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n Friday, local audiences have the chance to view two O'SJEBZ MPDBMBVEJFODFTIBWFUIFDIBODFUPWJFXUXP silent horror film classics the way they were meant to TJMFOUIPSSPSmMNDMBTTJDTUIFXBZUIFZXFSFNFBOUUP be seen: On the big screen, with live musical accomCFTFFO0OUIFCJHTDSFFO XJUIMJWFNVTJDBMBDDPN paniment. QBOJNFOU The Community House in Ken5IF$PNNVOJUZ)PVTFJO,FO nebunkport will present F.W OFCVOLQPSUXJMMQSFTFOU'8 Murnau's classic take on Drac.VSOBVTDMBTTJDUBLFPO%SBD ula, "Nosferatu," at 7 p.m. ($5; VMB i/PTGFSBUV wBUQN Max Schreck's SJWFSUSFFBSUTPSH .BY4DISFDLT Count Orlok beats Bela Lugosi's $PVOU0SMPLCFBUT#FMB-VHPTJT Dracula hands down, and could %SBDVMBIBOETEPXO BOEDPVME whip any of the whiny "Twilight" XIJQBOZPGUIFXIJOZi5XJMJHIUw vampires with one flick of his WBNQJSFTXJUIPOFnJDLPGIJT gnarled pinky finger. HOBSMFEQJOLZmOHFS Up the road apiece in Portland, 6QUIFSPBEBQJFDFJO1PSUMBOE  the definitive version of "The UIFEFmOJUJWFWFSTJPOPGi5IF Phantom of the Opera" starring Lon Chaney will be ac1IBOUPNPGUIF0QFSBwTUBSSJOH-PO$IBOFZXJMMCFBD companied by the mighty Kotzschmar organ played by DPNQBOJFECZUIFNJHIUZ,PU[TDINBSPSHBOQMBZFECZ Scott Foppaino at Merrill Auditorium. Get there early to 4DPUU'PQQBJOPBU.FSSJMM"VEJUPSJVN(FUUIFSFFBSMZUP watch the Portland Ballet perform "Danse Macabre" beXBUDIUIF1PSUMBOE#BMMFUQFSGPSNi%BOTF.BDBCSFwCF fore the film. ($18 for adults, free for children under 12; GPSFUIFmMN GPSBEVMUT GSFFGPSDIJMESFOVOEFS The thought of seeing the Phantom UJDLFUTQPSUUJYDPN 5IFUIPVHIUPGTFFJOHUIF1IBOUPN unmasked while the Kotzschmar blasts "Toccata and VONBTLFEXIJMFUIF,PU[TDINBSCMBTUTi5PDDBUBBOE Fugue in D Minor" sounds worthy of the cost alone. 'VHVFJO%.JOPSwTPVOETXPSUIZPGUIFDPTUBMPOF If you can't make it to either screening, I highly recom*GZPVDBOUNBLFJUUPFJUIFSTDSFFOJOH *IJHIMZSFDPN mend you rent them on DVD, along with these horror NFOEZPVSFOUUIFNPO%7% BMPOHXJUIUIFTFIPSSPS classics from the silent era: DMBTTJDTGSPNUIFTJMFOUFSB "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (1923): Along with i5IF)VODICBDLPG/PUSF%BNFw  "MPOHXJUI "Phantom," this film remains Chaney's best-known i1IBOUPN wUIJTmMNSFNBJOT$IBOFZTCFTULOPXO work, and elevated him from character actor to movie XPSL BOEFMFWBUFEIJNGSPNDIBSBDUFSBDUPSUPNPWJF star. Decades before CGI, Chaney transformed himself TUBS%FDBEFTCFGPSF$(* $IBOFZUSBOTGPSNFEIJNTFMG into the malformed Quasimodo via painful wardrobe JOUPUIFNBMGPSNFE2VBTJNPEPWJBQBJOGVMXBSESPCF and makeup techniques (including putting an eggshell BOENBLFVQUFDIOJRVFT JODMVEJOHQVUUJOHBOFHHTIFMM membrane into one eye), and managed to elicit both NFNCSBOFJOUPPOFFZF BOENBOBHFEUPFMJDJUCPUI sympathy and fright with his performance. TZNQBUIZBOEGSJHIUXJUIIJTQFSGPSNBODF "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" (1920): Considered i5IF$BCJOFUPG%S$BMJHBSJw  $POTJEFSFE one of the first horror movies ever made, this German POFPGUIFmSTUIPSSPSNPWJFTFWFSNBEF UIJT(FSNBO masterpiece merged surrealism with mystery to create NBTUFSQJFDFNFSHFETVSSFBMJTNXJUINZTUFSZUPDSFBUF a spooky, dreamlike world that still influences direcBTQPPLZ ESFBNMJLFXPSMEUIBUTUJMMJOnVFODFTEJSFD tors to this day. The doctor in question runs a sideshow UPSTUPUIJTEBZ5IFEPDUPSJORVFTUJPOSVOTBTJEFTIPX in which he displays a somnambulist named Cesare to JOXIJDIIFEJTQMBZTBTPNOBNCVMJTUOBNFE$FTBSFUP guests. When one of those guests turns up dead, it's HVFTUT8IFOPOFPGUIPTFHVFTUTUVSOTVQEFBE JUT suspected that Cesare, under the control of Caligari, is TVTQFDUFEUIBU$FTBSF VOEFSUIFDPOUSPMPG$BMJHBSJ JT the culprit. UIFDVMQSJU "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (1920): Legendary actor i%S+FLZMMBOE.S)ZEFw  -FHFOEBSZBDUPS John Barrymore launched his film career with his por+PIO#BSSZNPSFMBVODIFEIJTmMNDBSFFSXJUIIJTQPS trayal of the mild-mannered Dr. Jekyll and his evil alterUSBZBMPGUIFNJMENBOOFSFE%S+FLZMMBOEIJTFWJMBMUFS ego, Mr. Hyde. Barrymore relied more on acting ability FHP .S)ZEF#BSSZNPSFSFMJFENPSFPOBDUJOHBCJMJUZ than makeup to achieve the transformation from good to UIBONBLFVQUPBDIJFWFUIFUSBOTGPSNBUJPOGSPNHPPEUP evil, and it remains one of the finest screen portrayals to FWJM BOEJUSFNBJOTPOFPGUIFmOFTUTDSFFOQPSUSBZBMTUP date. EBUF "The Cat and the Canary" (1927): A woman inherits i5IF$BUBOEUIF$BOBSZw  "XPNBOJOIFSJUT her uncle's haunted castle, which just also happens to be IFSVODMFTIBVOUFEDBTUMF XIJDIKVTUBMTPIBQQFOTUPCF the hiding place for an escapee from an insane asylum. UIFIJEJOHQMBDFGPSBOFTDBQFFGSPNBOJOTBOFBTZMVN Merging suspense with dark humor, this film touched .FSHJOHTVTQFOTFXJUIEBSLIVNPS UIJTmMNUPVDIFE off Universal's horror-movie heyday and inspired the PGG6OJWFSTBMTIPSSPSNPWJFIFZEBZBOEJOTQJSFEUIF macabre comedy found in "Bride of Frankenstein," "The NBDBCSFDPNFEZGPVOEJOi#SJEFPG'SBOLFOTUFJO wi5IF Raven" and "The Invisible Man," among others. 3BWFOwBOEi5IF*OWJTJCMF.BO wBNPOHPUIFST

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IFO1BOJD hen Panic! "UUIF%JTDP At the Disco TQMJUJOIBMG split in half JO JU in 2009, it PCWJPVTMZ obviously XBTOUUIF wasn't the CFTUNPWFGPSFOTVSJOH best move for ensuring UIFDPOUJOVFEQPQVMBSJUZ the continued popularity PGUIFHSPVQ of the group. "OEFWFOUIPVHI And even though TJOHFS#SFOEBO6SJF singer Brendan Urie BOEESVNNFS4QFODFS and drummer Spencer 4NJUITUBZFEUPHFUIFS Smith stayed together BOEEFDJEFEUPNPWF and decided to move GPSXBSE XIJMFHVJUBSJTU forward (while guitarist 3ZBO3PTTBOECBTTJTU Ryan Ross and bassist +PO8BMLFSXFOUPGGUP Jon Walker went off to GPSNUIFJSPXOCBOE JU form their own band), it XBTBCJHFOPVHIDIBOHF was a big enough change UIBUGBOTNJHIUOPMPOHFS that fans might no longer DPOTJEFS1BOJD"UUIF consider Panic! At the %JTDPUPCFUIFTBNF Disco to be the same CBOEBOEUVSOBXBZGSPN band and turn away from UIFHSPVQ the group. #VUBT6SJFFYQMBJOFE But as Urie explained JOBQIPOFJOUFSWJFX  in a phone interview, DSFBUJWFJTTVFTNFBOUUIF creative issues meant the HSPVQCBTJDBMMZIBEOP group basically had no DIPJDFCVUUPTQMJUVQ choice but to split up. i*EPOUUIJOLBOZCPEZ "I don't think anybody JTUIFCBEHVZJOUIJT is the bad guy in this TDFOBSJP*UIBQQFOT scenario. It happens TPNFUJNFT wIFTBJEi:PV sometimes," he said. "You SFBMJ[FUIBUJGXFXPVME realize that if we would IBWFTUBZFEUPHFUIFSBOE have stayed together and USJFEUPEPBSFDPSE XF tried to do a record, we XPVMEOUIBWFCFFOIBQQZ wouldn't have been happy XJUIJU8FXPVMEIBWF with it. We would have QSPCBCMZCFFOBUFBDI probably been at each PUIFSTUISPBUTw other's throats." -PPLJOHCBDL KVTUUIF Looking back, just the UXP$%TUIFPSJHJOBM two CDs the original MJOFVQNBEFIJOUFEUIBU lineup made hinted that UIFEBZTXFSFOVNCFSFE the days were numbered GPSUIBUFEJUJPOPG1BOJD for that edition of Panic!

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"UUIF%JTDP At the Disco. 5IFCBOECMBTUFEPOUP The band blasted onto UIFTDFOFXJUIJUTEPVCMF the scene with its doubleQMBUJOVNTFMMJOH platinum-selling 2005 EFCVU i"'FWFS:PV$BOU debut, "A Fever You Can't 4XFBU0VU wBOEBTPVOE Sweat Out," and a sound UIBUNJYFEFMFDUSPOJD that mixed electronic BOEEBODFFMFNFOUT and dance elements XJUISJGGZQPQSPDL#VU with riffy pop-rock. But UIFTFDPOE$% i1SFUUZ the second CD, "Pretty. 0EEw  NBSLFEB Odd." (2008), marked a EJTUJODUUVSOUPXBSEB distinct turn toward a HVJUBSSPDLTPVOE guitar-rock sound. #ZUIFUJNFUIF By the time the PSJHJOBMMJOFVQCFHBO original lineup began UBMLJOHBCPVUBUIJSE talking about a third $% JUXBTBQQBSFOU CD, it was apparent UIFDPOUSBTUTCFUXFFO the contrasts between UIFUXPQSFWJPVTBMCVNT the two previous albums TJHOBMFEBHSPXJOHEJWJEF signaled a growing divide JOUIFNVTJDBMEJSFDUJPOT in the musical directions UIFNFNCFSTXBOUFEUP the members wanted to QVSTVF pursue. i)POFTUMZ JUXBTOUBO "Honestly, it wasn't an PWFSOJHIUUIJOH w6SJF overnight thing," Urie TBJEi*UIBELJOEPGCFFO said. "It had kind of been XPSLJOHVQPWFSUIF working up over the DPVSTFPGBGFXNPOUIT  course of a few months, FTQFDJBMMZPOUPVS8F especially on tour. We LJOEPGOPUJDFEXIFOXF kind of noticed when we XPVMEHPUPXSJUF XFIBE would go to write, we had TVDIEJGGFSFOUNJOETFUT such different mindsets PGXIFSFXFTBXUIFCBOE of where we saw the band HPJOHBOEXIFSFXFTBX going and where we saw UIFNVTJDIFBEJOH the music heading. i4PUIFSFBTPOUIBU "So the reason that 3ZBOBOE+PIOEFDJEFEUP Ryan and John decided to MFBWFXBTCFDBVTFUIFZ leave was because they XBOUFEUPEPTPNFUIJOH wanted to do something EJGGFSFOUNVTJDBMMZGSPN different musically from 4QFODFSBOE*w Spencer and I." 8IFOi7JDFT7JSUVFTw When "Vices & Virtues" XBTmOBMMZSFMFBTFEMBTU was finally released last .BSDI EFCVUJOHBU/P March (debuting at No. POUIF#JMMCPBSE JU 7 on the Billboard 200), it XBTPCWJPVTUIBU6SJFBOE was obvious that Urie and

