMZHSBCBNJDSP phone to belt out their own off-key rendiQIPOFUPCFMUPVUUIFJSPXOPGGLFZSFOEJ tions of classics if they have a bit of liquid UJPOTPGDMBTTJDTJGUIFZIBWFBCJUPGMJRVJE encouragement beforehand. Maxwell's FODPVSBHFNFOUCFGPSFIBOE.BYXFMMT certainly does not disappoint when it DFSUBJOMZEPFTOPUEJTBQQPJOUXIFOJU comes to drinks. DPNFTUPESJOLT After reading some of the online re"GUFSSFBEJOHTPNFPGUIFPOMJOFSF views, I was a little nervous to try some of WJFXT *XBTBMJUUMFOFSWPVTUPUSZTPNFPG the alleged watery cocktails that reviewUIFBMMFHFEXBUFSZDPDLUBJMTUIBUSFWJFX ers claimed were slung here. I was happy FSTDMBJNFEXFSFTMVOHIFSF*XBTIBQQZ to discover that weak drinks are not the UPEJTDPWFSUIBUXFBLESJOLTBSFOPUUIF norm at Maxwell's. OPSNBU.BYXFMMT One need only look at the huge jar on the 0OFOFFEPOMZMPPLBUUIFIVHFKBSPOUIF bar, which holds a berry infusion mixture CBS XIJDIIPMETBCFSSZJOGVTJPONJYUVSF (blueberries, blackberries, strawberries CMVFCFSSJFT CMBDLCFSSJFT TUSBXCFSSJFT and raspberries soaked in vanilla vodka, BOESBTQCFSSJFTTPBLFEJOWBOJMMBWPELB  $7.50) to know that this place means busi UPLOPXUIBUUIJTQMBDFNFBOTCVTJ ness. OFTT In addition to the classic well drink of*OBEEJUJPOUPUIFDMBTTJDXFMMESJOLPG ferings, Maxwell's also creates a menu GFSJOHT .BYXFMMTBMTPDSFBUFTBNFOV


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of original cocktails with a heavy beach PGPSJHJOBMDPDLUBJMTXJUIBIFBWZCFBDI vacation attitude. Fruity mixtures and WBDBUJPOBUUJUVEF'SVJUZNJYUVSFTBOE clear liquors dominate the menu in the DMFBSMJRVPSTEPNJOBUFUIFNFOVJOUIF summer, and the only thing missing is a TVNNFS BOEUIFPOMZUIJOHNJTTJOHJTB little umbrella and some sand to dip your MJUUMFVNCSFMMBBOETPNFTBOEUPEJQZPVS toes in. UPFTJO In a throwback to the once-revered Ecto *OBUISPXCBDLUPUIFPODFSFWFSFE&DUP Cooler punch, the bartenders have been $PPMFSQVODI UIFCBSUFOEFSTIBWFCFFO having a lot of fun experimenting with the IBWJOHBMPUPGGVOFYQFSJNFOUJOHXJUIUIF new Dude Vodka from Three Olives, said OFX%VEF7PELBGSPN5ISFF0MJWFT TBJE owner Mike Smith. Dude Vodka tastes PXOFS.JLF4NJUI%VEF7PELBUBTUFT like grown-up Mountain Dew, and you can MJLFHSPXOVQ.PVOUBJO%FX BOEZPVDBO test it out with a Green Atta Dude (Dude UFTUJUPVUXJUIB(SFFO"UUB%VEF %VEF Vodka, Apple Pucker, energy drink and 7PELB "QQMF1VDLFS FOFSHZESJOLBOE 7-Up, $9). 6Q   With an eye to the beer-drinking cli8JUIBOFZFUPUIFCFFSESJOLJOHDMJ entele who frequent the pub to watch a FOUFMFXIPGSFRVFOUUIFQVCUPXBUDIB game or relax on a sunny evening, MaxHBNFPSSFMBYPOBTVOOZFWFOJOH .BY well's offers a great assortment of brews. XFMMTPGGFSTBHSFBUBTTPSUNFOUPGCSFXT Sporting a dozen beers and cider on tap 4QPSUJOHBEP[FOCFFSTBOEDJEFSPOUBQ

($4 to $5.50), the selection is eclectic, and UP UIFTFMFDUJPOJTFDMFDUJD BOE heavily features Maine brewery Gritty IFBWJMZGFBUVSFT.BJOFCSFXFSZ(SJUUZ McDuff's. You also can find many favor.D%VGG T:PVBMTPDBOmOENBOZGBWPS ites in bottles ($4 to $5), and Bud Light JUFTJOCPUUMFT UP BOE#VE-JHIU and Miller Lite are available on draft. BOE.JMMFS-JUFBSFBWBJMBCMFPOESBGU As expected in any pub and grill worth "TFYQFDUFEJOBOZQVCBOEHSJMMXPSUI its weight in pub and grill food, Maxwell's JUTXFJHIUJOQVCBOEHSJMMGPPE .BYXFMMT has a great appetizer menu. I tried the IBTBHSFBUBQQFUJ[FSNFOV*USJFEUIF fried mac and cheese bites ($6.75) after GSJFENBDBOEDIFFTFCJUFT  BGUFS the waitress by the bar enthusiastically UIFXBJUSFTTCZUIFCBSFOUIVTJBTUJDBMMZ swore they were her favorite thing on TXPSFUIFZXFSFIFSGBWPSJUFUIJOHPO the menu. She was right; I had no idea UIFNFOV4IFXBTSJHIU*IBEOPJEFB cheesy-carbohydratey-greasiness dipped DIFFTZDBSCPIZESBUFZHSFBTJOFTTEJQQFE in ranch dressing could taste so delicious. JOSBODIESFTTJOHDPVMEUBTUFTPEFMJDJPVT If your appetizer preference is a little *GZPVSBQQFUJ[FSQSFGFSFODFJTBMJUUMF more high-brow than mine, you can grab NPSFIJHICSPXUIBONJOF ZPVDBOHSBC a full pound of Maxwell's mussels ($7.95) BGVMMQPVOEPG.BYXFMMTNVTTFMT   and maybe pair them with one of the BOENBZCFQBJSUIFNXJUIPOFPGUIF house wines ($5.50 to $6.50). IPVTFXJOFT UP  If you are looking for a relaxed place to *GZPVBSFMPPLJOHGPSBSFMBYFEQMBDFUP

around the state." BSPVOEUIFTUBUFw Like all the food booths at the festival, -JLFBMMUIFGPPECPPUITBUUIFGFTUJWBM  the ski club's is a major fundraiser for the UIFTLJDMVCTJTBNBKPSGVOESBJTFSGPSUIF Continued from Page E41 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3" group. HSPVQ Other places serving clams include 0UIFSQMBDFTTFSWJOHDMBNTJODMVEF than 3,000 servings of clams, which reUIBO TFSWJOHTPGDMBNT XIJDISF the Yarmouth Colts Soccer booth (clam UIF:BSNPVUI$PMUT4PDDFSCPPUI DMBN quires 200 to 250 gallons of raw clams. RVJSFTUPHBMMPOTPGSBXDMBNT chowder), the Royal River Chorus booth DIPXEFS UIF3PZBM3JWFS$IPSVTCPPUI Making this happen is a team of more .BLJOHUIJTIBQQFOJTBUFBNPGNPSF (batter fried clams), the Yarmouth Little CBUUFSGSJFEDMBNT UIF:BSNPVUI-JUUMF than 200 volunteers who put in four-hour -FBHVFCPPUI TUFBNFEDMBNT BOEUIF UIBOWPMVOUFFSTXIPQVUJOGPVSIPVS League booth (steamed clams) and the shifts at the ski club booth. All the food TIJGUTBUUIFTLJDMVCCPPUI"MMUIFGPPE Yarmouth Football Club and First Univer:BSNPVUI'PPUCBMM$MVCBOE'JSTU6OJWFS booths rely on volunteers, but the ski club TBMJTU$IVSDICPPUIT DMBNDBLFT  CPPUITSFMZPOWPMVOUFFST CVUUIFTLJDMVC salist Church booths (clam cakes). requires more than most to handle the as- 8IJMFFBDIZFBSUIFGFTUJWBMPSHBOJ[FST SFRVJSFTNPSFUIBONPTUUPIBOEMFUIFBT While each year the festival organizers sembly-line clam breading operation that HFUOVNFSPVTDBMMTGSPNQSPGFTTJPOBM TFNCMZMJOFDMBNCSFBEJOHPQFSBUJPOUIBU get numerous calls from professional goes on throughout the festival. HPFTPOUISPVHIPVUUIFGFTUJWBM food vendors, Clam Festival direcGPPEWFOEPST $MBN'FTUJWBMEJSFD "We put out a pretty good product," i8FQVUPVUBQSFUUZHPPEQSPEVDU w tor Mark Primeau said, "We're pretty UPS.BSL1SJNFBVTBJE i8FSFQSFUUZ Eddy said. "I hold our clams up against &EEZTBJEi*IPMEPVSDMBNTVQBHBJOTU adamant about not opening it to outside BEBNBOUBCPVUOPUPQFOJOHJUUPPVUTJEF any of the clams from the clam shacks BOZPGUIFDMBNTGSPNUIFDMBNTIBDLT (food) vendors. It's such an amazing GPPE WFOEPST*UTTVDIBOBNB[JOH

