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If[?Xidfe Rod Harmon =ifdk_\<[`kfi From the Editor nnn%gi\jj_\iXc[%Zfd&c`]\&^f ?FD<@EFEN?8KĂ&#x2039;J?8GG<E@E> SOCIETY SNAPSHOTS: Avery Yale Kamila JF:@<KPJE8GJ?FKJ18m\ipPXc\BXd`cX gifm`[\jg_fkfjXe[[`jgXkZ_\j]ifd provides photos and dispatches from DX`e\Ă&#x2039;jjfZ`XcjZ\e\% Maine's social scene. LOVE THE NIGHTLIFE? CFM<K?<E@>?KC@=<6 GOT TO BOOGIE? >FKKF9FF>@<6 Listen to our picks for C`jk\ekfflig`Zbj]fi sexy 70s songs. j\opĂ&#x2039;.'jjfe^j%


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he 70s were a turbulent decade. IFTXFSFBUVSCVMFOUEFDBEF Vietnam, Kent State, Watergate, Black 7JFUOBN ,FOU4UBUF 8BUFSHBUF #MBDL Panthers, Patty Hearst, gas shortages, 1BOUIFST 1BUUZ)FBSTU HBTTIPSUBHFT  the Iranian hostage crisis, the Three Mile UIF*SBOJBOIPTUBHFDSJTJT UIF5ISFF.JMF Island disaster, Pol Pot, Idi Amin, infla*TMBOEEJTBTUFS 1PM1PU *EJ"NJO JOnB tion, energy crisis, malaise. UJPO FOFSHZDSJTJT NBMBJTF But that's not what we're commemorat#VUUIBUTOPUXIBUXFSFDPNNFNPSBU ing this week. JOHUIJTXFFL What you now hold in your hands (or 8IBUZPVOPXIPMEJOZPVSIBOET PS are reading online for free, in which case BSFSFBEJOHPOMJOFGPSGSFF JOXIJDIDBTF I highly recommend that you to pick up *IJHIMZSFDPNNFOEUIBUZPVUPQJDLVQ a print version so you can appreciate the BQSJOUWFSTJPOTPZPVDBOBQQSFDJBUFUIF magnificent designs by Sally Tyrrell ErNBHOJmDFOUEFTJHOTCZ4BMMZ5ZSSFMM&S icson and John Willhoite - really, I'm not JDTPOBOE+PIO8JMMIPJUFoSFBMMZ *NOPU kidding) is an homage to '70s cheese. LJEEJOH JTBOIPNBHFUPTDIFFTF I'm talking disco music, shag carpet*NUBMLJOHEJTDPNVTJD TIBHDBSQFU ing and platform shoes with live goldfish JOHBOEQMBUGPSNTIPFTXJUIMJWFHPMEmTI in the heels. Lava lamps and black-light JOUIFIFFMT-BWBMBNQTBOECMBDLMJHIU posters. Playing with an Evel Knievel QPTUFST1MBZJOHXJUIBO&WFM,OJFWFM stunt cycle in the backyard while munchTUVOUDZDMFJOUIFCBDLZBSEXIJMFNVODI ing on a Chunky candy bar, sipping on a JOHPOB$IVOLZDBOEZCBS TJQQJOHPOB bottle of Orange Crush and listening to CPUUMFPG0SBOHF$SVTIBOEMJTUFOJOHUP Casey Kasem's top 40 countdown on a $BTFZ,BTFNTUPQDPVOUEPXOPOB transistor radio while your older sister USBOTJTUPSSBEJPXIJMFZPVSPMEFSTJTUFS sunbathed with baby oil and yelled at you TVOCBUIFEXJUICBCZPJMBOEZFMMFEBUZPV to stop throwing lawn darts at the bratty UPTUPQUISPXJOHMBXOEBSUTBUUIFCSBUUZ kid who lived next door. LJEXIPMJWFEOFYUEPPS You can thank (or blame) Peter Framp:PVDBOUIBOL PSCMBNF 1FUFS'SBNQ ton for this if you want, because it was UPOGPSUIJTJGZPVXBOU CFDBVTFJUXBT his celebration of the 35th anniversary of IJTDFMFCSBUJPOPGUIFUIBOOJWFSTBSZPG "Frampton Comes Alive!" that sparked i'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFwUIBUTQBSLFE the idea for a 70s-themed GO. He'll play UIFJEFBGPSBTUIFNFE(0)FMMQMBZ the album in its entirety to a sold-out UIFBMCVNJOJUTFOUJSFUZUPBTPMEPVU crowd at the State Theatre on Tuesday, DSPXEBUUIF4UBUF5IFBUSFPO5VFTEBZ  and you can read all about it on Page E5. BOEZPVDBOSFBEBMMBCPVUJUPO1BHF& But truth be told, we were just looking #VUUSVUICFUPME XFXFSFKVTUMPPLJOH for an excuse to pay tribute to the decade GPSBOFYDVTFUPQBZUSJCVUFUPUIFEFDBEF of our youth. All of us on the GO staff grew PGPVSZPVUI"MMPGVTPOUIF(0TUBGGHSFX up in the 70s or went to college in the VQJOUIFTPSXFOUUPDPMMFHFJOUIF 70s. (And we remember at least some of T "OEXFSFNFNCFSBUMFBTUTPNFPG it. There was a reason Cheech and Chong JU5IFSFXBTBSFBTPO$IFFDIBOE$IPOH were so popular, you know.) XFSFTPQPQVMBS ZPVLOPX

Faster than you could say "far out," 'BTUFSUIBOZPVDPVMETBZiGBSPVU w we hunted down old photos, cued up XFIVOUFEEPXOPMEQIPUPT DVFEVQ some tunes and set about embracing the TPNFUVOFTBOETFUBCPVUFNCSBDJOHUIF decade with a big, sloppy, Bubblicious-flaEFDBEFXJUIBCJH TMPQQZ #VCCMJDJPVTnB vored kiss. WPSFELJTT So sit back, relax, and join us on a jour4PTJUCBDL SFMBY BOEKPJOVTPOBKPVS ney of the music, the movies, the catchOFZPGUIFNVTJD UIFNPWJFT UIFDBUDI phrases, the fashion and the trends - good QISBTFT UIFGBTIJPOBOEUIFUSFOEToHPPE and bad - that made us forget things like BOECBEoUIBUNBEFVTGPSHFUUIJOHTMJLF long lines at the gas station and the missMPOHMJOFTBUUIFHBTTUBUJPOBOEUIFNJTT ing Nixon tapes. JOH/JYPOUBQFT And have a nice day. "OEIBWFBOJDFEBZ Deputy Managing Editor Rod Harmon may be 2S^cbg;O\OUW\U3RWb]`@]R6O`[]\[OgPS contacted at 791-6450 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%'$"#]`Ob( rharmon(3)pressherald. com `VO`[]\.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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To mark the 35th anniversary of "Frampton B][O`YbVS!#bVO\\WdS`aO`g]Tµ4`O[^b]\ Comes Alive!', Peter Frampton will play the album 1][Sa/ZWdS¸>SbS`4`O[^b]\eWZZ^ZOgbVSOZPc[ in its entirety at a sold-out show at the State. W\WbaS\bW`SbgObOa]ZR]cbaV]eObbVSAbObS


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KXcb`e^k_\ Talking the kXcbYfo talk box The bassist on Frampton's BVSPOaaWab]\4`O[^b]\¸a huge hit album reflects VcUSVWbOZPc[`SĂ&#x20AC;SQba on it then and now. ]\WbbVS\O\R\]e ByRAYROUTHIER #Z3":3065)*&3 StaffWriter 4UBGG8SJUFS

