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elcome back to the '90s. FMDPNFCBDLUPUIFT Nostalgia for the decade of grunge, cigar /PTUBMHJBGPSUIFEFDBEFPGHSVOHF DJHBS jokes and debating who was hotter - MoniKPLFTBOEEFCBUJOHXIPXBTIPUUFSo.POJ ca or Rachel?oJTCBDLJOBCJHXBZJOFWFSZUIJOH - is back in a big way in everything DBPS3BDIFM from music and fashion to art and television. GSPNNVTJDBOEGBTIJPOUPBSUBOEUFMFWJTJPO It's no surprise, really. Ever since "Grease" and *UTOPTVSQSJTF SFBMMZ&WFSTJODFi(SFBTFwBOE "Happy Days" ushered in a wave of '50s-fueled i)BQQZ%BZTwVTIFSFEJOBXBWFPGTGVFMFE retro as a backlash to the disco era, trends have SFUSPBTBCBDLMBTIUPUIFEJTDPFSB USFOETIBWF been on a 20-year cycle. (Thankfully, we seemed CFFOPOBZFBSDZDMF 5IBOLGVMMZ XFTFFNFE to skip over the '80s for the UPTLJQPWFSUIFTGPSUIF most part, because who NPTUQBSU CFDBVTFXIP needs to see leg warmers OFFETUPTFFMFHXBSNFST and Aqua Net hair again?)

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TFFNTGSFTIUPVTw seems fresh to us." *ODPOKVODUJPOXJUIUIF64 In conjunction with the U.S. BOE&VSPQFBOUPVS 4POZIBT and European tour, Sony has SFJTTVFEUIFBMCVNBMPOHXJUI re-issued the album along with WBSJPVTEFNPTBOEPUIFSNBUFSJBM various demos and other material OPUQSFWJPVTMZSFMFBTFE not previously released. During its heyday, The Spin %VSJOHJUTIFZEBZ 5IF4QJO Doctors were often lumped into %PDUPSTXFSFPGUFOMVNQFEJOUP the "jam band" category that UIFiKBNCBOEwDBUFHPSZUIBU seemed to be taking over the live TFFNFEUPCFUBLJOHPWFSUIFMJWF music industry. They played with NVTJDJOEVTUSZ5IFZQMBZFEXJUI other jam bands like Phish and PUIFSKBNCBOETMJLF1IJTIBOE Blues Traveler many times. #MVFT5SBWFMFSNBOZUJNFT But it's not the 1990s anymore. #VUJUTOPUUIFTBOZNPSF So when Comess isn't touring 4PXIFO$PNFTTJTOUUPVSJOH with Spin Doctors, he makes his XJUI4QJO%PDUPST IFNBLFTIJT own records and has played on PXOSFDPSETBOEIBTQMBZFEPO other artists' albums, including PUIFSBSUJTUTBMCVNT JODMVEJOH those by Joan Osborne and Edie UIPTFCZ+PBO0TCPSOFBOE&EJF Brickell. He also has a 5-year-old #SJDLFMM)FBMTPIBTBZFBSPME daughter, who keeps him pretty EBVHIUFS XIPLFFQTIJNQSFUUZ busy. CVTZ The time that has passed since 5IFUJNFUIBUIBTQBTTFETJODF "Pocket Full of Kryptonite" exi1PDLFU'VMMPG,SZQUPOJUFwFY ploded onto the charts makes him QMPEFEPOUPUIFDIBSUTNBLFTIJN think about how fortunate he was UIJOLBCPVUIPXGPSUVOBUFIFXBT to meet his bandmates where and UPNFFUIJTCBOENBUFTXIFSFBOE when he did. XIFOIFEJE "Thinking about it makes me i5IJOLJOHBCPVUJUNBLFTNF appreciate The Spin Doctors BQQSFDJBUF5IF4QJO%PDUPST that much more and realize what UIBUNVDINPSFBOESFBMJ[FXIBU amazing chemistry we had - and BNB[JOHDIFNJTUSZXFIBEoBOE have," he said. IBWF wIFTBJE Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PS contacted at 791-6454 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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VMUJJOTUSVNFOUBMJTU WPDBMJTU TPOH ulti-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter and producer Dilly Dilly (Erin XSJUFSBOEQSPEVDFS%JMMZ%JMMZ &SJO Davidson) is back in town after a so%BWJETPO JTCBDLJOUPXOBGUFSBTP journ in California and a couple of months KPVSOJO$BMJGPSOJBBOEBDPVQMFPGNPOUIT JO&VSPQF%BWJETPOTQFOUTJYZFBSTBT in Europe. Davidson spent six years as a member of the band Cerberus Shoal BNFNCFSPGUIFCBOE$FSCFSVT4IPBM CFGPSFXBEJOHJOUP before wading into solo artist waters. TPMPBSUJTUXBUFST 5IFXFMDPNFCBDL The welcome back show is Saturday at TIPXJT4BUVSEBZBU Port City Music Hall, 1PSU$JUZ.VTJD)BMM  and Dilly/Davidson is BOE%JMMZ%BWJETPOJT thrilled. UISJMMFE

When did you start playing music? 8IFOEJEZPVTUBSUQMBZJOHNVTJD When I was 14, a freshman in high 8IFO*XBT BGSFTINBOJOIJHI school. It was guitar for the first year, and TDIPPM*UXBTHVJUBSGPSUIFmSTUZFBS BOE then I joined a band which eventually beUIFO*KPJOFEBCBOEXIJDIFWFOUVBMMZCF came Red Light City, an indie rock/math DBNF3FE-JHIU$JUZ BOJOEJFSPDLNBUI rock band, and I played bass. I was in that SPDLCBOE BOE*QMBZFECBTT*XBTJOUIBU band all through high school and then in CBOEBMMUISPVHIIJHITDIPPMBOEUIFOJO 2000 we broke up. A few weeks later I saw XFCSPLFVQ"GFXXFFLTMBUFS*TBX Tom Rogers, the drummer for Cerberus 5PN3PHFST UIFESVNNFSGPS$FSCFSVT Shoal, hanging out at a show, and I really 4IPBM IBOHJOHPVUBUBTIPX BOE*SFBMMZ loved him as a drummer. I asked him if he MPWFEIJNBTBESVNNFS*BTLFEIJNJGIF wanted to jam with me at some point, and XBOUFEUPKBNXJUINFBUTPNFQPJOU BOE he said yes. Cerberus was in a transitional IFTBJEZFT$FSCFSVTXBTJOBUSBOTJUJPOBM period at this time, so they were looking QFSJPEBUUIJTUJNF TPUIFZXFSFMPPLJOH for people to play with. A few days later, GPSQFPQMFUPQMBZXJUI"GFXEBZTMBUFS  Chriss Sutherland asked if I wanted to $ISJTT4VUIFSMBOEBTLFEJG*XBOUFEUP hang out and asked me to bring my bass, IBOHPVUBOEBTLFENFUPCSJOHNZCBTT  so I did and that was that. We practiced TP*EJEBOEUIBUXBTUIBU8FQSBDUJDFE that one day, we all loved it, and it started UIBUPOFEBZ XFBMMMPWFEJU BOEJUTUBSUFE off my career in Cerberus Shoal. PGGNZDBSFFSJO$FSCFSVT4IPBM What was the first instrument you 8IBUXBTUIFmSTUJOTUSVNFOUZPV picked up after joining Cerberus QJDLFEVQBGUFSKPJOJOH$FSCFSVT Shoal? 4IPBM The musical saw was the first thing that 5IFNVTJDBMTBXXBTUIFmSTUUIJOHUIBU I learned, and then trumpet, and I played *MFBSOFE BOEUIFOUSVNQFU BOE*QMBZFE drums at one point. I also played banjo, ESVNTBUPOFQPJOU*BMTPQMBZFECBOKP  guitar, toy keyboard, timpani. HVJUBS UPZLFZCPBSE UJNQBOJ Cerberus lasted until late 2006 or early $FSCFSVTMBTUFEVOUJMMBUFPSFBSMZ 2007. The band went on their last tour, 5IFCBOEXFOUPOUIFJSMBTUUPVS  and are on an indefinite hiatus. I bought a BOEBSFPOBOJOEFmOJUFIJBUVT*CPVHIUB ukulele on the last Cerberus tour, and that VLVMFMFPOUIFMBTU$FSCFSVTUPVS BOEUIBU got me started on my solo career. The EP HPUNFTUBSUFEPONZTPMPDBSFFS5IF&1 "Akidleadivy" was released in 2007, and i"LJEMFBEJWZwXBTSFMFBTFEJO BOE it's just like and voice. I have one fullJUTKVTUVLFBOEWPJDF*IBWFPOFGVMM length CD online ($%POMJOF TPVOEDMPVEDPNEJMMZ dilly), "Of Art and Intention," from 2009. EJMMZ i0G"SUBOE*OUFOUJPO wGSPN

DILLY DILLY'S FAVORITE ARTISTS ;@CCP;@CCPĂ&#x2039;J=8MFI@K<8IK@JKJ King Crimson 9W\U1`W[a]\ Bon Iver 0]\7dS` Pixies >WfWSa Pinback >W\POQY Bessie Smith 0SaaWSA[WbV

I'm less inspired by bands than people I *NMFTTJOTQJSFECZCBOETUIBOQFPQMF* actually know. BDUVBMMZLOPX Where did the name Dilly Dilly come 8IFSFEJEUIFOBNF%JMMZ%JMMZDPNF from? GSPN It comes from an old traditional folk *UDPNFTGSPNBOPMEUSBEJUJPOBMGPML song called "Lavender's Blue (Dilly TPOHDBMMFEi-BWFOEFST#MVF %JMMZ Dilly)." I'm not sure who originally did it, %JMMZ w*NOPUTVSFXIPPSJHJOBMMZEJEJU  but I remember it from when I was really CVU*SFNFNCFSJUGSPNXIFO*XBTSFBMMZ young, in preschool. A teacher brought ZPVOH JOQSFTDIPPM"UFBDIFSCSPVHIU in a couple of albums, and one of was JOBDPVQMFPGBMCVNT BOEPOFPGXBT "Lavender's Blue (Dilly Dilly)." I think it i-BWFOEFST#MVF %JMMZ%JMMZ w*UIJOLJU may have been Burl Ives singing it. NBZIBWFCFFO#VSM*WFTTJOHJOHJU What do you have in store for your 8IBUEPZPVIBWFJOTUPSFGPSZPVS homecoming show? IPNFDPNJOHTIPX This show will be the first time I've ever 5IJTTIPXXJMMCFUIFmSTUUJNF*WFFWFS played with a live band. It will be Jason QMBZFEXJUIBMJWFCBOE*UXJMMCF+BTPO Ingall from Sunset Hearts playing drums, *OHBMMGSPN4VOTFU)FBSUTQMBZJOHESVNT  Sean Morin on keys and guitar, Miles An4FBO.PSJOPOLFZTBOEHVJUBS .JMFT"O derson plays bass (upright and electric), EFSTPOQMBZTCBTT VQSJHIUBOEFMFDUSJD  and Sara Hallie Richardson and Megan Jo BOE4BSB)BMMJF3JDIBSETPOBOE.FHBO+P Wilson are my sirens (back-up singers). 8JMTPOBSFNZTJSFOT CBDLVQTJOHFST  I'll be playing ukulele, electric guitar and *MMCFQMBZJOHVLVMFMF FMFDUSJDHVJUBSBOE banjo. It's really awesome, because I've CBOKP*UTSFBMMZBXFTPNF CFDBVTF*WF always done the solo shows unplugged BMXBZTEPOFUIFTPMPTIPXTVOQMVHHFE and acoustic, but all my recordings are BOEBDPVTUJD CVUBMMNZSFDPSEJOHTBSF multi-track so its gonna be really interestNVMUJUSBDLTPJUTHPOOBCFSFBMMZJOUFSFTU ing to see how it comes across live. I'll be JOHUPTFFIPXJUDPNFTBDSPTTMJWF*MMCF playing a lot of stuff from the full-length QMBZJOHBMPUPGTUVGGGSPNUIFGVMMMFOHUI CD and then a few newer songs. $%BOEUIFOBGFXOFXFSTPOHT

How would you describe your music to AbOTTE`WbS`/W[aSZ>]\bWQO\PS )PXXPVMEZPVEFTDSJCFZPVSNVTJDUP Staff Writer Aimsel Ponti can be someone who's never heard it? TPNFPOFXIPTOFWFSIFBSEJU contacted at 791-6455 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"##]`Ob( One of my friends put it the best way I 0OFPGNZGSJFOETQVUJUUIFCFTUXBZ* O^]\bW.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ could ever describe it, which is my stanDPVMEFWFSEFTDSJCFJU XIJDIJTNZTUBO dard answer to that question: "Part folk, EBSEBOTXFSUPUIBURVFTUJPOi1BSUGPML  part electronic and entirely other." QBSUFMFDUSPOJDBOEFOUJSFMZPUIFSw DILLY DILLY WITH MARION GRACE 27::G27::GE7B6;/@7=<5@/13 AND THE LAST SIP /<2B63:/ABA7> Who are your influences? 8IPBSFZPVSJOnVFODFT WHEN: 8 p.m. Saturday E63<(&^[AObc`ROg King Crimson is my favorite band. A lot ,JOH$SJNTPOJTNZGBWPSJUFCBOE"MPU WHERE: Port City Music Hall, E63@3(>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ of my influences are people who I know PGNZJOnVFODFTBSFQFPQMFXIP*LOPX 504 Congress St., Portland #"1]\U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R who I've seen locally, like Lady Lamb the XIP*WFTFFOMPDBMMZ MJLF-BEZ-BNCUIF HOW MUCH: $8 to $18 6=E;C16(&b]& Beekeeper, Sontiago and Samuel James. #FFLFFQFS 4POUJBHPBOE4BNVFM+BNFT INFO: 7<4=(^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][ I also like to go to open hip-hop nights. *BMTPMJLFUPHPUPPQFOIJQIPQOJHIUT