4NJUI Smith MJLFE liked UIFFMFD the elecUSPOJDFMFNFOUT tronic elements PGi"'FWFS:PV of "A Fever You $BOU4XFBU0VUw"UUIF Can't Sweat Out." At the TBNFUJNF UIFZXBOUFE same time, they wanted UPWFOUVSFJOOFXNVTJDBM to venture in new musical EJSFDUJPOTBTXFMM directions as well. i8FLOFXUIBUXFWF "We knew that we've BMXBZTXBOUFEUPEP always wanted to do TPNFUIJOHEJGGFSFOUTP something different so UIBUPVSTPOHToBMPUPG that our songs - a lot of TPOHT NPTUPGUIFSFDPSE songs, most of the record oBSFTPNFUIJOHOFXBOE - are something new and FYDJUJOH w6SJFTBJE exciting," Urie said. *OUIFTUVEJP 1BOJD In the studio, Panic! "UUIF%JTDPPGmDJBMMZ At the Disco officially JODMVEFTPOMZ6SJFBOE includes only Urie and 4NJUI#VUUIFUPVS Smith. But the tourJOHMJOFVQIBTJODMVEFE ing lineup has included HVJUBSJTU*BO$SBXGPSE guitarist Ian Crawford

BOECBTTJTU%BMMPO and bassist Dallon 8FFLFTTJODF"VHVTU Weekes since August 6SJFTFFNTIBQQZ 2009. Urie seems happy XJUIIPXUIFOFXSFDSVJUT with how the new recruits IBWFXPSLFEPVU have worked out. i8FWFCFFOQMBZJOHXJUI "We've been playing with %BMMPOBOE*BOOPXGPSUIF Dallon and Ian now for the QBTUUXPZFBST wIFTBJE past two years," he said. i4PJUTCFFOHPPEBOE "So it's been good and SFBMMZDPNGPSUBCMF BOEJU really comfortable, and it KVTUHFUTCFUUFSBOECFUUFS just gets better and better. )POFTUMZ GPSVT *UIJOLXF Honestly, for us, I think we TPVOECFUUFSMJWFUIBOXF sound better live than we FWFSIBWFw ever have."


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Storied alternative rock 4UPSJFEBMUFSOBUJWFSPDL band the Pixies is extendCBOEUIF1JYJFTJTFYUFOE ing the 20th anniversary JOHUIFUIBOOJWFSTBSZ celebration of its 1989 album DFMFCSBUJPOPGJUTBMCVN "Doolittle" with a second leg i%PPMJUUMFwXJUIBTFDPOEMFH of dates, including a sellout at PGEBUFT JODMVEJOHBTFMMPVUBU the State Theatre on Tuesday. UIF4UBUF5IFBUSFPO5VFTEBZ The band formed in 1986, 5IFCBOEGPSNFEJO  released five albums, then SFMFBTFEmWFBMCVNT UIFO broke up in 1993. Eleven years later, much CSPLFVQJO&MFWFOZFBSTMBUFS NVDI to the delight of a cult following of fans, UPUIFEFMJHIUPGBDVMUGPMMPXJOHPGGBOT  they reunited with a 2004 tour that took UIFZSFVOJUFEXJUIBUPVSUIBUUPPL them across the U.S., Brazil, Europe and UIFNBDSPTTUIF64 #SB[JM &VSPQFBOE Japan. +BQBO The documentary "loudQuietloud" focus5IFEPDVNFOUBSZiMPVE2VJFUMPVEwGPDVT es on the reunion tour, and does a bang-up FTPOUIFSFVOJPOUPVS BOEEPFTBCBOHVQ job of showing awesome live footage and KPCPGTIPXJOHBXFTPNFMJWFGPPUBHFBOE intimate behind-the-scenes glimpses into JOUJNBUFCFIJOEUIFTDFOFTHMJNQTFTJOUP the lives of singer/guitarist Black Francis UIFMJWFTPGTJOHFSHVJUBSJTU#MBDL'SBODJT (aka Frank Black, nee Charles Thomp BLB'SBOL#MBDL OFF$IBSMFT5IPNQ son), drummer David Lowering, bassist/ TPO ESVNNFS%BWJE-PXFSJOH CBTTJTU singer Kim Deal and lead guitarist Joey TJOHFS,JN%FBMBOEMFBEHVJUBSJTU+PFZ Santiago. 4BOUJBHP The 19 dates on the current tour take the 5IFEBUFTPOUIFDVSSFOUUPVSUBLFUIF Pixies through "secondary cities" - or, as 1JYJFTUISPVHIiTFDPOEBSZDJUJFTwoPS BT Santiago said during an interview from his 4BOUJBHPTBJEEVSJOHBOJOUFSWJFXGSPNIJT home in Los Angeles, "lost cities." IPNFJO-PT"OHFMFT iMPTUDJUJFTw "They're the lost cities because we just i5IFZSFUIFMPTUDJUJFTCFDBVTFXFKVTU haven't been there yet," he said. IBWFOUCFFOUIFSFZFU wIFTBJE The State Theatre show sold out rapidly, 5IF4UBUF5IFBUSFTIPXTPMEPVUSBQJEMZ  something Santiago said was surprising TPNFUIJOH4BOUJBHPTBJEXBTTVSQSJTJOH - though nothing new oUIPVHIOPUIJOHOFX "Back in the day, after we put out 'Surfer i#BDLJOUIFEBZ BGUFSXFQVUPVUA4VSGFS Rosa' (The Pixies' 1988 full-length debut), 3PTB 5IF1JYJFTGVMMMFOHUIEFCVU  we did sell out everywhere," he said. XFEJETFMMPVUFWFSZXIFSF wIFTBJE "Granted, the venues were smaller, but i(SBOUFE UIFWFOVFTXFSFTNBMMFS CVU we're kind of used to that. In the beginXFSFLJOEPGVTFEUPUIBU*OUIFCFHJO ning, it didn't happen, but when we hit our OJOH JUEJEOUIBQQFO CVUXIFOXFIJUPVS stride, it started happening." TUSJEF JUTUBSUFEIBQQFOJOHw After riding the "Doolittle" wave for so "GUFSSJEJOHUIFi%PPMJUUMFwXBWFGPSTP long, one has to wonder if anything catchMPOH POFIBTUPXPOEFSJGBOZUIJOHDBUDI es the band off guard anymore. Santiago FTUIFCBOEPGGHVBSEBOZNPSF4BOUJBHP pointed to two things. QPJOUFEUPUXPUIJOHT "The crowd's certainly younger, that i5IFDSPXETDFSUBJOMZZPVOHFS UIBU surprises me," he said. "And the reactions TVSQSJTFTNF wIFTBJEi"OEUIFSFBDUJPOT are crazy, and they still enjoy it." BSFDSB[Z BOEUIFZTUJMMFOKPZJUw To help promote the band to a new 5PIFMQQSPNPUFUIFCBOEUPBOFX generation of fans, The Pixies have their HFOFSBUJPOPGGBOT 5IF1JYJFTIBWFUIFJS own Facebook page (which has more than PXO'BDFCPPLQBHF XIJDIIBTNPSFUIBO 850,000 fans), and have utilized sites such  GBOT BOEIBWFVUJMJ[FETJUFTTVDI as YouTube and Topspin. BT:PV5VCFBOE5PQTQJO "Somebody, probably our manager, will i4PNFCPEZ QSPCBCMZPVSNBOBHFS XJMM post something, and right away we'll get QPTUTPNFUIJOH BOESJHIUBXBZXFMMHFU like 500 comments, and that's pretty cool," MJLFDPNNFOUT BOEUIBUTQSFUUZDPPM w Santiago said. 4BOUJBHPTBJE

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The Pixies even have an iPhone app. 5IF1JYJFTFWFOIBWFBOJ1IPOFBQQ "I think its awesome," Santiago said. i*UIJOLJUTBXFTPNF w4BOUJBHPTBJE "The Internet has opened up a lot of i5IF*OUFSOFUIBTPQFOFEVQBMPUPG things in particular to musicians." UIJOHTJOQBSUJDVMBSUPNVTJDJBOTw When he's not with The Pixies, Santiago 8IFOIFTOPUXJUI5IF1JYJFT 4BOUJBHP has contributed music to films and Ty and IBTDPOUSJCVUFENVTJDUPmMNTBOE57 BOE plans to get back to that after this tour QMBOTUPHFUCBDLUPUIBUBGUFSUIJTUPVS winds down. His work has been included XJOETEPXO)JTXPSLIBTCFFOJODMVEFE in Showtime's "Weeds" and Judd ApaJO4IPXUJNFTi8FFETwBOE+VEE"QB tow's "Undeclared," among others. UPXTi6OEFDMBSFE wBNPOHPUIFST "It beats having a real job," he said. "It's i*UCFBUTIBWJOHBSFBMKPC wIFTBJEi*UT a lot of work, but certainly gratifying. I still BMPUPGXPSL CVUDFSUBJOMZHSBUJGZJOH*TUJMM get kicks when I see my credit at the end HFULJDLTXIFO*TFFNZDSFEJUBUUIFFOE of a show." PGBTIPXw As far as touring goes, this is it - for the "TGBSBTUPVSJOHHPFT UIJTJTJUoGPSUIF moment at least - for live Pixies shows. NPNFOUBUMFBTUoGPSMJWF1JYJFTTIPXT "Nothing's booked for next year, and this i/PUIJOHTCPPLFEGPSOFYUZFBS BOEUIJT Pixies machine takes about six months to 1JYJFTNBDIJOFUBLFTBCPVUTJYNPOUITUP plan because we've got visas and all this QMBOCFDBVTFXFWFHPUWJTBTBOEBMMUIJT cargo and stuff to worry about," Santiago DBSHPBOETUVGGUPXPSSZBCPVU w4BOUJBHP said. TBJE It is known among fans that the band *UJTLOPXOBNPOHGBOTUIBUUIFCBOE has no plans to record new material - but IBTOPQMBOTUPSFDPSEOFXNBUFSJBMoCVU Santiago was willing to speculate. 4BOUJBHPXBTXJMMJOHUPTQFDVMBUF "It would be very exciting," he said. "If i*UXPVMECFWFSZFYDJUJOH wIFTBJEi*G we were to put something out, who knows XFXFSFUPQVUTPNFUIJOHPVU XIPLOPXT what would happen?)PQFGVMMZ QFPQMF Hopefully, people XIBUXPVMEIBQQFO would accept it as a good thing, and it XPVMEBDDFQUJUBTBHPPEUIJOH BOEJU would be great to be one of those rare XPVMECFHSFBUUPCFPOFPGUIPTFSBSF bands that reunites and makes an excelCBOETUIBUSFVOJUFTBOENBLFTBOFYDFM lent album." MFOUBMCVNw Staff Writer Aimsel Ponti can be AbOTTE`WbS`/W[aSZ>]\bWQO\PS contacted at 791-6455 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"##]`Ob( aponti@pressherald. com O^]\bW.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

PSST: If you couldn't get a ticket to >AAB(7Tg]cQ]cZR\¸bUSbObWQYSbb] The Pixies' sold-out show at the BVS>WfWSa¸a]ZR]cbaV]eObbVS State Theatre, listen up: Local band AbObSBVSOb`SZWabS\c^(:]QOZPO\R Grand Hotel will play The Pixies' 5`O\R6]bSZeWZZ^ZOgBVS>WfWSa¸ "Surfer Rosa" album in its entirety µAc`TS`@]aO¶OZPc[W\WbaS\bW`Sbg immediately following the concert at W[[SRWObSZgT]ZZ]eW\UbVSQ]\QS`bOb The Big Easy in Portland as part of the BVS0WU3OagW\>]`bZO\ROa^O`b]TbVS club's "Cover to Cover" series. QZcP¸aµ1]dS`b]1]dS`¶aS`WSa THE PIXIES B63>7F73A WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday E63<(%(!^[BcSaROg WHERE: State Theatre, E63@3(AbObSBVSOb`S 609 Congress St., Portland $'1]\U`SaaAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: S o l d o u t 6=E;C16(A]ZR]cb INFO: 7<4=(abObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][



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Jacob Augustine takes listeners on an all-terrain vocal journey By MIKE OLCOTT