More than 35 years after he .PSFUIBOZFBSTBGUFSIF played bass on one of the bestQMBZFECBTTPOPOFPGUIFCFTU selling live albums of all time TFMMJOHMJWFBMCVNTPGBMMUJNF - "Frampton Comes Alive!" oi'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFw - Stan Sheldon still doesn't o4UBO4IFMEPOTUJMMEPFTOU completely understand how DPNQMFUFMZVOEFSTUBOEIPX the famed "talk box" works. UIFGBNFEiUBMLCPYwXPSLT The "talk box" was the device 5IFiUBMLCPYwXBTUIFEFWJDF that allowed Frampton's voice UIBUBMMPXFE'SBNQUPOTWPJDF to sound like a guitar and his UPTPVOEMJLFBHVJUBSBOEIJT guitar to sound like a voice, HVJUBSUPTPVOEMJLFBWPJDF  most notably when he asked NPTUOPUBCMZXIFOIFBTLFE the audience in a robotic UIFBVEJFODFJOBSPCPUJD monotone, "Do you feel like we NPOPUPOF i%PZPVGFFMMJLFXF do?"w EP "Everybody wants to know i&WFSZCPEZXBOUTUPLOPX about the talk box, everybody BCPVUUIFUBMLCPY FWFSZCPEZ asks me how it works, but I'm BTLTNFIPXJUXPSLT CVU*N not sure I know," said Sheldon, OPUTVSF*LOPX wTBJE4IFMEPO  61, during a recent phone in EVSJOHBSFDFOUQIPOFJO terview. "I know he had a tube UFSWJFXi*LOPXIFIBEBUVCF from his mouth, and there was GSPNIJTNPVUI BOEUIFSFXBT sort of a blending of the guitar TPSUPGBCMFOEJOHPGUIFHVJUBS sound with his voice, and that TPVOEXJUIIJTWPJDF BOEUIBU Peter could manipulate the 1FUFSDPVMENBOJQVMBUFUIF sound. I know Stevie Wonder TPVOE*LOPX4UFWJF8POEFS used it first, and that's where VTFEJUmSTU BOEUIBUTXIFSF Peter heard it." 1FUFSIFBSEJUw But the talk box was only part #VUUIFUBMLCPYXBTPOMZQBSU of the reason why "FrampPGUIFSFBTPOXIZi'SBNQ ton Comes Alive!" became a UPO$PNFT"MJWFwCFDBNFB ground-breaking hit in 1976 HSPVOECSFBLJOHIJUJO and established the live album BOEFTUBCMJTIFEUIFMJWFBMCVN as an important commercial BTBOJNQPSUBOUDPNNFSDJBM and musical force. It's still BOENVTJDBMGPSDF*UTTUJMM used as a benchmark for live VTFEBTBCFODINBSLGPSMJWF albums today, and lives on by BMCVNTUPEBZ BOEMJWFTPOCZ virtue of continued airplay on WJSUVFPGDPOUJOVFEBJSQMBZPO classic rock stations. DMBTTJDSPDLTUBUJPOT "Frampton Comes Alive!" i'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFw was, and is, so big that FrampXBT BOEJT TPCJHUIBU'SBNQ Please see SHELDON, PageE26 Gc\Xj\j\\A63:2=<GX^\<)-

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ALT-POP ROCKERS Jack's Mannequin /:B>=>@=193@A8OQY¸a;O\\S_cW\ will play tonight at the State Theatre, eWZZ^ZOgb]\WUVbObbVSAbObSBVSOb`S heading up a triple bill that also VSORW\Uc^Ob`W^ZSPWZZbVObOZa] includes Jukebox the Ghost and Allen Stone. W\QZcRSa8cYSP]fbVS5V]abO\R/ZZS\Ab]\S WHEN: 7 p.m. today E63<(%^[b]ROg WHERE: State Theatre, 609 Congress St., E63@3(AbObSBVSOb`S$'1]\U`SaaAb Portland >]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: $23 6=E;C16( ! INFO: (800) 745-3000; 7<4=(&%"#!)abObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][

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BY(BSDJB$POPWFSJTB1PSUMBOE ax Garcia Conover is a Portlandbased singer-songwriter with a CBTFETJOHFSTPOHXSJUFSXJUIB brand-new EJ^ i#JSDIFT-Pw"MMQSP "Birches Lo." All proCSBOEOFX&1 ceeds from sales go to Chewonki, a Maine DFFETGSPNTBMFTHPUP$IFXPOLJ B.BJOF nonprofit that offers programs to foster OPOQSPmUUIBUPGGFSTQSPHSBNTUPGPTUFS an appreciation for the natural world and BOBQQSFDJBUJPOGPSUIFOBUVSBMXPSMEBOE working in community with others. The XPSLJOHJODPNNVOJUZXJUIPUIFST5IF CD-release show is next week, and GO $%SFMFBTFTIPXJTOFYUXFFL BOE(0 got the low-down on "Birches Lo" and the HPUUIFMPXEPXOPOi#JSDIFT-PwBOEUIF musical life of its creator. NVTJDBMMJGFPGJUTDSFBUPS

You live in Portland, but where are :PVMJWFJO1PSUMBOE CVUXIFSFBSF you originally from? ZPVPSJHJOBMMZGSPN I grew up in a small *HSFXVQJOBTNBMM town on the western UPXOPOUIFXFTUFSO tip of New York. Lots UJQPG/FX:PSL-PUT of my songs are set PGNZTPOHTBSFTFU in those childJOUIPTFDIJME hood landscapes. IPPEMBOETDBQFT I came up to *DBNFVQUP Maine for college, .BJOFGPSDPMMFHF  left for a bit, and MFGUGPSBCJU BOE came back to DBNFCBDLUP Portland a year or 1PSUMBOEBZFBSPS so ago. I've been TPBHP*WFCFFO blown away by the CMPXOBXBZCZUIF community here, music and otherwise, DPNNVOJUZIFSF NVTJDBOEPUIFSXJTF  and I'll be staying for a while. BOE*MMCFTUBZJOHGPSBXIJMF

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Statetheatreportland >]`bZO\R ! #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R Bus, 8 p.m., Port City Music Hall, Portland. 0ca&^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R .com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg $10 to $20.; (888) b] >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&& Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS 512-SHOW # A6=E On sale 10 a.m. Friday - Godsmack and =\aOZSO[4`WROg³5]Ra[OQYO\R March 15 - Bob Marley, 8 p.m., Stone ;O`QV#³0]P;O`ZSg&^[Ab]\S Staind, 5 p.m. May 18, Bangor Waterfront AbOW\R#^[;Og&0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $27.50. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR %# Pavilion. $47.50.; >OdWZW]\"%#EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][); 935-7292 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% ' (800) 745-3000 &%"#! 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Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $65.; (888) 512-SHOW ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR$# >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# A6=E; 935-7292 Feb. 26 - John Mayall, 8 p.m., Jonathan's, Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% ' 4SP $³8]V\;OgOZZ&^[8]\ObVO\¸a Feb. 9-12³µ2Wa\Sg]\7QS(B`SOac`S - "Disney on Ice: Treasure Ogunquit. $45.; 4SP' =Uc\_cWb"#8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][) Trove," Cumberland County Civic Center, 646-4526 B`]dS¶1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS` $"$"# $ Portland. $15 to $60.; Feb. 26 - Suzanne Vega, 8 p.m., Stone >]`bZO\R#b]$BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) 4SP $³AchO\\SDSUO&^[Ab]\S February 10 & 11 ~ Outside Ice Bar & Martini Luge ~ Starting at Hpm %"14!18  9432)$%#%!1!13).)4'%93!13).'!; (800) 745-3000 Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $55. BVSQWdWQQS\bS`Q][)&%"#! ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR## Featuring Cold River Vodka and Gin, ice wine, draft beer & hot toddies. %!341).'/,$)5%1/$+!!.$).)#%6).%$1!&3"%%1(/33/$$)%2 Feb. 10 - Le Vent du Nord, 8 p.m., One; 935-7292 4SP³:SDS\bRc<]`R&^[=\S Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% ' Longfellow Square, Portland. $25/$28. Feb. 28 - Chevelle, Middle Class Rut and :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R # & Pulled pork and sausage specials. Sealing inside and out. 4SP &³1VSdSZZS;WRRZS1ZOaa@cbO\R 4,,%$0/1+!.$2!42!'%20%#)!,2 %!3).').2)$%!.$/43; 761-1757 Janus, 7:30 p.m., State Theatre, Portland. =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% 8O\ca%(!^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R Feb. 10 - James Montgomery and Barrence $25/$30. 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POQYabOUS]\bVSb]c`PcaÂľ`]ZZW\UR]e\ '#]cb]T 0O\RÂś Portland, Maine") and in hotel rooms. It represents not Sporting fresh wounds f r o m The Beatles' breakup, a >]`bZO\R;OW\SÂśO\RW\V]bSZ`]][a7b`S^`SaS\ba\]b A^]`bW\UT`SaVe]c\RaT`][BVS0SObZSa¸P`SOYc^O only a decade, but a personal awakening. high-profile drug bust and the public vilification of his ]\ZgORSQORSPcbO^S`a]\OZOeOYS\W\U VWUV^`]ÂżZSR`cUPcabO\RbVS^cPZWQdWZWÂżQObW]\]TVWa second wife, Lennon used his first true solo album to â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Bob Keyes, Staff Writer aSQ]\ReWTS:S\\]\caSRVWaÂż`abb`cSa]Z]OZPc[b] ´0]P9SgSaAbOTTE`WbS`

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VARIOUS ARTISTS, "FREE TO BE... M8I@FLJ8IK@JKJ#Ă&#x2C6;=I<<KF9<Âż YOU AND ME" (1972):1 PFL8E;D<Ă&#x2030;(0.)

