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Drop in at I'm pleased as punch, however, JO1BSTPOTmFME%SPQJOBU *NQMFBTFEBTQVODI IPXFWFS  to add that this kid is going glob- Face the Music KPZLJMMTTPSSPXDPN UPBEEUIBUUIJTLJEJTHPJOHHMPC al with the debut of the Face the Joy Kills Sorrow. 8 tonight. +PZ,JMMT4PSSPXUPOJHIU BMXJUIUIFEFCVUPGUIF'BDFUIF Music blog at One Longfellow Square, 181 0OF-POHGFMMPX4RVBSF  .VTJDCMPHBUQSFTTIFSBMEDPN The blog will be home to a steady stream 4UBUF4U 1PSUMBOEJOBEWBODF State St., Portland. $12 in advance; $15 5IFCMPHXJMMCFIPNFUPBTUFBEZTUSFBN of news and updates about local, live and at door, BUEPPSPOFMPOHGFMMPXTRVBSFDPN PGOFXTBOEVQEBUFTBCPVUMPDBM MJWFBOE national music From infinity and beyond! OBUJPOBMNVTJD'SPNJOmOJUZBOECFZPOE ere's the kind of 1-cent coin you will FSFTUIFLJOEPGDFOUDPJOZPVXJMM nother week, another favorite band to want to pick up. Somerville, Mass.XBOUUPQJDLVQ4PNFSWJMMF .BTT OPUIFSXFFL BOPUIFSGBWPSJUFCBOEUP spout about. This time I tip my hat to based band The Pennies makes its first CBTFECBOE5IF1FOOJFTNBLFTJUTmSTU TQPVUBCPVU5IJTUJNF*UJQNZIBUUP Boston string band Joy Kills Sorrow. The BQQFBSBODFJO1PSUMBOEXJUIBTIPXBU appearance in Portland with a show at #PTUPOTUSJOHCBOE+PZ,JMMT4PSSPX5IF group just released its second CD, "This Blue. "A Broken Heart Is a Beautiful #MVFi"#SPLFO)FBSU*TB#FBVUJGVM HSPVQKVTUSFMFBTFEJUTTFDPOE$% i5IJT Unknown Science," and I love it. The band 5IJOHwJTUIFMBUFTU$%5IFHSPVQEJHT Thing" is the latest CD. The group digs 6OLOPXO4DJFODF wBOE*MPWFJU5IFCBOE takes string-based music and dips it into American roots music from the past 120 "NFSJDBOSPPUTNVTJDGSPNUIFQBTU UBLFTTUSJOHCBTFENVTJDBOEEJQTJUJOUP indie rock and folk waters. The result is years, and its songs reflect that. 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Hanson makes its way back ?XejfedXb\j`kjnXpYXZb to Maine on a'Musical Ride' kfDX`e\feXĂ&#x160;Dlj`ZXcI`[\Ă&#x2039; So far, so good, he said. "We've had an 4PGBS TPHPPE IFTBJEi8FWFIBEBO amazing response, and it's clearly someBNB[JOHSFTQPOTF BOEJUTDMFBSMZTPNF PORTLAND â&#x20AC;&#x201D; American pop band thing the fan base has been very excited 1035-"/%Â&#x2030;"NFSJDBOQPQCBOE UIJOHUIFGBOCBTFIBTCFFOWFSZFYDJUFE Hanson - yes, Hanson - plays its first about." )BOTPOoZFT )BOTPOoQMBZTJUTmSTU BCPVUw Maine show in seven years with a return .BJOFTIPXJOTFWFOZFBSTXJUIBSFUVSO Which begs the question: Who makes up 8IJDICFHTUIFRVFTUJPO8IPNBLFTVQ to the State Theatre on Tuesday night. the Hanson fan base? 8IFO)BOTPOMBTU When Hanson last UPUIF4UBUF5IFBUSFPO5VFTEBZOJHIU UIF)BOTPOGBOCBTF The group is on the "Musical Ride Tour" played Portland, Isaac said at the time 5IFHSPVQJTPOUIFi.VTJDBM3JEF5PVSw QMBZFE1PSUMBOE *TBBDTBJEBUUIFUJNF celebrating a 15-year recording career that fans had grown up with the group DFMFCSBUJOHBZFBSSFDPSEJOHDBSFFS UIBUGBOTIBEHSPXOVQXJUIUIFHSPVQ that was launched with "MMMBop," a and were in their 20s. UIBUXBTMBVODIFEXJUIi...#PQ wB BOEXFSFJOUIFJST song that hit No. 1 in 27 countries. That hasn't really changed, but it's also TPOHUIBUIJU/PJODPVOUSJFT 5IBUIBTOUSFBMMZDIBOHFE CVUJUTBMTP That madness aside, the band is still expanded. "Probably the core age of the 5IBUNBEOFTTBTJEF UIFCBOEJTTUJMM FYQBOEFEi1SPCBCMZUIFDPSFBHFPGUIF going strong. Last year, Hanson released BVEJFODFJTCFUXFFOBOE w*TBBD audience is between 25 and 27," Isaac HPJOHTUSPOH-BTUZFBS )BOTPOSFMFBTFE its fifth studio album, "Shout It Out." The TBJEi5IFSFBSFBMTPBEFDFOUBNPVOUPG said. "There are also a decent amount of JUTmGUITUVEJPBMCVN i4IPVU*U0VUw5IF record is full of entirely enjoyable R&Bpeople older than that, and people who SFDPSEJTGVMMPGFOUJSFMZFOKPZBCMF3# QFPQMFPMEFSUIBOUIBU BOEQFPQMFXIP flavored pop pock. For this tour, fans are have just discovered Hanson from the last nBWPSFEQPQQPDL'PSUIJTUPVS GBOTBSF IBWFKVTUEJTDPWFSFE)BOTPOGSPNUIFMBTU choosing the bulk of the setlist by voting few records that we've made and have DIPPTJOHUIFCVMLPGUIFTFUMJTUCZWPUJOH GFXSFDPSETUIBUXFWFNBEFBOEIBWF online at for their favorite discovered the old stuff retrospectively." POMJOFBUIBOTPOOFUGPSUIFJSGBWPSJUF EJTDPWFSFEUIFPMETUVGGSFUSPTQFDUJWFMZw album. The winning one will get played When "Middle of Nowhere" was reBMCVN5IFXJOOJOHPOFXJMMHFUQMBZFE 8IFOi.JEEMFPG/PXIFSFwXBTSF in its entirety. The band will also throw in MFBTFEJO.BZ *TBBDXBTZFBST leased in May 1997, Isaac was 16 years JOJUTFOUJSFUZ5IFCBOEXJMMBMTPUISPXJO crowd favorites such as "Penny and Me" old. He recently spent his 30th birthday DSPXEGBWPSJUFTTVDIBTi1FOOZBOE.Fw PME)FSFDFOUMZTQFOUIJTUICJSUIEBZ and, of course, "MMMBop." on four wheels - he was blindfolded by BOE PGDPVSTF i...#PQw POGPVSXIFFMToIFXBTCMJOEGPMEFECZ Hanson, in case you've forgotten, is younger brother Joshua and ended up at )BOTPO JODBTFZPVWFGPSHPUUFO JT ZPVOHFSCSPUIFS+PTIVBBOEFOEFEVQBU three brothers from Tulsa, Okla. From a roller-skating rink, where he was joined UISFFCSPUIFSTGSPN5VMTB 0LMB'SPN BSPMMFSTLBUJOHSJOL XIFSFIFXBTKPJOFE youngest to oldest, the siblings are Zac by a posse of friends. ZPVOHFTUUPPMEFTU UIFTJCMJOHTBSF;BD CZBQPTTFPGGSJFOET (drums, piano, guitar, vocals), Taylor "This is totally cheesy, but it was actu ESVNT QJBOP HVJUBS WPDBMT 5BZMPS i5IJTJTUPUBMMZDIFFTZ CVUJUXBTBDUV (piano, guitar, drums, lead vocals) and ally really fun," Isaac said. "We all went QJBOP HVJUBS ESVNT MFBEWPDBMT BOE BMMZSFBMMZGVO w*TBBDTBJEi8FBMMXFOU Isaac (guitar, bass, piano, vocals). out there and got on old-school roller *TBBD HVJUBS CBTT QJBOP WPDBMT  PVUUIFSFBOEHPUPOPMETDIPPMSPMMFS Isaac took time out for a chat from a skates, and had flashbacks to early high *TBBDUPPLUJNFPVUGPSBDIBUGSPNB TLBUFT BOEIBEnBTICBDLTUPFBSMZIJHI recent gig in Colorado. school and middle school." SFDFOUHJHJO$PMPSBEP TDIPPMBOENJEEMFTDIPPMw "We're very proud of the record and very "HFEPFT IPXFWFS IBWFJUTEPXOTJEF i8FSFWFSZQSPVEPGUIFSFDPSEBOEWFSZ Age does, however, have its downside. lucky to be able to continue to do what we MVDLZUPCFBCMFUPDPOUJOVFUPEPXIBUXF i8FXFSFOPUOFBSMZBTDPPSEJOBUFEBT "We were not nearly as coordinated as do for as long as we've done it," he said of XFPODFXFSF*UTTVSQSJTJOHIPXNVDI EPGPSBTMPOHBTXFWFEPOFJU wIFTBJEPG we once were. It's surprising how much "Shout It Out." i4IPVU*U0VUw QBJOZPVDBODBVTFZPVSTFMGw pain you can cause yourself." He added that the brothers are psyched )FBEEFEUIBUUIFCSPUIFSTBSFQTZDIFE As for how it felt to reach the three-de"TGPSIPXJUGFMUUPSFBDIUIFUISFFEF to come back to Maine. "It's unfortunate UPDPNFCBDLUP.BJOFi*UTVOGPSUVOBUF cade mark, Isaac feels A-OK. "Thirty feels DBEFNBSL *TBBDGFFMT"0,i5IJSUZGFFMT that it's been so long since we've been UIBUJUTCFFOTPMPOHTJODFXFWFCFFO great, and I feel very comfortable with HSFBU BOE*GFFMWFSZDPNGPSUBCMFXJUI back to Portland. We've done a lot of tours XIP*BNBOEXIFSF*NHPJOH wIFTBJE who I am and where I'm going," he said. CBDLUP1PSUMBOE8FWFEPOFBMPUPGUPVST and somehow or another did not find our i5IJSUZPOFJTKVTUBSPVOEUIFDPSOFS  "Thirty-one is just around the corner, BOETPNFIPXPSBOPUIFSEJEOPUmOEPVS way far enough north to get to Portland, which is kind of weird, but I'm cool with XBZGBSFOPVHIOPSUIUPHFUUP1PSUMBOE  XIJDIJTLJOEPGXFJSE CVU*NDPPMXJUI so we're looking forward it. We had a it." TPXFSFMPPLJOHGPSXBSEJU8FIBEB JUw great show last time, and really enjoyed HSFBUTIPXMBTUUJNF BOESFBMMZFOKPZFE ourselves." Staff Writer Aimsel Ponti can be contacted at 791PVSTFMWFTw AbOTTE`WbS`/W[aSZ>]\bWQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%' We'll have to wait and see which of the 6455 or at: 8FMMIBWFUPXBJUBOETFFXIJDIPGUIF $"##]`Ob( three albums wins the voting for the UISFFBMCVNTXJOTUIFWPUJOHGPSUIF O^]\bW.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Portland show Isaac said the list was nar1PSUMBOETIPX*TBBDTBJEUIFMJTUXBTOBS rowed to three to create at least some de- @= >F SPXFEUPUISFFUPDSFBUFBUMFBTUTPNFEF gree of predictability and "keep it fresh." HSFFPGQSFEJDUBCJMJUZBOEiLFFQJUGSFTIw About half of the show ends up being a HANSON "CPVUIBMGPGUIFTIPXFOETVQCFJOHB 6/<A=< particular record, and Hanson does its WHEN: 8 p.m. Tuesday QBSUJDVMBSSFDPSE BOE)BOTPOEPFTJUT E63<(&^[BcSaROg best to play the songs in order. WHERE: State Theatre, 6 0 9 Congress CFTUUPQMBZUIFTPOHTJOPSEFS E63@3(AbObSBVSOb`S$'1]\U`Saa "Certain records play better that way St., P o r t l a n d i$FSUBJOSFDPSETQMBZCFUUFSUIBUXBZ Ab>]`bZO\R than others," Isaac said. "They just have 6=E;C16( H0WMUCH:$25;all ages UIBOPUIFST w*TBBDTBJEi5IFZKVTUIBWF #)OZZOUSa a certain flow to them that really works." 7<4=(abObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][ INFO: s t a t e t h e a t r e p o r t l a n d . c o m BDFSUBJOnPXUPUIFNUIBUSFBMMZXPSLTw #Z"*.4&-10/5* ByAIMSELPONTI 4UBGG8SJUFS StajfWriter