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KXjkpgfgfm\in_\cdjk_\Z_\\j\ Tasty pop overwhelms the cheese on Sunset Hearts' throwback debut feJlej\k?\XikjĂ&#x2039;k_ifnYXZb[\Ylk #Z.*,&0-$055 By MIKE OLCOTT

$BTFZ.D$VSSZTHPURVJUFBOPTFGPS Casey McCurry's got quite a nose for UIFQPQBSD0Oi)BVOUFE$MPVE wUIF the pop arc. On "Haunted Cloud," the MPOHBXBJUFEEFCVUPGIJT4VOTFU)FBSUT long-awaited debut of his Sunset Hearts QSPKFDU GVMMZSFBMJ[FENFMPEJFTMBZFSFWFSZ project, fully realized melodies layer every UVSO5IJTSFDPSEnPBUTBMPOHXJUITPNF turn. This record floats along with some PGUIFCFTUQVSFTZPVMMIFBSBMMZFBS of the best pure '80s you'll hear all year. 4POHTBSFJOUSJDBUF FYQMPSFEBOEDIBSHFE Songs are intricate, explored and charged XJUIBMMUIFDSBDLMFPGBDMBTTJD+PIO with all the crackle of a classic John )VHIFTTPVOEUSBDL Hughes soundtrack. McCurry's got some help in giving .D$VSSZTHPUTPNFIFMQJOHJWJOH "Cloud" its bright silver lining. One i$MPVEwJUTCSJHIUTJMWFSMJOJOH0OF remarkable weapon is Mike Cunnane of SFNBSLBCMFXFBQPOJT.JLF$VOOBOFPG Huak kit fame, who brings purpose and )VBLLJUGBNF XIPCSJOHTQVSQPTFBOE color to every elaborate beat he contribDPMPSUPFWFSZFMBCPSBUFCFBUIFDPOUSJC utes, no more so than on the kicker "Paw VUFT OPNPSFTPUIBOPOUIFLJDLFSi1BX Palace." Brandon Davis and Matthew Er1BMBDFw#SBOEPO%BWJTBOE.BUUIFX&S ickson add guitar textures to offset thick JDLTPOBEEHVJUBSUFYUVSFTUPPGGTFUUIJDL synths, while Sydney Bourke's bass work TZOUIT XIJMF4ZEOFZ#PVSLFTCBTTXPSL pushes tracks like "Institution Story" with QVTIFTUSBDLTMJLFi*OTUJUVUJPO4UPSZwXJUI needed Cure-like urgency. OFFEFE$VSFMJLFVSHFODZ Sunset Hearts is eight members at full 4VOTFU)FBSUTJTFJHIUNFNCFSTBUGVMM strength, and it takes the octet to bring TUSFOHUI BOEJUUBLFTUIFPDUFUUPCSJOH McCurry's ambitious ideas to life. .D$VSSZTBNCJUJPVTJEFBTUPMJGF Occasionally, the Hearts are plagued by 0DDBTJPOBMMZ UIF)FBSUTBSFQMBHVFECZ toy keyboard indulgence (the faux pan UPZLFZCPBSEJOEVMHFODF UIFGBVYQBO flute is especially egregious) or a sinking nVUFJTFTQFDJBMMZFHSFHJPVT PSBTJOLJOH lyrical cliche. Turns out, it just doesn't MZSJDBMDMJDIF5VSOTPVU JUKVTUEPFTOU matter - McCurry's songs overwhelm NBUUFSo.D$VSSZTTPOHTPWFSXIFMN with pop quality. Many would function XJUIQPQRVBMJUZ.BOZXPVMEGVODUJPO

HOW IT RATES ?FN@KI8K<J SUNSET HEARTS: "HAUNTED CLOUD" AC<A3B63/@BA(Âľ6/C<B321:=C2Âś RECORDED BY Ron H a r r i t y @31=@2320G@]\6O``Wbg ((((

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*WFCFFOTBWJOHUJDLFUTUVCTTJODF* I've been saving ticket stubs since I was 15. Although I don't have one from XBT"MUIPVHI*EPOUIBWFPOFGSPN FWFSZTJOHMFDPODFSU*WFBUUFOEFE *EJE every single concert I've attended, I did let out an audible gasp when I emptied MFUPVUBOBVEJCMFHBTQXIFO*FNQUJFE UIFHMBTTDPOUBJOFSUIBUIPMETUIFNGPS the glass container that holds them for the first time ever a few days ago and saw UIFmSTUUJNFFWFSBGFXEBZTBHPBOETBX the massive pile spread out UIFNBTTJWFQJMFTQSFBEPVU before me. CFGPSFNF I spent the next hour sigh*TQFOUUIFOFYUIPVSTJHI ing over distinct, indelible JOHPWFSEJTUJODU JOEFMJCMF memories. Then I went to NFNPSJFT5IFO*XFOUUP work on our nod to the '90s XPSLPOPVSOPEUPUIFT and put together this list BOEQVUUPHFUIFSUIJTMJTU of the best New England PGUIFCFTU/FX&OHMBOE shows the decade had to ofTIPXTUIFEFDBEFIBEUPPG fer to this live music freak. GFSUPUIJTMJWFNVTJDGSFBL

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Ani DiFranco, Bowdoin "OJ%J'SBODP #PXEPJO David Bowie, Sullivan College, Brunswick, April %BWJE#PXJF 4VMMJWBO $PMMFHF #SVOTXJDL "QSJM Stadium, Foxboro, Mass., 6,1995 4UBEJVN 'PYCPSP .BTT    July 21,1990 I'll admit it: I wasn't a true +VMZ  *MMBENJUJU*XBTOUBUSVF The 1994 Tori Amos BVS''"B]`W/[]a Bowie is my favorite DiFranco believer until I #PXJFJTNZGBWPSJUF %J'SBODPCFMJFWFSVOUJM* show at the State aV]eObbVSAbObS musician of all time, hands saw her perform live. Sure, I NVTJDJBOPGBMMUJNF IBOET TBXIFSQFSGPSNMJWF4VSF * rates among this `ObSaO[]\UbVWa down. This was just the liked her music well enough, EPXO5IJTXBTKVTUUIF MJLFEIFSNVTJDXFMMFOPVHI  writer's Top 10 ever. e`WbS`¸aB]^SdS` second time I saw him but after this show at BowTFDPOEUJNF*TBXIJN CVUBGUFSUIJTTIPXBU#PX live. I had awesome "floor" seats at the doin (a stop on Ms. DiFranco's "Not a MJWF*IBEBXFTPNFinPPSwTFBUTBUUIF EPJO BTUPQPO.T%J'SBODPTi/PUB old Sullivan Stadium, and Bowie was on Pretty Girl" tour), I was smitten, dazzled PME4VMMJWBO4UBEJVN BOE#PXJFXBTPO 1SFUUZ(JSMwUPVS *XBTTNJUUFO EB[[MFE his "Sound and Vision" tour. He played a and blown away. IJTi4PVOEBOE7JTJPOwUPVS)FQMBZFEB BOECMPXOBXBZ setlist to die for that included "Panic in TFUMJTUUPEJFGPSUIBUJODMVEFEi1BOJDJO Detroit," "Starman," "Heroes" and "Rock Lilith Fair, Great Woods Performing %FUSPJU wi4UBSNBO wi)FSPFTwBOEi3PDL -JMJUI'BJS (SFBU8PPET1FSGPSNJOH and Roll Suicide." Enough said. Arts Center, Mansfield, Mass., July 22, BOE3PMM4VJDJEFw&OPVHITBJE "SUT$FOUFS .BOTmFME .BTT +VMZ  1997  Indigo Girls, Great Woods Performing Sarah McLachlan's brainchild festival *OEJHP(JSMT (SFBU8PPET1FSGPSNJOH 4BSBI.D-BDIMBOTCSBJODIJMEGFTUJWBM Arts Center, Mansfield, Mass., June 7, Lilith Fair was on its first of three con"SUT$FOUFS .BOTmFME .BTT +VOF  -JMJUI'BJSXBTPOJUTmSTUPGUISFFDPO 1992 secutive summer runs (not to mention  TFDVUJWFTVNNFSSVOT OPUUPNFOUJPO I've seen Indigo Girls at least 15 times the 2010 revival). The show I saw at Great *WFTFFO*OEJHP(JSMTBUMFBTUUJNFT UIFSFWJWBM 5IFTIPX*TBXBU(SFBU through the years, and they always put on 8PPEGFBUVSFEBMJOFVQPG1BVMB$PMF  Wood featured a lineup of Paula Cole, UISPVHIUIFZFBST BOEUIFZBMXBZTQVUPO a memorable show. This one stands out Fiona Apple, The Cardigans, Tracy ChapBNFNPSBCMFTIPX5IJTPOFTUBOETPVU 'JPOB"QQMF 5IF$BSEJHBOT 5SBDZ$IBQ because they were touring for "Rites of man and, of course, McLachlan. To say I CFDBVTFUIFZXFSFUPVSJOHGPSi3JUFTPG NBOBOE PGDPVSTF .D-BDIMBO5PTBZ* Passage," one of my favorite albums. The IBEBHPPEUJNFXPVMECFUIFVOEFSTUBUF had a good time would be the understate1BTTBHF wPOFPGNZGBWPSJUFBMCVNT5IF stand-out moment was when Amy Ray ment of the '90s. TUBOEPVUNPNFOUXBTXIFO"NZ3BZ NFOUPGUIFT did oh so right by Dire Straits' "Romeo EJEPITPSJHIUCZ%JSF4USBJUTi3PNFP and Juliet." (Editor's Note: For your own k.d. lang, Symphony Hall, Boston, Oct. BOE+VMJFUw &EJUPST/PUF'PSZPVSPXO LEMBOH 4ZNQIPOZ)BMM #PTUPO 0DU Indigo Girls experience, check them out 15,1997 *OEJHP(JSMTFYQFSJFODF DIFDLUIFNPVU   Tuesday and/or Wednesday at Jonathan's k.d. lang. Symphony Hall. Boston. Does 5VFTEBZBOEPS8FEOFTEBZBU+POBUIBOT LEMBOH4ZNQIPOZ)BMM#PTUPO%PFT Restaurant in Ogunquit.) this really need an explanation?*EJEOU I didn't 3FTUBVSBOUJO0HVORVJU

