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MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE DLJ@:8E;E@>?KC@=< Rory Block, blues, 2ORY"LOCK BLUES all ages; Jonathan's ALLAGES*ONATHANS TODAY Restaurant, Ogunquit. 2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT 4/$!9 INADVANCE Country Bluegrass, several groups performing, $22.50 in advance; #OUNTRY"LUEGRASS SEVERALGROUPSPERFORMING DAYOFSHOW CABINSAVAILABLE &!2-0ARK &ORT&AIRlELD cabins available, F.A.R.M Park, Fort Fairfield. $25 day of show. Various times today Jonathans JONATHANS WWWCOUNTRYBLUEGRASSCOM6ARIOUSTIMESTODAY 8 p.m. to Sunday. RESTAURANTCOMPM TO3UNDAY Let's Hang O n , Joint Chiefs, acoustic trio, Portland Lobster ,ETS(ANG/N *OINT#HIEFS ACOUSTICTRIO 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company. Free, Frankie Valli tribute, &RANKIE6ALLITRIBUTE #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM 6 to 9 p.m. Seaside Pavilion, O l d 3EASIDE0AVILION /LD TOPM Orchard Beach. $11 Portland Jazz Orchestra, One Longfellow Square, /RCHARD"EACH 0ORTLAND*AZZ/RCHESTRA /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE Portland. $5 in advance and for students and in advance; $14 day INADVANCEDAY 0ORTLANDINADVANCEANDFORSTUDENTSAND seniors; $9 at door, of show. 934-2024. OFSHOW  SENIORSATDOORONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOM 8 p.m. 7 p.m. PM PM 1]c`bSag^V]b] Courtesy photo Sita anfj T h e Paragon Ragtime Orchestra, Stonington Opera 3ITAAND4HE 0ARAGON2AGTIME/RCHESTRA 3TONINGTON/PERA ;O`g1VO^W\ Mary Chapin Hanumen, world House. $20; free for island students. 367-2788. (ANUMEN WORLD (OUSEFREEFORISLANDSTUDENTS  1O`^S\bS`^ZOga C a r p e n t e r plays music, The 7 p.m. MUSIC 4HE PM Ab]\S;]c\bOW\ Stone Mountain Awake Collective, Paul Sullivan and Theresa Thompson, jazz, blues !WAKE#OLLECTIVE 0AUL3ULLIVANAND4HERESA4HOMPSON JAZZ BLUES b]\WUVbO\RbVS tonight and the Portland. $22. and gospel, Opera House at Boothbay Harbor. 0ORTLAND ANDGOSPEL /PERA(OUSEAT"OOTHBAY(ARBOR Ab`O\RBVSOb`S]\ Strand Theatre on $20. 633-5159. 7:30 p.m. AWAKECOLLECTIVECOM  PM Friday. 7 to 9:30 p.m. Enter the Haggis, Celtic rock, with Carbon Leaf, 4`WROg TOPM %NTERTHE(AGGIS #ELTICROCK WITH#ARBON,EAF 21-plus; The Landing at Pine Point, Scarborough. Paddy Mills, 0ADDY-ILLS  PLUS4HE,ANDINGAT0INE0OINT 3CARBOROUGH $1 7.50, $22.50. contemporary folk, CONTEMPORARYFOLK  THELANDINGATPINEPOINTCOM 8 p.m. Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/ ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REE PM donations. 899-3529. 7 to 9 p.m. Summer Lakeside Concerts, with Perpetual DONATIONS TOPM 3UMMER,AKESIDE#ONCERTS WITH0ERPETUAL Tricky Britches, bluegrass/country/folk-rock, e-Motion (acoustic prog-rock), Bates College 4RICKY"RITCHES BLUEGRASSCOUNTRYFOLK ROCK E -OTIONACOUSTICPROG ROCK "ATES#OLLEGE Freeport Factory Stage. $10. 865-5505. 7:30 p.m. (Keigwin Amphitheater), Lewiston. Free. 786&REEPORT&ACTORY3TAGE PM +EIGWIN!MPHITHEATER ,EWISTON&REE Wavelength, music from the '50s to today, music 6330. 6 p.m. 7AVELENGTH MUSICFROMTHESTOTODAY MUSIC PM cruise, Casco Bay Lines, Portland. $15, $16. 774Edwin McCain, rock/pop, all ages, CRUISE #ASCO"AY,INES 0ORTLAND  %DWIN-C#AIN ROCKPOP ALLAGES 7871. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Jonathan's Restaurant, Ogunquit. $41.50. TOPM *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT Tibetan Singing Bowls, by sound therapist Lori 8 p.m. 4IBETAN3INGING"OWLS BYSOUNDTHERAPIST,ORI JONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM LeBlanc, Start Center, Camden. $5 to $15/ Summer Music Concert Series, with singer,E"LANC 3TART#ENTER #AMDENTO 3UMMER-USIC#ONCERT3ERIES WITHSINGER donation. 208-7492. 7 p.m. songwriter Billy Libby, Lithgow Public Library, DONATION PM SONGWRITER"ILLY,IBBY ,ITHGOW0UBLIC,IBRARY Schooner Fare, folk duo, Deertrees Theatre, Augusta. Free. 626-2415. 6:30 p.m. 3CHOONER&ARE FOLKDUO $EERTREES4HEATRE !UGUSTA&REE PM Harrison. $9 to $15. 583-6747. 8 p.m. Ian Sherwood, award-winning singer-songwriter, (ARRISONTO PM )AN3HERWOOD AWARD WINNINGSINGER SONGWRITER Friday Noon Concert Series, with Bob Danzilo, Unity Centre for the Performing Arts. $15. 948&RIDAY.OON#ONCERT3ERIES WITH"OB$ANZILO 5NITY#ENTREFORTHE0ERFORMING!RTS singer/songwriter, Post Office Park, Portland. Free. 7469. 7:30 p.m. SINGERSONGWRITER 0OST/FlCE0ARK 0ORTLAND&REE PM Noon. Pretty Girls Sing Soprano, duo sings covers and PORTLANDMAINECOM.OON 0RETTY'IRLS3ING3OPRANO DUOSINGSCOVERSAND Charles R. Brown: "A Retrospective originals, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. #HARLES2"ROWNh!2ETROSPECTIVE ORIGINALS ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND Performance," blues/jazz, St. Lawrence Arts Free/donation. 899-3529. 7 to 9 p.m. 0ERFORMANCE vBLUESJAZZ 3T,AWRENCE!RTS &REEDONATION TOPM Center, Portland. $10, $12. Motor Booty Affair, funk/disco, Memorial #ENTER 0ORTLAND STLAWRENCEARTSORG -OTOR"OOTY!FFAIR FUNKDISCO -EMORIAL 7:30 p.m. Park at Oak Hill, Scarborough. Free. PM 0ARKAT/AK(ILL 3CARBOROUGH&REE 6:30 p.m. Jason SpoonerTrio, acoustic trio, Portland Lobster *ASON3POONER4RIO ACOUSTICTRIO 0ORTLAND,OBSTER MOTORBOOTYAFFAIRCOMPM Hot Summer Nights Music Series, with Chronic Company. 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Monroe, and has played with David Gris.POSPF BOEIBTQMBZFEXJUI%BWJE(SJT man and Jerry Garcia at various times. NBOBOE+FSSZ(BSDJBBUWBSJPVTUJNFT The Kruger Brothers, originally from 5IF,SVHFS#SPUIFST PSJHJOBMMZGSPN Switzerland, headline festivals around 4XJU[FSMBOE IFBEMJOFGFTUJWBMTBSPVOE the country. Rowan and his band will UIFDPVOUSZ3PXBOBOEIJTCBOEXJMM perform at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, after The QFSGPSNBUQN4BUVSEBZ BGUFS5IF Infamous Stringdusters; The Kruger *OGBNPVT4USJOHEVTUFST5IF,SVHFS Brothers will perform at 9:30 p.m. Friday. #SPUIFSTXJMMQFSGPSNBUQN'SJEBZ Some of the more than three dozen 4PNFPGUIFNPSFUIBOUISFFEP[FO performers scheduled to play over the QFSGPSNFSTTDIFEVMFEUPQMBZPWFSUIF four days of the festival include Eilen GPVSEBZTPGUIFGFTUJWBMJODMVEF&JMFO Jewell, The Parkington Sisters, The +FXFMM 5IF1BSLJOHUPO4JTUFST 5IF Frank Vignola Quartet (including former 'SBOL7JHOPMB2VBSUFU JODMVEJOHGPSNFS members of Les Paul's band), Red Molly, NFNCFSTPG-FT1BVMTCBOE 3FE.PMMZ  The Spinney Brothers, The Wiyos, Sierra 5IF4QJOOFZ#SPUIFST 5IF8JZPT 4JFSSB Hull, The Hillbenders, Miss Tess and The )VMM 5IF)JMMCFOEFST .JTT5FTTBOE5IF Bon Ton Parade, and Old Sledge. #PO5PO1BSBEF BOE0ME4MFEHF There will be five performances to kick 5IFSFXJMMCFmWFQFSGPSNBODFTUPLJDL off the festival tonight - including The PGGUIFGFTUJWBMUPOJHIUoJODMVEJOH5IF Wiyos and Red Molly - then about 15 to 8JZPTBOE3FE.PMMZoUIFOBCPVUUP 20 performances per day on Friday and QFSGPSNBODFTQFSEBZPO'SJEBZBOE Saturday, and about a dozen on Sunday. 4BUVSEBZ BOEBCPVUBEP[FOPO4VOEBZ The festival will also include workshops, 5IFGFTUJWBMXJMMBMTPJODMVEFXPSLTIPQT  dances, late-night jams and several conEBODFT MBUFOJHIUKBNTBOETFWFSBMDPO tests that feature performances, includUFTUTUIBUGFBUVSFQFSGPSNBODFT JODMVE ing competitions for bands, songwriting JOHDPNQFUJUJPOTGPSCBOET TPOHXSJUJOH and flat-picking. BOEnBUQJDLJOH Johnson, whose family runs Apple +PIOTPO XIPTFGBNJMZSVOT"QQMF Acres farm in South Hiram, started the "DSFTGBSNJO4PVUI)JSBN TUBSUFEUIF festival in 1999 as a "glorified picking sesGFTUJWBMJOBTBiHMPSJmFEQJDLJOHTFT


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sion" for friends. But now the festival has TJPOwGPSGSJFOET#VUOPXUIFGFTUJWBMIBT corporate sponsors, and drew 5,000 fans DPSQPSBUFTQPOTPST BOEESFX GBOT last year. MBTUZFBS The festival is getting well-known 5IFGFTUJWBMJTHFUUJOHXFMMLOPXO among bluegrass and acoustic musicians. BNPOHCMVFHSBTTBOEBDPVTUJDNVTJDJBOT Pandolfi has played the festival before as 1BOEPMmIBTQMBZFEUIFGFTUJWBMCFGPSFBT a member of other groups. BNFNCFSPGPUIFSHSPVQT "I'm excited to get there again," he said. i*NFYDJUFEUPHFUUIFSFBHBJO wIFTBJE "I like getting out to all these different i*MJLFHFUUJOHPVUUPBMMUIFTFEJGGFSFOU festivals, from the ones with 40,000 people GFTUJWBMT GSPNUIFPOFTXJUI QFPQMF to the ones with a couple thousand. That UPUIFPOFTXJUIBDPVQMFUIPVTBOE5IBU way, you get to reach out to a lot of differXBZ ZPVHFUUPSFBDIPVUUPBMPUPGEJGGFS ent kinds of people." FOULJOETPGQFPQMFw The Infamous Stringdusters are based 5IF*OGBNPVT4USJOHEVTUFSTBSFCBTFE in Charlottesville, Va., although some JO$IBSMPUUFTWJMMF 7B BMUIPVHITPNF members live in Nashville. The band reNFNCFSTMJWFJO/BTIWJMMF5IFCBOESF corded its first album, "Fork in the Road," DPSEFEJUTmSTUBMCVN i'PSLJOUIF3PBE w in 2007. JO In 2010, the band was nominated for a *O UIFCBOEXBTOPNJOBUFEGPSB Grammy Award for best country instru(SBNNZ"XBSEGPSCFTUDPVOUSZJOTUSV mental for the song "Magic #9." NFOUBMGPSUIFTPOHi.BHJDw It was probably helpful in gaining that *UXBTQSPCBCMZIFMQGVMJOHBJOJOHUIBU nomination that the band's music is not OPNJOBUJPOUIBUUIFCBOETNVTJDJTOPU strictly denned as bluegrass. TUSJDUMZEFmOFEBTCMVFHSBTT "We didn't win, but we did go, and we i8FEJEOUXJO CVUXFEJEHP BOEXF had a great time," said Pandolfi. "We don't IBEBHSFBUUJNF wTBJE1BOEPMmi8FEPOU mind being called bluegrass, but unfortuNJOECFJOHDBMMFECMVFHSBTT CVUVOGPSUV nately, when you throw out a genre, you OBUFMZ XIFOZPVUISPXPVUBHFOSF ZPV do nothing but close doors. We're just tryEPOPUIJOHCVUDMPTFEPPST8FSFKVTUUSZ ing to reach a larger audience, just trying JOHUPSFBDIBMBSHFSBVEJFODF KVTUUSZJOH to make a living." UPNBLFBMJWJOHw Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be contacted at 791AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%' 6454 or at: $"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Delta Generators, Delta blues/early rock, One $ELTA'ENERATORS $ELTABLUESEARLYROCK /NE Longfellow Square, Portland. $12 in advance; $15 ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE at door, 8 p.m. ATDOORONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Jimmy Webb, singer/songwriter, Stone Mountain *IMMY7EBB SINGERSONGWRITER 3TONE-OUNTAIN Arts Center, Browntield. $30. stonemountainarts !RTS#ENTER "ROWNlELDSTONEMOUNTAINARTS 8 p.m. CENTERCOMPM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Reel Big Fish, ska/punk, with Streetlight Manifesto, 2EEL"IG&ISH SKAPUNK WITH3TREETLIGHT-ANIFESTO Radio Ruby Love and New Riot, State Theatre, 2ADIO2UBY,OVEAND.EW2IOT 3TATE4HEATRE Portland. $20 in advance; $23 day of show, state 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOWSTATE 7 p.m. THEATREPORTLANDCOMPM Weekly Music Jam Sessions, bring an instrument 7EEKLY-USIC*AM3ESSIONS BRINGANINSTRUMENT or just listen, Sail Power and Steam Museum, ORJUSTLISTEN 3AIL0OWERAND3TEAM-USEUM Rockland. Free. 701-7627. 2 to 4 p.m. 2OCKLAND&REE TOPM Trillium, Celtic pop and jazz standards, benefits 4RILLIUM #ELTICPOPANDJAZZSTANDARDS BENElTS Cundy's Harbor Library; Cundy's Harbor #UNDYS(ARBOR,IBRARY#UNDYS(ARBOR Community Hall, Harpswell. $5 to $10. 725#OMMUNITY(ALL (ARPSWELLTO 7835. 7 p.m. PM Cullu Reggae Sundays, all ages, Porthole #ULLU2EGGAE3UNDAYS ALLAGES 0ORTHOLE Restaurant, Portland. $3. 780-6533. 4 to 8 p.m. 2ESTAURANT 0ORTLAND TOPM

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     Maeve Gilchrist to Perform       in Celtic Music Festival Opener Saturday, July 30, 6:30pm       Internationally acclaimed Celtic harpist  

     Maeve Gilchrist will open the 2011    

   Saltwater Celtic Music Festival in an      

  evening performance at Maine Maritime        Museum. !   "  #

The Scotland-born artist's  chromatic and improvisational style draws      

   on folk and jazz elements, creating unique   $  %&&  '  ( and colorful performances which enthrall  


audiences wherever she plays.        Tickets are $10 for museum members;      $15 for nonmembers. Advance reservations        recommended. Available at    

Lakeside Theater, Rangeley. $15 to $20. 864,AKESIDE4HEATER 2ANGELEYTO PM 5000. 7 p.m. .ATALIE-AC-ASTERAND$ONNELL,EAHYh4WO Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy: "Two &IDDLES 4WO0IANOS vALLAGES*ONATHANS Fiddles,Two Pianos," all ages; Jonathan's Continued from Page E10 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 Restaurant, Ogunquit. $53.50 in advance; $59.50 2ESTAURANT /GUNQUITINADVANCE day of show, 8 p.m. DAYOFSHOWJONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM !RTHUR7EBSTERAND4HE(OLY-ACKERELS ACOUSTIC Arthur Webster and The Holy Mackerels, acoustic 'LENN-ILLER/RCHESTRA BIG BANDJAZZ 3EASIDE Glenn Miller Orchestra, big-band jazz, Seaside quartet, Robinson's Wharf, Southport. 633-3830. QUARTET 2OBINSONS7HARF 3OUTHPORT  0AVILION /LD/RCHARD"EACHINADVANCE Pavilion, Old Orchard Beach. $15 in advance; 1 to 4 p.m. TOPM $19 day of show. 934-2024. 6:30 p.m. DAYOFSHOW PM .AIA #ELTICmUTEANDHARPDUO &IRST Naia, Celtic flute and harp duo, First (OUSTON#HILDRENS#HORUS FEATURING Houston Children's Chorus, featuring 200 Congregational Church, Camden. Free. 236-4821. #ONGREGATIONAL#HURCH #AMDEN&REE  children ages 9 to 14, Ogunquit Baptist Church. CHILDRENAGESTO /GUNQUIT"APTIST#HURCH 4 p.m. PM Free/donation, 7 p.m. &REEDONATIONHOUSTONCHILDRENORGPM Women of Note, a capella, Atria Kennebunk, 7OMENOF.OTE ACAPELLA !TRIA+ENNEBUNK Summer Organ Concert Series, with organ player 3UMMER/RGAN#ONCERT3ERIES WITHORGANPLAYER Kennebunk. Free. 229-0434. 2 p.m. +ENNEBUNK&REE PM Christopher Ganza, First Parish Church United #HRISTOPHER'ANZA &IRST0ARISH#HURCH5NITED Mitch Alden, acoustic guitar, Portland Lobster -ITCH!LDEN ACOUSTICGUITAR 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Church of Christ, Brunswick. $5/donation. 729#HURCHOF#HRIST "RUNSWICKDONATION Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM 7331. Noon. .OON Noon to 4 p.m. .OONTOPM 2011 Cornish Bandstand Summer Series, #ORNISH"ANDSTAND3UMMER3ERIES *ERKSOF'RASS BLUEGRASS 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Jerks of Grass, bluegrass, Portland Lobster with Tricky Britches (bluegrass/rock), Cornish WITH4RICKY"RITCHESBLUEGRASSROCK #ORNISH Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM "ANDSTAND&REEPM Bandstand. Free. 7 p.m. 5 to 8 p.m. TOPM Royal River Philharmonic Jazz Band, Gazebo, 2OYAL2IVER0HILHARMONIC*AZZ"AND 'AZEBO Gorham. Free. 6:30 to 8 p.m. 'ORHAM&REETOPM MONDAY -/.$!9 Belfast Brogue, pub-style Irish music on the "ELFAST"ROGUE PUB STYLE)RISHMUSICONTHE JJ Chaisson's PEI Kitchen Party, Celtic and fiddle **#HAISSONS0%)+ITCHEN0ARTY #ELTICANDlDDLE library front lawn, Thomas Memorial Library, Cape LIBRARYFRONTLAWN 4HOMAS-EMORIAL,IBRARY #APE music, Unity Centre for the Performing Arts. $15. MUSIC 5NITY#ENTREFORTHE0ERFORMING!RTS Elizabeth. Free, 6:30 %LIZABETH&REETHOMASMEMORIALLIBRARYORG 948-7469. 7:30 p.m.  PM p.m. PM Pete Kilpatrick Duo, acoustic pop/rock, Portland 0ETE+ILPATRICK$UO ACOUSTICPOPROCK 0ORTLAND The Still, acoustic rock, Portland Lobster 4HE3TILL ACOUSTICROCK 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Lobster Company. Free, portlandlobstercompany. ,OBSTER#OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANY Company. Free, 6 #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM com. 6 to 9 p.m. COMTOPM to 9 p.m. TOPM


TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Havana Nights Summer Series, with Primo (AVANA.IGHTS3UMMER3ERIES WITH0RIMO Cubano, Latin music, The Landing at Pine Point, #UBANO ,ATINMUSIC 4HE,ANDINGAT0INE0OINT Scarborough. Free, 6 3CARBOROUGH&REETHELANDINGATPINEPOINTCOM to 9 p.m. TOPM The Bb (B-flat) Sisters, traditional folk music, 4HE"B" mAT 3ISTERS TRADITIONALFOLKMUSIC

WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble, Strand ,OUISIANA2EPERTORY*AZZ%NSEMBLE 3TRAND Theatre, Rockland. $30 to $40; $8 for students. 4HEATRE 2OCKLANDTOFORSTUDENTS 236-2823. 8 p.m.  PM

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Between work and school, how does #FUXFFOXPSLBOETDIPPM IPXEPFT the band find time to get better toUIFCBOEmOEUJNFUPHFUCFUUFSUP gether? HFUIFS That's a loaded question. Huak has been 5IBUTBMPBEFERVFTUJPO)VBLIBTCFFO wrought with scheduling problems from XSPVHIUXJUITDIFEVMJOHQSPCMFNTGSPN the get-go, and this paired with lack of reUIFHFUHP BOEUIJTQBJSFEXJUIMBDLPGSF liable transportation has definitely slowed MJBCMFUSBOTQPSUBUJPOIBTEFmOJUFMZTMPXFE our pace. Overall though, I would say we PVSQBDF0WFSBMMUIPVHI *XPVMETBZXF are getting better at the science of formuBSFHFUUJOHCFUUFSBUUIFTDJFODFPGGPSNV lating songs people want to hear and that MBUJOHTPOHTQFPQMFXBOUUPIFBSBOEUIBU we want to play in the time our schedules XFXBOUUPQMBZJOUIFUJNFPVSTDIFEVMFT allow. For me, work and school serve as a BMMPX'PSNF XPSLBOETDIPPMTFSWFBTB means of expanding my thought proNFBOTPGFYQBOEJOHNZUIPVHIUQSP cesses and tightening my lyrical focus. DFTTFTBOEUJHIUFOJOHNZMZSJDBMGPDVT I've never understood the musicians who *WFOFWFSVOEFSTUPPEUIFNVTJDJBOTXIP think locking themselves in some turret UIJOLMPDLJOHUIFNTFMWFTJOTPNFUVSSFU far away from the rest of the world will GBSBXBZGSPNUIFSFTUPGUIFXPSMEXJMM help them produce a great record. IFMQUIFNQSPEVDFBHSFBUSFDPSE I need experience in other areas of *OFFEFYQFSJFODFJOPUIFSBSFBTPG life as the raw material to deconstruct/ MJGFBTUIFSBXNBUFSJBMUPEFDPOTUSVDU rearrange and create something from. SFBSSBOHFBOEDSFBUFTPNFUIJOHGSPN Whether it's a play I read for class or the 8IFUIFSJUTBQMBZ*SFBEGPSDMBTTPSUIF terrible feeling of watching the clock at UFSSJCMFGFFMJOHPGXBUDIJOHUIFDMPDLBU work, it's all raw material. XPSL JUTBMMSBXNBUFSJBM

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How does playing a house party com)PXEPFTQMBZJOHBIPVTFQBSUZDPN pare to a regular old stage show? QBSFUPBSFHVMBSPMETUBHFTIPX As far as venue vs. house show goes, for "TGBSBTWFOVFWTIPVTFTIPXHPFT GPS the most part I think that house shows are UIFNPTUQBSU*UIJOLUIBUIPVTFTIPXTBSF a better experience for everyone involved. BCFUUFSFYQFSJFODFGPSFWFSZPOFJOWPMWFE They're just more democratic. There's 5IFZSFKVTUNPSFEFNPDSBUJD5IFSFT none of the epic performer/audience OPOFPGUIFFQJDQFSGPSNFSBVEJFODF divide that makes rock 'if roll another EJWJEFUIBUNBLFTSPDLOSPMMBOPUIFS uncomfortable tentacle of capitalism. The VODPNGPSUBCMFUFOUBDMFPGDBQJUBMJTN5IF floor is the stage and the stage is the floor, nPPSJTUIFTUBHFBOEUIFTUBHFJTUIFnPPS  so the channels of communication are TPUIFDIBOOFMTPGDPNNVOJDBUJPOBSF always open. BMXBZTPQFO Things can go wrong, but there's none of 5IJOHTDBOHPXSPOH CVUUIFSFTOPOFPG the pretension of professionalism that exUIFQSFUFOTJPOPGQSPGFTTJPOBMJTNUIBUFY ists in some Portland venues, a phoniness JTUTJOTPNF1PSUMBOEWFOVFT BQIPOJOFTT that makes me hate the experience. My UIBUNBLFTNFIBUFUIFFYQFSJFODF.Z musical ambitions are more in line with NVTJDBMBNCJUJPOTBSFNPSFJOMJOFXJUI

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house shows; I just want to share ideas IPVTFTIPXT*KVTUXBOUUPTIBSFJEFBT with people and make new friends, not try XJUIQFPQMFBOENBLFOFXGSJFOET OPUUSZ to take over the world by forcing songs on UPUBLFPWFSUIFXPSMECZGPSDJOHTPOHTPO people looking at their watches. QFPQMFMPPLJOHBUUIFJSXBUDIFT Describe a moment putting your %FTDSJCFBNPNFOUQVUUJOHZPVS upcoming LP together when the band VQDPNJOH-1UPHFUIFSXIFOUIFCBOE really clicked. SFBMMZDMJDLFE The LP has taken so long to put together 5IF-1IBTUBLFOTPMPOHUPQVUUPHFUIFS that there are probably plenty of instances UIBUUIFSFBSFQSPCBCMZQMFOUZPGJOTUBODFT of things clicking. It happens a lot in the PGUIJOHTDMJDLJOH*UIBQQFOTBMPUJOUIF actual song construction process wherein BDUVBMTPOHDPOTUSVDUJPOQSPDFTTXIFSFJO somebody will suggest adding some TPNFCPEZXJMMTVHHFTUBEEJOHTPNF refrain or playing a part for longer than SFGSBJOPSQMBZJOHBQBSUGPSMPOHFSUIBO we had been and it will all come together. XFIBECFFOBOEJUXJMMBMMDPNFUPHFUIFS Adding extra noises in the studio (i.e. "EEJOHFYUSBOPJTFTJOUIFTUVEJP JF stretching out a trumpet part I recorded TUSFUDIJOHPVUBUSVNQFUQBSU*SFDPSEFE and then reversing it to layer it over the BOEUIFOSFWFSTJOHJUUPMBZFSJUPWFSUIF outro of "Bind") happens quite a bit. PVUSPPGi#JOEw IBQQFOTRVJUFBCJU How do remixes of your own work )PXEPSFNJYFTPGZPVSPXOXPSL impact the band's songwriting? JNQBDUUIFCBOETTPOHXSJUJOH I don't know how much remixes impact *EPOULOPXIPXNVDISFNJYFTJNQBDU our songwriting. For me, the most exciting PVSTPOHXSJUJOH'PSNF UIFNPTUFYDJUJOH part of listening to the remixes was seeQBSUPGMJTUFOJOHUPUIFSFNJYFTXBTTFF ing how our friends interpreted the same JOHIPXPVSGSJFOETJOUFSQSFUFEUIFTBNF song. None of them are remotely similar, TPOH/POFPGUIFNBSFSFNPUFMZTJNJMBS  which speaks to the creativity of the PortXIJDITQFBLTUPUIFDSFBUJWJUZPGUIF1PSU land eccentrics we recruited. MBOEFDDFOUSJDTXFSFDSVJUFE If you play on a boat, when's the best *GZPVQMBZPOBCPBU XIFOTUIFCFTU time for a swim? UJNFGPSBTXJN The best time for a swim is after we've 5IFCFTUUJNFGPSBTXJNJTBGUFSXFWF turned off the amps. No dripping over live UVSOFEPGGUIFBNQT/PESJQQJOHPWFSMJWF electricity, please. FMFDUSJDJUZ QMFBTF Mike Olcott is a freelance writer who lives in Portland ;WYS=ZQ]bbWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\>]`bZO\R and Boston. O\R0]ab]\

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IFSFJTTPNVDIiCVTJOFTTwUIF here is so much "business" the GPVSUICJHDPNJDCPPLNPWJF fourth big comic book movie BEBQUBUJPOPGUIFTVNNFSIBT adaptation of the summer has UPUBLFDBSFPGUIBU GSBOLMZ JUT to take care of that, frankly, it's BTUPVOEJOHUIBUEJSFDUPS+PF astounding that director Joe i+VNBOKJw+PIOTUPOJTBCMF "Jumanji" Johnston is able UPUBLFDBSFPGJUBMM BOEXJUI to take care of it all, and with TUZMF style. i$BQUBJO"NFSJDBwIBTUP "Captain America" has to DPOOFDUUIJT8PSME8BS**FSBIFSPUP connect this World War II-era hero to NPEFSOUJNFT5IFNPWJFIBTUPUJFJOUP modern times. The movie has to tie into BMMUIFPUIFS.BSWFMDPNJDCPPLNPWJFT all the other Marvel comic book movies UIBUBSFQBSUPGi5IF"WFOHFST wCFDBVTF that are part of "The Avengers," because BTUIFUJUMFJNQMJFT UIFHPPEDBQUBJOJT as the title implies, the good captain is i5IF'JSTU"WFOHFSw*UIBTUPEFMJWFSUIF "The First Avenger." It has to deliver the PSJHJONZUIoIPX$BQUBJO"NFSJDBXBT origin myth - how Captain America was


( ( ( FG<E@E> OPENING ( ( K?@JN<<B THIS WEEK ( "CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST Âľ1/>B/7</;3@71/(B6347@AB AVENGER" (PG-13) (2:05) Stars Chris /D3<53@Âś>5! (#AbO`a1V`Wa Evans, Hugo Weaving and Samuel L. 3dO\a6cU]ESOdW\UO\RAO[cSZ: Jackson. Directed by Joe Johnston. 8OQYa]\2W`SQbSRPg8]S8]V\ab]\ Deemed unfit for military service, 2SS[SRc\ÂżbT]`[WZWbO`gaS`dWQS Steve Rogers volunteers for a top seAbSdS@]US`ad]Zc\bSS`aT]`Ob]^aS cret research project that turns him Q`Sb`SaSO`QV^`]XSQbbVObbc`\aVW[ into a superhero. Intense sequences W\b]Oac^S`VS`]7\bS\aSaS_cS\QSa of sci-fi violence and action. ]TaQWÂżdW]ZS\QSO\ROQbW]\ Opening at: Nickelodeon (Port=^S\W\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`b land) Fri-Wed 1, 4, 7, 9:40; Brunswick ZO\R4`WESR"%'(")0`c\aeWQY 10 Fri-Wed 12:20,1 (3D), 3:30, 4 4`WESR ( !2!(!" (3D), 7, 7:30 (3D), 9:50,10:20 (3D); !2%%(!!2'(#( !2) Cinemagic Westbrook Fri-Wed 1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`WESR 3:30, 3:40 (3D), 7, 7:10 (3D), 12:10, (!(!!("!2%%(!2 9:50,10 (3D); Cinemagic Saco Fri'(#!2)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`W Wed 12!2 (3D), 12:20, 3:15, 6:45 (3D), ESR ( !(#$("#!2 7, 9:40; Cinemagic Grand (South %'(")1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV Portland) Fri-Wed 12:15, 3 (3D), 7, >]`bZO\R4`WESR (#!!2% 10 (3D); Falmouth 10 Fri-Wed 12:30 !2)4OZ[]cbV4`WESR (! (3D), 1, 3:50 (3D), 4:20, 7 (3D), 7:30, !2!(#!2"( %!2%(! 9:50 (3D), 10:20 '(#!2(  "FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS" (R) Âľ4@73<2AE7B603<347BAÂś@ (1:49) Stars Mila Kunis, Justin ("'AbO`a;WZO9c\Wa8cabW\ Timberlake and Patricia Clarkson. BW[PS`ZOYSO\R>Ob`WQWO1ZO`Ya]\ Directed by Will Gluck. While trying 2W`SQbSRPgEWZZ5ZcQYEVWZSb`gW\U to avoid the cliches of Hollywood b]Od]WRbVSQZWQVSa]T6]ZZge]]R romantic comedies, Dylan and Jamie `][O\bWQQ][SRWSa2gZO\O\R8O[WS soon discover that adding the act of a]]\RWaQ]dS`bVObORRW\UbVSOQb]T sex to their friendship does lead to aSfb]bVSW`T`WS\RaVW^R]SaZSORb] complications. Some violent content Q][^ZWQObW]\aA][SdW]ZS\bQ]\bS\b and brief sexuality. O\RP`WSTaSfcOZWbg Opening at: Nickelodeon (Port=^S\W\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`b land) Fri-Wed 1:20, 4:15, 7:20, 9:50; ZO\R4`WESR( "(#%( '(#) Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 12:40, 4:20, 0`c\aeWQY4`WESR (""(  7:20,9:55; Cinemagic Westbrook %( '(##)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y Fri-Wed 11:30 a.m., 2,"(!%( 4:30, 7:20,10; 4`WESR(!O[ ) Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed 12:05, 1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`WESR (# 2:30, 4:45, 7:10, 9:30; Cinemagic (!"("#%('(!)1W\S[OUWQ Grand (South Portland) Fri-Wed 11:50 5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R4`WESR(# a.m., 2:20, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50; Falmouth O[ ( "(#%( '(#)4OZ[]cbV 10 Fri-Wed 12, 2:30, 5, 7:40,10:10 4`WESR (!#%("(

And it has to be fun. "OEJUIBTUPCFGVO It is. The fourth comic book movie of the *UJT5IFGPVSUIDPNJDCPPLNPWJFPGUIF "CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER," µ1/>B/7</;3@71/(B6347@AB/D3<53@¶ summer is the best comic book movie of TVNNFSJTUIFCFTUDPNJDCPPLNPWJFPG starring Chris Evans, Tommy Lee abO``W\U1V`Wa3dO\aB][[g:SS the summer. Johnston has delivered a UIFTVNNFS+PIOTUPOIBTEFMJWFSFEB Jones, Hugo Weaving and Hayley light, clever and deftly balanced adventure 8]\Sa6cU]ESOdW\UO\R6OgZSg MJHIU DMFWFSBOEEFGUMZCBMBODFEBEWFOUVSF Atwell. Directed by Joe Johnston. picture with real lump-in-the-throat nos/beSZZ2W`SQbSRPg8]S8]V\ab]\ QJDUVSFXJUISFBMMVNQJOUIFUISPBUOPT Rated PG-13 for intense sequences talgia, with Nazis - who make the best vil@ObSR>5!T]`W\bS\aSaS_cS\QSa UBMHJB XJUI/B[JToXIPNBLFUIFCFTUWJM of sci-fi violence and action. lains - and with loving references to "Star ]TaQW¿dW]ZS\QSO\ROQbW]\ MBJOToBOEXJUIMPWJOHSFGFSFODFTUPi4UBS Running time: 1:58 Wars" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark." @c\\W\UbW[S((#& 8BSTwBOEi3BJEFSTPGUIF-PTU"SLw The movie's first trick was turning 5IFNPWJFTmSTUUSJDLXBTUVSOJOH hunky Chris Evans ("Fantastic Four," IVOLZ$ISJT&WBOT i'BOUBTUJD'PVS w born out of a "super soldier" experiment CPSOPVUPGBiTVQFSTPMEJFSwFYQFSJNFOU i4DPUU1JMHSJNWT5IF8PSMEw JOUPXIBU "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World") into what during WWII. The film has to back-engiEVSJOH88**5IFmMNIBTUPCBDLFOHJ the ads in the back of comic books used to UIFBETJOUIFCBDLPGDPNJDCPPLTVTFEUP neer its way into the meeting between the call "a 98-pound weakling." They digitally OFFSJUTXBZJOUPUIFNFFUJOHCFUXFFOUIF DBMMiBQPVOEXFBLMJOHw5IFZEJHJUBMMZ Captain (Chris Evans) and the Avenger $BQUBJO $ISJT&WBOT BOEUIF"WFOHFS "Benjamin Button" the guy into Steve i#FOKBNJO#VUUPOwUIFHVZJOUP4UFWF leader we know as Nick Fury (Samuel L. MFBEFSXFLOPXBT/JDL'VSZ 4BNVFM- Rogers, scrawny shrimp. But with World 3PHFST TDSBXOZTISJNQ#VUXJUI8PSME Jackson), and give us a credible version +BDLTPO BOEHJWFVTBDSFEJCMFWFSTJPO of future Iron Man Tony Stark's inventor PGGVUVSF*SPO.BO5POZ4UBSLTJOWFOUPS Please see'AMERICA', Page E21 dad, Howard Stark. Gc\Xj\j\\·/;3@71/¸GX^\<)( EBE )PXBSE4UBSL


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"A BETTER LIFE" (PG-13) (1:38) Âľ/03BB3@:743Âś>5!(!& Stars Demilan Bichir and Jose Julian. AbO`a2S[WZO\0WQVW`O\R8]aS8cZWO\ Directed by Chris Weitz. A crisis 2W`SQbSRPg1V`WaESWbh/Q`WaWa befalls Carlos, an illegal immigrant PSTOZZa1O`Z]aO\WZZSUOZW[[WU`O\b working as a landscaper in Los e]`YW\UOaOZO\RaQO^S`W\:]a Angeles and focused on providing a /\USZSaO\RT]QcaSR]\^`]dWRW\UO better life for his son. Some violence, PSbbS`ZWTST]`VWaa]\A][SdW]ZS\QS language and brief drug use. ZO\UcOUSO\RP`WSTR`cUcaS Opening at: Nickelodeon (Port=^S\W\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`b land) Fri-Wed 1:30, 4:30, 7:10, 9:30 ZO\R4`WESR(!"(!%('(! "LIFE IN A DAY" (1:35) Stars Cindy Âľ:7437</2/GÂś(!#AbO`a1W\Rg Baer, Caryn Waechter and Hiroaki Ai0OS`1O`g\EOSQVbS`O\R6W`]OYW/W kawa. Directed by Kevin Macdonald YOeO2W`SQbSRPg9SdW\;OQR]\OZR and Joseph Michael. A documentary O\R8]aS^V;WQVOSZ/R]Qc[S\bO`g shot by filmmakers all over the world aV]bPgÂżZ[[OYS`aOZZ]dS`bVSe]`ZR that serves as a time capsule to show bVObaS`dSaOaObW[SQO^acZSb]aV]e future generations what it was like to Tcbc`SUS\S`ObW]\aeVObWbeOaZWYSb] be alive on July 24, PSOZWdS]\8cZg "2010.  Opening at: Cinemagic Saco Sun 7 =^S\W\UOb(1W\S[OUWQAOQ]Ac\%

"TEKKEN BLOOD VENGEANCE 3D" ÂľB3993<0:==2D3<53/<13!2Âś 2W`SQbSRPgG]cQVW;]c`W4WZ[POaSR Directed by Youchi Mouri. Film based ]\]\S]TbVS[]ab^]^cZO`O\ReSZZ on one of the most popular and wellknown gaming brands in the world Y\]e\UO[W\UP`O\RaW\bVSe]`ZR gives fans a look into the history and UWdSaTO\aOZ]]YW\b]bVSVWab]`gO\R Please see MOVIES, Page E15 Gc\Xj\j\\;=D73AGX^\<(,

