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PVSJOTUSVDUPS .JDIBFM-FWJOF Acorn offers the free work"DPSOPGGFSTUIFGSFFXPSL shops as an introduction to its TIPQTBTBOJOUSPEVDUJPOUPJUT paid acting classes for adults QBJEBDUJOHDMBTTFTGPSBEVMUT and children. It allows would-be BOEDIJMESFO*UBMMPXTXPVMECF actors the chance to dip their BDUPSTUIFDIBODFUPEJQUIFJS toes in the water without any UPFTJOUIFXBUFSXJUIPVUBOZ monetary commitment while NPOFUBSZDPNNJUNFOUXIJMF giving those with acting experiHJWJOHUIPTFXJUIBDUJOHFYQFSJ ence a chance to brush up on FODFBDIBODFUPCSVTIVQPO their skills and learn new ones. UIFJSTLJMMTBOEMFBSOOFXPOFT We had people from both 8FIBEQFPQMFGSPNCPUI categories in our class, and I DBUFHPSJFTJOPVSDMBTT BOE* was among those with no acting experience whatsoXBTBNPOHUIPTFXJUIOPBDUJOHFYQFSJFODFXIBUTP ever. I had always wondered whether I would enjoy FWFS*IBEBMXBZTXPOEFSFEXIFUIFS*XPVMEFOKPZ acting, and how I would react onstage with other BDUJOH BOEIPX*XPVMESFBDUPOTUBHFXJUIPUIFS people watching. Would I freeze? 8PVME*NBLFB Would I make a QFPQMFXBUDIJOH8PVME*GSFF[F fool of myself? 0SEJE*IBWFUIFNBLJOHTPGBNBTUFS Or did I have the makings of a master GPPMPGNZTFMG thespian and not know it? UIFTQJBOBOEOPULOPXJU I'm still not sure of the answer, but I do know it was *NTUJMMOPUTVSFPGUIFBOTXFS CVU*EPLOPXJUXBT a lot of fun. BMPUPGGVO Anyone who assumes Acorn's acting classes are "OZPOFXIPBTTVNFT"DPSOTBDUJOHDMBTTFTBSF all about reading lines from a script are wrong. Only BMMBCPVUSFBEJOHMJOFTGSPNBTDSJQUBSFXSPOH0OMZ one exercise was like that, and it involved pairs POFFYFSDJTFXBTMJLFUIBU BOEJUJOWPMWFEQBJST of people exchanging the same bit of dialogue to PGQFPQMFFYDIBOHJOHUIFTBNFCJUPGEJBMPHVFUP emphasize how different vocal characteristics and FNQIBTJ[FIPXEJGGFSFOUWPDBMDIBSBDUFSJTUJDTBOE character goals can set the tone for a scene. DIBSBDUFSHPBMTDBOTFUUIFUPOFGPSBTDFOF The rest was all up to us. 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BMNPTUMZSJDTPG,VSU$PCBJO i)FSFUIFZ 4QBDF(BMMFSZ almost-lyrics of Kurt Cobain, "Here they Lamb takes lead vocals on most songs BSFOPX FOUFSUBJOVTw1SPDFFETCFOFmU -BNCUBLFTMFBEWPDBMTPONPTUTPOHT are now, entertain us." Proceeds benefit while playing guitar, banjo and percusUIF3VTUZ3PDLFUGVOE XIJDITVQQPSUT XIJMFQMBZJOHHVJUBS CBOKPBOEQFSDVT the Rusty Rocket fund, which supports sion. Swain plays her fiddle, cello and NVTJDQSPHSBNTJO.BJOFTDIPPMT TJPO4XBJOQMBZTIFSmEEMF DFMMPBOE music programs in Maine schools. upright bass, and delivers soul-stirring /&7&3.*/%1PSUMBOEQN VQSJHIUCBTT BOEEFMJWFSTTPVMTUJSSJOH NEVERMIND Portland. 8 p.m. harmony vocals. "Chairkickers" is a su4BUVSEBZ"TZMVN $FOUFS4U  IBSNPOZWPDBMTi$IBJSLJDLFSTwJTBTV Saturday. Asylum, 121 Center St., perb example, so here's hoping they play 1PSUMBOE"HFTBOEPMEFS QFSCFYBNQMF TPIFSFTIPQJOHUIFZQMBZ Portland. $6. Ages 21 and older. that one live. Do the Facebook thing or QPSUMBOEBTZMVNDPN UIBUPOFMJWF%PUIF'BDFCPPLUIJOHPS make your way to NBLFZPVSXBZUPCSPXOCJSEOFU Also on the bill is Olas, a band that hope you hold onto your passport from "MTPPOUIFCJMMJT0MBT BCBOEUIBU IPQFZPVIPMEPOUPZPVSQBTTQPSUGSPN describes itself- quite well - as "heavily the Friday night show at Space, because EFTDSJCFTJUTFMGoRVJUFXFMMoBTiIFBWJMZ UIF'SJEBZOJHIUTIPXBU4QBDF CFDBVTF influenced by Andalusian flamenco and you'll need it again when you head back JOnVFODFECZ"OEBMVTJBOnBNFODPBOE ZPVMMOFFEJUBHBJOXIFOZPVIFBECBDL Arabian folk music, translated through a there Monday. As I write this, the sounds "SBCJBOGPMLNVTJD USBOTMBUFEUISPVHIB UIFSF.POEBZ"T*XSJUFUIJT UIFTPVOET blend of American folk, rock, Arabic and of accordion, violin, bouzouki, flugelhorn, CMFOEPG"NFSJDBOGPML SPDL "SBCJDBOE PGBDDPSEJPO WJPMJO CPV[PVLJ nVHFMIPSO  Afro-Cuban sounds." This will be the last tuba, dumbek, bass drum and cymbals "GSP$VCBOTPVOETw5IJTXJMMCFUIFMBTU UVCB EVNCFL CBTTESVNBOEDZNCBMT show from the eclectic collective for a are coursing through my ears, thanks to TIPXGSPNUIFFDMFDUJDDPMMFDUJWFGPSB BSFDPVSTJOHUISPVHINZFBST UIBOLTUP while, because some of the members are A Hawk and A Hacksaw, who will be takXIJMF CFDBVTFTPNFPGUIFNFNCFSTBSF ")BXLBOE")BDLTBX XIPXJMMCFUBL leaving the country, according to singer ing a left turn from their home in AlbuMFBWJOHUIFDPVOUSZ BDDPSEJOHUPTJOHFS JOHBMFGUUVSOGSPNUIFJSIPNFJO"MCV Chriss Sutherland. (Hmmm. Where querque when they come to Maine for the $ISJTT4VUIFSMBOE )NNN8IFSF RVFSRVFXIFOUIFZDPNFUP.BJOFGPSUIF are they going? $BO*HPUPP Can I go too?4FF.JLF See Mike first time. (Thanks, Bugs, I owe you one.) BSFUIFZHPJOH mSTUUJNF 5IBOLT #VHT *PXFZPVPOF  Olcott's interview on Page xx.) Vermont's ")BXLBOE")BDLTBXJTBDDPSEJPOJTU A Hawk and A Hacksaw is accordionist 0MDPUUTJOUFSWJFXPO1BHFYY 7FSNPOUT Barika will close out the night with deep Jeremy Barnes and violinist Heather #BSJLBXJMMDMPTFPVUUIFOJHIUXJUIEFFQ +FSFNZ#BSOFTBOEWJPMJOJTU)FBUIFS Malian grooves. Trost. Their sound is European-, Turkish.BMJBOHSPPWFT 5SPTU5IFJSTPVOEJT&VSPQFBO 5VSLJTI and Balkan-inspired lightning in a bottle. Man alive, one practically needs a pass.BOBMJWF POFQSBDUJDBMMZOFFETBQBTT BOE#BMLBOJOTQJSFEMJHIUOJOHJOBCPUUMF I'm obsessed with their "Cervantine" CD. port to go to this show - or to be a stowQPSUUPHPUPUIJTTIPXoPSUPCFBTUPX *NPCTFTTFEXJUIUIFJSi$FSWBOUJOFw$% away on an Olas globe-trotting adventure. Dark Dark Dark plays atmospheric, BXBZPOBO0MBTHMPCFUSPUUJOHBEWFOUVSF %BSL%BSL%BSLQMBZTBUNPTQIFSJD  Brown Bird, Olas and Barika. 8 p.m. multi-instrumental chamber folk music. #SPXO#JSE 0MBTBOE#BSJLBQN NVMUJJOTUSVNFOUBMDIBNCFSGPMLNVTJD Friday. 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Keb' Mo' takes many paths, always arrives B\YĂ&#x2039;DfĂ&#x2039;kXb\jdXepgXk_j#XcnXpjXii`m\j By MIKE OLCOTT #Z.*,&0-$055 There are few tunes in the last 20 years 5IFSFBSFGFXUVOFTJOUIFMBTUZFBST UIBUIPMEIPQFBTXFMMBTi5FMM&WFSZ that hold hope as well as "Tell Everybody I Know" from Keb' Mo's seminal, CPEZ*,OPXwGSPN,FC.PTTFNJOBM  TFMGUJUMFEEFCVU self-titled debut. But there was always something a little #VUUIFSFXBTBMXBZTTPNFUIJOHBMJUUMF BNJTTPOUIBUSFDPSE)FSFXBTUIJTBG amiss on that record. Here was this affable chap, looking and sounding every GBCMFDIBQ MPPLJOHBOETPVOEJOHFWFSZ CJUUIFUFOVSFECMVFTNBO CVUQSBDUJ bit the tenured blues man, but practically laughing out lyrics of love and joy. DBMMZMBVHIJOHPVUMZSJDTPGMPWFBOEKPZ Quite suddenly, in 1994, Keb' Mo' 2VJUFTVEEFOMZ JO ,FC.P caught fire, adding new (direction to a DBVHIUmSF BEEJOHOFXEJSFDUJPOUPB well-preserved, well-protected craft. The XFMMQSFTFSWFE XFMMQSPUFDUFEDSBGU5IF sunny delivery didn't jive with classic TVOOZEFMJWFSZEJEOUKJWFXJUIDMBTTJD blues tales of woebegone wretches, and CMVFTUBMFTPGXPFCFHPOFXSFUDIFT BOE America loved it. "NFSJDBMPWFEJU When Keb' Mo' brings his mighty ax 8IFO,FC.PCSJOHTIJTNJHIUZBY and bright songbook to the State TheBOECSJHIUTPOHCPPLUPUIF4UBUF5IF atre in Portland on Wednesday night, it BUSFJO1PSUMBOEPO8FEOFTEBZOJHIU JU won't be without precedent. XPOUCFXJUIPVUQSFDFEFOU "I opened for The Subdudes at the i*PQFOFEGPS5IF4VCEVEFTBUUIF old State Theatre," he said in a recent PME4UBUF5IFBUSF wIFTBJEJOBSFDFOU phone interview. "I just remember QIPOFJOUFSWJFXi*KVTUSFNFNCFS enjoying this beautiful venue and the FOKPZJOHUIJTCFBVUJGVMWFOVFBOEUIF fans. Everyone I met in Portland was so GBOT&WFSZPOF*NFUJO1PSUMBOEXBTTP friendly and down-home." GSJFOEMZBOEEPXOIPNFw A certain flexibility with the rules set in "DFSUBJOnFYJCJMJUZXJUIUIFSVMFTTFUJO early on for Keb' Mo', whose true name FBSMZPOGPS,FC.P XIPTFUSVFOBNF is Kevin Moore. He was never bound to JT,FWJO.PPSF)FXBTOFWFSCPVOEUP one style. POFTUZMF "My band teacher showed me how i.ZCBOEUFBDIFSTIPXFENFIPX to play steel drums," he recalled in a UPQMBZTUFFMESVNT wIFSFDBMMFEJOB voice with a beautifully life-scuffed low WPJDFXJUIBCFBVUJGVMMZMJGFTDVGGFEMPX register, "but I really got started when SFHJTUFS iCVU*SFBMMZHPUTUBSUFEXIFO my Uncle Herman gave me a guitar and NZ6ODMF)FSNBOHBWFNFBHVJUBSBOE taught me 'Jamaica Farewell.' " UBVHIUNFA+BNBJDB'BSFXFMMw That this accomplished blues player 5IBUUIJTBDDPNQMJTIFECMVFTQMBZFS