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Cumberland County Civic Center box office 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 25 - Shawn Mullins, 8 p.m., Jonathan's, =Qb #³AVOe\;cZZW\a&^[8]\ObVO\¸a Ogunquit. $ 2# 5 / $ 2 &8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][) 8 .; =Uc\_cWb 646-4526 $"$"# $ Oct. 25 - Pokey Lafarge and the South =Qb #³>]YSg:OTO`USO\RbVSA]cbV City Three, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, 1WbgBV`SS&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S Portland. $12/$15.; >]`bZO\R #=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) The locals BVSZ]QOZa 761-1757 %$%#% Oct. 20 - A m o s Lee, 7:30 p.m., State Theatre, =Qb ³/[]a:SS%(!^[AbObSBVSOb`S Oct. 26 - Yonder Mountain String Band w i t h =Qb $³G]\RS`;]c\bOW\Ab`W\U0O\ReWbV Portland. $25 to $35. Reserved seating. >]`bZO\R #b]!#@SaS`dSRaSObW\U The Infamous Stringdusters, 7:30 p.m., State BVS7\TO[]caAb`W\URcabS`a%(!^[AbObS; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Theatre, Portland. $ 2 0 / $ 2 #AbObSbVSOb`S 5 . Statetheatre AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R Cumberland County Civic Center box office; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R Oct. 20 - John Brown's Body, 7 p.m., County Civic Center box office =Qb ³8]V\0`]e\¸a0]Rg%^[ 1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Port City Music Hall, Portland. $15 to $28. Oct. 27 - Martin Sexton, 8 p.m., Stone >]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R#b] & =Qb %³;O`bW\ASfb]\&^[Ab]\S; 8 9 9 - 4 9 9 0 Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $ 4 0 . >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&''"'' ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR" Oct. 21 - Dar Williams, 8 p.m., Stone Mountain; 935-7292 =Qb ³2O`EWZZWO[a&^[Ab]\S;]c\bOW\ Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% ' Arts Center, Brownfield. $35. Stonemountain Oct. 27 - Malcolm Holcombe, 8 p.m., One /`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR!#Ab]\S[]c\bOW\ =Qb %³;OZQ]Z[6]ZQ][PS&^[=\S; 935-7292 Longfellow Square, Portland. $15/$18. 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Statetheatre :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; 761-1757; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R Oct. 22 - Soulive and Lettuce, 8 p.m., County Civic Center box office =Qb ³A]cZWdSO\R:SbbcQS&^[ 1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS State Theatre, Portland. $ 2 0 / $ 2 5 . All ages. Oct. 28 - Martin Sexton, 8 p.m., Strand AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R  #/ZZOUSa =Qb &³;O`bW\ASfb]\&^[Ab`O\R; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; Theatre, Rockland. $25.; AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) 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7HITCOMB 2ATFYNKTAND!RMYOF3QUIRREL Whitcomb, Ratfynkt and Army of Squirrel, !SYLUM 0ORTLAND #ALLFORTIME Asylum, Portland. $5. 772-8274. Call for time. Paige Turner, metal/rock, with Absence of the Sun, 0AIGE4URNER METALROCK WITH!BSENCEOFTHE3UN (ELLON%ARTHAND4HE-OTOR#REEPS 'ENOS2OCK Hell on Earth and The Motor Creeps, Geno's Rock #LUB 0ORTLAND PM Club, Portland. 221-2382. 9 p.m. *""AND ROCKCOUNTRY *IMMYTHE'REEKS /LD JB 5 Band, rock/country, Jimmy the Greek's, Old /RCHARD"EACH #ALLFORTIME Orchard Beach. 934-7499. Call for time. Holy Mackerels Trio, roots, Tugs Pub, Southport (OLY-ACKERELS4RIO ROOTS 4UGS0UB 3OUTHPORT Island. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. )SLANDTOPM Martin England, Americana, folk, roots and -ARTIN%NGLAND !MERICANA FOLK ROOTSAND rock, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. Donation. ROCK 4HE,OCAL"UZZ #APE%LIZABETH$ONATION 8 p.m. CAPELOCALBUZZCOMPM 0LAID$ADDY COVERBAND 2I2A)RISH0UB Plaid Daddy, cover band, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. 761-4446. 10 p.m. 0ORTLAND PM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Dave Berry Band, blues, 21-plus; Inn on the $AVE"ERRY"AND BLUES  PLUS)NNONTHE Blues, York Beach. $6. "LUES 9ORK"EACHINNONTHEBLUESCOM 9:30 p.m. PM Rick Miller & His Band, blues and swing, Gingko 2ICK-ILLER(IS"AND BLUESANDSWING 'INGKO Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 541-9190. 9 p.m. "LUE*AZZ#LUB 0ORTLAND PM Lovewhip and The Whipettes, electro-dance, ,OVEWHIPAND4HE7HIPETTES ELECTRO DANCE with DJ Mr. Dereloid and MC Vice Versatile, WITH$*-R$ERELOIDAND-#6ICE6ERSATILE 21-plus; Bubba's Sulky Lounge, Portland. $5.  PLUS"UBBAS3ULKY,OUNGE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BUBBASSULKYLOUNGECOMPM Cimarron Project, Afro-Cuban music and dance, #IMARRON0ROJECT !FRO #UBANMUSICANDDANCE 18-plus; Space, Portland. $10.  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLANDSPACEORG 9:30 p.m. PM Bright Light Social Hour, with Black Taxi and "RIGHT,IGHT3OCIAL(OUR WITH"LACK4AXIAND Zach Jones, rock/funk/psychedelia, Bayside Bowl, :ACH*ONES ROCKFUNKPSYCHEDELIA "AYSIDE"OWL Portland. $5. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM John Hasnip, folk/rock, Andy's Old Port Pub, *OHN(ASNIP FOLKROCK !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Sean Mencher, rock/bluegrass/jazz, Blue, 3EAN-ENCHER ROCKBLUEGRASSJAZZ "LUE Portland. Donation. 774-4111.8 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATION PM Ben Appel Organ Trio, jazz, Blue, Portland. "EN!PPEL/RGAN4RIO JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation. 774-4111.10 p.m. $ONATION PM Girls, Guns and Glory, country/rock, Empire Dine 'IRLS 'UNSAND'LORY COUNTRYROCK %MPIRE$INE and Dance, Portland. 879-8988. 9 p.m. AND$ANCE 0ORTLAND PM Soul, Jazz and Blues, revolving night of jams 3OUL *AZZAND"LUES REVOLVINGNIGHTOFJAMS with The John Clavette Band, Line of Force and WITH4HE*OHN#LAVETTE"AND ,INEOF&ORCEAND Restless Groove, Big Easy, Portland. $5. 775-2266. 2ESTLESS'ROOVE "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND  8 p.m. PM Dance of the Dead, with DJ Steppo, MC Josiah $ANCEOFTHE$EAD WITH$*3TEPPO -#*OSIAH Scribes, DJ Midas and more, Asylum, Portland. 3CRIBES $*-IDASANDMORE !SYLUM 0ORTLAND $6; $3 if dressed like the dead. 772-8274. 9 p.m. IFDRESSEDLIKETHEDEAD PM Mugsy, rock covers, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. -UGSY ROCKCOVERS 2I2A)RISH0UB 0ORTLAND 761-4446. 10 p.m.  PM The Outfits, power pop, with Wood Burning 4HE/UTlTS POWERPOP WITH7OOD"URNING Cat and The Rattlesnakes, 131 Washington Ave, #ATAND4HE2ATTLESNAKES 7ASHINGTON!VE Portland. $5. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDPM Shana Underwood, blues, The Local Buzz, Cape 3HANA5NDERWOOD BLUES 4HE,OCAL"UZZ #APE Elizabeth. Donation, 8 p.m. %LIZABETH$ONATIONCAPELOCALBUZZCOMPM Phil Poirier, acoustic, DobraTea, Portland. 0HIL0OIRIER ACOUSTIC $OBRA4EA 0ORTLAND 210-6566. 8p.m.  PM Hessian Birthday Bash, rock, Seax and Cryptic (ESSIAN"IRTHDAY"ASH ROCK 3EAXAND#RYPTIC OverCast, Geno's Rock Club, Portland. $6. 221/VER#AST 'ENOS2OCK#LUB 0ORTLAND 2382.9p.m. PM

Please see MUSIC, PageE25 Gc\Xj\j\\;CA71GX^\<), until Eminem did it much more c\bWZ3[W\S[RWRWb[cQV[]`S articulately. Bull Moose customers O`bWQcZObSZg0cZZ;]]aSQcab][S`a were among the first people in eS`SO[]\UbVSÂż`ab^S]^ZSW\ the country to discover the band, bVSQ]c\b`gb]RWaQ]dS`bVSPO\R giving Mainers a reputation as UWdW\U;OW\S`aO`S^cbObW]\Oa tastemakers. That probably helped bOabS[OYS`aBVOb^`]POPZgVSZ^SR Maine artists such as Rustic Overtones ;OW\SO`bWabaacQVOa@cabWQ=dS`b]\Sa and Jeremiah Freed get their major O\R8S`S[WOV4`SSRUSbbVSW`[OX]` label deals. ZOPSZRSOZa â&#x20AC;˘ FAITH HILL - "FAITH" (1998): Shania N4/7B667::³¾4/7B6Âś''&(AVO\WO Twain's "Come On Over" (1997) ultiBeOW\¸aÂľ1][S=\=dS`Âś''%cZbW mately sold more, but "Faith" showed [ObSZga]ZR[]`SPcbÂľ4OWbVÂśaV]eSR how pop and country could be comV]e^]^O\RQ]c\b`gQ]cZRPSQ][ bined successfully. It probably inPW\SRacQQSaaTcZZg7b^`]POPZgW\ spired Garth Brooks to end his career a^W`SR5O`bV0`]]Yab]S\RVWaQO`SS` the following year with "Garth Brooks bVST]ZZ]eW\UgSO`eWbVÂľ5O`bV0`]]Ya in... the Life of Chris Gaines," which W\ÂŹbVS:WTS]T1V`Wa5OW\SaÂśeVWQV itself inspired Justin Bieber's haircut. WbaSZTW\a^W`SR8cabW\0WSPS`¸aVOW`Qcb â&#x20AC;˘ LAURYN HILL - "THE MISEDUCATION OF N:/C@G<67::³¾B63;7A32C1/B7=<=4 LAURYN HILL" (1998): Hill won a jillion :/C@G<67::Âś''&(6WZZe]\OXWZZW]\ Grammys for this neo-soul classic, and 5`O[[gaT]`bVWa\S]a]cZQZOaaWQO\R helped us get ready for Norah Jones VSZ^SRcaUSb`SORgT]`<]`OV8]\Sa and Amy Winehouse. O\R/[gEW\SV]caS

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JDLJOHUIFNPTUJDPOJD icking the most iconic mMNTPGUIFTJO films of the 1990s inWPMWFTTPNFEFmOJUJPO volves some definition. i*DPOJDw BTZPVMM 1. "Iconic" (as you'll TFF EPFTOUOFDFTTBSJMZ see) doesn't necessarily NFBOiCFTU wCVUJOTUFBE mean "best," but instead NFBOTNPWJFTXIJDI GPSCFUUFSPS means movies which, for better or XPSTF XFSFJOnVFOUJBM OPUPSJPVTPS worse, were influential, notorious or JOTPNFXBZEFmOFEUIFEFDBEFJO in some way defined the decade in DJOFNB cinema. *GUIFZIBWFTQBXOFEDBUDIQISBT 2. If they have spawned catchphrasFT OVNFSPVTi4/wTLFUDIFTPSBSF es, numerous "SNL" sketches or are SFGFSFODFEJOFWFSZPUIFS#JMM4JN referenced in every other Bill SimNPOTTQPSUTDPMVNO UIBUTBQMVT mons sports column, that's a plus. 4PyUPJU So... to it: i5IF4JYUI4FOTFw  i5IF "The Sixth Sense" (1999), "The $SZJOH(BNFw  BOEi5IF6TV Crying Game" (1992) and "The UsuBM4VTQFDUTw  4VSF BUISFF al Suspects" (1995): Sure, a threeGPSPOFJTDIFBUJOH CVUUIFTFmMNT for-one is cheating, but these films USJQMFIBOEFEMZJOUSPEVDFEUIFQISBTF triple-handedly introduced the phrase i410*-&3"-&35wJOUPUIFQBSMBODF "SPOILER ALERT" into the parlance PGPVSUJNFTCZCBOLJOHPOUIF#*( of our times by banking on the BIG 3&7&"-GPSUIFJS XFMMEFTFSWFE  REVEAL for their (well-deserved) TVDDFTT#MVSUJOHPVUUIFTFmMNTQMPU success. Blurting out these films' plot UXJTUTJOUIFTDBVTFENPSFCBE twists in the '90s caused more bad CMPPEUIBOUIF&BTU$PBTU8FTU$PBTU blood than the East Coast/West Coast SBQGFVE rap feud. "The Big Lebowski" (1998) and i5IF#JH-FCPXTLJw  BOE "Office Space" (1999): Speaking of i0GmDF4QBDFw  4QFBLJOHPG "the parlance of our times," these two iUIFQBSMBODFPGPVSUJNFT wUIFTFUXP ramshackle comedies, both of which SBNTIBDLMFDPNFEJFT CPUIPGXIJDI bombed pretty hard at the box office, CPNCFEQSFUUZIBSEBUUIFCPYPGmDF  went to home video and became two XFOUUPIPNFWJEFPBOECFDBNFUXP of the most beloved, rewatched, overPGUIFNPTUCFMPWFE SFXBUDIFE PWFS quoted films in history. If nothing else, RVPUFEmMNTJOIJTUPSZ*GOPUIJOHFMTF  their belated but deserved cult-clasUIFJSCFMBUFECVUEFTFSWFEDVMUDMBT sic status proves that the movie-going TJDTUBUVTQSPWFTUIBUUIFNPWJFHPJOH public, like poor Donny is often out of QVCMJD MJLFQPPS%POOZ JTPGUFOPVUPG its element. JUTFMFNFOU "The Shawshank Redemption" i5IF4IBXTIBOL3FEFNQUJPOw (1994): Speaking of great movies  4QFBLJOHPGHSFBUNPWJFT initially ignored, check out, JOJUJBMMZJHOPSFE DIFDLPVUJNECDPN  where this box office also-ran, deXIFSFUIJTCPYPGmDFBMTPSBO EF pending on the day, duels with "The QFOEJOHPOUIFEBZ EVFMTXJUIi5IF Godfather" for the best-rated movie (PEGBUIFSwGPSUIFCFTUSBUFENPWJF of all time. It's run from time to time PGBMMUJNF*UTSVOGSPNUJNFUPUJNF on cable in a 24-hour loop, and no PODBCMFJOBIPVSMPPQ BOEOP one complains. And it introduced the POFDPNQMBJOT"OEJUJOUSPEVDFEUIF immutable fact that any movie would JNNVUBCMFGBDUUIBUBOZNPWJFXPVME be improved if narrated by Morgan CFJNQSPWFEJGOBSSBUFECZ.PSHBO Freeman. (Need proof?*NBHJOF.S Imagine Mr. 'SFFNBO /FFEQSPPG Freeman's voice sonorously intoning, 'SFFNBOTWPJDFTPOPSPVTMZJOUPOJOH  "I remember the day the boys dug up i*SFNFNCFSUIFEBZUIFCPZTEVHVQ the Encino Man...") UIF&ODJOP.BOyw