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"Low Down" closes with "Think I'd Feel i-PX%PXOwDMPTFTXJUIi5IJOL*E'FFM Fine," a slow sing-a-long for the sweat to 'JOF wBTMPXTJOHBMPOHGPSUIFTXFBUUP dry that espouses simple appreciation as ESZUIBUFTQPVTFTTJNQMFBQQSFDJBUJPOBT the path to aging gracefully. It's a nice reUIFQBUIUPBHJOHHSBDFGVMMZ*UTBOJDFSF minder that the band isn't pilfering tricks NJOEFSUIBUUIFCBOEJTOUQJMGFSJOHUSJDLT or gimmicks, just offering up its strong, PSHJNNJDLT KVTUPGGFSJOHVQJUTTUSPOH  distinctly American voice. EJTUJODUMZ"NFSJDBOWPJDF Mike Olcott is a freelance writer. ;WYS=ZQ]bbWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`

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DLJ@:8E;E@>?KC@=< MUSIC AND NIGHTLIFE TODAY 4/$!9 Madeline Peyroux, jazz, all ages; -ADELINE0EYROUX JAZZ ALLAGES State Theatre, Portland. $25 to 3TATE4HEATRE 0ORTLANDTO SUNDAY 35.$!9 $39. STATETHEATREPORTLANDCOM Slaid Cleaves, Americana 3LAID#LEAVES !MERICANA 7:30 p.m. PM singer-songwriter, Jonathan's SINGER SONGWRITER *ONATHANS Crooked Still, alt-bluegrass, #ROOKED3TILL ALT BLUEGRASS Restaurant, Ogunquit. 2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT Stone Mountain Arts Center, 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER $20 in advance; $22.50 INADVANCE Brownfield. $25. stonemountain "ROWNlELDSTONEMOUNTAIN day of show. 646-4777. DAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. (doors ARTSCENTERCOMPMDOORS 8 p.m. JONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM 6 p.m.) PM Bluegrass Music Association "LUEGRASS-USIC!SSOCIATION Joy Kills Sorrow, Boston*OY+ILLS3ORROW "OSTON Music Jam, acoustic, unplugged -USIC*AM ACOUSTIC UNPLUGGED Courtesy photo 1]c`bSag^V]b] based string band, One BASEDSTRINGBAND /NE instruments, Roost Function INSTRUMENTS 2OOST&UNCTION Longfellow Square, Portland. Jonathan Richman 8]\ObVO\@WQV[O\ ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND Hall, Buxton. $7; $5 for mem(ALL "UXTONFORMEM $12 in advance; $15 at door. performs on Wednesday BERS TOPM INADVANCEATDOOR ^S`T]`[a]\ESR\SaROg bers. 799-1232. 1 to 6 p.m. 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM at Space in Portland. Weekly Music Jam Session, ObA^OQSW\>]`bZO\R 7EEKLY-USIC*AM3ESSION

Twiddle, prog-rock/reggae, 184WIDDLE PROG ROCKREGGAE  bring an instrument or just BRINGANINSTRUMENTORJUST plus; Port City Music Hall, Portland. $10 to $20. PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLANDTO listen, Sail Power and Steam Museum, Rockland. LISTEN 3AIL0OWERAND3TEAM-USEUM 2OCKLAND 8 p.m. PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM Free. 701-7627.2 to 4 p.m. &REE TOPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Peter Wolf, blues/rock, Stone Mountain Arts 0ETER7OLF BLUESROCK 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS Center, Brownfield. $45. stonemountainartscenter #ENTER "ROWNlELDSTONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTER .com. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday (Saturday show COMPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY3ATURDAYSHOW sold out). SOLDOUT  Asphalt Orchestra, street band concert presented !SPHALT/RCHESTRA STREETBANDCONCERTPRESENTED by Portland Ovations, Congress Street, Portland. BY0ORTLAND/VATIONS #ONGRESS3TREET 0ORTLAND Free, 5 to 8 p.m. &REEPORTLANDOVATIONSORGTOPM Open M i c and Poetry Slam, First Universalist /PEN-ICAND0OETRY3LAM &IRST5NIVERSALIST Church of Auburn. Free, 7:15 p.m. #HURCHOF!UBURN&REEAUBURNUUORGPM Crooked Still, alt-bluegrass, Strand Theatre, #ROOKED3TILL ALT BLUEGRASS 3TRAND4HEATRE Rockland. $20 in advance; $23 day of show. 2OCKLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. ROCKLANDSTRANDCOMPM First Friday Free Concert, with Inanna, Sisters in &IRST&RIDAY&REE#ONCERT WITH)NANNA 3ISTERSIN Rhythm, One Longfellow Square, Portland. Free. 2HYTHM /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND&REE 6 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Fred Eaglesmith, singer/songwriter, One &RED%AGLESMITH SINGERSONGWRITER /NE Longfellow Square, Portland. $20 in advance; $25 ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE at door, 8 p.m. ATDOORONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Brad Kahlhamer, Kelsey Barrett, Ursula Scherrer "RAD+AHLHAMER +ELSEY"ARRETT 5RSULA3CHERRER and Kato Hideki, multi-media experience with AND+ATO(IDEKI MULTI MEDIAEXPERIENCEWITH musician, visual artist, singer, video artist and MUSICIAN VISUALARTIST SINGER VIDEOARTISTAND composer, Bates College (Olin Arts Center), COMPOSER "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER Lewiston. Free. 786-6135. 7:30 p.m. ,EWISTON&REE PM Mallett Brothers, alt-country, CD-release -ALLETT"ROTHERS ALT COUNTRY #$ RELEASE show, with This Way and The Watchers, 18SHOW WITH4HIS7AYAND4HE7ATCHERS  plus; Port City Music Hall, Portland. $8 to $20. PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLANDTO 8 p.m. PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Octoberfest, live music and German beer, /CTOBERFEST LIVEMUSICAND'ERMANBEER Jimmy the Greek's, Old Orchard Beach. *IMMYTHE'REEKS /LD/RCHARD"EACH Noon to 1 a.m. JIMMYGREEKSCOM.OONTOAM Suede, pop/blues, Jonathan's Restaurant, 3UEDE POPBLUES *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT Ogunquit. $30 in advance; $34 day of show. /GUNQUITINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 7 p.m. JONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM The Prodigals, Irish rock, Opera House at 4HE0RODIGALS )RISHROCK /PERA(OUSEAT Boothbay Harbor. $15 in advance; $20 day of "OOTHBAY(ARBORINADVANCEDAYOF show. 633-5159. 8 p.m. (doors at 7:30 p.m.) SHOW PMDOORSATPM EOTO, psych-dub beat, 18-plus; Port City Music %/4/ PSYCH DUBBEAT  PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC Hall, Portland. $15 to $25. (ALL 0ORTLANDTOPORTCITYMUSICHALLCOM 8 p.m. PM Honey Dewdrops, bluegrass, Chocolate (ONEY$EWDROPS BLUEGRASS #HOCOLATE Church Arts Center, Bath. $12, $14. #HURCH!RTS#ENTER "ATH 7:30 p.m. CHOCOLATECHURCHARTSORGPM Nu-Utopians:The Songs of John Lennon (Beatles .U 5TOPIANS4HE3ONGSOF*OHN,ENNON"EATLES and Solo Years), features Rex Fowler of Aztec AND3OLO9EARS FEATURES2EX&OWLEROF!ZTEC Two-Step and Tom Dean of Devonsquare, 4WO 3TEPAND4OM$EANOF$EVONSQUARE One Longfellow Square, Portland. $30. /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Jonathan Edwards, singer-songwriter, *ONATHAN%DWARDS SINGER SONGWRITER Winthrop Performing Arts Center. $32 to $47. 7INTHROP0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTERTO 7 p.m. WINTHROPCONCERTSORGPM "An Evening of Broadway," with Nancy h!N%VENINGOF"ROADWAY vWITH.ANCY Durgin, John Mulcahy and Andrew Fenniman, $URGIN *OHN-ULCAHYAND!NDREW&ENNIMAN

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IFOZPVUIJOLBCPVUJU JTOUJUTUSBOHF hen you think about it, isn't it strange that Portland doesn't have a prestigious UIBU1PSUMBOEEPFTOUIBWFBQSFTUJHJPVT mMNGFTUJWBMUPDBMMJUTPXO film festival to call its own?*NFBO  I mean, we're Portland, for cryin' out loud - hip, young, XFSF1PSUMBOE GPSDSZJOPVUMPVEoIJQ ZPVOH  artsy, a thriving filmmaking community. BSUTZ BUISJWJOHmMNNBLJOHDPNNVOJUZ But UIF the CJH big .BJOF Maine film festivals SFTJEF reside JO in #VU mMN GFTUJWBMT QMBDFT places MJLF like 8BUFSWJMMF Waterville QPQ (pop.    15,000, .BJOF Maine *O International Film Festival), UFSOBUJPOBM'JMN'FTUJWBM  and $BNEFO Camden QPQ (pop.    5,000, BOE Camden International $BNEFO *OUFSOBUJPOBM Film 'FTUJWBM  Festival), XIJMF while XF we 'JMN in 1PSUMBOE  Portland, XJUI with PVS our JO state's MBSHFTU largest QPQVMBUJPO population TUBUFT of NPSF more UIBO than   60,000 mMN filmPG loving souls get... nothiif. MPWJOHTPVMTHFUyOPUIJO But one Portlander has #VUPOF1PSUMBOEFSIBT been working to change CFFOXPSLJOHUPDIBOHF that. UIBU "It's going great," says i*UTHPJOHHSFBU wTBZT Tyler Johnston, founder 5ZMFS+PIOTUPO GPVOEFS of the Portland Maine Film Festival. "We're PGUIF1PSUMBOE.BJOF'JMN'FTUJWBMi8FSF starting off small. We're a mom-and-pop festiTUBSUJOHPGGTNBMM8FSFBNPNBOEQPQGFTUJ val that's trying to grow every year, and with WBMUIBUTUSZJOHUPHSPXFWFSZZFBS BOEXJUI the support of the community, we're catching UIFTVQQPSUPGUIFDPNNVOJUZ XFSFDBUDIJOH on." POw Last year's fest, initially called the Portland -BTUZFBSTGFTU JOJUJBMMZDBMMFEUIF1PSUMBOE Maine International Film Festival ("We are .BJOF*OUFSOBUJPOBM'JMN'FTUJWBM i8FBSF an international festival, too, but decided BOJOUFSOBUJPOBMGFTUJWBM UPP CVUEFDJEFE that MIFF already had the 'international,' " UIBU.*''BMSFBEZIBEUIFAJOUFSOBUJPOBM w explained Johnston about the name change), FYQMBJOFE+PIOTUPOBCPVUUIFOBNFDIBOHF  debuted with an intriguing lineup of small EFCVUFEXJUIBOJOUSJHVJOHMJOFVQPGTNBMM national indie films - but none from Maine, an OBUJPOBMJOEJFmMNToCVUOPOFGSPN.BJOF BO element that this year's festival has changed FMFNFOUUIBUUIJTZFBSTGFTUJWBMIBTDIBOHFE in a big way. JOBCJHXBZ In addition to another impressively varied *OBEEJUJPOUPBOPUIFSJNQSFTTJWFMZWBSJFE roster of American and, yes, international SPTUFSPG"NFSJDBOBOE ZFT JOUFSOBUJPOBM films, this year PMFF can boast a healthy mMNT UIJTZFBS1.''DBOCPBTUBIFBMUIZ selection of homegrown product. TFMFDUJPOPGIPNFHSPXOQSPEVDU "Local filmmakers are dying to get their i-PDBMmMNNBLFSTBSFEZJOHUPHFUUIFJS work out," said Johnston. "They need more XPSLPVU wTBJE+PIOTUPOi5IFZOFFENPSF avenues for their work. There's a huge filmBWFOVFTGPSUIFJSXPSL5IFSFTBIVHFmMN making scene in Portland, and this is a chanNBLJOHTDFOFJO1PSUMBOE BOEUIJTJTBDIBO nel to connect with wider audiences, national OFMUPDPOOFDUXJUIXJEFSBVEJFODFT OBUJPOBM and international." BOEJOUFSOBUJPOBMw Among the Maine offerings Johnston en"NPOHUIF.BJOFPGGFSJOHT+PIOTUPOFO thuses about is "April's Heart," a film made by UIVTFTBCPVUJTi"QSJMT)FBSU wBmMNNBEFCZ

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¾B63;GB6=4B63/;3@71/< "THE MYTH 0F THE AMERICAN A:33>=D3@œ³2W`SQbSRPg SLEEPOVER" - Directed by 2OdWR@]PS`b;WbQVSZZ/ David Robert Mitchell. A bS\RS`Q][W\U]TOUSR`O[OT]ZZ]eW\UT]c` tender coming-of-age drama following four g]c\U^S]^ZS]\bVSZOab\WUVb]Tac[[S` young people on the last night of summer. BVSbSS\OUS`aQ`]aa^ObVaOabVSgSf^Z]`S The teenagers cross paths as they explore