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'SPN4IBLFTQFBSFBOE"VTUFOUISPVHI From Shakespeare and Austen through 5SBDZBOE)FQCVSO XIFOJUDPNFTUP Tracy and Hepburn, when it comes to SPNBOUJDDPNFEJFT DIFNJTUSZJTLJOH*UT romantic comedies, chemistry is king. It's POFSFBTPOUIFSPNDPNIBTMPOHTFFNFE one reason the rom-com has long seemed MJLFUIFUPVHIFTUDPEFGPS)PMMZXPPEUP like the toughest code for Hollywood to DSBDL crack. #VUOFWFSVOEFSFTUJNBUFUIFQPXFS But never underestimate the power PGTOBQQZ SBQJEmSFCBOUFS UIFQBWJOH of snappy, rapid-fire banter, the paving TUPOFTPGUIF)PMMZXPPESPBEUPSPNBODF stones of the Hollywood road to romance. 5IBUTBOPUIFSXBZPGTBZJOHi'SJFOET That's another way of saying "Friends 8JUI#FOFmUT wUIF3SBUFESPNBOUJDEF With Benefits," the R-rated romantic deMJHIUPGUIFTVNNFS IBENFUIFNPNFOU light of the summer, had me the moment .JMB,VOJTDIBSBDUFSQBTTFTBQPTUFSGPS Mila Kunis' character passes a poster for UIFGBJMFESPNDPNi5IF6HMZ5SVUIwBOE the failed rom-com "The Ugly Truth" and utters this immortal line: "Shut up, KathVUUFSTUIJTJNNPSUBMMJOFi4IVUVQ ,BUI erine Heigl, you stupid liar!" FSJOF)FJHM ZPVTUVQJEMJBSw "Friends" pairs Kunis, as Jamie, a New i'SJFOETwQBJST,VOJT BT+BNJF B/FX York corporate recruiter ("head hunter"), :PSLDPSQPSBUFSFDSVJUFS iIFBEIVOUFSw  and Justin Timberlake as Dylan, a Los BOE+VTUJO5JNCFSMBLFBT%ZMBO B-PT Angeles editor she hunts, hires, befriends "OHFMFTFEJUPSTIFIVOUT IJSFT CFGSJFOET and eventually tumbles into bed with - a BOEFWFOUVBMMZUVNCMFTJOUPCFEXJUIoB friendship with sexual benefits. Yeah, it's GSJFOETIJQXJUITFYVBMCFOFmUT:FBI JUT like "No Strings Attached." Only better. MJLFi/P4USJOHT"UUBDIFEw0OMZCFUUFS Snappier. 4OBQQJFS The not-quite-lovers "meet cute," in the 5IFOPURVJUFMPWFSTiNFFUDVUF wJOUIF classic Hollywood style. DMBTTJD)PMMZXPPETUZMF "I'm from LA," Dylan chirps, in New i*NGSPN-" w%ZMBODIJSQT JO/FX York to see if this job at GQ Magazine :PSLUPTFFJGUIJTKPCBU(2.BHB[JOF would be a good fit. "I like my open XPVMECFBHPPEmUi*MJLFNZPQFO spaces." TQBDFTw "What are you, a gazelle?" Jamie shoots i8IBUBSFZPV BHB[FMMF w+BNJFTIPPUT back. CBDL Will ("Easy A") Gluck's movie - script 8JMM i&BTZ"w (MVDLTNPWJFoTDSJQU by Gluck, David A. Newman and Keith CZ(MVDL %BWJE"/FXNBOBOE,FJUI Merryman - is all about the New York/LA .FSSZNBOoJTBMMBCPVUUIF/FX:PSL-" conflict. Everybody in NYC yanks poor DPOnJDU&WFSZCPEZJO/:$ZBOLTQPPS Dylan's chain - sarcastic, biting put%ZMBOTDIBJOoTBSDBTUJD CJUJOHQVU downs, fake threats and come-ons. EPXOT GBLFUISFBUTBOEDPNFPOT There's Woody Harrelson, cast against 5IFSFT8PPEZ)BSSFMTPO DBTUBHBJOTU type as the butch yet over-the-top gay UZQFBTUIFCVUDIZFUPWFSUIFUPQHBZ sports editor, and in a hilarious cameo, TQPSUTFEJUPS BOEJOBIJMBSJPVTDBNFP  gonzo snowboarder Shaun White repeatHPO[PTOPXCPBSEFS4IBVO8IJUFSFQFBU edly scares the bejeezus out of the overFEMZTDBSFTUIFCFKFF[VTPVUPGUIFPWFS matched Dylan. No wonder he clings to NBUDIFE%ZMBO/PXPOEFSIFDMJOHTUP Jamie, his first friend in New York. She's +BNJF IJTmSTUGSJFOEJO/FX:PSL4IFT into weepy romantic comedies, which they JOUPXFFQZSPNBOUJDDPNFEJFT XIJDIUIFZ watch together. XBUDIUPHFUIFS "Why don't they ever make a movie i8IZEPOUUIFZFWFSNBLFBNPWJF about what happens after the kiss?"w BCPVUXIBUIBQQFOTBGUFSUIFLJTT i*UTDBMMFEQPSOw "It's called porn."

REVIEW I<M@<N "FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS," s t a r r i n g Âľ4@73<2AE7B603<347BAÂśabO``W\U Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis, Woody 8cabW\BW[PS`ZOYS;WZO9c\WaE]]Rg Harrelson, Patricia Clarkson and 6O``SZa]\>Ob`WQWO1ZO`Ya]\O\R Richard Jenkins. Directed by Will @WQVO`R8S\YW\a2W`SQbSRPgEWZZ Gluck. Rated R for some violent 5ZcQY@ObSR@T]`a][SdW]ZS\b content and brief sexuality. Running Q]\bS\bO\RP`WSTaSfcOZWbg@c\\W\U time: 1:49 bW[S(("'

Being young and good-looking and mar#FJOHZPVOHBOEHPPEMPPLJOHBOENBS ried to their jobs and so frequently burned SJFEUPUIFJSKPCTBOETPGSFRVFOUMZCVSOFE by other relationships, naturally they CZPUIFSSFMBUJPOTIJQT OBUVSBMMZUIFZ tempt fate by trying the sex-without-comUFNQUGBUFCZUSZJOHUIFTFYXJUIPVUDPN plications thing. QMJDBUJPOTUIJOH Take an oath on that. On a Bible. "They 5BLFBOPBUIPOUIBU0OB#JCMFi5IFZ have an app for that. Swear-on-your-Bible IBWFBOBQQGPSUIBU4XFBSPOZPVS#JCMF app, 'No relationship!'" BQQ A/PSFMBUJPOTIJQw Gluck knocks us on our heels with the (MVDLLOPDLTVTPOPVSIFFMTXJUIUIF film's opening scene - dueling breakups mMNTPQFOJOHTDFOFoEVFMJOHCSFBLVQT (Andy Samberg is the guy doing Jamie "OEZ4BNCFSHJTUIFHVZEPJOH+BNJF wrong, Emma Stone of "Easy A" shrieks XSPOH &NNB4UPOFPGi&BTZ"wTISJFLT her way out of an affair with Dylan). Later, IFSXBZPVUPGBOBGGBJSXJUI%ZMBO -BUFS  Richard Jenkins, Patricia Clarkson and 3JDIBSE+FOLJOT 1BUSJDJB$MBSLTPOBOE Jenna Elfman show up in tiny but funny +FOOB&MGNBOTIPXVQJOUJOZCVUGVOOZ roles as relatives. SPMFTBTSFMBUJWFT And the stars pick it up from there. Ku"OEUIFTUBSTQJDLJUVQGSPNUIFSF,V nis already has sitcom-ready timing, and OJTBMSFBEZIBTTJUDPNSFBEZUJNJOH BOE the editing makes the zingers just zing by. UIFFEJUJOHNBLFTUIF[JOHFSTKVTU[JOHCZ Dylan leaves his socks on during sex - "I %ZMBOMFBWFTIJTTPDLTPOEVSJOHTFYoi* can work with that," she says. But this DBOXPSLXJUIUIBU wTIFTBZT#VUUIJT sex-not-love thing "seems a little collegeTFYOPUMPWFUIJOHiTFFNTBMJUUMFDPMMFHF y" to her. ZwUPIFS "I could sing a little Third Eye Blind," he i*DPVMETJOHBMJUUMF5IJSE&ZF#MJOE wIF fires back. Then Timberlake croons a little mSFTCBDL5IFO5JNCFSMBLFDSPPOTBMJUUMF "Closing Time." By Semi-Sonic. Not Third i$MPTJOH5JNFw#Z4FNJ4POJD/PU5IJSE Eye Blind. &ZF#MJOE They finish each other's sentences and 5IFZmOJTIFBDIPUIFSTTFOUFODFTBOE read each other like books - comic books. SFBEFBDIPUIFSMJLFCPPLToDPNJDCPPLT "Every time you curse, you blink. It's as i&WFSZUJNFZPVDVSTF ZPVCMJOL*UTBT if your body's rejecting the word." JGZPVSCPEZTSFKFDUJOHUIFXPSEw Will they find each other promising 8JMMUIFZmOEFBDIPUIFSQSPNJTJOH enough to move beyond mating to mating? FOPVHIUPNPWFCFZPOENBUJOHUPNBUJOH What do you think?:FBI XFBMMLOPXUIF Yeah, we all know the 8IBUEPZPVUIJOL formula. But when it works and the chemGPSNVMB#VUXIFOJUXPSLTBOEUIFDIFN istry is just right, we love seeing exactly JTUSZJTKVTUSJHIU XFMPWFTFFJOHFYBDUMZ what we expect and hope for. XIBUXFFYQFDUBOEIPQFGPS With "Friends With Benefits" after 8JUIi'SJFOET8JUI#FOFmUTwBGUFS "Easy A," Gluck is now two-for-two. Hollyi&BTZ" w(MVDLJTOPXUXPGPSUXP)PMMZ wood could have its new romantic comedy XPPEDPVMEIBWFJUTOFXSPNBOUJDDPNFEZ king. But only as long as he avoids the LJOH#VUPOMZBTMPOHBTIFBWPJETUIF charms of Katherine Heigl. DIBSNTPG,BUIFSJOF)FJHM

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Followed Followed by by aa 20-minute 2O-minute Iron 9:10, 9:30 9:30 (3D), (3D), 10:05 10:05 (3D), (3D), 10:30 10:30 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 12:10, 9:10, special special feature feature of of interviews interviews with with director director and 12:40 12:40 (3D), (3D), 1:10, 1:10, 3:10, 3:10, 3:40 3:40 (3D), (3D), 4:10, 4:10, 6:25, 6:25, 6:50 6:50 screenwriter. screenwriter. (3D), 7:20, 7:20, 9:30, 9:30,10 (3D), 10:30; 10:30; Cinemagic Cinemagic Saco (3D), 10 (3D), Opening at: Brunswick Brunswick 10 10 Tue Tue 7:30 7:30 today 12:20, 12:30, 33 (IMAX), today 12 12(IMAX), (IMAX), 12:10, 12:10,12:20,12:30, (IMAX), 3:10, 3:10, 3:20, 3:30, 3:30, 6:30 6:30 (IMAX), (IMAX), 6:45, 6:45, 7,7,7:10, 7:10, 9:25 9:25 (IMAX), (IMAX), 3:20, 9:35, 9:45, 9:45, 9:55 9:55 Sun Sun 12 12(IMAX), (IMAX), 12:10, 12:10,12:20,12:30, 9:35, 12:20, 12:30, (IMAX), 3:10, 3:10, 3:20, 3:20, 3:30, 3:30, 6:30 6:30 (IMAX), (IMAX), 6:45, 6:45, 7:10, 7:10, 33 (IMAX), H H H HH H H 9:25 (IMAX), (IMAX), 9:35, 9:35, 9:45, 9:45, 9:55 9:55 Mon-Wed Mon-Wed 12 12(IMAX), (IMAX), 9:25 12:10,12:20,12:30, (IMAX), 3:10, 3:10, 3:20, 3:20, 3:30, 3:30, 6:30 6:30 12:10, 12:20, 12:30, 33 (IMAX), (IMAX), 6:45, 6:45, 7,7,7:10, 7:10, 9:25 9:25 (IMAX), (IMAX), 9:35, 9:35, 9:45, 9:45, 9:55; (R) (1:32) (1:32) Stars Stars Cameron Cameron Diaz, Diaz, (IMAX), “BAD TEACHER” (R) Cinemagic Grand Grand (South (South Portland) Portland) today-Wed today-Wed Cinemagic Jason Segel Segel and and Justin Justin Timberlake. Timberlake. Directed Directed by by Jason 11:45 a.m., a.m., 12:15 12:15p.m. p.m. (3D), (3D), 2:45, 2:45, 3:15 3:15 (3D), (3D), 11:45 Jake Kasdan. Kasdan.A A comedy comedy centered centered around around aa foulfoulJake 6:30, 77 (3D), (3D), 9:30, 9:30,10 (3D); Cinemagic Cinemagic Westbrook Westbrook 6:30, 10 (3D); mouthed junior high high teacher teacher who, who, after after being being mouthed today 11:20 11:20 a.m., a.m., 11:40 11:40 a.m., a.m., 12 12(3D), (3D), 12:10, 12:10, 2:40, 2:40, 3, today dumped by by her her sugar sugar daddy, daddy, begins begins to to woo woo a dumped 3:20 (3D), (3D), 3:30, 3:30, 6:20, 6:20, 6:30, 6:30, 6:50 6:50 (3D), (3D), 7, 7,9:20, 9:20, 3:20 colleague –- aa move move that that pits pits her her against against aa wellwellcolleague 9:30, 9:50 9:50 (3D), (3D), 10 10 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 11:20 11:20 a.m., a.m., 11:40 11:40 a.m., a.m., 9:30, loved teacher. teacher. Sexual Sexual content, content, nudity, nudity, language language loved 12 (3D), (3D), 12:10, 12:10,3, 3, 3:10, 3:10, 3:20 3:20 (3D), (3D), 3:30, 3:30, 6:20, 6:20, 6:30, 6:30, 12 and some some drug drug use. use. and 6:40 (3D), (3D), 6:50, 6:50, 9:20, 9:20, 9:30, 9:30, 9:40 9:40 (3D), (3D), 9:50; 9:50; Brunswick 10 10today today 9:20; 9:20; Falmouth Falmouth 6:40 Showing at: Brunswick Brunswick 10 10 today today 12, 12,12:30 (3D), 1,1,1:30 (3D), Brunswick 12:30 (3D), 1:30 (3D), 10 today today 9; 9; Cinemagic Cinemagic Saco Saco today today 12:05, 12:05, 2:25, 2:25, 10 3:40 (3D), (3D), 4, 4, 4:20, 4:20, 4:40 4:40 (3D), (3D), 6:30, 6:30, 77 (3D), (3D), 7:30, 7:30, 3:40 4:35, 7:05, 7:05, 9:10 9:10 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 7:05, 7:05, 9:10; 9:10; Cinemagic Cinemagic 4:35, (3D), 9:40, 9:40,10:05 (3D), 10:30 10:30 Fri-Mon Fri-Mon 12, 12,12:30 88 (3D), 10:05 (3D), 12:30 Westbrook today today 11:50 11:50a.m., a.m., 2:20, 2:20, 4:40, 4:40, 7:20, 7:20, Westbrook (3D), 1:10, 1:10, 3:40 3:40 (3D), (3D), 4:10, 4:10, 4:40 4:40 (3D), (3D), 6:30, 6:30, 77 (3D), (3D), (3D), 9:40 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 11:50 11:50a.m., a.m., 2:20, 2:20, 4:40, 4:40, 6:50, 6:50, 9:20 9:20 9:40 7:10, 7:45 7:45 (3D), (3D), 9:30 9:30 (3D), (3D), 10 10 Tue Tue 12, 12,12:30 (3D), 7:10, 12:30 (3D), 1:10, 3:40 3:40 (3D), (3D), 4:10, 4:10, 4:40 4:40 (3D), (3D), 6:30, 6:30, 77 (3D), (3D), 7:10, (R) (1:45) (1:45) Stars Stars Ewan Ewan McGregor, 1:10, “BEGINNERS” (R) 9:30 (3D), (3D), 10 10 Wed Wed 12, 12,12:30 (3D), 1:10, 1:10, 3:40 3:40 (3D), (3D), 9:30 12:30 (3D), Christopher Plummer Plummer and and Melanie Melanie Laurent. Laurent. Christopher 4:10, 4:40 4:40 (3D), (3D), 6:30, 6:30, 77 (3D), (3D), 7:10, 7:10, 7:45 7:45 (3D), (3D), 9:30 9:30 Directed by by Mike Mike Mills. Mills. A A young young man man is is rocked rocked by by 4:10, Directed (3D), 10 two announcements announcements from from his his elderly elderly father: father: that that (3D), two he has has terminal terminal cancer, cancer, and and that that he he has has aa young young he (R) (1:40) (1:40) Stars Stars Jason “HORRIBLE BOSSES” (R) male lover. lover. Language Language and and some some sexual sexual content. content. male Bateman, Charlie CharlieDay Day and and Jason Jason Sudeikis. Sudeikis. DirectDirectNickelodeon (Portland) (Portland) today today 1:10, Bateman, Showing at: Nickelodeon ed by by Seth Seth Gordon. Gordon. Three Three friends friends conspire conspire to to kill kill ed 4, 6:50, 6:50, 9:10 9:10 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 1:10, 1:10, 6:50; 6:50; Eveningstar Eveningstar 4, their awful awful bosses bosses when when they they realize realize the the bosses their (Brunswick) today-Wed today-Wed 1:30, 1:30, 3:45, 3:45, 6, 6, 8:15 (Brunswick) are standing standing in in the the way way of of their their happiness. happiness. are Cinemagic Saco Saco today today 12:05, 12:05, 2:15, Showing at: Cinemagic (R) (2:05) (2:05) Stars Stars Kristen Kristen Wiig, Wiig, “BRIDESMAIDS” (R) 4:30, 7,7,9:15; 9:15; Cinemagic Cinemagic Grand Grand (South (South Portland) Portland) 4:30, Maya Rudolph Rudolph and and Rose Rose Byrne. Byrne. Directed Directed by by Paul Maya today-Wed 12, 12,2:30, 2:30,4:50, 7:30,10; Cinemagic today-Wed 4:50, 7:30, 10; Cinemagic Feig. Picked Picked as as her her best best friend’s friend's maid maid of of honor, honor, Feig. Westbrook today-Wed today-Wed 11:40 11:40 a.m., a.m., 2, 2, 4:20, 4:20, 7, 7,9:20; 9:20; Westbrook lovelorn and and broke broke Annie Annie looks looks to to bluff bluff her her way way lovelorn Falmouth 10 10 today today 12:30, 12:30, 2:40, 2:40, 5:05, 5:05, 7:30, 7:30,10:20 Falmouth 10:20 through the the expensive expensive and and bizarre bizarre rituals rituals with with through Fri-Wed 12:15, 12:15, 2:50, 2:50, 5:10, 5:10, 7:35, 7:35,10:15; Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 10:15; Brunswick an oddball oddball group group of of bridesmaids. bridesmaids. Some Some strong strong an today 1:20, 1:20, 4:15, 4:15, 7:40, 7:40,10:15 Fri-Wed 1:15, 1:15,4:15, 4:15, today 10:15 Fri-Wed sexuality and and language language throughout. throughout. sexuality 7:40,10:15 7:40, 10:15 Nickelodeon (Portland) (Portland) today today 1, Showing at: Nickelodeon 1, 4:15, 7,7,9:40; 9:40; Cinemagic Cinemagic Westbrook Westbrook today today 12, 12,3:10, 4:15, 3:10, 6:30, 9:30 9:30 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 12:10, 12:10, 3:10, 3:10, 6:30, 6:30, 9:30 9:30 6:30, PG-13) (1:39) (1:39) Stars Stars Tom Tom “LARRY CROWNE” (PG-13) Hanks and and Julia Julia Roberts. Roberts. Directed Directed by by Tom Tom Hanks. Hanks (G) (1:52) (1:52) Animated Animated with with the the voices voices “CARS 2” (G) Unclear of of his his next next steps steps after after losing losing his his job at at Unclear of Owen Owen Wilson, Wilson, Larry Larry the the Cable Cable Guy Guy and and Michael aa big-box of big-box retailer, retailer, Larry Larry Crowne Crowne enrolls enrolls at at his his Caine. Directed Directed by by John John Lasseter Lasseterand Brad Lewis. Lewis. local Caine. and Brad local college, college, where where he he fifinds niche among among the the nds aa niche Star race race car car Lightning Lightning McQueen McQueen and and his his pal pal Star school's community community of of outcasts, outcasts, and and aa connecconnecschool’s Mater head head overseas overseas to to compete compete in in the the World World Mater tion with with aa teacher teacher who who has has lost lost her her passion passion tion Grand Prix Prix race. race. But But the the road road to to the the championchampionGrand for life. life. Brief Brief strong strong language language and and some some sexual for ship becomes becomes rocky rocky as as Mater Mater gets gets caught caught up up in in ship content. content. international espionage. espionage. international Brunswick 10 10 today today 1:10, 1:10, 7:10; 7:10; FalFalShowing at: Brunswick Cinemagic Westbrook Westbrook today-Wed today-Wed mouth Showing at: Cinemagic mouth 10 10 today today 12:10, 12:10, 2:30, 2:30, 4:50, 4:50, 7:20, 7:20,10 Fri-Wed 10 Fri-Wed 11:20 a.m., a.m., 1:50, 1:50,4:30, 7:10, 9:40; 9:40; Cinemagic Cinemagic Grand 9:20; 11:20 4:30, 7:10, 9:20; Cinemagic Cinemagic Saco Saco today today 12:10, 12:10, 2:20, 2:20, 4:30, 4:30, (South Portland) Portland) today today 11:30 11:30 a.m., a.m., 2, 2, 4:30, 4:30, 7,7,9:30; 9:30; 7:05, (South 7:05, 9:25 9:25 Fri-Wed Fri-Wed 12:10, 12:10, 2:20, 2:20, 4:30; 4:30; Cinemagic Cinemagic Cinemagic Saco Saco today-Wed today-Wed 12:30, 12:30, 3, 3, 6:55, 6:55, 9:20; 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook today-Wed today-Wed 11:50 11:50 a.m., a.m., 2:10, 2:10, 4:30, 4:30, 7, Westbrook Brunswick 10 10today today 12:40, 12:40, 4:30, 4:30, 7:15, 7:15,9:50 9:50 FriFriBrunswick 9:30; Cinemagic Cinemagic Grand Grand (South (South Portland) Portland) today today 9:30; Wed 4:30, 4:30, 9:20; 9:20; Falmouth Falmouth 10 10today today 12:40, 12:40, Wed 12:10, 2:30, 2:30, 4:50, 4:50, 7:10, 7:10, 9:30 9:30 12:10, 3:50, 7:05, 7:05, 9:50 9:50 3:50,