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WPJDF wIFTBJE voice," he said. And so, the rusty balladry in "Every "OETP UIFSVTUZCBMMBESZJOi&WFSZ Morning" from 1994 has given way to the .PSOJOHwGSPNIBTHJWFOXBZUPUIF smooth organ R&B of "Crush on You" TNPPUIPSHBO3#PGi$SVTIPO:PVw from this year's CD, "The Reflection." GSPNUIJTZFBST$% i5IF3FnFDUJPOw Somehow, it still all sounds like Keb' 4PNFIPX JUTUJMMBMMTPVOETMJLF,FC Mo'. .P Although he was raised in Compton, "MUIPVHIIFXBTSBJTFEJO$PNQUPO  Calif., Keb' Mo's practiced Southern$BMJG ,FC.PTQSBDUJDFE4PVUIFSO gospel charm is obvious and infectious. HPTQFMDIBSNJTPCWJPVTBOEJOGFDUJPVT Even after a full career collaborating &WFOBGUFSBGVMMDBSFFSDPMMBCPSBUJOH with legends such as Bobby McFerrin XJUIMFHFOETTVDIBT#PCCZ.D'FSSJO and Bonnie Raitt, the singer still leads BOE#POOJF3BJUU UIFTJOHFSTUJMMMFBET with a deeply genuine humility. XJUIBEFFQMZHFOVJOFIVNJMJUZ So what's a guy who's won multiple 4PXIBUTBHVZXIPTXPONVMUJQMF Grammys count among his proudest (SBNNZTDPVOUBNPOHIJTQSPVEFTU accomplishments? i.ZGBNJMZ wIFTBJE "My family," he said BDDPNQMJTINFOUT without a whiff of hesitation. XJUIPVUBXIJGGPGIFTJUBUJPO Suddenly, it's not so hard to understand 4VEEFOMZ JUTOPUTPIBSEUPVOEFSTUBOE how this rhythm-and-blues phenom can IPXUIJTSIZUINBOECMVFTQIFOPNDBO so comfortably exude positivity in his TPDPNGPSUBCMZFYVEFQPTJUJWJUZJOIJT sacred blues forms. The well-traveled TBDSFECMVFTGPSNT5IFXFMMUSBWFMFE performer has evolved gracefully for beQFSGPSNFSIBTFWPMWFEHSBDFGVMMZGPSCF ing so well-grounded at the start. JOHTPXFMMHSPVOEFEBUUIFTUBSU "They've taught me so much," he said i5IFZWFUBVHIUNFTPNVDI wIFTBJE of his family. "They're definitely what I PGIJTGBNJMZi5IFZSFEFmOJUFMZXIBU* love most about life." MPWFNPTUBCPVUMJGFw Mike Olcott is a freelance writer. ;WYS=ZQ]bbWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`

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CONCERTS AND SHOWS :FE:<IKJ8E;J?FNJ Concerts and shows currently on sale: 1]\QS`baO\RaV]eaQc``S\bZg]\aOZS( The latest BVSZObSab On sale 1O a.m. Friday - Badfish: A Tribute =\aOZSO[4`WROg³0OR¿aV(/B`WPcbS to Sublime, 8 p.m. Dec. 17, State Theatre, b]AcPZW[S&^[2SQ%AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $18/$20.; >]`bZO\R& AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][) (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Civic &%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ Center box office 1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS On sale 1O a.m. Saturday - Bob Seger & The =\aOZSO[AObc`ROg³0]PASUS`BVS Silver Bullet Band, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 29, DCU AWZdS`0cZZSb0O\R%(!^[<]d '21C Center, Worcester, Mass. $75.; 1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa%#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! On sale noon Saturday - MacKlemore, 7 p.m. =\aOZS\]]\AObc`ROg³;OQ9ZS[]`S%^[ Dec. 8, Paradise Rock Club, Boston. $20. 2SQ&>O`ORWaS@]QY1ZcP0]ab]\; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! On sale 1O a.m. Monday - Sting, 8 p.m. Oct. =\aOZSO[;]\ROg³AbW\U&^[=Qb 21 & 22,1WbW>S`T]`[W\U/`ba1S\bS`EO\U Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre, Boston. $51 to $151.50.; BVSOb`S0]ab]\#b]##1WbWQS\bS`]`U) (866) 348-9738 &$$!"&'%!&  The locals BVSZ]QOZa Sept. 3O - Rodney CrowAS^b!³@]R\Sg1`]e ell, 8 p.m., One Longfellow SZZ&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]e Square, Portland. $25/$28. A_cO`S>]`bZO\R # &; =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) 761-1757 %$%#% Sept. 3O - Maria Muldaur, AS^b!³;O`WO;cZROc` 8 p.m., Jonathan's, Ogun&^[8]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\ Madeleine ;ORSZSW\S quit. $27.50 to $67.50. %#b]$%# Peyroux: Oct. _cWb >Sg`]cf(=Qb; 6 in Portland. 8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][) $W\>]`bZO\R 646-4526 $"$"# $ Sept. 3O - Tommy Malone, 8 p.m., The AS^b!³B][[g;OZ]\S&^[BVS Opera House at Boothbay Harbor. $18. =^S`O6]caSOb0]]bVPOg6O`P]`&; 633-5159 0]]bVPOg]^S`OV]caSQ][)$!!##' Oct. 1 - Cheryl Wheeler, 7 p.m., Jon=Qb³1VS`gZEVSSZS`%^[8]\ athan's, Ogunquit. $32.50/$35.50. ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb! #!##

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"THE HELP" (PG-13) (2:26) Stars Emma Stone, Viola µB6363:>¶>5! ( $AbO`a3[[OAb]\SDW]ZO Davis and Octavia Spencer. Directed by Tate Taylor. 2OdWaO\R=QbOdWOA^S\QS`2W`SQbSRPgBObSBOgZ]` Jackson, Mississippi, 1962: Aspiring writer Eugenia 8OQYa]\;WaaWaaW^^W'$ (/a^W`W\Ue`WbS`3cUS\WO "Skeeter" Phelan returns home after college, where µAYSSbS`¶>VSZO\`Sbc`\aV][SOTbS`Q]ZZSUSeVS`S unexpected friendships with African-American maids c\Sf^SQbSRT`WS\RaVW^aeWbV/T`WQO\/[S`WQO\[OWRa Aibileen Clark and Minny Jackson result in a book that /WPWZSS\1ZO`YO\R;W\\g8OQYa]\`SacZbW\OP]]YbVOb gives a previously unheard voice to a community's UWdSaO^`SdW]caZgc\VSO`Rd]WQSb]OQ][[c\Wbg¸a suffering. acTTS`W\U Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Today-Wed 11:50 AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROgESR(# a.m., 3:10,6:30,9:30; Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed O[!($(!'(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR 3:20, 6:30, 9:30; Falmouth 10 Today 4:40, 7:40 Fri 12:15, (#!( $(!'(!)4OZ[]cbVB]ROg"("%("4`W 4:30, 7:35 Sat-Sun 1:20,4:30, 7:35 Mon-Wed 4:30, "(!%(!#AObAc\( "(!%(!#;]\ESR"(! 7:35; Brunswick 10 Today-Wed 1,4:15,7:15; Nickelodeon %(!#)0`c\aeWQYB]ROgESR"(#%(#)<WQYSZ]RS]\ (Portland) Today-Wed 1:45,4:45. 7:45; Cinemagic >]`bZO\RB]ROgESR("#"("#%("#)1W\S[OUWQ Grand (South Portland) Today 12:30,4,7:30 5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RB]ROg (!"%(! "I DON'T KNOW HOW SHE DOES IT" (PG-13) (1:35) µ72=<¸B9<=E6=EA632=3A7B¶>5!(!# Stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Pierce Brosnan and Kelsey AbO`aAO`OV8SaaWQO>O`YS`>WS`QS0`]a\O\O\R9SZaSg Grammer. Directed by Douglas McGrath. Kate Reddy 5`O[[S`2W`SQbSRPg2]cUZOa;Q5`ObV9ObS@SRRg is a finance executive who is the breadwinner for her WaO¿\O\QSSfSQcbWdSeV]WabVSP`SOReW\\S`T]`VS` husband and two kids. A new account adds another VcaPO\RO\Rbe]YWRa/\SeOQQ]c\bORRaO\]bVS` layer to her already packed schedule - and it includes ZOgS`b]VS`OZ`SORg^OQYSRaQVSRcZS³O\RWbW\QZcRSa temptation in the form of business associate Jack bS[^bObW]\W\bVST]`[]TPcaW\SaaOaa]QWObS8OQY Abelhammer. /PSZVO[[S` Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Today 12,2:10, AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROg  ( 4:30, 7:20, 9:40 Fri-Wed 12, 4:30, 7, 9:10; Cin"(!%( '("4`WESR  2:10, ("(!%'()1W\ emagic Saco Today-Wed 12:30, 4:40, 7:15, 9:20; S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR (! 2:35, (!#"("%(#'( ) Brunswick 10 Today 1:30, 3:40, 7, 9:40 Fri-Mon 1:15,3:45, 0`c\aeWQYB]ROg(!!("%'("4`W;]\(#!("# 6:50, 9:25 Tue 1:15, 3:45 Wed 1:15, 3:45, 6:50, 9:25 $(#'( #BcS(#!("#ESR(#!("#$(#'( #