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professional filmmakers and students of QSPGFTTJPOBMmMNNBLFSTBOETUVEFOUTPG Sanford High School working from anony4BOGPSE)JHI4DIPPMXPSLJOHGSPNBOPOZ mous, coming-of-age student stories. "It's NPVT DPNJOHPGBHFTUVEFOUTUPSJFTi*UT a true community success story" said BUSVFDPNNVOJUZTVDDFTTTUPSZ wTBJE Johnston, "and exactly the sort of project +PIOTUPO iBOEFYBDUMZUIFTPSUPGQSPKFDU the PMFF is trying to promote." UIF1.''JTUSZJOHUPQSPNPUFw As well, festival-goers can look forward "TXFMM GFTUJWBMHPFSTDBOMPPLGPSXBSE to Maine-made films as diverse as creator UP.BJOFNBEFmMNTBTEJWFSTFBTDSFBUPS Eric Bailey's newsroom sitcom pilot "Off&SJD#BJMFZTOFXTSPPNTJUDPNQJMPUi0GG Air" and a documentary tribute to comic "JSwBOEBEPDVNFOUBSZUSJCVUFUPDPNJD book legend (and Maine native) Mort CPPLMFHFOE BOE.BJOFOBUJWF .PSU Todd. 5PEE There's also the doc "Beverly Hallam: 5IFSFTBMTPUIFEPDi#FWFSMZ)BMMBN Maine Master" about the titular Maine .BJOF.BTUFSwBCPVUUIFUJUVMBS.BJOF painter, director Nathan Oliver's horror QBJOUFS EJSFDUPS/BUIBO0MJWFSTIPSSPS comedy "The Zombies Are Coming to DPNFEZi5IF;PNCJFT"SF$PNJOHUP Town!" and a panel discussion titled "The 5PXOwBOEBQBOFMEJTDVTTJPOUJUMFEi5IF

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A O\R0`gO\1`O\ab]\2W`SQbSRPg<WQ]ZOaEW\RW\U@ST\/ baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generPOaSPOZZQZcP]\OPcRUSbPgS[^Z]gW\UQ][^cbS`US\S` Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a wheel6]ZZge]]Rabc\b^S`T]`[S`eV][]]\ZWUVbaOaOeVSSZ ated analysis to draft his players. Strong language. ObSRO\OZgaWab]R`OTbVWa^ZOgS`aAb`]\UZO\UcOUS man discovers that a contract has been put out on him [O\RWaQ]dS`abVObOQ]\b`OQbVOaPSS\^cb]cb]\VW[ Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today-Wed 1,3:45, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROgESR!("# after a heist gone wrong. Strong brutal bloody violence, OTbS`OVSWabU]\Se`]\UAb`]\UP`cbOZPZ]]RgdW]ZS\QS 6:40, 9:30; Brunswick 10 Today 1:10,4:05, 7, 9:50 Fri-Wed $("'(!)0`c\aeWQYB]ROg("(#%'(#4`WESR language and some nudity. ZO\UcOUSO\Ra][S\cRWbg 1:05,4, 6:55, 9:50; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) (#"$(##'(#)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 1:10, 7:30 FriAV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROg(%(!4`W Today-Wed 12,3:30, 6:30, 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook B]ROgESR !(!$(!'( )1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y Wed 4, 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook Today 12:20,3:20, 6:50, ESR"'( )1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROg ( !( $(# Today-Wed 12:10,3:20, 6:40, 9:40; Cinemagic Saco TodayB]ROgESR (!( $("'(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROg 9:10 Fri-Wed 12:20,10; Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed 12:05, '(4`WESR ( )1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR (# Wed 12:25, 3:20, 6:30, 9:20; Falmouth 10 Today 4, 7 Fri 4, 7, ESR ( #!( $(!'( )4OZ[]cbVB]ROg"%4`W"% 2:15, 4:30, 7:10, 9:25 (#"(!%('( # 9:55 Sat 1,4, 7, 9:55 Sun 1,4, 7 Mon-Wed 4, 7 '(##AOb"%'(##Ac\"%;]\ESR"% "THE GUARD" (R) (1:36) Stars Brendan Gleeson, Don ÂľB635C/@2Âś@(!$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 FBI T`]\bObW]\OZ^S`a]\OZWbgWabSO[SRc^eWbVO\c^bWUVb407 agent to investigate an international drug-smuggling ring. OUS\bb]W\dSabWUObSO\W\bS`\ObW]\OZR`cUa[cUUZW\U`W\U Pervasive language, some violence, drug material and >S`dOaWdSZO\UcOUSa][SdW]ZS\QSR`cU[ObS`WOZO\R sexual content. aSfcOZQ]\bS\b Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 5:30, 9:45 AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROg#(!'("# Fri-Wed 2,$(! 6:30 4`WESR "HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART Âľ6/@@G>=BB3@/<2B6323/B6:G6/::=EA(>/@B 2" (PG-13) (2:10) Stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Âś>5! (AbO`a2O\WSZ@ORQZWTTS3[[OEOba]\O\R Rupert Grint. Directed by David Yates. 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IF YOU ENJOY the power of a 74G=C3<8=GbVS^]eS`]TO male chorus, the Portland [OZSQV]`cabVS>]`bZO\R Symphony Orchestra has Ag[^V]\g=`QVSab`OVOa a show for you. The PSO OaV]eT]`g]cBVS>A= welcomes the U.S. Naval eSZQ][SabVSCA<OdOZ Academy Men's Glee /QORS[g;S\¸a5ZSS Club for two weekend 1ZcPT]`be]eSSYS\R performances. The 80 ^S`T]`[O\QSaBVS& members will perform [S[PS`aeWZZ^S`T]`[ choral masterpieces, QV]`OZ[OabS`^WSQSa popular music, patriotic ^]^cZO`[caWQ^Ob`W]bWQ songs, traditional sea a]\Uab`ORWbW]\OZaSO shanties and a variety of aVO\bWSaO\ROdO`WSbg]T other works. ]bVS`e]`Ya WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Saturday; E63<(%(!^[AObc`ROg) 2:30 p.m. Sunday (!^[Ac\ROg WHERE: Merrill Auditorium, E63@3(;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[ 20 Myrtle St., Portland ;g`bZSAb>]`bZO\R TICKETS: $26 to $71 B7193BA( $b]% INFO: 842-0800; 7<4=(&" &) ^]`bZO\Rag[^V]\g]`U

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Mad Horse opens its season with the black comedy 'The Lieutenant of Inishmore.' DX[?fij\fg\ej`kjj\Xjfen`k_k_\YcXZbZfd\[pĂ&#x160;K_\C`\lk\eXekf]@e`j_dfi\%Ă&#x2039; By BOB KEYES #Z#0#,&:&4 Staff Writer 4UBGG8SJUFS


ad Horse Theatre BE)PSTF5IFBUSF begins its 26th CFHJOTJUTUI season in Portland TFBTPOJO1PSUMBOE tonight and its secUPOJHIUBOEJUTTFD ond at Lucid Stage, POEBU-VDJE4UBHF  the upstart theater UIFVQTUBSUUIFBUFS space on Baxter Boulevard TQBDFPO#BYUFS#PVMFWBSE near Portland's Back Cove. OFBS1PSUMBOET#BDL$PWF With about 100 seats, Lucid 8JUIBCPVUTFBUT -VDJE Stage begins its second 4UBHFCFHJOTJUTTFDPOE season as a major player in TFBTPOBTBNBKPSQMBZFSJO the Portland theater scene. UIF1PSUMBOEUIFBUFSTDFOF Mad Horse has made the .BE)PSTFIBTNBEFUIF theater its home, committing UIFBUFSJUTIPNF DPNNJUUJOH to 14 weeks of performances UPXFFLTPGQFSGPSNBODFT throughout the year. Several UISPVHIPVUUIFZFBS4FWFSBM other presenting companies PUIFSQSFTFOUJOHDPNQBOJFT have followed, including IBWFGPMMPXFE JODMVEJOH American Irish Repertory "NFSJDBO*SJTI3FQFSUPSZ Ensemble, Figures of Speech, &OTFNCMF 'JHVSFTPG4QFFDI  Dark Follies and the new com%BSL'PMMJFTBOEUIFOFXDPN pany Snow Lion Rep. QBOZ4OPX-JPO3FQ Lucid Stage also hosts com-VDJE4UBHFBMTPIPTUTDPN edy and dance, and is busy FEZBOEEBODF BOEJTCVTZ most nights. NPTUOJHIUT "We've been very successful i8FWFCFFOWFSZTVDDFTTGVM

when it comes to being busy XIFOJUDPNFTUPCFJOHCVTZ all the time," said Liz McMaBMMUIFUJNF wTBJE-J[.D.B hon, who co-directs Lucid IPO XIPDPEJSFDUT-VDJE Stage with Adam Gutgsell. 4UBHFXJUI"EBN(VUHTFMM Both are longtime players in #PUIBSFMPOHUJNFQMBZFSTJO local theater. MPDBMUIFBUFS "We've succeeded based on a i8FWFTVDDFFEFECBTFEPOB combination of renting out the DPNCJOBUJPOPGSFOUJOHPVUUIF space at full cost and bringing TQBDFBUGVMMDPTUBOECSJOHJOH community groups in to use DPNNVOJUZHSPVQTJOUPVTF the space for free or at reUIFTQBDFGPSGSFFPSBUSF duced cost," she said. "We've EVDFEDPTU wTIFTBJEi8FWF had very few dark nights, and IBEWFSZGFXEBSLOJHIUT BOE we are already now booked XFBSFBMSFBEZOPXCPPLFE through the end of June. We UISPVHIUIFFOEPG+VOF8F barely had any money to start CBSFMZIBEBOZNPOFZUPTUBSU a venue, but I was certain we BWFOVF CVU*XBTDFSUBJOXF could rent it. DPVMESFOUJU "I knew there was a demand. i*LOFXUIFSFXBTBEFNBOE There are more people now 5IFSFBSFNPSFQFPQMFOPX who need space than there XIPOFFETQBDFUIBOUIFSF are medium-sized venues. So I BSFNFEJVNTJ[FEWFOVFT4P* knew we would be OK once we LOFXXFXPVMECF0,PODFXF got open." HPUPQFOw Lucid Stage has proven pop-VDJE4UBHFIBTQSPWFOQPQ ular with directors and actors. VMBSXJUIEJSFDUPSTBOEBDUPST They like the flexibility of the 5IFZMJLFUIFnFYJCJMJUZPGUIF theater itself- the seats can UIFBUFSJUTFMGoUIFTFBUTDBO


@= >F "THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE" ÂľB63:73CB3</<B=47<7A6;=@3Âś BY MAD HORSE THEATRE 0G;/26=@A3B63/B@3 WHERE: Lucid Stage, 29 E63@3(:cQWRAbOUS ' Baxter Blvd., Portland 0OfbS`0ZdR>]`bZO\R WHEN: 7:30 p.m. today and E63<(%(!^[b]ROgO\R Oct. 13; 8 p.m. Friday and =Qb!)&^[4`WROgO\R Saturday; 2^[Ac\ROg p.m. Sunday. AObc`ROg) Through Oct. 23. BV`]cUV=Qb ! HOW MUCH: $22;) $20 for 6=E;C16( T]` students and seniors; pay abcRS\baO\RaS\W]`a)^Og what you can on Thursdays eVObg]cQO\]\BVc`aROga INFO: 899-3993; 7<4=(&''!''!) ZcQWRabOUSQ][

be configured in many ways to CFDPOmHVSFEJONBOZXBZTUP accommodate different stages BDDPNNPEBUFEJGGFSFOUTUBHFT - as well as the functionality oBTXFMMBTUIFGVODUJPOBMJUZ of the wings and backstage PGUIFXJOHTBOECBDLTUBHF areas. Many of the companies BSFBT.BOZPGUIFDPNQBOJFT working at Lucid previously XPSLJOHBU-VDJEQSFWJPVTMZ rented the Studio Theater at SFOUFEUIF4UVEJP5IFBUFSBU Portland Stage Company. 1PSUMBOE4UBHF$PNQBOZ They liked the intimacy of 5IFZMJLFEUIFJOUJNBDZPG the Portland Stage space, but UIF1PSUMBOE4UBHFTQBDF CVU found the lack of a backstage GPVOEUIFMBDLPGBCBDLTUBHF

area limiting, said Christine BSFBMJNJUJOH TBJE$ISJTUJOF Louise Marshall, Mad Horse's -PVJTF.BSTIBMM .BE)PSTFT artistic director and direcBSUJTUJDEJSFDUPSBOEEJSFD tor of the company's season UPSPGUIFDPNQBOZTTFBTPO opener, "The Lieutenant of PQFOFS i5IF-JFVUFOBOUPG Inishmore." *OJTINPSFw "Having a backstage area i)BWJOHBCBDLTUBHFBSFB and wings makes a huge BOEXJOHTNBLFTBIVHF difference," Marshall said. EJGGFSFODF w.BSTIBMMTBJE "The depth and width of the i5IFEFQUIBOEXJEUIPGUIF space give you so many more TQBDFHJWFZPVTPNBOZNPSF options." PQUJPOTw "The Lieutenant of Inishi5IF-JFVUFOBOUPG*OJTI more" illustrates Marshall's NPSFwJMMVTUSBUFT.BSTIBMMT point. This show demands a QPJOU5IJTTIPXEFNBOETB lot of special effects. It's someMPUPGTQFDJBMFGGFDUT*UTTPNF times tough to execute those UJNFTUPVHIUPFYFDVUFUIPTF special effects in a small theTQFDJBMFGGFDUTJOBTNBMMUIF ater - especially one without BUFSoFTQFDJBMMZPOFXJUIPVU an easily accessible backstage BOFBTJMZBDDFTTJCMFCBDLTUBHF area - because the space is so BSFBoCFDBVTFUIFTQBDFJTTP intimate. The audience might JOUJNBUF5IFBVEJFODFNJHIU be privy to the effects. CFQSJWZUPUIFFGGFDUT That's less a concern at 5IBUTMFTTBDPODFSOBU Lucid Stage, she said, because -VDJE4UBHF TIFTBJE CFDBVTF it's easier to set up the special JUTFBTJFSUPTFUVQUIFTQFDJBM Please see MAD HORSE, PageE30 Gc\Xj\j\\;/26=@A3GX^\<*'