"Boyz n the Hood" (1991) and i#PZ[OUIF)PPEw  BOE "Menace II Society" (1993), with i.FOBDF**4PDJFUZw  XJUI "Do the Right Thing" (released June i%PUIF3JHIU5IJOHw SFMFBTFE+VOF 1989) by special exception: Directors  CZTQFDJBMFYDFQUJPO%JSFDUPST John Singleton, the Hughes Brothers +PIO4JOHMFUPO UIF)VHIFT#SPUIFST and Spike Lee smashed right through BOE4QJLF-FFTNBTIFESJHIUUISPVHI Hollywood's historical racial barriers )PMMZXPPETIJTUPSJDBMSBDJBMCBSSJFST at the start of the decade, writing, BUUIFTUBSUPGUIFEFDBEF XSJUJOH  directing and independently producEJSFDUJOHBOEJOEFQFOEFOUMZQSPEVD ing groundbreaking films examining JOHHSPVOECSFBLJOHmMNTFYBNJOJOH the contemporary African-American UIFDPOUFNQPSBSZ"GSJDBO"NFSJDBO experience of young men that, frankly, FYQFSJFODFPGZPVOHNFOUIBU GSBOLMZ  threw white America into a tizzy. EndUISFXXIJUF"NFSJDBJOUPBUJ[[Z&OE lessly debated, often scapegoated or MFTTMZEFCBUFE PGUFOTDBQFHPBUFEPS Please see D E C A D E , Page E18 Gc\Xj\j\\231/23GX^\<(/


( * * * ( ( FG<E@E> * OPENING (* ( =I@;8P * FRIDAY (* "THE THING" (R) (1:43) Stars Mary Elizabeth µB63B67<5¶@("!AbO`a;O`g3ZWhOPSbV Winstead, Joel Edgerton and Ulrich Thomsen. EW\abSOR8]SZ3RUS`b]\O\RCZ`WQVBV][aS\ Directed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. At an 2W`SQbSRPg;ObbVWXadO\6SWX\W\US\8`/bO\ Antarctica research site, the discovery of an /\bO`QbWQO`SaSO`QVaWbSbVSRWaQ]dS`g]TO\ alien craft leads to a confrontation between OZWS\Q`OTbZSORab]OQ]\T`]\bObW]\PSbeSS\ graduate student Kate Lloyd and scientist Dr. U`ORcObSabcRS\b9ObS:Z]gRO\RaQWS\bWab2` Sander Halvorson. While Halvorson keeps to AO\RS`6OZd]`a]\EVWZS6OZd]`a]\YSS^ab] his research, Kate partners with Sam Carter, a VWa`SaSO`QV9ObS^O`b\S`aeWbVAO[1O`bS`O helicopter pilot, to pursue the alien life form. VSZWQ]^bS`^WZ]bb]^c`acSbVSOZWS\ZWTST]`[ Strong creature violence and gore, disturbing Ab`]\UQ`SObc`SdW]ZS\QSO\RU]`SRWabc`PW\U images, and language. W[OUSaO\RZO\UcOUS Opening at: Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 1:40, =^S\W\UOb(0`c\aeWQY4`WESR(" 4:20, 7:20, 9:50; Cinemagic Westbrook Fri"( %( '(#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`W Wed 12:20, 3, 7, 9:50; Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed ESR ( !%'(#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`WESR 4:45, 7:10, 9:30; Cinemagic Grand 12:10,2:30, ( (!"("#%('(!)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\R (South Portland) Fri-Wed 12,2:30, 5, 7:30,10; A]cbV>]`bZO\R4`WESR  (!#%(!) Falmouth 10 Fri 4:15, 7:05, 9:30 Sat 1:25,4:15, 4OZ[]cbV4`W"(#%(#'(!AOb( #"(# 7:05, 9:30 Sun 1:25,4:15, 7:05 Mon-Wed %(#'(!Ac\( #"(#%(#;]\ESR 4:15,7:15 "(#%(# "FOOTLOOSE" µ4==B:==A3¶ (PG-13) (1:53) Stars >5!(#!AbO`a Kenny Wormald, 9S\\gE]`[OZR Julianne Hough 8cZWO\\S6]cUV and Dennis Quaid. O\R2S\\Wa?cOWR Directed by Craig 2W`SQbSRPg1`OWU Brewer. City kid Ren 0`SeS`1WbgYWR@S\ McCormack moves to ;Q1]`[OQY[]dSab] a small town where Oa[OZZb]e\eVS`S rock 'n' roll and `]QY·\¸`]ZZO\R dancing have been RO\QW\UVOdSPSS\ banned, and his rePO\\SRO\RVWa`S bellious spirit shakes PSZZW]caa^W`WbaVOYSa up the populace. c^bVS^]^cZOQS Kenny Some teen drug and 9S\\g A][SbSS\R`cUO\R W o r m a l d stars alcohol use, sexual OZQ]V]ZcaSaSfcOZ E]`[OZRabO`a in " F o o t l o o s e . " content, violence and Q]\bS\bdW]ZS\QSO\R W\µ4]]bZ]]aS¶ language. ZO\UcOUS Opening at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Fri-Wed =^S\W\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\R4`WESR 7:10, 9:40; Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed (1:20,4:30, "(!%('(")0`c\aeWQY4`WESR 4:10, 7, 7:30, 9:40; Cinemagic West(1:20,1:50, (#"(%%(!'(")1W\S[OUWQESab brook Fri-Wed 12:30, 3:30, 7, 9:40; Cinemagic P`]]Y4`WESR (!!(!%'(")1W\S[OUWQ Saco Fri-Wed 12,2:25, 4:50, 7:15, 9:40; CinAOQ]4`WESR  ( #"(#%(#'(")1W\ emagic Grand (South Portland) Fri-Wed S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R4`WESR 7:10, 9:45; Falmouth 10 Fri 4:40, 12:30,4:20, (!"( %('("#)4OZ[]cbV4`W"(" 7:30,10:10 Sat 1:40, 4:40, 7:30,10:10 Sun 1:40, %(!(AOb(""("%(!(Ac\(" 4:40, 7:30 Mon-Wed 4:40, 7:30 "("%(!;]\ESR"("%(! "THE BIG YEAR" (PG) Stars Owen Wilson, µB63075G3/@¶>5AbO`a=eS\EWZa]\ Jack Black and Steve Martin. Directed by David 8OQY0ZOQYO\RAbSdS;O`bW\2W`SQbSRPg2OdWR Frankel. Three avid bird watchers compete 4`O\YSZBV`SSOdWRPW`ReObQVS`aQ][^SbS to spot the rarest birds in North America at a b]a^]bbVS`O`SabPW`RaW\<]`bV/[S`WQOObO prestigious annual event. Language and some ^`SabWUW]caO\\cOZSdS\b:O\UcOUSO\Ra][S sensuality. aS\acOZWbg Opening at: Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 1:30, 4, =^S\W\UOb(0`c\aeWQY4`WESR(!" 7:10, 9:35; Cinemagic Westbrook Fri-Wed 12, %('(!#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`WESR 2:20,4:40, 7:10, 9:30; Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed ( "("%('(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`WESR 7, 9:10; Falmouth 10 Fri 4:50, 12:15,2:30,4:40, (# (!"("%'()4OZ[]cbV4`W"(# 7:20, 9:45 Sat 1:50,4:50, 7:20, 9:45 Sun 1:50, %( '("#AOb(#"(#%( '("#Ac\(# 4:50, 7:20 Mon-Wed 4:50, 7:20 "(#%( ;]\ESR"(#%( 


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just read the script and believed in it. We KVTUSFBEUIFTDSJQUBOECFMJFWFEJOJU8F also got a lot of in-kind donations; the BMTPHPUBMPUPGJOLJOEEPOBUJPOTUIF Samoset Inn put up all of our stars." 4BNPTFU*OOQVUVQBMMPGPVSTUBSTw Speaking of stars, "Anatomy of the Tide" 4QFBLJOHPGTUBST i"OBUPNZPGUIF5JEFw attracted an impressive mix of wellBUUSBDUFEBOJNQSFTTJWFNJYPGXFMM known pros, including John Shea and LOPXOQSPT JODMVEJOH+PIO4IFBBOE Jamie-Lynn Sigler of "The Sopranos." +BNJF-ZOO4JHMFSPGi5IF4PQSBOPTw Young up-and-comers Gabriel Basso from :PVOHVQBOEDPNFST(BCSJFM#BTTPGSPN "Super 8," Daniel Flaherty from "Skins" i4VQFS w%BOJFM'MBIFSUZGSPNi4LJOTw and Nathan Keyes from "Ben 10" fill the BOE/BUIBO,FZFTGSPNi#FOwmMMUIF lead roles of three island boys confrontMFBESPMFTPGUISFFJTMBOECPZTDPOGSPOU ing the possibility of leaving home - and a JOHUIFQPTTJCJMJUZPGMFBWJOHIPNFoBOEB dark secret. EBSLTFDSFU "We just have amazing young talent," i8FKVTUIBWFBNB[JOHZPVOHUBMFOU w said Strunk, who described the film as TBJE4USVOL XIPEFTDSJCFEUIFmMNBT "Stand by Me" crossed with "Mystic i4UBOECZ.FwDSPTTFEXJUIi.ZTUJD River." "Making a movie with a young 3JWFSwi.BLJOHBNPWJFXJUIBZPVOH person that's going to be a big star is just QFSTPOUIBUTHPJOHUPCFBCJHTUBSJTKVTU a gift." BHJGUw "Anatomy of the Tide" is wrapping up i"OBUPNZPGUIF5JEFwJTXSBQQJOHVQ its 30-day shoot, and looks to hit theaters JUTEBZTIPPU BOEMPPLTUPIJUUIFBUFST next year. In addition to his aspirations for OFYUZFBS*OBEEJUJPOUPIJTBTQJSBUJPOTGPS his movie, Strunk hopes Maine reaches IJTNPWJF 4USVOLIPQFT.BJOFSFBDIFT out to its filmmaking community. PVUUPJUTmMNNBLJOHDPNNVOJUZ "Maine is the best movie set in the i.BJOFJTUIFCFTUNPWJFTFUJOUIF world," he says, "and we're going to prove XPSME wIFTBZT iBOEXFSFHPJOHUPQSPWF it in this movie." JUJOUIJTNPWJFw Dennis Perkins is a Portland freelance writer. 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaO>]`bZO\RT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`

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“GREEN LANTERN,” starring Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. Just when you think they’ve run out of old-school superheroes to immortalize on the big screen, here comes “Green Lantern,” he of the emerald tights and the magical ring, brought to life by Reynolds. Something of an underperformer, “Lantern” actually does a much better job of capturing the old adventurous spirit of comic books in their heyday than the majority of its bombastic ilk. Rated PG-13. Running time: 1:54 Suggested retail price: DVD $28.98; Blu-ray $35.99 “HORRIBLE BOSSES,” starring Jason Bateman and Charlie Day. Perfectly cast black comedy pits put-upon employees Bateman, Day and “SNL” standout Jason Sudekis against their respective supervisors. Played by a psychotic Kevin Spacey, a clueless Colin Farrell and a hilariously oversexed Jennifer Aniston, “Bosses” make it imminently plain why our heroic trio might want to have them done in, and when they seek assistance from an unprintably named “murder consultant” played by Jamie Foxx, the sick fun begins. Rated R. Running time: 1:38 Suggested retail price: DVD $28.98; Blu-ray $35.99 “THE TREE OF LIFE,” starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn. This lyrical, obscure reflection on childhood and beginnings in general will anger you far less if you’re familiar with the work of director Terrence Malick (“Gates of Heaven”) before taking the plunge. Malick employs breathtaking cinematography and a non-linear storytelling style to convey his messages. If properly approached as a work of visual poetry to be interpreted rather than a straightforward plot, there are moments strewn about “Life” as beautiful and profound as anything seen on screen in the past decade. Rated PG-13. Running time: 2:19 Suggested retail price: DVD $39.99; Blu-ray: $39.99 “ZOOKEEPER,” starring Kevin James and Rosario Dawson. Silly family comedy finds “Zookeeper” James communicating with the animals in an attempt to win back his lady fair (Dawson) from her brutish boyfriend (comic Joe Rogan). Rated PG. Running time: 1:42 Suggested retail price: DVD $30.99; Blu-ray $45.99

“CHUCK: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON,” starring Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski. Genrespanning fun continues the alternately funny and thrilling adventures of electronics store employee turned unwitting CIA agent Chuck, who teams up with fellow agent John (Adam Baldwin of “Firefly”) to hunt down his long-lost mother (Linda Hamilton, “Terminator 2”), thought to be a rogue agent. Not rated; contains language and violence. Running time: 13:37 Suggested retail price: DVD $59.98; Blu-ray $69.97

VIDEOPORT PICKS “BEAUTIFUL BOY,” starring Maria Bello and Michael Sheen. A challenging drama that forces the audience to contemplate every parent’s worst nightmare: A school shooting perpetrated by their own child, who then takes his own life. Bello (“A History of Violence”) and Sheen (“Frost/Nixon”) both deliver mesmerizing performances. Rated R for language and a scene of sexuality. Running time: 1:40 Suggested retail price: DVD $26.98; Blu-ray $29.99 “THE TRIP,” starring Steve Coogan and Robert Brydon. Two of the funniest minds on the British comedy scene today team up for this largely improvised mockumentary. Coogan (“Hamlet 2”) reluctantly partners with Brydon (“Tristram Shandy”) for a tour of five-star restaurants, a noble quest that proves secondary to the real meat of the piece: Extended conversations and arguments between a couple of hugely talented and funny men. An incredibly gifted mimic, Brydon busts out impressions of Michael Caine and Woody Allen that will have you shaking your head in disbelief. Witty, bawdy, and wonderful, it contains some mouthwatering footage of luxuriant meals for you foodies out there to boot. Not rated; contains language. Running time: 1:52 Suggested retail price: $24.98