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Divas World Productions presents 2WdOaE]`ZR>`]RcQbW]\a^`SaS\ba the musical cabaret "Marilyn: bVS[caWQOZQOPO`SbÂľ;O`WZg\( Babydoll Reflects," starring Marie 0OPgR]ZZ@SĂ&#x20AC;SQbaÂśabO``W\U;O`WS Bosarge. Relive the legend's life 0]aO`US@SZWdSbVSZSUS\R¸aZWTS through the music she made bV`]cUVbVS[caWQaVS[ORS famous, with gorgeous costumes TO[]caeWbVU]`US]caQ]abc[Sa and lush sets. O\RZcaVaSba

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Director Ian Cheney explores 2W`SQb]`7O\1VS\SgSf^Z]`Sa light pollution and the disapZWUVb^]ZZcbW]\O\RbVSRWaO^ pearing night sky in "The City ^SO`W\U\WUVbaYgW\ÂľBVS1Wbg Dark." The documentary features 2O`YÂśBVSR]Qc[S\bO`gTSObc`Sa astrophotography and an eclectic Oab`]^V]b]U`O^VgO\RO\SQZSQbWQ cast of scientists, philosophers, QOab]TaQWS\bWaba^VWZ]a]^VS`a historians and lighting designers. VWab]`WO\aO\RZWUVbW\URSaWU\S`a WHEN: 7 p.m. Monday; 1 p.m. E63<(%^[;]\ROg)^[ Tuesday BcSaROg WHERE: Strand Theatre, 345 E63@3(Ab`O\RBVSOb`S!"# Main St., Rockland ;OW\Ab@]QYZO\R HOW MUCH: 6=E;C16( rocklandstrand. com `]QYZO\Rab`O\RQ][

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Pittsburgh-born rap star Wiz >WbbaPc`UVP]`\`O^abO`EWh Khalifa's "Black and Yellow" tore 9VOZWTO¸aµ0ZOQYO\RGSZZ]e¶b]`S up the charts, and he's on the c^bVSQVO`baO\RVS¸a]\bVS road for his Rolling Papers Sum`]ORT]`VWa@]ZZW\U>O^S`aAc[ mer Tour. Special guests are Big [S`B]c`A^SQWOZUcSabaO`S0WU Sean and Chevy Woods. ASO\O\R1VSdgE]]Ra WHEN: 6 p.m. E63<($^[ WHERE: Maine State Pier, E63@3(;OW\SAbObS>WS` Commercial Street, Portland 1][[S`QWOZAb`SSb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $32;) 6=E;C16(! abObS^WS`Q][



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With sounds like an entire Balkan EWbVa]c\RaZWYSO\S\bW`S0OZYO\ orchestra, Beirut is largely the ]`QVSab`O0SW`cbWaZO`USZgbVS work of New Mexico native Zach e]`Y]T<Se;SfWQ]\ObWdSHOQV Condor. Opening is former-Main1]\R]`=^S\W\UWaT]`[S`;OW\ er-turned-New Yorker Lady Lamb S`bc`\SR<SeG]`YS`:ORg:O[P the Beekeeper. bVS0SSYSS^S` WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: State Theatre, 609 E63@3(AbObSBVSOb`S$' Congress St., Portland 1]\U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $22O\R and $25; 6=E;C16( #) statetheatreportiand. com abObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][

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The documentary film "Circus BVSR]Qc[S\bO`gÂżZ[Âľ1W`Qca Dreams" follows a group of 2`SO[aÂśT]ZZ]eaOU`]c^]T funny, sweet and bendy 12-b] to Tc\\gaeSSbO\RPS\Rg 18-year-olds from auditions to &gSO`]ZRaT`][OcRWbW]\ab] rehearsals and performances of `SVSO`aOZaO\R^S`T]`[O\QSa]T "Circus Smirkus," the only travelÂľ1W`QcaA[W`YcaÂśbVS]\Zgb`OdSZ ing youth circus in the U.S. A Q&A W\Ug]cbVQW`QcaW\bVSCA/?/ with former Smirkus troupers eWbVT]`[S`A[W`Ycab`]c^S`a and a 3O-minute show follow the O\RO!\cbSaV]eT]ZZ]ebVS 6:30 p.m. screening. $(!^[aQ`SS\W\U

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Through Aug. 3. 4HROUGH!UG DaPonte String Quartet, $A0ONTE3TRING1UARTET performing music by Haydn, PERFORMINGMUSICBY(AYDN Schulthorpe and Schubert; 3CHULTHORPEAND3CHUBERT Coastal Maine Botanical #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL Gardens, Boothbay. $25. 'ARDENS "OOTHBAY 7:30 p.m. DAPONTEORGPM

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SPEAKING OF MARIN JG<8B@E>F=D8I@E BOB KEYES, arts reporter for The 0=093G3AO`ba`S^]`bS`T]`BVS Portland Press Herald/Maine >]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZR;OW\S Sunday Telegram, will talk about Ac\ROgBSZSU`O[eWZZbOZYOP]cb painter John Marin's early days on ^OW\bS`8]V\;O`W\¸aSO`ZgROga]\ the Maine coast at 11 a.m. Saturday bVS;OW\SQ]OabObO[AObc`ROg at the Portland Museum of Art. ObbVS>]`bZO\R;caSc[]T/`b Keyes will discuss Marin's first 9SgSaeWZZRWaQcaa;O`W\¸a¿`ab summer in Maine in 1914, when he ac[[S`W\;OW\SW\'"eVS\VS rented a small cabin on an island `S\bSROa[OZZQOPW\]\O\WaZO\R off of Phippsburg. The lecture is ]TT]T>VW^^aPc`UBVSZSQbc`SWa free with museum admission. T`SSeWbV[caSc[OR[WaaW]\ THE TALK coincides with the B63B/:9Q]W\QWRSaeWbVbVS exhibition "John Marin: Modernism SfVWPWbW]\µ8]V\;O`W\(;]RS`\Wa[ at Midcentury," on view through Ob;WRQS\bc`g¶]\dWSebV`]cUV Oct. 10, and "Maine Moderns: Art =QbO\Rµ;OW\S;]RS`\a(/`b in Seguinland, 1900-1940," on view W\ASUcW\ZO\R''"¶]\dWSe through Sept. 11. bV`]cUVAS^b

DANCE N$!.#% Bates Dance Festival: Nicholas Leichter Dance, "ATES$ANCE&ESTIVAL.ICHOLAS,EICHTER$ANCE ShaefferTheater, Bates College, Lewiston. $24; 3HAEFFER4HEATER "ATES#OLLEGE ,EWISTON $12 students and seniors, STUDENTSANDSENIORSBATESDANCEFESTIVALORG 8 p.m. today and Saturday. Through Aug. 9. PMTODAYAND3ATURDAY4HROUGH!UG

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"The Music Man," starring Peter Scolari of TV's h4HE-USIC-AN vSTARRING0ETER3COLARIOF46S "Newhart" and "Bosom Buddies," Ogunquit h.EWHARTvANDh"OSOM"UDDIES v/GUNQUIT Playhouse. $50.50 to $72.50. ogunquitplayhouse. 0LAYHOUSETOOGUNQUITPLAYHOUSE org. Previews at 2:30 p.m. today; opens at 8 p.m. ORG0REVIEWSATPMTODAYOPENSATPM today; continues at 8 p.m. Friday; 3:30 and TODAYCONTINUESATPM&RIDAYAND 8:30 p.m. Saturday; 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday; 8 p.m. PM3ATURDAYANDPM3UNDAYPM Tuesday; and 2:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday and 4UESDAYANDANDPM7EDNESDAYAND July 28. Through Aug. 20. *ULY4HROUGH!UG TUESDAY "Narnia," based on classic children's book series, 45%3$!9 h.ARNIA vBASEDONCLASSICCHILDRENSBOOKSERIES Sebago Long Lake Music Festival: Tuesday Night Schoolhouse Arts Center, Standish. $16, $18. 3EBAGO,ONG,AKE-USIC&ESTIVAL4UESDAY.IGHT 3CHOOLHOUSE!RTS#ENTER 3TANDISH  Concerts, performances of "Mahler Remembered" SCHOOLHOUSEARTSORGPMTODAYTO3ATURDAY 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday; #ONCERTS PERFORMANCESOFh-AHLER2EMEMBEREDv and other pieces, Deertrees Theatre, Harrison. 5 p.m. Sunday. ANDOTHERPIECES $EERTREES4HEATRE (ARRISON PM3UNDAY $20. 583-6747. 7:30 p.m. Through Aug. 9.  PM4HROUGH!UG "The Wizard of Oz," based on classic children's h4HE7IZARDOF/Z vBASEDONCLASSICCHILDRENS Friends of the Kotzschmar Organ Tuesdays at &RIENDSOFTHE+OTZSCHMAR/RGAN4UESDAYSAT book and movie, Arundel Barn Playhouse. $28 to BOOKANDMOVIE !RUNDEL"ARN0LAYHOUSETO Merrill, featuring organ player Stephen Tharp, -ERRILL FEATURINGORGANPLAYER3TEPHEN4HARP $39. 8 p.m. today to Sunday and Tuesday; 2 and 8 PMTODAYTO3UNDAYAND4UESDAYAND Merrill Auditorium, Portland. $17. 7:30 -ERRILL!UDITORIUM 0ORTLANDFOKOORG p.m. Wednesday; 8 p.m. July 28. Through Aug. 6. PM7EDNESDAYPM*ULY4HROUGH!UG p.m. Tuesday (preceded by Kotzschmar PM4UESDAYPRECEDEDBY+OTZSCHMAR "Xanadu," Maine State Music Theatre production h8ANADU v-AINE3TATE-USIC4HEATREPRODUCTION Konversation at 6:30 p.m. in the Merrill Rehearsal +ONVERSATIONATPMINTHE-ERRILL2EHEARSAL of musical satire of 1980 movie about a magical OFMUSICALSATIREOFMOVIEABOUTAMAGICAL Hall). Through Aug. 30. (ALL 4HROUGH!UG roller disco, Bowdoin College (Pickard Theater), ROLLERDISCO "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0ICKARD4HEATER DaPonte String Quartet, performing music by $A0ONTE3TRING1UARTET PERFORMINGMUSICBY Brunswick. $33 to $56. 7:30 p.m. "RUNSWICKTOMSMTORGPM Haydn, Schulthorpe and Schubert; Elijah Kellogg (AYDN 3CHULTHORPEAND3CHUBERT%LIJAH+ELLOGG today; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Friday; 7:30 p.m. Saturday; TODAYANDPM&RIDAYPM3ATURDAY Church, Harpswell. $20. 7:30 p.m. 2 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday and Tuesday; 7:30 p.m. #HURCH (ARPSWELLDAPONTEORGPM ANDPM3UNDAYAND4UESDAYPM Wednesday; 2 and 7:30 p.m. July 28. Through 7EDNESDAYANDPM*ULY4HROUGH WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Aug. 6. !UG Met Summer Live in HD Encore Series, screening -ET3UMMER,IVEIN($%NCORE3ERIES SCREENING "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the h!&UNNY4HING(APPENEDONTHE7AYTOTHE of Verdi's "Don Carlo," Fryeburg Academy (Leura OF6ERDISh$ON#ARLO v&RYEBURG!CADEMY,EURA Forum," bawdy musical by Stephen Sondheim, &ORUM vBAWDYMUSICALBY3TEPHEN3ONDHEIM Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center). $10 to $18. (ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER TO Hackmatack Playhouse, Berwick. $12 to $29.50. (ACKMATACK0LAYHOUSE "ERWICKTO 935-9232. 6:30 p.m.  PM 698-1807. 2 and 8 p.m. today; 8 p.m. Friday and  ANDPMTODAYPM&RIDAYAND Bowdoin International Music Festival: Wednesday Saturday. "OWDOIN)NTERNATIONAL-USIC&ESTIVAL7EDNESDAY 3ATURDAY Upbeat!, performances of pieces by Alban Berg, 5PBEAT PERFORMANCESOFPIECESBY!LBAN"ERG "Fame Takes a Holiday," cabaret musical h&AME4AKESA(OLIDAY vCABARETMUSICAL Anton Webern, Camille Saint-Saens and Johannes !NTON7EBERN #AMILLE3AINT 3AENSAND*OHANNES PRESENTEDBY4HE/RIGINALS 3ACO2IVER'RANGE presented by The Originals, Saco River Grange Brahms; Bowdoin College (Studzinski Recital "RAHMS"OWDOIN#OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL Hall), Brunswick. $30. 725-3895. 7:30 p.m. (ALL "RUNSWICK PM Please see A R T , Page E25 Gc\Xj\j\\/@BGX^\<), MONDAY -/.$!9 Bowdoin International Music Festival: Monday "OWDOIN)NTERNATIONAL-USIC&ESTIVAL-ONDAY Sonatas, festival artists perform Piazolla, Brahms 3ONATAS FESTIVALARTISTSPERFORM0IAZOLLA "RAHMS and Strauss; Bowdoin College (Studzinski Recital AND3TRAUSS"OWDOIN#OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL Hall), Brunswick. $30. 725-3895. 7:30 p.m. (ALL "RUNSWICK PM Through Aug. 1. 4HROUGH!UG

The Portland Press Herald/ Thursday, July 21, 2011

The caliber of the musicians is such that the library likely would be overrun with folks seeking tickets if it were open to the general public, Fullam said. Among the musicians who have contributed to the project are Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul and Mary; jazz musician Brad Terry (Dizzy Gillespie, Doc Cheatham); folk veteran David Mallett; bass player and guitarist Paul Sullivan (B.B. King, The Pogues); and singer-songwriters Cindy Bullens and Jonathan Edwards. The visual arts community is represented by elite Maine artists, including Hardy, Dahlov Ipcar, Monica Kelly, Barbara Sullivan, Robert Shetterly, Frederick Lynch, Kate Cheney Chappell, Daniel Minter and others. The furniture makers are represented by the likes of Thomas Moser, Kevin Rodel and Peter Turner. “Painters, Players & Poets” promises to be an exhibition unlike any other in recent Maine history. It will include a display of the original artwork, a chair and an iPod with the corresponding song or poem. People who visit the exhibition are encouraged to sit and listen to music or words while contemplating the art. The idea behind the chairs is to help people absorb the work instead of just browsing through. Fullam hopes people will take the time to consider the relationship between the songs and the paintings. “We hope the chairs will cause people to spend 3 1/2 minutes in front of a painting and actually see it and hear the music,” he said. “We want them to be comfortable.” The goal of the show is pretty simple in Fullam’s mind. “I want people who visit the exhibition to take away the amazing brilliance and diversity in the arts that exists in the state of Maine,” he said. “This show has it all in one place – traditional and contemporary art, abstract and realistic. And in terms of music, we’ve got jazz, gospel, folk, new age and contemporary.” It wasn’t easy to pull all the disparate pieces together, but it was a lot of fun. Fullam likes to tell the story about the collaboration between the musicians Sullivan and Terry and the painter Ipcar. Sullivan, a Grammy Award-winning pianist, lives up around Blue Hill. Terry, a clarinetist, lives in Bath. Ipcar is from Georgetown. “Brad and Paul had never met each


Continued from Page E24 Hall, Bar Mills. $15 to $18 (pay what you can today and July 28). 929-5412. 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday and July 28. Through July 30. “Godspell,” musical based on the New Testament, Nasson Community Center (Little Theatre), Springvale. $8, $10. 432-3394. 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Through July 30. “The Belle of Amherst,” one-woman play based on the life and writings of Emily Dickinson, Centennial Hall, Harpswell. $15 to $20. 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and July 28. Through July 29. “Moon Over Buffalo,” slapstick comedy about a once-famous stage couple struggling with



WHERE: Opera House at Boothbay Harbor HOW MUCH: Free INFO: paintersplayersandpoets. com UP NEXT: Lewis Gallery, Portland Public Library, opening Sept. 2 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: n Players and poets – Noel Paul Stookey, Brad Terry, Paul Sullivan, Con Fullam, Martin Steingesser, Peter Harris, Cindy Bullens, Beth Wiemann, David Mallett, Betsy Sholl, Andrew Happel, Jonathan Edwards, Jeffrey Thompson, Bayou Swamp Swamis, Mekeel McBride and Elizabeth Tibbetts n Painters – Betsy McCall, Dahlov Ipcar, DeWitt Hardy, Monica Kelly, Barbara Sullivan, Kate Cheney Chappell, Frederick Lynch, Robert Shetterly, Susan Webster, Sean Beavers, Janice Lynch, Juliet Karelson, Daniel Minter, Bradford Sherman, Cynthia Stroud and Kathryn McKay n Chair makers – Allan Breed, Bruce Cahill, Charles and Jennifer Durfree, Aaron Fedarko, Wayne Hall, Bill Huston, Gregg Lipton, Austin Matheson, John McAlevey, Thomas Moser, Kevin Rodel, David Talley, Ross Timberlake, Peter Turner and Geoff Warner




JULY 22 7:30

In an era of auto-tune and manufactured music, Tricky Britches isn’t just a throwback - they’re a look forward

CASTLEBAY Celtic Music

JULY 23 7:30

The heritage of New England and the Celtic lands COMING JULY/AUGUST BEFORE BILL A comic romp through medieval times, July 28-August 14, a Freeport Shakespeare Festival production.