Growing up on a back-to-the-land 5`]eW\Uc^]\OPOQYb]bVSZO\R homestead in Maine in the 1970s, I V][SabSORW\;OW\SW\bVS'%a7 quickly learned that gender equality was _cWQYZgZSO`\SRbVObUS\RS`S_cOZWbgeOa was the first, but by eOabVSÂż`abPcbPg just as important as organic vegetables XcabOaW[^]`bO\bOa]`UO\WQdSUSbOPZSa no means the last \][SO\abVSZOab and raw goat's milk. O\R`OeU]Ob¸a[WZY time I ever heard the bW[S7SdS`VSO`RbVS Sure, my mother, a card-carrying memAc`S[g[]bVS`OQO`RQO``gW\U[S[ Bee Gees ah-ah-ah-ah 0SS5SSaOVOVOVOV ber of NOW, had a lot to do with this, but PS`]T<=EVOROZ]bb]R]eWbVbVWaPcb "Stayin' Alive," Tavares ÂľAbOgW\¸/ZWdSÂśBOdO`Sa where I most vividly remember learning eVS`S7[]abdWdWRZg`S[S[PS`ZSO`\W\U singing "More Than a aW\UW\UÂľ;]`SBVO\O the value of tolerance and individuality bVSdOZcS]Tb]ZS`O\QSO\RW\RWdWRcOZWbg Woman" and Yvonne E][O\ÂśO\RGd]\\S was from repeatedly listening to my one eOaT`][`S^SObSRZgZWabS\W\Ub][g]\S Elliman showing the 3ZZW[O\aV]eW\UbVS and only record: "Free to Be... You and O\R]\Zg`SQ]`R(Âľ4`SSb]0SÂŹG]cO\R boys how to belt one P]gaV]eb]PSZb]\S Me." ;SÂś out with "If I Can't Have ]cbeWbVÂľ7T71O\¸b6OdS Here, I found catchy tunes that broke 6S`S7T]c\RQObQVgbc\SabVObP`]YS You." G]cÂś down gender stereotypes and encourR]e\US\RS`abS`S]bg^SaO\RS\Q]c` The songs were BVSa]\UaeS`S aged all kids to go after their dreams. OUSROZZYWRab]U]OTbS`bVSW`R`SO[a everywhere, the movie SdS`geVS`SbVS[]dWS "Free to Be" described a world where Âľ4`SSb]0SÂśRSaQ`WPSROe]`ZReVS`S was huge and, as is eOaVcUSO\ROaWa Sally Tyrrell in P]gaQ]cZRQ`gO\R]e\R]ZZaeVS`SUW`Za AOZZgBg``SZZW\ boys could cry and own dolls, where girls true of that kind of b`cS]TbVObYW\R]T about 1971. Not Q]cZRUWdSc^R`SaaSaO\RU`]ec^b]PS OP]cb'%<]b could give up dresses and grow up to be pop-culture phenom- SdS`g]\SQO\ ^]^QcZbc`S^VS\][ everyone can engineers. As the title track proclaims, S\UW\SS`a/abVSbWbZSb`OQY^`]QZOW[a enon, everything from QO``g]TTbVS S\]\SdS`gbVW\UT`][ it's "a land where the children are free." Wb¸aÂľOZO\ReVS`SbVSQVWZR`S\O`ST`SSÂś carry off the fashion to music and TOaVW]\b][caWQO\R sailor look. â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Avery Yale Kami/a, Staff Writer aOWZ]`Z]]Y ´/dS`gGOZS9O[WZOAbOTTE`WbS` dance styles reflected RO\QSabgZSa`SĂ&#x20AC;SQbSR the trend. Disco had been around for a bVSb`S\R2WaQ]VORPSS\O`]c\RT]`O while, but with "Saturday Night Fever," eVWZSPcbeWbVÂľAObc`ROg<WUVb4SdS`Âś it suddenly seemed like everyone, even WbacRRS\ZgaSS[SRZWYSSdS`g]\SSdS\ in my sleepy little corner of upstate New W\[gaZSS^gZWbbZSQ]`\S`]Tc^abObS<Se York, had signed on for the ride. G]`YVORaWU\SR]\T]`bVS`WRS Thankfully, I was a little too young to BVO\YTcZZg7eOaOZWbbZSb]]g]c\Ub] actually be going out in platform shoes OQbcOZZgPSU]W\U]cbW\^ZObT]`[aV]Sa and a nice polyester vest, blouse and O\RO\WQS^]ZgSabS`dSabPZ]caSO\R flared trousers and publicly attempting Ă&#x20AC;O`SRb`]caS`aO\R^cPZWQZgObbS[^bW\U disco moves. Not so my older sister, who RWaQ][]dSa<]ba][g]ZRS`aWabS`eV] was in high school when "SNF" hit. eOaW\VWUVaQV]]ZeVS\ÂľA<4ÂśVWb And that brings me to one great thing /\RbVObP`W\Ua[Sb]]\SU`SObbVW\U about this LP: It's a gift that keeps on OP]cbbVWa:>(7b¸aOUWTbbVObYSS^a]\ Avery Yale /dS`gGOZS giving. To this day, I can mock my sister UWdW\UB]bVWaROg7QO\[]QY[gaWabS` Kamila was 2 9O[WZOeOa with a fake falsetto, a few hip thrusts eWbVOTOYSTOZaSbb]OTSeVW^bV`caba when this photo eVS\bVWa^V]b] and some skyward finger points, and it O\Ra][SaYgeO`RÂż\US`^]W\baO\RWb was shot in 1975 eOaaV]bW\'%# annoys her almost as much as my mere O\\]gaVS`OZ[]abOa[cQVOa[g[S`S at Sunshine Farm ObAc\aVW\S4O`[ existence did back in the day. SfWabS\QSRWRPOQYW\bVSROg in Litchfield. W\:WbQVÂżSZR â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Sally Tyrrell, Designer ´AOZZgBg``SZZ2SaWU\S`

BILLY JOEL, "THE STRANGER" (1977):1 9@CCPAF<C#Ă&#x2C6;K?<JKI8E><IĂ&#x2030;(0..

In my senior year of high school, just as 7\[gaS\W]`gSO`]TVWUVaQV]]ZXcabOa I was about to sprout wings and fly away 7eOaOP]cbb]a^`]cbeW\UaO\RĂ&#x20AC;gOeOg from the repressed Southern culture I T`][bVS`S^`SaaSRA]cbVS`\QcZbc`S7 had grown up in, I fell in love with the VORU`]e\c^W\7TSZZW\Z]dSeWbVbVS angry-young-man persona that came out O\U`gg]c\U\^S`a]\ObVObQO[S]cb of Billy Joel in "The Stranger." I wanted ]T0WZZg8]SZW\ÂľBVSAb`O\US`Âś7eO\bSR to be Brenda riding around with Eddie, b]PS0`S\RO`WRW\UO`]c\ReWbV3RRWS with the car top down and the radio on. eWbVbVSQO`b]^R]e\O\RbVS`ORW]]\ I was more like Virginia, the Catholic 7eOa[]`SZWYSDW`UW\WObVS1ObV]ZWQ schoolgirl whose parents had built her a aQV]]ZUW`ZeV]aS^O`S\baVORPcWZbVS`O temple and locked her away. Just about bS[^ZSO\RZ]QYSRVS`OeOg8cabOP]cb everything I wanted to do was a sin. SdS`gbVW\U7eO\bSRb]R]eOaOaW\ Struggling to find my own identity, I Ab`cUUZW\Ub]Âż\R[g]e\WRS\bWbg7 moved from a private girls' school in []dSRT`][O^`WdObSUW`Za¸aQV]]ZW\ Memphis, where I spent most of my ;S[^VWaeVS`S7a^S\b[]ab]T[g free time studying ("working too hard T`SSbW[SabcRgW\UÂľe]`YW\Ub]]VO`R can give you a heart attack, ack, ack, QO\UWdSg]cOVSO`bObbOQYOQYOQY ack, ack, ack..."), to college in Colorado, OQYOQYOQYÂŹÂśb]Q]ZZSUSW\1]Z]`OR] where I could backpack every weekend eVS`S7Q]cZRPOQY^OQYSdS`geSSYS\R and learn to laugh with the sinners, not O\RZSO`\b]ZOcUVeWbVbVSaW\\S`a\]b cry with the saints. In 1978, Joel followed Q`geWbVbVSaOW\ba7\'%&8]SZT]ZZ]eSR up "The Stranger" with "52nd Street," c^ÂľBVSAb`O\US`ÂśeWbVÂľ# \RAb`SSbÂś and the song "My Life" became my anO\RbVSa]\UÂľ;g:WTSÂśPSQO[S[gO\ them. To this day, whenever anyone ticks bVS[B]bVWaROgeVS\SdS`O\g]\SbWQYa me off or tries to tell me what to think, [S]TT]`b`WSab]bSZZ[SeVObb]bVW\Y the lyrics to "My Life" go through my bVSZg`WQab]Âľ;g:WTSÂśU]bV`]cUV[g head: "I don't care what you say anyVSOR(Âľ7R]\¸bQO`SeVObg]caOgO\g more, this is my life/ Go ahead with your []`SbVWaWa[gZWTS5]OVSOReWbVg]c` own life, LEAVE ME ALONE." ]e\ZWTS:3/D3;3/:=<3Âś - Meredith Goad, Staff Writer ´;S`SRWbV5]ORAbOTTE`WbS`