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)TALIAN(ERITAGE#ENTER Italian Heritage Center

40 Westland Avenue, Portland, Maine 7ESTLAND!VENUE 0ORTLAND -AINE

/0%.(/53% OPEN HOUSE 3ATURDAY /CTOBER  Saturday, October 15, 2011

4HE/PEN(OUSEWILLHAVEBOOTHSTOSHOWALOTOFTHE The Open House will have booths to show a lot of the !CTIVITIESWEHAVETOOFFERDOWNHEREATTHE)TALIAN(ERITAGE#ENTER Activities we have to offer down here at the Italian Heritage Center.  !CTIVITIES -EMBERSHIP #ULTURAL )TALIANBAKING 1) Activities 2) M e m b e r s h i p 3) Cultural 4) Italian b a k i n g 5) E v e n t s / W e d d i n g s 6) Italian Heritage B a n d  %VENTS7EDDINGS )TALIAN(ERITAGE"AND 7) Cultural Exchange with L e t t o m a n o p p e l l o , Italy  #ULTURAL%XCHANGEWITH,ETTOMANOPPELLO )TALY

Open House with Booths /PEN(OUSEWITH"OOTHS Start at 4:00pm - 7:00pm 3TARTATPMnPM FREE Show & Light Snacks at 7:30pm &2%%3HOW,IGHT3NACKSATPM Pasta Dinner Available 4:30 - 6:30pmPP $10pp 0ASTA$INNER!VAILABLEnPM )pen to members and guests and the people of Portlani /PENTOMEMBERSANDGUESTSANDTHEPEOPLEOF0ORTLAND We encourage people to join our wonderful facility 7EENCOURAGEPEOPLETOJOINOURWONDERFULFACILITY


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(2) -AINTAINING Maintaining A a VITAL vital REPOSITORY repository OF of AND and BEING being AN an IMPORTANT important RESOURCE resource FOR for  information about and the Italian experience (3) 3OCIAL Social, INFORMATION ABOUT Italy )TALY AND THE )TALIAN EXPERIENCE in IN America; !MERICA  charitable, BENEVOLENT benevolent, AND and EDUCATIONAL educational ENDEAVORS endeavors;  (4) 4EACHING Teaching THE the )TALIAN Italian CHARITABLE language AND and THE the HISTORY history OF of )TALY Italy AND and )TALIAN Italian IMMIGRATION immigration TO to -AINE Maine AND and LANGUAGE offering INSTRUCTION instruction ON on THE the SIGNIlCANT significant contributions made TO to THE the OFFERING CONTRIBUTIONS Italians )TALIANS have HAVE MADE Arts, 3CIENCES Sciences AND and (UMANITIES Humanities; AND and  (5) &OSTERING Fostering THE the SHARING sharing AND and HANDLING handling !RTS down OF of CUSTOMS customs, TRADITIONS traditions AND and CUISINE cuisine FROM from GENERATION generation TO to GENERATION generation. DOWN " We are working VERY HARD to preserve our heritage and culture. v7EAREWORKING6%29(!2$TOPRESERVEOURHERITAGEANDCULTURE The show is FREE and we will offer a cash bar, to promote our 4HESHOWIS&2%%ANDWEWILLOFFERACASHBAR TOPROMOTEOUR CULTUREANDHERITAGEANDHOPEFULLYENCOURAGEALOTOFPEOPLETO culture and heritage and hopefully encourage a lot of people to */).OURMEMBERSHIPANDGREAT#ENTER JOIN our membership and great Center. 0LEASECALL#AMMY2EALI  Please call Cammy Reali. (207) 939 8570 Invite all your friends. You can be any ethnic background to join )NVITEALLYOURFRIENDS9OUCANBEANYETHNICBACKGROUNDTOJOIN ORTOCOMETOTHE#%.4%27EWELCOMEYOUTOCOMESEEOURFACILITY or to come to the CENTER. We welcome you to come see our facility ANDTAKEALOOKATWHATWEHAVETOOFFER and take a look at what we have to offer. 

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a pioneer in using the Internet to market a BQJPOFFSJOVTJOHUIF*OUFSOFUUPNBSLFUB film and a ubiquitous cultural phenomenon. mMNBOEBVCJRVJUPVTDVMUVSBMQIFOPNFOPO On a side note, you could have offered me 0OBTJEFOPUF ZPVDPVMEIBWFPGGFSFENF $10,000 to walk home through the woods  UPXBMLIPNFUISPVHIUIFXPPET Continued from P a g e E13 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3! after seeing this film, and I wouldn't have BGUFSTFFJOHUIJTmMN BOE*XPVMEOUIBWF done it. misunderstood, these films did nothing less EPOFJU NJTVOEFSTUPPE UIFTFmMNTEJEOPUIJOHMFTT "Clerks" (1994): Kevin Smith's "guy from i$MFSLTw  ,FWJO4NJUITiHVZGSPN than open the country's (and black filmUIBOPQFOUIFDPVOUSZT BOECMBDLmMN Jersey working out some stuff while mak+FSTFZXPSLJOHPVUTPNFTUVGGXIJMFNBL makers') eyes to the possibilities for "black NBLFST FZFTUPUIFQPTTJCJMJUJFTGPSiCMBDL ing rude jokes" routine has tired a bit, so cinema." 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Macy and Julianne Moore (all emergUPFYQPTFUIF.1""TIZQPDSJTZUPXJEFS ).BDZBOE+VMJBOOF.PPSF BMMFNFSH scrutiny), all taking place when the outlets for ing as go-to stars), and unexpected triumTDSVUJOZ BMMUBLJOHQMBDFXIFOUIFPVUMFUTGPS JOHBTHPUPTUBST BOEVOFYQFDUFEUSJVN independent film were virtually nonexistent phal performances by Burt Reynolds and JOEFQFOEFOUmMNXFSFWJSUVBMMZOPOFYJTUFOU QIBMQFSGPSNBODFTCZ#VSU3FZOPMETBOE - "Clerks" defined the modern indie-film Mark Wahlberg (when most still called him oi$MFSLTwEFmOFEUIFNPEFSOJOEJFmMN .BSL8BIMCFSH XIFONPTUTUJMMDBMMFEIJN movement. And it's still damned funny. 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essica Tomlinson tells a story FTTJDB5PNMJOTPOUFMMTBTUPSZ about what it was like in PortBCPVUXIBUJUXBTMJLFJO1PSU land in the mid-1990s. MBOEJOUIFNJET She and a friend ran an art 4IFBOEBGSJFOESBOBOBSU gallery on Avon Street, between HBMMFSZPO"WPO4USFFU CFUXFFO Congress Street and Cumber$POHSFTT4USFFUBOE$VNCFS land Avenue by the Portland MBOE"WFOVFCZUIF1PSUMBOE Museum of Art. Back then, .VTFVNPG"SU#BDLUIFO  aside from few other galleries in BTJEFGSPNGFXPUIFSHBMMFSJFTJO town, there was just one coffee UPXO UIFSFXBTKVTUPOFDPGGFF shop, near the Maine Lobsterman statue TIPQ OFBSUIF.BJOF-PCTUFSNBOTUBUVF on the edge of the Old Port. POUIFFEHFPGUIF0ME1PSU Tomlinson and her friend went for coffee 5PNMJOTPOBOEIFSGSJFOEXFOUGPSDPGGFF most Sunday mornings. NPTU4VOEBZNPSOJOHT "We had this game that we played. We i8FIBEUIJTHBNFUIBUXFQMBZFE8F would walk from Joe's Smoke Shop down XPVMEXBMLGSPN+PFT4NPLF4IPQEPXO to the Lobsterman, and we would walk UPUIF-PCTUFSNBO BOEXFXPVMEXBML down the yellow line of Congress Street EPXOUIFZFMMPXMJOFPG$POHSFTT4USFFU to see how far we could get," said TomlinUPTFFIPXGBSXFDPVMEHFU wTBJE5PNMJO son, who does marketing and promotions TPO XIPEPFTNBSLFUJOHBOEQSPNPUJPOT for Maine College of Art. GPS.BJOF$PMMFHFPG"SU "Many times, we could make it all the i.BOZUJNFT XFDPVMENBLFJUBMMUIF way without a problem. That was ConXBZXJUIPVUBQSPCMFN5IBUXBT$PO gress Street in the '90s. There wasn't HSFTT4USFFUJOUIFT5IFSFXBTOU much around then. It felt like tumbleNVDIBSPVOEUIFO*UGFMUMJLFUVNCMF weeds going down the street." XFFETHPJOHEPXOUIFTUSFFUw That was 1994. By the end of the decade, 5IBUXBT#ZUIFFOEPGUIFEFDBEF  downtown felt like a very different place, EPXOUPXOGFMUMJLFBWFSZEJGGFSFOUQMBDF  and a lot of people believe the visual and BOEBMPUPGQFPQMFCFMJFWFUIFWJTVBMBOE performing arts had a lot to do with the QFSGPSNJOHBSUTIBEBMPUUPEPXJUIUIF revival of Congress Street. Today, arts and SFWJWBMPG$POHSFTT4USFFU5PEBZ BSUTBOE culture account for some $28 million in DVMUVSFBDDPVOUGPSTPNFNJMMJPOJO

economic activity in Portland, according a FDPOPNJDBDUJWJUZJO1PSUMBOE BDDPSEJOHB survey by Americans for the Arts. TVSWFZCZ"NFSJDBOTGPSUIF"SUT Think about it. 5IJOLBCPVUJU Back then, there was no First Friday Art #BDLUIFO UIFSFXBTOP'JSTU'SJEBZ"SU Walk. That didn't begin until 2000. 8BML5IBUEJEOUCFHJOVOUJM Merrill Auditorium did not reopen as a .FSSJMM"VEJUPSJVNEJEOPUSFPQFOBTB classy theater until 1997. DMBTTZUIFBUFSVOUJM

The State Theatre got its first significant 5IF4UBUF5IFBUSFHPUJUTmSTUTJHOJmDBOU redo in the mid-'90s. SFEPJOUIFNJET The Portland Museum of Art, which 5IF1PSUMBOE.VTFVNPG"SU XIJDI opened its new building in 1983, hit its PQFOFEJUTOFXCVJMEJOHJO IJUJUT stride in the '90s thanks largely to the TUSJEFJOUIFTUIBOLTMBSHFMZUPUIF leadership of former director Daniel E. MFBEFSTIJQPGGPSNFSEJSFDUPS%BOJFM& O'Leary, who came to the museum from 0-FBSZ XIPDBNFUPUIFNVTFVNGSPN Minneapolis in 1993. .JOOFBQPMJTJO MECA began its move into a renovated .&$"CFHBOJUTNPWFJOUPBSFOPWBUFE Porteous Building in 1996. Until MECA 1PSUFPVT#VJMEJOHJO6OUJM.&$" worked out a deal to occupy the former XPSLFEPVUBEFBMUPPDDVQZUIFGPSNFS department store, the city seriously EFQBSUNFOUTUPSF UIFDJUZTFSJPVTMZ weighed a proposal to turn the building XFJHIFEBQSPQPTBMUPUVSOUIFCVJMEJOH into a five-floor flea market. JOUPBmWFnPPSnFBNBSLFU "In a lot of ways, the arts saved Portland i*OBMPUPGXBZT UIFBSUTTBWFE1PSUMBOE in the 1990s," said Andres Verzosa, owner JOUIFT wTBJE"OESFT7FS[PTB PXOFS of Aucocisco Galleries, which opened PG"VDPDJTDP(BMMFSJFT XIJDIPQFOFE in spring 2000. "It was an interesting JOTQSJOHi*UXBTBOJOUFSFTUJOH time. The scene was pretty sleepy, and UJNF5IFTDFOFXBTQSFUUZTMFFQZ BOE Congress Street was pretty dreary. It felt $POHSFTT4USFFUXBTQSFUUZESFBSZ*UGFMU more like a ground-up opportunity. There NPSFMJLFBHSPVOEVQPQQPSUVOJUZ5IFSF were no economic development programs XFSFOPFDPOPNJDEFWFMPQNFOUQSPHSBNT for the arts, and no one was talking about GPSUIFBSUT BOEOPPOFXBTUBMLJOHBCPVU the creative economy." UIFDSFBUJWFFDPOPNZw Eventually, those conversations began. &WFOUVBMMZ UIPTFDPOWFSTBUJPOTCFHBO After years of study and consultations, "GUFSZFBSTPGTUVEZBOEDPOTVMUBUJPOT  the city council adopted a plan to estabUIFDJUZDPVODJMBEPQUFEBQMBOUPFTUBC lish the Arts District. A community-based MJTIUIF"SUT%JTUSJDU"DPNNVOJUZCBTFE cultural organization, Portland Arts and DVMUVSBMPSHBOJ[BUJPO 1PSUMBOE"SUTBOE Cultural Alliance, emerged with city fund$VMUVSBM"MMJBODF FNFSHFEXJUIDJUZGVOE ing at $80,000 a year. Today, the city funds JOHBU BZFBS5PEBZ UIFDJUZGVOET PACA to the tune of $5,000. 1"$"UPUIFUVOFPG  Please see ARTS, PageE22 Gc\Xj\j\\/@BAGX^\<))