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other,” Fullam said. “I brought them together, introduced them and put the image of Dahlov’s in front of them and said, ‘Play.’ They came up with something that was completely improvisational, but when you hear it, you will swear it was all worked out. It is truly inspired.” Fullam plans to tour the project for the next year. Following the September show in Portland, “Painters, Players & Poets” will travel to Gould Academy in Bethel in October. He has it lined up for shows in Fryeburg, Belfast, Waterville and Farmington, and across the border in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Many other venues are pending, including one in Nova Scotia and another in Ireland.

Island (Ship's Stern), 1934. Private collection, courtesy Meredith Ward Fine Art, New York. © Estate of John Marin / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.



Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 or at: Follow him on Twitter at:

obscurity, Lakewood Theater, Madison. $18 to $37. 8 p.m. today to Saturday; 4 p.m. Sunday; 2 and 7 p.m. Wednesday; 8 p.m. July 28. Through July 30. “Much Ado About Nothing,” Shakespeare comedy in repertory, Theater at Monmouth. $20, $24. 9339999. 7:30 p.m. today. Through Aug. 20. “Waiting for Godot,” Samuel Beckett play about two men conversing while waiting for a third man, presented in repertory by Fenix Theater Company; Deering Oaks, Portland. Free. 6:30 p.m. today and Saturday. Through Aug. 12. “Nunsense,” musical comedy about nuns who put on a variety show, Boothbay Playhouse. $20; $17 for children under 12. 633-3379. 8 p.m. today and Friday; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday. “Love’s Labor’s Lost,” Shakespeare comedy presented in repertory by Fenix Theater Company,

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This exhibition was organized by the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA and the Portland Museum of Art. Generously supported by Isabelle and Scott Black. Supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support provided by The Bear Bookshop, Marlboro, Vermont.

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Continued from Page E12 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 Yarmouth Summer Arts Series, with the Joan 9ARMOUTH3UMMER!RTS3ERIES WITHTHE*OAN Kennedy Trio (country/folk/bluegrass), Royal River +ENNEDY4RIOCOUNTRYFOLKBLUEGRASS 2OYAL2IVER Park, Yarmouth. Free. 846-2406. 6:15 p.m. (Rain 0ARK 9ARMOUTH&REE PM2AIN DATEIS*ULY date is July 28.) Weekly Old Time Music Jam, open jam of 7EEKLY/LD4IME-USIC*AM OPENJAMOF old-time Appalachian music, Local Sprouts OLD TIME!PPALACHIANMUSIC ,OCAL3PROUTS #OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND &REETOPM Cooperative, Portland. 899-3529. Free. 7 to 9 p.m. Summer Music Series, with singer/songwriter 3UMMER-USIC3ERIES WITHSINGERSONGWRITER Jose Ayerve, Bangor Public Library. Free. *OS£!YERVE "ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 7 p.m. BPLLIBMEUSPM Auburn Community Concert Band, Festival !UBURN#OMMUNITY#ONCERT"AND &ESTIVAL Plaza, Auburn. Free. 333-6601, Ext. 2108. 7 to 0LAZA !UBURN&REE  %XTTO 8:15 p.m. PM Summer Concerts at Mill Creek Park, with Motor 3UMMER#ONCERTSAT-ILL#REEK0ARK WITH-OTOR Booty Affair (disco/funk), Mill Creek Park, South "OOTY!FFAIRDISCOFUNK -ILL#REEK0ARK 3OUTH Portland. Free. 767-7650. 6:30 to 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REE TOPM "Is It Pop, Jazz or Sounds from the Past?" with h)S)T0OP *AZZOR3OUNDSFROMTHE0ASTvWITH Kallie Ciechomski (viola) and Friends, Jordan +ALLIE#IECHOMSKIVIOLA AND&RIENDS *ORDAN Hall, Ocean Park. $5/donation. (ALL /CEAN0ARKDONATIONOCEANPARKORG 7:30 p.m. PM Music on the Mall, with The Blues Buzzards, -USICONTHE-ALL WITH4HE"LUES"UZZARDS Brunswick Mall. Free. 729-4439. 6 to 8 p.m. "RUNSWICK-ALL&REE TOPM Eric Bettencourt, acoustic pop/rock, Portland %RIC"ETTENCOURT ACOUSTICPOPROCK 0ORTLAND Lobster Company. Free, portlandlobstercompany. ,OBSTER#OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANY com. 6 to 9 p.m. COMTOPM Sunset Folk Series, with Sorcha, Western 3UNSET&OLK3ERIES WITH3ORCHA 7ESTERN Promenade Park, Portland. Free. 756-8275. 0ROMENADE0ARK 0ORTLAND&REE  7:30 p.m. PM JULY 28 *5,9 Shemekia Copeland, R&B/blues, The Landing at 3HEMEKIA#OPELAND 2"BLUES 4HE,ANDINGAT Pine Point, Scarborough. $20 in advance; $22.50 0INE0OINT 3CARBOROUGHINADVANCE at door. 7 p.m. ATDOORPM Wailin' Jennys, acoustic trio, benefits the 7AILIN*ENNYS ACOUSTICTRIO BENElTSTHE Mountain Top Music Center in Conway, N.H.; -OUNTAIN4OP-USIC#ENTERIN#ONWAY .( Stone Mountain Arts Center, Browntield.$55.8 p.m. 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER "ROWNlELDPM Elvis Costello &The Imposters, rock, State %LVIS#OSTELLO4HE)MPOSTERS ROCK 3TATE Theatre, Portland. Sold out. statetheatreportland. 4HEATRE 0ORTLAND3OLDOUTSTATETHEATREPORTLAND com. 7:30 p.m. COMPM

Wiz Khalifa, rap, with Big Sean and Chevy 7IZ+HALIFA RAP WITH"IG3EANAND#HEVY 7OODS -AINE3TATE0IER 0ORTLAND Woods, Maine State Pier, Portland. $32. 6 p.m. STATEPIERCOMPM 4HE"B" mAT 3ISTERS TRADITIONALFOLKMUSIC The Bb (B-flat) Sisters, traditional folk music, with Skip Holmes, Unity Centre for the WITH3KIP(OLMES 5NITY#ENTREFORTHE 0ERFORMING!RTS PM Performing Arts. $15. 948-7469. 7:30 p.m. *IMMY$ORITY PIANO ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE Jimmy Dority, piano, Local Sprouts Cooperative, 0ORTLAND&REEDONATIONS TOPM Portland. Free/donations. 899-3529. 7 to 9 p.m. Tony Boffa Band, blues/funk/soul, Memorial Park 4ONY"OFFA"AND BLUESFUNKSOUL -EMORIAL0ARK at Oak Hill, Scarborough. Free. 6:30 p.m. AT/AK(ILL 3CARBOROUGH&REEPM (OT3UMMER.IGHTS-USIC3ERIES WITH4HE Hot Summer Nights Music Series, with The $AN7ALKER4RIOACOUSTIC )SA"URKEAND,INA Dan Walker Trio (acoustic), Isa Burke and Lina Tullgren, Central School, South Berwick. Free/ 4ULLGREN #ENTRAL3CHOOL 3OUTH"ERWICK&REE donation. 384-5846. 6 p.m. DONATION PM *OINT#HIEFS ACOUSTICTRIO 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Joint Chiefs, acoustic trio, Portland Lobster Company. Free, 6 #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM to 9 p.m. TOPM Grupo Mofongo, Latin dance band, One 'RUPO-OFONGO ,ATINDANCEBAND /NE Longfellow Square, Portland. $8 in advance; $10 ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE at door, 8 p.m. ATDOORONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Alive at Five,CONCERTSERIESWITH-ARION concert series with Marion !LIVEAT&IVE

Grace (singer-songwriters) and Gypsy Tailwind 'RACESINGER SONGWRITERS AND'YPSY4AILWIND (Americana/roots), Monument Square, Portland. !MERICANAROOTS -ONUMENT3QUARE 0ORTLAND Free. 772-6828. &REE  5 to 7:30 p.m. TOPM Crusher's Kids Concerts in the Park,WITH3PARKS with Sparks #RUSHERS+IDS#ONCERTSINTHE0ARK

Ark (show and tell with wild animals), Deering !RKSHOWANDTELLWITHWILDANIMALS $EERING Oaks Park, Portland. Free. 756-8275 or 756/AKS0ARK 0ORTLAND&REE OR 8130. 12:20 p.m. PM Sean Mencher & His Rhythm Kings,ROCKABILLY rockabilly, 3EAN-ENCHER(IS2HYTHM+INGS

Fort Allen Park Bandstand, Eastern Promenade, &ORT!LLEN0ARK"ANDSTAND %ASTERN0ROMENADE Portland. Free. 756-8275 or 756-8130. 7 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REE OR PM

COMEDY N#/-%$9 Bob Marley, Deertrees Theatre, Harrison. $25. "OB-ARLEY $EERTREES4HEATRE (ARRISON 583-6747. 7 and 9:30 p.m. today.  ANDPMTODAY Comedy Showcase, with Frank Santorelli, 18#OMEDY3HOWCASE WITH&RANK3ANTORELLI  plus (16-plus with parent); Comedy Connection, PLUS PLUSWITHPARENT #OMEDY#ONNECTION Portland. $7.50. 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDMAINECOMEDYCOMPM today. TODAY Comedy Showcase, with Frank Santorelli #OMEDY3HOWCASE WITH&RANK3ANTORELLI and Tony Moschetto, 18-plus (16-plus with AND4ONY-OSCHETTO  PLUS PLUSWITH parent); Comedy Connection, Portland. $15. PARENT #OMEDY#ONNECTION 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. Friday and MAINECOMEDYCOMPM&RIDAYAND 3ATURDAY Saturday. "OB-ARLEY 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND Bob Marley, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $25. 7 p.m. (all-ages show); 9 ROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPMALL AGESSHOW  p.m. (21-plus show) Saturday. PM PLUSSHOW 3ATURDAY h4HE-OOSEIN-E THE-OOSEIN9OU vSTARRING "The Moose in Me, the Moose in You," starring 3USAN0OULINAS)DA $EERTREES4HEATRE (ARRISON Susan Poulin as Ida, Deertrees Theatre, Harrison.  PM*ULY $18. 583-6747. 8 p.m. July 28. Comedy Showcase, with Mike McDonald, 18#OMEDY3HOWCASE WITH-IKE-C$ONALD  plus (16-plus with parent); Comedy Connection, PLUS PLUSWITHPARENT #OMEDY#ONNECTION Portland. $7.50. 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDMAINECOMEDYCOMPM *ULY July 28.

BARS/CLUBS N"!23#,5"3 TODAY 4/$!9 Shawn Tooley, jazz, 21-pius; Gingko Blue Jazz 3HAWN4OOLEY JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ Club, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. #LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM The Song Dynasty, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue 4HE3ONG$YNASTY JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE Jazz Club, Portland, 9 p.m. to *AZZ#LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPMTO midnight. MIDNIGHT Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. /PEN-IC.IGHT $EER2UN4AVERN 9ARMOUTH 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m.  TOPM Sly-Chi, funk/soul, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. 3LY #HI FUNKSOUL  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Band Beyond Description, jam-band covers, 21"AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAM BANDCOVERS  plus; Big Easy, Portland, 9 PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOM p.m. PM Robert Cimitile, acoustic rock and covers, Andy's 2OBERT#IMITILE ACOUSTICROCKANDCOVERS !NDYS Old Port Pub, Portland, /LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOM 7 p.m. PM Adam Ezra Group, rock, 21-plus; Empire Dine & !DAM%ZRA'ROUP ROCK  PLUS%MPIRE$INE Dance, Portland, 9 p.m. $ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Retro Night, Asylum, Portland. 2ETRO.IGHT !SYLUM 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM Hyena, indie rock, tour kickoff show with Blood (YENA INDIEROCK TOURKICKOFFSHOWWITH"LOOD Warrior, Great Valley and Some Say Leland, The 7ARRIOR 'REAT6ALLEYAND3OME3AY,ELAND 4HE Oak and the Ax, Biddeford. $7. theoakandtheax. /AKANDTHE!X "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAX 8 p.m. BLOGSPOTCOMPM Union-Jefferson, blues, Blue, Portland. 5NION *EFFERSON BLUES "LUE 0ORTLAND 7:30 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Jacks and Aces, blues, Blue, Portland. *ACKSAND!CES BLUES "LUE 0ORTLAND 10 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM

Jazzy Chaz, jazz, Run of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. *AZZY#HAZ JAZZ 2UNOFTHE-ILL"REWPUB 3ACO  TOPM 571-9648. 8 to 11 p.m. 3LIGHTLY0OLISHED DANCEBAND 4HE,IBERAL#UP Slightly Polished, dance band, The Liberal Cup, (ALLOWELL TOPM Hallowell. 623-2739. 7 to 10 p.m. Plaid Daddy Jim, rock covers, Ri Ra, Portland. 0LAID$ADDY*IM ROCKCOVERS 2I2A 0ORTLAND 10 p.m. RIRACOMPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 2IPFENCE "LADESOF)NDICA 7ARKILLER 3HABTI Ripfence, Blades of Indica, Warkiller, Shabti, !BSENSEOFTHE3UN 6ERAS7ILLAND"LOODY Absense of the Sun, Vera's Will and Bloody Knuckles, metal, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. +NUCKLES METAL  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN $5. 784-7785. 9 p.m.  PM (EAVY-ETAL+INGS METAL  PLUS0ORT#ITY Heavy Metal Kings, metal, 18-plus; Port City -USIC(ALL 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF Music Hall, Portland. $15 in advance; $18 day of show; $25 VIP. 8 p.m. SHOW6)0PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM Blind Albert, acoustic rock, Andy's Old Port Pub, "LIND!LBERT ACOUSTICROCK !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Nuclear Boots and Metal Feathers, punk/rock, .UCLEAR"OOTSAND-ETAL&EATHERS PUNKROCK Bayside Bowl, Portland. $5. "AYSIDE"OWL 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOM 9 p.m. PM Friday Night Jazz, with Angela Plato (trumpet) &RIDAY.IGHT*AZZ WITH!NGELA0LATOTRUMPET and Evan Haines (guitar), Solo Bistro, Bath. 443AND%VAN(AINESGUITAR 3OLO"ISTRO "ATH 3373. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. TOPM David Mello, blues, 21-pius; Gingko Blue Jazz $AVID-ELLO BLUES  PLUS'INGKO"LUE*AZZ Club, Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. #LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMTOPM Mike ArcerioTrio, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue -IKE!RCERIO4RIO JAZZ  PLUS'INGKO"LUE Jazz Club, Portland, 9 p.m. to *AZZ#LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPMTO midnight. MIDNIGHT Pete Kilpatrick Band, rock/pop, with The Sara 0ETE+ILPATRICK"AND ROCKPOP WITH4HE3ARA Hal lie Richardson Band, 21-plus; Big Easy, (ALLIE2ICHARDSON"AND  PLUS"IG%ASY Portland, 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Hiss and Chambers, post-punk, with Project (ISSAND#HAMBERS POST PUNK WITH0ROJECT Jenny Project Jan, 21-plus; Empire Dine & Dance, *ENNY0ROJECT*AN  PLUS%MPIRE$INE$ANCE Portland. $6. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Dismantled, goth/industrial, with Cyanotic, 21$ISMANTLED GOTHINDUSTRIAL WITH#YANOTIC  plus; Asylum, Portland. $5. PLUS!SYLUM 0ORTLANDPORTLANDASYLUMCOM 9 p.m. PM Zack DuPont, singer-songwriter, Blue, Portland. :ACK$U0ONT SINGER SONGWRITER "LUE 0ORTLAND 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Bob Rasero, singer-songwriter, Blue, Portland. "OB2ASERO SINGER SONGWRITER "LUE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM

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Continued from Page E25 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 # Deering Oaks, Portland. $EERING/AKS 0ORTLAND&REEFENIXTHEATRECOM 6:30 p.m. Friday and July 28. Through Aug. 13. PM&RIDAYAND*ULY4HROUGH!UG "Pirates of Penzance," Freeport Players h0IRATESOF0ENZANCE v&REEPORT0LAYERS presentation of Gilbert & Sullivan comic opera, PRESENTATIONOF'ILBERT3ULLIVANCOMICOPERA Freeport Performing Arts Center. $10 to $15. &REEPORT0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTERTO 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 FCPONLINEORGPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY p.m. Sunday. Through July 31. PM3UNDAY4HROUGH*ULY "The Bikinis," musical about a 1964 girl group h4HE"IKINIS vMUSICALABOUTAGIRLGROUP who reunite, Northport Music Theater. $20, $25. WHOREUNITE .ORTHPORT-USIC4HEATER 7:30 p.m. Friday and NORTHPORTMUSICTHEATERCOMPM&RIDAYAND Saturday; 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Through July 31. 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY4HROUGH*ULY "Gypsy," classic musical based on the life of h'YPSY vCLASSICMUSICALBASEDONTHELIFEOF famous striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee, City FAMOUSSTRIPTEASEARTIST'YPSY2OSE,EE #ITY Theater, Biddeford. $20. 282-0849. 8 p.m. Friday 4HEATER "IDDEFORD PM&RIDAY and Saturday. Through Aug. 7. AND3ATURDAY4HROUGH!UG "Madame Burlesque," a tribute to the legends of h-ADAME"URLESQUE vATRIBUTETOTHELEGENDSOF