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The first time I heard the Bay City RollBVSÂż`abbW[S7VSO`RbVS0Og1Wbg@]ZZ ers's self-titled album was at my older S`a¸aaSZTbWbZSROZPc[eOaOb[g]ZRS` cousin's house when I was about 8 years Q]caW\¸aV]caSeVS\7eOaOP]cb&gSO`a old. My then-teenage cousin showed off ]ZR;gbVS\bSS\OUSQ]caW\aV]eSR]TT the cover and commented on the "cute" bVSQ]dS`O\RQ][[S\bSR]\bVSÂľQcbSÂś guys while she sang the chorus to "SatUcgaeVWZSaVSaO\UbVSQV]`cab]ÂľAOb urday Night." c`ROg<WUVbÂś Being a few years younger and in dire 0SW\UOTSegSO`ag]c\US`O\RW\RW`S need of some coolness (or so I thought), \SSR]Ta][SQ]]Z\Saa]`a]7bV]cUVb I decided to emulate her enthusiasm 7RSQWRSRb]S[cZObSVS`S\bVcaWOa[ for the band, and quickly learned the T]`bVSPO\RO\R_cWQYZgZSO`\SRbVS words to the hit song. When I eventually e]`Rab]bVSVWba]\UEVS\7SdS\bcOZZg reached my teen years, I found my own `SOQVSR[gbSS\gSO`a7T]c\R[g]e\ taste ran toward a bit more "new wave," bOabS`O\b]eO`ROPWb[]`SÂľ\SeeOdSÂś and U2eOa^O`b]T[gZWP`O`g]TQ][^W was part of my library of compiO\RC lation cassette tapes. ZObW]\QOaaSbbSbO^Sa Here's an interesting and little-known 6S`S¸aO\W\bS`SabW\UO\RZWbbZSY\]e\ fact: At U2's very first show in 1977, the TOQb(/bC ¸adS`gÂż`abaV]eW\'%%bVS band played Bay City Roller songs, and PO\R^ZOgSR0Og1Wbg@]ZZS`a]\UaO\R Meredith Goad, with long, straight hair Bono dressed like the Rollers' lead singer. ;S`SRWbV5]OReWbVZ]\Uab`OWUVbVOW` 0]\]R`SaaSRZWYSbVS@]ZZS`a¸ZSORaW\US` and a smiley-face T-shirt in this photo â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Wendy Almeida, O\ROa[WZSgTOQSBaVW`bW\bVWa^V]b] ´ES\Rg/Z[SWRO taken during - yes! - the 1970s. Assistant News Editor bOYS\Rc`W\UÂłgSaÂłbVS'%a /aaWabO\b<Sea3RWb]`

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JIVE TALKIN': '70s SLANG A@M<K8CB@EĂ&#x2039;1Ă&#x2039;.'jJC8E> Source: "Welcome Back, Hotter" (TV series, 1975-79) A]c`QS(ÂľESZQ][S0OQY9]bbS`ÂśBDaS`WSa'%#%' Before he was a disco-dancin' stud, Samuel L Jackson's hitman 0ST]`SVSeOaORWaQ]RO\QW\¸abcRAO[cSZ:8OQYa]\¸aVWb[O\ cohort or a jet pilot annoying his neighbors on Islesboro, John Q]V]`b]`OXSb^WZ]bO\\]gW\UVWa\SWUVP]`a]\7aZSaP]`]8]V\ Travolta was Vinnie Barbarino, a long-haired, dim-witted kid B`Od]ZbOeOaDW\\WS0O`PO`W\]OZ]\UVOW`SRRW[eWbbSRYWR attending James Buchanan High School in Brooklyn. Like a true ObbS\RW\U8O[Sa0cQVO\O\6WUVAQV]]ZW\0`]]YZg\:WYSOb`cS role model, Vinnie's teacher, Mr. Kotter, encouraged Vinnie and his `]ZS[]RSZDW\\WS¸abSOQVS`;`9]bbS`S\Q]c`OUSRDW\\WSO\RVWa pals to keep his old street gang alive - along with the lingo that ^OZab]YSS^VWa]ZRab`SSbUO\UOZWdSÂłOZ]\UeWbVbVSZW\U]bVOb was almost as dumb as the gang's name itself, the Sweathogs. eOaOZ[]abOaRc[POabVSUO\U¸a\O[SWbaSZTbVSAeSObV]Ua

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TOTAL D8P MAYHWtt KFK8C ?<D The '70s on the big screen were dominated BVS¸%a]\bVSPWUaQ`SS\eS`SR][W\ObSR by disasters, gratuitous sex and violence and PgRWaOabS`aU`ObcWb]caaSfO\RdW]ZS\QSO\R extremely scary extraterrestrials. Oh, and disco. Sfb`S[SZgaQO`gSfb`ObS``Sab`WOZa=VO\RRWaQ] #Z%&//*41&3,*/4 By DENNIS PERKINS


or a largely-dePSBMBSHFMZEF rided decade, SJEFEEFDBEF  the 1970s were UIFTXFSF actually a golden BDUVBMMZBHPMEFO age for movBHFGPSNPW ies, maybe the JFT NBZCFUIF best 10-year stretch in film CFTUZFBSTUSFUDIJOmMN history. For that brief period, IJTUPSZ'PSUIBUCSJFGQFSJPE  studios were giving free rein TUVEJPTXFSFHJWJOHGSFFSFJO to young directors such as UPZPVOHEJSFDUPSTTVDIBT Martin Scorcese, Francis Ford .BSUJO4DPSDFTF 'SBODJT'PSE Coppola, Robert Altman, Bob $PQQPMB 3PCFSU"MUNBO #PC Rafelson, Hal Ashby Monte 3BGFMTPO )BM"TICZ .POUF Hellman and the pre-bloat )FMMNBOBOEUIFQSFCMPBU

George Lucas and Steven (FPSHF-VDBTBOE4UFWFO Spielberg, all of whom turned 4QJFMCFSH BMMPGXIPNUVSOFE out some of the best films ever PVUTPNFPGUIFCFTUmMNTFWFS made in a short space of time. NBEFJOBTIPSUTQBDFPGUJNF #VUUIBUTOPUXIZXFSFIFSF But that's not why we're here. 5IFTXFSFBMTPBUJNF The '70s were also a time XIFOFYQMPJUBUJPODJOFNB when exploitation cinema saw that no one was guarding TBXUIBUOPPOFXBTHVBSEJOH the onscreen content chicken UIFPOTDSFFODPOUFOUDIJDLFO coop, so to speak, and started DPPQ TPUPTQFBL BOETUBSUFE turning out some seriously UVSOJOHPVUTPNFTFSJPVTMZ gratuitous sex, violence and HSBUVJUPVTTFY WJPMFODFBOE all-around weirdness - some BMMBSPVOEXFJSEOFTToTPNF exhilaratingly bananas, some FYIJMBSBUJOHMZCBOBOBT TPNF not so much: OPUTPNVDI