"THE LION KING" (G) (1:29) Animated with the ÂľB63:7=<97<5Âś5( '/\W[ObSReWbVbVS voices of Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons and James d]WQSa]T;ObbVSe0`]RS`WQY8S`S[g7`]\aO\R8O[Sa Earl Jones. Directed by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff. 3O`Z8]\Sa2W`SQbSRPg@]US`/ZZS`aO\R@]P;W\Y]TT Tricked into thinking he killed his father, a guilt ridden B`WQYSRW\b]bVW\YW\UVSYWZZSRVWaTObVS`OUcWZb`WRRS\ lion cub flees into exile and abandons his identity as ZW]\QcPĂ&#x20AC;SSaW\b]SfWZSO\ROPO\R]\aVWaWRS\bWbgOa the future king. First released in 1994. bVSTcbc`SYW\U4W`ab`SZSOaSRW\''" Showing at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) ToAV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RB] day-Wed 12, 2:30, 4:40, 7, 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook ROgESR (!"("%'( )1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y Today-Wed 11:50 a.m., 12 (3D), 2, (3D), 4:20,4:30 B]ROgESR(#O[ !2  2:10 (!2"( "(! (3D), 6:50, 7 (3D), 9, 9:10 (3D); Cinemagic Saco Today !2$(#%!2''(!2)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROg (3D), 12:30, (3D), 2:30,4:15 (3D), 4:30, 7 (3D), 12:05 (#!2 (! 2:15 (#!2 (!"(#!2"(!%!2 7:15, 9:10 (3D), 9:30 Fri-Wed 12:05, (3D), 4:25 (3D), %(#'(!2'(!4`WESR (# 2:25 ( #!2"( #!2 "DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK" (R) (1:39) Stars Âľ2=<¸B03/4@/72=4B632/@9Âś@(!'AbO`a 7 (3D), 9 (3D); Brunswick 10 Today 1:20,1:40 (3D), 3:50, %!2'!2)0`c\aeWQYB]ROg( ("!2!(# Katie Holmes, Guy Pearce and Bailee Madison. Directed 9ObWS6]Z[Sa5cg>SO`QSO\R0OWZSS;ORWa]\2W`SQbSR 4:10 (3D), 6:50, 7:10 (3D), 9:30 (3D) Fri-Wed (3D) 1:20, "(!2$(#%(!2'(!!24`WESR!2(  by Troy Nixey. A young girl sent to live with her father PgB`]g<WfSg/g]c\UUW`ZaS\bb]ZWdSeWbVVS`TObVS` 3:50, 7:10, 9:30; Falmouth 10 Today 4:30 (3D), 5, 7:10 !(#%('(!)4OZ[]cbVB]ROg"(!!2#%( and his new girlfriend discovers creatures in her new O\RVWa\SeUW`ZT`WS\RRWaQ]dS`aQ`SObc`SaW\VS`\Se (3D), 7:30 Fri (3D) 4:35, 7:20, 9:30 Sat 1:50, 4:35, 7:20, !2%(!4`W!2"(!#%( '(!AOb(#"(!#%(  home who want to claim her as one of their own. V][SeV]eO\bb]QZOW[VS`Oa]\S]TbVSW`]e\ 9:30 Sun 1:50, 4:35, 7:20 Mon-Wed 4:35, 7:20 '(!Ac\(#"(!#%( ;]\ESR"(!#%(  Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed 6:50, 9:10 AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR$(#'( "DRIVE" (R) (1:40) Stars Ryan Gosling, Carey MulÂľ2@7D3Âś@("AbO`a@gO\5]aZW\U1O`Sg;cZ ligan and Bryan Cranston. Directed by Nicolas Winding ZWUO\O\R0`gO\1`O\ab]\2W`SQbSRPg<WQ]ZOaEW\RW\U Refn. A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as @ST\/6]ZZge]]Rabc\b^S`T]`[S`eV][]]\ZWUVbaOa a wheelman discovers that a contract has been put out OeVSSZ[O\RWaQ]dS`abVObOQ]\b`OQbVOaPSS\^cb]cb on him after a heist gone wrong. Strong brutal bloody ]\VW[OTbS`OVSWabU]\Se`]\UAb`]\UP`cbOZPZ]]Rg violence, language and some nudity. dW]ZS\QSZO\UcOUSO\Ra][S\cRWbg Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today-Wed 1:40, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROgESR(" 4:15,7,9:15; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Today"(#%'(#)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RB]ROg Wed 12:10, Cinemagic Westbrook ESR ( 2:30,4:50,7:20,9:50; (!"(#%( '(#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y Today-Wed 12:20, 3:20, 9:50; Cinemagic Saco B]ROgESR ( !( %(7:20, '(#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ] Today 12:05, 7:10, 9:25; Brunswick 10 Today B]ROg (# 2:15,4:30, (#"(!%('( #)0`c\aeWQYB]ROg 6:45, 7:30,10 Fri-Wed 1:45,4:30, 7:35, (1:25,1:45,4:30, #("#"(!$("#%(!4`WESR("#"(!%(!# 10:10; Falmouth 10 Today 4:50, 7:20 Fri 4:45, 7:15, 9:50 ()4OZ[]cbVB]ROg"(#%( 4`W"("#%(#'(# Sat 1:55, 4:45, 7:15, 9:50 Sun 1:55,4:45, 7:15 Mon-Wed AOb(##"("#%(#'(#Ac\(##"("#%(#;]\ESR 4:45, 7:15 "("#%(# "THE GUARD" (R) (1:36) Stars Brendan Gleeson, Don ÂľB635C/@2Âś@(!$AbO`a0`S\RO\5ZSSa]\2]\ Cheadle and Mark Strong. Directed by John Michael 1VSORZSO\R;O`YAb`]\U2W`SQbSRPg8]V\;WQVOSZ McDonagh. An unorthodox Irish policeman with a con;Q2]\OUV/\c\]`bV]R]f7`WaV^]ZWQS[O\eWbVOQ]\ frontational personality is teamed up with an uptight T`]\bObW]\OZ^S`a]\OZWbgWabSO[SRc^eWbVO\c^bWUVb

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Nathan Gamble with Winter in “Dolphin Tale.”

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is just a string of words, notes, chords and rhythms. The dancing is truly beautiful. Bourassa: Both the music and dance of Olas are integral components, each inspired by and working with the other. The choreographies stand as visual and emotive responses to the music and the meaning of the songs, while the music responds to and takes cues from the sounds and movements of the dance, engaging both elements in a series of calls and responses. Within the dance, the footwork (percussive tapping of the feet) is also an important part of Olas’ percussion section of palmas, cajon and bongo, working to complement each song as a whole. Describe some highlight performances from the last three years. Sutherland: One of our highlight performances from the last three years was our CD-release show for “La Perla” at Mayo Street Arts. It just felt like the audience wanted to be there as much as we did. Bourassa: Overall, an ongoing highlight has been the outpouring of support and warm reception we have received from our community over the last three years. How does your new material compare to 2009’s “La Perla”? Sutherland: The new material is much more evolved, mature and realized. About half the group had never recorded before when we sat down to do “La Perla,” so there was a lot to learn, not to mention (determining) how to record an eightpiece group with dancing. The new music

and recording are much better representations of what we are/were attempting to get across. Bourassa: We have relaxed around trying to “fit” the musical traditions that first influenced us. In the process, we have found a stronger voice that is truly ours, while oddly coming closer to the essence of those influences that first inspired us. What do you lose when Lindsey departs to Spain? Sutherland: We lose the physical presence of a kind, emotive and benevolent friend. Keogh: The group loses a family member and a beautiful, passionate dancer. We are all going to miss Lindsey terribly and I am personally going to lose someone who is like a sister to me and a great motivator in my life. This group really pushed me to start dancing again, and I am so grateful to Lindsey for giving me that push. How do you hope the Olas project will grow in the future? Sutherland: We are not entirely sure. We hope that, like all great friendships, we will remain in close contact, communicate honestly and often, and when the appropriate moment arises, we’ll strike up the band again. Mike Olcott is a freelance writer.

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ally pushes the envelope. This isn’t about the remake of “Beaches” – let’s see some edge, ladies! I would like everyone to know that we want you to just focus on creating something. (Don’t) worry too much about how it looks. I’ll take an iPhone 4 movie if it’s interesting. How about some comedy! It’s not about being politically correct at

all; it’s just about supporting the expression of women in film. Dennis Perkins is a freelance writer who lives in Portland.