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WHEN I FOUND three types of Alex8)&/*'06/%UISFFUZQFTPG"MFY ander Keith's Nova Scotia Style Ale at my BOEFS,FJUIT/PWB4DPUJB4UZMF"MFBUNZ local Shaw's a couple of weeks ago, I was MPDBM4IBXTBDPVQMFPGXFFLTBHP *XBT a bit surprised. BCJUTVSQSJTFE I had received a press release last *IBESFDFJWFEBQSFTTSFMFBTFMBTU month that the beer - which is brewed NPOUIUIBUUIFCFFSoXIJDIJTCSFXFE in Baldwinsville, N.Y. - was going to be JO#BMEXJOTWJMMF /:oXBTHPJOHUPCF available in Maine, so I knew what it was. BWBJMBCMFJO.BJOF TP*LOFXXIBUJUXBT But Shaw's is a bit slow at picking up #VU4IBXTJTBCJUTMPXBUQJDLJOHVQ new local and unusual brands, and that's OFXMPDBMBOEVOVTVBMCSBOET BOEUIBUT where the surprise came. XIFSFUIFTVSQSJTFDBNF When I purchased the six-pack of the 8IFO*QVSDIBTFEUIFTJYQBDLPGUIF Nova Scotia brown ale and read the label /PWB4DPUJBCSPXOBMFBOESFBEUIFMBCFM at home, I saw St. Louis, and that made BUIPNF *TBX4U-PVJT BOEUIBUNBEF me think Budweiser. Sure enough, AlexNFUIJOL#VEXFJTFS4VSFFOPVHI "MFY ander Keith's is a subsidiary of Labatt's, BOEFS,FJUITJTBTVCTJEJBSZPG-BCBUUT  which is a subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch. XIJDIJTBTVCTJEJBSZPG"OIFVTFS#VTDI But Keith's goes back to 1820 in Halifax, #VU,FJUITHPFTCBDLUPJO)BMJGBY  so there is some history and tradition TPUIFSFJTTPNFIJTUPSZBOEUSBEJUJPO there. And I have actually liked BudUIFSF"OE*IBWFBDUVBMMZMJLFE#VE weiser's American Ale, so my hopes were XFJTFST"NFSJDBO"MF TPNZIPQFTXFSF still pretty high. TUJMMQSFUUZIJHI While the Keith's had a great body and 8IJMFUIF,FJUITIBEBHSFBUCPEZBOE mouthfeel, the beer was way too sweet NPVUIGFFM UIFCFFSXBTXBZUPPTXFFU for me. Not the sweetness of malt, but of GPSNF/PUUIFTXFFUOFTTPGNBMU CVUPG sugar. The sugar flavor was overpowerTVHBS5IFTVHBSnBWPSXBTPWFSQPXFS ing. JOH I happened to have a Nut Brown Ale *IBQQFOFEUPIBWFB/VU#SPXO"MF from Peak Organic Brewing Co. in PortGSPN1FBL0SHBOJD#SFXJOH$PJO1PSU land on hand, so I had one of those for MBOEPOIBOE TP*IBEPOFPGUIPTFGPS comparison. DPNQBSJTPO The Peak did not have as much body as 5IF1FBLEJEOPUIBWFBTNVDICPEZBT the Keith's, but the flavor was much more UIF,FJUIT CVUUIFnBWPSXBTNVDINPSF complex, with quite a bit of chocolate DPNQMFY XJUIRVJUFBCJUPGDIPDPMBUF malt. It was a much more satisfying beer. NBMU*UXBTBNVDINPSFTBUJTGZJOHCFFS Tom Atwell can be contacted at 791-6362]`Ob( or at: B][/beSZZQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$!$ bObeSZZ.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

burlesque by The Boston Babydolls, Lucid Stage, BURLESQUEBY4HE"OSTON"ABYDOLLS ,UCID3TAGE Portland. $18; $15 for seniors and students. 8990ORTLANDFORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS 3993. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY "Blithe Spirit," Noel Coward comedy, Theater h"LITHE3PIRIT v.OEL#OWARDCOMEDY 4HEATER at Monmouth. $20, $26. 939-9999. 7:30 p.m. AT-ONMOUTH  PM Friday and Saturday; 7 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. &RIDAYAND3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM July 28. Through Aug. 19. *ULY4HROUGH!UG "The 39 Steps," Everyman Repertory Theatre h4HE3TEPS v%VERYMAN2EPERTORY4HEATRE production of mystery comedy based on classic PRODUCTIONOFMYSTERYCOMEDYBASEDONCLASSIC Alfred Hitchcock film, Camden Opera House. !LFRED(ITCHCOCKlLM #AMDEN/PERA(OUSE $18; $10 for students. 236-0173. 7:30 p.m. FORSTUDENTS PM Friday and Saturday. Through July 30. &RIDAYAND3ATURDAY4HROUGH*ULY "44 Plays for 44 Presidents," fast-paced musical h0LAYSFOR0RESIDENTS vFAST PACEDMUSICAL dramedy, Acadia Repertory Theatre, Somersville. DRAMEDY !CADIA2EPERTORY4HEATRE 3OMERSVILLE $18 to $23; $10 for children under 16.244-7260. TOFORCHILDRENUNDER  8:15 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday to July PM3ATURDAY 3UNDAYAND4UESDAYTO*ULY 28. Through July 31. 4HROUGH*ULY "Marilyn! Babydoll Reflects," musical cabaret h-ARILYN"ABYDOLL2EmECTS vMUSICALCABARET about the life of Marilyn Monroe, Coastal Maine ABOUTTHELIFEOF-ARILYN-ONROE #OASTAL-AINE

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WFOJOHSPMMTBSPVOEBGUFSBTMPX  vening rolls around after a slow, SFMBYJOH CSFF[ZEBZBUUIFCFBDI relaxing, breezy day at the beach. 1SFQBSJOHBOEFBUJOHBMBSHFNFBMJT Preparing and eating a large meal is KVTUBCPVUUIFMBTUUIJOHZPVDBOJNBHJOF just about the last thing you can imagine EPJOH CVUBDPPMDPDLUBJMBOETPNFMJHIU  doing, but a cool cocktail and some light, EFMJDJPVTGBSFXPVMEmUUIFCJMMQFSGFDUMZ delicious fare would fit the bill perfectly. "OETPZPVmOEZPVSTFMGXPOEFSJOH And so you find yourself wondering XIFSFUPmOEUBTUFGVMUBQBT QFSGFDUMZ where to find tasteful tapas, perfectly QBJSFEXJOF BDBTVBMMZDPPMBUNPTQIFSF  paired wine, a casually cool atmosphere, BOESFMBYFE TPQIJTUJDBUFE DPNGPSUBCMF and relaxed, sophisticated, comfortable TFSWJDF service. -PPLOPGVSUIFSUIBO0ME7JOFT8JOF Look no further than Old Vines Wine #BS Bar. Old Vines is the brainchild of Mike 0ME7JOFTJTUIFCSBJODIJMEPG.JLF Farrell, whose long roster of food experi'BSSFMM XIPTFMPOHSPTUFSPGGPPEFYQFSJ ences - including some of New York's top FODFToJODMVEJOHTPNFPG/FX:PSLTUPQ kitchens, such as the Four Seasons and LJUDIFOT TVDIBTUIF'PVS4FBTPOTBOE Eleven Madison Park - gracefully mani&MFWFO.BEJTPO1BSLoHSBDFGVMMZNBOJ fest themselves through the wine and GFTUUIFNTFMWFTUISPVHIUIFXJOFBOE food of Maine's first and only traditional GPPEPG.BJOFTmSTUBOEPOMZUSBEJUJPOBM European-style wine bar. &VSPQFBOTUZMFXJOFCBS The core concept of the restaurant is 5IFDPSFDPODFQUPGUIFSFTUBVSBOUJT simple, and designed to meet three main TJNQMF BOEEFTJHOFEUPNFFUUISFFNBJO criteria: a comfortable atmosphere, great DSJUFSJBBDPNGPSUBCMFBUNPTQIFSF HSFBU food and knowledgeable service. After GPPEBOELOPXMFEHFBCMFTFSWJDF"GUFS spending some quality time experiencing TQFOEJOHTPNFRVBMJUZUJNFFYQFSJFODJOH both the food and wine, I can enthusiasCPUIUIFGPPEBOEXJOF *DBOFOUIVTJBT tically say those criteria have not only UJDBMMZTBZUIPTFDSJUFSJBIBWFOPUPOMZ been met, but well surpassed. CFFONFU CVUXFMMTVSQBTTFE Old Vines has the feel of a rustic barn 0ME7JOFTIBTUIFGFFMPGBSVTUJDCBSO mixed with hints of quiet sophistication NJYFEXJUIIJOUTPGRVJFUTPQIJTUJDBUJPO and elegance. Yet they maintain their BOEFMFHBODF:FUUIFZNBJOUBJOUIFJS friendly Mainer's touch throughout. In GSJFOEMZ.BJOFSTUPVDIUISPVHIPVU*O short, don't dismiss Old Vines as a place TIPSU EPOUEJTNJTT0ME7JOFTBTBQMBDF for uppity snobbery; rather, it's a place GPSVQQJUZTOPCCFSZSBUIFS JUTBQMBDF where walking through the door makes XIFSFXBMLJOHUISPVHIUIFEPPSNBLFT you feel you're part of a small club of ZPVGFFMZPVSFQBSUPGBTNBMMDMVCPG folks sharing a secret, mutually acknowlGPMLTTIBSJOHBTFDSFU NVUVBMMZBDLOPXM edging the happy fact that you've landed FEHJOHUIFIBQQZGBDUUIBUZPVWFMBOEFE upon an absolute gem. VQPOBOBCTPMVUFHFN The wine selection clearly stands front 5IFXJOFTFMFDUJPODMFBSMZTUBOETGSPOU


Continued from P a g e E28 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 & Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. $17, "OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY $20. 633-4333. 7 p.m. Saturday.  PM3ATURDAY "The Fantasticks," musical comedy h4HE&ANTASTICKS vMUSICALCOMEDY about two fathers who trick their ABOUTTWOFATHERSWHOTRICKTHEIR children into falling in love, Poland CHILDRENINTOFALLINGINLOVE 0OLAND Spring Inn. $10. 8 p.m. Tuesday. 3PRING)NNPM4UESDAY Through Aug. 30. 4HROUGH!UG "Murder a la Moliere," murderh-URDERALA-OLIERE vMURDER mystery dinner theater with music MYSTERYDINNERTHEATERWITHMUSIC from the 1970s, Carousel Music FROMTHES #AROUSEL-USIC Theater, Boothbay Harbor. $36; 4HEATER "OOTHBAY(ARBOR includes meal. 633-5297. 6:30 p.m. INCLUDESMEAL PM Tuesday to July 28. Through Aug. 28. 4UESDAYTO*ULY4HROUGH!UG "Room Service," farce about actors h2OOM3ERVICE vFARCEABOUTACTORS who try to get a play produced before WHOTRYTOGETAPLAYPRODUCEDBEFORE creditors shut them down, Theater at CREDITORSSHUTTHEMDOWN 4HEATERAT Monmouth. $20, $26. 933-9999. 7:30 -ONMOUTH   p.m. Wednesday. Through Aug. 20. PM7EDNESDAY4HROUGH!UG "T-O-T-A-L-L-Y!", one-woman h4 / 4 ! , , 9v ONE WOMAN show by Kimleigh Smith, Mayo SHOWBY+IMLEIGH3MITH -AYO Street Arts, Portland. $8 to $14. 3TREET!RTS 0ORTLANDTO 8 p.m. Wednesday. MAYOSTREETARTSORGPM7EDNESDAY "Singin' in the Rain," classic musical, h3INGININTHE2AIN vCLASSICMUSICAL Hackmatack Playhouse, Berwick. (ACKMATACK0LAYHOUSE "ERWICK $12 to $29.50. 698-1807. 8 p.m. TO PM Wednesday; 2 and 8 p.m. July 28. 7EDNESDAYANDPM*ULY Through Aug. 13. 4HROUGH!UG

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Vaudeville Fix, with The Debutante 6AUDEVILLE&IX WITH4HE$EBUTANTE Hour, Dos Eckies, Matiss Duhon and (OUR $OS%CKIES -ATISS$UHONAND vintage Super 8 and 16mm short VINTAGE3UPERANDMMSHORT films, Mayo Street Arts, Portland. $8. lLMS -AYO3TREET!RTS 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. July 28. MAYOSTREETARTSORGPM*ULY

ART MUSEUMS N!24-53%5-3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 Charlie Hewitt, pen-and-ink drawings, #HARLIE(EWITT PEN AND INKDRAWINGS Tides Institute and Museum of Art, 4IDES)NSTITUTEAND-USEUMOF!RT Eastport. Artist talk %ASTPORTTIDESINSTITUTEORG!RTISTTALK followed by reception, 7 p.m. Friday. FOLLOWEDBYRECEPTION PM&RIDAY Through Aug. 18. 4HROUGH!UG "Children's Book Illustrators," h#HILDRENS"OOK)LLUSTRATORS v original work by Maurice Sendak, Dr. ORIGINALWORKBY-AURICE3ENDAK $R Seuss, Jules Feiffer, Eric Carle, Leonard 3EUSS *ULES&EIFFER %RIC#ARLE ,EONARD Baskin, E.B. Lewis, Barbara Cooney "ASKIN %",EWIS "ARBARA#OONEY and more; University of New England ANDMORE5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND Art Gallery, Portland, !RT'ALLERY 0ORTLANDUNEEDU artgallery/childrensbook.cfm. Opening ARTGALLERYCHILDRENSBOOKCFM/PENING reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. RECEPTION TOPM7EDNESDAY Through Oct. 30. 4HROUGH/CT CONTINUING #/.4).5).' "The Plastic Ocean," ceramics by h4HE0LASTIC/CEAN vCERAMICSBY Susan Schultz, Ogunquit Museum of 3USAN3CHULTZ /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF American Art. !MERICAN!RTOGUNQUITMUSEUMORG Through July 3 1 . 4HROUGH*ULY "Refashioned," jackets, hairstyles and h2EFASHIONED vJACKETS HAIRSTYLESAND dresses reimagined as art by Lauren DRESSESREIMAGINEDASARTBY,AUREN Gillette, Anne Lemanski and Angelika 'ILLETTE !NNE,EMANSKIAND!NGELIKA Werth, Portland Museum of Art. 7ERTH 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT Through July 3 1 . PORTLANDMUSEUMORG4HROUGH*ULY

ART GALLERIES N!24'!,,%2)%3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 Julie Freund, "Reflections," plus *ULIE&REUND h2EmECTIONS vPLUS Frances Hynes, "Meeting Points," &RANCES(YNES h-EETING0OINTS v Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth. %LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH Artist's ELIZABETHMOSSGALLERIESCOM!RTISTS reception, 5 to 7 p.m. today. RECEPTION TOPMTODAY "Car Wash," photos by Eean Dedrick, h#AR7ASH vPHOTOSBY%EAN$EDRICK Salt Institute for Documentary 3ALT)NSTITUTEFOR$OCUMENTARY Studies, Portland. 761-0660. Opening 3TUDIES 0ORTLAND /PENING reception, 5 to 7 p.m. today. RECEPTION TOPMTODAY "The Boat," group show, Gallery on h4HE"OAT vGROUPSHOW 'ALLERYON Chase Hill, Kennebunkport. #HASE(ILL +ENNEBUNKPORT Reception, 5 to 7 p.m. MAINE ARTCOM2ECEPTION TOPM Saturday. Through Aug. 18. 3ATURDAY4HROUGH!UG "Drawing the Line #6," drawings h$RAWINGTHE,INE vDRAWINGS by Carly Glovinski, June Fitzpatrick BY#ARLY'LOVINSKI *UNE&ITZPATRICK Gallery at MECA, Portland. 699-5083. 'ALLERYAT-%#! 0ORTLAND  Opens Saturday. Through Aug. 20. /PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH!UG "Coastal Color: Nine Mid-Coast h#OASTAL#OLOR.INE-ID #OAST Artists," jewelry, oil paintings and !RTISTS vJEWELRY OILPAINTINGSAND more, River Arts Gallery II, DamariMORE 2IVER!RTS'ALLERY)) $AMARI scotta. 882-6960. Opens Wednesday. SCOTTA /PENS7EDNESDAY Through Aug. 10. 4HROUGH!UG CONTINUING #/.4).5).' "New Works," by Craig Mooney h.EW7ORKS vBY#RAIG-OONEY and Henry Isaacs, Gallery on Chase AND(ENRY)SAACS 'ALLERYON#HASE Hill, Kennebunkport. (ILL +ENNEBUNKPORTMAINE ARTCOM Through today. 4HROUGHTODAY

"Charting a Story: Martha Stewart's h#HARTINGA3TORY-ARTHA3TEWARTS Map Collection," old maps of Mt. -AP#OLLECTION vOLDMAPSOF-T Desert from Stewart's collection, $ESERTFROM3TEWARTSCOLLECTION College of the Atlantic, Ethel H. Blum #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC %THEL("LUM Gallery, Bar Harbor, Through 'ALLERY "AR(ARBORCOAEDU4HROUGH Saturday. 3ATURDAY Annual Maine Scene Exhibit, River !NNUAL-AINE3CENE%XHIBIT 2IVER Tree Arts, Kennebunk. 967-9120. 4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNK  Through Saturday. 4HROUGH3ATURDAY Pat Wheeler, J. Fred Woell, Jeff 0AT7HEELER *&RED7OELL *EFF Loxterkamp and Letson Douglass, ,OXTERKAMPAND,ETSON$OUGLASS paintings, photos and mixed media, PAINTINGS PHOTOSANDMIXEDMEDIA Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle. 348-9977. 4URTLE'ALLERY $EER)SLE  Through Saturday. 4HROUGH3ATURDAY "It's Not So Black and W h i t e , " blown h)TS.OT3O"LACKAND7HITE vBLOWN glass and pottery, Richard Boyd GLASSANDPOTTERY 2ICHARD"OYD Gallery, Peaks Island. 712-1097. 'ALLERY 0EAKS)SLAND  Through Tuesday. 4HROUGH4UESDAY America Martin, paintings, Carver Hill !MERICA-ARTIN PAINTINGS #ARVER(ILL Gallery, Rockland. 594-7745.Through 'ALLERY 2OCKLAND 4HROUGH Wednesday. 7EDNESDAY American Society of Cinematographers, !MERICAN3OCIETYOF#INEMATOGRAPHERS still photographs, Maine Media STILLPHOTOGRAPHS -AINE-EDIA Gallery, Rockport. 236-8581. Through 'ALLERY 2OCKPORT 4HROUGH Wednesday. 7EDNESDAY "Between Earth and Sky," sculpture h"ETWEEN%ARTHAND3KY vSCULPTURE exhibition and sale, work by 30 EXHIBITIONANDSALE WORKBY New England artists, June LaCombe .EW%NGLANDARTISTS *UNE,A#OMBE Sculpture, Pownal. 688-4468.Through 3CULPTURE 0OWNAL 4HROUGH Wednesday. (Open by appointment.) 7EDNESDAY/PENBYAPPOINTMENT "Four Square," new paintings, prints h&OUR3QUARE vNEWPAINTINGS PRINTS and collage in square format by ANDCOLLAGEINSQUAREFORMATBY

Judith Long, Alan Mast, Ed McCartan *UDITH,ONG !LAN-AST %D-C#ARTAN and Ann Slocum; Points of View AND!NN3LOCUM0OINTSOF6IEW Art Gallery, Brunswick. 725-8920. !RT'ALLERY "RUNSWICK  Through July 29. 4HROUGH*ULY "Where's My Ride?" multimedia h7HERES-Y2IDEvMULTIMEDIA show includes sculpture, paintings SHOWINCLUDESSCULPTURE PAINTINGS and drawings by Spindleworks artists, ANDDRAWINGSBY3PINDLEWORKSARTISTS Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks, 7HATNOT'ALLERY 3PINDLEWORKS Brunswick. 725-8820. Through July 29. "RUNSWICK 4HROUGH*ULY "Artists of Hallowell," work of local h!RTISTSOF(ALLOWELL vWORKOFLOCAL artists with music, readings and ARTISTSWITHMUSIC READINGSAND more; Harlow Gallery, Hallowell. MORE(ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELL Through July 29. HARLOWGALLERYORG4HROUGH*ULY "Thirteen," new watercolors by Tony h4HIRTEEN vNEWWATERCOLORSBY4ONY Van Hasselt, COCO VIVO Fine Art 6AN(ASSELT #/#/6)6/&INE!RT and Design, Boothbay Harbor. 633AND$ESIGN "OOTHBAY(ARBOR 0 6 7 1 . Through July 29. 4HROUGH*ULY Lloyd Metcalf, " I t Is What It Is," West ,LOYD-ETCALF h)T)S7HAT)T)S v7EST Buxton Public Library. 727-5898. "UXTON0UBLIC,IBRARY  Through July 30. 4HROUGH*ULY Charles Martin, cartoonist, artist and #HARLES-ARTIN CARTOONIST ARTISTAND illustrator who created more than 200 ILLUSTRATORWHOCREATEDMORETHAN covers for The New Yorker magazine, COVERSFOR4HE.EW9ORKERMAGAZINE Greenhut Galleries, Portland. 772'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND 2693. Through July 30. 4HROUGH*ULY "Scenes I've Seen," paintings by h3CENES)VE3EEN vPAINTINGSBY Thomas Connolly, Greenhut Galleries, 4HOMAS#ONNOLLY 'REENHUT'ALLERIES Portland. 772-2693. Through July 30. 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH*ULY " D r a w i n g the Line # 2 " by Noriko h$RAWINGTHE,INEvBY.ORIKO Sakanishi and "Drawing the Line 3AKANISHIANDh$RAWINGTHE,INE