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Documentary looks at Fenway ;fZld\ekXipcffbjXk=\enXp lj`e^jkfi`\j#\dfk`fejf]]Xej using stories, emotions of fans DM y wife and I have this plan for when ZXJGFBOE*IBWFUIJTQMBOGPSXIFO I die. *EJF After I'm cremated, she will "GUFS*NDSFNBUFE TIFXJMM smuggle some ashes into a Red Sox TNVHHMFTPNFBTIFTJOUPB3FE4PY game and sprinkle them onto the field at HBNFBOETQSJOLMFUIFNPOUPUIFmFMEBU Fenway. Sure, she'll probably be Tasered 'FOXBZ4VSF TIFMMQSPCBCMZCF5BTFSFE for throwing a mysterious white powder GPSUISPXJOHBNZTUFSJPVTXIJUFQPXEFS at a sporting event, BUBTQPSUJOHFWFOU  but I'm sure she, as CVU*NTVSFTIF BT the forbearing wife UIFGPSCFBSJOHXJGF of a Sox fan, will PGB4PYGBO XJMM understand. That's VOEFSTUBOE5IBUT what Fenway does to XIBU'FOXBZEPFTUP certain people. DFSUBJOQFPQMF Just ask Sanford +VTUBTL4BOGPSE native Jacob OuelOBUJWF+BDPC0VFM lette, one of a quartet MFUUF POFPGBRVBSUFU of Emerson College PG&NFSTPO$PMMFHF sophomores planning TPQIPNPSFTQMBOOJOH a documentary about BEPDVNFOUBSZBCPVU the venerable Boston landmark, which UIFWFOFSBCMF#PTUPOMBOENBSL XIJDI will celebrate its 100th birthday in April. XJMMDFMFCSBUFJUTUICJSUIEBZJO"QSJM "With Fenway, every time I walk in there i8JUI'FOXBZ FWFSZUJNF*XBMLJOUIFSF is like the first time," Ouellette said. "It's JTMJLFUIFmSTUUJNF w0VFMMFUUFTBJEi*UT like it's new all over again. I'm a diehard MJLFJUTOFXBMMPWFSBHBJO*NBEJFIBSE Red Sox fan, so being in a position where I 3FE4PYGBO TPCFJOHJOBQPTJUJPOXIFSF* can do something like this, it's combining DBOEPTPNFUIJOHMJLFUIJT JUTDPNCJOJOH a passion for both." BQBTTJPOGPSCPUIw Ouellette and his three partners in Red 0VFMMFUUFBOEIJTUISFFQBSUOFSTJO3FE Seat Productions (Biddeford's Kelsey 4FBU1SPEVDUJPOT #JEEFGPSET,FMTFZ Doherty and Massachusetts natives Luke %PIFSUZBOE.BTTBDIVTFUUTOBUJWFT-VLF Fraser and Kyle Brasseur) share that 'SBTFSBOE,ZMF#SBTTFVS TIBSFUIBU passion for the Red Sox and Fenway Park QBTTJPOGPSUIF3FE4PYBOE'FOXBZ1BSL and a personal history with the venerable BOEBQFSTPOBMIJTUPSZXJUIUIFWFOFSBCMF stadium. Together, they write the Sox blog TUBEJVN5PHFUIFS UIFZXSJUFUIF4PYCMPH "Red Seat Nation" ( i3FE4FBU/BUJPOw SFETFBUOBUJPOCMPH TQPUDPN  "The first time I met Kelsey was when i5IFmSTUUJNF*NFU,FMTFZXBTXIFO I saw online that we were both coming *TBXPOMJOFUIBUXFXFSFCPUIDPNJOH from Maine to go to Emerson - and that GSPN.BJOFUPHPUP&NFSTPOoBOEUIBU we were going to be at the same Red Sox XFXFSFHPJOHUPCFBUUIFTBNF3FE4PY game," said Ouellette. "And the first time HBNF wTBJE0VFMMFUUFi"OEUIFmSTUUJNF the four of us ever met in person was at UIFGPVSPGVTFWFSNFUJOQFSTPOXBTBU Fenway. That's the thing about Fenway, 'FOXBZ5IBUTUIFUIJOHBCPVU'FOXBZ  how it brings people together. Everyone IPXJUCSJOHTQFPQMFUPHFUIFS&WFSZPOF has a story." IBTBTUPSZw That shared fan experience is the basis 5IBUTIBSFEGBOFYQFSJFODFJTUIFCBTJT for Red Seat Productions' so-far unnamed GPS3FE4FBU1SPEVDUJPOTTPGBSVOOBNFE documentary on the park, which the four EPDVNFOUBSZPOUIFQBSL XIJDIUIFGPVS are preparing to coincide with Fenway's BSFQSFQBSJOHUPDPJODJEFXJUI'FOXBZT centennial this year and which Ouellette DFOUFOOJBMUIJTZFBSBOEXIJDI0VFMMFUUF hopes will set their film apart from other IPQFTXJMMTFUUIFJSmMNBQBSUGSPNPUIFS Red Sox docs. 3FE4PYEPDT "We're planning to avoid the standard i8FSFQMBOOJOHUPBWPJEUIFTUBOEBSE chronological approach of most documenDISPOPMPHJDBMBQQSPBDIPGNPTUEPDVNFO taries," he said. "Instead, we'll chronicle UBSJFT wIFTBJEi*OTUFBE XFMMDISPOJDMF events in a different way - through the FWFOUTJOBEJGGFSFOUXBZoUISPVHIUIF experience of Red Sox fans." FYQFSJFODFPG3FE4PYGBOTw Ouellette envisions the film as an oral 0VFMMFUUFFOWJTJPOTUIFmMNBTBOPSBM history built from the shared experiences IJTUPSZCVJMUGSPNUIFTIBSFEFYQFSJFODFT

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movies at THE MUSEUM MOVIESAT K?<DLJ<LD "LE HAVRE," directed by Aki Kaurismaki, 2011. In this warm-hearted portrait of Âľ:36/D@3ÂśRW`SQbSRPg/YW9Oc`Wa[OYW 7\bVWaeO`[VSO`bSR^]`b`OWb]T the French harbor city that gives the film its name, fate throws young African bVS4`S\QVVO`P]`QWbgbVObUWdSabVSÂżZ[Wba\O[STObSbV`]eag]c\U/T`WQO\ refugee Idrissa (Blondin Miguel) into the path of Marcel Marx (Andre Wilms), `STcUSS7R`WaaO0Z]\RW\;WUcSZW\b]bVS^ObV]T;O`QSZ;O`f/\R`SEWZ[a a well-spoken bohemian who works as a shoe shiner. With innate optimism OeSZZa^]YS\P]VS[WO\eV]e]`YaOaOaV]SaVW\S`EWbVW\\ObS]^bW[Wa[ and the unwavering support of his community, Marcel stands up to officials O\RbVSc\eOdS`W\Uac^^]`b]TVWaQ][[c\Wbg;O`QSZabO\Rac^b]]TÂżQWOZa doggedly pursuing the boy for deportation. A political fairy tale that exists R]UUSRZg^c`acW\UbVSP]gT]`RS^]`bObW]\/^]ZWbWQOZTOW`gbOZSbVObSfWaba somewhere between the reality of contemporary France and the classic cinema a][SeVS`SPSbeSS\bVS`SOZWbg]TQ]\bS[^]`O`g4`O\QSO\RbVSQZOaaWQQW\S[O of Jean-Pierre Melville and Marcel Carne, Le Havre is a charming, deadpan ]T8SO\>WS``S;SZdWZZSO\R;O`QSZ1O`\S:S6Od`SWaOQVO`[W\URSOR^O\ delight. In French with English subtitles. Not rated. Running time: 1:33 RSZWUVb7\4`S\QVeWbV3\UZWaVacPbWbZSa<]b`ObSR@c\\W\UbW[S((!! Showing at: Portland Museum of Art. 6:30 p.m. Friday and Feb. 10; 2^[ p.m. AV]eW\UOb(>]`bZO\R;caSc[]T/`b$(!^[4`WROgO\R4SP) Saturday and Feb. 11 and 12. AObc`ROgO\R4SPO\R