Reception opens I\Z\gk`fefg\ej show of African art j_fnf]8]i`ZXeXik THE ART SHOW "From the B63/@BA6=EÂľ4`][bVS Shores of Lake Victoria" AV]`Sa]T:OYSDWQb]`WOÂś features the work of artists TSObc`SabVSe]`Y]TO`bWaba from Kisumu, Kenya, T`][9Wac[c9S\gO including Vincent Ouma, W\QZcRW\UDW\QS\b=c[O Erick Ayoti and Seth 3`WQY/g]bWO\RASbV Amollo. Clyde Bango of /[]ZZ]1ZgRS0O\U]]T Zimbabwe will also show HW[POPeSeWZZOZa]aV]e work. e]`Y WHEN: Opening reception, E63<(=^S\W\U`SQS^bW]\ 5 to 8 p.m. Friday #b]&^[4`WROg WHERE: Museum of African E63@3(;caSc[]T/T`WQO\ Culture, 13 Brown St., 1cZbc`S!0`]e\Ab Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16(4`SS INFO: 871-7188; 7<4=(&%%&&) [caSc[OT`WQO\QcZbc`S]`U

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ELIZABETH PEAVEY'S 3:7H/03B6>3/D3G¸A "MY MOTHER'S CLOTHES µ;G;=B63@¸A1:=B63A ARE NOT MY MOTHER" /@3<=B;G;=B63@¶ WHEN: 7 p.m. Sunday E63<(%^[Ac\ROg and Monday O\R;]\ROg WHERE: St. Lawrence E63@3(Ab:Oe`S\QS Arts Center, 76 /`ba1S\bS`%$ Congress St., 1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $15; $12 6=E;C16(#) for seniors, students T]`aS\W]`aabcRS\ba INFO: 7<4=( abZOe`S\QSO`ba]`U

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PORTLAND â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Portland writer Eliza1035-"/%Â&#x2030;1PSUMBOEXSJUFS&MJ[B beth Peavey returns to the stage for an enCFUI1FBWFZSFUVSOTUPUIFTUBHFGPSBOFO core of her one-woman performance "My DPSFPGIFSPOFXPNBOQFSGPSNBODFi.Z Mother's Clothes Are Not My Mother." .PUIFST$MPUIFT"SF/PU.Z.PUIFSw Peavey, an essayist and educator, wrote 1FBWFZ BOFTTBZJTUBOEFEVDBUPS XSPUF the piece after sorting through the belongUIFQJFDFBGUFSTPSUJOHUISPVHIUIFCFMPOH ings of her mother, Shirley, following her JOHTPGIFSNPUIFS 4IJSMFZ GPMMPXJOHIFS death in May 2009. She debuted the piece EFBUIJO.BZ4IFEFCVUFEUIFQJFDF in August, selling out two shows at St. JO"VHVTU TFMMJOHPVUUXPTIPXTBU4U Lawrence Arts Center in Portland. She re-BXSFODF"SUT$FOUFSJO1PSUMBOE4IFSF turns to the St. Lawrence for repeat perUVSOTUPUIF4U-BXSFODFGPSSFQFBUQFS formances at 7 p.m. Sunday and Monday. GPSNBODFTBUQN4VOEBZBOE.POEBZ "This is not a Hallmark special, and I i5IJTJTOPUB)BMMNBSLTQFDJBM BOE* am not portraying my mother as a hero," BNOPUQPSUSBZJOHNZNPUIFSBTBIFSP w Peavey said. "It's honest, funny, difficult 1FBWFZTBJEi*UTIPOFTU GVOOZ EJGmDVMU and poignant." BOEQPJHOBOUw Peavey is reluctant to call "My Mother's 1FBWFZJTSFMVDUBOUUPDBMMi.Z.PUIFST Clothes Are Not My Mother" a play. When $MPUIFT"SF/PU.Z.PUIFSwBQMBZ8IFO she was younger, she fancied herself a TIFXBTZPVOHFS TIFGBODJFEIFSTFMGB playwright, but her playwriting career QMBZXSJHIU CVUIFSQMBZXSJUJOHDBSFFS lasted all of one play. MBTUFEBMMPGPOFQMBZ This is more of a memoir. She performs 5IJTJTNPSFPGBNFNPJS4IFQFSGPSNT it in two acts, with props, talking directly JUJOUXPBDUT XJUIQSPQT UBMLJOHEJSFDUMZ to the audience in the first person. "People UPUIFBVEJFODFJOUIFmSTUQFSTPOi1FPQMF still like to go listen to people talk," she TUJMMMJLFUPHPMJTUFOUPQFPQMFUBML wTIF said. TBJE For Peavey, these performances do not 'PS1FBWFZ UIFTFQFSGPSNBODFTEPOPU represent a cathartic experience; she has SFQSFTFOUBDBUIBSUJDFYQFSJFODFTIFIBT worked through most of her grief. But she XPSLFEUISPVHINPTUPGIFSHSJFG#VUTIF suspects her performance may provide a TVTQFDUTIFSQFSGPSNBODFNBZQSPWJEFB cathartic outlet for people in the audience. DBUIBSUJDPVUMFUGPSQFPQMFJOUIFBVEJFODF Especially among people her age - Peavey &TQFDJBMMZBNPOHQFPQMFIFSBHFo1FBWFZ is 52 - a lot of people are experiencing the JToBMPUPGQFPQMFBSFFYQFSJFODJOHUIF death of a parent or learning to cope with EFBUIPGBQBSFOUPSMFBSOJOHUPDPQFXJUI loss. MPTT Her writing process began when she Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 )FSXSJUJOHQSPDFTTCFHBOXIFOTIF AbOTTE`WbS`0]P9SgSaQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#% tucked herself away in Bethel for two or at: UVDLFEIFSTFMGBXBZJO#FUIFMGPSUXP ]`Ob( weeks. She unloaded all of her emotions, bkeyes@pressherald. com XFFLT4IFVOMPBEFEBMMPGIFSFNPUJPOT  PYSgSa.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ and then distilled them into a format that Twitter: pphbkeyes BOEUIFOEJTUJMMFEUIFNJOUPBGPSNBUUIBU BeWbbS`(^^VPYSgSa

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PM&RIDAY4HROUGH.OV Maine Historical Society, Portland: "Having -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLANDh(AVING Emilia Carbone, Marjorie Strauss and Hannah %MILIA#ARBONE -ARJORIE3TRAUSSAND(ANNAH in Paris a Great Success," French fashion from IN0ARISA'REAT3UCCESS v&RENCHFASHIONFROM Nelsbach, plus 16 other artists, Art Space Gallery, .ELSBACH PLUSOTHERARTISTS !RT3PACE'ALLERY 1928 to 1936, through Dec. 31; "Dressing Up, TO THROUGH$ECh$RESSING5P Rockland. Reception, 5 to 8 2OCKLANDARTSPACEMAINECOM2ECEPTION TO Standing Out, Fitting In: Adornment & Identity in 3TANDING/UT &ITTING)N!DORNMENT)DENTITYIN p.m. Friday. Through Nov. 3. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH.OV Maine," artifacts reveal the way Mainers dressed -AINE vARTIFACTSREVEALTHEWAY-AINERSDRESSED "dinamik simetre," group exhibition, 3Fish hDINAMIKSIMETRE vGROUPEXHIBITION &ISH from the 18th to 20th centuries, through May 27. FROMTHETHTOTHCENTURIES THROUGH-AY Gallery, Portland. 773-4773. Reception, 5 to 10 'ALLERY 0ORTLAND 2ECEPTION TO MAINEHISTORYORG p.m. Friday. PM&RIDAY Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay: #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY Jan Piribek, "(EN)CODED LANDSCAPES: *AN0IRIBEK h%. #/$%$,!.$3#!0%3 "The Stone Coast," sculptures by multiple artists, h4HE3TONE#OAST vSCULPTURESBYMULTIPLEARTISTS Walking-in-Timespace," Mayo Street Arts, 7ALKING IN 4IMESPACE v-AYO3TREET!RTS and "Maine Fiberarts Showcase," both through ANDh-AINE&IBERARTS3HOWCASE vBOTHTHROUGH Portland, Reception, 5 to 8 0ORTLANDMAYOSTREETARTSORG2ECEPTION TO Monday. 633-4333. -ONDAY  p.m. Friday. Through Oct. 26. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH/CT Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICK New Works, by painters American Martin and .EW7ORKS BYPAINTERS!MERICAN-ARTINAND "Edward Hopper's Maine," paintings of Maine h%DWARD(OPPERS-AINE vPAINTINGSOF-AINE Dianne Schelble, Carver Hill Gallery, Rockland. $IANNE3CHELBLE #ARVER(ILL'ALLERY 2OCKLAND scenes, through Oct. 16; "Along theYangzi River: SCENES THROUGH/CTh!LONGTHE9ANGZI2IVER 594-7745. Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.  2ECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY Regional Culture of the Bronze Age from Hunan," 2EGIONAL#ULTUREOFTHE"RONZE!GEFROM(UNAN v "Time Immortal," recent and retro works by h4IME)MMORTAL vRECENTANDRETROWORKSBY 60 bronze vessels and monumental bells cast in BRONZEVESSELSANDMONUMENTALBELLSCASTIN Virginia Valdes, Frost Farm Gallery, Norway. 7436IRGINIA6ALDES &ROST&ARM'ALLERY .ORWAY southern China between 1300 B.C.E. and 221 SOUTHERN#HINABETWEEN"#%AND 8041. Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through 2ECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH B.C.E., through Jan. 8. "#% THROUGH*ANBOWDOINEDU Oct. 29. /CT Bowdoin College (Peary-MacMillan Arctic "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0EARY -AC-ILLAN!RCTIC "Good Design is Good Business: The Elements of h'OOD$ESIGNIS'OOD"USINESS4HE%LEMENTSOF Museum), Brunswick: "Imagination Takes Shape: -USEUM "RUNSWICKh)MAGINATION4AKES3HAPE Branding," showcase of recent branding work by "RANDING vSHOWCASEOFRECENTBRANDINGWORKBY Canadian Inuit Art from the Robert and Judith #ANADIAN)NUIT!RTFROMTHE2OBERTAND*UDITH Maine graphic designers, Portland Public Library -AINEGRAPHICDESIGNERS 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY Toll Collection," through Dec. 6. 4OLL#OLLECTION vTHROUGH$ECBOWDOINEDU (Lewis Gallery), 5 to 8 p.m. ,EWIS'ALLERY MAINEAIGAORGTOPM arcticmuseum. ARCTICMUSEUM Friday. Through Nov. 28. &RIDAY4HROUGH.OV Maine Maritime Museum, Bath: "ALOFT! Topsails -AINE-ARITIME-USEUM "ATHh!,/&44OPSAILS "Celebrating Ten Years of Art and Life in h#ELEBRATING4EN9EARSOF!RTAND,IFEIN to Turbines," use of wind power through the ages, TO4URBINES vUSEOFWINDPOWERTHROUGHTHEAGES Yarmouth," Yarmouth Frame Shop and Gallery. 9ARMOUTH v9ARMOUTH&RAME3HOPAND'ALLERY through Nov. 27. THROUGH.OVMAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG 846-7777. Reception, 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday.  2ECEPTION TOPM3ATURDAY Saco Museum: "Drawn from the River: Drawings 3ACO-USEUMh$RAWNFROMTHE2IVER$RAWINGS Harold Garde: "Still Life," paintings, Courthouse (AROLD'ARDEh3TILL,IFE vPAINTINGS #OURTHOUSE by Artists of the Saco River Valley"; Christy BY!RTISTSOFTHE3ACO2IVER6ALLEYv#HRISTY Gallery Fine Art, Ellsworth. 667-6611. Artist's talk, 'ALLERY&INE!RT %LLSWORTH !RTISTSTALK Bergland: "Late Seasons of Great Pond"; and "ERGLANDh,ATE3EASONSOF'REAT0ONDvAND 4 to 5 p.m.; reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. TOPMRECEPTION TOPM7EDNESDAY "Two Hundred Years of the Academy: Thornton h4WO(UNDRED9EARSOFTHE!CADEMY4HORNTON Through Oct. 16. 4HROUGH/CT Academy Bicentennial Exhibition," documents, !CADEMY"ICENTENNIAL%XHIBITION vDOCUMENTS artifacts and photos; all through Nov. 13. dyer ARTIFACTSANDPHOTOSALLTHROUGH.OVDYER CONTINUING #/.4).5).' LIBRARYSACOMUSEUMORG Aucocisco Galleries, Portland: Terry Hilt, Susan !UCOCISCO'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND4ERRY(ILT 3USAN Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland: "Paul &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLANDh0AUL Shatter and Andrea Sulzer, multimedia, through 3HATTERAND!NDREA3ULZER MULTIMEDIA THROUGH Caponigro: The Hidden Presence of Places," #APONIGRO4HE(IDDEN0RESENCEOF0LACES v Saturday. 775-2222. 3ATURDAY  photographs, through Sunday; "Andrew Wyeth, PHOTOGRAPHS THROUGH3UNDAYh!NDREW7YETH Maine College of Art (Institute of Contemporary -AINE#OLLEGEOF!RT)NSTITUTEOF#ONTEMPORARY Christina's World and the Olson House," through #HRISTINAS7ORLDANDTHE/LSON(OUSE vTHROUGH Art), Portland: "Rally," juried exhibition of artists !RT 0ORTLANDh2ALLY vJURIEDEXHIBITIONOFARTISTS Oct. 30; "Jason Larkin: Past Perfect," 2011 Arnold /CTh*ASON,ARKIN0AST0ERFECT v!RNOLD who explore identity, memory and erasure, WHOEXPLOREIDENTITY MEMORYANDERASURE Newman Prize winner exhibition, through Nov. .EWMAN0RIZEWINNEREXHIBITION THROUGH.OV through Sunday, THROUGH3UNDAYMECAEDU 27; "Beyond Rugs!", rug-hooking textile art, h"EYOND2UGSv RUG HOOKINGTEXTILEART June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA, Portland: *UNE&ITZPATRICK'ALLERYAT-%#! 0ORTLAND through Feb. 5. 596-6457. THROUGH&EB  "Drawing the Line #8," drawings, through Oct. h$RAWINGTHE,INE vDRAWINGS THROUGH/CT Bates College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston: "ATES#OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTON "Tale Spinning," narrative art, through Dec. 17. h4ALE3PINNING vNARRATIVEART THROUGH$EC Please see ART, PageE25 Gc\Xj\j\\/@BGX^\<),