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4UBGG8SJUFS Staff Writer *GZPVMJLFEBODF ZPVXJMMMPWFUIJT If you like dance, you will love this weekend. Both primary ballet companies XFFLFOE#PUIQSJNBSZCBMMFUDPNQBOJFT in greater Portland offer performances JOHSFBUFS1PSUMBOEPGGFSQFSGPSNBODFT featuring original choreography. GFBUVSJOHPSJHJOBMDIPSFPHSBQIZ 1PSUMBOE#BMMFUSFWJWFTJUTPSJHJOBM Portland Ballet revives its original interpretation of the Washington Irving JOUFSQSFUBUJPOPGUIF8BTIJOHUPO*SWJOH tale "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" at UBMFi5IF-FHFOEPG4MFFQZ)PMMPXwBU 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday at the Westbrook BOEQN4BUVSEBZBUUIF8FTUCSPPL Performing Arts Center. Maine State 1FSGPSNJOH"SUT$FOUFS.BJOF4UBUF Ballet presents its version of the classic #BMMFUQSFTFOUTJUTWFSTJPOPGUIFDMBTTJD story "Hansel & Gretel" at 1 and 4 p.m. TUPSZi)BOTFM(SFUFMwBUBOEQN Saturday and Oct. 22 at its theater in 4BUVSEBZBOE0DUBUJUTUIFBUFSJO Falmouth. 'BMNPVUI Both feature large casts, high produc#PUIGFBUVSFMBSHFDBTUT IJHIQSPEVD tion values and family-focused entertainUJPOWBMVFTBOEGBNJMZGPDVTFEFOUFSUBJO ment. NFOU "I like doing something kid-friendly in i*MJLFEPJOHTPNFUIJOHLJEGSJFOEMZJO the fall," said Maine State artistic direcUIFGBMM wTBJE.BJOF4UBUFBSUJTUJDEJSFD tor Linda MacArthur Miele. UPS-JOEB.BD"SUIVS.JFMF Portland Ballet artistic director Eu1PSUMBOE#BMMFUBSUJTUJDEJSFDUPS&V genia O'Brien described her show as HFOJB0#SJFOEFTDSJCFEIFSTIPXBT "appropriate for children and adults, but iBQQSPQSJBUFGPSDIJMESFOBOEBEVMUT CVU it is not a children's production per se. It JUJTOPUBDIJMESFOTQSPEVDUJPOQFSTF*U is family friendly." JTGBNJMZGSJFOEMZw Miele choreographed "Hansel & .JFMFDIPSFPHSBQIFEi)BOTFM Gretel" and set it to music that she bor(SFUFMwBOETFUJUUPNVTJDUIBUTIFCPS rowed from the Engelbert Humperdinck SPXFEGSPNUIF&OHFMCFSU)VNQFSEJODL opera, as well as other music by comPQFSB BTXFMMBTPUIFSNVTJDCZDPN poser Adolphe Adam. It includes a cast QPTFS"EPMQIF"EBN*UJODMVEFTBDBTU of about 50 dancers and a large intricate PGBCPVUEBODFSTBOEBMBSHFJOUSJDBUF set. TFU While "Hansel & Gretel" includes some 8IJMFi)BOTFM(SFUFMwJODMVEFTTPNF classical ballet, it also requires the dancDMBTTJDBMCBMMFU JUBMTPSFRVJSFTUIFEBOD ers to act their parts with pantomime FSTUPBDUUIFJSQBSUTXJUIQBOUPNJNF and other techniques. "It has a lot of actBOEPUIFSUFDIOJRVFTi*UIBTBMPUPGBDU ing, which is really fun," said 13-year-old JOH XIJDIJTSFBMMZGVO wTBJEZFBSPME Alyssa Bryan of North Waterboro, who "MZTTB#SZBOPG/PSUI8BUFSCPSP XIP dances the role of Gretel. "It's pretty EBODFTUIFSPMFPG(SFUFMi*UTQSFUUZ challenging. It's a little bit demanding DIBMMFOHJOH*UTBMJUUMFCJUEFNBOEJOH for the acting, but it's really fun." GPSUIFBDUJOH CVUJUTSFBMMZGVOw For Portland Ballet, Saturday's presen'PS1PSUMBOE#BMMFU 4BUVSEBZTQSFTFO tation of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" UBUJPOPGi5IF-FHFOEPG4MFFQZ)PMMPXw represents the second time it has staged SFQSFTFOUTUIFTFDPOEUJNFJUIBTTUBHFE the dance in a year. Resident choreogUIFEBODFJOBZFBS3FTJEFOUDIPSFPH rapher Nell Shipman created the show SBQIFS/FMM4IJQNBODSFBUFEUIFTIPX with music by Kirt Mosier. An orchestra, XJUINVTJDCZ,JSU.PTJFS"OPSDIFTUSB  conducted by Robert Lehmann, will acDPOEVDUFECZ3PCFSU-FINBOO XJMMBD company. DPNQBOZ Portland Ballet will present the show at 1PSUMBOE#BMMFUXJMMQSFTFOUUIFTIPXBU the Westbrook Performing Arts Center, a UIF8FTUCSPPL1FSGPSNJOH"SUT$FOUFS B new 1,000-seat theater. OFX TFBUUIFBUFS "We needed a little more space for the i8FOFFEFEBMJUUMFNPSFTQBDFGPSUIF dancers to feel they could expand the EBODFSTUPGFFMUIFZDPVMEFYQBOEUIF movements enough to make it delicious NPWFNFOUTFOPVHIUPNBLFJUEFMJDJPVT for them physically and to make it look GPSUIFNQIZTJDBMMZBOEUPNBLFJUMPPL like pure joy for the audience," O'Brien MJLFQVSFKPZGPSUIFBVEJFODF w0#SJFO said. TBJE Although it's thoroughly modern, "The "MUIPVHIJUTUIPSPVHIMZNPEFSO i5IF Legend of Sleepy Hollow" has the feel of -FHFOEPG4MFFQZ)PMMPXwIBTUIFGFFMPG a classical ballet. BDMBTTJDBMCBMMFU "We are telling Washington Irving's i8FBSFUFMMJOH8BTIJOHUPO*SWJOHT story through movement," O'Brien said. TUPSZUISPVHINPWFNFOU w0#SJFOTBJE "We see it as something that talks about i8FTFFJUBTTPNFUIJOHUIBUUBMLTBCPVU love, but also about peer pressure and MPWF CVUBMTPBCPVUQFFSQSFTTVSFBOE choices made as adults that impact who DIPJDFTNBEFBTBEVMUTUIBUJNQBDUXIP you are and how you live your life." ZPVBSFBOEIPXZPVMJWFZPVSMJGFw

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TODAY Portland Conservatory of Music Noonday Concert, with soprano Christina Astrachan, pianist Frank Glazer and mezzo-soprano Jennifer Carol Hansen, First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland. Free. 775-3356. 12:15 p.m.

SUNDAY Band of Liberty New England Winds Quintet, Air Force band, First Congregational Church, Bridgton. Free. 647-3936. 4 p.m. Bridget Convey and Chiharu Naruse, duo piano concert, Jewett Auditorium, Augusta. $10; $5 students; free for ages 12 and under. 621-3551. 2 p.m. Pianist Laura Kargul, Liszt program, First Church, Belfast. Free/donation. ďŹ 3 p.m. Bay Chamber Music All Stars Concert, violin, viola, cello and piano, Rockport Opera House. $30 to $40; $8 for ages 18 and under. 236-2823. 4 p.m.


n THEATER â&#x20AC;&#x153;Miss Saigon,â&#x20AC;? modern musical variation of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Madame ButterďŹ&#x201A;yâ&#x20AC;? set in Vietnam, Ogunquit Playhouse. $42.50 to $69. 646-5511. 2:30 and 8 p.m. today; 8 p.m. Friday; 3:30 and 8:30 p.m. Saturday; 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday; 2:30 and 8 p.m. Wednesday and Oct. 20. Through Oct. 23. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Morini Strad,â&#x20AC;? drama about a violinist and her relationship with a violin maker, Portland Stage Company. $27 to $39; $15 for students. 7:30 p.m. today and Friday; 4 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Oct. 20. Through Oct. 23. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bad Dates,â&#x20AC;? comedy about a single mother starting to date again, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $15 to $25. 7 p.m. today; 7:30 p.m. Friday; 3 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lieutenant of Inishmore,â&#x20AC;? Martin McDonaghâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s black comedy by Mad Horse Theatre, Lucid Stage, Portland. $22; $20 for students and seniors. 7:30 p.m. today; 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20. Through Oct. 23. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Long Voyage Home: Sea Plays by Eugene Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill,â&#x20AC;? by American Irish Repertory Ensemble, Portland Stage Company (Studio Theater). $12.

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Mad Horse Theatre continues â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Lieutenant of Inishmoreâ&#x20AC;? this weekend and next at Lucid Stage in Portland. version of classic comedy, Nasson Community Center (Little Theatre), Springvale. $8, $10. 4323394. 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday. Through Oct. 23. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Lion in Winter,â&#x20AC;? ďŹ ctional drama about King Henry II and his treacherous wife by Studio Theatre of Bath, Chocolate Church Arts Center, Bath. $13, $15. 442-8455. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Through Oct. 23. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Getting Old Isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t for the Faint of Heart,â&#x20AC;? Center Stage Production, Theater Project, Brunswick. $5. 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Around the World in 80 Days,â&#x20AC;? comedy based on Jules Verne novel and classic 1956 ďŹ lm, Public Theatre, Lewiston. $18; $5 ages 18 and younger. 782-3200. 7:30 p.m. Friday; 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Through Oct. 23. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Bingo Spells Murder,â&#x20AC;? murder mystery by Mystery for Hire, Senator Inn and Spa, Augusta. $40; includes show and meal. 622-8800, Ext. 285. Doors at 6 p.m., show at 7 p.m. Saturday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Peter Pumpkin Eater,â&#x20AC;? Fairy Tale Players production, Acorn Studios, Westbrook. $7; $5 ages 12 and under. 854-0065. 11 a.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Through Oct. 30. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A Midsummer Nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Dream,â&#x20AC;? Shakespeare play, College of the Atlantic (Gates Center), Bar Harbor. $10. 288-5015. 7 p.m. Saturday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thom Pain (Based on Nothing),â&#x20AC;? Mad Horse Theater â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dark Nightsâ&#x20AC;? series, Lucid Stage, Portland. $10 or pay what you can. 7:30 p.m. Monday to Wednesday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Ancestral Voices,â&#x20AC;? play about three generations of a family in Buffalo during the 1930s and â&#x20AC;&#x2122;40s, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $15 to $25. 885-5883. 7 p.m. Wednesday. Through Oct. 23.

n AUDITIONS â&#x20AC;&#x153;Best Christmas Pageant Ever,â&#x20AC;? Chocolate Church Arts Center (Curtis Room Annex), Bath. 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday.

n ART MUSEUMS OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS â&#x20AC;&#x153;25: Selections from the Permanent Collection,â&#x20AC;? celebrating the museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 25th anniversary, Bates College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. Opens Friday. Through Dec. 17. 786-6158.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,â&#x20AC;? by Portland Ballet Company, Westbrook Performing Arts Center. $35; $25 for ages 18 and under. 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hansel and Gretel,â&#x20AC;? Humperdinkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s famous opera, Maine State Ballet Theater, Falmouth. $15. 781-3587. 1 and 4 p.m. Saturday. Through Oct. 22. BoSoma Dance Company of Boston, Gould Academy (Bingham Auditorium), Bethel. $5 to $10. 824-3575.

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FRIDAY Dutch Master Pianist Michiel Roosen, Rockport Opera House. $45. 236-7008 5 p.m.; champagne cocktail at 4 p.m. Pianist Laura Kargul, Liszt program, University of Southern Maine (Corthell Concert Hall), Gorham. $15; $10 seniors and students. 780-5555. 8 p.m.