event to bring the community together." FWFOUUPCSJOHUIFDPNNVOJUZUPHFUIFSw Those who want to show off their clam 5IPTFXIPXBOUUPTIPXPGGUIFJSDMBN extricating skills can enter the annual FYUSJDBUJOHTLJMMTDBOFOUFSUIFBOOVBM shucking contest, which takes place at 11 TIVDLJOHDPOUFTU XIJDIUBLFTQMBDFBU a.m. Saturday, with both professional and BN4BUVSEBZ XJUICPUIQSPGFTTJPOBMBOE amateur heats. This is followed by the CeBNBUFVSIFBUT5IJTJTGPMMPXFECZUIF$F lebrity Clam Shucking Contest, featuring MFCSJUZ$MBN4IVDLJOH$POUFTU GFBUVSJOH returning champions Shannon Moss and SFUVSOJOHDIBNQJPOT4IBOOPO.PTTBOE Norm Karkos of WMTW-8, who will com/PSN,BSLPTPG8.58 XIPXJMMDPN pete against Kathleen Shannon and Brian QFUFBHBJOTU,BUIMFFO4IBOOPOBOE#SJBO Yocono of WCSH-6, Doug Rafferty and :PDPOPPG8$4) %PVH3BGGFSUZBOE Diana Ichton of WGME-13, Mike Violette %JBOB*DIUPOPG8(.& .JLF7JPMFUUF and Ken Altshuler of WGAN, Jeff Parsons BOE,FO"MUTIVMFSPG8("/ +FGG1BSTPOT and Teddy McKay of WJBQ, and Heidi BOE5FEEZ.D,BZPG8+#2 BOE)FJEJ Knight and Stan Manning of WFNK. ,OJHIUBOE4UBO.BOOJOHPG8'/, The traditional way to start Saturday 5IFUSBEJUJPOBMXBZUPTUBSU4BUVSEBZ and Sunday at the festival is with a hearty BOE4VOEBZBUUIFGFTUJWBMJTXJUIBIFBSUZ


WHERE: 234 Main St., Ogunquit E63@3( !";OW\Ab=Uc\_cWb 646-2345; $"$ !"#)[OfeSZZa^cPQ][ SUMMER HOURS: Noon to 1 a.m. Saturday AC;;3@6=C@A(<]]\b]O[AObc`ROg and Sunday; 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday O\RAc\ROg)"^[b]O[;]\ROg through Friday bV`]cUV4`WROg PARKING: One- and two-hour parking in >/@97<5(=\SO\Rbe]V]c`^O`YW\UW\ the municipal lot across the street, bVS[c\WQW^OZZ]bOQ`]aabVSab`SSb 30-minute on-street parking until !\cbS]\ab`SSb^O`YW\Uc\bWZ 6 p.m., and a few spaces to the side of $^[O\ROTSea^OQSab]bVSaWRS]T the building off Berwick Road bVSPcWZRW\U]TT0S`eWQY@]OR SPECIALS: Half Time from 4 to 5 p.m. A>317/:A(6OZTBW[ST`]["b]#^[ every day (except holiday weekends), SdS`gROgSfQS^bV]ZWROgeSSYS\Ra which means half-off wine, domestic eVWQV[SO\aVOZT]TTeW\SR][SabWQ bottles, draft beer and selected P]bbZSaR`OTbPSS`O\RaSZSQbSR appetizers. O^^SbWhS`a PEOPLE WATCHING: On one of the only >3=>:3E/B167<5(=\]\S]TbVS]\Zg outdoor decks in Ogunquit, you ]cbR]]`RSQYaW\=Uc\_cWbg]c can watch the hustle and bustle of QO\eObQVbVSVcabZSO\RPcabZS]T the tourists and the locals from the bVSb]c`WabaO\RbVSZ]QOZaT`][bVS comfort of your patio seat. Q][T]`b]Tg]c`^ObW]aSOb BARSTOOL COMFORT: Classic round0/@AB==:1=;4=@B(1ZOaaWQ`]c\R seated bar stools with no back and aSObSRPO`ab]]ZaeWbV\]POQYO\R rungs to hang your feet off of. `c\Uab]VO\Ug]c`TSSb]TT]T I-SPY: The Musk Ox Who Cannot Be 7A>G(BVS;caY=fEV]1O\\]b0S Named <O[SR GUILTY PLEASURE: Red Light Martini 5C7:BG>:3/AC@3(@SR:WUVb;O`bW\W (raspberry and orange liqueurs, `Oa^PS``gO\R]`O\USZW_cSc`a raspberry vodka and cranberry juice, `Oa^PS``gd]RYOO\RQ`O\PS``gXcWQS $6.50) $#

catch a game, people watch or chat with DBUDIBHBNF QFPQMFXBUDIPSDIBUXJUI friends in Ogunquit, make sure to check GSJFOETJO0HVORVJU NBLFTVSFUPDIFDL out Maxwell's Pub & Grill. PVU.BYXFMMT1VC(SJMM Elisa Doucette is a freelance writer who lives in 3ZWaO2]cQSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Portland. >]`bZO\R

pancake breakfast. The First Parish QBODBLFCSFBLGBTU5IF'JSTU1BSJTI Church's Flapjack Breakfast is served $IVSDIT'MBQKBDL#SFBLGBTUJTTFSWFE from 7 to 10 a.m. for $7 at the church. GSPNUPBNGPSBUUIFDIVSDI Yarmouth High School juniors offer the :BSNPVUI)JHI4DIPPMKVOJPSTPGGFSUIF Blueberry Pancake Breakfast for $8 and #MVFCFSSZ1BODBLF#SFBLGBTUGPSBOE a sausage, egg and cheese sandwich for BTBVTBHF FHHBOEDIFFTFTBOEXJDIGPS $3 from 7 to 10:30 a.m. on the Memorial GSPNUPBNPOUIF.FNPSJBM Green. (SFFO How many pancake breakfasts do the )PXNBOZQBODBLFCSFBLGBTUTEPUIF two organizations plan to serve? "NFSF A mere UXPPSHBOJ[BUJPOTQMBOUPTFSWF 2,200.   Staff Writer Avery Yale Kamila can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`/dS`gGOZS9O[WZOQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6297 or at: %'$ '%]`Ob( akamila @pressherald. com OYO[WZO.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Follow me on Twitter at: 4]ZZ]e[S]\BeWbbS`Ob( Twitter. com/A veryYaleKamila BeWbbS`Q][/dS`gGOZS9O[WZO