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Comedy Showcase, with PJ Thibodeau, 18-plus (16-plus with parent), Comedy Connection, Portland. $7.50. 8:30 p.m. today. Comedy Showcase, with PJ Thibodeau, Carolyn Plummer and Ryan Waning, 18-plus (16-plus with parent), Comedy Connection, Portland. $15. 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Birdie Googins, one-woman show, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Accidentally Maineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Own Supermodel,â&#x20AC;? Theater Project, Brunswick. $10. 7:30 p.m. Friday. Comedian/Magician Bruce McKenzie Johnson, Fryeburg Academy (Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center). $8; $4 for children. 935-9232. 7 p.m. Saturday. Dream Factory of Maine, beneďŹ t performance with comedians Tom Hayes and Mitch Stinson, Nonantum Resort, Kennebunkport. $25. 6463344. 8 p.m. Saturday. Comedy Night, with Brian Brinegar and Paul Hunt, 21-plus (all ages with parent), Racks Sports Bar and Grille, Portland. Free. 773-3466. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Wednesday. Comedy Showcase, with Kelly MacFarland, 18plus (16-plus with parent), Comedy Connection, Portland. $7.50. 8:30 p.m. Sept. 29.

n BARS/CLUBS TODAY The Pressure Points, reggae for Jamaica and Vermont ďŹ&#x201A;ood relief, 21-plus; Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. Call for cover: 879-8988. 9 p.m. In the Round with MSA, Phil Daligan, Ronda Dale and Brad Strause, Blue, Portland. Donation. 8 p.m. Eric Winter Quartet, jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. 10 p.m. Cattle Call, country, Run of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 571-9648. 8 to 11 p.m. GrifďŹ n Sherry and The Ghost of Paul Revere, acoustic, Americana and soul, DogďŹ sh Bar and Grille, Portland. thedogďŹ 8 p.m. Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. 8469555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. A Band Beyond Description, jam-band covers, 21plus; Big Easy, Portland. $3. 9 p.m. Group Night Out Thirsty Thursday, karaoke with TJ the DJ, 21-plus (all ages with parent); Racks Sports Bar and Grille, Portland. 773-3466. 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Retro Night, Asylum, Portland. 9 p.m. Duane Edwards, jazz, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 5 to 8 p.m. N.E. Town, acoustic blues and roots, Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Old Port Pub, Portland. 7 p.m. Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and DJ Bset, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $2. 784-7785. Doors at 6 p.m. Old Man Markley, punk bluegrass, with The Pubcrawlers and Lenny Lashleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Gang of One, Genoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rock Club, Portland. Call for cover: 221-2382. 9 p.m. FRIDAY Ladies Night with DJ B-Set, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. 784-7785. Doors at 8 p.m. Bob Rosero, blues/acoustic rock, Blue, Portland. Donation. 8 p.m. Joe Mazzari, former member of The Daughters, Blue, Portland. Donation. 10 p.m. Mother Leopard, Lit on the Flash and Great Western Plain, rock, Big Easy, Portland. Call for cover: 775-2266. 10 p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;80s Dance Party, Bubbaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sulky Lounge, Portland. Free if in head-to-toe â&#x20AC;&#x2122;80s attire. 9 p.m. Voltaireâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Black Unicorn Cabaret, gothic vaudeville, with This Way to the Egress, The Hellblinki Sextet and burlesque performers, 21plus; Asylum, Portland. $12 in advance; $15 at door. 772-8274. 9 p.m. Kilcollins Band, rock covers, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. 761-4446. 10 p.m. Arthur Webster and The Holy Mackerels, Americana and sea shanties, McSeagullâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Boothbay Harbor. 633-5900. 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Pitch Black Ribbons, alternative Americana, Dobra Tea, Portland. 210-6566. 8 to 10 p.m. Doug Cantwel, acoustic classics, Gritty McDuffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Freeport. 865-4321. 8 to 10:30 p.m. Nick Ludington Trio, jazz standards, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. Donation. 8 p.m. Happy Hour with Travis James Humphrey, Americana and rock, DogďŹ sh Bar and Grille, Portland. thedogďŹ 5 to 7 p.m. Lucky Tubb and The Modern Day Troubadours, honky tonk, Bayside Bowl, Portland. $8. 10 p.m. Jeff Cusack, acoustic rock, Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Old Port Pub, Portland. 8 p.m. Wesley Jay, bossa nova, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 5 to 8 p.m. Mamaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boomshack, soul/R&B/blues, 21-plus; Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 9 p.m. Phantom Companion, garage rock, with Altertone, Jug and BurntďŹ reempire, Genoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rock Club, Portland. Call for cover: 221-2382. 9 p.m. SATURDAY Bruce Marshall Group, blues, Inn on the Blues, York Beach. $6. 351-3221. 9:30 p.m.

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Wine nights resume at Havana South N`e\e`^_kji\jld\Xk?XmXeXJflk_ HAVANA SOUTH is s t a r t i n g up its w i n e n i g h t s 6/D/</A=CB6WaabO`bW\Uc^WbaeW\S\WUVba again. This w e e k , 10 Italian w h i t e s , reds a n d OUOW\BVWaeSSY7bOZWO\eVWbSa`SRaO\R sparklers c h o s e n by Devenish W i n e s will a^O`YZS`aQV]aS\Pg2SdS\WaVEW\SaeWZZ b e f e a t u r e d , a n d t h e r e will b e a p p e t i z e r s t o PSTSObc`SRO\RbVS`SeWZZPSO^^SbWhS`ab] c o m p l e m e n t each w i n e . Q][^ZS[S\bSOQVeW\S WHEN: 6 t o n i g h t E63<($b]\WUVb WHERE: Havana S o u t h , 4 4 - 5 0 W h a r f St., P o r t l a n d E63@3(6OdO\OA]cbV""#EVO`TAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $10 f o r 10 w i n e s 6=E;C16(T]`eW\Sa INFO: 7 7 2''&& -9988 7<4=(%%

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IF.BJOF-BLFT#SFX'FTU TDIFEVMFE he Maine Lakes Brew Fest, scheduled for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Point GPSBNUPQN4BUVSEBZBU1PJOU Sebago Resort in Casco, will feature 26 4FCBHP3FTPSUJO$BTDP XJMMGFBUVSF brewers and even more beers. CSFXFSTBOEFWFONPSFCFFST The event, which will be held rain or 5IFFWFOU XIJDIXJMMCFIFMESBJOPS shine, is described as the region's biggest TIJOF JTEFTDSJCFEBTUIFSFHJPOTCJHHFTU party, and will include 16 food vendors and QBSUZ BOEXJMMJODMVEFGPPEWFOEPSTBOE musical entertainment in addition to the NVTJDBMFOUFSUBJONFOUJOBEEJUJPOUPUIF beer, cider and wine CFFS DJEFSBOEXJOF being served. CFJOHTFSWFE Billi Lynn Burke #JMMJ-ZOO#VSLF - who also goes by the oXIPBMTPHPFTCZUIF name Mrs. Tux - said OBNF.ST5VYoTBJE there are a number UIFSFBSFBOVNCFS of changes this year. PGDIBOHFTUIJTZFBS For starters, there are 'PSTUBSUFST UIFSFBSF h u e t e n t s s o if UISFFIVHFUFOUT TPJG Trim Atuioll t h r e eweather § gets' bad, IUIII HIWCII UIFXFBUIFSHFUTCBE  the FWFSZPOFXJMMCFBCMF 16 UPTUBZESZ*OBEEJ tion, the festival has UJPO UIFGFTUJWBMIBT improved the sound, so people will be able JNQSPWFEUIFTPVOE TPQFPQMFXJMMCFBCMF to hear the music no matter which tent UPIFBSUIFNVTJDOPNBUUFSXIJDIUFOU they are in. UIFZBSFJO Music will be provided by Mr. Tux, who .VTJDXJMMCFQSPWJEFECZ.S5VY XIP also is the master of ceremonies, and BMTPJTUIFNBTUFSPGDFSFNPOJFT BOE Random Order from Raymond. The Dis3BOEPN0SEFSGSPN3BZNPOE5IF%JT claimers, who also appeared last year, will DMBJNFST XIPBMTPBQQFBSFEMBTUZFBS XJMM be closing the show CFDMPTJOHUIFTIPX "We have beer, wine and cider," Burke i8FIBWFCFFS XJOFBOEDJEFS w#VSLF said. "The cider has been very popular for TBJEi5IFDJEFSIBTCFFOWFSZQPQVMBSGPS the past couple of years, and it is going to UIFQBTUDPVQMFPGZFBST BOEJUJTHPJOHUP go under the wine category in the People's HPVOEFSUIFXJOFDBUFHPSZJOUIF1FPQMFT Choice voting." $IPJDFWPUJOHw Gates will be opening at 10:30 a.m., but (BUFTXJMMCFPQFOJOHBUBN CVU the brewers will not begin serving until 11 UIFCSFXFSTXJMMOPUCFHJOTFSWJOHVOUJM a.m. Burke said the early opening is deBN#VSLFTBJEUIFFBSMZPQFOJOHJTEF signed to reduce lines. The taps will stop TJHOFEUPSFEVDFMJOFT5IFUBQTXJMMTUPQ flowing at 4 p.m. nPXJOHBUQN Tickets to the brew fest are 5JDLFUTUPUIFCSFXGFTUBSF $25 if you order them online at JGZPVPSEFSUIFNPOMJOFBU and $30 if you NBJOFMBLFTCSFXGFTUDPNBOEJGZPV pay at the gate. With that, you get 10 QBZBUUIFHBUF8JUIUIBU ZPVHFU tickets good for 4-ounce glasses of beer or UJDLFUTHPPEGPSPVODFHMBTTFTPGCFFSPS 2-ounce glasses of wine. PVODFHMBTTFTPGXJOF That might create a problem, given that 5IBUNJHIUDSFBUFBQSPCMFN HJWFOUIBU there are 26 brewers on hand, and most will UIFSFBSFCSFXFSTPOIBOE BOENPTUXJMM have more than one offering. It is going to IBWFNPSFUIBOPOFPGGFSJOH*UJTHPJOHUP take some strategy in making the choices. UBLFTPNFTUSBUFHZJONBLJOHUIFDIPJDFT One of my choices will be in the Samuel 0OFPGNZDIPJDFTXJMMCFJOUIF4BNVFM Adams Beer Lovers Choice contest - the "EBNT#FFS-PWFST$IPJDFDPOUFTUoUIF annual contest that has resulted in such BOOVBMDPOUFTUUIBUIBTSFTVMUFEJOTVDI beers as Noble Pils coming to the Samuel CFFSTBT/PCMF1JMTDPNJOHUPUIF4BNVFM Adams lineup. "EBNTMJOFVQ The two choices this year are Oaked Ale 5IFUXPDIPJDFTUIJTZFBSBSF0BLFE"MF and Maple Pecan Porter. I expect I am goBOE.BQMF1FDBO1PSUFS*FYQFDU*BNHP ing to prefer the Oaked Ale, but I will want JOHUPQSFGFSUIF0BLFE"MF CVU*XJMMXBOU to try both. UPUSZCPUI I am going to have to try some Shag *BNHPJOHUPIBWFUPUSZTPNF4IBH Rock out of Rockland, because I have had 3PDLPVUPG3PDLMBOE CFDBVTF*IBWFIBE only two of their beers - and I think one POMZUXPPGUIFJSCFFSToBOE*UIJOLPOF of them might have had a problem in the PGUIFNNJHIUIBWFIBEBQSPCMFNJOUIF brewing. I will have some Oak Pond out of CSFXJOH*XJMMIBWFTPNF0BL1POEPVUPG Skowhegan, because their beers are tough 4LPXIFHBO CFDBVTFUIFJSCFFSTBSFUPVHI to find. UPmOE Sebago Brewing Co. is a sponsor, so 4FCBHP#SFXJOH$PJTBTQPOTPS TP it probably will have one of its specialty JUQSPCBCMZXJMMIBWFPOFPGJUTTQFDJBMUZ brews. And Bray's, which is one of the CSFXT"OE#SBZT XIJDIJTPOFPGUIF food vendors, is likely to have something GPPEWFOEPST JTMJLFMZUPIBWFTPNFUIJOH special on tap as well. TQFDJBMPOUBQBTXFMM I have been a fan of Otter Creek from *IBWFCFFOBGBOPG0UUFS$SFFLGSPN Vermont, so I will see what they have, and 7FSNPOU TP*XJMMTFFXIBUUIFZIBWF BOE probably will have one. QSPCBCMZXJMMIBWFPOF

