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N#/.#%243 CONCERTS TODAY 4/$!9 Portland Jazz Orchestra, big band swing, 0ORTLAND*AZZ/RCHESTRA BIGBANDSWING /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND One Longfellow Square, Portland. $9. 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Rory Block, country/blues, Leura Hill Eastman 2ORY"LOCK COUNTRYBLUES ,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN Performing Arts Center, Fryeburg. $20; $15 for 0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER &RYEBURGFOR seniors; $10 for students, SENIORSFORSTUDENTSFRYEBURGACADEMYORG PACPM pac. 7:30 p.m. Sagapool, Canadian world music band, Unity 3AGAPOOL #ANADIANWORLDMUSICBAND 5NITY Centre for the Performing Arts. $15. #ENTREFORTHE0ERFORMING!RTSUNITYEDU uccpa. 7:30 p.m. UCCPAPM #AMDEN,IBRARY#OFFEEHOUSE WITH$AVIDAND4HE Camden Library Coffeehouse, with David and The Lowdown, Camden Public Library. $8. 236-3440. ,OWDOWN #AMDEN0UBLIC,IBRARY  7 p.m. PM Matt Baker and Dylan Grieve, mandolin, -ATT"AKERAND$YLAN'RIEVE MANDOLIN ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND$ONATION Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Donation, 7 p.m. LOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Johnny Winter, blues-rock, Jonathan's *OHNNY7INTER BLUES ROCK *ONATHANS Restaurant, Ogunquit. $44.50 to $85.50. 2ESTAURANT /GUNQUITTO 8 p.m. JONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM Jonathan Edwards, folk-rock, One Longfellow *ONATHAN%DWARDS FOLK ROCK /NE,ONGFELLOW Square, Portland. $35 in advance; $38 day of 3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF show, 8 p.m. SHOWONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Heather Masse and Jed Wilson, folk, blues, (EATHER-ASSEAND*ED7ILSON FOLK BLUES jazz and country, Stone Mountain Arts Center, JAZZANDCOUNTRY 3TONE-OUNTAIN!RTS#ENTER Brownfield. $20. "ROWNlELDSTONEMOUNTAINARTSCENTERCOM 8 p.m. PM Andre Nickatina, rap, with Fashawn & Mumbls, !NDRE.ICKATINA RAP WITH&ASHAWN-UMBLS 18-plus; Port City Music Hall, Portland. $15, $30.  PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM Burnt Beard Band, Americana, bluegrass, jazz "URNT"EARD"AND !MERICANA BLUEGRASS JAZZ and rock, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. ANDROCK ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND Donation, 7 p.m. $ONATIONLOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM SnackCakes with 5G, funky trio of pop divas, 3NACK#AKESWITH' FUNKYTRIOOFPOPDIVAS St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $15. 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. STLAWRENCEARTSORGPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY SATURDAY 3!452$!9 EDM Experience featuring Bamboora, six-hour %$-%XPERIENCEFEATURING"AMBOORA SIX HOUR

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SUNDAY 35.$!9 Hot Jazz Brunch, with Sean Mencher, Bob (OT*AZZ"RUNCH WITH3EAN-ENCHER "OB Hamilton, Derek Moniz and special guests, (AMILTON $EREK-ONIZANDSPECIALGUESTS Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Donation, ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. LOCALSPROUTSCOOPAMTOPM MONDAY -/.$!9 We Came as Romans, post-hardcore/metalcore, 7E#AMEAS2OMANS POST HARDCOREMETALCORE WITH%MMURE "LESSTHE&ALL 7OEIS-EAND4HE with Emmure, Bless the Fall, Woe is Me and The Color Morale, all ages; Port City Music Hall, #OLOR-ORALE ALLAGES0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL Portland. $20, $35. 7 p.m. 0ORTLAND PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Lost in the Trees, chamber pop, with Poor Moon, ,OSTINTHE4REES CHAMBERPOP WITH0OOR-OON 18-plus; Space, Portland. $10.  PLUS3PACE 0ORTLANDSPACEORG 8 p.m. PM Tall Boy Tuesday, with Milkman's Union and 4ALL"OY4UESDAY WITH-ILKMANS5NIONAND Butcher Boy, 18-plus; Port City Music Hall, "UTCHER"OY  PLUS0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL Portland. $2. 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDPORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM James Carter, jazz saxophonist, Bowdoin College *AMES#ARTER JAZZSAXOPHONIST "OWDOIN#OLLEGE (Studzinski Recital Hall), Brunswick. Free. 3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL(ALL "RUNSWICK&REE 798-4141. 7:30 p.m.  PM

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WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 OLS All-Star Revue Fundraiser, with Joe Walsh, /,3!LL 3TAR2EVUE&UNDRAISER WITH*OE7ALSH Darol Anger, Brittany Haas, Courtney Hartman $AROL!NGER "RITTANY(AAS #OURTNEY(ARTMAN and Amanda Kowalski, One Longfellow Square, AND!MANDA+OWALSKI /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE Portland. $25. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Alisdair Fraser and Natalie Haas, Scottish fiddle !LISDAIR&RASERAND.ATALIE(AAS 3COTTISHlDDLE and cello, Waldo Theater, Waldoboro. $25. ANDCELLO 7ALDO4HEATER 7ALDOBORO 7:30 p.m. THEWALDOORGPM Old Time Music Jam, open jam of Appalachian /LD4IME-USIC*AM OPENJAMOF!PPALACHIAN music, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/ MUSIC ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REE donation, 7 p.m. DONATIONLOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM APRIL 12 !02), Girlyman, Americana/rock, with Coyote Grace, 'IRLYMAN !MERICANAROCK WITH#OYOTE'RACE Jonathan's Restaurant, Ogunquit. $22.50. *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT 8 p.m. JONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM MarkTipton Quintet, playing jazz classics -ARK4IPTON1UINTET PLAYINGJAZZCLASSICS of Woody Shaw, One Longfellow Square, OF7OODY3HAW /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE Portland. $12 in advance; $15 day of show. 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Pretty Girls Sing Soprano, duo singing variety 0RETTY'IRLS3ING3OPRANO DUOSINGINGVARIETY of music, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. OFMUSIC ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND Donation, 7 p.m. $ONATIONLOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM

COMEDY N#/-%$9 Open Mic Comedy, 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. /PEN-IC#OMEDY  PLUS3LAINTE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. today and April 12. SLAINTEWINEBARCOMPMTODAYAND!PRIL "Great Comedy for Good Friday," with Karen h'REAT#OMEDYFOR'OOD&RIDAY vWITH+AREN Morgan, Nellie Coes, Tuck Tucker, Stephanie -ORGAN .ELLIE#OES 4UCK4UCKER 3TEPHANIE Doyle and John Ater; Frontier Cafe, Cinema & $OYLEAND*OHN!TER&RONTIER#AFE #INEMA Gallery, Brunswick. $10 in advance; $12 day of 'ALLERY "RUNSWICKINADVANCEDAYOF show, 7 p.m. Friday. SHOWEXPLOREFRONTIERCOMPM&RIDAY

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PXidflk_g\iZljj`fe`jkĂ&#x2039;jĂ&#x160;IXkXgcXeĂ&#x2039; Yarmouth percussionist's 'Rataplan' XZ_Xcc\e^\Xe[Xgc\Xjli\ a challenge and a pleasure #Z45&7&'&&/&: By STEVE FEENEY :BSNPVUIOBUJWF%FWJO(SBZHPUFBSMZ Yarmouth native Devin Gray got early JOTQJSBUJPOUPQMBZUIFESVNTGSPNOFYU inspiration to play the drums from nextEPPSOFJHICPS5POZ.D/BCPFPG3VTUJD door neighbor Tony McNaboe of Rustic 0WFSUPOFTGBNF)FSFDFJWFEGVSUIFSEJ Overtones fame. He received further diSFDUJPOGSPNBNVTJDJBOHSBOEGBUIFSBOE rection from a musician grandfather and an impressive list of local teachers, not BOJNQSFTTJWFMJTUPGMPDBMUFBDIFST OPU to mention the five summers he spent at UPNFOUJPOUIFmWFTVNNFSTIFTQFOUBU the Maine Jazz Camp. UIF.BJOF+B[[$BNQ After appearing on a few recordings as "GUFSBQQFBSJOHPOBGFXSFDPSEJOHTBT a sideman or co-leader since graduating BTJEFNBOPSDPMFBEFSTJODFHSBEVBUJOH from the Peabody Conservatory in BalGSPNUIF1FBCPEZ$POTFSWBUPSZJO#BM timore, the 28-year-old Brooklyn-based UJNPSF UIFZFBSPME#SPPLMZOCBTFE percussionist is now ready to take the QFSDVTTJPOJTUJTOPXSFBEZUPUBLFUIF helm. IFMN Gray's new CD, "Dirigo Rataplan" (SBZTOFX$% i%JSJHP3BUBQMBOw (scheduled to be released on Tuesday) is TDIFEVMFEUPCFSFMFBTFEPO5VFTEBZ JT a challenge as well as a real pleasure for BDIBMMFOHFBTXFMMBTBSFBMQMFBTVSFGPS the ears, and confirms that he is becomUIFFBST BOEDPOmSNTUIBUIFJTCFDPN ing a major musical force. JOHBNBKPSNVTJDBMGPSDF "Dirigo Rataplan" is a collection of comi%JSJHP3BUBQMBOwJTBDPMMFDUJPOPGDPN positions by Gray that furthers the freeQPTJUJPOTCZ(SBZUIBUGVSUIFSTUIFGSFF jazz tradition that began more than half a KB[[USBEJUJPOUIBUCFHBONPSFUIBOIBMGB century ago. Gray's approach is summed DFOUVSZBHP(SBZTBQQSPBDIJTTVNNFE up in his choice for the album title, which VQJOIJTDIPJDFGPSUIFBMCVNUJUMF XIJDI "denotes leading from the beat." iEFOPUFTMFBEJOHGSPNUIFCFBUw The drummer's quartet mates are 5IFESVNNFSTRVBSUFUNBUFTBSF first-rate improvisers with reputations mSTUSBUFJNQSPWJTFSTXJUISFQVUBUJPOT already established on the international BMSFBEZFTUBCMJTIFEPOUIFJOUFSOBUJPOBM jazz scene. Ellery Eskelin's sax work KB[[TDFOF&MMFSZ&TLFMJOTTBYXPSL has gained notice in a variety of settings. IBTHBJOFEOPUJDFJOBWBSJFUZPGTFUUJOHT Trumpeter Dave Ballou is no stranger 5SVNQFUFS%BWF#BMMPVJTOPTUSBOHFS to Maine stages, and memorably backed UP.BJOFTUBHFT BOENFNPSBCMZCBDLFE singer Sheila Jordan in Portland a few TJOHFS4IFJMB+PSEBOJO1PSUMBOEBGFX years back. Bassist Michael Formanek ZFBSTCBDL#BTTJTU.JDIBFM'PSNBOFL has lent his powerful sound locally in supIBTMFOUIJTQPXFSGVMTPVOEMPDBMMZJOTVQ port of the likes of Tim Berne. QPSUPGUIFMJLFTPG5JN#FSOF "Downtime" is the most accessible of i%PXOUJNFwJTUIFNPTUBDDFTTJCMFPG the eight tunes on the disc, beginning with UIFFJHIUUVOFTPOUIFEJTD CFHJOOJOHXJUI a funky figure from Formanek and soulful BGVOLZmHVSFGSPN'PSNBOFLBOETPVMGVM unison lines from the horns. Gray keeps VOJTPOMJOFTGSPNUIFIPSOT(SBZLFFQT things elastic, pushing and pulling at the UIJOHTFMBTUJD QVTIJOHBOEQVMMJOHBUUIF beat. It's hard not to dance to this one, but CFBU*UTIBSEOPUUPEBODFUPUIJTPOF CVU that gets tricky later as the bass pulls out UIBUHFUTUSJDLZMBUFSBTUIFCBTTQVMMTPVU and we get a more reflective passage. The BOEXFHFUBNPSFSFnFDUJWFQBTTBHF5IF groove does return, though, and all ends HSPPWFEPFTSFUVSO UIPVHI BOEBMMFOET well on this excellent piece. XFMMPOUIJTFYDFMMFOUQJFDF Gray has said that, being from Maine, (SBZIBTTBJEUIBU CFJOHGSPN.BJOF  he is very attuned to the sounds of nature. IFJTWFSZBUUVOFEUPUIFTPVOETPGOBUVSF While technically sophisticated, his music 8IJMFUFDIOJDBMMZTPQIJTUJDBUFE IJTNVTJD does feel organic in the way he creates EPFTGFFMPSHBOJDJOUIFXBZIFDSFBUFT

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sonic environments. "Katahdin" starts TPOJDFOWJSPONFOUTi,BUBIEJOwTUBSUT as a vigorous march (or climb) with BTBWJHPSPVTNBSDI PSDMJNC XJUI the leader keeping order as Ballou and UIFMFBEFSLFFQJOHPSEFSBT#BMMPVBOE Eskelin establish parameters before the &TLFMJOFTUBCMJTIQBSBNFUFSTCFGPSFUIF trumpeter takes the lead over Formanek's USVNQFUFSUBLFTUIFMFBEPWFS'PSNBOFLT groundwork. Eskelin tries out another exHSPVOEXPSL&TLFMJOUSJFTPVUBOPUIFSFY pressive path while Gray gets ever more QSFTTJWFQBUIXIJMF(SBZHFUTFWFSNPSF active with insistent flourishes. BDUJWFXJUIJOTJTUFOUnPVSJTIFT Perhaps the most formally impressive 1FSIBQTUIFNPTUGPSNBMMZJNQSFTTJWF cut is "Prospect Park in the Dark (for DVUJTi1SPTQFDU1BSLJOUIF%BSL GPS Charles Ives)." Gray shows substantial $IBSMFT*WFT w(SBZTIPXTTVCTUBOUJBM compositional skills here with sections DPNQPTJUJPOBMTLJMMTIFSFXJUITFDUJPOT that feel like chamber music set against UIBUGFFMMJLFDIBNCFSNVTJDTFUBHBJOTU improvisational rumbles and tumbles JNQSPWJTBUJPOBMSVNCMFTBOEUVNCMFT among the foursome. Gray's solo work on BNPOHUIFGPVSTPNF(SBZTTPMPXPSLPO the cymbals is a highlight, as is the piece's UIFDZNCBMTJTBIJHIMJHIU BTJTUIFQJFDFT very Ivesian transcendence of categories. WFSZ*WFTJBOUSBOTDFOEFODFPGDBUFHPSJFT Gray is working to line up some local (SBZJTXPSLJOHUPMJOFVQTPNFMPDBM gigs for later this year. In the meantime, HJHTGPSMBUFSUIJTZFBS*OUIFNFBOUJNF  check out this fine disc. DIFDLPVUUIJTmOFEJTD 

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What’s the old saying – “3-D fool me once, shame on you, 3-D fool me twice, shame on me?” “Clash of the Titans” was a nearly humorless, overly digitized remake of a piece of sword-and-sorcery cheese from the 1980s, an inoffensive big-budget trifle whose biggest sin was a post-production conversion to 3-D. The “Titans” sequel wasn’t converted, so the 3-D is a lot better. And the director of “Battle Los Angeles” and the screenwriters give it a lighter touch, a bit of mythic whimsy amongst all the muddle about gods, demigods, the father of gods and the end of the age of gods. In a boulder-strewn Greek past of volcanoes, but no trees, Perseus (Sam Worthington, stoic as ever) is living the life of a village fisherman and single dad to Helius (John Bell). The kid is growing up without religion, without his grandpa. That’s because Perseus knows “There’s no such as ‘good gods,’” and his dad, Zeus (Liam Neeson, giving his more than it deserves), is entirely too busy for grandparenting. He’s too busy narrating. “The time of the gods is ending,” Zeus narrates. Hades (Ralph Fiennes, always interesting) aims to hasten that. “You’re sweating like a human, brother,” Hades purrs. “Next, it’ll be tears.” With another son of Zeus, Ares (Edgar Ramirez), the god of war, Hades traps Zeus in the underworld. Perseus must round up a team and go get ’em, before


“WRATH OF THE TITANS,” starring Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Rosamund Pike, Bill Nighy and Danny Huston. Directed by Jonathan Liebesman. Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of fantasy violence and action. Running time: 1:39 god of gods Kronos cracks free and gods and men are drowned in a sea of lava. First among them is Andromeda, a vision in blond hair and armor played by Rosamund Pike. Bill Nighy steals the movie as Hephaestus, blacksmith and armorer to the gods. He makes the old tinkerer a crackpot who carries on conversations with himself, Gollum-style. Then, there’s the disreputable son of Poseidon, “The Navigator” Agenor, given a bemused spin by Toby Kebbell. He’s a reluctant recruit. “Would you do me a favor?” he asks Perseus. “Go to Hell.” So we know where this is going, and we know who’ll be in the final brawl. But director Jonathan Liebesman and company keep this stripped down (few gods, not too much dialogue) and manage a few surprises and a little fun on the trip. They even trot out Danny Huston as Poseidon, in a beard and get-up that remind us that his dad, John Huston, once played Noah on the big screen. Yes, this “Titans” is going to you-knowwhere. At least this one manages to make the 3-D ride worth the destination.