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WHERE: 50 E63@3(# Market St., Mill ;O`YSbAb;WZZ Creek Shopping 1`SSYAV]^^W\U Center, South 1S\bS`A]cbV Portland. 767>]`bZO\R%$% 1882 && HOURS: 11 a.m. to 6=C@A(O[b] 9 p.m. Monday '^[;]\ROg through Thursday; 11 a.m. to bV`]cUVBVc`aROg)O[b] 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday; ^[4`WROgO\RAObc`ROg) noon to 9 p.m. Sunday. \]]\b]'^[Ac\ROg CHEAPEST GRUB: $ 2%#T]`OQc^ .75 for a c u p 163/>3AB5@C0( of soup. ]Ta]c^ WAIT: None if you go right to E/7B(<]\SWTg]cU]`WUVbb] the buffet table. bVSPcTTSbbOPZS PARKING: Yes. >/@97<5(GSa HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes. 6/<271/>>32/113AA70:3(GSa RATING: (((1/2 @/B7<5(


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of them, most priced at around PGUIFN NPTUQSJDFEBUBSPVOE $6.75. These include kung pao 5IFTFJODMVEFLVOHQBP chicken; chicken, beef or pork DIJDLFODIJDLFO CFFGPSQPSL with garlic sauce; Szechuan XJUIHBSMJDTBVDF4[FDIVBO spiced shrimp; and Hunan beef, TQJDFETISJNQBOE)VOBOCFFG  chicken or pork. DIJDLFOPSQPSL There are appetizer combina5IFSFBSFBQQFUJ[FSDPNCJOB tion plates for lunch such as UJPOQMBUFTGPSMVODITVDIBT beef teriyaki, egg roll and fried CFFGUFSJZBLJ FHHSPMMBOEGSJFE Photos by Gabe Souza/ >V]b]aPg5OPSA]chO rice for $5.75; and boneless ribs, SJDFGPSBOECPOFMFTTSJCT  Staff photographer AbOTT^V]b]U`O^VS` egg roll, chicken fingers and FHHSPMM DIJDLFOmOHFSTBOE fried rice for $6.25. GSJFESJDFGPS All the lunch specials are "MMUIFMVODITQFDJBMTBSF served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. tangy meat filling, were crunchy TFSWFEGSPNBNUPQN UBOHZNFBUmMMJOH XFSFDSVODIZ Because of its location just #FDBVTFPGJUTMPDBUJPOKVTU and very good. BOEWFSZHPPE over the Casco Bay Bridge near There was also some fruit and PWFSUIF$BTDP#BZ#SJEHFOFBS 5IFSFXBTBMTPTPNFGSVJUBOE Route 77, the restaurant is on Jell-0 for dessert, but I passed. 3PVUF UIFSFTUBVSBOUJTPO +FMM0GPSEFTTFSU CVU*QBTTFE the commuting route for a lot of UIFDPNNVUJOHSPVUFGPSBMPUPG If you don't want the buffet, *GZPVEPOUXBOUUIFCVGGFU  people. There are lots of choices QFPQMF5IFSFBSFMPUTPGDIPJDFT the menu has more than two UIFNFOVIBTNPSFUIBOUXP for take-out dinner, including GPSUBLFPVUEJOOFS JODMVEJOH dozen lunch specials for under EP[FOMVODITQFDJBMTGPSVOEFS about 16 dinner combos for $7, ranging from $4.50 for pork BCPVUEJOOFSDPNCPTGPS  SBOHJOHGSPNGPSQPSL $8.25 each. chow mein with fried rice to FBDI DIPXNFJOXJUIGSJFESJDFUP $6.95 for cashew chicken, fried GPSDBTIFXDIJDLFO GSJFE rice and choice of appetizer. The features staff of The Portland Press BVSTSObc`SaabOTT]TBVS>]`bZO\R>`Saa SJDFBOEDIPJDFPGBQQFUJ[FS Herald anonymously samples meals for Mandarin specials are also 6S`OZRO\]\g[]caZgaO[^ZSa[SOZaT]` .BOEBSJOTQFDJBMTBSFBMTP about $7. offered at lunch, about a dozen OP]cb% PGGFSFEBUMVODI BCPVUBEP[FO Above: The lunch buffet at /P]dS(BVSZc\QVPcTTSbOb Asia Restaurant in South /aWO@SabOc`O\bW\A]cbV Portland offers choices from >]`bZO\R]TTS`aQV]WQSaT`][ soup and appetizers to a]c^O\RO^^SbWhS`ab] dessert for $7.50. RSaaS`bT]`%# Left: Jessica He takes a :STb(8SaaWQO6SbOYSaO customer's order from the Qcab][S`¸a]`RS`T`][bVS menu. [S\c

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BRICKSTOREMUSEUMORG4HROUGH3EPT Through Sept. 1. "Voyages and the Great Age of Sail," artifacts h6OYAGESANDTHE'REAT!GEOF3AIL vARTIFACTS related to 19th-century Saco sea captain Tristram RELATEDTOTH CENTURY3ACOSEACAPTAIN4RISTRAM Jordan; also "Point of Departure," works by Saco *ORDANALSOh0OINTOF$EPARTURE vWORKSBY3ACO artist Diane Bowie Zaitlin, Saco Museum. ARTIST$IANE"OWIE:AITLIN 3ACO-USEUM Through Sept. 4. DYERLIBRARYSACOMUSEUMORG4HROUGH3EPT "Selected Drawings and Photographs from the h3ELECTED$RAWINGSAND0HOTOGRAPHSFROMTHE Marsden Hartley Memorial Collection," Bates -ARSDEN(ARTLEY-EMORIAL#OLLECTION v"ATES College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. 786-6158. #OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTON  Through Sept. 5. 4HROUGH3EPT "Emerging Dis/Order," drawings by Amy Stacey h%MERGING$IS/RDER vDRAWINGSBY!MY3TACEY Curtis, Alison Hildreth and Andrea Sulzer, Bates #URTIS !LISON(ILDRETHAND!NDREA3ULZER "ATES College (Museum of Art), Lewiston. 786-6158. #OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT ,EWISTON  Through Sept. 10. 4HROUGH3EPT "Four in Maine: Drawings," work by Mary h&OURIN-AINE$RAWINGS vWORKBY-ARY Barnes, Emily Brown, John Moore andT. Allen "ARNES %MILY"ROWN *OHN-OOREAND4!LLEN Lawson, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland. ,AWSON &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLAND Through Sept. 1 1 . FARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG4HROUGH3EPT "Maine Moderns: Art in Seguinland, 1900-1940," h-AINE-ODERNS!RTIN3EGUINLAND   v paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs PAINTINGS SCULPTURES DRAWINGSANDPHOTOGRAPHS of Modernists who worked in Maine in the first OF-ODERNISTSWHOWORKEDIN-AINEINTHElRST half of the 20th century, Portland Museum of Art. HALFOFTHETHCENTURY 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT Through Sept. 1 1 . PORTLANDMUSEUMORG4HROUGH3EPT "Hopper's Contemporaries: Artists in New h(OPPERS#ONTEMPORARIES!RTISTSIN.EW England," works by contemporaries of Edward %NGLAND vWORKSBYCONTEMPORARIESOF%DWARD Hopper, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, (OPPER "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT Brunswick, Through Sept. 1 1 . "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDU4HROUGH3EPT "New Dawn Fades," photographs by Thomas h.EW$AWN&ADES vPHOTOGRAPHSBY4HOMAS Hager, University of Maine Museum of Art, (AGER 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE-USEUMOF!RT Bangor. 561-3350. Through Sept. 24. "ANGOR 4HROUGH3EPT "Folk Art on High," weather vane exhibit, Rufus h&OLK!RTON(IGH vWEATHERVANEEXHIBIT 2UFUS Porter Museum, Bridgton. 0ORTER-USEUM "RIDGTONRUFUSPORTERMUSEUMORG Through Oct. 1. 4HROUGH/CT "Inspired by Buddhism: Ancient Art from the h)NSPIREDBY"UDDHISM!NCIENT!RTFROMTHE Permanent Collection," objects from Cambodia, 0ERMANENT#OLLECTION vOBJECTSFROM#AMBODIA China, Tibet, Korea and Japan, Colby College #HINA 4IBET +OREAAND*APAN #OLBY#OLLEGE (Museum of Art), Waterville. Through -USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLECOLBYEDU4HROUGH Oct. 2. /CT "Exhibiting Whistler: A Tribute to David P. h%XHIBITING7HISTLER!4RIBUTETO$AVID0 Becker," prints by James McNeill Whistler, Colby "ECKER vPRINTSBY*AMES-C.EILL7HISTLER #OLBY College (Museum of Art), Waterville. #OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLECOLBYEDU Through Oct. 2. 4HROUGH/CT "American M o d e r n , " photographs by Abbott, h!MERICAN-ODERN vPHOTOGRAPHSBY!BBOTT Evans and Bourke-White, Colby College (Museum %VANSAND"OURKE 7HITE #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUM of Art), Waterville. Through Oct. 2. OF!RT 7ATERVILLECOLBYEDU4HROUGH/CT "Little Elegies: The Art of Nineteenth-Century h,ITTLE%LEGIES4HE!RTOF.INETEENTH #ENTURY M o u r n i n g , " paintings, texts and objects created -OURNING vPAINTINGS TEXTSANDOBJECTSCREATED to assuage grief and memorialize the dead, Colby TOASSUAGEGRIEFANDMEMORIALIZETHEDEAD #OLBY College (Museum of Art), Waterville. #OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLECOLBYEDU Through Oct. 2. 4HROUGH/CT "Celebrating a Gift: The Norma B. Marin h#ELEBRATINGA'IFT4HE.ORMA"-ARIN Photography Collection," Colby College Museum 0HOTOGRAPHY#OLLECTION v#OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUM of Art, Waterville. 859-5609. Through Oct. 2. OF!RT 7ATERVILLE 4HROUGH/CT "Andrew Moore: Detroit Disassembled," h!NDREW-OORE$ETROIT$ISASSEMBLED v photographs of Detroit's industrial decline and PHOTOGRAPHSOF$ETROITSINDUSTRIALDECLINEAND reclamation by nature, Colby College (Museum of RECLAMATIONBYNATURE #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUMOF Art), Waterville. Through Oct. 2. !RT 7ATERVILLECOLBYEDU4HROUGH/CT "Alex Katz: Drawings," ink and oil sketches and h!LEX+ATZ$RAWINGS vINKANDOILSKETCHESAND graphite drawings, Colby College (Museum of GRAPHITEDRAWINGS #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUMOF Art), Waterville. Through Oct. 2. !RT 7ATERVILLECOLBYEDU4HROUGH/CT "Andrew and Jamie Wyeth: Selections from the h!NDREWAND*AMIE7YETH3ELECTIONSFROMTHE Private Collection of Victoria Browning Wyeth," 0RIVATE#OLLECTIONOF6ICTORIA"ROWNING7YETH v paintings, Bates College (Olin Arts Center), PAINTINGS "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER