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That is seven out of the 10 right there, 5IBUJTTFWFOPVUPGUIFSJHIUUIFSF  and I haven't even had a chance to see if BOE*IBWFOUFWFOIBEBDIBODFUPTFFJG any of my regular brewers have brought BOZPGNZSFHVMBSCSFXFSTIBWFCSPVHIU something special with them. TPNFUIJOHTQFDJBMXJUIUIFN The rule again is not to waste a ticket on 5IFSVMFBHBJOJTOPUUPXBTUFBUJDLFUPO anything I have had before. BOZUIJOH*IBWFIBECFGPSF NARRAGANSETT BEER has been /"33"("/4&55#&&3IBTCFFO holding its Neighbor Day Celebration IPMEJOHJUT/FJHICPS%BZ$FMFCSBUJPO Series since Aug. 30, and it comes to a 4FSJFTTJODF"VH BOEJUDPNFTUPB conclusion on Friday in Portland. DPODMVTJPOPO'SJEBZJO1PSUMBOE The tour is scheduled to start at 5 p.m. at 5IFUPVSJTTDIFEVMFEUPTUBSUBUQNBU the Great Lost Bear, 540 Forest Ave., and UIF(SFBU-PTU#FBS 'PSFTU"WF BOE end at Mama's Crowbar, 189 Congress St. FOEBU.BNBT$SPXCBS $POHSFTT4U Stops in between will include Brian Boru, 4UPQTJOCFUXFFOXJMMJODMVEF#SJBO#PSV  54 Center St.; Nosh, 551 Congress St.; and $FOUFS4U/PTI $POHSFTT4UBOE the Thirsty Pig, 37 Exchange St. UIF5IJSTUZ1JH &YDIBOHF4U Other stops and exact times will be an0UIFSTUPQTBOEFYBDUUJNFTXJMMCFBO nounced on Twitter (a GansettBeer. Each OPVODFEPO5XJUUFS!(BOTFUU#FFS&BDI bar stop will feature games, giveaways CBSTUPQXJMMGFBUVSFHBNFT HJWFBXBZT - including T-shirts and coozies - and oJODMVEJOH5TIJSUTBOEDPP[JFToBOE goodwill rounds of beer by the 'Gansett HPPEXJMMSPVOETPGCFFSCZUIF(BOTFUU team. UFBN PUMPKINHEAD ALE fans can help 16.1,*/)&"%"-&GBOTDBOIFMQ support the ballet from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday TVQQPSUUIFCBMMFUGSPNUPQN'SJEBZ at the Portland Ballet Studios, 517 Forest BUUIF1PSUMBOE#BMMFU4UVEJPT 'PSFTU Ave. "WF "Pumpkinhead & Primas," sponsored in i1VNQLJOIFBE1SJNBT wTQPOTPSFEJO part by Shipyard Brewing, will include a QBSUCZ4IJQZBSE#SFXJOH XJMMJODMVEFB sneak preview of "The Legend of Sleepy TOFBLQSFWJFXPGi5IF-FHFOEPG4MFFQZ Hollow," which the ballet will be performing )PMMPX wXIJDIUIFCBMMFUXJMMCFQFSGPSNJOH in two shows Oct. 15 at the Westbrook PerJOUXPTIPXT0DUBUUIF8FTUCSPPL1FS forming Arts Center, 471 Stroudwater St. GPSNJOH"SUT$FOUFS 4USPVEXBUFS4U In addition to the ballet preview, Friday's *OBEEJUJPOUPUIFCBMMFUQSFWJFX 'SJEBZT event will include bar games, Shipyard FWFOUXJMMJODMVEFCBSHBNFT 4IJQZBSE Pumpkinhead, and beer and ballet trivia. 1VNQLJOIFBE BOECFFSBOECBMMFUUSJWJB Admission is a suggested donation of "ENJTTJPOJTBTVHHFTUFEEPOBUJPOPG $10. For details, call 772-9671 or visit 'PSEFUBJMT DBMMPSWJTJU portlandballet. org. QPSUMBOECBMMFUPSH Staff Writer Tom Atwell can be contacted at 791-6362 AbOTTE`WbS`B][/beSZZQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$!$ or at: ]`Ob( tatwell@pressherald. com bObeSZZ.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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any people familiar with the BOZQFPQMFGBNJMJBSXJUIUIF Portland dining scene have 1PSUMBOEEJOJOHTDFOFIBWF IFBSEPG(BVDIPT#SB[JMJBO heard of Gauchos Brazilian Steakhouse, the all-you-can-eat, 4UFBLIPVTF UIFBMMZPVDBOFBU  SPUJTTFSJFDPPLFENFBUPOB rotisserie-cooked meat-on-asword restaurant at the corner of TXPSESFTUBVSBOUBUUIFDPSOFSPG $VTUPN)PVTF8IBSGBOE$PN Custom House Wharf and Commercial Street. NFSDJBM4USFFU But most are not familiar with #VUNPTUBSFOPUGBNJMJBSXJUI the amazing bar at the restauUIFBNB[JOHCBSBUUIFSFTUBV rant or the atmosphere and SBOUPSUIFBUNPTQIFSFBOE menu it offers. NFOVJUPGGFST I've never been to Argentina or *WFOFWFSCFFOUP"SHFOUJOBPS Brazil, so I can't speak to Gau#SB[JM TP*DBOUTQFBLUP(BV chos' South American authenticDIPT4PVUI"NFSJDBOBVUIFOUJD ity. But I do know that when you JUZ#VU*EPLOPXUIBUXIFOZPV enter Gauchos, you immediately FOUFS(BVDIPT ZPVJNNFEJBUFMZ forget you are in a building near GPSHFUZPVBSFJOBCVJMEJOHOFBS Portland's working waterfront. 1PSUMBOETXPSLJOHXBUFSGSPOU And the bar area is enough of a "OEUIFCBSBSFBJTFOPVHIPGB reason to visit on its own. SFBTPOUPWJTJUPOJUTPXO The focal point is the semi-cir5IFGPDBMQPJOUJTUIFTFNJDJS cle bar that curls into the space DMFCBSUIBUDVSMTJOUPUIFTQBDF between the two doorways to the CFUXFFOUIFUXPEPPSXBZTUPUIF dining areas. About 15 unique EJOJOHBSFBT"CPVUVOJRVF metal-worked stools make the NFUBMXPSLFETUPPMTNBLFUIF bar a place where you can take CBSBQMBDFXIFSFZPVDBOUBLF a group of friends or co-workers BHSPVQPGGSJFOETPSDPXPSLFST for a quick drink and bite to eat. GPSBRVJDLESJOLBOECJUFUPFBU If you visit on your own, as I did, *GZPVWJTJUPOZPVSPXO BT*EJE  the outgoing staff and friendly UIFPVUHPJOHTUBGGBOEGSJFOEMZ regular patrons of Gauchos will SFHVMBSQBUSPOTPG(BVDIPTXJMM make sure you don't feel alone. NBLFTVSFZPVEPOUGFFMBMPOF The drink menu offers many 5IFESJOLNFOVPGGFSTNBOZ South American twists on 4PVUI"NFSJDBOUXJTUTPO classics that take your favorite DMBTTJDTUIBUUBLFZPVSGBWPSJUF cocktails and create a new way DPDLUBJMTBOEDSFBUFBOFXXBZ to experience them. One of UPFYQFSJFODFUIFN0OFPG the most popular is the CapirUIFNPTUQPQVMBSJTUIF$BQJS rinha Traditional (cachaca with SJOIB5SBEJUJPOBM DBDIBDBXJUI muddled sugar and lime; $8). NVEEMFETVHBSBOEMJNF  Cachaca is a Brazilian sugar $BDIBDBJTB#SB[JMJBOTVHBS cane liquor that is fermented in DBOFMJRVPSUIBUJTGFSNFOUFEJO wood or copper, then boiled down XPPEPSDPQQFS UIFOCPJMFEEPXO three times to a concentrate. UISFFUJNFTUPBDPODFOUSBUF It's used in many of the drinks *UTVTFEJONBOZPGUIFESJOLT featured on the martini list. GFBUVSFEPOUIFNBSUJOJMJTU With all of Gauchos' new and 8JUIBMMPG(BVDIPTOFXBOE different blends, it might seem EJGGFSFOUCMFOET JUNJHIUTFFN overwhelming to order your PWFSXIFMNJOHUPPSEFSZPVS staple drink. But have no fear, as TUBQMFESJOL#VUIBWFOPGFBS BT bartenders such as Matt MulCBSUFOEFSTTVDIBT.BUU.VM len are quick to offer guidance MFOBSFRVJDLUPPGGFSHVJEBODF and info about what compares to BOEJOGPBCPVUXIBUDPNQBSFTUP