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Andre Nickatina 8e[i\E`ZbXk`eX with Fashawn and n`k_=Xj_XneXe[ Mumbls DldYcj For a time, his moniker was Dre 4]`ObW[SVWa[]\WYS`eOa2`S Dog. These days, rapper and 2]UBVSaSROga`O^^S`O\R producer Andre Nickatina has re^`]RcQS`/\R`S<WQYObW\OVOa`S invented himself with the musical W\dS\bSRVW[aSZTeWbVbVS[caWQOZ depth on his most recent record, RS^bV]\VWa[]ab`SQS\b`SQ]`R "Cocaine INC." Âľ1]QOW\S7<1Âś WHEN: 9 p.m. E63<('^[ WHERE: Port City Music E63@3(>]`b1Wbg;caWQ Hall, 504 Congress St., 6OZZ#"1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $15; $30 6=E;C16(#)! VIP; 18 years and older; D7>)&gSO`aO\R]ZRS`) ^]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][


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One Longfellow Square has put =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`SVOa^cb together a night to remember for b]USbVS`O\WUVbb]`S[S[PS`T]` their OLS All Star Revue benefit bVSW`=:A/ZZAbO`@SdcSPS\S¿b concert. A string band super Q]\QS`b/ab`W\UPO\Rac^S` group of Darol Anger, Joe Walsh, U`]c^]T2O`]Z/\US`8]SEOZaV Brittany Haas, Courtney Hart0`WbbO\g6OOa1]c`b\Sg6O`b man, Wes Corbett and Amanda [O\ESa1]`PSbbO\R/[O\RO Kowalski will be pulling out all 9]eOZaYWeWZZPS^cZZW\U]cbOZZ the stops - and strings - to supbVSab]^a³O\Rab`W\Ua³b]ac^ port One Longfellow Square's ^]`b=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S¸a nonprofit endeavors. \]\^`]¿bS\RSOd]`a WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: One Longfellow E63@3(=\S:]\UTSZZ]e Square, 181 State St., A_cO`S&AbObSAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $25; 6=E;C16( #) onelongfellowsquare. com ]\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][

'Eclipse' Ă&#x160;<Zc`gj\Ă&#x2039; Vivid Motion presents an original DWdWR;]bW]\^`SaS\baO\]`WUW\OZ ballet performed to selections POZZSb^S`T]`[SRb]aSZSQbW]\a of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the ]T>W\Y4Z]gR¸aÂľ2O`YAWRS]TbVS Moon." The show is described ;]]\ÂśBVSaV]eWaRSaQ`WPSR as one part soldier's story, one Oa]\S^O`ba]ZRWS`¸aab]`g]\S part prodigal lover and one ^O`b^`]RWUOZZ]dS`O\R]\S part "Alice in Wonderland." The ^O`bÂľ/ZWQSW\E]\RS`ZO\RÂśBVS show's second act will include aV]e¸aaSQ]\ROQbeWZZW\QZcRS another batch of "just for fun" O\]bVS`PObQV]TÂľXcabT]`Tc\Âś dances set to the music of Lady RO\QSaaSbb]bVS[caWQ]T:ORg Lamb the Beekeeper, Ben Folds :O[PbVS0SSYSS^S`0S\4]ZRa Five, Fatboy Slim and others. 4WdS4ObP]gAZW[O\R]bVS`a See "Eclipse" tonight, Friday or ASSÂľ3QZW^aSÂśb]\WUVb4`WROg]` Saturday night. AObc`ROg\WUVb WHEN: 7:30 p.m. E63<(%(!^[ WHERE: St. Lawrence Arts E63@3(Ab:Oe`S\QS/`ba Center, 76 Congress St., 1S\bS`%$1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $12;)$T]`c\ $6 for un6=E;C16( der 13; RS`!)abZOe`S\QSO`ba]`U

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Three-time Grammy winner BV`SSbW[S5`O[[geW\\S` Shawn Colvin performs a benAVOe\1]ZdW\^S`T]`[aOPS\ efit concert for the Aleigh Mills S¿bQ]\QS`bT]`bVS/ZSWUV;WZZa Scholarship Fund. Mills, from the AQV]ZO`aVW^4c\R;WZZaT`][bVS class of 2006, is remembered for QZOaa]T $Wa`S[S[PS`SRT]` her outgoing nature, concern for VS`]cbU]W\U\Obc`SQ]\QS`\T]` others and generous spirit. This ]bVS`aO\RUS\S`]caa^W`WbBVWa concert and the scholarship in Q]\QS`bO\RbVSaQV]ZO`aVW^W\ her name will continue Aleigh's VS`\O[SeWZZQ]\bW\cS/ZSWUV¸a legacy to generations of Kents ZSUOQgb]US\S`ObW]\a]T9S\ba Hill students - not to mention 6WZZabcRS\ba³\]bb][S\bW]\ that you'll hear a terrific set from bVObg]c¸ZZVSO`ObS``W¿QaSbT`][ a sensational singer-songwriter. OaS\aObW]\OZaW\US`a]\Ue`WbS` WHEN: 8 p.m. E63<(&^[ WHERE: Center for the E63@3(1S\bS`T]`bVS Performing Arts at New>S`T]`[W\U/`baOb<Se ton Hall, Kents Hill School, b]\6OZZ9S\ba6WZZAQV]]Z 1614 Main St. $";OW\Ab HOW MUCH: $45; $70 VIP; 6=E;C16("#)%D7>) YS\baVWZZ]`UQ]\QS`ba

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"WRATH OF THE TITANS" (PG-13) (1:39) Stars Sam ÂľE@/B6=4B63B7B/<AÂś>5!(!'AbO`aAO[ Worthington, Liam Neeson, Rosamund Pike and Ralph E]`bVW\Ub]\:WO[<SSa]\@]aO[c\R>WYSO\R@OZ^V Fiennes. Directed by Jonathan Liebesman. Perseus 4WS\\Sa2W`SQbSRPg8]\ObVO\:WSPSa[O\>S`aSca braves the treacherous underworld to rescue his father, P`OdSabVSb`SOQVS`]cac\RS`e]`ZRb]`SaQcSVWaTObVS` Zeus, captured by his son, Ares, and brother Hades, HScaQO^bc`SRPgVWaa]\/`SaO\RP`]bVS`6ORSa who unleash the ancient Titans upon the world. eV]c\ZSOaVbVSO\QWS\bBWbO\ac^]\bVSe]`ZR Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 1:45, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROg("# 4:30, 7:30, 9:20 Fri-Wed 1:45,4:30, 7:10, 9:20; Windham "(!%(!'( 4`WESR("#"(!%('( )EW\RVO[ 5 Star Today 4:10, 7 Fri 4:10, 7, 9:10 Sat 1:10, 4:10, 7, #AbO`B]ROg"(%4`W"(%'(AOb("(% 9:10 Sun 1:10, 4:10, 7 Mon-Tues 4:10, 7 Wed 1:10,4:10, 7; '(Ac\("(%;]\BcSa"(%ESR("(%) "THIN ICE" (R) (1:33) Stars Greg Kinnear, Billy ÂľB67<713Âś@(!!AbO`a5`SU9W\\SO`0WZZg Nordica (Freeport) Today-Wed 1:45,4:20,7:20, Crudup and Alan Arkin. Directed by Jill Sprecher. An in- <]`RWQO4`SS^]`bB]ROgESR("#"( %(  1`cRc^O\R/ZO\/`YW\2W`SQbSRPg8WZZA^`SQVS`/\W\ 9:40; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Today 2:30, surance agent looking for a way out of frigid Wisconsin '(")1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RB]ROg (! ac`O\QSOUS\bZ]]YW\UT]`OeOg]cb]TT`WUWREWaQ]\aW\ 4:50,7:20, 9:40; Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed 12:10 is blackmailed by an unstable locksmith in the theft of "(#%( '(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR ( WaPZOQY[OWZSRPgO\c\abOPZSZ]QYa[WbVW\bVSbVSTb]T (IMAX 3D), 12:25, (IMAX 3D), 2:40,4:40 (IMAX 3D), a rare violin that belongs to a retired farmer. 7;/F!2 ( # 2:25 ( #7;/F!2 (""("7;/F!2 O`O`SdW]ZW\bVObPSZ]\Uab]O`SbW`SRTO`[S` 4:50, 7 (IMAX 3D), 7:15, 9:15 (IMAX 3D), 9:30; Cinemagic "(#%7;/F!2%(#'(#7;/F!2'(!)1W\S[OUWQ Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 1:30,4:15, AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROg(!"(# Westbrook Today 11:40,12 !2 (3D), 2, 2:20 (3D), 4:20, ESabP`]]YB]ROg(" ( !2"(  7, 9:40 Fri-Wed 1:15, 6:40 %'("4`WESR(#$(" 4:40 (3D), 7, 7:20 (3D), 9:20, 9:40 (3D) Fri-Wed 11:40,12 "("!2%%( !2'( '("!24`WESR(" (3D), 2, 2:20 (3D), 4:20,4:40 (3D), 7, 7:30 (3D), 9:30, !2 ( !2"( "("!2%%(!!2'(! "THIS MEANS WAR" (PG-13) (1:38) Stars Reese ÂľB67A;3/<AE/@Âś>5!(!&AbO`a@SSaS 9:50 (3D); Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 1:25, 4, 7:25, 9:45 Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy. Directed '(#!2)0`c\aeWQY4`WESR( #"%( #'("# EWbVS`a^]]\1V`Wa>W\SO\RB][6O`Rg2W`SQbSR by McG. Two top CIA operatives wage an epic battle Pg;Q5Be]b]^17/]^S`ObWdSaeOUSO\S^WQPObbZS against one another after they discover they are dating - From news services; subject to change OUOW\ab]\SO\]bVS`OTbS`bVSgRWaQ]dS`bVSgO`SRObW\U Âł4`][\SeaaS`dWQSa)acPXSQbb]QVO\US

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that are more jaded. And having the UIBUBSFNPSFKBEFE"OEIBWJOHUIF personal connection and relationships in QFSTPOBMDPOOFDUJPOBOESFMBUJPOTIJQTJO Portland from my first film ('Pretty in the 1PSUMBOEGSPNNZmSTUmMN A1SFUUZJOUIF Face,' 2007) far outweighed the financial 'BDF  GBSPVUXFJHIFEUIFmOBODJBM considerations." DPOTJEFSBUJPOTw As for those "financial considerations," "TGPSUIPTFimOBODJBMDPOTJEFSBUJPOT w Meyer concedes that Maine's lack of tax .FZFSDPODFEFTUIBU.BJOFTMBDLPGUBY incentives is a major impediment to other JODFOUJWFTJTBNBKPSJNQFEJNFOUUPPUIFS filmmakers coming to the state. "While we mMNNBLFSTDPNJOHUPUIFTUBUFi8IJMFXF were small enough that it wouldn't have XFSFTNBMMFOPVHIUIBUJUXPVMEOUIBWF made much difference, for bigger producNBEFNVDIEJGGFSFODF GPSCJHHFSQSPEVD tions, it (the lack of tax help) will keep UJPOT JU UIFMBDLPGUBYIFMQ XJMMLFFQ them away." UIFNBXBZw Indeed, Meyer's own production team *OEFFE .FZFSTPXOQSPEVDUJPOUFBN was against using Maine until they came XBTBHBJOTUVTJOH.BJOFVOUJMUIFZDBNF to scout locations and "everyone fell in UPTDPVUMPDBUJPOTBOEiFWFSZPOFGFMMJO love with it." MPWFXJUIJUw Meyer's experience in Portland also con.FZFSTFYQFSJFODFJO1PSUMBOEBMTPDPO vinced him that Maine was an appropriate WJODFEIJNUIBU.BJOFXBTBOBQQSPQSJBUF home for Scott's artistically ambitious yet IPNFGPS4DPUUTBSUJTUJDBMMZBNCJUJPVTZFU professionally aimless artist. QSPGFTTJPOBMMZBJNMFTTBSUJTU "I see Portland as a kind of Utopian, idyli*TFF1PSUMBOEBTBLJOEPGVUPQJBO JEZM lic community," explains Meyer, adding MJDDPNNVOJUZ wFYQMBJOT.FZFS BEEJOH with a laugh, "I mean that in a good way XJUIBMBVHI i*NFBOUIBUJOBHPPEXBZ Maine has a wide, rich, supportive artistic .BJOFIBTBXJEF SJDI TVQQPSUJWFBSUJTUJD community. Anytime you have that kind of DPNNVOJUZ"OZUJNFZPVIBWFUIBULJOEPG place, you'll have people who pursue their QMBDF ZPVMMIBWFQFPQMFXIPQVSTVFUIFJS art, but few have the opportunity to do it BSU CVUGFXIBWFUIFPQQPSUVOJUZUPEPJU for pay. Portland fosters artists, and a lot GPSQBZ1PSUMBOEGPTUFSTBSUJTUT BOEBMPU of them stay. And I was one of them." PGUIFNTUBZ"OE*XBTPOFPGUIFNw Still making the festival circuit with "See 4UJMMNBLJOHUIFGFTUJWBMDJSDVJUXJUIi4FF Girl Run," Meyer says a showing at the (JSM3VO w.FZFSTBZTBTIPXJOHBUUIF Maine International Film Festival, or even .BJOF*OUFSOBUJPOBM'JMN'FTUJWBM PSFWFO a Portland premiere, is a possibility. B1PSUMBOEQSFNJFSF JTBQPTTJCJMJUZ

And as for other directors using Port"OEBTGPSPUIFSEJSFDUPSTVTJOH1PSU land as a backdrop - well, if we can all MBOEBTBCBDLESPQoXFMM JGXFDBOBMM just let Martin Scorsese or Wes Anderson KVTUMFU.BSUJO4DPSTFTFPS8FT"OEFSTPO crash at our places for a summer (and get DSBTIBUPVSQMBDFTGPSBTVNNFS BOEHFU the Legislature to pass some tax incenUIF-FHJTMBUVSFUPQBTTTPNFUBYJODFO tives), we just might make it happen. UJWFT XFKVTUNJHIUNBLFJUIBQQFO *WFHPUSPPN I've got room. Dennis Perkins is a Portland freelance writer. 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaO>]`bZO\RT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`

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Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance," the legendary Irish dance troupe, is at Merrill Auditorium in Portland for two shows on Friday. ;WQVOSZ4ZObZSg¸aµ:]`R]TbVS2O\QS¶bVSZSUS\RO`g7`WaVRO\QSb`]c^SWaOb;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[W\>]`bZO\RT]`be]aV]ea]\4`WROg Ewazen's Celestial Dancers, Merrill Auditorium, %WAZENS#ELESTIAL$ANCERS -ERRILL!UDITORIUM Portland. $6; $3 for students, seniors and alumni. 0ORTLANDFORSTUDENTS SENIORSANDALUMNI 7 p.m. USMMAINEEDUMUSICPM Portland Conservatory of Music Noonday 0ORTLAND#ONSERVATORYOF-USIC.OONDAY Concert, with pianist Frank Glazer, First Parish #ONCERT WITHPIANIST&RANK'LAZER &IRST0ARISH Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland. Free. 5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH 0ORTLAND&REE 775-3356. 12:15 p.m.  PM