Lewiston. 786-6158. Through Oct. 2. ,EWISTON 4HROUGH/CT "Paul Caponigro:The Hidden Presence of Places," h0AUL#APONIGRO4HE(IDDEN0RESENCEOF0LACES v photographs, Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland. PHOTOGRAPHS &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLAND 596-6457. Through Oct. 9.  4HROUGH/CT "John Marin: Modernism at Mid-century," h*OHN-ARIN-ODERNISMAT-ID CENTURY v work from painter Marin's career between WORKFROMPAINTER-ARINSCAREERBETWEEN 1870 and 1953, Portland Museum of Art. AND 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT Through Oct. 10. PORTLANDMUSEUMORG4HROUGH/CT "The Stone Coast," sculptures by multiple artists, h4HE3TONE#OAST vSCULPTURESBYMULTIPLEARTISTS Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY Through Oct. 10. MAINEGARDENSORG4HROUGH/CT "Andrew Wyeth, Christina's World and the Olson h!NDREW7YETH #HRISTINAS7ORLDANDTHE/LSON House," Farnsworth Art Museum (Wyeth Center), (OUSE v&ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM7YETH#ENTER Rockland, Through 2OCKLANDFARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG4HROUGH Oct. 30. /CT "Building an American Modernist Collection: h"UILDINGAN!MERICAN-ODERNIST#OLLECTION Highlights from O M A A Permanent Collection," (IGHLIGHTSFROM/-!!0ERMANENT#OLLECTION v Ogunquit Museum of American Art. /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT Through Oct. 3 1 . OGUNQUITMUSEUMORG4HROUGH/CT "The Drawing Tradition," drawings by Henry h4HE$RAWING4RADITION vDRAWINGSBY(ENRY Strater, Ogunquit Museum of American Art. 3TRATER /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT Through Oct. 3 1 . OGUNQUITMUSEUMORG4HROUGH/CT "Jason Larkin: Past Perfect," 2011 Arnold h*ASON,ARKIN0AST0ERFECT v!RNOLD Newman Prize winner exhibition, Farnsworth .EWMAN0RIZEWINNEREXHIBITION &ARNSWORTH Art Museum, Rockland, !RT-USEUM 2OCKLANDFARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG Through Nov. 27. 4HROUGH.OV "Imagination Takes Shape: Canadian Inuit Art h)MAGINATION4AKES3HAPE#ANADIAN)NUIT!RT from the Robert and Judith Toll Collection," FROMTHE2OBERTAND*UDITH4OLL#OLLECTION v Bowdoin College (Peary-MacMillan Arctic "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0EARY -AC-ILLAN!RCTIC Museum), Brunswick, -USEUM "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDU arcticmuseum. Through Dec. 6. ARCTICMUSEUM4HROUGH$EC "Indians and Rusticators: Wabanakis and Summer h)NDIANSAND2USTICATORS7ABANAKISAND3UMMER 6ISITORSON-OUNT$ESERT)SLAND v!BBE-USEUM Visitors on Mount Desert Island," Abbe Museum, "AR(ARBORABBEMUSEUMORG4HROUGH$EC Bar Harbor, Through Dec. 28. h$RESSING5P 3TANDING/UT &ITTING)N "Dressing Up, Standing Out, Fitting In: !DORNMENT)DENTITYIN-AINE vARTIFACTSREVEAL Adornment & Identity in Maine," artifacts reveal THEWAY-AINERSDRESSEDFROMTHETHTOTH the way Mainers dressed from the 18th to 20th CENTURIES -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLAND centuries, Maine Historical Society, Portland. MAINEHISTORYORG4HROUGH-AY Through May 27.

ART GALLERIES N!24'!,,%2)%3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 "Fins, Fur and Feathers: A Celebration of all h&INS &URAND&EATHERS!#ELEBRATIONOFALL Creatures - W i l d and Domesticated," Maine Art #REATURESn7ILDAND$OMESTICATED v-AINE!RT Gallery, Wiscasset. 882-7511. Opening reception 'ALLERY 7ISCASSET /PENINGRECEPTION with Togus the Coon Cat, who will be signing his WITH4OGUSTHE#OON#AT WHOWILLBESIGNINGHIS book written by Don Carrigan, 5 to 7 p.m. today. BOOKWRITTENBY$ON#ARRIGAN TOPMTODAY Through Aug. 14. 4HROUGH!UG "Between Earth and Sky," sculpture exhibition h"ETWEEN%ARTHAND3KY vSCULPTUREEXHIBITION and sale, work by 30 New England artists, June ANDSALE WORKBY.EW%NGLANDARTISTS *UNE LaCombe Sculpture, Pownal. 688-4468. Opens ,A#OMBE3CULPTURE 0OWNAL /PENS Friday. Through July 27. (Open by appointment.) &RIDAY4HROUGH*ULY/PENBYAPPOINTMENT Peter Sculthorpe: "Monhegan Island," new 0ETER3CULTHORPEh-ONHEGAN)SLAND vNEW paintings, Gleason Fine Art, Portland. 699-5599. PAINTINGS 'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLAND  Opening reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH Aug. 3. !UG "Painters, Players and Poets," collaboration h0AINTERS 0LAYERSAND0OETS vCOLLABORATION of 32 of Maine's most accomplished painters, OFOF-AINESMOSTACCOMPLISHEDPAINTERS