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"Follies." i'PMMJFTw "I have vivid memories of the 1970s," said Brian i*IBWFWJWJENFNPSJFTPGUIFT wTBJE#SJBO Allen, artistic director of Good Theater in Port"MMFO BSUJTUJDEJSFDUPSPG(PPE5IFBUFSJO1PSU land. "I was in high school from 74 to 78, and MBOEi*XBTJOIJHITDIPPMGSPNUP BOE then college. I made my first-ever trip to BroadUIFODPMMFHF*NBEFNZmSTUFWFSUSJQUP#SPBE way during the 70s, in 1977.1 saw 'A Chorus XBZEVSJOHUIFT JO*TBXA"$IPSVT Line' on Monday night and 'Annie' on Tuesday. I -JOFPO.POEBZOJHIUBOEA"OOJFPO5VFTEBZ* still remember exactly where I sat." TUJMMSFNFNCFSFYBDUMZXIFSF*TBUw It was a big deal for a Maine boy from Union to *UXBTBCJHEFBMGPSB.BJOFCPZGSPN6OJPOUP go to New York. Allen's father had a business in HPUP/FX:PSL"MMFOTGBUIFSIBEBCVTJOFTTJO Manhattan, and he took his son along as an early .BOIBUUBO BOEIFUPPLIJTTPOBMPOHBTBOFBSMZ graduation present. They stayed at the Hilton, HSBEVBUJPOQSFTFOU5IFZTUBZFEBUUIF)JMUPO  got all dressed up and went to the show. HPUBMMESFTTFEVQBOEXFOUUPUIFTIPX Allen was flabbergasted to see people at the "MMFOXBTnBCCFSHBTUFEUPTFFQFPQMFBUUIF theater in jeans. But he enjoyed the experience UIFBUFSJOKFBOT#VUIFFOKPZFEUIFFYQFSJFODF immensely. JNNFOTFMZ "I had been a 'Chorus Line' fanatic ever since it i*IBECFFOBA$IPSVT-JOFGBOBUJDFWFSTJODFJU came out. I was obsessed with the cast recordDBNFPVU*XBTPCTFTTFEXJUIUIFDBTUSFDPSE ing," he said. "I had even done a term paper on JOH wIFTBJEi*IBEFWFOEPOFBUFSNQBQFSPO it and read all the reviews. To actually see the JUBOESFBEBMMUIFSFWJFXT5PBDUVBMMZTFFUIF

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THE UNIVERSITY of Southern Maine unveils B63C<7D3@A7BG]TA]cbVS`\;OW\Sc\dSWZa Brunswick artist Mark Wethli's wall-hung 0`c\aeWQYO`bWab;O`YESbVZW¸aeOZZVc\U wooden sculpture, "Civitas," with a public e]]RS\aQcZ^bc`Sµ1WdWbOa¶eWbVO^cPZWQ reception Friday. Wethli, who teaches at `SQS^bW]\4`WROgESbVZWeV]bSOQVSaOb Bowdoin College, named the piece based on 0]eR]W\1]ZZSUS\O[SRbVS^WSQSPOaSR]\ the classical ideal of democratic citizenship. bVSQZOaaWQOZWRSOZ]TRS[]Q`ObWQQWbWhS\aVW^ WHEN: Reception, 3 to 5 p.m. Friday E63<(@SQS^bW]\!b]#^[4`WROg WHERE: Muskie School of Public Service, Wishcamper E63@3(;caYWSAQV]]Z]T>cPZWQAS`dWQSEWaVQO[^S` Center, USM, 34 Bedford St., Portland 1S\bS`CA;!"0SRT]`RAb>]`bZO\R HOW MUCH: Free 6=E;C16(4`SS INFO: 7<4=([caYWSca[[OW\SSRc



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PORTLAND STAGE rolls along with another >=@B:/<2AB/53`]ZZaOZ]\UeWbVO\]bVS` weekend of "Trouble Is My Business," a eSSYS\R]TÂľB`]cPZS7a;g0caW\SaaÂśO world-premiere detective drama based e]`ZR^`S[WS`SRSbSQbWdSR`O[OPOaSR on the writings of Raymond Chandler. James ]\bVSe`WbW\Ua]T@Og[]\R1VO\RZS`8O[Sa Glossman adapted the script and directs 5Z]aa[O\ORO^bSRbVSaQ`W^bO\RRW`SQba the play. bVS^ZOg WHEN: Various times today through Feb. 19 E63<(DO`W]cabW[Sab]ROgbV`]cUV4SP' WHERE: Portland Stage Company, 25A Forest E63@3(>]`bZO\RAbOUS1][^O\g #/4]`Sab Ave. /dS HOW MUCH: $17.50 to $39 6=E;C16(%#b]!' INFO: 774-0465; 7<4=(%%""$#)^]`bZO\RabOUS]`U

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CLASSICAL MUSIC N#,!33)#!,-53)# TODAY 4/$!9 Portland Conservatory of Music Noonday 0ORTLAND#ONSERVATORYOF-USIC.OONDAY Concert, with Les Sorciers Perdus, MarkTipton, #ONCERT WITH,ES3ORCIERS0ERDUS -ARK4IPTON Carl Dimon and Shannon Allen, First Parish #ARL$IMONAND3HANNON!LLEN &IRST0ARISH Unitarian Universalist Church, Portland. Free. 5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH 0ORTLAND&REE 775-3356. 12:15 p.m.  PM Lisa de la Salle, French classical pianist, Bates ,ISADELA3ALLE &RENCHCLASSICALPIANIST "ATES College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston. $10. #OLLEGE/LIN!RTS#ENTER ,EWISTON 7:30 p.m. BATESTICKETSCOMPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 "Favorite Works, A La Carte," trombone concert h&AVORITE7ORKS !,A#ARTE vTROMBONECONCERT with Brian Diehl, University of Southern Maine WITH"RIAN$IEHL 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE (Corthell Concert Hall), Gorham. $15; $10 #ORTHELL#ONCERT(ALL 'ORHAM seniors; $5 students, SENIORSSTUDENTSUSMMAINEEDUMUSIC boxoffice. 8 p.m. BOXOFlCEPM Chamber ME Music Series, concert of Haydn, #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES CONCERTOF(AYDN Dvorak and Taneyev; Freeport Community Center. $VORAKAND4ANEYEV&REEPORT#OMMUNITY#ENTER Free/donation. 11 a.m. &REEDONATIONTINYURLCOMCHAMBER-%AM Chamber ME Music Series, concert of Haydn, #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES CONCERTOF(AYDN Dvorak and Taneyev; State Street Church, $VORAKAND4ANEYEV3TATE3TREET#HURCH Portland. Free/donation. 0ORTLAND&REEDONATIONTINYURLCOMCHAMBER-% 5 p.m. PM Children's Music Kotzschmar Jr. Organ Concert, #HILDRENS-USIC+OTZSCHMAR*R/RGAN#ONCERT organists John Sullivan and Seamus Gethienker ORGANISTS*OHN3ULLIVANAND3EAMUS'ETHIENKER play music and demonstrate how an organ PLAYMUSICANDDEMONSTRATEHOWANORGAN works for children, Dyer Library, Saco. Free. WORKSFORCHILDREN $YER,IBRARY 3ACO&REE 6:30 p.m. Friday; 10:30 a.m. SACOMUSEUMORGPM&RIDAYAM Saturday; 1:30 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Piano Series:Tamara Poddubnaya, Russian pianist 0IANO3ERIES4AMARA0ODDUBNAYA 2USSIANPIANIST with Raisa Kagramanova, Franco-American WITH2AISA+AGRAMANOVA &RANCO !MERICAN Heritage Center, Lewiston. $16 in advance; (ERITAGE#ENTER ,EWISTONINADVANCE $18 day of show; $14 students and seniors. DAYOFSHOWSTUDENTSANDSENIORS 7:30 p.m. FRANCOCENTERORGPM Chamber ME Music Series, concert of Haydn, #HAMBER-%-USIC3ERIES CONCERTOF(AYDN Dvorak and Taneyev; River Tree Arts, Kennebunk. $VORAKAND4ANEYEV2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNK Free/donation. 11 a.m. &REEDONATIONTINYURLCOMCHAMBER-%AM Pianist George Lopez and Violinist Eva Gruesser, 0IANIST'EORGE,OPEZAND6IOLINIST%VA'RUESSER three violin sonatas of Johannes Brahms, Bowdoin THREEVIOLINSONATASOF*OHANNES"RAHMS "OWDOIN College (Studzinski Recital Hall), Brunswick. Free. #OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL(ALL "RUNSWICK&REE 798-4141. 7:30 p.m.  PM FEB. 9 &%" Portland Conservatory of Music Noonday 0ORTLAND#ONSERVATORYOF-USIC.OONDAY Concert, with Michael Albert and Bekkeh #ONCERT WITH-ICHAEL!LBERTAND"EKKEH Willey, First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church, 7ILLEY &IRST0ARISH5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST#HURCH Portland. Free. 775-3356. 12:15 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REE PM