Penobscot Theatre Company, Bangor Opera 0ENOBSCOT4HEATRE#OMPANY "ANGOR/PERA House. $20. 7 p.m. today; (OUSEPENOBSCOTTHEATREORGPMTODAY TODAY 4/$!9 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 3 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM Portland Conservatory of Music Noonday 0ORTLAND#ONSERVATORYOF-USIC.OONDAY Wednesday and April 12. Through April 15. 7EDNESDAYAND!PRIL4HROUGH!PRIL Concert, with Elliott Schwartz & Friends, First #ONCERT WITH%LLIOTT3CHWARTZ&RIENDS &IRST "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grille," Mardra h,ADY$AYAT%MERSONS"AR'RILLE v-ARDRA Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland. 0ARISH5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH 0ORTLAND Thomas as Billie Holiday with Flash Allen on 4HOMASAS"ILLIE(OLIDAYWITH&LASH!LLENON Free. 775-3356. 12:15 p.m. &REE PM piano, Freeport Factory Stage. $19; $15 for seniors PIANO &REEPORT&ACTORY3TAGEFORSENIORS and students; pay-what-you-can on Thursdays. ANDSTUDENTSPAY WHAT YOU CANON4HURSDAYS FRIDAY &2)$!9 7:30 p.m. today to Saturday; FREEPORTFACTORYCOMPMTODAYTO3ATURDAY DANCE Chamber ME Music Series, Haydn and Beethoven N$!.#% #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES (AYDNAND"EETHOVEN 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. April 12. Through April PM3UNDAYPM!PRIL4HROUGH!PRIL string quartets, Freeport Community Center. Free/ Michael Flatley's "Lord of the Dance," Irish dance  STRINGQUARTETS &REEPORT#OMMUNITY#ENTER&REE -ICHAEL&LATLEYSh,ORDOFTHE$ANCE v)RISHDANCE 14. 11 a.m. show, Merrill Auditorium, Portland. $41 to $57. DONATIONTINYURLCOMCHAMBER-%AM SHOW -ERRILL!UDITORIUM 0ORTLANDTO "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown," Poland h9OUREA'OOD-AN #HARLIE"ROWN v0OLAND Chamber ME Music Series, Haydn and Beethoven PORTTIXCOMANDPM&RIDAY 4 and 8 p.m. Friday. #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES (AYDNAND"EETHOVEN Players musical, suitable for all ages, Dr. Robert 0LAYERSMUSICAL SUITABLEFORALLAGES $R2OBERT string quartets, Key Bank, Portland. Free/donation. h,ITTLE2ED2IDING(OOD v0ORTLAND3CHOOLOF "Little Red Riding Hood," Portland School of STRINGQUARTETS +EY"ANK 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION Wall Theatre, Poland. $8; $5 for children. 9987ALL4HEATRE 0OLANDFORCHILDREN 5 p.m. Ballet's "Kids for Kids" series with narration by TINYURLCOMCHAMBER-%PM "ALLETSh+IDSFOR+IDSvSERIESWITHNARRATIONBY 5400, Ext. 457. 7 p.m. today to Saturday.  %XTPMTODAYTO3ATURDAY Suzanne Nance, Westbrook Performing Arts 3UZANNE.ANCE 7ESTBROOK0ERFORMING!RTS "South Pacific," classic musical, McCormack h3OUTH0ACIlC vCLASSICMUSICAL -C#ORMACK SATURDAY Center. $10; $5 for children, 3!452$!9 #ENTERFORCHILDRENPORTLANDBALLETORG Performing Arts Center (Gorham High School). $9; 0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER'ORHAM(IGH3CHOOL  Chamber ME Music Series, Haydn and Beethoven AM3ATURDAY 11 a.m. Saturday. #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES (AYDNAND"EETHOVEN $6 for seniors and students. 839-5754. 7:30 p.m. FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTS PM string quartets, River Tree Arts, Kennebunk. Free/ "Eclipse (and Other Dances)," Vivid Motion STRINGQUARTETS 2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNK&REE h%CLIPSEAND/THER$ANCES v6IVID-OTION Friday; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday. &RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAY 11 a.m. spring show, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. DONATIONTINYURLCOMCHAMBER-%AM SPRINGSHOW 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND "Jester King of Java," traditional Javanese Wayang h*ESTER+INGOF*AVA vTRADITIONAL*AVANESE7AYANG Metropolitan Opera Live in HD:"Manon," live $12; $6 for children +ULITSHADOWPUPPETRYPRESENTEDBY&IGURES -ETROPOLITAN/PERA,IVEIN($h-ANON vLIVE FORCHILDRENUNDERSTLAWRENCEARTSORG Kulit shadow puppetry presented by Figures broadcast, Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts 7:30 p.m. April 12. BROADCAST ,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING!RTS PM!PRIL of Speech Theater, Lucid Stage, Portland. $10. OF3PEECH4HEATER ,UCID3TAGE 0ORTLAND Center, Fryeburg. $26; $23 for seniors; $18 for #ENTER &RYEBURGFORSENIORSFOR 7:30 p.m. Friday; 1 p.m. Saturday. LUCIDSTAGECOMPM&RIDAYPM3ATURDAY students, Noon. STUDENTSFRYEBURGACADEMYORGPAC.OON Through April 16. 4HROUGH!PRIL THEATER N4(%!4%2 "Nightingale," musical adaptation of Hans h.IGHTINGALE vMUSICALADAPTATIONOF(ANS TUESDAY 45%3$!9 "Heroes," comedy about three WWII veterans h(EROES vCOMEDYABOUTTHREE77))VETERANS Christian Andersen story presented by Figures #HRISTIAN!NDERSENSTORYPRESENTEDBY&IGURES University of Maine Wind Ensemble, South 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE7IND%NSEMBLE 3OUTH in a French retirement home, Portland Stage INA&RENCHRETIREMENTHOME 0ORTLAND3TAGE of Speech Theater, Lucid Stage, Portland. $10. OF3PEECH4HEATER ,UCID3TAGE 0ORTLAND Portland Auditorium. Free, southportlandmusic 0ORTLAND!UDITORIUM&REESOUTHPORTLANDMUSIC Company. $27 to $39; $15 to $19.50 for students. LUCIDSTAGECOMPM3ATURDAY #OMPANYTOTOFORSTUDENTS 7:30 p.m. Saturday. 7 p.m. BOOSTERSORGPM 7:30 p.m. today and Friday; 4 PORTLANDSTAGEORGPMTODAYAND&RIDAY Maine Playwrights Festival, staged Reading of -AINE0LAYWRIGHTS&ESTIVAL STAGED2EADINGOF and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. ANDPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM "Memorial Day" by Lynne Cullen, Acorn Studios, h-EMORIAL$AYvBY,YNNE#ULLEN !CORN3TUDIOS APRIL 12 !02), Wednesday and April 12. Through April 22. 7EDNESDAYAND!PRIL4HROUGH!PRIL Westbrook. $5/donation. 7ESTBROOKDONATIONACORN PRODUCTIONSORG USM Youth Ensemble Spring Instrumental 53-9OUTH%NSEMBLE3PRING)NSTRUMENTAL "Ink," world premiere of play about the first h)NK vWORLDPREMIEREOFPLAYABOUTTHElRST 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Through April 29. PM3ATURDAY4HROUGH!PRIL Concert, Highlights from "Peer Gynt" with Eric #ONCERT (IGHLIGHTSFROMh0EER'YNTvWITH%RIC woman published in America, presented by WOMANPUBLISHEDIN!MERICA PRESENTEDBY "You the Man," one-man play about dating h9OUTHE-AN vONE MANPLAYABOUTDATING

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&RAME3HOPAND'ALLERY !RTISTS Frame Shop and Gallery. 846-7777. Artists' reception, 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Through May 3 1 . RECEPTION TOPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH-AY "Georgetown: A Painter's Paradise," by Stuart h'EORGETOWN!0AINTERS0ARADISE vBY3TUART Ross, Georgetown Historical Society. 371-9200. 2OSS 'EORGETOWN(ISTORICAL3OCIETY  Opens Saturday. Through June 15. /PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH*UNE "Joy of the Lens," original photography by yearh*OYOFTHE,ENS vORIGINALPHOTOGRAPHYBYYEAR round Maine residents, Topsham Public Library ROUND-AINERESIDENTS 4OPSHAM0UBLIC,IBRARY (Crooker Gallery), Opens #ROOKER'ALLERY TOPSHAMLIBRARYORG/PENS Tuesday.Through May 12. 4UESDAY4HROUGH-AY "Local Colors," work by Midcoast artists, h,OCAL#OLORS vWORKBY-IDCOASTARTISTS Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY Opening reception, 5 to 7 p.m. MAINEGARDENSORG/PENINGRECEPTION TOPM April 12. Through May 24. !PRIL4HROUGH-AY Jac Ouellette: "Favorite Views," oil paintings, *AC/UELLETTEh&AVORITE6IEWS vOILPAINTINGS Townsend Real Estate & Art Gallery, Willard 4OWNSEND2EAL%STATE!RT'ALLERY 7ILLARD Square, South Portland. 842-9200. Opening 3QUARE 3OUTH0ORTLAND /PENING reception, 5 to 7 p.m. April 12. Through May 18. RECEPTION TOPM!PRIL4HROUGH-AY

THEMEDWORKBYEIGHTLOCALARTISTS THROUGH!PRIL themed work by eight local artists, through April 2 1 . VICTORIAMANSIONORG 'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLANDh4WO#OLORISTS v4OM Gleason Fine Art, Portland: "Two Colorists,"Tom Curry and Andrea Peters, through May 26. #URRYAND!NDREA0ETERS THROUGH-AY 699-5599.   Rose Contemporary, Portland: "Print/Counter2OSE#ONTEMPORARY 0ORTLANDh0RINT#OUNTER Print," works by members of Peregrine Press, Zea 0RINT vWORKSBYMEMBERSOF0EREGRINE0RESS :EA Mays Printmaking and MECA, through April 15. -AYS0RINTMAKINGAND-%#! THROUGH!PRIL peregri PEREGRINEPRESSCOM $AUNIS&INE*EWELRY 0ORTLANDh#OLORSTHAT4ALK Daunis Fine Jewelry, Portland: "Colors that Talk to Each Other," acrylic paintings by Jean Beal, TO%ACH/THER vACRYLICPAINTINGSBY*EAN"EAL through April 30. 773-6011. THROUGH!PRIL  University of New England (Art Gallery), 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND!RT'ALLERY Portland: "Lullaby for Maine," artist's books by 0ORTLANDh,ULLABYFOR-AINE vARTISTSBOOKSBY Rebecca Goodale, through June 16. 2EBECCA'OODALE THROUGH*UNEUNEEDU artgallery ARTGALLERY June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA, Portland: *UNE&ITZPATRICK'ALLERYAT-%#! 0ORTLAND "Spring Salon," group exhibit of paintings, h3PRING3ALON vGROUPEXHIBITOFPAINTINGS sculpture, pottery and works on paper, through SCULPTURE POTTERYANDWORKSONPAPER THROUGH