WHERE: 100 Commercial St., E63@3(1][[S`QWOZAb Portland. 774-9460; gauchos >]`bZO\R%%"'"$)UOcQV]a P`OhWZWO\abSOYV]caSQ][ HOURS: 4 to 10 p.m. Tuesday 6=C@A("b]^[BcSaROg through Saturday bV`]cUVAObc`ROg PARKING: With the tourist traffic >/@97<5(EWbVbVSb]c`Wabb`OT¿Q coming at a slower pace now Q][W\UObOaZ]eS`^OQS\]e that summer is over, metered bVObac[[S`Wa]dS`[SbS`SR spaces are easier to find on a^OQSaO`SSOaWS`b]¿\R]\ Commercial Street. Or pay by 1][[S`QWOZAb`SSb=`^OgPg the hour at either the Casco bVSV]c`ObSWbVS`bVS1OaQ] Bay Garage near the pier or 0Og5O`OUS\SO`bVS^WS`]` the Custom House Garage a bVS1cab][6]caS5O`OUSO block away on Pearl Street. PZ]QYOeOg]\>SO`ZAb`SSb SPECIALS: Happy hour every A>317/:A(6O^^gV]c`SdS`g day from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., ROgT`]["(!b]$(!^[ with all bar menu items and eWbVOZZPO`[S\cWbS[aO\R martinis for $5 [O`bW\WaT]`# PEOPLE WATCHING: During >3=>:3E/B167<5(2c`W\U the week, you will find the bVSeSSYg]ceWZZ¿\RbVS friendliest crew of downtown T`WS\RZWSabQ`Se]TR]e\b]e\ Portland professionals >]`bZO\R^`]TSaaW]\OZa unwinding after work. c\eW\RW\UOTbS`e]`Y Later at night and on the :ObS`Ob\WUVbO\R]\bVS weekends, expect more young eSSYS\RaSf^SQb[]`Sg]c\U professionals and tourists. ^`]TSaaW]\OZaO\Rb]c`Waba BARSTOOL COMFORT: Funky metal 0/@AB==:1=;4=@B(4c\Yg[SbOZ Cabe Souza/Staff Photographer 5OPSA]chOAbOTT>V]b]U`O^VS` bar chairs with cushioned red PO`QVOW`aeWbVQcaVW]\SR`SR Matt Mullen, the bar manager at Gauchos Brazilian Steakhouse on Commercial Street, pours a ;Obb;cZZS\bVSPO`[O\OUS`Ob5OcQV]a0`OhWZWO\AbSOYV]caS]\1][[S`QWOZAb`SSb^]c`aO "pleather" seats, black and µ^ZSObVS`¶aSObaPZOQYO\R Grand Martini, made with equal parts Jose Cuervo and Cointreau and a splash of Grand Marnier. 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Since this GBWPSJUFTMJLF#VEXFJTFS   favorites like Budweiser ($3.75) EBZ ZPVEPOUIBWFNVDIUPMPTF muddled with fresh lime and [cRRZSReWbVT`SaVZW[SO\R if you choose to test a few. is a South American Steakhouse, BOEWBSJPVT4IJQZBSECSFXT and various Shipyard brews JTB4PVUI"NFSJDBOTUFBLIPVTF  JGZPVDIPPTFUPUFTUBGFX sugar; $12) If you are feeling particularly you would be remiss not to try ($4.25). The import list is equally acUO`)  5IFJNQPSUMJTUJTFRVBMMZ ZPVXPVMECFSFNJTTOPUUPUSZ *GZPVBSFGFFMJOHQBSUJDVMBSMZ standard, featuring Heineken bold, you can order one of Gauthe house-made sangria ($6.50 TUBOEBSE GFBUVSJOH)FJOFLFO UIFIPVTFNBEFTBOHSJB  CPME ZPVDBOPSEFSPOFPG(BV per glass, $24 per pitcher), a chos' signature naming drinks. ($4.50), Guinness ($5) and Stella  (VJOOFTT  BOE4UFMMB QFSHMBTT QFSQJUDIFS B DIPTTJHOBUVSFnBNJOHESJOLT With fall coming into full swing, blend of fruits, juices and house Artois ($4.25), but with the added DBOFOKPZCBSTUBQMFTTVDIBT "SUPJT  CVUXJUIUIFBEEFE CMFOEPGGSVJUT KVJDFTBOEIPVTF 8JUIGBMMDPNJOHJOUPGVMMTXJOH  can enjoy bar staples such as try the pumpkin pie martini wine. touch of Corona Extra ($4.50) UPVDIPG$PSPOB&YUSB   XJOF USZUIFQVNQLJOQJFNBSUJOJ scallops wrapped in bacon ($8) or TDBMMPQTXSBQQFEJOCBDPO  PS Gauchos has a climate-con(Bailey's Irish Cream, Kahlua, and Presidente ($4.25) if you are DIJDLFOXJOHT  TFSWFEXJUI BOE1SFTJEFOUF  JGZPVBSF (BVDIPTIBTBDMJNBUFDPO #BJMFZT*SJTI$SFBN ,BIMVB  chicken wings ($7) served with trolled walk-in wine cellar, so looking for something a little off DeKuyper ButterShots schnapps USPMMFEXBMLJOXJOFDFMMBS TP red and green pepper slices inMPPLJOHGPSTPNFUIJOHBMJUUMFPGG %F,VZQFS#VUUFS4IPUTTDIOBQQT SFEBOEHSFFOQFQQFSTMJDFTJO and Goldschlager garnished with CPUUMFT UP BSFTFSWFE the radar. bottles ($26 to $48) are served UIFSBEBS BOE(PMETDIMBHFSHBSOJTIFEXJUI stead of celery and carrot sticks. 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($6.50) is only available in the UPQFSQFSTPO GFBUVSJOH  JTPOMZBWBJMBCMFJOUIF 0ME1PSU ($8), a well-sized, thinly sliced  BXFMMTJ[FE UIJOMZTMJDFE Or order the creme brulee mar- IPVTFCMFOETPGXIJUF[JOGBOEFM  house blends of white zinfandel, NFBUTTLFXFSFEPOBTXPSEBOE meats skewered on a sword and QJFDFPGTUFBLUIBUJTCSFBEFE 0SPSEFSUIFDSFNFCSVMFFNBS piece of steak that is breaded tini (Stoli Vanil vodka, DeKuyper DIBSEPOOBZ NFSMPUBOEDBCFSOFU chardonnay, merlot and cabernet EFMJWFSFEEJSFDUMZUPZPVSUBCMF delivered directly to your table and fried. Maybe not the most UJOJ 4UPMJ7BOJMWPELB %F,VZQFS BOEGSJFE.BZCFOPUUIFNPTU savignon. when your dining card is green ButterShots schnapps, Bailey's healthy option, but certainly deliXIFOZPVSEJOJOHDBSEJTHSFFO TBWJHOPO #VUUFS4IPUTTDIOBQQT #BJMFZT IFBMUIZPQUJPO CVUDFSUBJOMZEFMJ With such a South AmericanIrish Cream and Bacardi 151; $9) for "go." At the bar, the menu is cious. GPSiHPw"UUIFCBS UIFNFOVJT 8JUITVDIB4PVUI"NFSJDBO *SJTI$SFBNBOE#BDBSEJ  DJPVT and experience a muy caliente flavored wine and drink menu, equally appetizing, but it's buffetFRVBMMZBQQFUJ[JOH CVUJUTCVGGFU nBWPSFEXJOFBOEESJOLNFOV  BOEFYQFSJFODFBNVZDBMJFOUF mixed drink experience. you might expect to find a beer style and a little less expensive. Elisa Doucette is a freelance writer who TUZMFBOEBMJUUMFMFTTFYQFOTJWF ZPVNJHIUFYQFDUUPmOEBCFFS NJYFEESJOLFYQFSJFODF 3ZWaO2]cQSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV] list with Spanish ales from Gauchos' wine menu is also a The less adventurous diner lives in Saco. 5IFMFTTBEWFOUVSPVTEJOFS MJTUXJUI4QBOJTIBMFTGSPN (BVDIPTXJOFNFOVJTBMTPB ZWdSaW\AOQ]


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t's hard to recover your reputation once UTIBSEUPSFDPWFSZPVSSFQVUBUJPOPODF you've been accused of fomenting the ZPVWFCFFOBDDVTFEPGGPNFOUJOHUIF fall of man. It's the sort of indictment GBMMPGNBO*UTUIFTPSUPGJOEJDUNFOU that humanity doesn't easily forget. UIBUIVNBOJUZEPFTOUFBTJMZGPSHFU But the apple has been trying to live #VUUIFBQQMFIBTCFFOUSZJOHUPMJWF down that whole Adam and Eve incident EPXOUIBUXIPMF"EBNBOE&WFJODJEFOU for centuries. The past is the past, the GPSDFOUVSJFT5IFQBTUJTUIFQBTU UIF Honeycrisps have pleaded. Let the fruit )POFZDSJTQTIBWFQMFBEFE-FUUIFGSVJU move on, cried the Cortlands. But with NPWFPO DSJFEUIF$PSUMBOET#VUXJUI time, a few decades of therapy UJNF BGFXEFDBEFTPGUIFSBQZ and an expensive PR campaign, BOEBOFYQFOTJWF13DBNQBJHO  it seems even a naughty apple JUTFFNTFWFOBOBVHIUZBQQMF can turn its image around. DBOUVSOJUTJNBHFBSPVOE Besides, before the tale of that #FTJEFT CFGPSFUIFUBMFPGUIBU misbehaving couple surfaced, NJTCFIBWJOHDPVQMFTVSGBDFE  apples were Aphrodite's fruit. BQQMFTXFSF"QISPEJUFTGSVJU The Greeks believed throwing 5IF(SFFLTCFMJFWFEUISPXJOH an apple at someone was to BOBQQMFBUTPNFPOFXBTUP symbolically declare one's love. TZNCPMJDBMMZEFDMBSFPOFTMPWF To catch the apple was to sym5PDBUDIUIFBQQMFXBTUPTZN bolically show one's acceptance CPMJDBMMZTIPXPOFTBDDFQUBODF In Norse mythology, the god*O/PSTFNZUIPMPHZ UIFHPE dess Iounn provided apples to the gods to EFTT*PVOOQSPWJEFEBQQMFTUPUIFHPETUP give them eternal youthfulness. HJWFUIFNFUFSOBMZPVUIGVMOFTT We mortals still manage to age despite 8FNPSUBMTTUJMMNBOBHFUPBHFEFTQJUF our heavy apple consumption, but the PVSIFBWZBQQMFDPOTVNQUJPO CVUUIF plump pomes still come in handy when QMVNQQPNFTTUJMMDPNFJOIBOEZXIFO battling scurvy, preventing heart disease, CBUUMJOHTDVSWZ QSFWFOUJOHIFBSUEJTFBTF  encouraging regularity and generally FODPVSBHJOHSFHVMBSJUZBOEHFOFSBMMZ keeping the doctor away. LFFQJOHUIFEPDUPSBXBZ Plus, they're sublime in pies or coated 1MVT UIFZSFTVCMJNFJOQJFTPSDPBUFE in caramel. They're good in green and in JODBSBNFM5IFZSFHPPEJOHSFFOBOEJO red - but best, I think, when a subtle pink SFEoCVUCFTU *UIJOL XIFOBTVCUMFQJOL spreads across the skin like an embarTQSFBETBDSPTTUIFTLJOMJLFBOFNCBS rassed blush. SBTTFECMVTI It's no wonder apple festivals have *UTOPXPOEFSBQQMFGFTUJWBMTIBWF sprouted in Maine like so many Tolman TQSPVUFEJO.BJOFMJLFTPNBOZ5PMNBO Sweets from a tree. The fruit has been 4XFFUTGSPNBUSFF5IFGSVJUIBTCFFO good to us. And in return, people have no HPPEUPVT"OEJOSFUVSO QFPQMFIBWFOP trouble indulging in apple appreciation. USPVCMFJOEVMHJOHJOBQQMFBQQSFDJBUJPO Tributes come in all forms - apple-pie 5SJCVUFTDPNFJOBMMGPSNToBQQMFQJF eating contests, bake sales, cider pressFBUJOHDPOUFTUT CBLFTBMFT DJEFSQSFTT ing, apple picking and apple-centric craft JOH BQQMFQJDLJOHBOEBQQMFDFOUSJDDSBGU sales. But some festivals rise above the TBMFT#VUTPNFGFTUJWBMTSJTFBCPWFUIF traditional. USBEJUJPOBM The Manchester Apple Festival, taking 5IF.BODIFTUFS"QQMF'FTUJWBM UBLJOH place at Lakeside Orchards in ManchesQMBDFBU-BLFTJEF0SDIBSETJO.BODIFT ter from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 1, features UFSGSPNBNUPQN0DU GFBUVSFT some atypical apple events. Most notable TPNFBUZQJDBMBQQMFFWFOUT.PTUOPUBCMF is the Great Apple Race across Muck JTUIF(SFBU"QQMF3BDFBDSPTT.VDL Pond. 1POE Originally intended to be an imitation 0SJHJOBMMZJOUFOEFEUPCFBOJNJUBUJPO of the lobster crate race held during PGUIFMPCTUFSDSBUFSBDFIFMEEVSJOH Rockland's annual Lobster Festival - ex3PDLMBOETBOOVBM-PCTUFS'FTUJWBMoFY cept using apple crates instead of lobster DFQUVTJOHBQQMFDSBUFTJOTUFBEPGMPCTUFS crates - organizers soon learned that the DSBUFToPSHBOJ[FSTTPPOMFBSOFEUIBUUIF smaller apple crate didn't quite work. TNBMMFSBQQMFDSBUFEJEOURVJUFXPSL "They aren't as big, and they don't float i5IFZBSFOUBTCJH BOEUIFZEPOUnPBU as well. Everybody fell in," said Doug Ide, BTXFMM&WFSZCPEZGFMMJO wTBJE%PVH*EF  Manchester Apple Festival event coor.BODIFTUFS"QQMF'FTUJWBMFWFOUDPPS dinator. "Everybody watching enjoyed EJOBUPSi&WFSZCPEZXBUDIJOHFOKPZFE seeing that." TFFJOHUIBUw This year, they're trying something dif5IJTZFBS UIFZSFUSZJOHTPNFUIJOHEJG ferent. GFSFOU "We're using other floating things," Ide i8FSFVTJOHPUIFSnPBUJOHUIJOHT w*EF said. "People will have to transport apples TBJEi1FPQMFXJMMIBWFUPUSBOTQPSUBQQMFT across a floating obstacle course." BDSPTTBnPBUJOHPCTUBDMFDPVSTFw Ide is building the contraption himself, *EFJTCVJMEJOHUIFDPOUSBQUJPOIJNTFMG  and was otherwise vague on the details. BOEXBTPUIFSXJTFWBHVFPOUIFEFUBJMT But the course will be open to children #VUUIFDPVSTFXJMMCFPQFOUPDIJMESFO and adults at no charge starting at 2:30 BOEBEVMUTBUOPDIBSHFTUBSUJOHBU p.m. A prize package will be given to the QN"QSJ[FQBDLBHFXJMMCFHJWFOUPUIF Muck Pond competitor with the fastest .VDL1POEDPNQFUJUPSXJUIUIFGBTUFTU time. UJNF