DANCE N$!.#% CiRCA, Australian Cirque Nouveau Troupe #I2#! !USTRALIAN#IRQUE.OUVEAU4ROUPE performs dance and circus acrobatics, Westbrook PERFORMSDANCEANDCIRCUSACROBATICS 7ESTBROOK Performing Arts Center. $23 to $28; $10 students. 0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTERTOSTUDENTS 7:30 p.m. today. PORTLANDOVATIONSORGPMTODAY

THEATER N4(%!4%2 "Trouble Is My Business," Maine premiere of Jazz h4ROUBLE)S-Y"USINESS v-AINEPREMIEREOF*AZZ Age thriller based on Raymond Chandler stories, !GETHRILLERBASEDON2AYMOND#HANDLERSTORIES Portland Stage Company. $30 to $39; $27 seniors; 0ORTLAND3TAGE#OMPANYTOSENIORS $15 students, 7:30 p.m. today STUDENTSPORTLANDSTAGEORGPMTODAY and Friday; 4 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; AND&RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Feb. 9. Through Feb. PM7EDNESDAYAND&EB4HROUGH&EB 19.  "Next Fall," award-winning play about male h.EXT&ALL vAWARD WINNINGPLAYABOUTMALE partners and their relationship presented by Good PARTNERSANDTHEIRRELATIONSHIPPRESENTEDBY'OOD Theater, St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. $15 4HEATER 3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND to $25. 7 p.m. today; 7:30 TOGOODTHEATERCOMPMTODAY p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM

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David Mason and Leigh Poulos in "Trouble Is My Business," continuing through Feb. 19 at Portland Stage Company. 2OdWR;Oa]\O\R:SWUV>]cZ]aW\µB`]cPZS7a;g0caW\Saa¶Q]\bW\cW\UbV`]cUV4SP'Ob>]`bZO\RAbOUS1][^O\g Wednesday and Feb. 9. Through Feb. 19. 7EDNESDAYAND&EB4HROUGH&EB "Becky Shaw," Mad Horse Theatre performance h"ECKY3HAW v-AD(ORSE4HEATREPERFORMANCE of Obie Award-winning comedy, Lucid Stage, OF/BIE!WARD WINNINGCOMEDY ,UCID3TAGE Portland. $22; $20 seniors and students; pay0ORTLANDSENIORSANDSTUDENTSPAY what-you-can today and Feb. 9. WHAT YOU CANTODAYAND&EBLUCIDSTAGECOM 7:30 p.m. today; 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 PMTODAYPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY p.m. Sunday; 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9. Through Feb. 12. PM3UNDAYPM&EB4HROUGH&EB 'â&#x20AC;¢The Language Archive," whimsical comedy h4HE,ANGUAGE!RCHIVE vWHIMSICALCOMEDY about love, marriage and miscommunication, ABOUTLOVE MARRIAGEANDMISCOMMUNICATION Public Theatre, Lewiston. $18; $5 forages 18 and 0UBLIC4HEATRE ,EWISTONFORAGESAND younger, 7:30 p.m. today YOUNGERTHEPUBLICTHEATREORGPMTODAY and Friday; 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. AND&RIDAYPM3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "Eurydice/' USM Theatre Department production, h%URYDICE v53-4HEATRE$EPARTMENTPRODUCTION Sarah Ruhl's 21st-century re-envisioning of the 3ARAH2UHLSST CENTURYRE ENVISIONINGOFTHE ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, ANCIENT'REEKMYTHOF/RPHEUSAND%URYDICE University of Southern Maine (Russell Hall), 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE2USSELL(ALL Gorham. $15; $8 for students; $11 for seniors. 'ORHAMFORSTUDENTSFORSENIORS 7:30 p.m. today and Friday; 2 and 7:30 p.m. PMTODAYAND&RIDAYANDPM Saturday; 5 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "The Aliens," Obie Award-winning drama h4HE!LIENS v/BIE!WARD WINNINGDRAMA about three young men finding community ABOUTTHREEYOUNGMENlNDINGCOMMUNITY in a coffeeshop back alley, Stonington Opera INACOFFEESHOPBACKALLEY 3TONINGTON/PERA House. $20. 7 p.m. today to (OUSEOPERAHOUSEARTSORGPMTODAYTO Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday; 7 p.m. Feb. 9. Through 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAYPM&EB4HROUGH Feb. 12. &EB "As It Is in Heaven," Heartwood Theater Company h!S)T)SIN(EAVEN v(EARTWOOD4HEATER#OMPANY production about community and relationships, PRODUCTIONABOUTCOMMUNITYANDRELATIONSHIPS all ages; Skidompha Library, Damariscotta. $18; ALLAGES3KIDOMPHA,IBRARY $AMARISCOTTA $12 students, 7:30 p.m. STUDENTSHEARTWOODTHEATERORGPM Friday and Saturday. &RIDAYAND3ATURDAY Annie Baker's "Circle Mirror Transformation," !NNIE"AKERSh#IRCLE-IRROR4RANSFORMATION v award-winning play about students in acting class AWARD WINNINGPLAYABOUTSTUDENTSINACTINGCLASS revealing themselves through acting exercises, REVEALINGTHEMSELVESTHROUGHACTINGEXERCISES Theater Project, Brunswick. Pay-what-you-want. 4HEATER0ROJECT "RUNSWICK0AY WHAT YOU WANT 8 p.m. Friday, 2 p.m. Sunday; THEATERPROJECTCOMPM&RIDAY PM3UNDAY 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9. Through Feb. 19. PM&EB4HROUGH&EB "Fiddler on the Roof," South Portland High h&IDDLERONTHE2OOF v3OUTH0ORTLAND(IGH School production of classic musical, South 3CHOOLPRODUCTIONOFCLASSICMUSICAL 3OUTH Portland High School Auditorium. $15; $10 0ORTLAND(IGH3CHOOL!UDITORIUM students and seniors, STUDENTSANDSENIORSMYTICKETPORTALCOM 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. (with A.S.L. PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAYPMWITH!3, interpretation) Sunday. Through Feb. 12. INTERPRETATION 3UNDAY4HROUGH&EB Musical Revue of "Les Miserables," Parisian -USICAL2EVUEOFh,ES-ISERABLES v0ARISIAN cabaret-style evening with food and silent auction CABARET STYLEEVENINGWITHFOODANDSILENTAUCTION by New England Regional Theater Company, BY.EW%NGLAND2EGIONAL4HEATER#OMPANY

Winter Street Center, Bath. $15; $25 per couple. 7INTER3TREET#ENTER "ATHPERCOUPLE 798-6966. Cocktails and silent auction at 7 p.m.,  #OCKTAILSANDSILENTAUCTIONATPM show at 8 p.m. Friday. SHOWATPM&RIDAY "Puss 'N Boots," satirical version of the classic h0USS@."OOTS vSATIRICALVERSIONOFTHECLASSIC Charles Perrault story by Fairy Tale Players, Acorn #HARLES0ERRAULTSTORYBY&AIRY4ALE0LAYERS !CORN Studios, Westbrook. $8; $6 for ages 12 and under. 3TUDIOS 7ESTBROOKFORAGESANDUNDER 11 a.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. ACORN PRODUCTIONSORGAM3ATURDAYPM Sunday.Through Feb. 12. 3UNDAY4HROUGH&EB "Valentines with the Rat Pack," five-course dinner h6ALENTINESWITHTHE2AT0ACK vlVE COURSEDINNER theater show, Anthony's Dinner Theater, Portland. THEATERSHOW !NTHONYS$INNER4HEATER 0ORTLAND $39.95. 7 p.m. ANTHONYSDINNERTHEATERCOMPM Saturday. Through Feb. 18. 3ATURDAY4HROUGH&EB "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare h4HE#OMPLETE7ORKSOF7ILLIAM3HAKESPEARE (Abridged)," Poland Stage Troupe winter !BRIDGED v0OLAND3TAGE4ROUPEWINTER production, Slainte, Portland, PRODUCTION 3LAINTE 0ORTLANDSLAINTEWINEBARCOM 7 p.m. Monday. PM-ONDAY "Naked Shakespeare: Will You Be Mine," by h.AKED3HAKESPEARE7ILL9OU"E-INE vBY Acorn Productions, Wine Bar & Restaurant, !CORN0RODUCTIONS 7INE"AR2ESTAURANT Portland. $8. 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDACORN PRODUCTIONSORGPM Monday. -ONDAY "Happy Birthday, Mr. Dickens," evening h(APPY"IRTHDAY -R$ICKENS vEVENING of Charles Dickens readings in lobby and OF#HARLES$ICKENSREADINGSINLOBBYAND bar, Portland Stage Company. $5/donation. BAR 0ORTLAND3TAGE#OMPANYDONATION 7 p.m. Monday, PORTLANDSTAGEORGPM-ONDAY