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"Because of the age of the house, there's i#FDBVTFPGUIFBHFPGUIFIPVTF UIFSFT a little unevenness in the floors and the old BMJUUMFVOFWFOOFTTJOUIFnPPSTBOEUIFPME horsehair plaster," said designer Georgie IPSTFIBJSQMBTUFS wTBJEEFTJHOFS(FPSHJF McGowan of Georgie's Home & Garden in .D(PXBOPG(FPSHJFT)PNF(BSEFOJO York, who decorated the guest bedroom. :PSL XIPEFDPSBUFEUIFHVFTUCFESPPN "And in this house, the ceilings are quite i"OEJOUIJTIPVTF UIFDFJMJOHTBSFRVJUF low." MPXw McGowan didn't realize how uneven the .D(PXBOEJEOUSFBMJ[FIPXVOFWFOUIF floor was until she went to place a mantle nPPSXBTVOUJMTIFXFOUUPQMBDFBNBOUMF around the bedroom's fireplace. A few BSPVOEUIFCFESPPNTmSFQMBDF"GFX Please see HOUSE, PageESO Gc\Xj\j\\6=CA3GX^\<,'

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MUSEUMS OF OLD YORK DECORATOR SHOW HOUSE ;CA3C;A=4=:2G=@9231=@/B=@A6=E6=CA3 WHEN: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays, E63<(O[b]"^[;]\ROga Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays; 10 ESR\SaROga4`WROgaO\RAObc`ROga) a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursdays; and 1 to 4 p.m. O[b]%^[BVc`aROga)O\Rb]"^[ Sundays from July 16 through Aug. 13 Ac\ROgaT`][8cZg$bV`]cUV/cU! WHERE: Emerson House, 31 Long Sands Road, York E63@3(3[S`a]\6]caS!:]\UAO\Ra@]ORG]`Y HOW MUCH: $20 6=E;C16(  INFO: 7<4=(]ZRg]`Y]`U RELATED EVENTS: @3:/B323D3<BA( Preview Party, 6 to 9 p.m. Friday; $50 N>`SdWSe>O`bg$b]'^[4`WROg)# Designer Discussion, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 10, N2SaWU\S`2WaQcaaW]\(!O[b]^[/cU York Harbor Reading Room; $55 G]`Y6O`P]`@SORW\U@]][)##



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n BENEFITS Bald Hill Boys, acoustic bluegrass, folk and rock concert with special guest pianist Dawson Hill; benefits conservation projects on Sabbathday Lake; Sabbathday Lake Grange, New Gloucester. $10; $5 for ages 18 and under. 926-4296. 7 p.m. Friday. Nicole’s 5K Run/Walk to Benefit Caring Unlimited, Lords Point, Kennebunk Beach. $20 to $25. Registration at 6:45 a.m., race at 9 a.m. Saturday. Rock Concert, with Rustic Overtnes, Sly-Chi, Grand Hotel, Pete Kilpatrick, The Pete Miller Band, Max Atter and Anderson Council; benefits the Red Cross Mid-Coast Chapter; Thomas Point Beach, Brunswick. $12 to $15; free for under age 12 and over age 80. events. Noon Saturday. Decorator Show House, tour home decorated by interior designers; benefits the Museums of Old York; Emerson House, York. $20. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 21. Through Aug. 13. Annual Tasting for Victor Ale, beer tasting, food, music, tours of the arts center, pingpong, a short film and performances by Sean Mencher and His Rhythm Kings; benefits the arts center; St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $15. 5:30 p.m. July 21.

n FAIRS/FESTIVALS Annual Sabattus Summer Festival, barbecue, games, and climbs aboard the town’s fire trucks, Sabattus Town Hall. Free; children under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult. 632-8925.


The Central Maine Egg Festival gets cracking on Tuesday and continues through Saturday with food, rides, a dance and more. 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today. Yarmouth Clam Festival, three days of events celebrating the Maine clamming industry with a parade, a diaper derby, a clam-shucking competition, fireworks and more, downtown Yarmouth. Free admission; fees for food and rides. Various times Friday to Sunday; schedule at Maine Celtic Celebration, Celtic music and culture festival, various locations, Belfast. Various times Friday to Sunday; schedule at maineceltic

Art in the Park, presented by members of the Bridgton Art Guild, Shorey Park, Bridgton. Free. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. First Parish Market Arts and Crafts Fair, First Parish Church, Freeport. Free. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Old Hallowell Day, parade, arts and crafts fair, fireworks and more, various locations, Hallowell. Most events are free. All day Saturday; schedule at Penobscot River Revival Festival, live music, artwork, demonstrations, children’s activities and

more, Bangor waterfront (near Sea Dog Brewery on Front Street). Free. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Mollyockett Day Festival, arts and crafts, fireworks, a frog-jumping contest and more, Bethel Village Common. Most events are free. Various times Saturday and Sunday; schedule at Native American PowWow, music, drumming, storytelling and more, Harbor Park, Wells. $5; $3 for seniors; free for children under 6. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Antique Auto Days, more than 250 antique vehicles on display, parade on Sunday, Boothbay Railway Village. Call for cost and times: 633-4727. Saturday and Sunday. Central Maine Egg Festival, parade, egg dishes, a street dance, barbecue, carnival rides and the world’s largest frying pan, Crosby Street, Pittsfield. Most events are free. Various times Tuesday to Saturday; schedule at Annual Country Fair, antiques and attic treasures, books, jewelry, plants and more, Southport United Methodist Church. Free. 633-4896. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday.

n SPECIAL EVENTS FRIDAY Wood Island Lighthouse Tours, Wood Island Lighthouse, Biddeford. $10; reservations required. 286-3229. 10 and 11 a.m. Friday, Saturday and Wednesday.

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Concerts through August 5


July 14, 6:30 PM

July 18, 4:00 PM

Artists of Tomorrow

Bowdoin Festival Extra Artists of Tomorrow

Suggested donation: $10

Suggested donation: $10

Artists of Tomorrow

“A Secret Love Letter,” Franz Josef Haydn, Piano Sonata No. 59 in E flat Major Arie Vardi, Piano

Suggested donation: $10


Beethoven, Beaser, Cras

July 15, 7:30 PM

July 18, 7:30 PM

Festival Fridays

Monday Sonatas

Mozart, Brahms, Liszt Crooker Theater, Brunswick High School

Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms

July 15, 1:00 PM

Renowned international artists, outstanding performances, classical repertoire and new works since 1965.

July 19, 7:30 PM

July 20, 7:30 PM

Wednesday Upbeat! Tickets: $30

Tickets: $30

Tickets: $40

ALL PERFORMANCES held at Studzinski Recital Hall, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, unless otherwise noted. (207) 725-3895 SPONSORED BY:

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and meet an 18th-century soldier on duty at Fort ANDMEETANTH CENTURYSOLDIERONDUTYAT&ORT William Henry, Colonial Pemaquid Historic Site, 7ILLIAM(ENRY #OLONIAL0EMAQUID(ISTORIC3ITE New Harbor. Free/donation, friendsofcolonialpem .EW(ARBOR&REEDONATIONFRIENDSOFCOLONIALPEM 8:30 p.m. AQUIDORGPM Continued from Page E46 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3"$ Founder's Day, music, entertainment, a craft fair &OUNDERS$AY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT ACRAFTFAIR and an antique car show; benefits the Hamlin SATURDAY ANDANANTIQUECARSHOWBENElTSTHE(AMLIN 3!452$!9 Library and Museum; Paris Hill Green, Paris. Spectacular Gardens of Scarborough Garden ,IBRARYAND-USEUM0ARIS(ILL'REEN 0ARIS 3PECTACULAR'ARDENSOF3CARBOROUGH'ARDEN $10/donation; $2 for ages 12 and younger. DONATIONFORAGESANDYOUNGER Tour, tour of nine gardens, Hunnewell House, 4OUR TOUROFNINEGARDENS (UNNEWELL(OUSE 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. PARISHILLORGAMTOPM Scarborough. $15 to $20. 839-4033. 9 a.m. to 3CARBOROUGHTO AMTO Summer Harbor Arts Show, featuring hundreds 4 p.m. 3UMMER(ARBOR!RTS3HOW FEATURINGHUNDREDS PM of artists and craftspeople from Maine and New Night Visit for Children: "All About Owls," Maine OFARTISTSANDCRAFTSPEOPLEFROM-AINEAND.EW .IGHT6ISITFOR#HILDRENh!LL!BOUT/WLS v-AINE England, Camden Harbor. (800) 223-5459. 9 a.m. %NGLAND #AMDEN(ARBOR  AM Wildlife Park, Gray. $5, $7; free for ages 3 and 7ILDLIFE0ARK 'RAY FREEFORAGESAND to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. under, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. TOPM3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY UNDERMAINEWILDLIFEPARKCOMTOPM Indoor Yard and Craft Sale, Sabbathday Lake Lighthouse Tours, one of only 40 caisson-style )NDOOR9ARDAND#RAFT3ALE 3ABBATHDAY,AKE ,IGHTHOUSE4OURS ONEOFONLYCAISSON STYLE Grange, New Gloucester. Free admission. 998lighthouses in the U.S. and the only one open 'RANGE .EW'LOUCESTER&REEADMISSION LIGHTHOUSESINTHE53ANDTHEONLYONEOPEN 2586. 8a.m. to 2 p.m. AMTOPM to visitors; must be more than 55 inches tallTOVISITORSMUSTBEMORETHANINCHESTALL "Make our Garden Grow," Broadway tunes, canceled in case of rain or fog; Spring Point Ledge h-AKEOUR'ARDEN'ROW v"ROADWAYTUNES CANCELEDINCASEOFRAINORFOG3PRING0OINT,EDGE opera arias and popular songs about flowers Lighthouse, South Portland. $5; free for children OPERAARIASANDPOPULARSONGSABOUTmOWERS ,IGHTHOUSE 3OUTH0ORTLANDFREEFORCHILDREN and gardens, Boothbay Botanical Gardens. Free; under 14. 699-2676. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday ANDGARDENS "OOTHBAY"OTANICAL'ARDENS&REE UNDER AMTOPM3ATURDAY reservations required. 633-4333. 7 p.m. RESERVATIONSREQUIRED PM and Sunday. AND3UNDAY "Passport to Discovery 2," imaginary trip across Evening Lantern Walk, tour a 1 7th-century village h0ASSPORTTO$ISCOVERY vIMAGINARYTRIPACROSS %VENING,ANTERN7ALK TOURATH CENTURYVILLAGE

the globe following the travels of museum THEGLOBEFOLLOWINGTHETRAVELSOFMUSEUM founder Edith Cleaves Barry, Brick Store Museum, FOUNDER%DITH#LEAVES"ARRY "RICK3TORE-USEUM Kennebunk. $25; $20 for family. 985-4802. 9:45 +ENNEBUNKFORFAMILY  a.m. to 3 p.m. AMTOPM

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%NOUGHTO,OSE7EIGHT v3HERMANS"OOKSAND Enough to Lose Weight," Sherman's Books and 3TATIONERY &REEPORT TOPM Stationery, Freeport. 869-9000. 1 to 3 p.m. MONDAY -/.$!9 Anne West, author of "Mapping the Intelligence !NNE7EST AUTHOROFh-APPINGTHE)NTELLIGENCE OF!RTISTIC7ORK!N%XPLORATIVE'UIDETO-AKING of Artistic Work; An Explorative Guide to Making, 4HINKINGAND7RITING v-AINE#OLLEGEOF!RT Thinking and Writing," Maine College of Art /SHER(ALL 0ORTLAND&REE PM (Osher Hall), Portland. Free. 699-5030. 6:30 p.m. TUESDAY 45%3$!9 #HARLES0IERCEAND+AREN7ALDRON h#OFFEEAND Charles Pierce and Karen Waldron, "Coffee and Conversation Series" on literature and writing, #ONVERSATION3ERIESvONLITERATUREANDWRITING College of the Atlantic (Deering Common), Bar #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC$EERING#OMMON "AR Harbor. Free. 288-5015. 9 a.m. (ARBOR&REE AM Matthew Kiell, author of "Monhegan Windows," -ATTHEW+IELL AUTHOROFh-ONHEGAN7INDOWS v Kennebooks, Kennebunk. Free; RSVP suggested. +ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK&REE2360SUGGESTED 10:30 a.m. KENNEBOOKSCOMAM "Emily Dickinson Out Loud!", Marion Jeffery h%MILY$ICKINSON/UT,OUDv -ARION*EFFERY reads the poems of Emily Dickinson, Gulf of READSTHEPOEMSOF%MILY$ICKINSON 'ULFOF Maine Books, Brunswick. 729-5083. 7 p.m. -AINE"OOKS "RUNSWICK PM Matthew Algeo, author of "The President is a Sick -ATTHEW!LGEO AUTHOROFh4HE0RESIDENTISA3ICK Man," Longfellow Books, Portland. 772-4045. -AN v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS 0ORTLAND  7 p.m. PM Maureen Stanton, author of "Killer Stuff and Tons -AUREEN3TANTON AUTHOROFh+ILLER3TUFFAND4ONS of Money: Seeking History and Hidden Gems in OF-ONEY3EEKING(ISTORYAND(IDDEN'EMSIN Flea-Market America," Maine Coast Book Shop &LEA -ARKET!MERICA v-AINE#OAST"OOK3HOP and Cafe, Damariscotta. 563-3207. 2 p.m. AND#AFE $AMARISCOTTA PM "Once Upon a Time: Interactive Story Time," h/NCE5PONA4IME)NTERACTIVE3TORY4IME v Maine authors Lynn Plourde and Toni Buzzeo read -AINEAUTHORS,YNN0LOURDEAND4ONI"UZZEOREAD to children, Seaside Pavilion, Old Orchard Beach. TOCHILDREN 3EASIDE0AVILION /LD/RCHARD"EACH $6. 934-2024. 6 p.m.  PM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Brown Bag Lecture Series: Simon Van Booy, "ROWN"AG,ECTURE3ERIES3IMON6AN"OOY author of "Love Begins in Winter" and "Everything AUTHOROFh,OVE"EGINSIN7INTERvANDh%VERYTHING Beautiful Began After," Portland Public Library, "EAUTIFUL"EGAN!FTER v0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY Rines Auditorium. Free; bring own lunch. 2282INES!UDITORIUM&REEBRINGOWNLUNCH 8264. Noon. .OON Simon Van Booy, author of "Love Begins in 3IMON6AN"OOY AUTHOROFh,OVE"EGINSIN Winter" and "Everything Beautiful Began After," 7INTERvANDh%VERYTHING"EAUTIFUL"EGAN!FTER v Space, Portland. Free; all ages. 228-8264. 7 p.m. 3PACE 0ORTLAND&REEALLAGES PM Jeanne Birdsall, author of "The Penderwicks at *EANNE"IRDSALL AUTHOROFh4HE0ENDERWICKSAT Point Moulette," Kennebooks, Kennebunk. Free; 0OINT-OULETTE v+ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK&REE RSVP suggested, 10:30 a.m. 2360SUGGESTEDKENNEBOOKSCOMAM James L.Witherell, author of "L.L. Bean: The Man *AMES,7ITHERELL AUTHOROFh,,"EAN4HE-AN and His Company," Kennebooks, Kennebunk. AND(IS#OMPANY v+ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK Free; RSVP suggested, 6:30 p.m. &REE2360SUGGESTEDKENNEBOOKSCOMPM C.S. Lambert, author of "The Sea Glass Hunter's #3,AMBERT AUTHOROFh4HE3EA'LASS(UNTERS Handbook," Maine Maritime Museum, Bath. Free. (ANDBOOK v-AINE-ARITIME-USEUM "ATH&REE Noon. MAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG.OON Maria Miller, author of "Betsy Ross and the -ARLA-ILLER AUTHOROFh"ETSY2OSSANDTHE Making of America," Montpelier-Gen. Henry Knox -AKINGOF!MERICA v-ONTPELIER 'EN(ENRY+NOX Museum, Thomaston. $8 to $15; reservations -USEUM 4HOMASTONTORESERVATIONS required. 354-8062. 7 p.m. REQUIRED PM Eli Pariser, author of "The Filter Bubble," %LI0ARISER AUTHOROFh4HE&ILTER"UBBLE v O w l & Turtle Bookstore, Camden. Free. /WL4URTLE"OOKSTORE #AMDEN&REE 6:30 p.m. OWLANDTURTLECOMPM "Stories By the Garden," Maine children's book h3TORIES"YTHE'ARDEN v-AINECHILDRENSBOOK authors and illustrators, stories and fun activitities, AUTHORSANDILLUSTRATORS STORIESANDFUNACTIVITITIES Friends School of Portland, Mackworth Island, &RIENDS3CHOOLOF0ORTLAND -ACKWORTH)SLAND Falmouth. Free. 781-6321. Lindy Shapiro, 11 a.m. &ALMOUTH&REE ,INDY3HAPIRO AM JULY 21 *5,9 Susan Conley, author of "The Foremost Good 3USAN#ONLEY AUTHOROFh4HE&OREMOST'OOD Fortune," Kennebooks, Kennebunk. Free; RSVP &ORTUNE v+ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK&REE2360 suggested, 6:30 p.m. SUGGESTEDKENNEBOOKSCOMPM Jim Nichols, author of "Hull Creek," Maine Coast *IM.ICHOLS AUTHOROFh(ULL#REEK v-AINE#OAST Book Shop and Cafe, Damariscotta. 563-3207. "OOK3HOPAND#AFE $AMARISCOTTA  5 p.m. PM