The festival will also include an ac5IFGFTUJWBMXJMMBMTPJODMVEFBOBD coutrement of apple-flinging that might DPVUSFNFOUPGBQQMFnJOHJOHUIBUNJHIU offend some conservative apple fans. PGGFOETPNFDPOTFSWBUJWFBQQMFGBOT The apple launcher will be standing by 5IFBQQMFMBVODIFSXJMMCFTUBOEJOHCZ throughout the event. Interested launchUISPVHIPVUUIFFWFOU*OUFSFTUFEMBVODI ers can send an apple smashing into a FSTDBOTFOEBOBQQMFTNBTIJOHJOUPB target 150 feet away with the help of a giUBSHFUGFFUBXBZXJUIUIFIFMQPGBHJ ant sling shot. "They just have to pull and BOUTMJOHTIPUi5IFZKVTUIBWFUPQVMMBOE let it fly," said Ide. The cost is $1 for three MFUJUnZ wTBJE*EF5IFDPTUJTGPSUISFF apples. BQQMFT While apple peeling is a skill 8IJMFBQQMFQFFMJOHJTBTLJMM honed by the recipe-wielding IPOFECZUIFSFDJQFXJFMEJOH bakers of the world, it's also a CBLFSTPGUIFXPSME JUTBMTPB talent that is showcased during UBMFOUUIBUJTTIPXDBTFEEVSJOH an apple festival. Experienced BOBQQMFGFTUJWBM&YQFSJFODFE peelers can compete in the QFFMFSTDBODPNQFUFJOUIF apple-peeling contest (and are BQQMFQFFMJOHDPOUFTU BOEBSF welcome to bring their own XFMDPNFUPCSJOHUIFJSPXO trusted utensil), and novices USVTUFEVUFOTJM BOEOPWJDFT are welcome to give it a try. BSFXFMDPNFUPHJWFJUBUSZ (Peelers provided. Bring your 1FFMFSTQSPWJEFE#SJOHZPVS own Band-Aids). PXO#BOE"JET  Even the festival hay maze is more than &WFOUIFGFTUJWBMIBZNB[FJTNPSFUIBO just a stack of dried grass. KVTUBTUBDLPGESJFEHSBTT "The hay bail maze was designed by a i5IFIBZCBJMNB[FXBTEFTJHOFECZB mathematician," said Ide. "It's not your NBUIFNBUJDJBO wTBJE*EFi*UTOPUZPVS typical maze where you sort of find your UZQJDBMNB[FXIFSFZPVTPSUPGmOEZPVS way There's a certain way you have to XBZ5IFSFTBDFSUBJOXBZZPVIBWFUP approach the maze... you have to actually BQQSPBDIUIFNB[FyZPVIBWFUPBDUVBMMZ think and strategize." UIJOLBOETUSBUFHJ[Fw And in true apple festival form, there "OEJOUSVFBQQMFGFTUJWBMGPSN UIFSF must be a pie-eating contest - maybe even NVTUCFBQJFFBUJOHDPOUFTUoNBZCFFWFO a pie-eating championship. BQJFFBUJOHDIBNQJPOTIJQ At 12:45 p.m., pie eaters are invited to "UQN QJFFBUFSTBSFJOWJUFEUP go face-first into the flaky crust and apple HPGBDFmSTUJOUPUIFnBLZDSVTUBOEBQQMF insides of as many pies as possible. The JOTJEFTPGBTNBOZQJFTBTQPTTJCMF5IF winner will be hailed as a hero. Or at least XJOOFSXJMMCFIBJMFEBTBIFSP0SBUMFBTU applauded by those present. BQQMBVEFECZUIPTFQSFTFOU The festival also includes a 5K road race, 5IFGFTUJWBMBMTPJODMVEFTB,SPBESBDF  a parade, a baking contest, live music, a BQBSBEF BCBLJOHDPOUFTU MJWFNVTJD B dunk tank and other activities, most of EVOLUBOLBOEPUIFSBDUJWJUJFT NPTUPG which are free. XIJDIBSFGSFF The apple's "minion of evil" reputation is 5IFBQQMFTiNJOJPOPGFWJMwSFQVUBUJPOJT all but forgotten - an association the apple BMMCVUGPSHPUUFOoBOBTTPDJBUJPOUIFBQQMF is glad to get rid of. JTHMBEUPHFUSJEPG On the other hand, the practice of 0OUIFPUIFSIBOE UIFQSBDUJDFPG launching love-seeking apples at the MBVODIJOHMPWFTFFLJOHBQQMFTBUUIF object of our affections seems worth PCKFDUPGPVSBGGFDUJPOTTFFNTXPSUI revisiting. SFWJTJUJOH

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The biggest agricultural event in Cum5IFCJHHFTUBHSJDVMUVSBMFWFOUJO$VN berland County kicks off its 140th year CFSMBOE$PVOUZLJDLTPGGJUTUIZFBS Sunday and runs through Oct. 1. Harness 4VOEBZBOESVOTUISPVHI0DU)BSOFTT racing remains a staple of the fair, as do SBDJOHSFNBJOTBTUBQMFPGUIFGBJS BTEP the carnival rides, livestock events and UIFDBSOJWBMSJEFT MJWFTUPDLFWFOUTBOE exhibition hall. The local 4-H clubs play a FYIJCJUJPOIBMM5IFMPDBM)DMVCTQMBZB big role in the fair, with shows, contests, CJHSPMFJOUIFGBJS XJUITIPXT DPOUFTUT  demonstrations and auctions. EFNPOTUSBUJPOTBOEBVDUJPOT The Don Campbell Band will give three 5IF%PO$BNQCFMM#BOEXJMMHJWFUISFF shows, Maine comedian Bob Marley hits TIPXT .BJOFDPNFEJBO#PC.BSMFZIJUT the stage at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, the Irish UIFTUBHFBUQN4VOEBZ UIF*SJTI Dancers perform at 2 p.m. Monday, and %BODFSTQFSGPSNBUQN.POEBZ BOE country musician Debbie Myers belts out DPVOUSZNVTJDJBO%FCCJF.ZFSTCFMUTPVU the tunes at 5 p.m. Sept. 30. UIFUVOFTBUQN4FQU New this year are lawnmower races, /FXUIJTZFBSBSFMBXONPXFSSBDFT  Maine Maple Day on Sept. 30 and the .BJOF.BQMF%BZPO4FQUBOEUIF Antique Tractor Pull, which returns to the "OUJRVF5SBDUPS1VMM XIJDISFUVSOTUPUIF fair after a five-year hiatus. GBJSBGUFSBmWFZFBSIJBUVT WHEN: Sunday to Oct. 1, times vary E63<(4VOEBZUP0DU UJNFTWBSZ WHERE: Cumberland County Fair, 197 E63@3($VNCFSMBOE$PVOUZ'BJS  Blanchard Road, Cumberland #MBODIBSE3PBE $VNCFSMBOE HOW MUCH: $9 adults weekends; $7 6=E;C16(BEVMUTXFFLFOET adults weekdays; free for ages 12 and BEVMUTXFFLEBZTGSFFGPSBHFTBOE under; $35 weekly pass; $3 for parking VOEFSXFFLMZQBTTGPSQBSLJOH INFO: 7<4=(DVNCFSMBOEGBJSDPN WHAT TO SEE: Miniature horse show (9 E6/BB=A33(.JOJBUVSFIPSTFTIPX  a.m. Sunday), pumpkin contest (10 a.m. BN4VOEBZ QVNQLJODPOUFTU BN Sunday), draft horse wagon obstacle 4VOEBZ ESBGUIPSTFXBHPOPCTUBDMF course (3 p.m. Wednesday), Rave X Free DPVSTF QN8FEOFTEBZ 3BWF9'SFF Style Jumping (6 p.m. Wednesday), apple 4UZMF+VNQJOH QN8FEOFTEBZ BQQMF pie contest (11 a.m. Sept. 29), lawnmower QJFDPOUFTU BN4FQU MBXONPXFS racing (6:30 p.m. Sept. 29), Antique TracSBDJOH QN4FQU "OUJRVF5SBD tor Pull (noon Sept. 30), maple candy UPS1VMM OPPO4FQU NBQMFDBOEZ demonstration (2 p.m. Sept. 30), pig EFNPOTUSBUJPO QN4FQU QJH scramble (9 a.m. Oct. 1), calf scramble TDSBNCMF BN0DU DBMGTDSBNCMF (9:30 a.m. Oct. 1), Grand Parade (10 a.m. BN0DU (SBOE1BSBEF BN Oct. 1), pig races (daily, times vary) and 0DU QJHSBDFT EBJMZ UJNFTWBSZ BOE World of Horses Show (7 p.m. Oct. 1) 8PSMEPG)PSTFT4IPX QN0DU