Jacob Augustine has one gilded set of pipes. A diamond in the rough north Maine woods, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d probably expect your fair share of vocal whiskey burn a la Ray LaMontagne, but Augustineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s timbre is more loon than lion, an angelic cloud drifting above a fallen world. On the songwriterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ambitious triple October release of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Frontier,â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Goldyhymnsâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Original Love,â&#x20AC;? his pristine instrument is pushed to the mountaintop and back, a capable guide through a varied terrain of songscapes. There is far too much on these three records to be digested in a short time. Although the quiet guitar strumming on â&#x20AC;&#x153;Goldyhymnsâ&#x20AC;? might sound like a foundation for vintage Harry Belafonte, Augustine wails like heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bringing down the walls of Jericho. As the album title suggests, these songs crave a cavernous performance space to do their goosebumping worst. There is a timeless, ďŹ&#x201A;owing-dress quality to Augustineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best work. On â&#x20AC;&#x153;Appaloosa,â&#x20AC;? a liquid melody is delivered with Civil War austerity. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a welcome, weird effect, and very few are capable of creating it. As for the full band arrangements on â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Original Loveâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Frontier,â&#x20AC;? milder ears need not apply. Standouts â&#x20AC;&#x153;Methodone,â&#x20AC;? with its plucky glockenspiel, and the pulsating â&#x20AC;&#x153;Generationâ&#x20AC;? give the robust vocalist the type of full-bodied arrangement he deserves to tangle with. Over the course of three albums, it sometimes sounds like Augustine has


Continued from Page E8 Shane Alexander, singer-songwriter, with Chris Pierce, Jonathanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Restaurant, Ogunquit. $10 in advance; $12 day of show. 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Alan Reid and Rob van Sante, Scottish music, Skye Theatre Performing Arts Center, South Carthage. $15. 562-4445. 7 p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Clash,â&#x20AC;? battle of the cover bands, 18plus; Port City Music Hall, Portland. $5. Bjork vs. Feist, 9 p.m. NOV. 3 Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings, R&B/soul, all ages; State Theatre, Portland. $20 in advance; $25 day of show. 7:30 p.m. Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy, ďŹ ddle and piano music, Stone Mountain Arts Center, BrownďŹ eld. $50. Doors at 6 p.m. for dinner, show at 8 p.m. Ambrosia, â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;70s pop-rock, The Landing at Pine Point, Scarborough. $35 to $45. 8 p.m. Maine Jazz Band, St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College (Viola George Auditorium), Standish. Free. 310-0116. 7 p.m. Alan Reid and Rob van Sante, Scottish music,

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Jacob Augustineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s triple-CD release includes â&#x20AC;&#x153;Goldyhymnsâ&#x20AC;? (pictured), â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Original Loveâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Frontier.â&#x20AC;?

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more good ideas than he knows what to do with. It will be fascinating to watch this rare talent develop his eye for discretion. Mike Olcott is a freelance writer.

Unity Centre for the Performing Arts. $15. 9487469. 7:30 p.m. Liz Longley and Seth Glier, folk, One Longfellow Square, Portland. $12 in advance; $15 at door. 8 p.m.

n COMEDY Open Mic Comedy Night, 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. 8 p.m. today. Comedy Showcase, with Chance Langton, 18plus (16-plus with parent); Comedy Connection, Portland. $7.50 today; $15 Friday-Saturday. 8:30 p.m. today to Saturday. Comedy Night, with Karen Morgan, The Royal Bean, Yarmouth. $12. 846-1009. 7:30 p.m. today.

n BARS/CLUBS TODAY Equality Maine BeneďŹ t, with Sunset Hearts, Vanityites, Foam Castles, Dean Ford and Jeff Beam, Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. 8798988. 9 p.m. Ben Killcollins, acoustic rock, Andyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Old Port Pub, Portland. 7:30 p.m. Kyle Bryant aka Fresh Aire, hip hop/rap, 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. $3, $5. 828-0900. 10 p.m. Joel Cage, acoustic rock, Blue, Portland. Donation. 774-4111. 8 p.m.

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Continued from Page E9 Samuel James and Dana Gross, blues/soul, Blue, Portland. Donation. 774-4111. 10 p.m. Moshe + Brzowski, rap/hip hop, with Sylvia, The Outfits and FRKSE, Geno’s Rock Club, Portland. 221-2382. 9 p.m. Gary Wittner’s “Danza Loca,” Latin jazz, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 541-9190. 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. Sorcha, singer-songwriter, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. 8 p.m. Steve Jones and The Fall Dogs, rock, The Liberal Cup, Hallowell. 7 p.m. Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. A Band Beyond Description, jam-band covers, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. $3. 9 p.m. Retro Night, Asylum, Portland. 9 p.m. Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and DJ Bset, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $2. 784-7785. Doors at 6 p.m. FRIDAY Gumption Junction, old-timey music, Bayside Bowl, Portland. $5. 8 p.m. Richard James Band, rock, Halloween party, 21-plus; Inn on the Blues, York Beach. $5. 9 p.m. Brian Patricks, folk-rock, Deer Run Tavern, Yarmouth. 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Rory Sullivan, prog-rock/country, Andy’s Old Port Pub, Portland. 8 p.m. Kids at Play, group singalong, Seasons Grille, Portland. 775-6538. 7:15 p.m. Baked Beans Recording Rock-Off, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. 784-7785. Doors at 8 p.m. Bob Rasero, singer/songwriter, Blue, Portland. Donation. 8 p.m. Abby Barrett & The Last Date, rock, Blue, Portland. Donation. 10 p.m. Sleeper Agent, Maine Academy of Modern Music Series, Big Easy, Portland. $10. 6 p.m. ‘80s Dance Party, Bubba’s Sulky Lounge, Portland. Free if in head-to-toe ’80s attire. 9 p.m. Hello Newman, pop/rock, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. 10 p.m. Owen Conforte Trio, USM jazz performance majors, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 5419190. 5 to 8 p.m. Hot Club du Monde, jazz quartet, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 541-9190. 9 p.m. Spike Sikes, jazz/blues, with drummer Frank Sanfillipo, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. Donation. 8 p.m. Two Man Gentlemen Band and Tricky Britches, acoustic/Americana/swing, The Oak and the Ax, Biddeford. $8. 8 p.m. Holy Mackerels Trio, bluegrass/roots, Tugs Pub & Oyster Bar, Southport Island. 633-3830. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

SATURDAY Rockahonkapsychobilly Halloween Party, with Pete Witham and The Cozmik Zombies, Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. 879-8988. 9 p.m. Bottom of the East Halloween Extravaganza, Bayside Bowl, Portland. $5. 8 p.m. Karaoke with Long Island Larry, Seasons Grille, Portland. 775-6538. 8:30 p.m. Beat Happenings: Zombie Ball 3, 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. $3, $5. 828-0900. 9 p.m. Halloween Hoedown with Strict9 and DJ B-Set, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $10. 784-7785. Doors at 8 p.m. Halloween Party, with Mouth of the Severn, Blood Capsules, Sunset Hearts, Vistas and Dereloid, 21-plus; Space, Portland. $10. 9 p.m. Rory Sullivan, contemporary country-folk, Blue, Portland. Donation. 8 p.m. Beat Trap Apparatus, jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. 10 p.m. Halloween Speakeasy Ball, with Fogcutters Big Band, Big Easy, Portland. $8. 8 p.m. Time Pilots, ‘80s covers, Bubba’s Sulky Lounge, Portland. 9 p.m. Cat Haus, rock/pop covers, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. 761-4446. 10 p.m. Baker & Bailey, blues, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 5 to 8 p.m. Lex & Jo, blues, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 9 p.m. Lady Zen, Halloween party, Run of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 571-9648. 8 p.m. to midnight. Ocean Sol, jazz standards, The Local Buzz, Cape Elizabeth. Donation. 8 p.m. Sam Shain and The Scolded Dogs, Halloween party, The Liberal Cup, Hallowell. 8 p.m. The Bob Band, Bob Dylan tribute band, Dogfish Bar and Grille, Portland. 772-5483. 8:30 p.m. Andi Fawcett and Jenny Haley, folk, Andy’s Old Port Pub, Portland. 8 p.m. SUNDAY Creepie Jake and The Snake, acoustic rock, Andy’s Old Port Pub, Portland. 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The Couch, open mic hosted by John Nels and featuring Aron Werman, Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. 879-8988. 9 p.m. Rhythmic Cypher, open mic of spoken-word poetry with musical accompaniment, 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. 828-0900. 8 p.m. Ben Williamson, acoustic, The Liberal Cup, Hallowell. 5 p.m. MONDAY Murder of Crows, funk, Big Easy, Portland. $5. 775-2266. 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.) The Stowaways, bluegrass, Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. 879-8988. 6 p.m. jam, 8 p.m. concert. The 90 Minute Blond, with A Severe Joy, Hi Tiger and When Particles Collide, 21-plus; Empire Dine

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cinema, "The Conversation" is in many ways QW\S[OÂľBVS1]\dS`aObW]\ÂśWaW\[O\geOga O[]`SS\UOUW\UO\RQ]VSaWdSe]`YbVO\Wba a more engaging and cohesive work than its NEW ON DVD AND BLU-RAY <3E=<2D2/<20:C@/G showier brethren. Hackman turns in arguably the aV]eWS`P`SbV`S\6OQY[O\bc`\aW\O`UcOPZgbVS Âż\Sab^S`T]`[O\QS]TVWaRWabW\UcWaVSRQO`SS` finest performance of his distinguished career "CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER," Âľ1/>B/7</;3@71/(B6347@AB/D3<53@Âś Oa6O``gO\W\bS\aSZg^`WdObSac`dSWZZO\QSSf^S`b as Harry, an intensely private surveillance expert abO``W\U1V`Wa3dO\aO\R6cU]ESOdW\UEVWZS starring Chris Evans and Hugo Weaving. 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pressed cutlet - that were breaded QSFTTFEDVUMFUoUIBUXFSFCSFBEFE and fried. The chicken was very BOEGSJFE5IFDIJDLFOXBTWFSZ tender and covered with a zesty UFOEFSBOEDPWFSFEXJUIB[FTUZ bright red sauce and cheese. The CSJHIUSFETBVDFBOEDIFFTF5IF Italian roll it came on was wonder*UBMJBOSPMMJUDBNFPOXBTXPOEFS ful - firm enough to hold the messy GVMomSNFOPVHIUPIPMEUIFNFTTZ sandwich, but not too chewy. TBOEXJDI CVUOPUUPPDIFXZ I had the 10-inch, which was very *IBEUIFJODI XIJDIXBTWFSZ filling. For most people at lunch, mMMJOH'PSNPTUQFPQMFBUMVODI  the 8-inch would probably be fine. UIFJODIXPVMEQSPCBCMZCFmOF As I ate, I enjoyed listening to "T*BUF *FOKPZFEMJTUFOJOHUP a seemingly endless selection of BTFFNJOHMZFOEMFTTTFMFDUJPOPG Frank Sinatra tunes on the satellite 'SBOL4JOBUSBUVOFTPOUIFTBUFMMJUF radio. The place has lots of musical SBEJP5IFQMBDFIBTMPUTPGNVTJDBM theater memorabilia on the walls UIFBUFSNFNPSBCJMJBPOUIFXBMMT to look at while eating (Anthony's UPMPPLBUXIJMFFBUJOH "OUIPOZT also hosts dinner theater shows). BMTPIPTUTEJOOFSUIFBUFSTIPXT  On another visit, I had an autumn 0OBOPUIFSWJTJU *IBEBOBVUVNO gobbler wrap ($7.99): Sliced HPCCMFSXSBQ  4MJDFE turkey with warm stuffing, cranUVSLFZXJUIXBSNTUVGmOH DSBO berry sauce, lettuce and mayo on CFSSZTBVDF MFUUVDFBOENBZPPO a Syrian roll-up. The stuffing was B4ZSJBOSPMMVQ5IFTUVGmOHXBT exceptionally good, and warmed FYDFQUJPOBMMZHPPE BOEXBSNFE everything else up. FWFSZUIJOHFMTFVQ Anthony's has an extensive menu "OUIPOZTIBTBOFYUFOTJWFNFOV that includes almost 20 kinds of UIBUJODMVEFTBMNPTULJOETPG roll-ups, most costing $6.99 or SPMMVQT NPTUDPTUJOHPS $7.99. There are also melts, regular 5IFSFBSFBMTPNFMUT SFHVMBS sandwiches and specialty sandTBOEXJDIFTBOETQFDJBMUZTBOE wiches, such as the Boston Italian XJDIFT TVDIBTUIF#PTUPO*UBMJBO (sausage with peppers and onions) TBVTBHFXJUIQFQQFSTBOEPOJPOT  and eggplant Parmesan. Most cost BOEFHHQMBOU1BSNFTBO.PTUDPTU