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"WAITING FOR GODOT" µE/7B7<54=@5=2=B¶ WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Friday, July 21, E63<($(!^[4`WROg8cZg  July 23, July 29, Aug. 4, Aug. 6 8cZg !8cZg '/cU"/cU$ Continued from Page E39 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3!' and Aug. 12 O\R/cU "LOVE'S LABOR'S LOST" µ:=D3¸A:/0=@¸A:=AB¶ was the summer to do it." XBTUIFTVNNFSUPEPJUw WHEN: 6:30 p.m. tonight, E63<($(!^[b]\WUVb At least part of that thinking had to do "UMFBTUQBSUPGUIBUUIJOLJOHIBEUPEP Saturday, July 22,/cU#/cUO\R Aug. 5, Aug. 11 and with the good will that Fenix engendered AObc`ROg8cZg XJUIUIFHPPEXJMMUIBU'FOJYFOHFOEFSFE Aug. 13 /cU! with last summer's production of "Twelfth XJUIMBTUTVNNFSTQSPEVDUJPOPGi5XFMGUI WHERE: Both shows at Deering Oaks, E63@3(0]bVaV]eaOb2SS`W\U=OYa Night." /JHIUw Portland >]`bZO\R To borrow a sports cliche, the company 5PCPSSPXBTQPSUTDMJDIF UIFDPNQBOZ ADMISSION: Free /2;7AA7=<(4`SS hit that one out of the ballpark. 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The hope is that this summer will be QSPEVDUJPOPGUIFQMBZ 5IFIPQFJTUIBUUIJTTVNNFSXJMMCF twice the fun. As always, the audience is Shakespeare wrote it at about the same 4IBLFTQFBSFXSPUFJUBUBCPVUUIFTBNF UXJDFUIFGVO"TBMXBZT UIFBVEJFODFJT encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets UJNFIFXSPUFi3PNFPBOE+VMJFUwBOEi" time he wrote "Romeo and Juliet" and "A FODPVSBHFEUPCSJOHMBXODIBJST CMBOLFUT and picnics. Midsummer Night's Dream." .JETVNNFS/JHIUT%SFBNw BOEQJDOJDT Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" is an The play is about the King of Navarre, 5IFQMBZJTBCPVUUIF,JOHPG/BWBSSF  #FDLFUUTi8BJUJOHGPS(PEPUwJTBO inspired choice. Most people are familiar XIPQMFEHFT BMPOHXJUIBUSJPPGDPN who pledges, along with a trio of comJOTQJSFEDIPJDF.PTUQFPQMFBSFGBNJMJBS with the title; it was a staple of high school QBOJPOT UPSFGSBJOGSPNUIFUFNQUBUJPOT panions, to refrain from the temptations XJUIUIFUJUMFJUXBTBTUBQMFPGIJHITDIPPM literature classes for many of us growing PGXPNFOJOGBWPSPGTFSJPVTTUVEZ5IBU of women in favor of serious study That MJUFSBUVSFDMBTTFTGPSNBOZPGVTHSPXJOH up. It's also a good piece of theater, and pledge lasts only as long as the princess QMFEHFMBTUTPOMZBTMPOHBTUIFQSJODFTT VQ*UTBMTPBHPPEQJFDFPGUIFBUFS BOE a fairly easy play to stage with minimal and her three ladies come calling. BOEIFSUISFFMBEJFTDPNFDBMMJOH BGBJSMZFBTZQMBZUPTUBHFXJUINJOJNBM costumes, a single set and a small cast. Sally Wood directs a cast of 14 for the 4BMMZ8PPEEJSFDUTBDBTUPGGPSUIF DPTUVNFT BTJOHMFTFUBOEBTNBMMDBTU Fenix production. "Godot" is one of the most discussed, 'FOJYQSPEVDUJPO i(PEPUwJTPOFPGUIFNPTUEJTDVTTFE  debated and interpreted plays in the In recent summers, the company has *OSFDFOUTVNNFST UIFDPNQBOZIBT EFCBUFEBOEJOUFSQSFUFEQMBZTJOUIF history of theater. Beckett, an Irish-born produced "The Taming of the Shrew," "A QSPEVDFEi5IF5BNJOHPGUIF4ISFX wi" IJTUPSZPGUIFBUFS#FDLFUU BO*SJTICPSO novelist and playwright, lived most of the .JETVNNFS/JHIUT%SFBNwBOEi5XFMGUI Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Twelfth OPWFMJTUBOEQMBZXSJHIU MJWFENPTUPGUIF 20th century, from 1906 to 1989. He wrote Night" - classics all, and all comedies. /JHIUwoDMBTTJDTBMM BOEBMMDPNFEJFT UIDFOUVSZ GSPNUP)FXSPUF "Godot" in 1948, and described it as a Producing a comedy in the casual atmo1SPEVDJOHBDPNFEZJOUIFDBTVBMBUNP i(PEPUwJO BOEEFTDSJCFEJUBTB "tragicomedy in two acts." sphere of Deering Oaks feels like the right TQIFSFPG%FFSJOH0BLTGFFMTMJLFUIFSJHIU iUSBHJDPNFEZJOUXPBDUTw strategy, but Cameron said Fenix must be Cameron will direct the show, which TUSBUFHZ CVU$BNFSPOTBJE'FOJYNVTUCF $BNFSPOXJMMEJSFDUUIFTIPX XIJDI careful about becoming predictable. stars David Butler, Matt Delamater, DBSFGVMBCPVUCFDPNJOHQSFEJDUBCMF TUBST%BWJE#VUMFS .BUU%FMBNBUFS  Daniel Noel, Johnny Speckman and Lucas i8FEPOUXBOUUPSVOUISPVHIBMMUIF "We don't want to run through all the %BOJFM/PFM +PIOOZ4QFDLNBOBOE-VDBT Cuellar. masterpieces right away," he said. 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Pastel Painters of Maine, 12th international juried 4HROUGH*ULY 0ASTEL0AINTERSOF-AINE THINTERNATIONALJURIED Lloyd Metcalf, "It Is What It Is," West Buxton exhibition, Heartwood College of Art, Kennebunk. ,LOYD-ETCALF h)T)S7HAT)T)S v7EST"UXTON EXHIBITION (EARTWOOD#OLLEGEOF!RT +ENNEBUNK Public Library. 727-5898. Through July 30. 0UBLIC,IBRARY 4HROUGH*ULY 854-2378. Through Saturday.  4HROUGH3ATURDAY Charles Martin, cartoonist, artist and illustrator #HARLES-ARTIN CARTOONIST ARTISTANDILLUSTRATOR Alan Bray, Michael Reece, Jan Rosenbaum !LAN"RAY -ICHAEL2EECE *AN2OSENBAUM who created more than 200 covers for The New WHOCREATEDMORETHANCOVERSFOR4HE.EW and Kristin Malin, painting and photography, AND+RISTIN-ALIN PAINTINGANDPHOTOGRAPHY Yorker magazine, Green hut Galleries, Portland. 