/0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS "Master/Mentor: A Printmaking Collaboration h-ASTER-ENTOR!0RINTMAKING#OLLABORATION Continued from Page E20 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3  n4HE7ORKSOF$ON'ORVETTAND3EAN(URLEY v! - T h e Works of Don Gorvett and Sean Hurley," A Fine Thing: Edward T. Pollack Fine Arts, Portland. &INE4HING%DWARD40OLLACK&INE!RTS 0ORTLAND UMMAUMAINEEDU/PENS&RIDAY4HROUGH*UNE Opens Friday. Through June 9.  /PENINGRECEPTION TOPMTODAY 699-2919. Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. today. "Animal Allies: Inuit Views of the Natural World," 4HROUGH!PRIL h!NIMAL!LLIES)NUIT6IEWSOFTHE.ATURAL7ORLD v Through April 28. Inuit artifacts, Bowdoin College (Peary-MacMillan %MILY"RACALEh,YME ,IGHT0ORTRAITSOF )NUITARTIFACTS "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0EARY -AC-ILLAN Emily Bracale: "Lyme-Light: Portraits of !RCTIC-USEUM "RUNSWICK/PENS&RIDAY Arctic Museum), Brunswick. Opens Friday. Illness and Healing," Bangor Public Library. )LLNESSAND(EALING v"ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY BOWDOINEDUARCTICMUSEUM Opening reception, 6 to 7:30 WWWBPLLIBMEUS/PENINGRECEPTION TO "Senior Exhibition 2012," multi-media, Bates h3ENIOR%XHIBITION vMULTI MEDIA "ATES p.m. today. Through April 30. PMTODAY4HROUGH!PRIL College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. #OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTONBATESEDU "The Portland Show," sixth biennial h4HE0ORTLAND3HOW vSIXTHBIENNIAL museum. Opening reception, 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. MUSEUM/PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY invitational, Greenhut Galleries, Portland. INVITATIONAL 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND Through May 26. 4HROUGH-AY Artists' reception, 5 to 7 GREENHUTGALLERIESCOM!RTISTSRECEPTION TO "The Face of the Ghetto: Pictures by Jewish h4HE&ACEOFTHE'HETTO0ICTURESBY*EWISH p.m. today. Through Apri 127. PMTODAY4HROUGH!PRIL Photographers from the Lodz Ghetto 19400HOTOGRAPHERSFROMTHE,ODZ'HETTO h4HE-ILL %NNIAL#ELEBRATINGTHE!RTAND "The 2 0 1 2 Mill-Ennial: Celebrating the Art and 1944," Maine Jewish Museum, Portland.  v-AINE*EWISH-USEUM 0ORTLAND THE!RTISTSOFTHE#ITIESONTHE3ACO vSHARED the Artists of the Cities on the Saco," shared Reception and screening TREEOmIFEMUSEUMORG2ECEPTIONANDSCREENING exhibit with the Saco Museum, Engine, Biddeford EXHIBITWITHTHE3ACO-USEUM %NGINE "IDDEFORD CONTINUING #/.4).5).' of "There Once Was a Town," 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. OFh4HERE/NCE7ASA4OWN vPM4UESDAY Opening reception, 5:30 to FEEDTHEENGINEORG/PENINGRECEPTION TO Victoria Mansion, Portland: "Victoria's 6ICTORIA-ANSION 0ORTLANDh6ICTORIAS Through May 1. 4HROUGH-AY 7:30 p.m. today. Through June 10. PMTODAY4HROUGH*UNE Wonderama," original, site-specific and fantasy7ONDERAMA vORIGINAL SITE SPECIlCANDFANTASY Please see ART, Page E22 Gc\Xj\j\\/@BGX^\<)) Lesley Vance, paintings, Bowdoin College ,ESLEY6ANCE PAINTINGS "OWDOIN#OLLEGE "Botany of Desire," multi-artist exhibit, Aarhus h"OTANYOF$ESIRE vMULTI ARTISTEXHIBIT !ARHUS Museum of Art, Brunswick, Opens -USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDU/PENS Gallery, Belfast, Opens today. 'ALLERY "ELFASTAARHUSGALLERYCOM/PENSTODAY April 12. Through July 1. !PRIL4HROUGH*ULY Through April 29. 4HROUGH!PRIL *APANESE(IBACHI4ABLESs!SIAN"ISTROs#OCKTAILSs3USHI First Friday ArtWalk, galleries and museums &IRST&RIDAY!RT7ALK GALLERIESANDMUSEUMS CONTINUING open for free, downtown Portland. #/.4).5).' OPENFORFREE DOWNTOWN0ORTLAND Portland Museum of Art: "Making Faces: 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RTh-AKING&ACES lRSTFRIDAYARTWALKCOMTOPM&RIDAY Photographic Portraits of Actors and Artists," "Sea Mystics," ocean-themed art of David Cray, h3EA-YSTICS vOCEAN THEMEDARTOF$AVID#RAY 0HOTOGRAPHIC0ORTRAITSOF!CTORSAND!RTISTS v photos of famous actors and artists plus works Marika Alisha Skin Care, Portland, marikaalisha -ARIKA!LISHA3KIN#ARE 0ORTLANDMARIKAALISHA PHOTOSOFFAMOUSACTORSANDARTISTSPLUSWORKS Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. by the artists profiled, through Sunday; "Edgar SKINCARECOM2ECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY BYTHEARTISTSPROlLED THROUGH3UNDAYh%DGAR Degas: The Private Impressionist," more than Linda Murray and Joy Scott: "Organic ,INDA-URRAYAND*OY3COTTh/RGANIC $EGAS4HE0RIVATE)MPRESSIONIST vMORETHAN HAPPY HOUR (!009(/52 70 drawings, prints, pastels, photographs Musings," Harmons & Bartons Gallery, Portland. -USINGS v(ARMONS"ARTONS'ALLERY 0ORTLAND DRAWINGS PRINTS PASTELS PHOTOGRAPHS Opening reception, 5 to and sculptures, through May 28; Tanja Alexia HARMONSBARTONSCOM/PENINGRECEPTION TO ANDSCULPTURES THROUGH-AY4ANJA!LEXIA 4:30 - 6:30pm  PM 8 p.m. Friday. Through April 30. Hollander: "Are You Really My Friend?" PM&RIDAY4HROUGH!PRIL (OLLANDERh!RE9OU2EALLY-Y&RIENDv daily DAILY photographs of Facebook friends, through June Student Art Show, by students of Greely High 3TUDENT!RT3HOW BYSTUDENTSOF'REELY(IGH PHOTOGRAPHSOF&ACEBOOKFRIENDS THROUGH*UNE School and North Yarmouth Academy, 317 Main 17. 3CHOOLAND.ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY -AIN PORTLANDMUSEUMORG Martini of -ARTINI OF Maine Historical Society Museum/Longfellow Street Community Music Center, Yarmouth. 8463TREET#OMMUNITY-USIC#ENTER 9ARMOUTH -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM,ONGFELLOW the day $5 THEDAY  6264. Opening reception with live music by the House, Portland: "Dressing Up, Standing Out, /PENINGRECEPTIONWITHLIVEMUSICBYTHE (OUSE 0ORTLANDh$RESSING5P 3TANDING/UT NYA Bluegrass Ensemble, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Friday. Bud Light or Fitting In: Adornment & Identity in Maine," .9!"LUEGRASS%NSEMBLE TOPM&RIDAY "UD,IGHTOR &ITTING)N!DORNMENT)DENTITYIN-AINE v Through April 24. artifacts reveal the way Mainers dressed from 4HROUGH!PRIL ARTIFACTSREVEALTHEWAY-AINERSDRESSEDFROM Gritty's Draft $2 'RITTYS$RAFT 1140 Brighton Avenue "RIGHTON!VENUE "Occupy Art! Union of Maine Visual Artists the 18th to 20th centuries, through May 27. h/CCUPY!RT5NIONOF-AINE6ISUAL!RTISTS THETHTOTHCENTURIES THROUGH-AY Portland, ME 0ORTLAND -% in Action," Harlow Gallery, Hallowell. IN!CTION v(ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELL MAINEHISTORYORG Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. HARLOWGALLERYORG/PENINGRECEPTION TOPM Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICK WWW+ON!SIAN"ISTRO-%COMs4 Friday. Through April 28. &RIDAY4HROUGH!PRIL "Insight Out: Exploring Gifts of Art from Private h)NSIGHT/UT%XPLORING'IFTSOF!RTFROM0RIVATE Carol Bass: "A Powerful Joy of Colors," Portland #AROL"ASSh!0OWERFUL*OYOF#OLORS v0ORTLAND Collectors," contributions from private collectors #OLLECTORS vCONTRIBUTIONSFROMPRIVATECOLLECTORS Public Library, Opening 0UBLIC,IBRARYPORTLANDLIBRARYCOM/PENING since 1811, and "Intimations of Independence: SINCE ANDh)NTIMATIONSOF)NDEPENDENCE reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through April 27. RECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH!PRIL The First 100 Years of American Portraiture," 4HE&IRST9EARSOF!MERICAN0ORTRAITURE v " 1 0 Years in Portland: An Illustrator's Saga," h9EARSIN0ORTLAND!N)LLUSTRATORS3AGA v portraits of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and PORTRAITSOF4HOMAS*EFFERSON *AMES-ADISONAND artwork by Joel Rivers, Green Hand Bookshop, ARTWORKBY*OEL2IVERS 'REEN(AND"OOKSHOP more, through April 15; "Motion and Emotion: MORE THROUGH!PRILh-OTIONAND%MOTION Portland. 253-6808. Opening reception, 5 to 8 0ORTLAND /PENINGRECEPTION TO Contemporary Art from Gerhard Richter to #ONTEMPORARY!RTFROM'ERHARD2ICHTERTO p.m. Friday. Through April 30. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH!PRIL Chakaia Booker," through June 3; "Building a #HAKAIA"OOKER vTHROUGH*UNEh"UILDINGA "Agri-CULTURE: A Celebration of Farming in Art h!GRI #5,452%!#ELEBRATIONOF&ARMINGIN!RT College Collection: Select Recent Acquisitions," #OLLEGE#OLLECTION3ELECT2ECENT!CQUISITIONS v and Community," River Tree Arts, Kennebunk. AND#OMMUNITY v2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNK more than 20,000 objects, and "Telephones," MORETHAN OBJECTS ANDh4ELEPHONES v Opening reception with live RIVERTREEARTSORG/PENINGRECEPTIONWITHLIVE seven-minute compilation of Hollywood film SEVEN MINUTECOMPILATIONOF(OLLYWOODlLM music, farmers market light fare and "Meet Your MUSIC FARMERSMARKETLIGHTFAREANDh-EET9OUR clips, through June 24. CLIPS THROUGH*UNEBOWDOINEDU Farmer" film, 6 p.m. Friday. Through April 2 1 . &ARMERvlLM PM&RIDAY4HROUGH!PRIL Bowdoin College (Peary-MacMillan Arctic "OWDOIN#OLLEGE0EARY -AC-ILLAN!RCTIC Printmaker and Illustrator Emily Walsh, new 0RINTMAKERAND)LLUSTRATOR%MILY7ALSH NEW Museum), Brunswick: "In a State of Becoming," -USEUM "RUNSWICKh)NA3TATEOF"ECOMING v work, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. WORK 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND Inuit art from the collection of Rabbi Harry Sky, )NUITARTFROMTHECOLLECTIONOF2ABBI(ARRY3KY Artist reception, 5 to 7 p.m. STLAWRENCEARTSORG!RTISTRECEPTION TOPM ongoing, ONGOINGBOWDOINEDUARCTICMUSEUM Friday. Through April 30. &RIDAY4HROUGH!PRIL Maine Maritime Museum, Bath: "Port of -AINE-ARITIME-USEUM "ATHh0ORTOF " I n & Out of Abstraction," photography, Addison h)N/UTOF!BSTRACTION vPHOTOGRAPHY !DDISON Portland: A Ship-Shaped History," a look at 0ORTLAND!3HIP 3HAPED(ISTORY vALOOKAT Woolley Gallery, Portland, 7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDADDISONWOOLLEYCOM Portland's past via the ships that sailed through 0ORTLANDSPASTVIATHESHIPSTHATSAILEDTHROUGH Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH the harbors, the city's shipping and shipTHEHARBORS THECITYSSHIPPINGANDSHIP April 28. !PRIL building industries, and more, through May 13. BUILDINGINDUSTRIES ANDMORE THROUGH-AY "Liquid Lens," exhibit by Portland High School h,IQUID,ENS vEXHIBITBY0ORTLAND(IGH3CHOOL MAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG Photography Club, 3Fish Gallery, Portland. 0HOTOGRAPHY#LUB &ISH'ALLERY 0ORTLAND Dyer Library/Saco Museum: Mainely Photo Arts $YER,IBRARY3ACO-USEUM-AINELY0HOTO!RTS 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and noon to lSHGALLERYCOMTOPM&RIDAYANDNOONTO by Murray Dellow, through April 30. dyerlibrary BY-URRAY$ELLOW THROUGH!PRILDYERLIBRARY 6 p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY SACOMUSEUMORG Steve Roberts: "View Points: Internal and 3TEVE2OBERTSh6IEW0OINTS)NTERNALAND Ogunquit Museum of American Art: /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RT External," Constellation Gallery, Portland. %XTERNAL v#ONSTELLATION'ALLERY 0ORTLAND "Rediscoveries 2: New Perspectives on the h2EDISCOVERIES.EW0ERSPECTIVESONTHE Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. CONSTELLATIONARTCOM2ECEPTION TOPM Permanent Collection," though April 29. 0ERMANENT#OLLECTION vTHOUGH!PRIL Friday. &RIDAY OGUNQUITMUSEUMORG " D a r k Unknown Pleasures," oil paintings and h$ARK5NKNOWN0LEASURES vOILPAINTINGSAND Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk: "Design and "RICK3TORE-USEUM +ENNEBUNKh$ESIGNAND mixed media by Mayo Street Arts interns and MIXEDMEDIABY-AYO3TREET!RTSINTERNSAND Function: Furnishings, Portraits, and Art 1685&UNCTION&URNISHINGS 0ORTRAITS AND!RT USM students, Mayo Street Arts, Portland. 53-STUDENTS -AYO3TREET!RTS 0ORTLAND Day & Evening C l a s s e s Programs for High S c h o o l S t u d e n t s         1840," historic furniture and artwork, ongoing.  vHISTORICFURNITUREANDARTWORK ONGOING Opening reception, 5 to MAYOSTREETARTSORG/PENINGRECEPTION TO Art, Arabic, Biology, Chemistry, Citizenship, "$"  ( #$"( $)#! 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&#$%(  # " $!%# Studies, History, Mathematics, Neuroscience, $%# #$ "( $$#%" # the Book," collection of 19th- and 20th-century THE"OOK vCOLLECTIONOFTH ANDTH CENTURY Freeport," student artwork inspired by Somalian &REEPORT vSTUDENTARTWORKINSPIREDBY3OMALIAN earn college credit in one programs: " "$  offour %"!" "# Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology,  # !((## $#(  ( books, through May 20; "The Homestead Project: BOOKS THROUGH-AYh4HE(OMESTEAD0ROJECT refugees moving into Habitat for Humanity home, REFUGEESMOVINGINTO(ABITATFOR(UMANITYHOME Spanish and Sports Management â&#x20AC;¢ Coastal Marine Ecology Neuroscience Sociology,   (!#! "$# $ r #$ "   ( r%" # A Residence Reimagined," architectural designs, VIA Agency, Portland. 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. !2ESIDENCE2EIMAGINED vARCHITECTURALDESIGNS 6)!!GENCY 0ORTLANDTOPM&RIDAY â&#x20AC;¢ Creative WritingPoetry Pre-Law/Trial Advocacy r "$&"$ $"( r" '"& ( through Sept. 23. 865-4706, Ext. 307. THROUGH3EPTFARNSWORTHMUSEUMORG   %XT Ask about Art Courses open to high school       Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor: "Twisted Path "Chronology of a Life: Artist's Books, Poems, and !BBE-USEUM "AR(ARBORh4WISTED0ATH h#HRONOLOGYOFA,IFE!RTISTS"OOKS 0OEMS AND      Commuters welcome, too. juniors and seniors. Earn college credit!              II: Contemporary American Art Informed by Publications of Georgiana Peacher," Glickman ))#ONTEMPORARY!MERICAN!RT)NFORMEDBY 0UBLICATIONSOF'EORGIANA0EACHER v'LICKMAN Tradition," contemporary art show featuring Family Library (Unum Great Reading Room), 4RADITION vCONTEMPORARYARTSHOWFEATURING &AMILY,IBRARY5NUM'REAT2EADING2OOM native artists from the Northeast, through May; Portland. 228-8014. Reception, 2 to 3:30 p.m. 0ORTLAND 2ECEPTION TOPM NATIVEARTISTSFROMTHE.ORTHEAST THROUGH-AY "Indians and Rusticators," through Dec. 29. Saturday. Through April 30. For more i n f o r m a t i o n : ( 2 0 7 ) 6O2-2O5O Connections. For Life. |   3ATURDAY4HROUGH!PRIL h)NDIANSAND2USTICATORS vTHROUGH$EC "Spring Eternal," multi-artist show, Yarmouth h3PRING%TERNAL vMULTI ARTISTSHOW 9ARMOUTH ABBEMUSEUMORG

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food to be uneven. GPPEUPCFVOFWFO In my early trips to China Taste, I was *ONZFBSMZUSJQTUP$IJOB5BTUF *XBT unimpressed with its shrimp fried rice, VOJNQSFTTFEXJUIJUTTISJNQGSJFESJDF  preferring the more flavorful version QSFGFSSJOHUIFNPSFnBWPSGVMWFSTJPO at Veranda Thai down the street on the BU7FSBOEB5IBJEPXOUIFTUSFFUPOUIF other end of Washington Avenue. China PUIFSFOEPG8BTIJOHUPO"WFOVF$IJOB Taste's eggrolls are just OK. 5BTUFTFHHSPMMTBSFKVTU0, But I have also had some better-than#VU*IBWFBMTPIBETPNFCFUUFSUIBO average dishes there, including a few BWFSBHFEJTIFTUIFSF JODMVEJOHBGFX during my recent visits that were a cut EVSJOHNZSFDFOUWJTJUTUIBUXFSFBDVU above other Chinese places. I like the BCPWFPUIFS$IJOFTFQMBDFT*MJLFUIF black bean sauce, which has a smokier CMBDLCFBOTBVDF XIJDIIBTBTNPLJFS flavor to it than others I've tried, and nBWPSUPJUUIBOPUIFST*WFUSJFE BOE the beef and chicken teriyakis are both UIFCFFGBOEDIJDLFOUFSJZBLJTBSFCPUI delicious. EFMJDJPVT Please see EAT, Page E25 Gc\Xj\j\\3/BGX^\<),

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Here's the scoop ?\i\Ã&#x2039;jk_\jZffg on center benefit feZ\ek\iY\e\Ã&#x201D;k SUPPORT THE BRUNSWICK AC>>=@BB630@C<AE719 TEEN CENTER by purchasB33<13<B3@Pg^c`QVOa ing a scoop of gelato by 11 W\UOaQ]]^]TUSZOb]Pg tonight at Gelato Fiasco's b]\WUVbOb5SZOb]4WOaQ]¸a "Scoop-a-Thon." Teachers, µAQ]]^OBV]\¶BSOQVS`a town officials, students b]e\]T¿QWOZaabcRS\ba and other members of the O\R]bVS`[S[PS`a]TbVS community will be scoopQ][[c\WbgeWZZPSaQ]]^ ing, and there will be live W\UO\RbVS`SeWZZPSZWdS music [caWQ WHEN: 11 a.m. t o l l p.m. E63<(O[b]^[ today b]ROg WHERE: Gelato Fiasco, 74 E63@3(5SZOb]4WOaQ]%" Maine St., Brunswick ;OW\SAb0`c\aeWQY HOW MUCH: One scoop costs 6=E;C16(=\SaQ]]^Q]aba $3.75 !%# INFO: 607-4002;) 7<4=($%" USZOb]¿OaQ]Q][

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very dark amber to brown color, is lightly WFSZEBSLBNCFSUPCSPXODPMPS JTMJHIUMZ DBSCPOBUFE BOEJTBMJUUMFCJUBTUSJOHFOUBU carbonated, and is a little bit astringent at the end. UIFFOE I enjoyed all three of the beers, and I am *FOKPZFEBMMUISFFPGUIFCFFST BOE*BN looking forward to having more of them in MPPLJOHGPSXBSEUPIBWJOHNPSFPGUIFNJO the future. UIFGVUVSF ALTHOUGH MARCH had a week of "-5)06()."3$)IBEBXFFLPG summer-like weather, I was surprised to TVNNFSMJLFXFBUIFS *XBTTVSQSJTFEUP see the first of Maine's summer beers TFFUIFmSTUPG.BJOFTTVNNFSCFFST showing up at the supermarket a couple TIPXJOHVQBUUIFTVQFSNBSLFUBDPVQMF of weeks ago. PGXFFLTBHP The packaging for Geary's Summer Ale 5IFQBDLBHJOHGPS(FBSZT4VNNFS"MF this year was designed by Annie Mora, a UIJTZFBSXBTEFTJHOFECZ"OOJF.PSB B at the Maine College of Art studyKVOJPSBUUIF.BJOF$PMMFHFPG"SUTUVEZ Courtesy photo junior 1]c`bSag^V]b] ing Graphic Design and a resident of JOH(SBQIJD%FTJHOBOEBSFTJEFOUPG Bunker Brewing recently joined the 0c\YS`0`SeW\U`SQS\bZgX]W\SRbVS South Londonderry, Vt. 4PVUI-POEPOEFSSZ 7U busy Portland craft beer scene. Pcag>]`bZO\RQ`OTbPSS`aQS\S Each year, Geary's holds a competition &BDIZFBS (FBSZTIPMETBDPNQFUJUJPO nouncement for the event at the Bear. OPVODFNFOUGPSUIFFWFOUBUUIF#FBS among Maine College of Art students, BNPOH.BJOF$PMMFHFPG"SUTUVEFOUT  The first beer produced by Bunker was XJUIUIFXJOOFSSFDFJWJOHB TDIPMBS 5IFmSTUCFFSQSPEVDFECZ#VOLFSXBT with the winner receiving a $5,000 scholarBunker Ale 2, which is almost but not #VOLFS"MF XIJDIJTBMNPTUCVUOPU ship. TIJQ quite an India Pale Ale. It's a dark redRVJUFBO*OEJB1BMF"MF*UTBEBSLSFE When thinking of a design for the Sum8IFOUIJOLJOHPGBEFTJHOGPSUIF4VN dish-brown color and lightly carbonated, EJTICSPXODPMPSBOEMJHIUMZDBSCPOBUFE  mer Ale, Mora wanted to illustrate the NFS"MF .PSBXBOUFEUPJMMVTUSBUFUIF and has a good real ale flavor. BOEIBTBHPPESFBMBMFnBWPS energy of the ocean, Jessica Tomlinson FOFSHZPGUIFPDFBO +FTTJDB5PNMJOTPO Bunker Lager 1 is a little sweet for a #VOLFS-BHFSJTBMJUUMFTXFFUGPSB of the Maine College of Art told me. The PGUIF.BJOF$PMMFHFPG"SUUPMENF5IF lager upfront. It has an earthy aftertaste MBHFSVQGSPOU*UIBTBOFBSUIZBGUFSUBTUF inspiration for "the splash" came from JOTQJSBUJPOGPSiUIFTQMBTIwDBNFGSPN that is unusual but kind of pleasant, add- XBUFSDPMPSQBJOUJOHTUIBUTIFEPFTJOIFS UIBUJTVOVTVBMCVULJOEPGQMFBTBOU BEE watercolor paintings that she does in her ing a bit of complexity to the beer, and is JOHBCJUPGDPNQMFYJUZUPUIFCFFS BOEJT sketchbook. The colors in the packaging TLFUDICPPL5IFDPMPSTJOUIFQBDLBHJOH lightly hopped. It's a good drinkable beer. SFQSFTFOUXBSNTVNNFSEBZTJO.BJOF MJHIUMZIPQQFE*UTBHPPEESJOLBCMFCFFS represent warm summer days in Maine. Hopscotch Ale, a Scottish ale, was )PQTDPUDI"MF B4DPUUJTIBMF XBT Geary's Summer Ale is similar to a Ger(FBSZT4VNNFS"MFJTTJNJMBSUPB(FS served for the first time during the March NBOTUZMF,PMTDIBMF BMJHIUCVUTUJMMnB TFSWFEGPSUIFmSTUUJNFEVSJOHUIF.BSDI man-style Kolsch ale, a light but still fla29 special at the Bear, and it is an interest- WPSGVMBMFDSFBUFEJO$PMPHOFUPDPNQFUF TQFDJBMBUUIF#FBS BOEJUJTBOJOUFSFTU vorful ale created in Cologne to compete ing beer. "This is a big beer, a bit like a JOHCFFSi5IJTJTBCJHCFFS BCJUMJLFB with the lagers that were being imported XJUIUIFMBHFSTUIBUXFSFCFJOHJNQPSUFE wee heavy," Villani said. XFFIFBWZ w7JMMBOJTBJE from Bavaria back around 1250. GSPN#BWBSJBCBDLBSPVOE Hopscotch Ale is 8 percent alcohol, and )PQTDPUDI"MFJTQFSDFOUBMDPIPM BOE While grocery shopping, I also noticed 8IJMFHSPDFSZTIPQQJOH *BMTPOPUJDFE doesn't have the sweetness or body that EPFTOUIBWFUIFTXFFUOFTTPSCPEZUIBU that Gritty's Vacationland Summer Ale was UIBU(SJUUZT7BDBUJPOMBOE4VNNFS"MFXBT I might expect of a Scottish ale. It's a *NJHIUFYQFDUPGB4DPUUJTIBMF*UTB on the shelves. This is another good beer, a POUIFTIFMWFT5IJTJTBOPUIFSHPPECFFS B bit hoppier than most summer ales. CJUIPQQJFSUIBONPTUTVNNFSBMFT And from 5 to 8 p.m. today, Shipyard will "OEGSPNUPQNUPEBZ 4IJQZBSEXJMM