Continued from Page E21 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3  CONTINUING #/.4).5).' 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RTh4HE$OROTHYAND Portland Museum of Art: "The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty (ERBERT6OGEL#OLLECTION&IFTY7ORKSFOR&IFTY States," collection of drawings, paintings, 3TATES vCOLLECTIONOFDRAWINGS PAINTINGS sculptures, photographs and prints by artists SCULPTURES PHOTOGRAPHSANDPRINTSBYARTISTS mainly working in the U.S., through Oct. 23; MAINLYWORKINGINTHE53 THROUGH/CT "Madeleine de Sinety: Photographs," photos of h-ADELEINEDE3INETY0HOTOGRAPHS vPHOTOSOF everyday people and public events over a 40-year EVERYDAYPEOPLEANDPUBLICEVENTSOVERA YEAR period, through Dec. 18. PERIOD THROUGH$ECPORTLANDMUSEUMORG University of New England Art Gallery, Portland: 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND!RT'ALLERY 0ORTLAND "Children's Book Illustrators," original work by h#HILDRENS"OOK)LLUSTRATORS vORIGINALWORKBY Maurice Sendak, Dr. Seuss, Jules Feiffer, Eric -AURICE3ENDAK $R3EUSS *ULES&EIFFER %RIC Carle, Leonard Baskin, E.B. Lewis, Barbara #ARLE ,EONARD"ASKIN %",EWIS "ARBARA Cooney and more, through Oct. 30. #OONEYANDMORE THROUGH/CTUNEEDU artgallery/childrensbook.cfm ARTGALLERYCHILDRENSBOOKCFM Museum of African Culture, Portland: "Life on the -USEUMOF!FRICAN#ULTURE 0ORTLANDh,IFEONTHE Shores of Lake Victoria," paintings of street artist 3HORESOF,AKE6ICTORIA vPAINTINGSOFSTREETARTIST collective including the work of Vincent Ouma, COLLECTIVEINCLUDINGTHEWORKOF6INCENT/UMA Erick Ayoti and Seth Amollo, through Nov. 30. %RICK!YOTIAND3ETH!MOLLO THROUGH.OV 871-7188.   Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay: #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY "Toki Oshima: We Live in Maine," multi-media, h4OKI/SHIMA7E,IVEIN-AINE vMULTI MEDIA through Nov. 14. 633-4333. THROUGH.OV  Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICK "Edward Hopper's Maine," paintings of Maine h%DWARD(OPPERS-AINE vPAINTINGSOF-AINE scenes, through Sunday; "Along theYangzi River: SCENES THROUGH3UNDAYh!LONGTHE9ANGZI2IVER Regional Culture of the Bronze Age from Hunan," 2EGIONAL#ULTUREOFTHE"RONZE!GEFROM(UNAN v 60 bronze vessels and monumental bells cast in BRONZEVESSELSANDMONUMENTALBELLSCASTIN southern China between 1300 B.C.E. and 221 SOUTHERN#HINABETWEEN"#%AND B.C.E., through Jan. 8. "#% THROUGH*ANBOWDOINEDU Saco Museum: "Drawn from the River: Drawings 3ACO-USEUMh$RAWNFROMTHE2IVER$RAWINGS by Artists of the Saco River Valley"; Christy BY!RTISTSOFTHE3ACO2IVER6ALLEYv#HRISTY Bergland: "Late Seasons of Great Pond"; and "ERGLANDh,ATE3EASONSOF'REAT0ONDvAND "Two Hundred Years of the Academy: Thornton h4WO(UNDRED9EARSOFTHE!CADEMY4HORNTON Academy Bicentennial Exhibition," documents, !CADEMY"ICENTENNIAL%XHIBITION vDOCUMENTS artifacts and photos; all through Nov. 13. dyer ARTIFACTSANDPHOTOSALLTHROUGH.OVDYER LIBRARYSACOMUSEUMORG

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In time, the Arts District nourished. *OUJNF UIF"SUT%JTUSJDUnPVSJTIFE Most people point to MECA's move into a .PTUQFPQMFQPJOUUP.&$"TNPWFJOUPB central building in the heart of the city as DFOUSBMCVJMEJOHJOUIFIFBSUPGUIFDJUZBT the linchpin for change. Roger Gilmore, UIFMJODIQJOGPSDIBOHF3PHFS(JMNPSF  MECA's visionary former president, .&$"TWJTJPOBSZGPSNFSQSFTJEFOU  receives credit for having the foresight to SFDFJWFTDSFEJUGPSIBWJOHUIFGPSFTJHIUUP push the plan. QVTIUIFQMBO With an arts school downtown, the city 8JUIBOBSUTTDIPPMEPXOUPXO UIFDJUZ became vibrant. Young people moved in. CFDBNFWJCSBOU:PVOHQFPQMFNPWFEJO Galleries opened, and many succeeded. (BMMFSJFTPQFOFE BOENBOZTVDDFFEFE The visual arts were key in incubating 5IFWJTVBMBSUTXFSFLFZJOJODVCBUJOH an economic revival, but they were not BOFDPOPNJDSFWJWBM CVUUIFZXFSFOPU alone. Portland has had a strong music BMPOF1PSUMBOEIBTIBEBTUSPOHNVTJD scene going back to the '60s. And the TDFOFHPJOHCBDLUPUIFT"OEUIF city's performing arts organizations have DJUZTQFSGPSNJOHBSUTPSHBOJ[BUJPOTIBWF been solid for generations. CFFOTPMJEGPSHFOFSBUJPOT But the theater scene gelled in the #VUUIFUIFBUFSTDFOFHFMMFEJOUIF 1990s when Mike Levine and his cronies TXIFO.JLF-FWJOFBOEIJTDSPOJFT opened a community-based theater on PQFOFEBDPNNVOJUZCBTFEUIFBUFSPO Oak Street. Levine came to town from 0BL4USFFU-FWJOFDBNFUPUPXOGSPN Boston in 1991 to work at Portland Stage, #PTUPOJOUPXPSLBU1PSUMBOE4UBHF  taking off on his own in 1994 to open Oak UBLJOHPGGPOIJTPXOJOUPPQFO0BL Street, which offered performance space 4USFFU XIJDIPGGFSFEQFSGPSNBODFTQBDF to community groups. UPDPNNVOJUZHSPVQT Instead of competing with one another, *OTUFBEPGDPNQFUJOHXJUIPOFBOPUIFS  theater companies cooperated, and their UIFBUFSDPNQBOJFTDPPQFSBUFE BOEUIFJS numbers grew. In the early 1990s, there OVNCFSTHSFX*OUIFFBSMZT UIFSF were fewer than a half-dozen professional XFSFGFXFSUIBOBIBMGEP[FOQSPGFTTJPOBM

h!RTTHAT4ICKS vCLOCKSCREATEDFROMFOUND "Art that Ticks," clocks created from found objects by Nan McCurrach, Ann Slocum and Pat OBJECTSBY.AN-C#URRACH !NN3LOCUMAND0AT Spock, Gallery Framing, Brunswick. 729-9108. 3POCK 'ALLERY&RAMING "RUNSWICK  Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. 2ECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY "Carnet de Voyage," travel journals in multih#ARNETDE6OYAGE vTRAVELJOURNALSINMULTI media from a COA course in Vichy, College of MEDIAFROMA#/!COURSEIN6ICHY #OLLEGEOF the Atlantic (Ethel H. Blum Gallery), Bar Harbor. THE!TLANTIC%THEL("LUM'ALLERY "AR(ARBOR Opens Saturday. Through Oct. 26. 288-5015. /PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH/CT  Lukaduke Fuller and Andy Curran, paintings, ,UKADUKE&ULLERAND!NDY#URRAN PAINTINGS Cooper & Bull law offices, Westbrook. 591-5747. #OOPER"ULLLAWOFlCES 7ESTBROOK  Reception, 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday. 2ECEPTION TOPM7EDNESDAY #/.4).5).' CONTINUING June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA, Portland: *UNE&ITZPATRICK'ALLERYAT-%#! 0ORTLAND "Drawing the Line #8," drawings, through Oct. h$RAWINGTHE,INE vDRAWINGS THROUGH/CT 27. 699-5083.   Rose Contemporary, Portland: "Intimate Ab2OSE#ONTEMPORARY 0ORTLANDh)NTIMATE!B straction," work by nine artists who explore the STRACTION vWORKBYNINEARTISTSWHOEXPLORETHE fundamentals of image making on a smaller scale, FUNDAMENTALSOFIMAGEMAKINGONASMALLERSCALE through Oct. 29. 780-0700. THROUGH/CT  Greenhut Galleries, Portland: Mary Bourke: 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND-ARY"OURKE "Standing in Place," acrylic paintings, through h3TANDINGIN0LACE vACRYLICPAINTINGS THROUGH Oct. 29. 772-2693. /CT  Grapheteria Gallery, Portland: "Sicilia," Sicilian 'RAPHETERIA'ALLERY 0ORTLANDh3ICILIA v3ICILIAN photography exhibit, through Oct. 3 1 . 772-3709. PHOTOGRAPHYEXHIBIT THROUGH/CT  Mayo Street Arts, Portland: Jan Piribek, -AYO3TREET!RTS 0ORTLAND*AN0IRIBEK "(EN)CODED LANDSCAPES: Walking-inh%. #/$%$,!.$3#!0%37ALKING IN Timespace," through Oct. 26. 4IMESPACE vTHROUGH/CTMAYOSTREETARTSORG Portland Public Library (Lewis Gallery): "Good 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY,EWIS'ALLERY h'OOD Design is Good Business: The Elements of $ESIGNIS'OOD"USINESS4HE%LEMENTSOF Branding," showcase of recent branding work "RANDING vSHOWCASEOFRECENTBRANDINGWORK by Maine graphic designers, through Nov. 28. BY-AINEGRAPHICDESIGNERS THROUGH.OV MAINEAIGAORG University of Southern Maine (Luther Bonney 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE,UTHER"ONNEY Hall), Portland: "Dwelling Place," installation art (ALL 0ORTLANDh$WELLING0LACE vINSTALLATIONART by sculptor Asherah Cinnamon, through Oct. 22. BYSCULPTOR!SHERAH#INNAMON THROUGH/CT USMMAINEEDU Addison Woo I ley Gallery, Portland: Ian Sockloff !DDISON7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDLAN3OCKLOFF and Norm Proulx Bethany Mitchell, silver AND.ORM0ROULX"ETHANY-ITCHELL SILVER gelatin photographs, still life on surfaces and GELATINPHOTOGRAPHS STILLLIFEONSURFACESAND photography, through Oct. 29. 450-8499. PHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH/CT  Harmons & Bartons Gallery, Portland: (ARMONS"ARTONS'ALLERY 0ORTLAND Photographer Stephanie Hatzenbuehler and 0HOTOGRAPHER3TEPHANIE(ATZENBUEHLERAND graphic artist Morgan McAllister DiPietro, through GRAPHICARTIST-ORGAN-C!LLISTER$I0IETRO THROUGH Oct. 3 1 . 774-5948. /CT  Richard Boyd Gallery, Peaks Island: "Diversity," 2ICHARD"OYD'ALLERY 0EAKS)SLANDh$IVERSITY v multi-artist show, through Oct. 30. 712-1097. MULTI ARTISTSHOW THROUGH/CT  University of Southern Maine Art Gallery, 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!RT'ALLERY Gorham: "Engaging Insects: Artists and Scien'ORHAMh%NGAGING)NSECTS!RTISTSAND3CIEN tists," nine artists and scientists, through Nov. 10. TISTS vNINEARTISTSANDSCIENTISTS THROUGH.OV

or semi-professional theater companies PSTFNJQSPGFTTJPOBMUIFBUFSDPNQBOJFT in town. By decade's end, there were JOUPXO#ZEFDBEFTFOE UIFSFXFSF more than a dozen. NPSFUIBOBEP[FO "A lot of people started thinking, 'We can i"MPUPGQFPQMFTUBSUFEUIJOLJOH A8FDBO put on a show too,'" Levine said. QVUPOBTIPXUPP w-FWJOFTBJE Oak Street closed in 2000, offering its 0BL4USFFUDMPTFEJO PGGFSJOHJUT model of community cooperation to the NPEFMPGDPNNVOJUZDPPQFSBUJPOUPUIF St. Lawrence Arts Center on Munjoy Hill. 4U-BXSFODF"SUT$FOUFSPO.VOKPZ)JMM More recently, Lucid Stage on Baxter .PSFSFDFOUMZ -VDJE4UBHFPO#BYUFS Boulevard has adopted a similar ap#PVMFWBSEIBTBEPQUFEBTJNJMBSBQ proach. QSPBDI "Over the course of five years from the i0WFSUIFDPVSTFPGmWFZFBSTGSPNUIF mid- to late-'90s, a lot of activity started NJEUPMBUFT BMPUPGBDUJWJUZTUBSUFE happening in the theater scene that IBQQFOJOHJOUIFUIFBUFSTDFOFUIBU was not happening before," Levine said. XBTOPUIBQQFOJOHCFGPSF w-FWJOFTBJE "We made it easy for people to produce i8FNBEFJUFBTZGPSQFPQMFUPQSPEVDF theater as people got used to the idea of UIFBUFSBTQFPQMFHPUVTFEUPUIFJEFBPG sharing space." TIBSJOHTQBDFw Much has changed in Portland since .VDIIBTDIBOHFEJO1PSUMBOETJODF the 1990s. Despite the recent economic UIFT%FTQJUFUIFSFDFOUFDPOPNJD downturn, it's important that people EPXOUVSO JUTJNQPSUBOUUIBUQFPQMF remain patient and keep the long view in SFNBJOQBUJFOUBOELFFQUIFMPOHWJFXJO mind, Levine said. NJOE -FWJOFTBJE "When you think back, it's amazing the i8IFOZPVUIJOLCBDL JUTBNB[JOHUIF transformation that has happened," he USBOTGPSNBUJPOUIBUIBTIBQQFOFE wIF said. "One gets frustrated at the slow TBJEi0OFHFUTGSVTUSBUFEBUUIFTMPX pace of things, but change like this does QBDFPGUIJOHT CVUDIBOHFMJLFUIJTEPFT not happen overnight." OPUIBQQFOPWFSOJHIUw Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 AbOTTE`WbS`0]P9SgSaQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#% or: ]`( bkeyes@pressherald. com PYSgSa.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: pphbkeyes BeWbbS`(^^VPYSgSa