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StaffWriter 4UBGG8SJUFS Flickering light from 1,000 candles will 'MJDLFSJOHMJHIUGSPN DBOEMFTXJMM cast a magical spell and set the McLaughDBTUBNBHJDBMTQFMMBOETFUUIF.D-BVHI lin Garden in South Paris aglow on SatMJO(BSEFOJO4PVUI1BSJTBHMPXPO4BU urday during the seventh annual Garden VSEBZEVSJOHUIFTFWFOUIBOOVBM(BSEFO Illuminated party. *MMVNJOBUFEQBSUZ "The garden is beautiful at night," said i5IFHBSEFOJTCFBVUJGVMBUOJHIU wTBJE McLaughlin executive director Ruth .D-BVHIMJOFYFDVUJWFEJSFDUPS3VUI Copeman. "The light-colored flowers re$PQFNBOi5IFMJHIUDPMPSFEnPXFSTSF ally pop, and the smells travel really well BMMZQPQ BOEUIFTNFMMTUSBWFMSFBMMZXFMM at night." BUOJHIUw The three-acre mature garden, which 5IFUISFFBDSFNBUVSFHBSEFO XIJDI was planted 75 years ago by Bernard XBTQMBOUFEZFBSTBHPCZ#FSOBSE McLaughlin, features an array of plants .D-BVHIMJO GFBUVSFTBOBSSBZPGQMBOUT currently in bloom, including hostas, DVSSFOUMZJOCMPPN JODMVEJOHIPTUBT  astilbe, black-eyed Susans, day lilies and BTUJMCF CMBDLFZFE4VTBOT EBZMJMJFTBOE ghost beard. HIPTUCFBSE "The plants actually look different at i5IFQMBOUTBDUVBMMZMPPLEJGGFSFOUBU night," Copeman said. "Just like we dress OJHIU w$PQFNBOTBJEi+VTUMJLFXFESFTT up at night and look different, the garden VQBUOJHIUBOEMPPLEJGGFSFOU UIFHBSEFO plants put on a different face at night." QMBOUTQVUPOBEJGGFSFOUGBDFBUOJHIUw Candles will be sprinkled throughout the $BOEMFTXJMMCFTQSJOLMFEUISPVHIPVUUIF property in candle holders and in paper QSPQFSUZJODBOEMFIPMEFSTBOEJOQBQFS luminaries. MVNJOBSJFT "We use soy- or bee-based candles, i8FVTFTPZPSCFFCBTFEDBOEMFT  because they burn better and are more CFDBVTFUIFZCVSOCFUUFSBOEBSFNPSF environmentally friendly," Copeman said. FOWJSPONFOUBMMZGSJFOEMZ w$PQFNBOTBJE Battery-operated candles will illuminate #BUUFSZPQFSBUFEDBOEMFTXJMMJMMVNJOBUF the interior of the cathedral-like barn. UIFJOUFSJPSPGUIFDBUIFESBMMJLFCBSO Inside the 171-year-old barn, Aborea will *OTJEFUIFZFBSPMECBSO "CPSFBXJMM play folk music, Maurice's will offer finger QMBZGPMLNVTJD .BVSJDFTXJMMPGGFSmOHFS foods, and artist Linda Isham will demonGPPET BOEBSUJTU-JOEB*TIBNXJMMEFNPO strate the ink-and-stick drawing technique TUSBUFUIFJOLBOETUJDLESBXJOHUFDIOJRVF she used to create the tree studies on TIFVTFEUPDSFBUFUIFUSFFTUVEJFTPO display. A cash bar also will be located in EJTQMBZ"DBTICBSBMTPXJMMCFMPDBUFEJO the barn. UIFCBSO Party-goers will have an opportunity to 1BSUZHPFSTXJMMIBWFBOPQQPSUVOJUZUP send their wishes into the spirit realm TFOEUIFJSXJTIFTJOUPUIFTQJSJUSFBMN during the festivities. Ten wish lanterns, EVSJOHUIFGFTUJWJUJFT5FOXJTIMBOUFSOT  which are oversized paper bags, will be XIJDIBSFPWFSTJ[FEQBQFSCBHT XJMMCF available for guests to write their hopes BWBJMBCMFGPSHVFTUTUPXSJUFUIFJSIPQFT and dreams on. At the end of the party, BOEESFBNTPO"UUIFFOEPGUIFQBSUZ  each lantern will be set alight and the FBDIMBOUFSOXJMMCFTFUBMJHIUBOEUIF


Continued from Page E29 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 ' #4" by various artists, June Fitzpatrick Gallery at vBYVARIOUSARTISTS *UNE&ITZPATRICK'ALLERYAT MECA, Portland. 772-1961. Through July 30. -%#! 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH*ULY Francine Schrock and Patrick Plourde, new &RANCINE3CHROCKAND0ATRICK0LOURDE NEW paintings and sculptures, Harmon's & Barton's PAINTINGSANDSCULPTURES (ARMONS"ARTONS Gallery, Portland. 774-5946. Through July 30. 'ALLERY 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH*ULY Lin Lisberger, carved wood sculpture exhibit, 3 ,IN,ISBERGER CARVEDWOODSCULPTUREEXHIBIT  Fish Gallery, Portland. Through July 30. &ISH'ALLERY 0ORTLAND4HROUGH*ULY Steven Lanzalotta, "A New Light," Heron Point 3TEVEN,ANZALOTTA h!.EW,IGHT v(ERON0OINT Gallery, Portland. 809-0051 .Through July 30. 'ALLERY 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH*ULY Maine Sculptors 2011, works by 15 sculptors, -AINE3CULPTORS WORKSBYSCULPTORS Portland Public Library (Lewis Gallery). 8710ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY,EWIS'ALLERY  1700. Through July 30. 4HROUGH*ULY Martha Baum:"Bath and Beyond," paintings, Just -ARTHA"AUMh"ATHAND"EYOND vPAINTINGS *UST Framing, Bath. 443-3076. Through July 30. &RAMING "ATH 4HROUGH*ULY Vito DeVito, recent bronze sculptures 6ITO$E6ITO RECENTBRONZESCULPTURES and graphics, Frost Farm Gallery, Norway. ANDGRAPHICS &ROST&ARM'ALLERY .ORWAY Through July 30. FROSTFARMGALLERYCOM4HROUGH*ULY Andrea van Voorst van Beest and Dan Dow, new !NDREAVAN6OORSTVAN"EESTAND$AN$OW NEW work (intaglio prints and photographs), Addison WORKINTAGLIOPRINTSANDPHOTOGRAPHS !DDISON Woolley Gallery, Portland. 450-8499. Through 7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH July 30. *ULY "Aviary: A Winged Celebration," work by local h!VIARY!7INGED#ELEBRATION vWORKBYLOCAL artists, students and bird lovers; Frontier Cafe, ARTISTS STUDENTSANDBIRDLOVERS&RONTIER#AFE

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WHEN: 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. E63<(&(!b](!^[ Saturday (Rain date is July AObc`ROg@OW\RObSWa8cZg 30) ! WHERE: McLaughlin Garden, 97 Main E63@3(;Q:OcUVZW\5O`RS\'%;OW\ St., South Paris AbA]cbV>O`Wa HOW MUCH: $20 6=E;C16(  INFO: 743-8820; 7<4=(%"!&& )[QZOcUVZW\UO`RS\]`U

lanterns, along with the wishes, will rise MBOUFSOT BMPOHXJUIUIFXJTIFT XJMMSJTF into the air and float away. JOUPUIFBJSBOEnPBUBXBZ During the day, the gardens typically at%VSJOHUIFEBZ UIFHBSEFOTUZQJDBMMZBU tract tourists and retired people who enjoy USBDUUPVSJTUTBOESFUJSFEQFPQMFXIPFOKPZ gardening. However, the party entices a HBSEFOJOH)PXFWFS UIFQBSUZFOUJDFTB different crowd. EJGGFSFOUDSPXE "What we see at Garden Illuminated i8IBUXFTFFBU(BSEFO*MMVNJOBUFE is couples on dates, young people and JTDPVQMFTPOEBUFT ZPVOHQFPQMFBOE groups of girlfriends," Copeman said. "It's HSPVQTPGHJSMGSJFOET w$PQFNBOTBJEi*UT a much younger, more social crowd." BNVDIZPVOHFS NPSFTPDJBMDSPXEw Staff Writer Avery Yale Kamila can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`/dS`gGOZS9O[WZOQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6297 or at: %'$ '%]`Ob( OYO[WZO.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Follow her on Twitter at: 4]ZZ]eVS`]\BeWbbS`Ob( Twitter. com/A very YaleKamila BeWbbS`Q][/dS`gGOZS9O[WZO Cinema & Gallery, Brunswick. 725-8820. #INEMA'ALLERY "RUNSWICK  Through July 31. 4HROUGH*ULY Barbara Klein and Jane Bowman, watercolors "ARBARA+LEINAND*ANE"OWMAN WATERCOLORS and acrylics, Pemaquid Art Gallery. ANDACRYLICS 0EMAQUID!RT'ALLERY Through July 31. PEMAQUIDGALLERYCOM4HROUGH*ULY "Transitions," new works by Sonia Anne-Cooke h4RANSITIONS vNEWWORKSBY3ONIA!NNE #OOKE Broen, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. 347"ROEN 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 3075. Through July 31. 4HROUGH*ULY "Garden Girls," mixed-media garden sculptures h'ARDEN'IRLS vMIXED MEDIAGARDENSCULPTURES by Natasha Kempers-Cullen, Markings Gallery, BY.ATASHA+EMPERS #ULLEN -ARKINGS'ALLERY Bath. 443-1499. Through July 31. "ATH 4HROUGH*ULY "Fruits of the Sea," watercolors by Jean Kigel, h&RUITSOFTHE3EA vWATERCOLORSBY*EAN+IGEL Archipelago, Rockland. 596-0701. Through July 31. !RCHIPELAGO 2OCKLAND 4HROUGH*ULY Joan Wright, Lydia Kaeyer, Sandra Leinonen and *OAN7RIGHT ,YDIA+AEYER 3ANDRA,EINONENAND William Mack, photography, oil and watercolor 7ILLIAM-ACK PHOTOGRAPHY OILANDWATERCOLOR paintings, and woodturning, Art Space Gallery, PAINTINGS ANDWOODTURNING !RT3PACE'ALLERY Rockland. Through July 31. 2OCKLAND4HROUGH*ULY Guest Artist Pamela duLong Williams, York Art 'UEST!RTIST0AMELADU,ONG7ILLIAMS 9ORK!RT Association, York Harbor. 363-4049. Through July !SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBOR 4HROUGH*ULY 31.  Susan Metzger and Simon van der Ven, Aarhus 3USAN-ETZGERAND3IMONVANDER6EN !ARHUS Gallery, Belfast. 338-0001. Through July 31. 'ALLERY "ELFAST 4HROUGH*ULY "Variations IV: An Exhibition of Art, Objects and h6ARIATIONS)6!N%XHIBITIONOF!RT /BJECTSAND Perspectives," highlighting seven artists, seven 0ERSPECTIVES vHIGHLIGHTINGSEVENARTISTS SEVEN objects and multiple perspectives, Circling the OBJECTSANDMULTIPLEPERSPECTIVES #IRCLINGTHE Square Fine Art Press Gallery, Gardiner. 5823QUARE&INE!RT0RESS'ALLERY 'ARDINER 2108. Through July 31. 4HROUGH*ULY

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N"%.%&)43 BENEFITS TODAY 4/$!9 $ECORATOR3HOW(OUSE TOURHOMEDECORATEDBY Decorator Show House, tour home decorated by interior designers; benefits the Museums of Old INTERIORDESIGNERSBENElTSTHE-USEUMSOF/LD York; Emerson House, York. $20. 10 9ORK%MERSON(OUSE 9ORKOLDYORKORG a.m. to 7 p.m. today; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and AMTOPMTODAYAMTOPM&RIDAYAND Saturday; 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 3ATURDAYTOPM3UNDAYAMTOPM Monday, Wednesday and July 28. Through Aug. 13. -ONDAY 7EDNESDAYAND*ULY4HROUGH!UG Annual Tasting for Victor Ale, beer tasting, !NNUAL4ASTINGFOR6ICTOR!LE BEERTASTING food, music, tours of the arts center, pingFOOD MUSIC TOURSOFTHEARTSCENTER PING pong, a short film and performances by Sean PONG ASHORTlLMANDPERFORMANCESBY3EAN Mencher and His Rhythm Kings; benefits the arts -ENCHERAND(IS2HYTHM+INGSBENElTSTHEARTS center; St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $15. CENTER3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 5:30 p.m. STLAWRENCEARTSORGPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Wiscasset Old Jail Antiques Show and 7ISCASSET/LD*AIL!NTIQUES3HOWAND Sale, benefits the Lincoln County Historical 3ALE BENElTSTHE,INCOLN#OUNTY(ISTORICAL Association's efforts to maintain and restore the !SSOCIATIONSEFFORTSTOMAINTAINANDRESTORETHE historic building; Lincoln County Museum and Old HISTORICBUILDING,INCOLN#OUNTY-USEUMAND/LD Jail, Wiscasset. Free. 882-9628. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. *AIL 7ISCASSET&REE AMTOPM Arts, Crafts and Photography Fair, benefits the !RTS #RAFTSAND0HOTOGRAPHY&AIR BENElTSTHE Libby Memorial Library, Memorial Park, Old ,IBBY-EMORIAL,IBRARY -EMORIAL0ARK /LD Orchard Beach. 934-4351. Noon to 6 p.m. /RCHARD"EACH .OONTOPM Herb Noble Memorial Charity Ride, with raffles (ERB.OBLE-EMORIAL#HARITY2IDE WITHRAFmES and live music by The Alan Roux Band and The ANDLIVEMUSICBY4HE!LAN2OUX"ANDAND4HE Dirty 3rds; benefits the Barbara Bush Children's $IRTYRDSBENElTSTHE"ARBARA"USH#HILDRENS Hospital at Maine Medical Center; Bentley's (OSPITALAT-AINE-EDICAL#ENTER"ENTLEYS Saloon, Arundel. $25. 8:30 3ALOON !RUNDELBENTLEYSSALOONCOM a.m. registration and breakfast; ride starts at AMREGISTRATIONANDBREAKFASTRIDESTARTSAT 10:30 a.m. AM "Came to Believe," benefit concert by Dream in h#AMETO"ELIEVE vBENElTCONCERTBY$REAMIN Purple (instrumental rock) and Salvation House 0URPLEINSTRUMENTALROCK AND3ALVATION(OUSE (Christian rock) for Our Father's House, a drug and #HRISTIANROCK FOR/UR&ATHERS(OUSE ADRUGAND alcohol recovery home; Our Father's House, Saco. ALCOHOLRECOVERYHOME/UR&ATHERS(OUSE 3ACO 467-5697. Noon to 9 p.m.  .OONTOPM Run for the Sun 5K Road Race, benefits the 2UNFORTHE3UN+2OAD2ACE BENElTSTHE Cathance River Education Alliance, Downtown #ATHANCE2IVER%DUCATION!LLIANCE $OWNTOWN Brunswick Mall/gazebo area on Maine Street, "RUNSWICK-ALLGAZEBOAREAON-AINE3TREET Brunswick. $15, $20. 837-5480. 9 a.m. "RUNSWICK  AM "Music and Treasures Among the Trees," family h-USICAND4REASURES!MONGTHE4REES vFAMILY yard sale with barbershop singers; fundraiser for YARDSALEWITHBARBERSHOPSINGERSFUNDRAISERFOR the Maine-ly Harmony Chorus; Hill Gardens THE-AINE LY(ARMONY#HORUS(ILL'ARDENS Nursery, Palermo. 622-1273. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. .URSERY 0ALERMO AMTOPM (Rain date is Sunday.) 2AINDATEIS3UNDAY Arts and Crafts Fair, on the lawn of the library and !RTSAND#RAFTS&AIR ONTHELAWNOFTHELIBRARYAND at Veteran's Memorial Park; benefits the library; AT6ETERANS-EMORIAL0ARKBENElTSTHELIBRARY Edith Belle Libby Memorial Library, Old Orchard %DITH"ELLE,IBBY-EMORIAL,IBRARY /LD/RCHARD Beach. Noon to 6 p.m. "EACH.OONTOPM JULY 28 *5,9 Bark in the Park, dogs available for adoption, "ARKINTHE0ARK DOGSAVAILABLEFORADOPTION wading pool, dog treats and games prior to Sea WADINGPOOL DOGTREATSANDGAMESPRIORTO3EA Dogs game; benefits Portland Police Department's $OGSGAMEBENElTS0ORTLAND0OLICE$EPARTMENTS K-9 Unit; Hadlock Field, Portland. $7 for people; + 5NIT(ADLOCK&IELD 0ORTLANDFORPEOPLE $7 for dogs. (Dogs must have tickets.) 346-8606. FORDOGS$OGSMUSTHAVETICKETS   Pre-game parade for dogs and people led by 0RE GAMEPARADEFORDOGSANDPEOPLELEDBY Slugger, 6:15 p.m. 3LUGGER PM

FAIRS/FESTIVALS N&!)23&%34)6!,3 Central Maine Egg Festival, parade, egg dishes, #ENTRAL-AINE%GG&ESTIVAL PARADE EGGDISHES a street dance, barbecue, carnival rides and the ASTREETDANCE BARBECUE CARNIVALRIDESANDTHE world's largest frying pan, Crosby Street, Pittsfield. WORLDSLARGESTFRYINGPAN #ROSBY3TREET 0ITTSlELD Most events are free. Various times today to -OSTEVENTSAREFREE6ARIOUSTIMESTODAYTO Saturday; schedule at 3ATURDAYSCHEDULEATPITTSlELDORG Western Maine BBQ Festival, entertainment, 7ESTERN-AINE""1&ESTIVAL ENTERTAINMENT food vendors, demonstrations and family FOODVENDORS DEMONSTRATIONSANDFAMILY activities; Maine Lions Club fundraiser; Fryeburg ACTIVITIES-AINE,IONS#LUBFUNDRAISER&RYEBURG Fairgrounds. $5; free for children 10 and under. &AIRGROUNDSFREEFORCHILDRENANDUNDER 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. WESTERNMAINEBBQFESTIVALCOMAMTOPM Saturday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYAMTOPM3UNDAY 42nd Annual Watertown Intown Arts Fest, more ND!NNUAL7ATERTOWN)NTOWN!RTS&EST MORE than 100 artists, children's activities, food and THANARTISTS CHILDRENSACTIVITIES FOODAND more, Main Street, Waterville. 680-2055. 9 a.m. MORE -AIN3TREET 7ATERVILLE AM to 4 p.m. TOPM Kids Fest, games, food and craftmaking, live +IDS&EST GAMES FOODANDCRAFTMAKING LIVE animals and more, L.L. Bean Discovery Park, ANIMALSANDMORE ,,"EAN$ISCOVERY0ARK Freeport. Free. 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday; &REEPORT&REEAMTOPM3ATURDAY schedule at SCHEDULEATLLBEANCOMSHOPRETAIL3TORES summerlnThePark. SUMMER)N4HE0ARK Eighth Annual Harpswell Festival, Shindig & %IGHTH!NNUAL(ARPSWELL&ESTIVAL 3HINDIG Lobster Boat Races, food, entertainment, live ,OBSTER"OAT2ACES FOOD ENTERTAINMENT LIVE music, rides, games, arts and crafts, fireworks and MUSIC RIDES GAMES ARTSANDCRAFTS lREWORKSAND more; George J. Mitchell Field, Harpswell. Free. MORE'EORGE*-ITCHELL&IELD (ARPSWELL&REE 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. HARPSWELLFESTIVALORGAMTOPM3ATURDAY


ceramics, jewelry, woodwork, fiber art, sculpture CERAMICS JEWELRY WOODWORK lBERART SCULPTURE and more, Sprague Hall, Cape Elizabeth. 318ANDMORE 3PRAGUE(ALL #APE%LIZABETH 1049. 6 to 8 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. TOPM&RIDAYAMTOPM Saturday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYAMTOPM3UNDAY