$6.99 to $8.50. UP One specialty sandwich is called 0OFTQFDJBMUZTBOEXJDIJTDBMMFE the Tony Soprano, with Genoa saUIF5POZ4PQSBOP XJUI(FOPBTB lami, prosciutto, capicola, imported MBNJ QSPTDJVUUP DBQJDPMB JNQPSUFE provolone cheese, onion, tomato, QSPWPMPOFDIFFTF POJPO UPNBUP  roasted red peppers, olive oil and SPBTUFESFEQFQQFST PMJWFPJMBOE oregano. PSFHBOP The place also has salads, pizza 5IFQMBDFBMTPIBTTBMBET QJ[[B and pasta dishes. You can get a BOEQBTUBEJTIFT:PVDBOHFUB choice of pasta (thin spaghetti, ziti DIPJDFPGQBTUB UIJOTQBHIFUUJ [JUJ or linguine) with a meat sauce, a PSMJOHVJOF XJUIBNFBUTBVDF B meatless sauce or garlic butter for NFBUMFTTTBVDFPSHBSMJDCVUUFSGPS $7.50. Other sauces on pasta, such 0UIFSTBVDFTPOQBTUB TVDI as Alfredo or Bolognese, are $8.50. BT"MGSFEPPS#PMPHOFTF BSF There are also dinners ranging 5IFSFBSFBMTPEJOOFSTSBOHJOH from ravioli or pasta and meatballs GSPNSBWJPMJPSQBTUBBOENFBUCBMMT for $8.99 to chicken or eggplant GPSUPDIJDLFOPSFHHQMBOU Parmesan with pasta for $12.99. 1BSNFTBOXJUIQBTUBGPS 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 sampled meals for about $7. aO[^ZSR[SOZaT]`OP]cb%

ANTHONY'S ITALIAN KITCHEN 8EK?FEPĂ&#x2039;J@K8C@8EB@K:?<E WHERE: 151 Middle St., Portland. E63@3(#;WRRZSAb>]`bZO\R 774-8668. %%"&$$& HOURS: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday 6=C@A(O[b]'^[;]\ROg through Saturday bV`]cUVAObc`ROg CHEAPEST GRUB: Slice of cheese 163/>3AB5@C0(AZWQS]TQVSSaS pizza, $3. ^WhhO! WAIT: Less than five minutes. E/7B(:SaabVO\ÂżdS[W\cbSa PARKING: Yes, in the back of the >/@97<5(GSaW\bVSPOQY]TbVS building. PcWZRW\U HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: Yes, 6/<271/>>32/113AA70:3(GSa there's an elevator. bVS`S¸aO\SZSdOb]` RATING: **** @/B7<5((((( Based on a five-star scale 0OaSR]\OÂżdSabO`aQOZS

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quilas Zapoteca houses, but if you're at all RVJMBT;BQPUFDBIPVTFT CVUJGZPVSFBUBMM a lover of the sweet, agave nectar (or not BMPWFSPGUIFTXFFU BHBWFOFDUBS PSOPU sure but willing to try), this is the place for TVSFCVUXJMMJOHUPUSZ UIJTJTUIFQMBDFGPS a test run. The tequilas are divided into BUFTUSVO5IFUFRVJMBTBSFEJWJEFEJOUP categories - un-aged, aged two months DBUFHPSJFToVOBHFE BHFEUXPNPOUIT and aged one to three years. BOEBHFEPOFUPUISFFZFBST Clearly, Zapoteca is serious about its te$MFBSMZ ;BQPUFDBJTTFSJPVTBCPVUJUTUF quila. But if you, like me, have no idea that RVJMB#VUJGZPV MJLFNF IBWFOPJEFBUIBU there's tequila beyond Jose Cuervo, then UIFSFTUFRVJMBCFZPOE+PTF$VFSWP UIFO please, do yourself a favor and order a QMFBTF EPZPVSTFMGBGBWPSBOEPSEFSB flight. You'll experience rich, smoky sweet nJHIU:PVMMFYQFSJFODFSJDI TNPLZ TXFFU tastes and diverse varieties of tequila that UBTUFTBOEEJWFSTFWBSJFUJFTPGUFRVJMBUIBU you never knew existed with your barZPVOFWFSLOFXFYJTUFEXJUIZPVSCBS tender to guide you. UFOEFSUPHVJEFZPV While I was at Zapoteca, I longingly read 8IJMF*XBTBU;BQPUFDB *MPOHJOHMZSFBE over the drinks menu, wondering what PWFSUIFESJOLTNFOV XPOEFSJOHXIBU mezcal tasted like and thinking about the NF[DBMUBTUFEMJLFBOEUIJOLJOHBCPVUUIF myriad ways that tequila can be coaxed NZSJBEXBZTUIBUUFRVJMBDBOCFDPBYFE into cocktail alchemy. JOUPDPDLUBJMBMDIFNZ But those drinks would have to wait, for #VUUIPTFESJOLTXPVMEIBWFUPXBJU GPS as many of us know, a little tequila goes a BTNBOZPGVTLOPX BMJUUMFUFRVJMBHPFTB long way... MPOHXBZ Johanna Sorrell is a freelance writer who lives in 8]VO\\OA]``SZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Portland. >]`bZO\R

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got to taste my first Oxbow beers when HPUUPUBTUFNZmSTU0YCPXCFFSTXIFO the Great Lost Bear held a special UIF(SFBU-PTU#FBSIFMEBTQFDJBM 5IVSTEBZ0YCPXOJHIUPO0DU PGGFS Thursday Oxbow night on Oct. 13, offerJOHGPVSPGJUTCFFSTGPSBUVMJQHMBTT ing four of its beers for $2.99 a tulip glass. It made me want to move to Newcastle, *UNBEFNFXBOUUPNPWFUP/FXDBTUMF  where Oxbow is located on a farm sitting XIFSF0YCPXJTMPDBUFEPOBGBSNTJUUJOH above an aquifer that provides water for BCPWFBOBRVJGFSUIBUQSPWJEFTXBUFSGPS the beer. UIFCFFS Oxbow begins its beers with Saison or 0YCPXCFHJOTJUTCFFSTXJUI4BJTPOPS Farmhouse ale, which is the beer that 'BSNIPVTFBMF XIJDIJTUIFCFFSUIBU farm workers in Wallonia, the French part GBSNXPSLFSTJO8BMMPOJB UIF'SFODIQBSU of Belgium, drank to slake their thirst PG#FMHJVN ESBOLUPTMBLFUIFJSUIJSTU after a hard day's BGUFSBIBSEEBZT work in the field, said XPSLJOUIFmFME TBJE Tim Adams, Oxbow's 5JN"EBNT 0YCPXT head brewer. Then IFBECSFXFS5IFO they give the beer a UIFZHJWFUIFCFFSB (usually) American VTVBMMZ "NFSJDBO twist. UXJTU "Our mission is to i0VSNJTTJPOJTUP brew beers by their CSFXCFFSTCZUIFJS flavor, not by their nBWPS OPUCZUIFJS style," Adams said TUZMF w"EBNTTBJE when I talked to him XIFO*UBMLFEUPIJN at the Bear. But the BUUIF#FBS#VUUIF starting point is definitely Belgian farmTUBSUJOHQPJOUJTEFmOJUFMZ#FMHJBOGBSN house ales. IPVTFBMFT This beer is available now at specialty 5IJTCFFSJTBWBJMBCMFOPXBUTQFDJBMUZ beer bars - Great Lost Bear, Novare Res CFFSCBSTo(SFBU-PTU#FBS /PWBSF3FT and Mama's Crowbar that I know of in the BOE.BNBT$SPXCBSUIBU*LOPXPGJOUIF Portland area - but they also sell growl1PSUMBOEBSFBoCVUUIFZBMTPTFMMHSPXM ers on Fridays at the Newcastle brewery, FSTPO'SJEBZTBUUIF/FXDBTUMFCSFXFSZ  and hope to have 22-ounce bottles availBOEIPQFUPIBWFPVODFCPUUMFTBWBJM able by Christmas. The bottled beers will BCMFCZ$ISJTUNBT5IFCPUUMFECFFSTXJMM be brewed and then aged in oak barrels CFCSFXFEBOEUIFOBHFEJOPBLCBSSFMT before they are bottled. That sounds like a CFGPSFUIFZBSFCPUUMFE5IBUTPVOETMJLFB Christmas present I would like to receive. $ISJTUNBTQSFTFOU*XPVMEMJLFUPSFDFJWF At the Bear, I tasted the cask-condi"UUIF#FBS *UBTUFEUIFDBTLDPOEJ tioned farmhouse pale ale, which was UJPOFEGBSNIPVTFQBMFBMF XIJDIXBT about to run out (absolutely smooth and BCPVUUPSVOPVU BCTPMVUFMZTNPPUIBOE yeasty); its flagship Farmhouse Pale Ale, ZFBTUZ JUTnBHTIJQ'BSNIPVTF1BMF"MF  a much simpler but still good version of BNVDITJNQMFSCVUTUJMMHPPEWFSTJPOPG the cask-conditioned ale; and OxtoberUIFDBTLDPOEJUJPOFEBMFBOE0YUPCFS frest, a rich yet smooth mix of German GSFTU BSJDIZFUTNPPUINJYPG(FSNBO Oktoberfest and Belgian Saison. 0LUPCFSGFTUBOE#FMHJBO4BJTPO Adams, 28, brewer and partner Geoff "EBNT  CSFXFSBOEQBSUOFS(FPGG Masland, and Geoff's wife, Dash, who .BTMBOE BOE(FPGG TXJGF %BTI XIP keeps the books, do everything at Oxbow. LFFQTUIFCPPLT EPFWFSZUIJOHBU0YCPX They brew the beer. They distribute the 5IFZCSFXUIFCFFS5IFZEJTUSJCVUFUIF beer, loading it in the back of their pickup CFFS MPBEJOHJUJOUIFCBDLPGUIFJSQJDLVQ for delivery to bars. They promote the GPSEFMJWFSZUPCBST5IFZQSPNPUFUIF beer. And while they are not yet making a CFFS"OEXIJMFUIFZBSFOPUZFUNBLJOHB profit, they are selling a lot of beer, Adams QSPmU UIFZBSFTFMMJOHBMPUPGCFFS "EBNT said, and that is all to the good - except TBJE BOEUIBUJTBMMUPUIFHPPEoFYDFQU

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Continued from Page E10 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 and Dance, Portland. 879-8988. 9 p.m. AND$ANCE 0ORTLAND PM Trivia Night, hosted by Ryan Prosser, 21-plus; 4RIVIA.IGHT HOSTEDBY2YAN0ROSSER  PLUS Slainte, Portland. 828-0900. 9 p.m. 3LAINTE 0ORTLAND PM Open Mic with Alec Wall, kookie, spookie /PEN-ICWITH!LEC7ALL KOOKIE SPOOKIE songwriters night, Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. SONGWRITERSNIGHT !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Cover to Cover, original music and a favorite #OVERTO#OVER ORIGINALMUSICANDAFAVORITE album performed by local musicians, Big Easy, ALBUMPERFORMEDBYLOCALMUSICIANS "IG%ASY Portland. Pixies' "Surfer Rosa" by Grand Hotel, 0ORTLAND0IXIESh3URFER2OSAvBY'RAND(OTEL 9 p.m. PM Lydia Warren, Halloween costume party, Time ,YDIA7ARREN (ALLOWEENCOSTUMEPARTY 4IME

that they have to buy more kegs. UIBUUIFZIBWFUPCVZNPSFLFHT Adams said there is nothing like his "EBNTTBJEUIFSFJTOPUIJOHMJLFIJT mix of American and Belgian farmhouse NJYPG"NFSJDBOBOE#FMHJBOGBSNIPVTF beers in Maine, and he enjoys seeing CFFSTJO.BJOF BOEIFFOKPZTTFFJOH people try it. QFPQMFUSZJU NEW CRAFT BEER E<N:I8=K9<<I