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HSBCCFEBGFXGSJFOETGPSB grabbed a few friends for a MBEJFTOJHIUMBTUXFFLBOE ladies night last week and ESPQQFEJOGPSBESJOLBU&N dropped in for a drink at EmQJSF%JOF%BODFPOUIFDPSOFS pire Dine & Dance on the corner PG$POHSFTT4USFFUBOE'PSFTU of Congress Street and Forest "WFOVFJO1PSUMBOE Avenue in Portland. *UXBTBRVJFU8FEOFTEBZOJHIU It was a quiet Wednesday night XIFOXFXBMLFEJOUP&NQJSF  when we walked into Empire, XJUIBGFXQFPQMFTJUUJOHBUUIF with a few people sitting at the CBSBOETPNFBUUIFUBCMFT8F bar and some at the tables. We TOBHHFEBUBCMFBMPOHUIFXBMM  snagged a table along the wall, DMPTFUPXIFSFUIFFOUFSUBJO close to where the entertainment was setting up for the NFOUXBTTFUUJOHVQGPSUIF evening. FWFOJOH A server came over shortly "TFSWFSDBNFPWFSTIPSUMZ after we were seated and let us BGUFSXFXFSFTFBUFEBOEMFUVT know that the beers on tap were LOPXUIBUUIFCFFSTPOUBQXFSF listed on a nearby wall. There MJTUFEPOBOFBSCZXBMM5IFSF were eight varieties scrawled XFSFFJHIUWBSJFUJFTTDSBXMFE out on the chalkboard, along PVUPOUIFDIBMLCPBSE BMPOH with specials from the kitchen XJUITQFDJBMTGSPNUIFLJUDIFO for the night. GPSUIFOJHIU Two of us ordered the Angry 5XPPGVTPSEFSFEUIF"OHSZ Orchard hard cider on tap, and 0SDIBSEIBSEDJEFSPOUBQ BOE the other two opted for an AlUIFPUIFSUXPPQUFEGPSBO"M lagash White and a Stowaway MBHBTI8IJUFBOEB4UPXBXBZ IPA. The cider was $4 for a stan*1"5IFDJEFSXBTGPSBTUBO dard pint, and the beers were $5 EBSEQJOU BOEUIFCFFSTXFSF apiece. BQJFDF There's something about 5IFSFTTPNFUIJOHBCPVU Empire that I just find relaxing. &NQJSFUIBU*KVTUmOESFMBYJOH The broad wooden tables, art on 5IFCSPBEXPPEFOUBCMFT BSUPO the walls with some connection UIFXBMMTXJUITPNFDPOOFDUJPO to music, dim lighting and dark UPNVTJD EJNMJHIUJOHBOEEBSL color scheme just put you in a DPMPSTDIFNFKVTUQVUZPVJOB laid-back mood. MBJECBDLNPPE That staff was also pretty laid5IBUTUBGGXBTBMTPQSFUUZMBJE back. We started to notice that a CBDL8FTUBSUFEUPOPUJDFUIBUB few of the servers were sitting at GFXPGUIFTFSWFSTXFSFTJUUJOHBU tables catching up with customUBCMFTDBUDIJOHVQXJUIDVTUPN ers who are likely friends. Our FSTXIPBSFMJLFMZGSJFOET0VS server stayed pretty attentive TFSWFSTUBZFEQSFUUZBUUFOUJWF up until the end, when we were VQVOUJMUIFFOE XIFOXFXFSF ready to pay and leave. Maybe SFBEZUPQBZBOEMFBWF.BZCF she just wanted us to stay longer TIFKVTUXBOUFEVTUPTUBZMPOHFS

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"So we wanted to take that idea "The inspiration is the Coney Island i5IFJOTQJSBUJPOJTUIF$POFZ*TMBOE MBOEi4PXFXBOUFEUPUBLFUIBUJEFB of sitting for a portrait - like you might TUBOEVQTXJUIDVUPVUTUPTUJDLZPVS stand-ups with cut-outs to stick your PGTJUUJOHGPSBQPSUSBJUoMJLFZPVNJHIU have done at Sears - and have some face through," said Cousins. GBDFUISPVHI wTBJE$PVTJOT IBWFEPOFBU4FBSToBOEIBWFTPNF fun with it." Cousins, who works under the name $PVTJOT XIPXPSLTVOEFSUIFOBNF GVOXJUIJUw What May did was organize an event 4BNVFM$PVTJOT1IPUPHSBQIZ XBOUFE Samuel Cousins Photography, wanted 8IBU.BZEJEXBTPSHBOJ[FBOFWFOU at Space where a professional photog- UPCFQBSUPGUIFFWFOUCFDBVTFiJUT to be part of the event because "it's BU4QBDFXIFSFBQSPGFTTJPOBMQIPUPH rapher and an artist team up to take something different from what I usuTPNFUIJOHEJGGFSFOUGSPNXIBU*VTV SBQIFSBOEBOBSUJTUUFBNVQUPUBLF photographic portraits, but with an ally do." He primarily photographs BMMZEPw)FQSJNBSJMZQIPUPHSBQIT QIPUPHSBQIJDQPSUSBJUT CVUXJUIBO artsy twist. People will sit for a porevents, including concerts, parties and FWFOUT JODMVEJOHDPODFSUT QBSUJFTBOE BSUTZUXJTU1FPQMFXJMMTJUGPSBQPS trait, but the backdrop might contain social functions. TPDJBMGVODUJPOT USBJU CVUUIFCBDLESPQNJHIUDPOUBJO strange props or weird projected imSo doing a portrait of someone and in4PEPJOHBQPSUSBJUPGTPNFPOFBOEJO TUSBOHFQSPQTPSXFJSEQSPKFDUFEJN serting them into a hand-drawn scene ages. TFSUJOHUIFNJOUPBIBOEESBXOTDFOF BHFT "One team is going to have some is certainly different. 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There will be three teams taking 8BML5IFSFXJMMCFUISFFUFBNTUBLJOH Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be photographs, with a photographer and QIPUPHSBQIT XJUIBQIPUPHSBQIFSBOE AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PS contacted at 791-6454 or at: artist on each team, and portraits will BSUJTUPOFBDIUFBN BOEQPSUSBJUTXJMM Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com be done on the spot for $20 each. CFEPOFPOUIFTQPUGPSFBDI ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: RayRouthier But coming in to watch the process #VUDPNJOHJOUPXBUDIUIFQSPDFTT BeWbbS`(@Og@]cbVWS` is free. JTGSFF In the past, Space has hosted a *OUIFQBTU 4QBDFIBTIPTUFEB SHOOT YOUR FACE OFF similar event where people get their TJNJMBSFWFOUXIFSFQFPQMFHFUUIFJS @=PFL A6==BG=C@4/13=44 WHEN: 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. portraits drawn by an artist. Space QPSUSBJUTESBXOCZBOBSUJTU4QBDF E63<(#^[b]&^[ Friday also hosted a photo event like this once BMTPIPTUFEBQIPUPFWFOUMJLFUIJTPODF 4`WROg WHERE: Space, before, about two years ago. 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XBUFST Cameron, who spent a year and $18 mil$BNFSPO XIPTQFOUBZFBSBOENJM lion retrofitting "Titanic" into 3-D, knows MJPOSFUSPmUUJOHi5JUBOJDwJOUP% LOPXT how to use the technology as expertly IPXUPVTFUIFUFDIOPMPHZBTFYQFSUMZ as Spielberg and Scorsese. Most of the BT4QJFMCFSHBOE4DPSTFTF.PTUPGUIF effects - especially during the first, preFGGFDUToFTQFDJBMMZEVSJOHUIFmSTU QSF iceberg half - are used to augment spaJDFCFSHIBMGoBSFVTFEUPBVHNFOUTQB tiality and dimension. The interior of the UJBMJUZBOEEJNFOTJPO5IFJOUFSJPSPGUIF ship looks more magnificent. The gold TIJQMPPLTNPSFNBHOJmDFOU5IFHPME ornamentation on the dinner plates looks PSOBNFOUBUJPOPOUIFEJOOFSQMBUFTMPPLT real enough to touch. DiCaprio looks SFBMFOPVHIUPUPVDI%J$BQSJPMPPLT impossibly, incredibly young (while you're JNQPTTJCMZ JODSFEJCMZZPVOH XIJMFZPVSF watching the movie, you can't help but XBUDIJOHUIFNPWJF ZPVDBOUIFMQCVU think about how the actor's life changed UIJOLBCPVUIPXUIFBDUPSTMJGFDIBOHFE after its release). Winslet is more beautiBGUFSJUTSFMFBTF 8JOTMFUJTNPSFCFBVUJ ful and radiant than you remembered. GVMBOESBEJBOUUIBOZPVSFNFNCFSFE Unlike many 3-D post-conversions, 6OMJLFNBOZ%QPTUDPOWFSTJPOT  where the image is darkened by the use XIFSFUIFJNBHFJTEBSLFOFECZUIFVTF of the glasses, Titanic doesn't look any PGUIFHMBTTFT 5JUBOJDEPFTOUMPPLBOZ duller than before: If anything, the image EVMMFSUIBOCFGPSF*GBOZUIJOH UIFJNBHF seems crisper and cleaner, the way BluTFFNTDSJTQFSBOEDMFBOFS UIFXBZ#MV rays look better than DVDs. Particular SBZTMPPLCFUUFSUIBO%7%T1BSUJDVMBS standouts are the shots in the bowels of TUBOEPVUTBSFUIFTIPUTJOUIFCPXFMTPG the ships, where the churning turbines UIFTIJQT XIFSFUIFDIVSOJOHUVSCJOFT seem larger than before, and scenes in TFFNMBSHFSUIBOCFGPSF BOETDFOFTJO which the characters try to outrun floods XIJDIUIFDIBSBDUFSTUSZUPPVUSVOnPPET of seawater after the boat has started to PGTFBXBUFSBGUFSUIFCPBUIBTTUBSUFEUP sink. 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But that is QSFGFSUPXBUDIJUJO% not an option, and the ability to be able to OPUBOPQUJPO BOEUIFBCJMJUZUPCFBCMFUP see this spectacle in theaters again - and TFFUIJTTQFDUBDMFJOUIFBUFSTBHBJOoBOE share the experience with sons, daughTIBSFUIFFYQFSJFODFXJUITPOT EBVHI ters, nieces and nephews who have never UFST OJFDFTBOEOFQIFXTXIPIBWFOFWFS seen it - is worth the hassle of wearing TFFOJUoJTXPSUIUIFIBTTMFPGXFBSJOH those glasses for three hours. UIPTFHMBTTFTGPSUISFFIPVST I know a lot of people who hate "Ti*LOPXBMPUPGQFPQMFXIPIBUFi5J tanic" for its 10-cent script, for its awful UBOJDwGPSJUTDFOUTDSJQU GPSJUTBXGVM dialogue, for its paper-thin characterizaEJBMPHVF GPSJUTQBQFSUIJODIBSBDUFSJ[B tions and for its multitude of plot holes. UJPOTBOEGPSJUTNVMUJUVEFPGQMPUIPMFT I recognize all those problems. And yet *SFDPHOJ[FBMMUIPTFQSPCMFNT"OEZFU none of them matters. 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"Rockland Shorts," nine short films from h2OCKLAND3HORTS vNINESHORTlLMSFROM around the world, Strand Theatre, Rockland. AROUNDTHEWORLD 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND SPECIAL EVENTS N30%#)!,%6%.43 $10 for members; $12 for non-members FORMEMBERSFORNON MEMBERS (includes screening and after-party). INCLUDESSCREENINGANDAFTER PARTY  FRIDAY &2)$!9 8 p.m. FARNSWORTHMUSEUMORGROCKLANDSHORTSPM Portland Performing Arts Festival Preview, 0ORTLAND0ERFORMING!RTS&ESTIVAL0REVIEW Friday. &RIDAY music by Dead Man's Clothes and A Severe Joy, MUSICBY$EAD-ANS#LOTHESAND!3EVERE*OY "Jiro Dreams of Sushi," documentary about 85goth vaudeville group Dark Follies, spoken word h*IRO$REAMSOF3USHI vDOCUMENTARYABOUT GOTHVAUDEVILLEGROUP$ARK&OLLIES SPOKENWORD year-old sushi chef Jiro One, Space, Portland. YEAR OLDSUSHICHEF*IRO/NE 3PACE 0ORTLAND by Ann Tracy and Pippa Curran, 488 Congress BY!NN4RACYAND0IPPA#URRAN #ONGRESS $7. 7:30 p.m. Sunday. St., Portland, 5 to 8 p.m. SPACEORGPM3UNDAY 3T 0ORTLANDPORTLANDFESTIVALORGTOPM

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BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 TODAY 4/$!9 Kieran Shields, author of "The Truth of +IERAN3HIELDS AUTHOROFh4HE4RUTHOF All Things," Longfellow Books, Portland. !LL4HINGS v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. LONGFELLOWBOOKSCOMPM Poet Dawn Potter, author of "How the Crimes 0OET$AWN0OTTER AUTHOROFh(OWTHE#RIMES Happened" and "Boy Land and Other Poems," (APPENEDvANDh"OY,ANDAND/THER0OEMS v North Yarmouth Academy (Higgins Hall), .ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY(IGGINS(ALL Yarmouth. Free, 7 p.m. 9ARMOUTH&REENYAORGPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Bill Roorbach, author of "Temple Stream" "ILL2OORBACH AUTHOROFh4EMPLE3TREAMv and "Life Among Giants," Longfellow Books, ANDh,IFE!MONG'IANTS v,ONGFELLOW"OOKS Portland, 7 p.m. 0ORTLANDLONGFELLOWBOOKSCOMPM Katherine Mayfield, author of "The Box +ATHERINE-AYlELD AUTHOROFh4HE"OX of Daughter: Overcoming a Legacy of OF$AUGHTER/VERCOMINGA,EGACYOF Emotional Abuse," Portland Public Library. %MOTIONAL!BUSE v0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY Noon. PORTLANDLIBRARYCOM.OON SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Celebration of Maine Poet and Author Lewis #ELEBRATIONOF-AINE0OETAND!UTHOR,EWIS Turco, Unity Centre for the Performing Arts. 4URCO 5NITY#ENTREFORTHE0ERFORMING!RTS 2 p.m. UNITYEDUUCCPAPM Poetry with Andrew Fersch, author of 0OETRYWITH!NDREW&ERSCH AUTHOROF "The Rough Draft of My Life Story," for h4HE2OUGH$RAFTOF-Y,IFE3TORY vFOR ages 8 to 12, Portland Public Library. Free. AGESTO 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 11 a.m. PORTLANDLIBRARYCOMAM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 "Book Club with Michael Smerconish," h"OOK#LUBWITH-ICHAEL3MERCONISH v broadcast with Chris Matthews of MSNBC and BROADCASTWITH#HRIS-ATTHEWSOF-3."#AND author of "Jack Kennedy: Elusive Hero," Strand AUTHOROFh*ACK+ENNEDY%LUSIVE(ERO v3TRAND Theatre, Rockland. $10. 4HEATRE 2OCKLANDROCKLANDSTRANDCOM 7 p.m. PM Michael Kazin, author of "American Dreamers: -ICHAEL+AZIN AUTHOROFh!MERICAN$REAMERS How the Left Changed a Nation," Hills (OWTHE,EFT#HANGEDA.ATION v(ILLS Auditorium, University of Maine, Orono. !UDITORIUM 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE /RONO 3:15 p.m. UMAINEEDUPM PortVeritas Spoken Word Night, Local 0ORT6ERITAS3POKEN7ORD.IGHT ,OCAL Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/donation. 3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION 7 p.m. LOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM George Daughan, author of "1812: The Navy's 'EORGE$AUGHAN AUTHOROFh4HE.AVYS War," Camden Public Library. 236-3440. 6:30 7AR v#AMDEN0UBLIC,IBRARY  p.m. PM Poet Robert McDowell, author of "Quiet 0OET2OBERT-C$OWELL AUTHOROFh1UIET Money" and "The Diviners," University of Maine -ONEYvANDh4HE$IVINERS v5NIVERSITYOF-AINE (Nadeau Hall), Fort Kent. 834-7557. 11:30 and .ADEAU(ALL &ORT+ENT AND 7 p.m. PM

WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Lunchtime Fireside Poetry, local high school ,UNCHTIME&IRESIDE0OETRY LOCALHIGHSCHOOL poets, Rockland Public Library. 594-0310. POETS 2OCKLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY  Noon. .OON Michael Kazin, author of "American Dreamers: -ICHAEL+AZIN AUTHOROFh!MERICAN$REAMERS How the Left Changed a Nation," University of (OWTHE,EFT#HANGEDA.ATION v5NIVERSITYOF Southern Maine (Wishcamper Center), Portland. 3OUTHERN-AINE7ISHCAMPER#ENTER 0ORTLAND 5:30 p.m. USMMAINEEDUPM APRIL 12 !02), Diane B. Henriques, author of "The Wizard of $IANE"(ENRIQUES AUTHOROFh4HE7IZARDOF Lies: Bernie Madoff and the Death of Trust," ,IES"ERNIE-ADOFFANDTHE$EATHOF4RUST v University of New England (Ludcke Auditorium), 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND,UDCKE!UDITORIUM Portland, 4 p.m. 0ORTLANDUNEEDUPM "Words and Pictures: Maine's Poet Laureate h7ORDSAND0ICTURES-AINES0OET,AUREATE Wesley McNair," author of 18 books, including 7ESLEY-C.AIR vAUTHOROFBOOKS INCLUDING "Lovers of the Lost: New and Selected Poems," h,OVERSOFTHE,OST.EWAND3ELECTED0OEMS v South Portland Public Library. Free, southportlan 3OUTH0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REESOUTHPORTLAN 7 p.m. DLIBRARYCOMPM Pam Flowers, author of "Alone Across the Arctic: 0AM&LOWERS AUTHOROFh!LONE!CROSSTHE!RCTIC One Woman's Epic Journey by Dog Team" and /NE7OMANS%PIC*OURNEYBY$OG4EAMvAND "Big Enough Anna," Thomas Memorial Library, h"IG%NOUGH!NNA v4HOMAS-EMORIAL,IBRARY Cape Elizabeth, #APE%LIZABETHTHOMASMEMORIALLIBRARYORG 6:30 p.m. PM

SPORTS N30/243 Maine Red Claws, NBA Development League -AINE2ED#LAWS ."!$EVELOPMENT,EAGUE affiliate of the Celtics, Bobcats and 76ers, AFlLIATEOFTHE#ELTICS "OBCATSANDERS Portland Exposition Building, Portland. $6 to 0ORTLAND%XPOSITION"UILDING 0ORTLANDTO $30.210-6655.,  NBACOMDLEAGUE6S4ULSA 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY Portland Pirates, AHL affiliate of the Phoenix 0ORTLAND0IRATES !(,AFlLIATEOFTHE0HOENIX Coyotes, Cumberland County Civic Center, #OYOTES #UMBERLAND#OUNTY#IVIC#ENTER Portland. $12 to $20. Vs. 0ORTLANDTOPORTLANDPIRATESCOM6S Worcester, 7 p.m. Saturday; Vs. Connecticut, 7ORCESTER PM3ATURDAY6S#ONNECTICUT 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. PM7EDNESDAY

PARTICIPANT DANCE N0!24)#)0!.4$!.#% Swing Dance, music by Maine Swingin' DJs, 3WING$ANCE MUSICBY-AINE3WINGIN$*S Wescustogo Hall, North Yarmouth. $8. 6537ESCUSTOGO(ALL .ORTH9ARMOUTH 5012. Lesson at 7 p.m., dance at 8 p.m. Friday. ,ESSONATPM DANCEATPM&RIDAY Contra Dance, live music by The Steampacket #ONTRA$ANCE LIVEMUSICBY4HE3TEAMPACKET and calling my Mary Wesley; bring clean, ANDCALLINGMY-ARY7ESLEYBRINGCLEAN non-street shoes for dancing; Falmouth NON STREETSHOESFORDANCING&ALMOUTH Congregational Church. $5 to $10; free for #ONGREGATIONAL#HURCHTOFREEFOR children under age 5. 358-9354. 7:15 p.m. CHILDRENUNDERAGE PM Saturday. 3ATURDAY Contradance, live music by Big Moose Contra #ONTRADANCE LIVEMUSICBY"IG-OOSE#ONTRA Dance Band, caller John Mclntire, College of $ANCE"AND CALLER*OHN-C)NTIRE #OLLEGEOF the Atlantic (Gates Center), Bar Harbor, THE!TLANTIC'ATES#ENTER "AR(ARBORCOAEDU Lessons at 7:30 p.m.; dance at 8 p.m. Saturday. ,ESSONSATPMDANCEATPM3ATURDAY

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when's not performing. He searches online and XIFOTOPUQFSGPSNJOH)FTFBSDIFTPOMJOFBOE DBMMTNVTJDJBOTBOEQSPEVDFST BMXBZTMPPLJOH calls musicians and producers, always looking for something new and different. GPSTPNFUIJOHOFXBOEEJGGFSFOU )FIPQFTXIBUIFEPFTXJMMFWFOUVBMMZMFBEUP He hopes what he does will eventually lead to him producing his own music, using electronics IJNQSPEVDJOHIJTPXONVTJD VTJOHFMFDUSPOJDT BOEGPVOETPVOET#VUGPSOPX IFNBLFTUIF and found sounds. But for now, he makes the most of other people's produced music. NPTUPGPUIFSQFPQMFTQSPEVDFENVTJD The Bamboora show at Port City Music Hall 5IF#BNCPPSBTIPXBU1PSU$JUZ.VTJD)BMM is part of the Congress Street club's efforts to JTQBSUPGUIF$POHSFTT4USFFUDMVCTFGGPSUTUP bring in more electronic music and DJ-based CSJOHJONPSFFMFDUSPOJDNVTJDBOE%+CBTFE shows, said Rob Evon, the club's manager. TIPXT TBJE3PC&WPO UIFDMVCTNBOBHFS Evon recently got a late-night entertainment &WPOSFDFOUMZHPUBMBUFOJHIUFOUFSUBJONFOU license for the club, so shows can go on until MJDFOTFGPSUIFDMVC TPTIPXTDBOHPPOVOUJM 2 a.m. (Though alcohol can't be sold that late.) BN 5IPVHIBMDPIPMDBOUCFTPMEUIBUMBUF  Evon says he will schedule some of the dance &WPOTBZTIFXJMMTDIFEVMFTPNFPGUIFEBODF and electronica shows to start at midnight. BOEFMFDUSPOJDBTIPXTUPTUBSUBUNJEOJHIU On March 29, Port City hosted D J Figure in its 0O.BSDI 1PSU$JUZIPTUFE%+'JHVSFJOJUT first late-night show. The opening acts started mSTUMBUFOJHIUTIPX5IFPQFOJOHBDUTTUBSUFE at 10 p.m., but the headliner didn't go on until BUQN CVUUIFIFBEMJOFSEJEOUHPPOVOUJM midnight. The Bamboora show will be similar, NJEOJHIU5IF#BNCPPSBTIPXXJMMCFTJNJMBS  with doors opening at 8 p.m. but the main atXJUIEPPSTPQFOJOHBUQNCVUUIFNBJOBU traction coming on much later. USBDUJPODPNJOHPONVDIMBUFS The late starts help create more of a dance 5IFMBUFTUBSUTIFMQDSFBUFNPSFPGBEBODF club or rave vibe, and they also help fill a void in DMVCPSSBWFWJCF BOEUIFZBMTPIFMQmMMBWPJEJO town for late-night, after-hours entertainment. UPXOGPSMBUFOJHIU BGUFSIPVSTFOUFSUBJONFOU Evon said his club has lost out on concerts &WPOTBJEIJTDMVCIBTMPTUPVUPODPODFSUT to the larger State Theatre, located just down UPUIFMBSHFS4UBUF5IFBUSF MPDBUFEKVTUEPXO Congress Street, ever since that venue re$POHSFTT4USFFU FWFSTJODFUIBUWFOVFSF opened more than a year ago. So if he can't get PQFOFENPSFUIBOBZFBSBHP4PJGIFDBOUHFU the same acts playing the State, Evon said he UIFTBNFBDUTQMBZJOHUIF4UBUF &WPOTBJEIF will bring in some acts that probably won't play XJMMCSJOHJOTPNFBDUTUIBUQSPCBCMZXPOUQMBZ the State - like dance music D Js - and schedUIF4UBUFoMJLFEBODFNVTJD%+ToBOETDIFE ule shows that are late enough that they don't VMFTIPXTUIBUBSFMBUFFOPVHIUIBUUIFZEPOU bump against State Theatre shows. CVNQBHBJOTU4UBUF5IFBUSFTIPXT "This way, people can transition from one i5IJTXBZ QFPQMFDBOUSBOTJUJPOGSPNPOF venue into ours and still have time for a decent WFOVFJOUPPVSTBOETUJMMIBWFUJNFGPSBEFDFOU set of music," said Evon. "It's an opportunity TFUPGNVTJD wTBJE&WPOi*UTBOPQQPSUVOJUZ for us to fill a niche and make up for some loss GPSVTUPmMMBOJDIFBOENBLFVQGPSTPNFMPTT of business." PGCVTJOFTTw The Bamboora show is being staged by Maine 5IF#BNCPPSBTIPXJTCFJOHTUBHFECZ.BJOF Electronic Entertainment, a business which &MFDUSPOJD&OUFSUBJONFOU BCVTJOFTTXIJDI started as a collective of local D Js and has TUBSUFEBTBDPMMFDUJWFPGMPDBM%+TBOEIBT evolved into an event-planning company with FWPMWFEJOUPBOFWFOUQMBOOJOHDPNQBOZXJUI a focus on dance parties. The company has a BGPDVTPOEBODFQBSUJFT5IFDPNQBOZIBTB stable of six or seven D Js that it uses regularly TUBCMFPGTJYPSTFWFO%+TUIBUJUVTFTSFHVMBSMZ who do events ranging from weddings and festiXIPEPFWFOUTSBOHJOHGSPNXFEEJOHTBOEGFTUJ vals to all sorts of dance club events, said Derek WBMTUPBMMTPSUTPGEBODFDMVCFWFOUT TBJE%FSFL Giusto, one of the company's managers. (JVTUP POFPGUIFDPNQBOZTNBOBHFST


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Sharp-eyed sleuths can hunt for AVO`^SgSRaZScbVaQO\Vc\bT]` hundreds of eggs hidden among the Vc\R`SRa]TSUUaVWRRS\O[]\UbVS exhibits. A special egg-hunt area will SfVWPWba/a^SQWOZSUUVc\bO`SOeWZZ be devoted to children under 3. PSRSd]bSRb]QVWZR`S\c\RS`! WHEN: 9 to 10 a.m. E63<('b]O[ WHERE: Children's Museum and TheE63@3(1VWZR`S\¸a;caSc[O\RBVS atre of Maine, 1424`SSAb>]`bZO\R Free St., Portland Ob`S]T;OW\S" HOW MUCH: $7 members; $8 nonmem6=E;C16(%[S[PS`a)&\]\[S[ bers PS`a INFO: 828-123 7<4=(& & !

'PSUIF#BNCPPSBTIPX .BJOF&MFDUSPOJD For the Bamboora show, Maine Electronic Entertainment will bring in vendors that will &OUFSUBJONFOUXJMMCSJOHJOWFOEPSTUIBUXJMM TFMMHMPTUJDLT 5TIJSUTBOETVOHMBTTFT BTXFMM sell glo-sticks, T-shirts and sunglasses, as well as go-go dancers and all sorts of light effects, BTHPHPEBODFSTBOEBMMTPSUTPGMJHIUFGGFDUT  JODMVEJOHCMBDLMJHIUTBOEMJHIUTBDUJWBUFECZ including black lights and lights activated by sound. TPVOE i8FXBOUQFPQMFBUBOFWFOUUPTFFJU GFFMJU  "We want people at an event to see it, feel it, hear it," said Giusto. "We want people to be IFBSJU wTBJE(VJTUPi8FXBOUQFPQMFUPCF WJTVBMMZTBUJTmFEBTXFMMw visually satisfied as well." Akaktan first became interested in dance mu"LBLUBOmSTUCFDBNFJOUFSFTUFEJOEBODFNV sic while growing up in Istanbul, and became TJDXIJMFHSPXJOHVQJO*TUBOCVM BOECFDBNF even more interested when his family moved to FWFONPSFJOUFSFTUFEXIFOIJTGBNJMZNPWFEUP the Chicago area when he was 16. He had older UIF$IJDBHPBSFBXIFOIFXBT)FIBEPMEFS cousins who would would play dance tracks DPVTJOTXIPXPVMEXPVMEQMBZEBODFUSBDLT and DJ stuff for him, so he soon started fooling BOE%+TUVGGGPSIJN TPIFTPPOTUBSUFEGPPMJOH around with music and equipment on his own. BSPVOEXJUINVTJDBOEFRVJQNFOUPOIJTPXO "I was just a bedroom DJ, but friends started i*XBTKVTUBCFESPPN%+ CVUGSJFOETTUBSUFE saying, 'Why don't you try to get paid for that?' TBZJOH A8IZEPOUZPVUSZUPHFUQBJEGPSUIBU " said Akaktan. "I was the kid playing music at wTBJE"LBLUBOi*XBTUIFLJEQMBZJOHNVTJDBU the parties." UIFQBSUJFTw After high school, he started getting gigs "GUFSIJHITDIPPM IFTUBSUFEHFUUJOHHJHT at clubs around Chicago. Then he had some BUDMVCTBSPVOE$IJDBHP5IFOIFIBETPNF friends who moved to Boston, and he decided to GSJFOETXIPNPWFEUP#PTUPO BOEIFEFDJEFEUP move there and keep working. NPWFUIFSFBOELFFQXPSLJOH Akaktan said a lot of what he does at a club is "LBLUBOTBJEBMPUPGXIBUIFEPFTBUBDMVCJT pretty spontaneous. From practicing, he knows QSFUUZTQPOUBOFPVT'SPNQSBDUJDJOH IFLOPXT what sounds he likes to use together and what XIBUTPVOETIFMJLFTUPVTFUPHFUIFSBOEXIBU tracks fit well with others. He might even go USBDLTmUXFMMXJUIPUIFST)FNJHIUFWFOHP into a gig with a sort of setlist in his head of JOUPBHJHXJUIBTPSUPGTFUMJTUJOIJTIFBEPG what he wants to play. XIBUIFXBOUTUPQMBZ But exactly how he plays it and when depends #VUFYBDUMZIPXIFQMBZTJUBOEXIFOEFQFOET a lot on the crowd. Unlike a lot of other musiBMPUPOUIFDSPXE6OMJLFBMPUPGPUIFSNVTJ cians, the crowd's reaction is really part of his DJBOT UIFDSPXETSFBDUJPOJTSFBMMZQBSUPGIJT performance. QFSGPSNBODF That's why it's called dance music. 5IBUTXIZJUTDBMMFEEBODFNVTJD "There are certain things I'll be thinking i5IFSFBSFDFSUBJOUIJOHT*MMCFUIJOLJOH about playing, but I never set anything in BCPVUQMBZJOH CVU*OFWFSTFUBOZUIJOHJO stone," said Akaktan. "It's all about reading the TUPOF wTBJE"LBLUBOi*UTBMMBCPVUSFBEJOHUIF crowd." DSPXEw Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be contacted at 791-6454 or AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]` at: Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: RayRouthier BeWbbS`(@Og@]cbVWS`


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Street entrance 4USFFUFOUSBODF HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16('SFF INFO: 846-2406 7<4=( WILBUR'S OF MAINE EASTER EGG HUNT: NE7:0C@¸A=4;/7<33/AB3@3556C<B( Search for plastic eggs filled with 4FBSDIGPSQMBTUJDFHHTmMMFEXJUI Wilbur's chocolates and prize tickets, 8JMCVSTDIPDPMBUFTBOEQSJ[FUJDLFUT  then spend time with the Easter Bunny UIFOTQFOEUJNFXJUIUIF&BTUFS#VOOZ and Wilbur the Moose. BOE8JMCVSUIF.PPTF WHEN: 10 to 11:30 a.m. E63<(UPBN WHERE: Wilbur's of Maine, 174 Lower E63@3(8JMCVSTPG.BJOF -PXFS Main St., Freeport .BJO4U 'SFFQPSU HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16('SFF INFO: 865-4071 7<4=(

PINELAND FARMS EASTER EGG HUNT: Head N>7<3:/<24/@;A3/AB3@3556C<B()FBE out to the farm for an egg hunt that goes PVUUPUIFGBSNGPSBOFHHIVOUUIBUHPFT on rain or shine. Children will also enjoy POSBJOPSTIJOF$IJMESFOXJMMBMTPFOKPZ a selection of games and activities at this EASTER EGG HUNT: In its 25th year, YarBTFMFDUJPOPGHBNFTBOEBDUJWJUJFTBUUIJT N3/AB3@3556C<B(*OJUTUIZFBS :BS event, sponsored by the Gray Parks & mouth Community Services presents an FWFOU TQPOTPSFECZUIF(SBZ1BSLT NPVUI$PNNVOJUZ4FSWJDFTQSFTFOUTBO Recreation Department. annual hunt for toy-filled (and candy-free) 3FDSFBUJPO%FQBSUNFOU BOOVBMIVOUGPSUPZmMMFE BOEDBOEZGSFF  WHEN: 10 a.m. eggs for town residents. The event is for E63<(BN FHHTGPSUPXOSFTJEFOUT5IFFWFOUJTGPS WHERE: The Market, Pineland Farms, 15 ages 2 to 7, with separate areas for ages 4 E63@3(5IF.BSLFU 1JOFMBOE'BSNT  BHFTUP XJUITFQBSBUFBSFBTGPSBHFT Farm View Drive, New Gloucester and under and ages 5 to 7. 'BSN7JFX%SJWF /FX(MPVDFTUFS BOEVOEFSBOEBHFTUP HOW MUCH: Free WHEN: 10 a.m. 6=E;C16('SFF E63<(BN WHERE: Royal River Park, East Elm INFO: 688-4539 7<4=( E63@3(3PZBM3JWFS1BSL &BTU&MN