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ST. JOE'S COFFEE JK%AF<Ã&#x2039;J:F==<< WHERE: 'AQV]]ZAb5]`VO[ 29 School St., Gorham E63@3( HOURS: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday 6=C@A(%O[b]#^[BcSaROg to Friday; 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. b]4`WROg)%O[b]!^[ Saturday; 7 a.m. to 2^[Ac\ROg p.m. Sunday AObc`ROg)%O[b] CHEAPEST GRUB: Grilled Cheese 163/>3AB5@C0(5`WZZSR1VSSaS on Aunt Ida's Homemade White ]\/c\b7RO¸a6][S[ORSEVWbS Bread, served with chips $4.95 0`SORaS`dSReWbVQVW^a"'# WAIT: 10 minutes E/7B([W\cbSa PARKING: On street >/@97<5(=\ab`SSb HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes 6/<271/>>32/113AA70:3(GSa RATING: **** @/B7<5(((((

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ness and presentation. OFTTBOEQSFTFOUBUJPO I'll be hard-pressed (pun intended) *MMCFIBSEQSFTTFE QVOJOUFOEFE  to stray from the pressed sandwich UPTUSBZGSPNUIFQSFTTFETBOEXJDI options, but if they are any indicaPQUJPOT CVUJGUIFZBSFBOZJOEJDB tion of the rest of St. Joe's fare, then UJPOPGUIFSFTUPG4U+PFTGBSF UIFO sure, bring it on. The grilled cheese TVSF CSJOHJUPO5IFHSJMMFEDIFFTF is $4.95; wraps (crispy chicken, greek JTXSBQT DSJTQZDIJDLFO HSFFL chicken, chef's Caesar and garlic DIJDLFO DIFG T$BFTBSBOEHBSMJD hummus) are $6 and $6.25; burger IVNNVT BSFBOECVSHFS baskets (too many to list) served CBTLFUT UPPNBOZUPMJTU TFSWFE with fries or chips range from $5.25 XJUIGSJFTPSDIJQTSBOHFGSPN to $5.95; and the salads (usual susUPBOEUIFTBMBET VTVBMTVT pects as well as a taco one and the QFDUTBTXFMMBTBUBDPPOFBOEUIF "Thai Awesome) range from $4.95 to i5IBJ"XFTPNF SBOHFGSPNUP $6.75. St. Joe's also has a tantalizing 4U+PFTBMTPIBTBUBOUBMJ[JOH breakfast menu. CSFBLGBTUNFOV Here's the story of the name: On )FSFTUIFTUPSZPGUIFOBNF0O March 19, the Feast of St. Joseph .BSDI UIF'FBTUPG4U+PTFQI (patron saint of workers), zeppolas QBUSPOTBJOUPGXPSLFST [FQQPMBT are eaten by the dozens. Zeppolas, BSFFBUFOCZUIFEP[FOT;FQQPMBT  or "bennies," are 2-inch, deep-fried PSiCFOOJFT wBSFJODI EFFQGSJFE dough balls covered with powered EPVHICBMMTDPWFSFEXJUIQPXFSFE sugar. At St. Joe's, they are four for TVHBS"U4U+PFT UIFZBSFGPVSGPS $1.95 and topped with chocolate, BOEUPQQFEXJUIDIPDPMBUF  blueberry or maple-cinnamon sauce. CMVFCFSSZPSNBQMFDJOOBNPOTBVDF Count me in. $PVOUNFJO The Features staff of the Portland Press BVS4SObc`SaabOTT]TbVS>]`bZO\R>`Saa Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram anonymously 6S`OZR;OW\SAc\ROgBSZSU`O[O\]\g[]caZg samples meals for about $7. aO[^ZSa[SOZaT]`OP]cb%


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WHERE: 45 Wharf St., Portland; E63@3("#EVO`TAb>]`bZO\R) (877) 653-7678; &%%$#!%$%&)T]`bWTS[Q][ HOURS: 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. daily 6=C@A("^[b]O[ROWZg PARKING: The lounge is located on >/@97<5(BVSZ]c\USWaZ]QObSR]\ Wharf Street in the center of the EVO`TAb`SSbW\bVSQS\bS`]TbVS Old Port, so parking is available =ZR>]`ba]^O`YW\UWaOdOWZOPZS either at metered spaces on nearby SWbVS`Ob[SbS`SRa^OQSa]\\SO`Pg streets or at one of the public lots or ab`SSba]`Ob]\S]TbVS^cPZWQZ]ba]` garages. (Ladies, be careful on those UO`OUSa:ORWSaPSQO`STcZ]\bV]aS cobblestones!) Q]PPZSab]\Sa SPECIALS: Happy hour Monday A>317/:A(6O^^gV]c`;]\ROg through Friday from 4 to 6 p.m. bV`]cUV4`WROgT`]["b]$^[ offers half-off appetizers, martinis ]TTS`aVOZT]TTO^^SbWhS`a[O`bW\Wa and beer. O\RPSS` PEOPLE WATCHING: In the early >3=>:3E/B167<5(7\bVSSO`Zg evenings, you'll find young SdS\W\Uag]c¸ZZ¿\Rg]c\U professionals looking for an upscale ^`]TSaaW]\OZaZ]]YW\UT]`O\c^aQOZS place to relax after work. Things are ^ZOQSb]`SZOfOTbS`e]`YBVW\UaO`S turned up about five notches on the bc`\SRc^OP]cb¿dS\]bQVSa]\bVS weekend with a DJ, a professional eSSYS\ReWbVO28O^`]TSaaW]\OZ scene photographer and a dress aQS\S^V]b]U`O^VS`O\ROR`Saa code. Q]RS BARSTOOL COMFORT: Very tall, thick 0/@AB==:1=;4=@B(DS`gbOZZbVWQY wooden ladder-back stools with e]]RS\ZORRS`POQYab]]ZaeWbV cushioned leather seats. If you are QcaVW]\SRZSObVS`aSOba7Tg]cO`S 5-foot-5 or under, you may have to #T]]b#]`c\RS`g]c[OgVOdSb] jump a bit to get into one. Xc[^OPWbb]USbW\b]]\S GUILTY PLEASURE: Chocolate Dipped 5C7:BG>:3/AC@3(1V]Q]ZObS2W^^SR Strawberry Martini (Pinnacle Ab`OePS``g;O`bW\W>W\\OQZS Whipped Vodka, Godiva and EVW^^SRD]RYO5]RWdOO\R strawberry puree, $12) ab`OePS``g^c`SS John Patriquin/Staff Photographer 8]V\>Ob`W_cW\AbOTT>V]b]U`O^VS`

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mixed drinks to inspire a fun night out NJYFEESJOLTUPJOTQJSFBGVOOJHIUPVU on the town. One of the most popular, POUIFUPXO0OFPGUIFNPTUQPQVMBS  an Orange Kiss made with Grey Goose BO0SBOHF,JTTNBEFXJUI(SFZ(PPTF Orange and creme de cacao ($12), is 0SBOHFBOEDSÂźNFEFDBDBP  JT ordered practically every 10 minutes on PSEFSFEQSBDUJDBMMZFWFSZNJOVUFTPO Friday and Saturday nights. If you're 'SJEBZBOE4BUVSEBZOJHIUT*GZPVSF looking for less expensive drinks, you MPPLJOHGPSMFTTFYQFOTJWFESJOLT ZPV can always visit on Monday or Tuesday DBOBMXBZTWJTJUPO.POEBZPS5VFTEBZ nights, when martinis are $6. You can OJHIUT XIFONBSUJOJTBSF:PVDBO also order most of the liquors neat or on BMTPPSEFSNPTUPGUIFMJRVPSTOFBUPSPO the rocks for less than $10. UIFSPDLTGPSMFTTUIBO Beer is served only by the bottle. #FFSJTTFSWFEPOMZCZUIFCPUUMF

local artisans painting, throwing clay LOCALARTISANSPAINTING THROWINGCLAY and displaying pottery, photography ANDDISPLAYINGPOTTERY PHOTOGRAPHY and fiber, Sundays through Oct. 30. ANDlBER 3UNDAYSTHROUGH/CT 846-7967. Continued from Page E22   :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 317 Main Street Community Music -AIN3TREET#OMMUNITY-USIC Center, Yarmouth: Anne Ritchie, 27. 699-5083. #ENTER 9ARMOUTH!NNE2ITCHIE   Rose Contemporary, Portland: photographs on canvas and in print, PHOTOGRAPHSONCANVASANDINPRINT 2OSE#ONTEMPORARY 0ORTLAND "Intimate Abstraction," work by nine through Nov. 11. THROUGH.OVMAINSTORG h)NTIMATE!BSTRACTION vWORKBYNINE Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport: artists who explore the fundamentals 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORT ARTISTSWHOEXPLORETHEFUNDAMENTALS of image making on a smaller scale, "Celebrate Women Artists in Maine," h#ELEBRATE7OMEN!RTISTSIN-AINE v OFIMAGEMAKINGONASMALLERSCALE through Oct. 29. 780-0700. group show of 20 artists, through Dec. GROUPSHOWOFARTISTS THROUGH$EC THROUGH/CT  Grapheteria Gallery, Portland: Sicilian   31.865-4519. 'RAPHETERIA'ALLERY 0ORTLAND3ICILIAN Bayview Gallery, Brunswick: Charles photography exhibit, through Oct. 31. "AYVIEW'ALLERY "RUNSWICK#HARLES PHOTOGRAPHYEXHIBIT THROUGH/CT 772-3709. Movalli, paintings, through Saturday. -OVALLI PAINTINGS THROUGH3ATURDAY   Richard Boyd Gallery, Peaks Island: 729-5500.   2ICHARD"OYD'ALLERY 0EAKS)SLAND Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick: "Diversity," multi-artist show, through )CON#ONTEMPORARY!RT "RUNSWICK h$IVERSITY vMULTI ARTISTSHOW THROUGH Oct. 30. 712-1097. Don Voisine, paintings, through Oct. $ON6OISINE PAINTINGS THROUGH/CT /CT  15.725-8157. University of Southern Maine Art   5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!RT Gallery, Gorham: "Engaging Insects: Summer Island Studio - Gallery of 3UMMER)SLAND3TUDIOn'ALLERYOF 'ALLERY 'ORHAMh%NGAGING)NSECTS Fine Artisans, Brunswick: "Totems Artists and Scientists," work of nine &INE!RTISANS "RUNSWICKh4OTEMS !RTISTSAND3CIENTISTS vWORKOFNINE artists and scientists, through Nov. 10. OF,ANDAND3EA vWATERCOLORIST of Land and Sea," watercolorist ARTISTSANDSCIENTISTS THROUGH.OV and Asian brush painter Jean Kigel, 780-5008. AND!SIANBRUSHPAINTER*EAN+IGEL   Village Green Park, Yarmouth: through Oct. 31.373-1810. THROUGH/CT  6ILLAGE'REEN0ARK 9ARMOUTH Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks, Artisans Collective Art in the Park, 7HATNOT'ALLERY 3PINDLEWORKS !RTISANS#OLLECTIVE!RTINTHE0ARK