Narragansett is planning to sell a new /BSSBHBOTFUUJTQMBOOJOHUPTFMMBOFX year-round craft beer, and you can help ZFBSSPVOEDSBGUCFFS BOEZPVDBOIFMQ choose which it will be. DIPPTFXIJDIJUXJMMCF The options are a cream ale similar to 5IFPQUJPOTBSFBDSFBNBMFTJNJMBSUP a lager but made with top-fermenting ale BMBHFSCVUNBEFXJUIUPQGFSNFOUJOHBMF yeast and with a fruity flavor, and a rye ZFBTUBOEXJUIBGSVJUZnBWPS BOEBSZF ale made with a percentage of rye along BMFNBEFXJUIBQFSDFOUBHFPGSZFBMPOH with the traditional barley. Narragansett XJUIUIFUSBEJUJPOBMCBSMFZ/BSSBHBOTFUU made a cream ale in the 1960s and 70s, NBEFBDSFBNBMFJOUIFTBOET  but I don't remember having it. CVU*EPOUSFNFNCFSIBWJOHJU You can vote online at :PVDBOWPUFPOMJOFBU until Nov. 28, but OBSSBHBOTFUUCFFSDPNVOUJM/PW CVU you have to vote based on the description ZPVIBWFUPWPUFCBTFEPOUIFEFTDSJQUJPO of the beers rather than the actual taste. PGUIFCFFSTSBUIFSUIBOUIFBDUVBMUBTUF I voted for the rye, but I was wishing *WPUFEGPSUIFSZF CVU*XBTXJTIJOH my computer had a beer-tasting app so NZDPNQVUFSIBEBCFFSUBTUJOHBQQTP I could try them both. And I'm sure I'll *DPVMEUSZUIFNCPUI"OE*NTVSF*MM enjoy either one. FOKPZFJUIFSPOF Tom Atwell is a freelance writer who lives in Cape B][/beSZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\1O^S Elizabeth. 3ZWhOPSbV

Out Pub, Rockland. $10. 593-6055. 7 p.m. /UT0UB 2OCKLAND PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Chas Lester Trio, jazz, soul and funk, Empire Dine #HAS,ESTER4RIO JAZZ SOULANDFUNK %MPIRE$INE and Dance, Portland. 879-8988. 9 p.m. AND$ANCE 0ORTLAND PM Pub Quiz, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. 761-4446. 0UB1UIZ 2I2A)RISH0UB 0ORTLAND  8 p.m. PM Open Mic Night with Slack Master, Run of the /PEN-IC.IGHTWITH3LACK-ASTER 2UNOFTHE Mill Brewpub, Saco. 571-9648. 8 to 11 p.m. -ILL"REWPUB 3ACO TOPM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Pterodactyl with Captain Hollow and Glass 0TERODACTYLWITH#APTAIN(OLLOWAND'LASS Fingers, noise-punk, 18-plus; Space, Portland. $8. &INGERS NOISE PUNK  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. SPACEORGPM Karaoke with DJ Johnny Red, Asylum, Portland. +ARAOKEWITH$**OHNNY2ED !SYLUM 0ORTLAND

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Continued from Page E20 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3  PM7EDNESDAYAND.OV4HROUGH 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Nov. 3. Through Nov. 6. .OV "Of Farms and Fables," play about people who h/F&ARMSAND&ABLES vPLAYABOUTPEOPLEWHO bring you food, Camp Ketcha, Scarborough. $15. BRINGYOUFOOD #AMP+ETCHA 3CARBOROUGH 7 p.m. today and Friday; BROWNPAPERTICKETSCOMPMTODAYAND&RIDAY ANDPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. "Night of the Macabre," two tales of suspense h.IGHTOFTHE-ACABRE vTWOTALESOFSUSPENSE "Sorry, Wrong Number" and "Zero Hour" nh3ORRY 7RONG.UMBERvANDh:ERO(OURv nPRESENTEDBY3OUTH0ORTLAND(IGH3CHOOL$RAMA presented by South Portland High School Drama Club, South Portland High School Auditorium. #LUB 3OUTH0ORTLAND(IGH3CHOOL!UDITORIUM Donation. 767-3266. 7:30 p.m. today and Friday. $ONATION PMTODAYAND&RIDAY "Get Smart," Young Company production based h'ET3MART v9OUNG#OMPANYPRODUCTIONBASED on classic TV comedy, Theater Project, Brunswick. ONCLASSIC46COMEDY 4HEATER0ROJECT "RUNSWICK $12/donation. 729-8584. 7:30 p.m. Friday and DONATION PM&RIDAYAND Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 6. 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY4HROUGH.OV Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew," Franklin 3HAKESPEARESh4AMINGOFTHE3HREW v&RANKLIN Theater, Waynflete School, Portland. Free. 7744HEATER 7AYNmETE3CHOOL 0ORTLAND&REE 5721. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY "The Musical of Musicals (The Musical)," parody/ h4HE-USICALOF-USICALS4HE-USICAL vPARODY homage of five musicals, Corthell Concert Hall, HOMAGEOFlVEMUSICALS #ORTHELL#ONCERT(ALL USM Gorham. $5 to $15. 53-'ORHAMTOUSMMAINEEDUMUSIC 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "The Boyfriend," romantic spoof of 1920s musical h4HE"OYFRIEND vROMANTICSPOOFOFSMUSICAL comedy by Oak Hill Players of Scarborough High COMEDYBY/AK(ILL0LAYERSOF3CARBOROUGH(IGH School, Winslow Homer Center for the Arts, 3CHOOL 7INSLOW(OMER#ENTERFORTHE!RTS Scarborough. $6, $9. 937-2081. 7 p.m. Friday; 3CARBOROUGH  PM&RIDAY 1 and 7 p.m. Saturday; 7 p.m. Nov. 3. Through ANDPM3ATURDAYPM.OV4HROUGH Nov. 5. .OV One-Act Comedy Plays by Christopher Durang: /NE !CT#OMEDY0LAYSBY#HRISTOPHER$URANG "Mrs. Sorkin," "The Actor's Nightmare," "For h-RS3ORKIN vh4HE!CTORS.IGHTMARE vh&OR Whom the Southern Belle Tolls," "Nina in the 7HOMTHE3OUTHERN"ELLE4OLLS vh.INAINTHE Morning" and "Wanda's Visit," Skidompha Library, -ORNINGvANDh7ANDAS6ISIT v3KIDOMPHA,IBRARY Damariscotta. $15. 563-8116. 7:30 p.m. Friday $AMARISCOTTA PM&RIDAY and Saturday; 3 p.m. Sunday. AND3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "Mulan Jr.," theatrical musical adaptation, Waldo h-ULAN*R vTHEATRICALMUSICALADAPTATION 7ALDO Theater, Waldoboro. $10. 832-6060. 7 p.m. 4HEATER 7ALDOBORO PM Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "Peter Pumpkin Eater," Fairy Tale Players h0ETER0UMPKIN%ATER v&AIRY4ALE0LAYERS production, Acorn Studios, Westbrook. $7; $5 PRODUCTION !CORN3TUDIOS 7ESTBROOK ages 12 and under. 854-0065. 11 a.m. Saturday; AGESANDUNDER AM3ATURDAY 2 p.m. Sunday. PM3UNDAY Colby on Stage, variety show by student #OLBYON3TAGE VARIETYSHOWBYSTUDENT performers, Colby College (StriderTheater), PERFORMERS #OLBY#OLLEGE3TRIDER4HEATER Waterville. Free. 859-4521. 7:30 p.m. Saturday. 7ATERVILLE&REE PM3ATURDAY "An Evening with Groucho," one-man show h!N%VENINGWITH'ROUCHO vONE MANSHOW starring Frank Ferrante, Franco-American Heritage STARRING&RANK&ERRANTE &RANCO !MERICAN(ERITAGE Center, Lewiston. $20; $15 for students and #ENTER ,EWISTONFORSTUDENTSAND seniors, 7:30 p.m. Saturday. SENIORSTICKETTURTLECOMPM3ATURDAY "Stories in My Pocket Too," deaf and hearing h3TORIESIN-Y0OCKET4OO vDEAFANDHEARING actors from National Theatre of the Deaf, Talbot ACTORSFROM.ATIONAL4HEATREOFTHE$EAF 4ALBOT Auditorium, Luther Bonney Hall, USM Portland. !UDITORIUM ,UTHER"ONNEY(ALL 53-0ORTLAND $8. 780-5957. 4 p.m. Saturday.  PM3ATURDAY "God of Carnage," Tony Award-winning comedy, h'ODOF#ARNAGE v4ONY!WARD WINNINGCOMEDY Portland Stage Company. $30 to $39; half-off for 0ORTLAND3TAGE#OMPANYTOHALF OFFFOR ages 25 and under, 7:30 p.m. AGESANDUNDERPORTLANDSTAGEORGPM Tuesday to Nov. 3. Through Nov. 20. 4UESDAYTO.OV4HROUGH.OV "August: Osage County," Pulitzer Prize and Tony h!UGUST/SAGE#OUNTY v0ULITZER0RIZEAND4ONY Award-winning play by Good Theater (mature !WARD WINNINGPLAYBY'OOD4HEATERMATURE themes and adult language), St. Lawrence Arts THEMESANDADULTLANGUAGE 3T,AWRENCE!RTS Center, Portland, $20 to $30. #ENTER 0ORTLAND TOGOODTHEATERCOM 7 p.m. Wednesday and Nov. 3. Through Nov. 20. PM7EDNESDAYAND.OV4HROUGH.OV "Bus Stop," classic play about eight people in h"US3TOP vCLASSICPLAYABOUTEIGHTPEOPLEIN a snow-bound cafe, Bates College (Gannett ASNOW BOUNDCAFE "ATES#OLLEGE'ANNETT Theater), Lewiston. $6. 786-6161. 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4HEATER ,EWISTON PM.OV 3. Through Nov. 6. 4HROUGH.OV "A Little Murder Never Hurt Anyone," by the h!,ITTLE-URDER.EVER(URT!NYONE vBYTHE Theatre Company at FHS, Falmouth High School. 4HEATRE#OMPANYAT&(3 &ALMOUTH(IGH3CHOOL $5, $7. 329-5858. 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3. Through   PM.OV4HROUGH Nov. 6. .OV "Doll House," Henrik Ibsen drama, Bowdoin h$OLL(OUSE v(ENRIK)BSENDRAMA "OWDOIN College (PickardTheater), Brunswick. Free. #OLLEGE0ICKARD4HEATER "RUNSWICK&REE 725-3375. 8 p.m. Nov. 3. Through Nov. 5.  PM.OV4HROUGH.OV

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PM 12:55 p.m. Met Opera Live in HD, screening of Mozart's -ET/PERA,IVEIN($ SCREENINGOF-OZARTS "Don Giovanni," Fryeburg Academy. $18 to h$ON'IOVANNI v&RYEBURG!CADEMYTO $26.935-9232. 1 p.m.  PM All Souls Walk, narrated historical walkthrough !LL3OULS7ALK NARRATEDHISTORICALWALKTHROUGH Kennebunk's Hope Cemetery with costumed +ENNEBUNKS(OPE#EMETERYWITHCOSTUMED HISTORICALINTERPRETERS "RICK3TORE-USEUM historical interpreters, Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk. $5. 985-4802. 1 to 4 p.m. +ENNEBUNK TOPM !LL3OULS$INNER HARVESTBUFFETDINNERAND All Soul's Dinner, harvest buffet dinner and costumed historical figures from "All Soul's COSTUMEDHISTORICALlGURESFROMh!LL3OULS Walk"; benefits Brick Store Museum; Nonantum 7ALKvBENElTS"RICK3TORE-USEUM.ONANTUM 2ESORT +ENNEBUNKPORT PM Resort, Kennebunkport. $25. 967-4050. 7 p.m. Shantala, sacred chanting featuring Indian 3HANTALA SACREDCHANTINGFEATURING)NDIAN music and participatory devotional singing, MUSICANDPARTICIPATORYDEVOTIONALSINGING The Awake Collective, Portland. $15 to $20. 4HE!WAKE#OLLECTIVE 0ORTLANDTO 7:30 p.m. THEAWAKECOLLECTIVECOMPM

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "In the Blood," new documentary on Maine's h)NTHE"LOOD vNEWDOCUMENTARYON-AINES LUMBERCAMPS /PERA(OUSEAT"OOTHBAY lumber camps, Opera House at Boothbay (ARBOR PM Harbor. $10. 633-5159. 7:30 p.m. SUNDAY 35.$!9 Bluestocking Film Series: Films by Women, "LUESTOCKING&ILM3ERIES&ILMSBY7OMEN 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $5. 4 p.m. STLAWRENCEARTSORGPM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 h&RIGHT.IGHTv&ILM3ERIESh#ARRIEv RATED "Fright Night" Film Series: "Carrie" (1976, rated R), Patten Free Library, Bath. Free. 443-5141. 2 0ATTEN&REE,IBRARY "ATH&REE  6:30 p.m. PM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 "Play Again" (2010), award-winning h0LAY!GAINv AWARD WINNING documentary, Congregational Church of DOCUMENTARY #ONGREGATIONAL#HURCHOF Cumberland. Free. 699-2989. 7 p.m. #UMBERLAND&REE PM