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WHAT TO EAT: Tom's Jumbo Donuts, fried E6/BB=3/B(5PNT+VNCP%POVUT GSJFE Maine seafood, Sunflower Pizza, beanhole .BJOFTFBGPPE 4VOnPXFS1J[[B CFBOIPMF beans, lobster rolls, and fish chowder and CFBOT MPCTUFSSPMMT BOEmTIDIPXEFSBOE beef stew at the Lion's Club booth. CFFGTUFXBUUIF-JPOT$MVCCPPUI HOW TO SAVE $: Tuesday is Senior Citizen 6=EB=A/D3(5VFTEBZJT4FOJPS$JUJ[FO Day, when folks ages 65 and older get in %BZ XIFOGPMLTBHFTBOEPMEFSHFUJO free. Ride passes for $20 are available on GSFF3JEFQBTTFTGPSBSFBWBJMBCMFPO select days from 2 to 9 p.m. Bring your TFMFDUEBZTGSPNUPQN#SJOHZPVS own picnic from home. PXOQJDOJDGSPNIPNF WHAT ELSE: Buzz into the sky with E6/B3:A3(#V[[JOUPUIFTLZXJUI Scabelli's Helicopter Rides. The cost is 4DBCFMMJT)FMJDPQUFS3JEFT5IFDPTUJT $50 per person and the rides take place all QFSQFSTPOBOEUIFSJEFTUBLFQMBDFBMM day, every day, weather permitting. EBZ FWFSZEBZ XFBUIFSQFSNJUUJOH

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Continued from Page E29 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 ' DISCOURSEWITHAUDIENCEPARTICIPATION 9VETTE discourse with audience participation, Yvette 4ORRES&INE!RT 2OCKLAND   Torres Fine Art, Rockland. (888) 777-1077. 6 to 8 p.m. TOPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Wharf Street Sparkling Wine Walk, 21-plus; 7HARF3TREET3PARKLING7INE7ALK  PLUS CinqueTerre Restaurant, Portland. $30 to $40. #INQUE4ERRE2ESTAURANT 0ORTLANDTO 3 to 5 p.m. WINEWISEEVENTSCOMTOPM Classic Quilters Demonstration, Sabbathday #LASSIC1UILTERS$EMONSTRATION 3ABBATHDAY Lake Shaker Village, New Gloucester. Free. ,AKE3HAKER6ILLAGE .EW'LOUCESTER&REE 926-4597. 10a.m.  AM Guided Tours Through Topsham's Historic 'UIDED4OURS4HROUGH4OPSHAMS(ISTORIC District, Old Town Hall, Topsham. $5/donation. $ISTRICT /LD4OWN(ALL 4OPSHAMDONATION 749-0458. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  AMTOPM First Parish Market Arts and Crafts Fair, First &IRST0ARISH-ARKET!RTSAND#RAFTS&AIR &IRST Parish Church, Freeport. 0ARISH#HURCH &REEPORTlRSTPARISHMARKETCOM 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Through Oct. 8. AMTOPM4HROUGH/CT Pumpkin Patch Trolley, ride to a field designated 0UMPKIN0ATCH4ROLLEY RIDETOAlELDDESIGNATED as the pumpkin patch, Seashore Trolley Museum, ASTHEPUMPKINPATCH 3EASHORE4ROLLEY-USEUM Kennebunkport. $5.50 to $8; free for ages 5 and +ENNEBUNKPORTTOFREEFORAGESAND younger, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. YOUNGERTROLLEYMUSEUMORGAMTOPM Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY Open Farm Weekend, meet alpacas and /PEN&ARM7EEKEND MEETALPACASAND watch spinning, weaving and fiber dyeing, WATCHSPINNING WEAVINGANDlBERDYEING Longwoods Alpaca Farm, Cumberland. Free. ,ONGWOODS!LPACA&ARM #UMBERLAND&REE 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. LONGWOODALPACASCOMAMTOPM Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY SUNDAY 35.$!9 Spirits Alive Tours of Eastern Cemetery, learn about 3PIRITS!LI VE4OURSOF%ASTERN#EMETERY LEARNABOUT historical figures via historical re-enactments, HISTORICALlGURESVIAHISTORICALRE ENACTMENTS Eastern Cemetery (Congress Street gate), Portland. %ASTERN#EMETERY#ONGRESS3TREETGATE 0ORTLAND $7; free for children under age 12. FREEFORCHILDRENUNDERAGESPIRITSALIVEORG 1:15 p.m. PM North Yarmouth Family Triathlon, two-mile .ORTH9ARMOUTH&AMILY4RIATHLON TWO MILE paddle, one-mile run and one-mile bike ride, PADDLE ONE MILERUNANDONE MILEBIKERIDE Wescustogo Park, North Yarmouth. $15 per team. 7ESCUSTOGO0ARK .ORTH9ARMOUTHPERTEAM 2 p.m. NYMEVENTSCOMPM Fall Equinox Gulden Meditation and Community &ALL%QUINOX'UIDEN-EDITATIONAND#OMMUNITY Sauna Celebration, silent meditation woods walk 3AUNA#ELEBRATION SILENTMEDITATIONWOODSWALK and sauna sweat, Nurture through Nature Retreat ANDSAUNASWEAT .URTURETHROUGH.ATURE2ETREAT Center, Denmark. $30. 452-2929. 3 to 5:30 p.m. #ENTER $ENMARK TOPM Psychic Sunday, Lucid Stage, Portland. $1 0SYCHIC3UNDAY ,UCID3TAGE 0ORTLAND admission; additional fees for readings, products ADMISSIONADDITIONALFEESFORREADINGS PRODUCTS and services, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. ANDSERVICESLUCIDSTAGECOMAMTOPM National Theater in London Live, screening .ATIONAL4HEATERIN,ONDON,IVE SCREENING of comedy "One Man, Two Guvnors," Strand OFCOMEDYh/NE-AN 4WO'UVNORS v3TRAND Theatre, Rockland. $23; $15 forages 18 and 4HEATRE 2OCKLANDFORAGESAND under, 3 p.m. UNDERROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM Ecstatic Dance, with DJs, The Awake Collective, %CSTATIC$ANCE WITH$*S 4HE!WAKE#OLLECTIVE Portland. $10 to $20. 0ORTLANDTOTHEAWAKECOLLECTIVECOM 10 a.m. to noon. AMTONOON MONDAY -/.$!9 "Giselle," broadcast of ballet performed at h'ISELLE vBROADCASTOFBALLETPERFORMEDAT the Royal Opera House in London, Frontier THE2OYAL/PERA(OUSEIN,ONDON &RONTIER Cafe, Cinema & Gallery, Brunswick. $15. #AFE #INEMA'ALLERY "RUNSWICK 2 and 6 p.m. EXPLOREFRONTIERCOMANDPM

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N&),-3 FILMS TODAY 4/$!9 "I, Borg," with post-screen discussion, Rockland h) "ORG vWITHPOST SCREENDISCUSSION 2OCKLAND ,IBRARY&REE PM Library. Free. 594-0310. 6:30 p.m. h3HAKESPEAREIN,OVEv 7INTER3TREET "Shakespeare in Love" (1998), Winter Street Center, Bath. $5. 522-1018. 7 p.m. #ENTER "ATH PM FRIDAY &2)$!9 h"EATS 2HYMESAND,IFE4HE4RAVELSOF!4RIBE "Beats, Rhymes and Life: The Travels of A Tribe #ALLED1UESTv MUSICDOCUMENTARY Called Quest" (2011), music documentary (rated R), Portland Museum of Art. $7. RATED2 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT 7 p.m. Friday; 2 and 7 p.m. PORTLANDMUSEUMORGPM&RIDAYANDPM 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. SUNDAY 35.$!9 "Kissed by Lightning" (2009), University of h+ISSEDBY,IGHTNINGv 5NIVERSITYOF Maine (Lincoln Auditorium), Farmington. Free. -AINE,INCOLN!UDITORIUM &ARMINGTON&REE 778-7424. 7 p.m.  PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 2011 Manhattan Short Film Festival, 10 short -ANHATTAN3HORT&ILM&ESTIVAL SHORT films from around the world, Space, Portland. $8. lLMSFROMAROUNDTHEWORLD 3PACE 0ORTLAND 7:30 p.m. SPACEORGPM "Jane's Journey" (2010), documentary with live h*ANES*OURNEYv DOCUMENTARYWITHLIVE video chat with Jane Goodall, Brunswick 10. VIDEOCHATWITH*ANE'OODALL "RUNSWICK $15. 8 p.m. FATHOMEVENTSCOMPM

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with lemon and drawn butter. WITHLEMONANDDRAWNBUTTER Choice of potato or pasta #HOICEOFPOTATOORPASTA with lemon and drawn butter, WITHLEMONANDDRAWNBUTTER french fries & cole slaw FRENCHFRIESCOLESLAW


GO | Portland Press Herald | Sept. 22, 2011  

GO | Portland Press Herald | Sept. 22, 2011

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