The selection is good, with domestic 5IFTFMFDUJPOJTHPPE XJUIEPNFTUJD darlings such as Michelob Ultra and EBSMJOHTTVDIBT.JDIFMPC6MUSBBOE Sam Adams Lager and local favorites 4BN"EBNT-BHFSBOEMPDBMGBWPSJUFT including Allagash White and Shipyard JODMVEJOH"MMBHBTI8IJUFBOE4IJQZBSE Export. With the exception of Bud Light &YQPSU8JUIUIFFYDFQUJPOPG#VE-JHIU ($4), all bottled beer is $4.50.  BMMCPUUMFECFFSJT FortiFem also has a great wine list. 'PSUJ'FNBMTPIBTBHSFBUXJOFMJTU Featuring 10 whites and about a dozen 'FBUVSJOHXIJUFTBOEBCPVUBEP[FO reds, wines are available both by the SFET XJOFTBSFBWBJMBCMFCPUICZUIF glass ($6 to $8) and bottle ($22 to $59). HMBTT UP BOECPUUMF UP  There are a handful of sparkling wines 5IFSFBSFBIBOEGVMPGTQBSLMJOHXJOFT as well. Celebrate a special occasion BTXFMM$FMFCSBUFBTQFDJBMPDDBTJPO

Brunswick: "PictureThis," pho"RUNSWICKh0ICTURE4HIS vPHO tography exhibit, through Oct. 31. TOGRAPHYEXHIBIT THROUGH/CT 725-8820.   Markings Gallery, Bath: "A Color-ARKINGS'ALLERY "ATHh!#OLOR ful Palette," Annette Kearney, Heidi FUL0ALETTE v!NNETTE+EARNEY (EIDI Daub, Ann Sklar, Natasha Kempers$AUB !NN3KLAR .ATASHA+EMPERS Cullen and others; and "Delicious #ULLENANDOTHERSANDh$ELICIOUS Wool, Local Color," Maine artist 7OOL ,OCAL#OLOR v-AINEARTIST and farmer Nanne Kennedy's yarns ANDFARMER.ANNE+ENNEDYSYARNS and blankets, both through Oct. 31. ANDBLANKETS BOTHTHROUGH/CT MARKINGSGALLERYCOM Gold/Smith Gallery, Boothbay 'OLD3MITH'ALLERY "OOTHBAY Harbor: "The Working Waterfront and (ARBORh4HE7ORKING7ATERFRONTAND Other Fancies," new work in colored /THER&ANCIES vNEWWORKINCOLORED pencil by John Wissemann, through PENCILBY*OHN7ISSEMANN THROUGH Oct. 26. 633-6252. /CT  Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor: 'LEASON&INE!RT "OOTHBAY(ARBOR John Sidell: "The Sum of the Parts" *OHN3IDELLh4HE3UMOFTHE0ARTSv and Brad Betts, Philip Frey, Loretta AND"RAD"ETTS 0HILIP&REY ,ORETTA Krupinski and John Neville: "Down to +RUPINSKIAND*OHN.EVILLEh$OWNTO the Sea in Ships!", both through Oct. THE3EAIN3HIPSv BOTHTHROUGH/CT 29. 633-6849.   Boothbay Region Art Foundation "OOTHBAY2EGION!RT&OUNDATION Gallery, Boothbay Harbor: "ArtinMe," 'ALLERY "OOTHBAY(ARBORh!RTIN-E v

with a glass of Prosecco ($8) or a bottle XJUIBHMBTTPG1SPTFDDP  PSBCPUUMF PG.PFU   ofMoet($149). Food is an essential piece of the happy 'PPEJTBOFTTFOUJBMQJFDFPGUIFIBQQZ hour puzzle, and FortiFem offers most IPVSQV[[MF BOE'PSUJ'FNPGGFSTNPTU of its appetizers for half off from 4 to 6 PGJUTBQQFUJ[FSTGPSIBMGPGGGSPNUP p.m. Monday through Friday. QN.POEBZUISPVHI'SJEBZ Try the Sandwich Spirals ($11.95), 5SZUIF4BOEXJDI4QJSBMT   which offer cured turkey, ham and XIJDIPGGFSDVSFEUVSLFZ IBNBOE Swiss; genoa salami and jack cheese; or TXJTTHFOPBTBMBNJBOEKBDLDIFFTFPS turkey, bacon and ranch on flatbread, UVSLFZ CBDPOBOESBODIPOnBUCSFBE  rolled and sliced into bite-sized postSPMMFEBOETMJDFEJOUPCJUFTJ[FEQPTU workday deliciousness. XPSLEBZEFMJDJPVTOFTT Elisa Doucette is a freelance writer who lives in 3ZWaO2]cQSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Saco. AOQ]

statewide juried art show featuring STATEWIDEJURIEDARTSHOWFEATURING Maine artists, through Nov. 19. -AINEARTISTS THROUGH.OV 633-2703.   York Art Association, York Harbor: 9ORK!RT!SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBOR "Observations," photography show, h/BSERVATIONS vPHOTOGRAPHYSHOW through Oct. 30. 363-4049. THROUGH/CT  Pasco Center of Kennebunkport 0ASCO#ENTEROF+ENNEBUNKPORT Historical Society, Kennebunkport: (ISTORICAL3OCIETY +ENNEBUNKPORT "High Seas and a Safe Harbor: h(IGH3EASANDA3AFE(ARBOR Kennebunkport's Age of Sail," +ENNEBUNKPORTS!GEOF3AIL v maritime exhibition, through Friday. MARITIMEEXHIBITION THROUGH&RIDAY 967-2751.   River Tree Arts, Kennebunk: "Retro2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNKh2ETRO spective," selected works by the late SPECTIVE vSELECTEDWORKSBYTHELATE John Schoepfle, through Oct. 31. *OHN3CHOEPmE THROUGH/CT 967-9120.   Abbie Williams Studio, Damariscotta: !BBIE7ILLIAMS3TUDIO $AMARISCOTTA "Foggy Days in Maine," paintings by h&OGGY$AYSIN-AINE vPAINTINGSBY Abbie Williams, through Saturday. !BBIE7ILLIAMS THROUGH3ATURDAY 563-7568.   The Bakery, Damariscotta: Paintings 4HE"AKERY $AMARISCOTTA0AINTINGS by Lea Peterson, through Nov. 30. BY,EA0ETERSON THROUGH.OV 563-2867.   Damariscotta River Grill: "Art at the $AMARISCOTTA2IVER'RILLh!RTATTHE

Grill," work by Ed Botkin, George 'RILL vWORKBY%D"OTKIN 'EORGE Wardwell and Kathleen Thornton, 7ARDWELLAND+ATHLEEN4HORNTON through Oct. 31. damariscottariver THROUGH/CTDAMARISCOTTARIVER GRILLCOM Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle: Group exhi4URTLE'ALLERY $EER)SLE'ROUPEXHI bition, prints and paintings, through BITION PRINTSANDPAINTINGS THROUGH Oct. 15. /CTTURTLEGALLERYCOM Messier Gallery, Rockport: "Regenera-ESSLER'ALLERY 2OCKPORTh2EGENERA tion: Fine Woodworkers Under 30," TION&INE7OODWORKERS5NDER v national juried exhibition, through NATIONALJURIEDEXHIBITION THROUGH Nov. 22. 594-5611. .OV  YvetteTorres Fine Art, Rockland: Kim 9VETTE4ORRES&INE!RT 2OCKLAND+IM Bernard: "Pendulum Series," encaus"ERNARDh0ENDULUM3ERIES vENCAUS tics, through Oct. 30. (888) 777-1077. TICS THROUGH/CT   CRAFT Gallery, Rockland: "Wearable, #2!&4'ALLERY 2OCKLANDh7EARABLE Functional, Beautiful," contemporary &UNCTIONAL "EAUTIFUL vCONTEMPORARY graphic design and form, through GRAPHICDESIGNANDFORM THROUGH Nov. 27. 594-0167. .OV  Archipelago, Rockland: "CRAFTS of !RCHIPELAGO 2OCKLANDh#2!&43OF the Land and Sea," tine-craft exhibiTHE,ANDAND3EA vlNE CRAFTEXHIBI tion of recent work by eight Maine TIONOFRECENTWORKBYEIGHT-AINE artisans, through Oct. 21. 596-0701. ARTISANS THROUGH/CT 

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CFFS"OE*EJE TUPQQFECZUIF-BLFT3FHJPO stopped by the Lakes Region beer. And I did. Brew Fest in Casco on Sept. 24 +VTUHFUUJOHBDBTLDPOEJ #SFX'FTUJO$BTDPPO4FQU Just getting a cask-condion the way to some fishing in UJPOFE0ME5IVNQFSXPVME POUIFXBZUPTPNFmTIJOHJO tioned Old Thumper would the Bethel area, and got to taste CFHSFBU XJUIUIFNJMEFS UIF#FUIFMBSFB BOEHPUUPUBTUF be great, with the milder some pretty unusual offerings. OBUVSBMGFSNFOUBUJPO CVUUIF TPNFQSFUUZVOVTVBMPGGFSJOHT natural fermentation, but the The highlight of the festival for SVNTPBLFEPBLBEEFEBCJUPG 5IFIJHIMJHIUPGUIFGFTUJWBMGPS rum-soaked oak added a bit of me was the cask-conditioned sweetness and complexity to TXFFUOFTTBOEDPNQMFYJUZUP NFXBTUIFDBTLDPOEJUJPOFE Rum-Soaked-Oak Old Thumper the flavor. UIFnBWPS 3VN4PBLFE0BL0ME5IVNQFS T s s a being served by Federal Jack's 5IJTJTBTQFDJBMUZPGGFSJOH  CFJOHTFSWFECZ'FEFSBM+BDLT Tflfll AtWPlI ^ * specialty offering, in Lower Village, Kennebunk, BOE*EPOUFWFOLOPXJGUIFSF JO-PXFS7JMMBHF ,FOOFCVOL  IVIIII m n - c i i a n d â&#x20AC;&#x201D; don,t e y e n k n o w ift h e r e the birthplace of Shipyard UIFCJSUIQMBDFPG4IJQZBSE isan left butitstniskindof WhdtAIGSYOU JTBOZMFGU CVUJUTUIJTLJOEPG y ' Brewing Co. DSFBUJWJUZUIBUNBLFTJUBHPPE #SFXJOH$P creativity that makes it a good Mike Haley, head brewer at JEFBUPTUPQJOBU'FEFSBM+BDLT .JLF)BMFZ IFBECSFXFSBU idea to stop in at Federal Jack's Federal Jack's, said the offering was XIFOFWFSZPVBSFJOUIFOFJHICPSIPPE 'FEFSBM+BDLT TBJEUIFPGGFSJOHXBT you are in the neighborhood. brewed like typical Old Thumper but aged whenever "OPUIFSGBWPSJUFPGUIFEBZXBT-BVHI CSFXFEMJLFUZQJDBM0ME5IVNQFSCVUBHFE Another favorite of the day was Laughwith an 8-inch spiral of rum-soaked oak JOH-PPO-BHFSGSPN0BL1POE#SFXJOH XJUIBOJODITQJSBMPGSVNTPBLFEPBL ing Loon Lager from Oak Pond Brewing inserted into the beer, aiming to replicate $PJO4LPXIFHBO*EPOUHFUVQUP4LPX JOTFSUFEJOUPUIFCFFS BJNJOHUPSFQMJDBUF Co. in Skowhegan. I don't get up to Skowa used rum cask for fermenting. IFHBOBMMUIBUPGUFO BOEUIFZEPOUPGUFO BVTFESVNDBTLGPSGFSNFOUJOH hegan all that often, and they don't often Now, Old Thumper is my favorite TIJQUIFJSCFFSUPTPVUIFSO.BJOF /PX 0ME5IVNQFSJTNZGBWPSJUF ship their beer to southern Maine. Shipyard beer, and last winter, I spent a 5IJTJTBEBSLMBHFSXJUIBTPGUBOE 4IJQZBSECFFS BOEMBTUXJOUFS *TQFOUB This is a dark lager with a soft and day with Haley brewing a batch of Old DSFBNZNPVUIGFFM BMPUPGDBSBNFMnBWPS EBZXJUI)BMFZCSFXJOHBCBUDIPG0ME creamy mouthfeel, a lot of caramel flavor Thumper. So I was inclined to like this BOEKVTUBCJUPGIPQQJOFTT*UTBOPUIFS 5IVNQFS4P*XBTJODMJOFEUPMJLFUIJT

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215 Saco Ave, Old Orchard Beach 207-934-7499

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Fri, Oct. 7 • 3pm-1am • Sat, Oct. 8 • noon-1am A Celebration of Beer & Food Live Music Day & Night German “OOMPAH” Band & U2 Tribute “Joshua Tree”

Special Events Big Tent with German Beer Girls, Bratwurst Eating Challenge, Stein Hosting and More!

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Final Days!