9ORKERMAGAZINE 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland. 594-5935. Through #ALDBECK'ALLERY 2OCKLAND 4HROUGH 772-2693. Through July 30.  4HROUGH*ULY Saturday. 3ATURDAY "Scenes I've Seen," paintings by Thomas h3CENES)VE3EEN vPAINTINGSBY4HOMAS "Botanical Drawings," Elizabeth Moss Gallery, h"OTANICAL$RAWINGS v%LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY Connolly, Greenhut Galleries, Portland. 772#ONNOLLY 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND Falmouth. 781-2620. Through Monday. &ALMOUTH 4HROUGH-ONDAY 2693. Through July 30. 4HROUGH*ULY "New Works," by Craig Mooney and Henry h.EW7ORKS vBY#RAIG-OONEYAND(ENRY "Drawing the Line #2" by Noriko Sakanishi, h$RAWINGTHE,INEvBY.ORIKO3AKANISHI Isaacs, Gallery on Chase Hill, Kennebunkport. )SAACS 'ALLERYON#HASE(ILL +ENNEBUNKPORT "Drawing the Line #3" by Ken Greenleaf and h$RAWINGTHE,INEvBY+EN'REENLEAFAND Through July 21. MAINE ARTCOM4HROUGH*ULY "Drawing the Line #4" by various artists, June h$RAWINGTHE,INEvBYVARIOUSARTISTS *UNE "Charting a Story: Martha Stewart's Map h#HARTINGA3TORY-ARTHA3TEWARTS-AP Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA, Portland. 772-1961. Collection," old maps of Mt. 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Lewiston. 753-6500. Through Aug. 12. ,EWISTON 4HROUGH!UG h#OLLECTIBLESAND!CCUMULATIONS vMIXED MEDIA "Collectibles and Accumulations," mixed-media work by Brooklyn, N.Y., artist Aidan Sofia Earle, WORKBY"ROOKLYN .9 ARTIST!IDAN3OlA%ARLE Perimeter Gallery, Belfast. 338-0555. Through 0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFAST 4HROUGH Aug. 13. !UG "In a Nutshell: The Worlds of Maurice Sendak," h)NA.UTSHELL4HE7ORLDSOF-AURICE3ENDAK v TRAVELINGEXHIBITOFILLUSTRATIONS 9ORK0UBLIC traveling exhibit of illustrations, York Public ,IBRARY 4HROUGH!UG Library. 363-2818. Through Aug. 19. h4RANSFORMATIONS vMORETHANWORKSBYMEN "Transformations," more than 20 works by men in long-term recovery at the Milestone Foundation INLONG TERMRECOVERYATTHE-ILESTONE&OUNDATION of Old Orchard Beach, Merrill Memorial Library, OF/LD/RCHARD"EACH -ERRILL-EMORIAL,IBRARY Yarmouth. 847-3001. Through Aug. 27. 9ARMOUTH 4HROUGH!UG h4HREE6IEWS vPAINTINGSBY%LISE!NSEL +ATE "Three Views," paintings by Elise Ansel, Kate Emlen and Tom Glover, Thos. Moser Showroom, %MLENAND4OM'LOVER 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM Freeport. 865-4519. Through Aug. 28. &REEPORT 4HROUGH!UG "Across Landscapes," group exhibit by Lyn h!CROSS,ANDSCAPES vGROUPEXHIBITBY,YN Asselta, Susan Bailey, Dean Diggins, Leslie !SSELTA 3USAN"AILEY $EAN$IGGINS ,ESLIE $OHERTY !NN'ILLESPIE 3UZIE'OODWIN 2OBERT Doherty, Ann Gillespie, Suzie Goodwin, Robert Hollingworth, Natalie MacKnight, Anthony (OLLINGWORTH .ATALIE-AC+NIGHT !NTHONY Montanino and Gail Sauter; Haley Farm Gallery, -ONTANINOAND'AIL3AUTER(ALEY&ARM'ALLERY Kittery. 439-2669. Through Aug. 31. +ITTERY 4HROUGH!UG "To Hear the Forest Speaking," Heidi Daub h4O(EARTHE&OREST3PEAKING v(EIDI$AUB paintings based on original prose, Markings PAINTINGSBASEDONORIGINALPROSE -ARKINGS Gallery, Bath. 443-1499. Through Aug. 31. 'ALLERY "ATH 4HROUGH!UG "New Work By Faculty," Center for Furniture h.EW7ORK"Y&ACULTY v#ENTERFOR&URNITURE Craftsmanship, Rockport. #RAFTSMANSHIP 2OCKPORTWOODSCHOOLORG Through Sept. 9. 4HROUGH3EPT "Georgetown Goes Modern: The Modern Art h'EORGETOWN'OES-ODERN4HE-ODERN!RT Movement Meets an Island Community," historic -OVEMENT-EETSAN)SLAND#OMMUNITY vHISTORIC paintings, photographs, sculptures and artifacts, PAINTINGS PHOTOGRAPHS SCULPTURESANDARTIFACTS Georgetown Historical Society. 371-9200. 'EORGETOWN(ISTORICAL3OCIETY  Through Sept. 10. 4HROUGH3EPT "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 ,EA0ETERSONAND Susan Zimmerman, Old Post Office Gallery, 3USAN:IMMERMAN /LD0OST/FlCE'ALLERY Georgetown. Through Sept. 11. 'EORGETOWN4HROUGH3EPT "A League of Our Own," etchings, photography h!,EAGUEOF/UR/WN vETCHINGS PHOTOGRAPHY and colored porcelain, Red Door Pottery Studio ANDCOLOREDPORCELAIN 2ED$OOR0OTTERY3TUDIO and Gallery Shop, Kittery. 439-5671. Through AND'ALLERY3HOP +ITTERY 4HROUGH Sept. 24. 3EPT Franciska Needham, artwork, with other &RANCISKA.EEDHAM ARTWORK WITHOTHER artists' sculptures, Franciska Needham Gallery, ARTISTSSCULPTURES &RANCISKA.EEDHAM'ALLERY Damariscotta. 563-1227. Through Sept. 30. $AMARISCOTTA 4HROUGH3EPT "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 "High Seas and a Safe Harbor: Kennebunkport's h(IGH3EASANDA3AFE(ARBOR+ENNEBUNKPORTS Age of Sail," maritime exhibition, Pasco !GEOF3AIL vMARITIMEEXHIBITION 0ASCO Center of Kennebunkport Historical Society, #ENTEROF+ENNEBUNKPORT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY Kennebunkport. 967-2751. Through Oct. 7. +ENNEBUNKPORT 4HROUGH/CT Daniel Corey, oil paintings by special invited $ANIEL#OREY OILPAINTINGSBYSPECIALINVITED artist for 2011, Pemaquid Art Gallery. 677-2078. ARTISTFOR 0EMAQUID!RT'ALLERY  Through Oct. 10. 4HROUGH/CT

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