SUNDAY 35.$!9 Psychic Sunday, Lucid Stage, Portland. $1 0SYCHIC3UNDAY ,UCID3TAGE 0ORTLAND Chefs Eric Ripert, left, and Anthony 1VSTa3`WQ@W^S`bZSTbO\R/\bV]\g admission; additional fees for readings, products ADMISSIONADDITIONALFEESFORREADINGS PRODUCTS Bourdain will speak at Merrill 0]c`ROW\eWZZa^SOYOb;S``WZZ and services, 11 a.m. to NOV. 3 ./6 ANDSERVICESONTHENEWEDGECOMAMTO Auditorium in Portland on Nov. 3. 4 p.m. "Question One: The Battle for Same-Sex /cRWb]`Wc[W\>]`bZO\R]\<]d! h1UESTION/NE4HE"ATTLEFOR3AME 3EX PM Marriage in America," documentary about the -ARRIAGEIN!MERICA vDOCUMENTARYABOUTTHE Oxford Fire Relief Organization Annual Craft /XFORD&IRE2ELIEF/RGANIZATION!NNUAL#RAFT WEDNESDAY 2009 same-sex referendum, Cinemagic Grand, SAME SEXREFERENDUM #INEMAGIC'RAND 7%$.%3$!9 Fair, Oxford Public Safety Building. 754-2583. &AIR /XFORD0UBLIC3AFETY"UILDING  Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) South Portland. $6; tickets must be purchased in 3OUTH0ORTLANDTICKETSMUSTBEPURCHASEDIN $IADELOS-UERTOS$AYOFTHE$EAD 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. AMTOPM3ATURDAY advance. q1 7 p.m. Community Celebration, music by Primo ADVANCEQ THEMOVIECOMPM #OMMUNITY#ELEBRATION MUSICBY0RIMO Cubano, gallery of shrines and artwork, Bates #UBANO GALLERYOFSHRINESANDARTWORK "ATES Mill Atrium, Lewiston. $5/donation. -ILL!TRIUM ,EWISTONDONATIONLAARTSORG SPECIAL EVENTS N30%#)!,%6%.43 BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM TODAY 4/$!9 OneBook Book Club with Chris Thompson, /NE"OOK"OOK#LUBWITH#HRIS4HOMPSON NOV. 3 ./6 Dinner with The Pirates, Portland Pirates $INNERWITH4HE0IRATES 0ORTLAND0IRATES author of "Felt: Fluxus, Joseph Beuys and the AUTHOROFh&ELT&LUXUS *OSEPH"EUYSANDTHE Good vs. Evil: Chefs Anthony Bourdain and 'OODVS%VIL#HEFS!NTHONY"OURDAINAND coaches, players and Ice Girls will be guest COACHES PLAYERSAND)CE'IRLSWILLBEGUEST Dalai Lama," Frontier Cafe, Cinema & Gallery, $ALAI,AMA v&RONTIER#AFE #INEMA'ALLERY Eric Ripert, frank and provocative insight %RIC2IPERT FRANKANDPROVOCATIVEINSIGHT servers, Ri Ra Irish Pub, Portland. Menu prices. SERVERS 2I2A)RISH0UB 0ORTLAND-ENUPRICES Brunswick. 228-8264. 7 p.m. today. "RUNSWICK PMTODAY about what happens behind kitchen doors, ABOUTWHATHAPPENSBEHINDKITCHENDOORS 761-4446. 7p.m.  PM "Bill Bunting: Author and Raconteur," History h"ILL"UNTING!UTHORAND2ACONTEUR v(ISTORY Merrill Auditorium, Portland. $45 to $55. -ERRILL!UDITORIUM 0ORTLANDTO of Maritime New England presentation, Sail OF-ARITIME.EW%NGLANDPRESENTATION 3AIL FRIDAY &2)$!9 7:30 p.m. PORTLANDOVATIONSORGPM Power and Steam Museum, Rockland. Free. 0OWERAND3TEAM-USEUM 2OCKLAND&REE Blabbermouth Night II, in honor of Leo "LABBERMOUTH.IGHT)) INHONOROF,EO 7 p.m. Friday. SAILPOWERSTEAMMUSEUMORGPM&RIDAY SUNDAY 35.$!9 Krikorian's weekly Blabbermouth nights in +RIKORIANSWEEKLY"LABBERMOUTHNIGHTSIN Day of the Dead Open Poetry Reading, Harlow $AYOFTHE$EAD/PEN0OETRY2EADING (ARLOW The Art of Local Food, local food tasting and 4HE!RTOF,OCAL&OOD LOCALFOODTASTINGAND FILMS N&),-3 1950s San Francisco, Yvette Torres Fine Art, S3AN&RANCISCO 9VETTE4ORRES&INE!RT Gallery, Hallowell. Donation. 622-3813. 5 to 7 'ALLERY (ALLOWELL$ONATION TO live music benefit for Natural Resources Council 2OCKLAND TOPM LIVEMUSICBENElTFOR.ATURAL2ESOURCES#OUNCIL Rockland. 332-4014. 6 to 8 p.m. TODAY 4/$!9 p.m. Friday. PM&RIDAY of Maine, Point Lookout, Northport. $40. 4:30 OF-AINE 0OINT,OOKOUT .ORTHPORT Bar Mills Community Church Players Dinner "AR-ILLS#OMMUNITY#HURCH0LAYERS$INNER Independent Film Series: "Local Color" (2006, )NDEPENDENT&ILM3ERIESh,OCAL#OLORv Rosalie Deer Heart, author of "Awaken Your 2OSALIE$EER(EART AUTHOROFh!WAKEN9OUR to 6:30 p.m. TOPM Theater, performance of the play "His Word is 4HEATER PERFORMANCEOFTHEPLAYh(IS7ORDIS rated R), Fryeburg Academy. $8; $4 for students RATED2 &RYEBURG!CADEMYFORSTUDENTS All-Knowing Heart," Cold Water Creek at the !LL +NOWING(EART v#OLD7ATER#REEKATTHE Love," Bar Mills Community Church, Buxton. ,OVE v"AR-ILLS#OMMUNITY#HURCH "UXTON and seniors. 935-9232. 7:30 p.m. ANDSENIORS PM Maine Mall, South Portland. 730-2288. 5 to 7 -AINE-ALL 3OUTH0ORTLAND TO $12; $25 per family. 929-5555. 6:30 p.m. Friday h4RAVELSBY#ANOEIN!LASKAS7ESTERN!RCTIC v PERFAMILY PM&RIDAY "Travels by Canoe in Alaska's Western Arctic," p.m. Sunday. PM3UNDAY FAIRS/FESTIVALS N&!)23&%34)6!,3 and Saturday. AND3ATURDAY Bowdoin College (Schwartz Outdoor Leadership Book Discussion, T.R. Reid's "The Healing of "OWDOIN#OLLEGE3CHWARTZ/UTDOOR,EADERSHIP "OOK$ISCUSSION 422EIDSh4HE(EALINGOF Autumn Craft Bazaar, handcrafted items, !UTUMN#RAFT"AZAAR HANDCRAFTEDITEMS Center), Brunswick. Free. 725-3396. 7:30 p.m. #ENTER "RUNSWICK&REE PM America," Bangor Public Library. Free. 947!MERICA v"ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE collectibles, jewelry and more, Auburn Public COLLECTIBLES JEWELRYANDMORE !UBURN0UBLIC SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Maine Masters Project, art films on Dahlov -AINE-ASTERS0ROJECT ARTlLMSON$AHLOV 8336. 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. PM4UESDAY Library. 333-6640. 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday. ,IBRARY TOPM&RIDAY Annual Traditions Auction, silent and live !NNUAL4RADITIONS!UCTION SILENTANDLIVE Ipcar and Olive Pierce, Harlow Gallery, )PCARAND/LIVE0IERCE (ARLOW'ALLERY Cynthia G. Neale, author of "Norah: The #YNTHIA'.EALE AUTHOROFh.ORAH4HE Christmas Fair, Longfellow Place, Westbrook. #HRISTMAS&AIR ,ONGFELLOW0LACE 7ESTBROOK auction with dinner and cash bar, Catherine AUCTIONWITHDINNERANDCASHBAR #ATHERINE Hallowell. Free, 7 p.m. (ALLOWELL&REEWWWHARLOWGALLERYORGPM Making of an Irish-American Woman in 19th -AKINGOFAN)RISH !MERICAN7OMANINTH 854-9623. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.  AMTOPM3ATURDAY McAuley High School, Portland. $40. 797-3802. -C!ULEY(IGH3CHOOL 0ORTLAND  Century New York," York Public Library. Free. #ENTURY.EW9ORK v9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE Fine Arts and Craft Fair, juried show of Maine &INE!RTSAND#RAFT&AIR JURIEDSHOWOF-AINE 5:30 p.m. PM FRIDAY &2)$!9 363-2818. 7 p.m. Tuesday.  PM4UESDAY artisans with more than 60 vendors, Hall-Dale ARTISANSWITHMORETHANVENDORS (ALL $ALE Day of the Dead Performance, story of grief $AYOFTHE$EAD0ERFORMANCE STORYOFGRIEF "ATaste of Old Holland," film with narration, h!4ASTEOF/LD(OLLAND vlLMWITHNARRATION High School, Farmingdale. Free admission. (IGH3CHOOL &ARMINGDALE&REEADMISSION with poetry, song and projected images, not WITHPOETRY SONGANDPROJECTEDIMAGES NOT Araxine Wilkins Sawyer Memorial, Greene. !RAXINE7ILKINS3AWYER-EMORIAL 'REENE 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. HALLDALECRAFTFAIRCOMAMTOPM3ATURDAY recommended for young children, Harlow RECOMMENDEDFORYOUNGCHILDREN (ARLOW Free. 946-5311.2 and 7 p.m. &REE ANDPM PARTICIPANT DANCE N0!24)#)0!.4$!.#% 26th Annual Fall Craft Show, local and New TH!NNUAL&ALL#RAFT3HOW LOCALAND.EW Gallery, Hallowell. Donation. 6 p.m. 'ALLERY (ALLOWELL$ONATIONPM "Green Fire: Aldo Leopold and a Land Ethic for h'REEN&IRE!LDO,EOPOLDANDA,AND%THICFOR Ecstatic Dance, with DJ, The Awake Collective, %CSTATIC$ANCE WITH$* 4HE!WAKE#OLLECTIVE England artisans, jewelry, stained glass, %NGLANDARTISANS JEWELRY STAINEDGLASS Met Opera Live In HD, a screening of Mozart's -ET/PERA,IVE)N($ ASCREENINGOF-OZARTS Our Time," documentary, First Parish Unitarian /UR4IME vDOCUMENTARY &IRST0ARISH5NITARIAN Portland. $10 to $20. 0ORTLANDTOTHEAWAKECOLLECTIVECOM paintings, pottery and more, Augusta Armory. PAINTINGS POTTERYANDMORE !UGUSTA!RMORY "Don Giovanni," Lincoln Theater, Damarih$ON'IOVANNI v,INCOLN4HEATER $AMARI Universalist Church, Kennebunk. Free. 9855NIVERSALIST#HURCH +ENNEBUNK&REE 10 a.m. to noon Sunday. AMTONOON3UNDAY 946-7079. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and  AMTOPM3ATURDAYAND scotta. $23; $21 for seniors, SCOTTAFORSENIORSATTHELINCOLNORG 3700. 7p.m. PM Sunday. 3UNDAY