Theatre, Boston. $57.70/$72.70. BVSOb`S0]ab]\#%%% %; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! April 28 - Imagination Movers, /^`WZ &³7[OUW\ObW]\;]dS`a Continued from Page E25 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 # 1:30 p.m., Orpheum Theatre, (!^[=`^VSc[BVSOb`S Boston. $32.70/$43.25. 0]ab]\! %"! # to $47.80.; b]"%&:WdS\ObW]\Q][); (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! (800) 745-3000 &%"#! April 28 - Nickelback with Bush, /^`WZ &³<WQYSZPOQYeWbV0caV April 12³2O`gZ6OZZeWbVAVO`]\ - Daryl Hall with Sharon /^`WZ Seether and My Darkest Days, 6 ASSbVS`O\R;g2O`YSab2Oga$ Jones and Allen Stone, 8 p.m., 8]\SaO\R/ZZS\Ab]\S&^[ p.m., DCU Center, Worcester, Mass. ^[21C1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa House of Blues, Boston. $49.50 to 6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\"'#b] $50.50 to $90.50.; ##b]'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) $75.; %#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! (800) 745-3000 &%"#! April 29 - Miike Snow, 8 p.m., /^`WZ '³;WWYSA\]e&^[ April 14 - White Rabbits, 9 p.m., /^`WZ"³EVWbS@OPPWba'^[ House of Blues, Boston. $25 to $35. 6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\ #b]!# Paradise Rock Club, Boston. $20. >O`ORWaS@]QY1ZcP0]ab]\; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#!; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! April 29 - Rammstein, 8 p.m., DCU /^`WZ '³@O[[abSW\&^[21C April 16 - Bad Brains, 8 p.m., /^`WZ$³0OR0`OW\a&^[ Center, Worcester, Mass. $76.95 to 1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa%$'#b] Paradise Rock Club, Boston. $33. >O`ORWaS@]QY1ZcP0]ab]\!! $92.85.; ' &#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][); (800) 745-3000 &%"#! BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! (800) 745-3000 April 17 - The Avett Brothers, /^`WZ%³BVS/dSbb0`]bVS`a May 2³AZOcUVbS`V]caS&(!^[ - Slaughterhouse, 8:30 p.m., ;Og 8 p.m., Whittemore Center &^[EVWbbS[]`S1S\bS` Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $27 to $33. EWZPc`BVSOb`S0]ab]\ %b]!! Arena, Durham, N.H. $44.75. /`S\O2c`VO[<6""%#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#!; (800) 745-3000 ;Og!³6c[O\<Obc`S(BVS BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! May 3 - Human Nature: The April 20 - Merle Haggard, 8 p.m., /^`WZ ³;S`ZS6OUUO`R&^[ Motown Show presented by ;]b]e\AV]e^`SaS\bSRPg The Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. BVS;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6 Smokey Robinson, 7:30 p.m., Casino A[]YSg@]PW\a]\%(!^[1OaW\] $74 to $82.BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U); %"b]& Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6 (603) 436-2400 $!"!$ " $38.80 to $68.; !&&b]$&BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) April 21 - Death Cab for Cutie, /^`WZ ³2SObV1OPT]`1cbWS (800) 745-3000 &%"#! 7:30 p.m., Citi Performing Arts %(!^[1WbW>S`T]`[W\U/`ba May 4 - Shpongle, 8 p.m., House ;Og"³AV^]\UZS&^[6]caS Center Wang Theatre, Boston. 1S\bS`EO\UBVSOb`S0]ab]\ of Blues, Boston. $22.50 to $35. ]T0ZcSa0]ab]\ #b]!# $39.50 to $59.50.; !'#b]#'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][); (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! (866) 348-9738 &$$!"&'%!& May 5 - Trailer Park Boys, 9 p.m., ;Og#³B`OWZS`>O`Y0]ga'^[ April 22³@]aO\\S1OaV%(!^[ - Rosanne Cash, 7:30 p.m., EWZPc`BVSOb`S0]ab]\!b] /^`WZ Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $31 to The Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. BVS;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6 $41.70.; "%BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) $46 to $51.; "$b]#BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! (603) 436-2400 $!"!$ " May 5 - Lady Antebellum, 7 p.m., ;Og#³:ORg/\bSPSZZc[%^[ April 22³<O\QW5`WT¿bV&^[ - Nanci Griffith, 8 p.m., /^`WZ DCU Center, Worcester, Mass. 21C1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $36 to EWZPc`BVSOb`S0]ab]\!$b] $66.65 to $87.20.; $$$#b]&% BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) $44.20.; "" BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! (800) 745-3000 May 6 - Andrew Bird, 8 p.m., House &%"#! ;Og$³/\R`Se0W`R&^[6]caS April 23 - Rodrigo y Gabriela, /^`WZ !³@]R`WU]g5OP`WSZO of Blues, Boston. $35 to $45. ]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!#b]"# 7:30 p.m., Orpheum Theatre, %(!^[=`^VSc[BVSOb`S; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Boston. $35 to $45.; ;Og%³<S]\B`SSaO\R 0]ab]\!#b]"#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) May 7 - Neon Trees and (800) 745-3000 AWOLNATION, 7:30 p.m., Paradise &%"#! /E=:</B7=<%(!^[>O`ORWaS April 26 - Kathleen Edwards, Rock Club, Boston. $26.50. /^`WZ $³9ObVZSS\3ReO`Ra @]QY1ZcP0]ab]\ $# 8 p.m., Royale Boston. $25.15. &^[@]gOZS0]ab]\ ##; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#!; (800) 745-3000 ;Og&³3`WY:O`a]\%(!^[BVS May 8 - Erik Larson, 7:30 p.m., The BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! April 26 - Nick Lowe, 8 p.m., Wilbur ;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6! Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $13. /^`WZ $³<WQY:]eS&^[EWZPc` Theatre, Boston. $36.50 to $57.20.; (603) 436-2400 BVSOb`S0]ab]\!$#b]#%  BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ "; (800) 745-3000 ;Og³BVS1`O\PS``WSa&^[ BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! May 11 - The Cranberries, 8 p.m., April 27 - Creed, 8 p.m., Orpheum House of Blues, Boston. $36 to /^`WZ %³1`SSR&^[=`^VSc[ 6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!$b] Theatre, Boston. $35 to $75. $49.50.; BVSOb`S0]ab]\!#b]%# "'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][); (800) 745-3000 (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! &%"#! April 27 - Lewis Black, 8 p.m., May 16 - Godsmack with Staind, /^`WZ %³:SeWa0ZOQY&^[ ;Og$³5]Ra[OQYeWbVAbOW\R Hanover Theatre, Worcester, Mass. 6:30 p.m., Verizon Wireless Arena, 6O\]dS`BVSOb`SE]`QSabS`;Oaa $(!^[DS`Wh]\EW`SZSaa/`S\O $39.50 to $59.50. !'#b]#'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][ April 28 - Greg Lake, 8 p.m., Wilbur /^`WZ &³5`SU:OYS&^[EWZPc` Please see TIX, PageE31 Gc\Xj\j\\B7FGX^\<*(

GARDINER EASTER EGG SCAVENGER HUNT: N5/@27<3@3/AB3@355A1/D3<53@6C<B( Start at Picture Perfect Photography 4UBSUBU1JDUVSF1FSGFDU1IPUPHSBQIZ to pick up a scorecard, then search the UPQJDLVQBTDPSFDBSE UIFOTFBSDIUIF downtown storefronts for eggs of all EPXOUPXOTUPSFGSPOUTGPSFHHTPGBMM shapes and sizes. Candy prizes will be TIBQFTBOETJ[FT$BOEZQSJ[FTXJMMCF handed out to all participants. Kids can IBOEFEPVUUPBMMQBSUJDJQBOUT,JETDBO also create crafts at Sweet Love BouBMTPDSFBUFDSBGUTBU4XFFU-PWF#PV tique. UJRVF WHEN: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. E63<(BNUPQN WHERE: Water Street, Gardiner E63@3(8BUFS4USFFU (BSEJOFS HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16('SFF INFO: 582-3100 7<4=(

SUNDAY JLE;8P SADDLEBACK EASTER EGG HUNT: NA/22:30/193/AB3@3556C<B( Children ages 11 and under can comb the $IJMESFOBHFTBOEVOEFSDBODPNCUIF lower mountain trails for eggs. One lucky MPXFSNPVOUBJOUSBJMTGPSFHHT0OFMVDLZ skier or boarder will find the golden egg, TLJFSPSCPBSEFSXJMMmOEUIFHPMEFOFHH  which contains a 2012-13 season XIJDIDPOUBJOTBTFBTPO pass. QBTT WHEN: 11:20 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. E63<(BNUPQN WHERE: Lower mountain trails, SaddleE63@3(-PXFSNPVOUBJOUSBJMT 4BEEMF back Mountain, Rangeley CBDL.PVOUBJO 3BOHFMFZ HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16('SFF INFO: 7<4=(TBEEMFCBDLNBJOFDPN

SUGARLOAF EASTER SUNDAY ACTIVITIES: NAC5/@:=/43/AB3@AC<2/G/1B7D7B73A( From 8:30 to 9:15 a.m., children can color 'SPNUPBN DIJMESFODBODPMPS and hang a paper egg on the Easter tree BOEIBOHBQBQFSFHHPOUIF&BTUFSUSFF and meet the Easter Bunny. At 9 a.m., BOENFFUUIF&BTUFS#VOOZ"UBN  groups of two to three children ages 8 HSPVQTPGUXPUPUISFFDIJMESFOBHFT to 12 can take part in a scavenger hunt UPDBOUBLFQBSUJOBTDBWFOHFSIVOU throughout the base lodge. Finally, at UISPVHIPVUUIFCBTFMPEHF'JOBMMZ BU 11:30 a.m., anyone with spring fever can BN BOZPOFXJUITQSJOHGFWFSDBO join the Spring Costume Parade. KPJOUIF4QSJOH$PTUVNF1BSBEF WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to noon E63<(BNUPOPPO WHERE: Sugarloaf, Carrabassett Valley E63@3(4VHBSMPBG $BSSBCBTTFUU7BMMFZ COST: Free 1=AB('SFF INFO: 7<4=(TVHBSMPBGDPN

SUNDAY RIVER EASTER EGG HUNT: Join NAC<2/G@7D3@3/AB3@3556C<B(+PJO the Easter Bunny for a slopeside hunt for UIF&BTUFS#VOOZGPSBTMPQFTJEFIVOUGPS eggs with prizes and treats inside. FHHTXJUIQSJ[FTBOEUSFBUTJOTJEF WHEN: 9 a.m. E63<(BN WHERE: South Ridge, Sunday River, E63@3(4PVUI3JEHF 4VOEBZ3JWFS  Newry /FXSZ COST: Free 1=AB('SFF INFO: 7<4=(TVOEBZSJWFSDPN Staff Writer Avery Yale Kamila can be contacted at AbOTTE`WbS`/dS`gGOZS9O[WZOQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6297 or at: %'$ '%]`Ob( akamila@pressherald. com OYO[WZO.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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:fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3! Continued from Page E30 Manchester, N.H. $39.50 to $49.50. ;O\QVSabS`<6!'#b]"'#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! May 16 - Chickenfoot with Black Stone ;Og$³1VWQYS\T]]beWbV0ZOQYAb]\S Cherry, 7:30 p.m., Orpheum Theatre, 1VS``g%(!^[=`^VSc[BVSOb`S Boston. $39.50 to $59.50.; 0]ab]\!'#b]#'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! May 19 - LeAnn Rimes, 8 p.m., Casino ;Og'³:S/\\@W[Sa&^[1OaW\] Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $30 to $56. 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6!b]#$; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! May 19 - Adam Lambert, Gym Class ;Og'³/RO[:O[PS`b5g[1ZOaa Heroes, Flo Rida, Enrique Iglesias, The 6S`]Sa4Z]@WRO3\`W_cS7UZSaWOaBVS Wanted, Hot Chelle Rae and many others, 3 EO\bSR6]b1VSZZS@OSO\R[O\g]bVS`a! p.m., Comcast Center, Mansfield, Mass. $35 ^[1][QOab1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa!# to $200.; (800) 745-3000 b] :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! May 23 - Sinead O'Connor, 8 p.m., ;Og !³AW\SOR=¸1]\\]`&^[ House of Blues, Boston. $35 to $49.50. 6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!#b]"'#; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! May 25 - Joe Bonamassa, 8 p.m., Casino ;Og #³8]S0]\O[OaaO&^[1OaW\] Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $52b]&' to $89. 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! May 26 - Country Throwdown with Gary ;Og $³1]c\b`gBV`]eR]e\eWbV5O`g Allan, Justin Moore, Josh Thompson, /ZZO\8cabW\;]]`S8]aVBV][^a]\ Sunny Sweeney and Eric Paslay 3 p.m., Ac\\gAeSS\SgO\R3`WQ>OaZOg!^[ Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion, Gilford, ;SOR]eP`]]YCA1SZZcZO`>OdWZW]\5WZT]`R N.H. $29.75 to $66.25.; <6 '%#b]$$ #;SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb) (603) 293-4700 $! '!"% May 26 - Garbage, 9 p.m., Paradise Rock ;Og $³5O`POUS'^[>O`ORWaS@]QY Club, Boston. $46.70.; 1ZcP0]ab]\"$%:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! May 26 - The Kooks, 7 p.m., House of Blues, ;Og $³BVS9]]Ya%^[6]caS]T0ZcSa Boston. $25 to $35.; (800) 0]ab]\ #b]!#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& 745-3000 %"#! May 29 - Radiohead, 7:30 p.m., Comcast ;Og '³@ORW]VSOR%(!^[1][QOab Center, Mansfield, Mass. $32b]$ to $62. 1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa!; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! May 30 - Bonnie Raitt, 8 p.m., Casino ;Og!³0]\\WS@OWbb&^[1OaW\] Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $36.50 to 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6!$#b] $80.50.; (800) 745-3000 &#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! May 30-31 - Cirque du Soleil, 7:30 p.m., ;Og!!³1W`_cSRcA]ZSWZ%(!^[ Verizon Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. DS`Wh]\EW`SZSaa/`S\O;O\QVSabS`<6 $47.20 to $159.55.; "% b]#'##BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 1 - Gogol Bordello with Two Gallants 8c\S³5]U]Z0]`RSZZ]eWbVBe]5OZZO\ba and Mariachi El Bronx, 7:30 p.m., Bank of O\R;O`WOQVW3Z0`]\f%(!^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $32b]"## to $45.50. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\!; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 1 - Kid Rock, 8 p.m., House of Blues, 8c\S³9WR@]QY&^[6]caS]T0ZcSa Boston. $49.50 to $75.; 0]ab]\"'#b]%#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 2³@WQY@]aa0WUASO\EOZS2WUUg - Rick Ross, Big Sean, Wale, Diggy 8c\S Simmons, B.o.B., Kid Ink and others, 5 p.m., AW[[]\a0]09WR7\YO\R]bVS`a#^[ Comcast Center, Mansfield, Mass. $35 to 1][QOab1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa!#b] $150.50.; (800) 745-3000 ##:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#!