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hen Mainely Wraps opened on Grand Avenue in Old Orchard Beach earlier this year, it was just for the summer. The shop brought specialty wraps, salads and breakfast burritos to the beach town, feeding tourists down from Canada and up from New York. And the diners liked it. So a new, year-round location opened at the beginning of October in Scarborough, serving the summer staples from OOB and a few new additions. During my recent visit, the sandwich shop was almost empty as it approached lunchtime, aside from an older gentleman taking a sandwich to go and a couple of teenagers chatting at a high-top table. I ordered at the counter and took a seat to wait, scanning the display of enticing baked goods and trying to form a solid excuse not to buy one. Or four. But as the clock went from 11:29 to 11:30 a.m., Mainely Wraps started filling up. All at once, it seemed, the tables were being taken over by locals who filtered in and asked each other, “Have you been here before?” The menu is wrap-centric – hardly a surprise, given the to-the-point Mainely Wraps name. But the 14 or so wrap options might surprise lunchers who have grown used to wraps stuffed with the commonplace. Wraps ($6.89 each) include the Sandy Shore, a tortilla stuffed with crispy bean fritters in a spicy ginger vinaigrette with lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, cucumber and red onion. The Mount Blue boasts a roll of crispy chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, celery and house bleu cheese dressing tossed in a spicy buffalo sauce. The Nubble offers salami, ham, pepperoni, marinated mozzarella with red onion, lettuce, tomatoes and roasted red pepper relish. And seafood fans can sink into a Surfsider filled with solid white tuna, celery, seasoned mayonnaise, lettuce, tomatoes and red onion. But Mainely Wraps isn’t a one-trick, wrap-making pony. It also offers a handful of paninis, soups, salads and even a Knuckle Sandwich – otherwise known as a

MAINELY WRAPS WHERE: 369 U.S. Route 1, Scarborough. 515-2244; HOURS: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday; 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday CHEAPEST GRUB: $5.59 grilled cheese; $5.99 Acadia panini WAIT: About 10 minutes PARKING: Lot right out front HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes RATING: HHHH lobster roll (market price). Amid the paninis is the Islander ($6.89), crafted with grilled chicken, oil and garlicmarinated fresh mozzarella, basil pesto, vine fresh tomato and spinach on ciabatta bread. The Club Sebago ($6.89) is piled with roasted turkey, applewood smoked bacon, smoked provolone and avocado aioli, and topped with fresh tomato and lettuce on ciabatta. The Grilled Cheese panini ($5.59) harkens back to lunches of your youth, and the Old Porter ($6.89) – with its corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut – harkens back to lunches at a New York delicatessen in 1914. As fall takes over, the warming effects of a hearty soup appeal to diners in a way soup never could at the beach. Mainely Wraps’ soups of the day are made and priced daily, and can include vegetable barley, clam chowder, white bean, Italian wedding and others. Newcomers will need to get acquainted with the menu. Luckily for folks who tend to flounder amid too many good choices, there’s the “pick two” option. For $6.89, diners can pair up a cup of soup, a half panini or a small salad. It might take a while for Mainely Wraps’ new regulars to decide which of the wraps ranks highest, and which soup really hits the spot on a cold Wednesday afternoon. But there’s no rush. Mainely Wraps won’t be closing for the season again – and it will hopefully be around for a good long while. The Features staff of the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram anonymously samples meals for about $7.

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its beers to the Great Lost Bear tonight, JUTCFFSTUPUIF(SFBU-PTU#FBSUPOJHIU  and I am planning to drop by. I have yet BOE*BNQMBOOJOHUPESPQCZ*IBWFZFU to have an Oxbow beer, and Sanborn, UPIBWFBO0YCPXCFFS BOE4BOCPSO  Cadoux and Wissemann all had high $BEPVYBOE8JTTFNBOOBMMIBEIJHI praise for them. Adams said he is planQSBJTFGPSUIFN"EBNTTBJEIFJTQMBO ning to bring four different beers, and it OJOHUPCSJOHGPVSEJGGFSFOUCFFST BOEJU will give people a chance to test a range of XJMMHJWFQFPQMFBDIBODFUPUFTUBSBOHFPG what the company is doing. XIBUUIFDPNQBOZJTEPJOH

MARSHALL WHARF BREWING CO., ."34)"--8)"3'#3&8*/($0  1JODIZ-BOF #FMGBTU XJMMIPMEJUTGPVSUI 2 Pinchy Lane, Belfast, will hold its fourth :FBSPG#FFS'FTUPO4BUVSEBZ5IFDPN Year of Beer Fest on Saturday. The comQBOZXJMMCFQPVSJOHPGJUTCFFSTBOE pany will be pouring 33 of its beers and XJMMUBQBHSBWJUZDBTL will tap a gravity cask. .BSTIBMM8IBSG TQSPQFSUZXJMMCF Marshall Wharf's property will be DPWFSFEJOUFOUTJODBTFUIFXFBUIFSJTOU covered in tents in case the weather isn't BTXPOEFSGVMBTJUXBTMBTUXFFLFOE5IF as wonderful as it was last weekend. The DPNQBOZIBEQFPQMFSPMMJOUP#FMGBTU company had 400 people roll into Belfast from across New England for last year's GSPNBDSPTT/FX&OHMBOEGPSMBTUZFBST event. For admission prices and other FWFOU'PSBENJTTJPOQSJDFTBOEPUIFS information, visit JOGPSNBUJPO WJTJUNBSTIBMMXIBSGDPN HERE'S A LITTLE tease for next )&3&4"-*55-&UFBTFGPSOFYU week's column - and you thought they did XFFLTDPMVNOoBOEZPVUIPVHIUUIFZEJE that only on radio and television. Portland UIBUPOMZPOSBEJPBOEUFMFWJTJPO1PSUMBOE is getting a new brewery, Bull Jagger, JTHFUUJOHBOFXCSFXFSZ #VMM+BHHFS  which will specialize in lagers. Allan JagXIJDIXJMMTQFDJBMJ[FJOMBHFST"MMBO+BH ger is the executive, and Tom Bull, who HFSJTUIFFYFDVUJWF BOE5PN#VMM XIP has worked at Stone Coast Brewery and IBTXPSLFEBU4UPOF$PBTU#SFXFSZBOE Gritty McDuff's, will be head brewer. The (SJUUZ.D%VGG T XJMMCFIFBECSFXFS5IF introduction of the beer is scheduled for JOUSPEVDUJPOPGUIFCFFSJTTDIFEVMFEGPS Harvest on the Harbor on Oct. 22. I'll have )BSWFTUPOUIF)BSCPSPO0DU*MMIBWF more details next week. NPSFEFUBJMTOFYUXFFL

RISING TIDE was getting support 3*4*/(5*%&XBTHFUUJOHTVQQPSU from the local beer community at Mama's GSPNUIFMPDBMCFFSDPNNVOJUZBU.BNBT Crowbar. Jon Cadoux of Peak Organic was $SPXCBS+PO$BEPVYPG1FBL0SHBOJDXBT Staff Writer Tom Atwell can be contacted at 791-6362 AbOTTE`WbS`B][/beSZZQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$!$ there, as was Tim Adams of Oxbow BrewUIFSF BTXBT5JN"EBNTPG0YCPX#SFX or at: ]`Ob( ing in Newcastle. JOHJO/FXDBTUMF bObeSZZ.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Oxbow is scheduled to bring several of 0YCPXJTTDIFEVMFEUPCSJOHTFWFSBMPG

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"There's been some really great '90s trends coming back," said i5IFSFTCFFOTPNFSFBMMZHSFBUTUSFOETDPNJOHCBDL wTBJE Laura Ker, who along with her husband, Robert Ker, owns the Find -BVSB,FS XIPBMPOHXJUIIFSIVTCBOE 3PCFSU,FS PXOTUIF'JOE second-hand clothing boutiques in Portland and Scarborough. The TFDPOEIBOEDMPUIJOHCPVUJRVFTJO1PSUMBOEBOE4DBSCPSPVHI5IF Kers hand-select all the items sold in their stores, and only feature ,FSTIBOETFMFDUBMMUIFJUFNTTPMEJOUIFJSTUPSFT BOEPOMZGFBUVSF pieces that speak to modern fashion sensibilities. QJFDFTUIBUTQFBLUPNPEFSOGBTIJPOTFOTJCJMJUJFT One '90s look that is flying off the Find racks is the classic plaid 0OFTMPPLUIBUJTnZJOHPGGUIF'JOESBDLTJTUIFDMBTTJDQMBJE flannel shirt. "Plaid is perfect for Portland," Ker said. "It works nBOOFMTIJSUi1MBJEJTQFSGFDUGPS1PSUMBOE w,FSTBJEi*UXPSLT for men and women, and it's super cozy for fall." GPSNFOBOEXPNFO BOEJUTTVQFSDP[ZGPSGBMMw The difference this time around is that the plaid shirts fit 5IFEJGGFSFODFUIJTUJNFBSPVOEJTUIBUUIFQMBJETIJSUTmU better and are worn buttoned, rather than unbuttoned over a CFUUFSBOEBSFXPSOCVUUPOFE SBUIFSUIBOVOCVUUPOFEPWFSB T-shirt. 5TIJSU The staff at Material Objects in Portland, which sells 5IFTUBGGBU.BUFSJBM0CKFDUTJO1PSUMBOE XIJDITFMMT consignment and new clothing items, is witnessing a DPOTJHONFOUBOEOFXDMPUIJOHJUFNT JTXJUOFTTJOHB similar plaid obsession. TJNJMBSQMBJEPCTFTTJPO "Plaid flannel is the staple of any hipster guy's i1MBJEnBOOFMJTUIFTUBQMFPGBOZIJQTUFSHVZT wardrobe," said Joan Kazilionis, a clerk at MateXBSESPCF wTBJE+PBO,B[JMJPOJT BDMFSLBU.BUF rial Objects. "We get these in all the time, but SJBM0CKFDUTi8FHFUUIFTFJOBMMUIFUJNF CVU they sell really fast." UIFZTFMMSFBMMZGBTUw Kazilionis said plaid skirts from the ,B[JMJPOJTTBJEQMBJETLJSUTGSPNUIF '90s represent another throwback TSFQSFTFOUBOPUIFSUISPXCBDL style that's finding fans once TUZMFUIBUTmOEJOHGBOTPODF again. "This is from the '90s," BHBJOi5IJTJTGSPNUIFT w Please see FASH ION, Gc\Xj\j\\4/A67=< GX^\<*(

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he â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s gave us plenty of good advice. For example: You should never trust a serial-killing cannibal, even if his face mask and straitjacket appear secure and even if heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s articulate and really easy to talk to. Also, while being adored for your talents sounds swell, steer clear of anyone who calls herself your â&#x20AC;&#x153;number one fan.â&#x20AC;? Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll inevitably end up breaking your ankles with a sledgehammer and holding you hostage in her remote cabin, forcing you to write bad ďŹ ction. And even if you and your three bestest friends swear yourselves to secrecy â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and even if it seems like a really good idea at the time â&#x20AC;&#x201C; you should never toss a dead man over a cliff without ďŹ rst making sure that heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not actually still alive and prepared to mount a murderous year-long revenge campaign. Less essential to life-saving, but also important: Scrunchies are scary. The decade was surprisingly educational. If the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;80s were our late-night, cone-brawearing, big-haired best friend who knew how to have a good time, the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s were an older but wiser sister who said, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Take it from me â&#x20AC;&#x201C; if youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re babysitting and the phone rings late at night, let the machine get it.â&#x20AC;? Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re smarter because of the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re smarter because of â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s horror movies. And in homage to the didactic decade that gave us â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Silence of the Lambs,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Miseryâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;I Know What you Did Last Summer,â&#x20AC;? comes the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s SCREAM Halloween Dance Party at Bubbaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sulky Lounge next Saturday, Oct. 22. The event â&#x20AC;&#x201C; another in the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s NITE series organized by Kristen Bartlett and DJ JON â&#x20AC;&#x201C; is zeroing in on the fright ďŹ lms of our youth. Attendees can dance it out to music from the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s while dressed up as their favorite â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s horror-movie character (think â&#x20AC;&#x153;Screamâ&#x20AC;? masks and ďŹ shermen who have hooks for hands and really good memories). Undercover judges will survey the crowd throughout the night to spot the best costumes, and one ultimate winner will walk away with $50 cash. Sure beats being lost in the Maryland woods with nothing but a video camera and a legendary lunatic. Boston-based burlesque performer Miss

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â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s SCREAM HALLOWEEN DANCE PARTY WHEN: 9 p.m. Oct. 22 WHERE: Bubbaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sulky Lounge, 92 Portland St., Portland HOW MUCH: $5 INFO:!/90sNite Madison West will take the stage for a â&#x20AC;&#x153;grotesque but still sexyâ&#x20AC;? performance, and photographer Justin Lumiere will be taking photos in his gore-ďŹ lled photo booth â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a nice way to remember the night, as opposed to â&#x20AC;&#x153;remember that time at that Mexican strip club when we battled vampires until dawn?â&#x20AC;? The â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s NITE happens monthly at Bubbaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, and Halloween-inspired horror themes aside, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always an ideal time to reminisce over the decade that watched many of us come awkwardly of age. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I was kind of aching for a â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s night,â&#x20AC;? said Bartlett, who started the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s NITES three years ago. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s when I grew up; it was my heyday.â&#x20AC;? The event was slow to catch on, she said, but lately people have been embracing the idea. Perhaps enough time has ďŹ nally passed that we can ďŹ nally look back fondly. After all, said Bartlett, the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s are almost vintage. Besides, the past is the past. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not like it can come back to snatch us up and drag us to the underworld. Not unless we chant â&#x20AC;&#x153;Candymanâ&#x20AC;? ďŹ ve times into a mirror. We can thank the â&#x20AC;&#x2122;90s for that useful tutelage. Staff Writer Shannon Bryan can be contacted at 791-6333 or at: Twitter: mainetoday

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