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OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 Art Walk, downtown Biddeford. !RT7ALK DOWNTOWN"IDDEFORD 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. BIDDEFORDARTWALKCOMTOPM&RIDAY "Vessels Old and New," marine works by h6ESSELS/LDAND.EW vMARINEWORKSBY Edward Mackenzie, Richmond Store Gallery. %DWARD-ACKENZIE 2ICHMOND3TORE'ALLERY 737-4724. Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m.  /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM Friday. &RIDAY 10X10 Art Exhibit and Sale, June Fitzpatrick 8!RT%XHIBITAND3ALE *UNE&ITZPATRICK Gallery at MECA, Portland. 699-5083. 5 to 8 'ALLERYAT-%#! 0ORTLAND TO p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. PM&RIDAYAMTOPM3ATURDAY Carlo Pittore: "Day of 1000 Drawings," sale #ARLO0ITTOREh$AYOF$RAWINGS vSALE and silent auction, Fort Andross, Brunswick. ANDSILENTAUCTION &ORT!NDROSS "RUNSWICK 809-9670. Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday.  .OONTOPM3ATURDAY "Courting the Muse," watercolors by Ken h#OURTINGTHE-USE vWATERCOLORSBY+EN Fellows, York Public Library. 363-2818. Opens &ELLOWS 9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY /PENS Tuesday. Through Dec. 30. 4UESDAY4HROUGH$EC Oil Paintings by Jack Riddle, Thomas Memorial /IL0AINTINGSBY*ACK2IDDLE 4HOMAS-EMORIAL Library, Cape Elizabeth. 799-1720. Opens ,IBRARY #APE%LIZABETH /PENS Tuesday. Through Nov. 30. 4UESDAY4HROUGH.OV Monika Kirtland: "The World Around Us," -ONIKA+IRTLANDh4HE7ORLD!ROUND5S v

textile art, Gallery Framing, Brunswick. 721TEXTILEART 'ALLERY&RAMING "RUNSWICK 0766. Opens Tuesday. Through Nov. 25. /PENS4UESDAY4HROUGH.OV Southern Maine Community College Senior Art 3OUTHERN-AINE#OMMUNITY#OLLEGE3ENIOR!RT Student Exhibition, The Gallery Room, Eastland 3TUDENT%XHIBITION 4HE'ALLERY2OOM %ASTLAND Park Hotel, Portland. 741-5865. Opens Tuesday. 0ARK(OTEL 0ORTLAND /PENS4UESDAY Through Nov. 18. 4HROUGH.OV CONTINUING #/.4).5).' June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA, Portland: *UNE&ITZPATRICK'ALLERYAT-%#! 0ORTLAND "Drawing the Line #8," drawings, through h$RAWINGTHE,INE vDRAWINGS THROUGH today; Amy Stacey Curtis, "Drawing the Line TODAY!MY3TACEY#URTIS h$RAWINGTHE,INE #9," through Nov. 18. 699-5083.  vTHROUGH.OV  Rose Contemporary, Portland: "Intimate 2OSE#ONTEMPORARY 0ORTLANDh)NTIMATE Abstraction," work by nine artists who explore !BSTRACTION vWORKBYNINEARTISTSWHOEXPLORE the fundamentals of image making on a smaller THEFUNDAMENTALSOFIMAGEMAKINGONASMALLER scale, through Saturday. 780-0700. SCALE THROUGH3ATURDAY  Greenhut Galleries, Portland: Mary Bourke: 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND-ARY"OURKE "Standing in Place," acrylic paintings, through h3TANDINGIN0LACE vACRYLICPAINTINGS THROUGH Saturday. 772-2693. 3ATURDAY  Grapheteria Gallery, Portland: "Sicilia," Sicilian 'RAPHETERIA'ALLERY 0ORTLANDh3ICILIA v3ICILIAN photography exhibit, through Monday. 772PHOTOGRAPHYEXHIBIT THROUGH-ONDAY 3709.  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 Addison Woolley Gallery, Portland: Ian !DDISON7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDLAN Sockloff, Norm Proulx and Bethany Mitchell, 3OCKLOFF .ORM0ROULXAND"ETHANY-ITCHELL silver gelatin photographs, still life on surfaces SILVERGELATINPHOTOGRAPHS STILLLIFEONSURFACES and photography, through Saturday. 450-8499. ANDPHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH3ATURDAY  Harmons & Bartons Gallery, Portland: (ARMONS"ARTONS'ALLERY 0ORTLAND Photographer Stephanie Hatzenbuehler and 0HOTOGRAPHER3TEPHANIE(ATZENBUEHLERAND graphic artist Morgan McAllister DiPietro, GRAPHICARTIST-ORGAN-C!LLISTER$I0IETRO through Monday. 774-5948. THROUGH-ONDAY  Richard Boyd Gallery, Peaks Island: "Diversity," 2ICHARD"OYD'ALLERY 0EAKS)SLANDh$IVERSITY v multi-artist show, through Sunday. 712-1097. MULTI ARTISTSHOW THROUGH3UNDAY  University of Southern Maine Art Gallery, Gor5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!RT'ALLERY 'OR ham: "Engaging Insects: Artists and Scientists," HAMh%NGAGING)NSECTS!RTISTSAND3CIENTISTS v nine artists and scientists, through Nov. 10. NINEARTISTSANDSCIENTISTS THROUGH.OV 780-5008.   Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth: Lori %LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH,ORI Ingraham: "Foliage" and Harry Nadler: )NGRAHAMh&OLIAGEvAND(ARRY.ADLER "Sightings," through Dec. 4. 781-2620. h3IGHTINGS vTHROUGH$EC  Village Green Park, Yarmouth: Artisans 6ILLAGE'REEN0ARK 9ARMOUTH!RTISANS Collective Art in the Park, local artisans #OLLECTIVE!RTINTHE0ARK LOCALARTISANS painting, throwing clay and displaying pottery, PAINTING THROWINGCLAYANDDISPLAYINGPOTTERY photography and fiber, Sunday. 846-7967. PHOTOGRAPHYANDlBER 3UNDAY 

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Continued from Page E27 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 % -AIN3TREET#OMMUNITY-USIC#ENTER 9AR 317 Main Street Community Music Center, YarMOUTH!NNE2ITCHIE PHOTOGRAPHSONCANVASAND mouth: Anne Ritchie, photographs on canvas and in print, through Nov. 11. INPRINT THROUGH.OVMAINSTORG Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport: "Celebrate 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORTh#ELEBRATE Women Artists in Maine," group show of 20 art7OMEN!RTISTSIN-AINE vGROUPSHOWOFART ISTS THROUGH$EC  ists, through Dec. 31.865-4519. Freeport Public Library: Mary Berry, &REEPORT0UBLIC,IBRARY-ARY"ERRY contemporary landscapes in oil and acrylic, CONTEMPORARYLANDSCAPESINOILANDACRYLIC through Monday. 865-3307. THROUGH-ONDAY  Icon Contemporary Art, Brunswick: Henry )CON#ONTEMPORARY!RT "RUNSWICK(ENRY Wolyniec: "New Work," through Nov. 19. 7257OLYNIECh.EW7ORK vTHROUGH.OV 8157.  Summer Island Studio - Gallery of Fine Artisans, 3UMMER)SLAND3TUDIOn'ALLERYOF&INE!RTISANS Brunswick: "Totems of Land and Sea," watercolor"RUNSWICKh4OTEMSOF,ANDAND3EA vWATERCOLOR ist and Asian brush painter Jean Kigel, through ISTAND!SIANBRUSHPAINTER*EAN+IGEL THROUGH Monday. 373-1810. -ONDAY  Whatnot Gallery, Spindleworks, Brunswick: "Pic7HATNOT'ALLERY 3PINDLEWORKS "RUNSWICKh0IC ture This," photography exhibit, through Monday. TURE4HIS vPHOTOGRAPHYEXHIBIT THROUGH-ONDAY


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  725-8820. Markings Gallery, Bath: "A Colorful Palette," -ARKINGS'ALLERY "ATHh!#OLORFUL0ALETTE v !NNETTE+EARNEY (EIDI$AUB !NN3KLAR .ATASHA Annette Kearney, Heidi Daub, Ann Sklar, Natasha +EMPERS #ULLENANDOTHERSANDh$ELICIOUS7OOL Kempers-Cullen and others; and "Delicious Wool, ,OCAL#OLOR v-AINEARTISTANDFARMER.ANNE Local Color," Maine artist and farmer Nanne Kennedy's yarns and blankets, both through +ENNEDYSYARNSANDBLANKETS BOTHTHROUGH -ONDAYh7EARABLE!RT vHANDWOVEN PAINTED Monday; "Wearable Art," handwoven, painted, FELTEDANDFORGEDWEARABLES THROUGH.OV felted and forged wearables, through Nov. 30. MARKINGSGALLERYCOM Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor: John Sidell: 'LEASON&INE!RT "OOTHBAY(ARBOR*OHN3IDELL "The Sum of the Parts" and Brad Betts, Philip Frey, h4HE3UMOFTHE0ARTSvAND"RAD"ETTS 0HILIP&REY ,ORETTA+RUPINSKIAND*OHN.EVILLEh$OWNTOTHE Loretta Krupinski and John Neville: "Down to the Sea in Ships!", both through Saturday; Sara Gray: 3EAIN3HIPSv BOTHTHROUGH3ATURDAY3ARA'RAY "Transitions," landscape photography, through h4RANSITIONS vLANDSCAPEPHOTOGRAPHY THROUGH Nov. 30. 699-5599. .OV  Boothbay Region Art Foundation Gallery, "OOTHBAY2EGION!RT&OUNDATION'ALLERY Boothbay Harbor: "ArtinMe," statewide juried art "OOTHBAY(ARBORh!RTIN-E vSTATEWIDEJURIEDART show featuring Maine artists, through Nov. 19. SHOWFEATURING-AINEARTISTS THROUGH.OV 633-2703.   George Marshall Store Gallery, York: Duncan 'EORGE-ARSHALL3TORE'ALLERY 9ORK$UNCAN Johnson, Robert LaBranche and David Orser, *OHNSON 2OBERT,A"RANCHEAND$AVID/RSER multi-media, through Nov. 13. 351-1083. MULTI MEDIA THROUGH.OV  York Art Association, York Harbor: "Observa9ORK!RT!SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBORh/BSERVA

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tions," photography show, through Sunday. TIONS vPHOTOGRAPHYSHOW THROUGH3UNDAY 363-4049.   2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNKh2ETROSPECTIVE v River Tree Arts, Kennebunk: "Retrospective," SELECTEDWORKSBYTHELATE*OHN3CHOEPmE THROUGH selected works by the late John Schoepfle, through -ONDAY  Monday. 967-9120. Red Door Pottery Studio, Kittery: "Focus on 2ED$OOR0OTTERY3TUDIO +ITTERYh&OCUSON )NDIA vPHOTOSBY,AWRENCE%LBROCH THROUGH India," photos by Lawrence Elbroch, through Dec. 15.439-5671. $EC  4HE"AKERY $AMARISCOTTA0AINTINGSBY,EA0ETER The Bakery, Damariscotta: Paintings by Lea Peterson, through Nov. 30. 563-2867. SON THROUGH.OV  Damariscotta River Grill: "Art at the Grill," work $AMARISCOTTA2IVER'RILLh!RTATTHE'RILL vWORK BY%D"OTKIN 'EORGE7ARDWELLAND+ATHLEEN by Ed Botkin, George Ward we 11 and Kathleen Thornton, through Monday, damariscottarivergri 4HORNTON THROUGH-ONDAYDAMARISCOTTARIVERGRI LLCOM Fryeburg Academy (Palmina F. and Stephen S. &RYEBURG!CADEMY0ALMINA&AND3TEPHEN3 0ACE'ALLERIESOF!RT h%NTWINED-ETAPHORS Pace Galleries of Art): "Entwined Metaphors: The Art of Florence Putterman," through Nov. 4. 4HE!RTOF&LORENCE0UTTERMAN vTHROUGH.OV FRYEBURGACADEMYORG Aarhus Gallery, Belfast: "The Earthly and the !ARHUS'ALLERY "ELFASTh4HE%ARTHLYANDTHE Ethereal," work by Pat Plourde and Prairie Stuart%THEREAL vWORKBY0AT0LOURDEAND0RAIRIE3TUART Wolff, through Sunday. 338-0001. 7OLFF THROUGH3UNDAY  Perimeter Gallery, Belfast: Paintings of Jobe Cole 0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFAST0AINTINGSOF*OBE#OLE and Tom Andersen, through Nov. 27. 338-0555. AND4OM!NDERSEN THROUGH.OV 


Continued from Page E25 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 # The answer: No one. In Maine, that 5IFBOTXFS/PPOF*O.BJOF UIBU burial ground probably predates the CVSJBMHSPVOEQSPCBCMZQSFEBUFTUIF Cumberland Farms by a couple hundred $VNCFSMBOE'BSNTCZBDPVQMFIVOESFE years. Still, we can't help but be perplexed ZFBST4UJMM XFDBOUIFMQCVUCFQFSQMFYFE by the juxtaposition of a cemetery against CZUIFKVYUBQPTJUJPOPGBDFNFUFSZBHBJOTU suburban sprawl. TVCVSCBOTQSBXM DRIVE-BY BURIALS ;I@M<$9P9LI@8CJ