Last Day October 10

listings ET CETERA n BENEFITS Yogathon, benefits MaineShare, Maine Mall, South Portland. $8 per hour. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Signature Chefs Auction for March of Dimes, sample food from local restaurants and supermarkets; live and silent auction items include unique dinners, hotel stays and weekend getaways; DiMillo’s Floating Restaurant, Portland. $40 to $50. 5:30 p.m. Wednesday. Fashionable Giving for Life Fashion Show, benefit for Family Crisis Services, Avant Dance & Event Center, Westbrook. $10 in advance; $20 at the door. 329-6318. 5:30 to 9 p.m. Oct. 13.

n FAIRS/FESTIVALS Fryeburg Fair, Maine’s largest agricultural fair with harness racing, nightly entertainment, a midway and exhibits, Fryeburg Fairgrounds. $10; free for children under 12. Various times today to Sunday. Damariscotta Pumpkinfest & Regatta, with pumpkin boat racing, pumpkin catapulting, a giant pumpkin parade and more; various locations, Damariscotta. Most events are free. Various times today to Monday; schedule at Fling into Fall, parade, fireworks, concerts, a car show, dancing and more; various locations, Searsport. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Farmington Apple Festival, apple pressing, crafters, apple/fall novelties, food sale, luncheon, apples for sale and more; Fairbanks School Neighborhood Association, Farmington. 7783808. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Autumnfest, craft show, music, scarecrow making, a scavenger hunt and more, various locations, Bath. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Fall Foliage Craft Fair, variety of crafts, children’s activities, entertainment and exhibits, Boothbay Railway Village, Boothbay. Saturday and Sunday. Fall Festival, bulb sale, indie crafts, apple bobbing, coffee sack races, music and more, Seed & Bean, Kennebunk. 636-7555. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.


John Marin

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

Modernism at Midcentury Through October 10

Seven Congress Square



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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.

TODAY National Theater in London Live: “The Kitchen,” screening of play set in 1950s London, Fryeburg Academy (Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center). $15 to $18; $10 for students. 935-9232. Live at 2 p.m.; rebroadcast at 7 p.m. National Theater in London Live: “The Kitchen,” Strand Theatre, Rockland. $23; $15 for students. Live at 2 p.m.; rebroadcast at 7 p.m. National Theater in London Live: “The Kitchen,” Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. $15. 563-3424. 7 p.m. Tate House Museum Architecture Tours, 90minute tours, Tate House Museum, Portland. $3 to $8. 774-6177. 10 and 11:30 a.m.; 1 and 2:30 p.m. FRIDAY Second Annual Harvest Revue, with storyteller Van Reid, folk music duo Castlebay and traditional music by The Pollywogs, Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta. $12; $5 for children. 5633424. 7 p.m.

Courtesy Fryeburg Fair

The Fryeburg Fair continues through Sunday with a wide variety of agricultural competitions, harness racing, a midway and nightly entertainment. SATURDAY Portland Fire Museum Open House, fire horses return to the stalls, antique fire trucks display and firefighting films; part of Spring Street will be closed to traffic; Portland Fire Museum. $5. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Cladah Mhor Pipe Band at 11 a.m. Apple Saturdays, cider pressing (bring your own apples or purchase at the village), Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village, New Gloucester. Free. 9264597. 10 a.m. Lighthouse Tours, wear good shoes; must be more than 55 inches tall; canceled in case of rain or fog; Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse, South Portland. $5; free for children under 14. 6992676. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Third Annual Pie Baking Contest, Bath City Park. 443-8330. Judging begins at 11 a.m. Carfest Classic Car Show, Ball Field, York Beach. $5 per car. 603-332-0253. 9 to 11 a.m. Foreign Auto Festival Show, featuring Volkswagens, Owls Head Transportation Museum. $12; free for ages 18 and under. 9:30 a.m. (gates) Saturday and Sunday. Free Ice Skating, with Salty Pete, Crackers and Portland Pirates past and present, Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland. Free. 775-3458. 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. SUNDAY “Longfellow and Bull: The Virtuoso and the Poet,” lecture and concert, Hiram Historical Society. Free. 625-4762. 2:30 p.m. Antiques Show and Sale, Medomak Valley Land Trust’s annual event with 60 dealers, Medomak Valley High School, Waldoboro. $5. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. TUESDAY “The Phantom of the Opera,” screening of 25th anniversary theater performance from Royal Albert Hall, Brunswick 10. $18 to $22. 7:30 p.m. Port Veritas Spoken Word Night, poet John Survivor Blake and poetry slam competition, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. $3, $5. 7 p.m.

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effects out of view from the audience. If FGGFDUTPVUPGWJFXGSPNUIFBVEJFODF*G Mad Horse did not have access to this .BE)PSTFEJEOPUIBWFBDDFTTUPUIJT space, it might not have chosen this play, TQBDF JUNJHIUOPUIBWFDIPTFOUIJTQMBZ  she added. TIFBEEFE Written by Martin McDonagh, "The 8SJUUFOCZ.BSUJO.D%POBHI i5IF Lieutenant of Inishmore" falls into -JFVUFOBOUPG*OJTINPSFwGBMMTJOUP the category of dark comedy. Marshall UIFDBUFHPSZPGEBSLDPNFEZ.BSTIBMM describes it as a "muscular, high-octane EFTDSJCFTJUBTBiNVTDVMBS IJHIPDUBOF show packed with gorgeous gore, amazTIPXQBDLFEXJUIHPSHFPVTHPSF BNB[ ing special effects and a battered, beautiJOHTQFDJBMFGGFDUTBOEBCBUUFSFE CFBVUJ ful heart." GVMIFBSUw The partnership between Mad Horse 5IFQBSUOFSTIJQCFUXFFO.BE)PSTF and Lucid Stage represents the kind of BOE-VDJE4UBHFSFQSFTFOUTUIFLJOEPG relationship that benefits both organiSFMBUJPOTIJQUIBUCFOFmUTCPUIPSHBOJ zations, Gutgsell said. In discussions [BUJPOT (VUHTFMMTBJE*OEJTDVTTJPOT with its board of directors, Gutgsell and XJUIJUTCPBSEPGEJSFDUPST (VUHTFMMBOE McMahon have pitched Lucid Stage as a .D.BIPOIBWFQJUDIFE-VDJE4UBHFBTB collaborating organization. DPMMBCPSBUJOHPSHBOJ[BUJPO Lucid produces some of its own mate-VDJEQSPEVDFTTPNFPGJUTPXONBUF rial, including comedy and theater, but it SJBM JODMVEJOHDPNFEZBOEUIFBUFS CVUJU has branded itself as a partner with the IBTCSBOEFEJUTFMGBTBQBSUOFSXJUIUIF groups and organizations that rent the HSPVQTBOEPSHBOJ[BUJPOTUIBUSFOUUIF space. TQBDF "Lucid is really collaborating with the i-VDJEJTSFBMMZDPMMBCPSBUJOHXJUIUIF community," McMahon said. "I think that DPNNVOJUZ w.D.BIPOTBJEi*UIJOLUIBU separates us from the other companies TFQBSBUFTVTGSPNUIFPUIFSDPNQBOJFT that produce their own shows." UIBUQSPEVDFUIFJSPXOTIPXTw With a successful first year behind it, 8JUIBTVDDFTTGVMmSTUZFBSCFIJOEJU  Lucid Stage is focused on growth. It has -VDJE4UBHFJTGPDVTFEPOHSPXUI*UIBT hired a part-time administrative assistant IJSFEBQBSUUJNFBENJOJTUSBUJWFBTTJTUBOU

5IFi)PPQJOHUP)FBMwXPSLTIPQXJMM The "Hooping to Heal" workshop will FYQMPSFUIFIFBMUICFOFmUTPGIPPQJOH explore the health benefits of hooping QTTU IVMBIPPQJOHDBOCFBXPSLPVU  (psst, hula hooping can be a workout), BOEUIFSFXJMMBMTPCFBOPQFOUFOUXIFSF and there will also be an open tent where IPPQFSTDBOTIPXPGGUIFJSTLJMMToBOE hoopers can show off their skills - and NBZCFQVUUIFJSZFBSPMETFMWFTUP maybe put their 8-year-old selves to TIBNF shame. i5IFSFTOPSJHIUXBZPSXSPOHXBZ "There's no right way or wrong way UPIPPQ*UTWFSZJOEJWJEVBM wTBJE(FF to hoop. It's very individual," said Gee. And Maine Hoop Day is an ideal time to "OE.BJOF)PPQ%BZJTBOJEFBMUJNFUP FYQMPSFZPVSIPPQJOHQPUFOUJBM explore your hooping potential. The $15 admission includes a day of 5IFBENJTTJPOJODMVEFTBEBZPG XPSLTIPQT IPPQDFOUSJDFWFOUTBOEMJWF workshops, hoop-centric events and live music. Attendees can bring their own NVTJD"UUFOEFFTDBOCSJOHUIFJSPXO IPPQJGUIFZIBWFPOF BOEIPPQNBLFST hoop if they have one, and hoop makers will also be on hand selling their circular XJMMBMTPCFPOIBOETFMMJOHUIFJSDJSDVMBS XBSFT wares. The pride in reclaiming your hooping 5IFQSJEFJOSFDMBJNJOHZPVSIPPQJOH prowess is free of charge. QSPXFTTJTGSFFPGDIBSHF "To show someone how to do something i5PTIPXTPNFPOFIPXUPEPTPNFUIJOH that makes them happy is such a great UIBUNBLFTUIFNIBQQZJTTVDIBHSFBU feeling," said Gee. "It's a sport. It's an GFFMJOH wTBJE(FFi*UTBTQPSU*UTBO art." BSUw And as the day comes to a close, some "OEBTUIFEBZDPNFTUPBDMPTF TPNF hula hoops will become rings of fire IVMBIPPQTXJMMCFDPNFSJOHTPGmSF during the sunset LED/fire jam, where EVSJOHUIFTVOTFU-&%mSFKBN XIFSF experts will hula with lights and flame. FYQFSUTXJMMIVMBXJUIMJHIUTBOEnBNF "Folks are invited to just jam out and i'PMLTBSFJOWJUFEUPKVTUKBNPVUBOE practice what they've learned," said Gee. QSBDUJDFXIBUUIFZWFMFBSOFE wTBJE(FF And they can look down at the swirling "OEUIFZDBOMPPLEPXOBUUIFTXJSMJOH hoop on their hips and say, "Yep, I've still IPPQPOUIFJSIJQTBOETBZ i:FQ *WFTUJMM got it." HPUJUw  Staff Writer Shannon Bryan can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`AVO\\]\0`gO\QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6333 or at: %'$!!!]`Ob( aP`gO\.[OW\Sb]ROgQ][ Twitter: mainetoday BeWbbS`([OW\Sb]ROg

TUNE IN to "Good Day Maine" BC<37<b]µ5]]R2Og;OW\S¶ (WPFO FOX 23) on Thursdays at E>4=4=F !]\BVc`aROgaOb 8:10 a.m. to watch Shannon Bryan &(O[b]eObQVAVO\\]\0`gO\ talk up the weekend's events and bOZYc^bVSeSSYS\R¸aSdS\baO\R other digressions with Diana Ichton ]bVS`RWU`SaaW]\aeWbV2WO\O7QVb]\ and Jon Chrisos. O\R8]\1V`Wa]a

Louise Marshall, who directs :]cWaS;O`aVOZZeV]RW`SQba "The Lieutenant of Inishmore," µBVS:WScbS\O\b]T7\WaV[]`S¶ describes the play as a "muscular, RSaQ`WPSabVS^ZOgOaOµ[caQcZO` high-octane show packed with VWUV]QbO\SaV]e^OQYSReWbV gorgeous gore, amazing special U]`US]caU]`SO[OhW\Ua^SQWOZ effects and a battered, STTSQbaO\ROPObbS`SR beautiful heart." PSOcbWTcZVSO`b¶ - local theater mainstay Harlan Baker oMPDBMUIFBUFSNBJOTUBZ)BSMBO#BLFS - and a development director, Sarah oBOEBEFWFMPQNFOUEJSFDUPS 4BSBI Wolcheski. 8PMDIFTLJ The theater has garnered several 5IFUIFBUFSIBTHBSOFSFETFWFSBM grants from the Maine Theater Fund, the HSBOUTGSPNUIF.BJOF5IFBUFS'VOE UIF Davis Family Foundation and the Quimby %BWJT'BNJMZ'PVOEBUJPOBOEUIF2VJNCZ Family Foundation to supplement income 'BNJMZ'PVOEBUJPOUPTVQQMFNFOUJODPNF from ticket sales. GSPNUJDLFUTBMFT "We're just really happy with the way i8FSFKVTUSFBMMZIBQQZXJUIUIFXBZ things are going, and we look forward UIJOHTBSFHPJOH BOEXFMPPLGPSXBSE to the season ahead," McMahon said. UPUIFTFBTPOBIFBE w.D.BIPOTBJE "We just want to thank everybody who i8FKVTUXBOUUPUIBOLFWFSZCPEZXIP supported our endeavor this year and let TVQQPSUFEPVSFOEFBWPSUIJTZFBSBOEMFU them know that our continued success UIFNLOPXUIBUPVSDPOUJOVFETVDDFTT depends on them coming out. EFQFOETPOUIFNDPNJOHPVU "It's up to the patrons to keep organii*UTVQUPUIFQBUSPOTUPLFFQPSHBOJ zations like ours going. We're all about [BUJPOTMJLFPVSTHPJOH8FSFBMMBCPVU community." DPNNVOJUZw Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 AbOTTE`WbS`0]P9SgSaQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#% or: ]`( bkeyes@pressherald. com PYSgSa.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: pphbkeyes BeWbbS`(^^VPYSgSa