Ribs, chicken wings, sausage and @WPaQVWQYS\eW\UaaOcaOUSO\R brisket are on the menu this weekend P`WaYSbO`S]\bVS[S\cbVWaeSSYS\R at the first Western Maine BBQ ObbVS¿`abESabS`\;OW\S00? Festival at the Fryeburg Fairgrounds. 4SabWdOZObbVS4`gSPc`U4OW`U`]c\Ra The festival, sanctioned by the New BVSTSabWdOZaO\QbW]\SRPgbVS<Se England Barbecue Society, will dish 3\UZO\R0O`PSQcSA]QWSbgeWZZRWaV up $12,500 in prize money to cooking c^ #W\^`WhS[]\Sgb]Q]]YW\U teams. The public can sample 'cue bSO[aBVS^cPZWQQO\aO[^ZS¸QcS from vendors and, for a $5 fee, T`][dS\R]`aO\RT]`O#TSS take part in the "peoples' choice" bOYS^O`bW\bVSµ^S]^ZSa¸QV]WQS¶ competition. Wash it down with a Q][^SbWbW]\EOaVWbR]e\eWbVO brew from the beer tent. Festival hours P`SeT`][bVSPSS`bS\b4SabWdOZV]c`a are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 10 O`SO[b]&^[AObc`ROgO\R a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5 O[b]"^[Ac\ROg/R[WaaW]\Wa# for adults, and free for children ages T]`ORcZbaO\RT`SST]`QVWZR`S\OUSa 10 and under. For more information, go O\Rc\RS`4]`[]`SW\T]`[ObW]\U] to b]eSabS`\[OW\SPP_TSabWdOZQ][ Maine Open Farm Day, farms throughout -AINE/PEN&ARM$AY FARMSTHROUGHOUT Maine will open to the public with activities -AINEWILLOPENTOTHEPUBLICWITHACTIVITIES and demonstrations from milking to felting; pet ANDDEMONSTRATIONSFROMMILKINGTOFELTINGPET farm animals, pick berries, tour a barn or go on FARMANIMALS PICKBERRIES TOURABARNORGOON a hay ride; various locations statewide. List of AHAYRIDEVARIOUSLOCATIONSSTATEWIDE,ISTOF participating farms at Sunday. PARTICIPATINGFARMSATGETREALMAINECOM3UNDAY

SPECIAL EVENTS N30%#)!,%6%.43 TODAY 4/$!9 Tate House Museum Architecture Tours, 904ATE(OUSE-USEUM!RCHITECTURE4OURS  minute tours, Tate House Museum, Portland. $6, MINUTETOURS 4ATE(OUSE-USEUM 0ORTLAND $8; $3 for children. 774-6177. 10 and 11:30 a.m.; FORCHILDREN ANDAM 1 and 2:30 p.m. ANDPM "Tastefully Maine Midsummer Food and Spirits h4ASTEFULLY-AINE-IDSUMMER&OODAND3PIRITS in the Gardens," gala party with local food and INTHE'ARDENS vGALAPARTYWITHLOCALFOODAND spirits, music by The Edith Jones Project big SPIRITS MUSICBY4HE%DITH*ONES0ROJECTBIG band, 21-plus; Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, BAND  PLUS#OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS Boothbay. $75; reservations required. 633-4333. "OOTHBAYRESERVATIONSREQUIRED  5 to 8 p.m. TOPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 "Nature Odyssey," slide film narrated by h.ATURE/DYSSEY vSLIDElLMNARRATEDBY photographer John Green, Araxine Wilkins Sawyer PHOTOGRAPHER*OHN'REEN !RAXINE7ILKINS3AWYER Memorial, Greene. 946-5311. 2 and 7 p.m. -EMORIAL 'REENE ANDPM Wood Island Lighthouse Tours, guided tours, 7OOD)SLAND,IGHTHOUSE4OURS GUIDEDTOURS Wood Island Lighthouse, Biddeford. $10; 7OOD)SLAND,IGHTHOUSE "IDDEFORD reservations required. 286-3229. 10 and 11 a.m. RESERVATIONSREQUIRED ANDAM Friday, Saturday and Wednesday. Through Aug. 3 1 . &RIDAY 3ATURDAYAND7EDNESDAY4HROUGH!UG "Midsummer Market at the Gardens: A Gathering h-IDSUMMER-ARKETATTHE'ARDENS!'ATHERING of Sustainable Choices," live entertainment, OF3USTAINABLE#HOICES vLIVEENTERTAINMENT demonstrations and vendors, Coastal Maine DEMONSTRATIONSANDVENDORS #OASTAL-AINE Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. 633-4333. 9 a.m. to "OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY AMTO 4 p.m. Friday to Sunday. PM&RIDAYTO3UNDAY Fresh Art Show and Sale, photography, paintings, &RESH!RT3HOWAND3ALE PHOTOGRAPHY PAINTINGS

A6IPASSANAMEDITATIONRETREATINAN!LABAMA a Vipassana meditation retreat in an Alabama prison; followed by discussion, Rockland Library. PRISONFOLLOWEDBYDISCUSSION 2OCKLAND,IBRARY Free. 594-0310. 6:30 p.m. &REE PM FRIDAY &2)$!9 "Homeland," documentary about environmental h(OMELAND vDOCUMENTARYABOUTENVIRONMENTAL and social issues of today's Native Americans, ANDSOCIALISSUESOFTODAYS.ATIVE!MERICANS discussion with Barry Dana of Penobscot Nation DISCUSSIONWITH"ARRY$ANAOF0ENOBSCOT.ATION follows, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, FOLLOWS #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS Boothbay. 633-4333. 1:30 p.m. "OOTHBAY PM

SUNDAY 35.$!9 Summer Silent Film Series, silent films with 3UMMER3ILENT&ILM3ERIES SILENTlLMSWITH live music, Leavitt Theatre, Ogunquit. $5. LIVEMUSIC ,EAVITT4HEATRE /GUNQUIT Double-bill of "Tolable David" LEAVITTHEATRECOM$OUBLE BILLOFh4OLABLE$AVIDv (1921) and "Hell's Hinges" (1918), 2 p.m.  ANDh(ELLS(INGESv PM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "Queen of the Sun: What Are The Bees Penobscot Bay Day 75th Anniversary Celebration, h1UEENOFTHE3UN7HAT!RE4HE"EES 0ENOBSCOT"AY$AYTH!NNIVERSARY#ELEBRATION Telling Us?," documentary on the bee crisis, 4ELLING5S vDOCUMENTARYONTHEBEECRISIS live music, guided tours, crafts and a birthday LIVEMUSIC GUIDEDTOURS CRAFTSANDABIRTHDAY Strand Theatre, Rockland. $7.50, $8.50. cake, Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport. Free. 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND  CAKE 0ENOBSCOT-ARINE-USEUM 3EARSPORT&REE 3 and 7 p.m. ROCKLANDSTRANDCOMANDPM 548-2529. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  AMTOPM Lighthouse tours, one of only 40 caisson-style ,IGHTHOUSETOURS ONEOFONLYCAISSON STYLE MONDAY -/.$!9 lighthouses in the U.S. and the only one open LIGHTHOUSESINTHE53ANDTHEONLYONEOPEN "City Dark," new documentary about light h#ITY$ARK vNEWDOCUMENTARYABOUTLIGHT to visitors; must be more than 55 inches tall; TOVISITORSMUSTBEMORETHANINCHESTALL pollution, Strand Theatre, Rockland. $7.50, $8.50. canceled in case of rain or fog; Spring Point Ledge POLLUTION 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND  CANCELEDINCASEOFRAINORFOG3PRING0OINT,EDGE 7 p.m. Monday; 1 p.m. ROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM-ONDAYPM Lighthouse, South Portland. $5; free for children ,IGHTHOUSE 3OUTH0ORTLANDFREEFORCHILDREN Tuesday. 4UESDAY under 14. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. UNDERSPRINGPOINTLIGHTORGAMTOPM Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Weapons of the 17th and 18th Centuries, 7EAPONSOFTHETHANDTH#ENTURIES Summer Documentary Series, Portland Public 3UMMER$OCUMENTARY3ERIES 0ORTLAND0UBLIC demonstrations of weapons including a 3-pound DEMONSTRATIONSOFWEAPONSINCLUDINGA POUND Library, Rines Auditorium. Free. 871-1700. "POV ,IBRARY 2INES!UDITORIUM&REE h0/6 cannon and matchlock and flintlock muskets, CANNONANDMATCHLOCKANDmINTLOCKMUSKETS Short Cuts," 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 3HORT#UTS vTOPM Colonial Pemaquid Historic Site, New Harbor. #OLONIAL0EMAQUID(ISTORIC3ITE .EW(ARBOR Summer Film Festival, Patten Free Library, Bath. 3UMMER&ILM&ESTIVAL 0ATTEN&REE,IBRARY "ATH 677-2423. 1 and 3 p.m.  ANDPM Free. 443-5141. "Nurse. Fighter. Boy" (drama from &REE h.URSE&IGHTER"OYvDRAMAFROM Antique Truck, Tractor and Aeroplane Show, plus !NTIQUE4RUCK 4RACTORAND!EROPLANE3HOW PLUS Canada), 6:30 p.m. #ANADA PM commercial and military vehicles and vintage COMMERCIALANDMILITARYVEHICLESANDVINTAGE "Rapid River Races, 1940," 17-minute silent color h2APID2IVER2ACES  v MINUTESILENTCOLOR earth-movers, Owls Head Transportation Museum. EARTH MOVERS /WLS(EAD4RANSPORTATION-USEUM film, Maine Historical Society, Portland. Free. 774lLM -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLAND&REE $12; free for children under 18. FREEFORCHILDRENUNDEROWLSHEADORG 1822. Noon. .OON Gates open at 9:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. 'ATESOPENATAM3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY "The Roaring Twenties" and " A r t w o r k s , " two h4HE2OARING4WENTIESvANDh!RT7ORKS vTWO ATV Maine Exhibit, Maine Wildlife Park, Gray. $5, !46-AINE%XHIBIT -AINE7ILDLIFE0ARK 'RAY films made by local teenagers, Strand Theatre, lLMSMADEBYLOCALTEENAGERS 3TRAND4HEATRE $7; free for children under 3. 657-4977. 11 a.m. FREEFORCHILDRENUNDER AM Rockland. Free, 5 p.m. 2OCKLAND&REEROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM to 2 p.m. TOPM Weaving Demonstration, with Marjie Thompson, 7EAVING$EMONSTRATION WITH-ARJIE4HOMPSON WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, New Gloucester. 3ABBATHDAY,AKE3HAKER6ILLAGE .EW'LOUCESTER "Art Videos at the Gallery," Barn Gallery, h!RT6IDEOSATTHE'ALLERY v"ARN'ALLERY Free. 926-4597. 10 a.m. &REE AM Ogunquit. Free. 646-7055. "Antonio Gaudi," /GUNQUIT&REE h!NTONIO'AUDI v Sidewalk Art Sale, all Maine original art, Maine 3IDEWALK!RT3ALE ALL-AINEORIGINALART -AINE 7:30 p.m. PM Art Gallery, Wiscasset. 882-7511. 9 a.m. to 3:30 !RT'ALLERY 7ISCASSET AMTO JULY 28 *5,9 p.m. PM "Olmsted Legacy," documentary, Stonington h/LMSTED,EGACY vDOCUMENTARY 3TONINGTON Opera House. 367-2788. 7 p.m. /PERA(OUSE PM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Sunday Shindig on the Bay: Celebrating 25 3UNDAY3HINDIGONTHE"AY#ELEBRATING Years of Land Conservation in Casco Bay, food 9EARSOF,AND#ONSERVATIONIN#ASCO"AY FOOD BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 and live music by Local Circus, Diamond's Edge ANDLIVEMUSICBY,OCAL#IRCUS $IAMONDS%DGE TODAY 4/$!9 Restaurant, Portland. $40; free for children under 2ESTAURANT 0ORTLANDFREEFORCHILDRENUNDER Susan Conley, author of "The Foremost Good 3USAN#ONLEY AUTHOROFh4HE&OREMOST'OOD 12. 699-2989. 1:30 to  LANDTRUSTCOLLABORATIVEORGTO Fortune," Kennebooks, Kennebunk. Free; RSVP &ORTUNE v+ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK&REE2360 4:30 p.m. PM requested, 6:30 p.m. REQUESTEDKENNEBOOKSCOMPM Merrymeeting Art Association Show, annual art -ERRYMEETING!RT!SSOCIATION3HOW ANNUALART Jim Nichols, author of "Hull Creek," Maine Coast *IM.ICHOLS AUTHOROFh(ULL#REEK v-AINE#OAST exhibit and sale, Schoolhouse, Orrs Island. 725EXHIBITANDSALE 3CHOOLHOUSE /RRS)SLAND Book Shop and Cafe, Damariscotta. 563-3207. 5 "OOK3HOPAND#AFE $AMARISCOTTA  8855. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. AMTOPM p.m. PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 FRIDAY &2)$!9 Port Veritas Youth Poetry Slam, Local Sprouts 0ORT6ERITAS9OUTH0OETRY3LAM ,OCAL3PROUTS Joseph Dane, author of the memoir "Dogfish *OSEPH$ANE AUTHOROFTHEMEMOIRh$OGlSH Cooperative, Portland. Free/donations. 899-3529. #OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATIONS  Memory," Maine Coast Book Shop and Cafe, -EMORY v-AINE#OAST"OOK3HOPAND#AFE 7 to 10 p.m. TOPM Damariscotta. 563-3207. 5 p.m. $AMARISCOTTA PM Thrifty Model Fashion Show, how to dress 4HRIFTY-ODEL&ASHION3HOW HOWTODRESS fashionably on a budget, Jordan Hall, Ocean Park. FASHIONABLYONABUDGET *ORDAN(ALL /CEAN0ARK 3!452$!9 SATURDAY $5/donation. 7:30 p.m. DONATIONOCEANPARKORGPM Karel Hayes, author of "Summer Visitors," Maine +AREL(AYES AUTHOROFh3UMMER6ISITORS v-AINE Coast Book Shop and Cafe, Damariscotta. 563#OAST"OOK3HOPAND#AFE $AMARISCOTTA WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 3207. 11 a.m. AM "Alive for $ 5 , " one-hour family program includes h!LIVEFOR vONE HOURFAMILYPROGRAMINCLUDES Elinor Klivans, author of "Cupcakes," Keys to the %LINOR+LIVANS AUTHOROFh#UPCAKES v+EYSTOTHE "Talk Back" with the performer, Stonington Opera h4ALK"ACKvWITHTHEPERFORMER 3TONINGTON/PERA Kitchen, Kennebunk. 967-4904. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. +ITCHEN +ENNEBUNK AMTOPM House. $5. 367-2788. Karen Montanaro in (OUSE +AREN-ONTANAROIN Jim Nichols, author of "Hull Creek," O w l and *IM.ICHOLS AUTHOROFh(ULL#REEK v/WLAND Tanzspiel (mime and dance), 7 p.m. 4ANZSPIELMIMEANDDANCE PM Turtle Bookshop, Camden. 236-4769. 1:30 to 3 p.m. 4URTLE"OOKSHOP #AMDEN TOPM An Evening of Storytelling, DobraTea, Portland. !N%VENINGOF3TORYTELLING $OBRA4EA 0ORTLAND 210-6566. 7 p.m.  PM MONDAY -/.$!9 Kids are Alright, family-friendly performance by +IDSARE!LRIGHT FAMILY FRIENDLYPERFORMANCEBY Frederick T. Golder, author of "The Soda Jerk," &REDERICK4'OLDER AUTHOROFh4HE3ODA*ERK v psych-rocker Jeff Beam and an instrument petting PSYCH ROCKER*EFF"EAMANDANINSTRUMENTPETTING Libby Memorial Library, Old Orchard Beach. 934,IBBY-EMORIAL,IBRARY /LD/RCHARD"EACH zoo, Space, Portland. $2 for children; $3 for ZOO 3PACE 0ORTLANDFORCHILDRENFOR 4 3 5 1 . 7 p.m. PM adults, Noon. ADULTSSPACEORG.OON TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Sandra Garson, author of " H o w to Fix a 3ANDRA'ARSON AUTHOROFh(OWTO&IXA FILMS N&),-3 Leak," Thornton Oaks Retirement Community, ,EAK v4HORNTON/AKS2ETIREMENT#OMMUNITY Brunswick, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. TODAY "RUNSWICKTHORNTONOAKSCOMTOPM 4/$!9 "Coffee and Conversation Series," with professors Maine International Film Festival, almost 100 h#OFFEEAND#ONVERSATION3ERIES vWITHPROFESSORS -AINE)NTERNATIONAL&ILM&ESTIVAL ALMOST John Allen Paulos and Dave Feldman (Paulos is independent, classic and documentary films, *OHN!LLEN0AULOSAND$AVE&ELDMAN0AULOSIS INDEPENDENT CLASSICANDDOCUMENTARYlLMS the author of "Innumeracy," a 1988 bestseller), Colby College (Given Auditorium) and Railroad THEAUTHOROFh)NNUMERACY vABESTSELLER #OLBY#OLLEGE'IVEN!UDITORIUM AND2AILROAD College of the Atlantic (Deering Common), Bar Square Cinema, Waterville. $9 per film; $12 for #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC$EERING#OMMON "AR 3QUARE#INEMA 7ATERVILLEPERlLMFOR Harbor. Free. 288-5015. 9 a.m. special events. 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WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 -ELISSA#OLEMAN AUTHOROFh4HIS,IFEISIN9OUR Melissa Coleman, author of "This Life is in Your Hands," Waterman's Community Center, North (ANDS v7ATERMANS#OMMUNITY#ENTER .ORTH Haven, 5 p.m. (AVENWATERMANSORGPM -ITCHELL:UCKOFF AUTHOROFh,OSTIN3HANGRI ,A v Mitchell Zuckoff, author of "Lost in Shangri-La," Kennebooks, Kennebunk. Free; RSVP suggested. +ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK&REE2360SUGGESTED 6:30 p.m. KENNEBOOKSCOMPM JULY 28 *5,9 Katrina Kenison, author of "Gift of an Ordinary +ATRINA+ENISON AUTHOROFh'IFTOFAN/RDINARY Day," Kennebooks, Kennebunk. Free; RSVP $AY v+ENNEBOOKS +ENNEBUNK&REE2360 suggested, 6:30 p.m. SUGGESTEDKENNEBOOKSCOMPM Eric Normand, author of "The Nashville %RIC.ORMAND AUTHOROFh4HE.ASHVILLE Musician's Survival Guide," book signing and -USICIANS3URVIVAL'UIDE vBOOKSIGNINGAND workshop, Buckdancer's Choice, Portland. 774WORKSHOP "UCKDANCERS#HOICE 0ORTLAND 2219. 6 to 8 p.m. TOPM

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FOOD/DRINK N&//$$2).+ Victory Brewing Company Beer Tasting, 21 -plus; 6ICTORY"REWING#OMPANY"EER4ASTING  PLUS 7HOLE&OODS-ARKET 0ORTLAND TO Whole Foods Market, Portland. 774-7711. 2:30 to PM3ATURDAY 4:30 p.m. Saturday. "Feeding and Reading," three-course dinner and h&EEDINGAND2EADING vTHREE COURSEDINNERAND holistic energy reading from Ruth Kramer, Clay HOLISTICENERGYREADINGFROM2UTH+RAMER #LAY Hill Farm Restaurant, Cape Neddick. $35. 361(ILL&ARM2ESTAURANT #APE.EDDICK 2272. 6 p.m. Monday. PM-ONDAY "Adventures with Raw Foods: A Refreshing h!DVENTURESWITH2AW&OODS!2EFRESHING Summer Supper," with Elizabeth Fraser of Girl 3UMMER3UPPER vWITH%LIZABETH&RASEROF'IRL Gone Raw, Whole Foods Market, Portland. $15; 'ONE2AW 7HOLE&OODS-ARKET 0ORTLAND pre-registration required. 774-7711. 6 to 8 p.m. PRE REGISTRATIONREQUIRED TOPM Wednesday. 7EDNESDAY

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