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contemporary art. The show features 48 DPOUFNQPSBSZBSU5IFTIPXGFBUVSFT works of art in a range of media by 20 artXPSLTPGBSUJOBSBOHFPGNFEJBCZBSU ists connected to Saco, Biddeford and Old JTUTDPOOFDUFEUP4BDP #JEEFGPSEBOE0ME Orchard Beach. 0SDIBSE#FBDI The Saco Museum, 371 Main St., Saco, 5IF4BDP.VTFVN .BJO4U 4BDP  and Engine, 265 Main St., Biddeford, both BOE&OHJOF .BJO4U #JEEFGPSE CPUI show a large selection of work. It was TIPXBMBSHFTFMFDUJPOPGXPSL*UXBT important that both cities have exhibition JNQPSUBOUUIBUCPUIDJUJFTIBWFFYIJCJUJPO opportunities for this show, because "The PQQPSUVOJUJFTGPSUIJTTIPX CFDBVTFi5IF Mill-ennial" represents the broad cre.JMMFOOJBMwSFQSFTFOUTUIFCSPBEDSF ative community of the Saco River Valley, BUJWFDPNNVOJUZPGUIF4BDP3JWFS7BMMFZ  Routhier said. 3PVUIJFSTBJE "This isn't just about Saco. It's about the i5IJTJTOUKVTUBCPVU4BDP*UTBCPVUUIF cities of the Saco," she said. "It's broader DJUJFTPGUIF4BDP wTIFTBJEi*UTCSPBEFS than a single place on Main Street in UIBOBTJOHMFQMBDFPO.BJO4USFFUJO Saco. The 'Mill-ennial' supports creative 4BDP5IFA.JMMFOOJBMTVQQPSUTDSFBUJWF economy issues, and so much of the FDPOPNZJTTVFT BOETPNVDIPGUIF discussion about the creative economy is EJTDVTTJPOBCPVUUIFDSFBUJWFFDPOPNZJT about revitalizing Main streets. Engine is BCPVUSFWJUBMJ[JOH.BJOTUSFFUT&OHJOFJT

June 2³2O`YAbO`=`QVSab`O&^[ - Dark Star Orchestra, 8 p.m., 8c\S Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. 1OaW\]0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6; $26/$29. $ 'BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 2³µ2Wa\Sg¸a0SOcbgO\RbVS0SOab¶ - "Disney's Beauty and the Beast," 8c\S 8 p.m., Boston Opera House. $42.60 to &^[0]ab]\=^S`O6]caS" $b] $126.85.; (800) 745-3000  $&#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 2³AbSdSEW\e]]ReWbV;WQVOSZ - Steve Winwood with Michael 8c\S Franti & Spearhead, 7:30 p.m., Bank of 4`O\bWA^SO`VSOR%(!^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $25 to $70. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\ #b]%; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 3 - Brad Paisley with The Band Perry 8c\S!³0`OR>OWaZSgeWbVBVS0O\R>S``g and Easton Corbin, 7:30 p.m., Comcast O\R3Oab]\1]`PW\%(!^[1][QOab Center, Mansfield, Mass. $41.50 to $81.50. 1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa"#b]&#; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 5-6 - Dave Matthews Band with 8c\S#$³2OdS;ObbVSea0O\ReWbV Carolina Chocolate Drops, 7 p.m., Comcast 1O`]ZW\O1V]Q]ZObS2`]^a%^[1][QOab Center, Mansfield, Mass. $40.50 to $75. 1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa"#b]%#; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 7-8 - Phish, 7:30 p.m., DCU Center, 8c\S%&³>VWaV%(!^[21C1S\bS` Worcester, Mass. $60.; E]`QSabS`;Oaa$BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 19 - Matthew Sweet, 8 p.m., Paradise 8c\S'³;ObbVSeAeSSb&^[>O`ORWaS Rock Club, Boston. $26.50.; @]QY1ZcP0]ab]\ $#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 8 - Kristin Chenoweth, 8 p.m., 8c\S&³9`WabW\1VS\]eSbV&^[ Boston Opera House. $48.85 to $139.15. 0]ab]\=^S`O6]caS"&&#b]!'#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 9 - Victor Wooten, 9 p.m., Paradise 8c\S'³DWQb]`E]]bS\'^[>O`ORWaS Rock Club, Boston. $30.50.; @]QY1ZcP0]ab]\!#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 10 - Yanni, 7:30 p.m., Bank of 8c\S³GO\\W%(!^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $35 to $150. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\!#b]#; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 11 - Queen Extravaganza, 8 p.m., 8c\S³?cSS\3fb`OdOUO\hO&^[ House of Blues, Boston. $20 to $30 6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\ b]!; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 12³9SO\SeWbV;gabS`g8Sba& - Keane with Mystery Jets, 8 8c\S p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $35 to $49. ^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!#b]"'; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 13 - Crosby, Stills & Nash, 8 p.m., 8c\S!³1`]aPgAbWZZa<OaV&^[ Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion, Gilford, ;SOR]eP`]]YCA1SZZcZO`>OdWZW]\5WZT]`R N.H. $36 to $84.75.; <6!$b]&"%#;SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb) (603) 293-4700 $! '!"% June 15 - Foster the People with 8c\S#³4]abS`bVS>S]^ZSeWbV Tokyo Police Club, 7:30 p.m., Bank of B]Yg]>]ZWQS1ZcP%(!^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $30 to $34.50. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\!b]!"#; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 16 - Rascal Flatts with Little Big Town, 8c\S$³@OaQOZ4ZObbaeWbV:WbbZS0WUB]e\ Eli Young Band and Edens Edge, 7 p.m., 3ZWG]c\U0O\RO\R3RS\a3RUS%^[ Comcast Center, Mansfield, Mass. $25.50 to 1][QOab1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa ##b] $60.25.; (800) 745-3000 $ #BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 16 - Sugarland, 8 p.m., Meadowbrook 8c\S$³AcUO`ZO\R&^[;SOR]eP`]]Y U.S. Cellular Pavilion, Gilford, N.H. $46.25 to CA1SZZcZO`>OdWZW]\5WZT]`R<6"$ #b] $106.25. Phone and box office sales begin $ #>V]\SO\RP]f]T¿QSaOZSaPSUW\ 11 a.m. Friday.; (603) O[4`WROg;SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb)$! 293-4700 '!"% June 19 - Jonny Lang and Buddy Guy, 8c\S'³8]\\g:O\UO\R0cRRg5cg


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S i n g e r - s o n g w r i t e r N o r a h J o n e s is at AW\US`a]\Ue`WbS`<]`OV8]\SaWaOb t h e Bank of A m e r i c a Pavilion in B o s t o n bVS0O\Y]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\W\0]ab]\ on July 1. ]\8cZg 8 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $37 to &^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!%b] $49.50.; (800) 745-3000 "'#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! June 21 - Childish Gambino with Danny 8c\S Âł1VWZRWaV5O[PW\]eWbV2O\\g Brown, 7:30 p.m., Bank of America Pavilion, 0`]e\%(!^[0O\Y]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\ Boston. $22.50 to $30.; 0]ab]\ #b]!:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 22 Âł9/A9/23%^[21C1S\bS` - KASKADE, 7 p.m., DCU Center, 8c\S Worcester, Mass. $51.75 to $72.05. E]`QSabS`;Oaa#%#b]% #; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 23 - Neil Diamond, 8 p.m., TD 8c\S !Âł<SWZ2WO[]\R&^[B2 Garden, Boston. $68.40 to $134.75. 5O`RS\0]ab]\$&"b]!"%#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 23 - Nellie McKay 7 and 9 p.m., 8c\S !Âł<SZZWS;Q9Og%O\R'^[ The Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $33. BVS;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6!!; (603) 436-2400 BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ " June 24 - Happy Together Tour featuring 8c\S "Âł6O^^gB]USbVS`B]c`TSObc`W\U The Turtles, Micky Dolenz, The Grass Roots, BVSBc`bZSa;WQYg2]ZS\hBVS5`Oaa@]]ba Gary Puckett & The Union Gap and The 5O`g>cQYSbbBVSC\W]\5O^O\RBVS Buckinghams, 8 p.m., Casino Ballroom, 0cQYW\UVO[a&^[1OaW\]0OZZ`]][ Hampton Beach, N.H. $30 to $60. 6O[^b]\0SOQV<6!b]$; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 26 - The Beach Boys 50th 8c\S $ÂłBVS0SOQV0]ga#bV Anniversary Tour, 7:30 p.m., Bank of /\\WdS`aO`gB]c`%(!^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $30 to $95. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\!b]'#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 26 - Iron Maiden with Alice Cooper, 8c\S $Âł7`]\;OWRS\eWbV/ZWQS1]]^S` 7:30 p.m., Comcast Center, Mansfield, Mass. %(!^[1][QOab1S\bS`;O\aÂżSZR;Oaa

GPSDPOTJEFSBUJPO 3PVUIJFSOPUFE for consideration, Routhier noted. "UFBNPGUISFFKVSPSTNBEFUIFmOBM A team of three jurors made the final @= >F TFMFDUJPOT+VSPSTXFSF3PO$SVTBO  selections. Jurors were Ron Crusan, director of the Ogunquit Museum of EJSFDUPSPGUIF0HVORVJU.VTFVNPG THE MILL-ENNIAL 2012 K?<D@CC$<EE@8C)'() American Art; Berri Kramer, president of "NFSJDBO"SU#FSSJ,SBNFS QSFTJEFOUPG WHERE: Saco M u s e u m , 371 Main St., E63@3(AOQ];caSc[!%;OW\Ab Heartwood College of Art in Kennebunk; )FBSUXPPE$PMMFHFPG"SUJO,FOOFCVOL Saco; a n d Engine, 2$#;OW\Ab 6 5 Main St., AOQ])O\R3\UW\S and Andy Verzosa, director of Aucocisco BOE"OEZ7FS[PTB EJSFDUPSPG"VDPDJTDP Biddeford 0WRRST]`R Galleries in Portland. (BMMFSJFTJO1PSUMBOE WHEN: O p e n i n g r e c e p t i o n , 5:30 to E63<(=^S\W\U`SQS^bW]\#(!b] In their statement, the jurors wrote, *OUIFJSTUBUFNFOU UIFKVSPSTXSPUF  7 p.m. t o n i g h t at b o t h l o c a t i o n s . %^[b]\WUVbObP]bVZ]QObW]\a "The overall quality of submissions was i5IFPWFSBMMRVBMJUZPGTVCNJTTJPOTXBT T h r o u g h J u n e 10. BV`]cUV8c\S high, and it was a great opportunity to IJHI BOEJUXBTBHSFBUPQQPSUVOJUZUP INFO: 2&!!&$3fb"]`RgS`ZWP`O`g 8 3 - 3 8 6 1 , Ext. 114, or d y e r l i b r a r y 7<4=( see which artists hailed from and/or laid TFFXIJDIBSUJTUTIBJMFEGSPNBOEPSMBJE s a c o m u s e u m . o r g ( m u s e u m ) ; 2 2' 9aOQ][caSc[]`U[caSc[) claim to this southern Maine community. DMBJNUPUIJTTPVUIFSO.BJOFDPNNVOJUZ 3 5 6 0 or (Engine) !#$]`TSSRbVSS\UW\S]`U3\UW\S "Each with our own preferences and i&BDIXJUIPVSPXOQSFGFSFODFTBOE particulars, we felt that we selected a QBSUJDVMBST XFGFMUUIBUXFTFMFDUFEB Main Street in Biddeford, and we are on .BJO4USFFUJO#JEEFGPSE BOEXFBSFPO very strong exhibition that is well-suited WFSZTUSPOHFYIJCJUJPOUIBUJTXFMMTVJUFE Main Street in Saco." .BJO4USFFUJO4BDPw to both sites. Each of us could have UPCPUITJUFT&BDIPGVTDPVMEIBWF For a second-time event, "The Mill-en'PSBTFDPOEUJNFFWFOU i5IF.JMMFO indeed selected different artworks that JOEFFETFMFDUFEEJGGFSFOUBSUXPSLTUIBU nial" has generated a respectable amount XPVMEIBWFSFTVMUFEJOUISFFEJGGFSFOU OJBMwIBTHFOFSBUFEBSFTQFDUBCMFBNPVOU would have resulted in three different of interest. This year, 62 artists submitted TIPXT CVUUIFDPMMBCPSBUJWFFOEFBWPSBOE PGJOUFSFTU5IJTZFBS BSUJTUTTVCNJUUFE shows, but the collaborative endeavor and work for consideration. XPSLGPSDPOTJEFSBUJPO process allowed for something more than QSPDFTTBMMPXFEGPSTPNFUIJOHNPSFUIBO Artists have shown a lot of enthusiasm "SUJTUTIBWFTIPXOBMPUPGFOUIVTJBTN that, and we think arguably better." UIBU BOEXFUIJOLBSHVBCMZCFUUFSw for the exhibition, as is evidenced in both GPSUIFFYIJCJUJPO BTJTFWJEFODFEJOCPUI With its high ceilings and interior walls, 8JUIJUTIJHIDFJMJOHTBOEJOUFSJPSXBMMT  the quality and quantity of work submitted UIF4BDP.VTFVNJTTIPXJOHXIBUXPVME UIFRVBMJUZBOERVBOUJUZPGXPSLTVCNJUUFE the Saco Museum is showing what would

$35 to $75.; !#b]%#:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! June 29 - Cinderella, 8 p.m., Casino 8c\S '³1W\RS`SZZO&^[1OaW\] Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $26/$28. 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6 $ &; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 29 - Jim's Big Ego, 8 p.m., The 8c\S '³8W[¸a0WU3U]&^[BVS Music Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $18. ;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6&; (603) 436-2400 BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ " July 29-30 - Coldplay 7 p.m., TD 8cZg '!³1]ZR^ZOg%^[B2 Garden, Boston. $62.75 to $129.65. 5O`RS\0]ab]\$ %#b] '$#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 30 - Billy Bragg, 8 p.m., The Music 8c\S!³0WZZg0`OUU&^[BVS;caWQ Hall, Portsmouth, N.H. $26 to $32. 6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6 $b]!; (603) 436-2400 BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$ " June 30 - James Taylor, 7:30 p.m., Verizon 8c\S!³8O[SaBOgZ]`%(!^[DS`Wh]\ Wireless Arena, Manchester, N.H. $45.50 to EW`SZSaa/`S\O;O\QVSabS`<6"##b] $75.50.; (800) 745-3000 %##BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! June 30 - Collective Soul, 8 p.m., Casino 8c\S!³1]ZZSQbWdSA]cZ&^[1OaW\] Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $28/$31. 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6 &!; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! July 1 - Roger Waters: The Wall Live, 8:30 8cZg³@]US`EObS`a(BVSEOZZ:WdS&(! p.m., Fenway Park, Boston. $40 to $255. ^[4S\eOg>O`Y0]ab]\"b] ##; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! July 1 - LMFAO and The Party Rock Crew 8cZg³:;4/=O\RBVS>O`bg@]QY1`Se with Far East Movement, The Quest Crew, eWbV4O`3Oab;]dS[S\bBVS?cSab1`Se Sidney Samson, Eva Simons and Natalia AWR\SgAO[a]\3dOAW[]\aO\R<ObOZWO Kills, 7 p.m., DCU Center, Worcester, Mass. 9WZZa%^[21C1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa $35 to $95.50.; !#b]'##:WdS\ObW]\Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! July 1 - Norah Jones, 7:30 p.m., Bank of 8cZg³<]`OV8]\Sa%(!^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $39 to $79.40. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\!'b]%'"; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! July 2³BS\OQW]ca2%(!^[0O\Y]T - Tenacious D, 7:30 p.m., Bank of 8cZg America Pavilion, Boston. $45.50 to $57.50. /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\"##b]#%#; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! July 6 - Zappa Plays Zappa, 8 p.m., Casino 8cZg$³HO^^O>ZOgaHO^^O&^[1OaW\] Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $36 to $80. 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6!$b]&; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! July 6 - Sarah McLachlan, 7:30 p.m., Bank 8cZg$³AO`OV;Q:OQVZO\%(!^[0O\Y of America Pavilion, Boston. $31 to $76. ]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\!b]%$; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! July 7 - Styx, REO Speedwagon and Ted 8cZg%³Abgf@3=A^SSReOU]\O\RBSR Nugent, 6:40 p.m., Meadowbrook U.S. <cUS\b$("^[;SOR]eP`]]YCA Cellular Pavilion, Gilford, N.H. $29 to $74. 1SZZcZO`>OdWZW]\5WZT]`R<6 'b]%"; (603) 293-4700 ;SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb)$! '!"% July 7 - Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime, 8 8cZg%³0OR¿aV(/B`WPcbSb]AcPZW[S& p.m., Casino Ballroom, Hampton Beach, ^[1OaW\]0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV N.H. $18/$23.; <6& !BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! July 10 - Stevie Nicks, 8 p.m., Bank of 8cZg³AbSdWS<WQYa&^[0O\Y]T America Pavilion, Boston. $52.35 to /[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\# !#b] $148.50.; (800) 745-3000 "&#:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! July 11 - Squeeze and The B-52s, 7:30 p.m., 8cZg³A_cSShSO\RBVS0# a%(!^[ Bank of America Pavilion, Boston. $20 to 0O\Y]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\ b] $70.; (800) 745-3000 %:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#!

be considered more traditional work CFDPOTJEFSFENPSFUSBEJUJPOBMXPSL - paintings and prints primarily, as well oQBJOUJOHTBOEQSJOUTQSJNBSJMZ BTXFMM as a few sculptures. BTBGFXTDVMQUVSFT Engine, with its street-facing windows &OHJOF XJUIJUTTUSFFUGBDJOHXJOEPXT and high-visibility location, is handling BOEIJHIWJTJCJMJUZMPDBUJPO JTIBOEMJOH some of the sculptural assemblages and TPNFPGUIFTDVMQUVSBMBTTFNCMBHFTBOE larger pieces. MBSHFSQJFDFT "Even if you don't go into the Engine i&WFOJGZPVEPOUHPJOUPUIF&OHJOF space, passers-by have access to the TQBDF QBTTFSTCZIBWFBDDFTTUPUIF work, which is appealing," Routhier said. XPSL XIJDIJTBQQFBMJOH w3PVUIJFSTBJE Artists with work in the show are: Susan "SUJTUTXJUIXPSLJOUIFTIPXBSF4VTBO Amons, Peter T. Bennett, Sarah Bowen, "NPOT 1FUFS5#FOOFUU 4BSBI#PXFO  Pat Campbell, Donna L. Caron, Michele 1BU$BNQCFMM %POOB-$BSPO .JDIFMF A. Caron, Sally Orth Chandler, James "$BSPO 4BMMZ0SUI$IBOEMFS +BNFT Chute, Laura Dunn, Rachael Eastman, $IVUF -BVSB%VOO 3BDIBFM&BTUNBO  Tanya Fletcher, Tyson Jacques, J. Mark 5BOZB'MFUDIFS 5ZTPO+BDRVFT +.BSL Koerber, Benjamin Lambert, Cheryl Lich,PFSCFS #FOKBNJO-BNCFSU $IFSZM-JDI well, Heath Paley Robin Puleio, Richard XFMM )FBUI1BMFZ 3PCJO1VMFJP 3JDIBSE Smukler, Nora Tryon and Diane Bowie 4NVLMFS /PSB5SZPOBOE%JBOF#PXJF Zaitlin. ;BJUMJO Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 AbOTTE`WbS`0]P9SgSaQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#% or: ]`( bkeyes@pressherald. com PYSgSa.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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