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i5IF0GmDFw BOEBQPMJDFESBNB i&OEPG "The Office"), and a police drama, "End of Watch," with Jake Gyllenhaal. Her voice 8BUDI wXJUI+BLF(ZMMFOIBBM)FSWPJDF XJMMBMTPNBLFBOBQQFBSBODFOFYUZFBSJO will also make an appearance next year in "ParaNorman," an animated film about a i1BSB/PSNBO wBOBOJNBUFEmMNBCPVUB CPZXIPUBMLTUPHIPTUT boy who talks to ghosts. Wait, there's more - this week she's in 8BJU UIFSFTNPSFoUIJTXFFLTIFTJO "UMBOUB mMNJOHi8IBUUP&YQFDU8IFO Atlanta, filming "What to Expect When You're Expecting," a movie based on the :PVSF&YQFDUJOH wBNPWJFCBTFEPOUIF CFTUTFMMJOHSFGFSFODFCPPLUIBUGPDVTFT best-selling reference book that focuses on the stories of several expectant mothPOUIFTUPSJFTPGTFWFSBMFYQFDUBOUNPUI ers or couples. Kendrick stars alongside FSTPSDPVQMFT,FOESJDLTUBSTBMPOHTJEF such heavy hitters as Cameron Diaz, TVDIIFBWZIJUUFSTBT$BNFSPO%JB[  Elizabeth Banks and Jennifer Lopez. &MJ[BCFUI#BOLTBOE+FOOJGFS-PQF[ Now, you'd expect an Oscar nominee /PX ZPVEFYQFDUBO0TDBSOPNJOFF - even one who didn't win - to be this busy. oFWFOPOFXIPEJEOUXJOoUPCFUIJTCVTZ But Kendrick says there isn't necessarily #VU,FOESJDLTBZTUIFSFJTOUOFDFTTBSJMZ a direct connection between the nominaBEJSFDUDPOOFDUJPOCFUXFFOUIFOPNJOB tion and her hectic schedule. UJPOBOEIFSIFDUJDTDIFEVMF She was hired for some of the above, like 4IFXBTIJSFEGPSTPNFPGUIFBCPWF MJLF "Twilight," before her Academy Award i5XJMJHIU wCFGPSFIFS"DBEFNZ"XBSE nomination. And she had to fight for some OPNJOBUJPO"OETIFIBEUPmHIUGPSTPNF of the others despite having Oscar cache. PGUIFPUIFSTEFTQJUFIBWJOH0TDBSDBDIF "The thing is, when you get a lot of ati5IFUIJOHJT XIFOZPVHFUBMPUPGBU tention for one thing, you get a lot of offers UFOUJPOGPSPOFUIJOH ZPVHFUBMPUPGPGGFST to do a very similar thing," said Kendrick, UPEPBWFSZTJNJMBSUIJOH wTBJE,FOESJDL  speaking during her lunch break on set in TQFBLJOHEVSJOHIFSMVODICSFBLPOTFUJO Atlanta last week. "The challenge for me "UMBOUBMBTUXFFLi5IFDIBMMFOHFGPSNF (after 'Up in the Air') was finding some BGUFSA6QJOUIF"JS XBTmOEJOHTPNF thing different. So actually, it took some UIJOHEJGGFSFOU4PBDUVBMMZ JUUPPLTPNF time to get that going." UJNFUPHFUUIBUHPJOHw A comedy about cancer is certainly "DPNFEZBCPVUDBODFSJTDFSUBJOMZ different, and that's what "50/50" is. EJGGFSFOU BOEUIBUTXIBUiwJT Kendrick plays a young, inexperienced ,FOESJDLQMBZTBZPVOH JOFYQFSJFODFE therapist whose patient (Gordon-Levitt) UIFSBQJTUXIPTFQBUJFOU (PSEPO-FWJUU  is a 27-year-old who's been told he as a JTBZFBSPMEXIPTCFFOUPMEIFBTB 50-50 chance of surviving. Based on the DIBODFPGTVSWJWJOH#BTFEPOUIF true-life struggle of a young man dealing USVFMJGFTUSVHHMFPGBZPVOHNBOEFBMJOH with the disease, the film was written by XJUIUIFEJTFBTF UIFmMNXBTXSJUUFOCZ cancer survivor Will Reiser, a friend of DBODFSTVSWJWPS8JMM3FJTFS BGSJFOEPG Rogen's. 3PHFOT "Hearing it was a comedy about cancer i)FBSJOHJUXBTBDPNFEZBCPVUDBODFS made me a little nervous, but the script NBEFNFBMJUUMFOFSWPVT CVUUIFTDSJQU was so beautifully written, so honest," XBTTPCFBVUJGVMMZXSJUUFO TPIPOFTU w said Kendrick. "I really liked the characTBJE,FOESJDLi*SFBMMZMJLFEUIFDIBSBD ter too; she's so sweet and such a mess." UFSUPPTIFTTPTXFFUBOETVDIBNFTTw For her role in "50/50," which has gar'PSIFSSPMFJOi wXIJDIIBTHBS nered her good reviews, Kendrick talked OFSFEIFSHPPESFWJFXT ,FOESJDLUBMLFE to a therapist who does similar work with UPBUIFSBQJTUXIPEPFTTJNJMBSXPSLXJUI cancer patients. But for her current projDBODFSQBUJFOUT#VUGPSIFSDVSSFOUQSPK ect - playing an expectant mother - she FDUoQMBZJOHBOFYQFDUBOUNPUIFSoTIF found that she didn't have to seek people GPVOEUIBUTIFEJEOUIBWFUPTFFLQFPQMF out. PVU "I found that anyone who has had a baby i*GPVOEUIBUBOZPOFXIPIBTIBEBCBCZ is pretty open to telling you about it," she JTQSFUUZPQFOUPUFMMJOHZPVBCPVUJU wTIF said. TBJE While Kendrick was giving this inter8IJMF,FOESJDLXBTHJWJOHUIJTJOUFS view, she talked quickly, and apologized WJFX TIFUBMLFERVJDLMZ BOEBQPMPHJ[FE for not having more time to chat. Such GPSOPUIBWJOHNPSFUJNFUPDIBU4VDI affable traits have served her well in her BGGBCMFUSBJUTIBWFTFSWFEIFSXFMMJOIFS career, which began when she was just DBSFFS XIJDICFHBOXIFOTIFXBTKVTU a child growing up in Portland. Although BDIJMEHSPXJOHVQJO1PSUMBOE"MUIPVHI she's only 26, Kendrick has been performTIFTPOMZ ,FOESJDLIBTCFFOQFSGPSN ing for most of her life, and acting profesJOHGPSNPTUPGIFSMJGF BOEBDUJOHQSPGFT sionally for more than half of it. TJPOBMMZGPSNPSFUIBOIBMGPGJU While in grammar school, she got a 8IJMFJOHSBNNBSTDIPPM TIFHPUB role in "Annie" at Lyric Theater in South SPMFJOi"OOJFwBU-ZSJD5IFBUFSJO4PVUI Portland, and received rave reviews. She 1PSUMBOE BOESFDFJWFESBWFSFWJFXT4IF sang in various local groups, took singing TBOHJOWBSJPVTMPDBMHSPVQT UPPLTJOHJOH lessons and continued to act locally. MFTTPOTBOEDPOUJOVFEUPBDUMPDBMMZ Kendrick and her parents didn't make ,FOESJDLBOEIFSQBSFOUTEJEOUNBLF any effort to expand her acting career BOZFGGPSUUPFYQBOEIFSBDUJOHDBSFFS beyond Maine until the family attended a CFZPOE.BJOFVOUJMUIFGBNJMZBUUFOEFEB wedding in New York City when she was XFEEJOHJO/FX:PSL$JUZXIFOTIFXBT 10. While there, her parents decided to 8IJMFUIFSF IFSQBSFOUTEFDJEFEUP bring her and her brother (who's also a CSJOHIFSBOEIFSCSPUIFS XIPTBMTPB performer) to see an agent. For the next QFSGPSNFS UPTFFBOBHFOU'PSUIFOFYU couple of years, Kendrick's parents would DPVQMFPGZFBST ,FOESJDLTQBSFOUTXPVME

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Kendrick with Lisa Banes on 9S\R`WQYeWbV:WaO0O\Sa]\ Broadway in 1998 in "High Society." 0`]OReOgW\''&W\µ6WUVA]QWSbg¶ periodically drive her from Portland to QFSJPEJDBMMZESJWFIFSGSPN1PSUMBOEUP New York six hours away for auditions. /FX:PSLTJYIPVSTBXBZGPSBVEJUJPOT At the age of 12, Kendrick got the part "UUIFBHFPG ,FOESJDLHPUUIFQBSU of the little sister in a Broadway revival of PGUIFMJUUMFTJTUFSJOB#SPBEXBZSFWJWBMPG "High Society," and was nominated for a i)JHI4PDJFUZ wBOEXBTOPNJOBUFEGPSB Tony Award. Her mother, Jan Kendrick of 5POZ"XBSE)FSNPUIFS +BO,FOESJDLPG Portland, said young Anna had long said 1PSUMBOE TBJEZPVOH"OOBIBEMPOHTBJE she wanted to be on Broadway - even TIFXBOUFEUPCFPO#SPBEXBZoFWFO though she wasn't quite sure what that UIPVHITIFXBTOURVJUFTVSFXIBUUIBU meant. NFBOU After her Broadway experience, she "GUFSIFS#SPBEXBZFYQFSJFODF TIF came back to Portland, attending Lincoln DBNFCBDLUP1PSUMBOE BUUFOEJOH-JODPMO Middle School and graduating from Deer.JEEMF4DIPPMBOEHSBEVBUJOHGSPN%FFS ing High School in 2003. She continued to JOH)JHI4DIPPMJO4IFDPOUJOVFEUP audition for theater and film roles, and BVEJUJPOGPSUIFBUFSBOEmMNSPMFT BOE got a role in the indie hit "Camp" (2003) HPUBSPMFJOUIFJOEJFIJUi$BNQw   about a summer camp for musical theater BCPVUBTVNNFSDBNQGPSNVTJDBMUIFBUFS students. That was followed by a role in TUVEFOUT5IBUXBTGPMMPXFECZBSPMFJO another indie, "Rocket Science" (2007). BOPUIFSJOEJF i3PDLFU4DJFODFw   It was her performance in "Rocket Sci*UXBTIFSQFSGPSNBODFJOi3PDLFU4DJ ence" - as a high-school debater with a FODFwoBTBIJHITDIPPMEFCBUFSXJUIB rapid-fire tongue - that caught the eye of SBQJEmSFUPOHVFoUIBUDBVHIUUIFFZFPG "Up in the Air" director Jason Reitman. i6QJOUIF"JSwEJSFDUPS+BTPO3FJUNBO Reitman wrote the part of Natalie Keener, 3FJUNBOXSPUFUIFQBSUPG/BUBMJF,FFOFS  a young corporate downsizer who goes BZPVOHDPSQPSBUFEPXOTJ[FSXIPHPFT toe-to-toe with Clooney, specifically for UPFUPUPFXJUI$MPPOFZ TQFDJmDBMMZGPS Kendrick. ,FOESJDL When the film was released to rave 8IFOUIFmMNXBTSFMFBTFEUPSBWF reviews in 2009, Kendrick was catapulted SFWJFXTJO ,FOESJDLXBTDBUBQVMUFE to stardom. And even though she didn't UPTUBSEPN"OEFWFOUIPVHITIFEJEOU win the Oscar (it went to Mo'Nique for XJOUIF0TDBS JUXFOUUP.P/JRVFGPS "Precious"), she did become a household i1SFDJPVTw TIFEJECFDPNFBIPVTFIPME name. OBNF But as her current film projects prove, #VUBTIFSDVSSFOUmMNQSPKFDUTQSPWF  she's not content to stick to any one style. TIFTOPUDPOUFOUUPTUJDLUPBOZPOFTUZMF As far as her film career is concerned, she "TGBSBTIFSmMNDBSFFSJTDPODFSOFE TIF wants to continue to try different things. XBOUTUPDPOUJOVFUPUSZEJGGFSFOUUIJOHT Take for instance, "Rapturepalooza," 5BLFGPSJOTUBODF i3BQUVSFQBMPP[B w due out in 2012. It's basically a wacky comEVFPVUJO*UTCBTJDBMMZBXBDLZDPN edy about what happens when the world FEZBCPVUXIBUIBQQFOTXIFOUIFXPSME ends and some people go to meet their FOETBOETPNFQFPQMFHPUPNFFUUIFJS maker. Think of it as "Left Behind" with NBLFS5IJOLPGJUBTi-FGU#FIJOEwXJUI a sense of humor and none of the heavyBTFOTFPGIVNPSBOEOPOFPGUIFIFBWZ handedness. IBOEFEOFTT "It's after the Rapture, and everybody i*UTBGUFSUIF3BQUVSF BOEFWFSZCPEZ who gets left behind is trying to find their XIPHFUTMFGUCFIJOEJTUSZJOHUPmOEUIFJS way, but it's a comedy, and it's meant to XBZ CVUJUTBDPNFEZ BOEJUTNFBOUUP be dark," she said. "I play a girl who gets CFEBSL wTIFTBJEi*QMBZBHJSMXIPHFUT left behind, and the Antichrist (Robinson) MFGUCFIJOE BOEUIF"OUJDISJTU 3PCJOTPO  gets it in his head that we should get marHFUTJUJOIJTIFBEUIBUXFTIPVMEHFUNBS ried." SJFEw "And," she adds, "hilarity ensues." i"OE wTIFBEET iIJMBSJUZFOTVFTw Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PS contacted at 791-6454 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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