Hatch-Mitchell Cemetery, 1-95 North, )BUDI.JUDIFMM$FNFUFSZ */PSUI  mile marker 23, Kennebunk: This small NJMFNBSLFS ,FOOFCVOL5IJTTNBMM family cemetery, which was used by the GBNJMZDFNFUFSZ XIJDIXBTVTFECZUIF Hatch and Mitchell families from the late )BUDIBOE.JUDIFMMGBNJMJFTGSPNUIFMBUF 1700s to the late 1800s, was once tucked TUPUIFMBUFT XBTPODFUVDLFE into the woods of Kennebunk. It became JOUPUIFXPPETPG,FOOFCVOL*UCFDBNF road-front property after the Maine SPBEGSPOUQSPQFSUZBGUFSUIF.BJOF Turnpike was laid down next to it. After 5VSOQJLFXBTMBJEEPXOOFYUUPJU"GUFS the widening project in the 1990s, the UIFXJEFOJOHQSPKFDUJOUIFT UIF cemetery found itself within a few feet of DFNFUFSZGPVOEJUTFMGXJUIJOBGFXGFFUPG 1-95's shoulder. *TTIPVMEFS Family patriarch Obediah Hatch, who 'BNJMZQBUSJBSDI0CFEJBI)BUDI XIP died about 200 years ago, might've been EJFEBCPVUZFBSTBHP NJHIUWFCFFO frustrated by the encroaching traffic. GSVTUSBUFECZUIFFODSPBDIJOHUSBGmD The families may have spent the first few 5IFGBNJMJFTNBZIBWFTQFOUUIFmSTUGFX weeks struggling to get back to sleep afXFFLTTUSVHHMJOHUPHFUCBDLUPTMFFQBG ter all that construction racket. They may UFSBMMUIBUDPOTUSVDUJPOSBDLFU5IFZNBZ have shouted at passing semi-trucks to IBWFTIPVUFEBUQBTTJOHTFNJUSVDLTUP "pipe down!" or "keep quiet!" and written iQJQFEPXOwPSiLFFQRVJFUwBOEXSJUUFO letters of complaint to town officials. MFUUFSTPGDPNQMBJOUUPUPXOPGmDJBMT On the upside, commuting north to Port0OUIFVQTJEF DPNNVUJOHOPSUIUP1PSU land is handier than it used to be. And the MBOEJTIBOEJFSUIBOJUVTFEUPCF"OEUIF families have moved from near-obscurity GBNJMJFTIBWFNPWFEGSPNOFBSPCTDVSJUZ to traveler's landmark. UPUSBWFMFSTMBOENBSL PAPER, PLASTIC OR PLOT? G8G<I#GC8JK@:FIGCFK6

Randall Family Cemetery, Shaw's 3BOEBMM'BNJMZ$FNFUFSZ 4IBXT Supermarket, Lower Main Street, 4VQFSNBSLFU -PXFS.BJO4USFFU  Freeport: Being in close proximity to 'SFFQPSU#FJOHJODMPTFQSPYJNJUZUP a grocery store is usually considered a BHSPDFSZTUPSFJTVTVBMMZDPOTJEFSFEB convenience - except when your current DPOWFOJFODFoFYDFQUXIFOZPVSDVSSFOU condition means eating is no longer part DPOEJUJPONFBOTFBUJOHJTOPMPOHFSQBSU of your daily routine. Then the passing PGZPVSEBJMZSPVUJOF5IFOUIFQBTTJOH carts full of bread loaves and coffee cake DBSUTGVMMPGCSFBEMPBWFTBOEDPGGFFDBLF seem like just a tease. TFFNMJLFKVTUBUFBTF For shoppers at the Shaw's Supermar'PSTIPQQFSTBUUIF4IBXT4VQFSNBS ket in Freeport, the family cemetery adLFUJO'SFFQPSU UIFGBNJMZDFNFUFSZBE jacent to the grocer probably seems out KBDFOUUPUIFHSPDFSQSPCBCMZTFFNTPVU of place. But the 18 or so people buried PGQMBDF#VUUIFPSTPQFPQMFCVSJFE there weren't planning to spend eternity UIFSFXFSFOUQMBOOJOHUPTQFOEFUFSOJUZ next to the deli counter. That private cemOFYUUPUIFEFMJDPVOUFS5IBUQSJWBUFDFN etery was once part of a large farm. FUFSZXBTPODFQBSUPGBMBSHFGBSN Even more confusing to the people &WFONPSFDPOGVTJOHUPUIFQFPQMF buried there: What in Jebediah's name is CVSJFEUIFSF8IBUJO+FCFEJBITOBNFJT a Hot Pocket? B)PU1PDLFU

Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport: #ENTERFOR-AINE#ONTEMPORARY!RT 2OCKPORT "Still/Moving," performance, video, sculptural h3TILL-OVING vPERFORMANCE VIDEO SCULPTURAL OBJECTS PRINTMAKINGANDPHOTOGRAPHYBY objects, printmaking and photography by $EBORAH7ING 3PROULh3FERICSAND!URAL Deborah Wing-Sproul; "Sferics and Aural Ecosystem," installation artists Zach Poff and %COSYSTEM vINSTALLATIONARTISTS:ACH0OFFAND N.B. Aldrich; and "Pieced" and "Wired," ."!LDRICHANDh0IECEDvANDh7IRED v CONTEMPORARYARTISTS'ABRIELLA$)TALIA 'EORGE contemporary artists Gabriella D'ltalia, George -ASONAND%LLEN7IESKE ALLTHROUGH$EC Mason and Ellen Wieske, all through Dec. 11. CMCANOWORG Messier Gallery, Rockport: "Regeneration: -ESSLER'ALLERY 2OCKPORTh2EGENERATION Fine Woodworkers Under 30," national juried &INE7OODWORKERS5NDER vNATIONALJURIED exhibition, through Nov. 23. 594-5611. EXHIBITION THROUGH.OV  Yvette Torres Fine Art, Rockland: Kim Bernard: 9VETTE4ORRES&INE!RT 2OCKLAND+IM"ERNARD "Pendulum Series," encaustics, through Sunday. h0ENDULUM3ERIES vENCAUSTICS THROUGH3UNDAY (888)777-1077.    #2!&4'ALLERY 2OCKLANDh7EARABLE &UNCTIONAL CRAFT Gallery, Rockland: "Wearable, Functional, Beautiful," contemporary graphic design and "EAUTIFUL vCONTEMPORARYGRAPHICDESIGNAND form, through Nov. 27. 594-0167. FORM THROUGH.OV  Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland: Painters Bayard Hol#ALDBECK'ALLERY 2OCKLAND0AINTERS"AYARD(OL lins and Jon Taner, through Nov. 12. 594-5935. LINSAND*ON4ANER THROUGH.OV  Art Space Gallery, Rockland: Emilia Carbone, !RT3PACE'ALLERY 2OCKLAND%MILIA#ARBONE Marjorie Strauss and Hannah Nelsbach, plus 16 -ARJORIE3TRAUSSAND(ANNAH.ELSBACH PLUS other artists, through Nov. 3. OTHERARTISTS THROUGH.OVARTSPACEMAINECOM


Percival Baxter's Pet Cemetery, 1FSDJWBM#BYUFST1FU$FNFUFSZ  Mackworth Island, Falmouth: It's not .BDLXPSUI*TMBOE 'BMNPVUI*UTOPU just humans who find themselves tucked KVTUIVNBOTXIPmOEUIFNTFMWFTUVDLFE into the earth for their eternal slumber JOUPUIFFBSUIGPSUIFJSFUFSOBMTMVNCFS - some pets are treated just as honorably. oTPNFQFUTBSFUSFBUFEKVTUBTIPOPSBCMZ And while many a backyard has a beloved "OEXIJMFNBOZBCBDLZBSEIBTBCFMPWFE family cat or dog buried under the grass, GBNJMZDBUPSEPHCVSJFEVOEFSUIFHSBTT  not many animal resting places can rival OPUNBOZBOJNBMSFTUJOHQMBDFTDBOSJWBM that of former Gov. Percival Baxter's pet UIBUPGGPSNFS(PW1FSDJWBM#BYUFSTQFU cemetery. DFNFUFSZ Fourteen Irish setters and a horse 'PVSUFFO*SJTITFUUFSTBOEBIPSTF named Jerry Roan are buried on MackOBNFE+FSSZ3PBOBSFCVSJFEPO.BDL worth Island, tucked in the woods behind XPSUI*TMBOE UVDLFEJOUIFXPPETCFIJOE walking trails and near a school for the XBMLJOHUSBJMTBOEOFBSBTDIPPMGPSUIF deaf. The cemetery is open to the public EFBG5IFDFNFUFSZJTPQFOUPUIFQVCMJD from dawn to dusk. GSPNEBXOUPEVTL The burial ground seems as serene as 5IFCVSJBMHSPVOETFFNTBTTFSFOFBT it likely was in 1901, when Skip the Irish JUMJLFMZXBTJO XIFO4LJQUIF*SJTI setter was placed in a hole and buried TFUUFSXBTQMBDFEJOBIPMFBOECVSJFE there, and is a testament to the very huUIFSF BOEJTBUFTUBNFOUUPUIFWFSZIV man need to remember the people loved NBOOFFEUPSFNFNCFSUIFQFPQMFMPWFE - even if those people were pets and even oFWFOJGUIPTFQFPQMFXFSFQFUTBOEFWFO if we sometimes reused our dog's names, JGXFTPNFUJNFTSFVTFEPVSEPHTOBNFT  as Baxter tended to do. BT#BYUFSUFOEFEUPEP GET OFF MY LAWN! ><KF==DPC8NE

Smith Street Cemetery, Smith Street, 4NJUI4USFFU$FNFUFSZ 4NJUI4USFFU  South Portland: If your solitude is traded 4PVUI1PSUMBOE*GZPVSTPMJUVEFJTUSBEFE over time for something more crowded, PWFSUJNFGPSTPNFUIJOHNPSFDSPXEFE  you could do worse than to end up tucked ZPVDPVMEEPXPSTFUIBOUPFOEVQUVDLFE between single-family homes on a resiCFUXFFOTJOHMFGBNJMZIPNFTPOBSFTJ dential street only a few blocks from the EFOUJBMTUSFFUPOMZBGFXCMPDLTGSPNUIF beach. CFBDI Sure, there are the neighborhood dis4VSF UIFSFBSFUIFOFJHICPSIPPEEJT putes to contend with (How long should QVUFTUPDPOUFOEXJUI )PXMPOHTIPVME holiday decorations remain up on the IPMJEBZEFDPSBUJPOTSFNBJOVQPOUIF house across the street before you lodge IPVTFBDSPTTUIFTUSFFUCFGPSFZPVMPEHF a complaint?), but after you've spent BDPNQMBJOU

CVUBGUFSZPVWFTQFOU decades in close quarters with your fellow EFDBEFTJODMPTFRVBSUFSTXJUIZPVSGFMMPX deceased, you probably have neighborliEFDFBTFE ZPVQSPCBCMZIBWFOFJHICPSMJ ness down to a science. OFTTEPXOUPBTDJFODF While the spirits of our state's past are 8IJMFUIFTQJSJUTPGPVSTUBUFTQBTUBSF a popular topic of conversation around BQPQVMBSUPQJDPGDPOWFSTBUJPOBSPVOE Halloween, the cemeteries near the road)BMMPXFFO UIFDFNFUFSJFTOFBSUIFSPBE side, next to the supermarket or down the TJEF OFYUUPUIFTVQFSNBSLFUPSEPXOUIF street are a reminder that the dead are TUSFFUBSFBSFNJOEFSUIBUUIFEFBEBSF always with us (while we commute, while BMXBZTXJUIVT XIJMFXFDPNNVUF XIJMF we shop, while we walk the dog). XFTIPQ XIJMFXFXBMLUIFEPH  They're also a reminder that we, too, 5IFZSFBMTPBSFNJOEFSUIBUXF UPP  will one day join the dead, and that the XJMMPOFEBZKPJOUIFEFBE BOEUIBUUIF place where we end up might end up beQMBDFXIFSFXFFOEVQNJHIUFOEVQCF ing someplace else. JOHTPNFQMBDFFMTF 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

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