"The Glass Menagerie," classic play by Tennessee h4HE'LASS-ENAGERIE vCLASSICPLAYBY4ENNESSEE Williams, Freeport Factory Stage. $19; $15 seniors 7ILLIAMS &REEPORT&ACTORY3TAGESENIORS and students, 7:30 p.m. Feb. ANDSTUDENTSFREEPORTFACTORYCOMPM&EB 9. Through Feb. 25. 4HROUGH&EB

AUDITIONS N!5$)4)/.3 The Who's "Tommy," audition with rock ballad 4HE7HOSh4OMMY vAUDITIONWITHROCKBALLAD or up-tempo song and dancing; show opens ORUP TEMPOSONGANDDANCINGSHOWOPENS in May; Portland Players, South Portland. IN-AY0ORTLAND0LAYERS 3OUTH0ORTLAND 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday and PORTLANDPLAYERSORGTOPM3ATURDAYAND Sunday. 3UNDAY Vivid Motion Inc., dance audition for spring 6IVID-OTION)NC DANCEAUDITIONFORSPRING show of ballet "Eclipse" and other dances; Acorn SHOWOFBALLETh%CLIPSEvANDOTHERDANCES!CORN Studios, Westbrook. vividm. 10 a.m. to noon 3TUDIOS 7ESTBROOKVIVIDMAMTONOON Sunday. 3UNDAY "Steel Magnolias," Schoolhouse Arts Center h3TEEL-AGNOLIAS v3CHOOLHOUSE!RTS#ENTER production; roles for six women, auditions will be PRODUCTIONROLESFORSIXWOMEN AUDITIONSWILLBE cold readings of script; Standish Congregational COLDREADINGSOFSCRIPT3TANDISH#ONGREGATIONAL Church. 642-3743. 6 p.m. Wednesday and Feb. 9. #HURCH PM7EDNESDAYAND&EB

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production was a thrill to this day. 'A QSPEVDUJPOXBTBUISJMMUPUIJTEBZA" Chorus Line' has a special place in my $IPSVT-JOFIBTBTQFDJBMQMBDFJONZ heart." IFBSUw Steve Peterson at Maine State Music 4UFWF1FUFSTPOBU.BJOF4UBUF.VTJD Theatre in Brunswick tells a similar 5IFBUSFJO#SVOTXJDLUFMMTBTJNJMBS story. He saw the original company of "A TUPSZ)FTBXUIFPSJHJOBMDPNQBOZPGi" Chorus Line" in San Francisco and twice $IPSVT-JOFwJO4BO'SBODJTDPBOEUXJDF in Los Angeles. JO-PT"OHFMFT "It was an important show for me," he i*UXBTBOJNQPSUBOUTIPXGPSNF wIF said. "It was about a life recognized. It TBJEi*UXBTBCPVUBMJGFSFDPHOJ[FE*U was the first time I heard gay characters XBTUIFmSTUUJNF*IFBSEHBZDIBSBDUFST speak, recognizably and openly, and I got TQFBL SFDPHOJ[BCMZBOEPQFOMZ BOE*HPU it." JUw Other important shows of the decade 0UIFSJNQPSUBOUTIPXTPGUIFEFDBEF include "Pippin" and "Chicago." "But it JODMVEFi1JQQJOwBOEi$IJDBHPwi#VUJU was 'The Wiz' that truly transformed me," XBTA5IF8J[UIBUUSVMZUSBOTGPSNFENF w Peterson said. "The joy, color and music 1FUFSTPOTBJEi5IFKPZ DPMPSBOENVTJD of that celebration stayed with me." PGUIBUDFMFCSBUJPOTUBZFEXJUINFw Alice Kornhauser, marketing director of "MJDF,PSOIBVTFS NBSLFUJOHEJSFDUPSPG the Portland Symphony Orchestra, grew UIF1PSUMBOE4ZNQIPOZ0SDIFTUSB HSFX up in the suburbs of New York and saw VQJOUIFTVCVSCTPG/FX:PSLBOETBX quite a few Broadway musicals in the 70s. RVJUFBGFX#SPBEXBZNVTJDBMTJOUIFT "I think my first was 'GodspelP when i*UIJOLNZmSTUXBTA(PETQFMMXIFO I was 6 or 7, which made a really big *XBTPS XIJDINBEFBSFBMMZCJH impression," she said. "I especially reJNQSFTTJPO wTIFTBJEi*FTQFDJBMMZSF member the scene with the heaven-bound NFNCFSUIFTDFOFXJUIUIFIFBWFOCPVOE sheep and the poor goats that suffered TIFFQBOEUIFQPPSHPBUTUIBUTVGGFSFE eternal damnation. FUFSOBMEBNOBUJPO "We also saw 'On the Twentieth Ceni8FBMTPTBXA0OUIF5XFOUJFUI$FO tury,' 'Ain't Misbehavin" and 'The Wiz,' UVSZ A"JOU.JTCFIBWJOBOEA5IF8J[  which was really fun. I remember being XIJDIXBTSFBMMZGVO*SFNFNCFSCFJOH aware of 'Oh! Calcutta!' which had full BXBSFPGA0I$BMDVUUBXIJDIIBEGVMM frontal nudity, but I have no firsthand GSPOUBMOVEJUZ CVU*IBWFOPmSTUIBOE knowledge of that. Very 70s." LOPXMFEHFPGUIBU7FSZTw Robert Moody, the PSO's music direc3PCFSU.PPEZ UIF140TNVTJDEJSFD tor, voted "Godspell" as his favorite 70s UPS WPUFEi(PETQFMMwBTIJTGBWPSJUFT musical "by far. I've actually directed the NVTJDBMiCZGBS*WFBDUVBMMZEJSFDUFEUIF show twice. On both occasions, I also was TIPXUXJDF0OCPUIPDDBTJPOT *BMTPXBT

N!24'!,,%2)%3 ART GALLERIES /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS h!RTIFACTSAND0ARTICLES vPHOTOGRAPHYBY#ALEB "Artifacts and Particles," photography by Caleb #HARLANDAND0ETER'RUNER3HELLENBERGER !DDISON Charland and Peter Gruner Shellenberger, Addison 7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDADDISONWOOLLEYCOM Woolley Gallery, Portland, /PENINGRECEPTION TOPMTODAY4HROUGH Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. today. Through &EB Feb. 26. h3YMBOLSOF,OVE vPIECESTHATCONVEYLOVEINITS "Symbols of Love," pieces that convey love in its MANYFORMSANDMEANINGS #ONSTELLATION'ALLERY many forms and meanings, Constellation Gallery, Portland. 409-6617. Opening reception, 5 to 7 0ORTLAND /PENINGRECEPTION TO PMTODAY4HROUGH&EB p.m. today. Through Feb. 29. h#OLOR vNEWWORKSBYSEVERALARTISTS 'REENHUT "Color," new works by several artists, Greenhut 'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND /PENSTODAY Galleries, Portland. 772-2693. Opens today. 4HROUGH&EB Through Feb. 25. &IRST&RIDAY!RT7ALK GALLERIESAND First Friday Art Walk, galleries and MUSEUMSOPENFORFREE DOWNTOWN0ORTLAND museums open for free, downtown Portland. 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. lRSTFRIDAYARTWALKCOMTOPM&RIDAY h"LUE vMULTIPLEARTISTSHOW !ARHUS'ALLERY "Blue," multiple artist show, Aarhus Gallery, Belfast, Opening reception, 5 "ELFASTAARHUSGALLERYCOM/PENINGRECEPTION  to 8 p.m. Friday. Through Feb. 26. TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH&EB "Side by Side: Higgison and Higgison," h3IDEBY3IDE(IGGISONAND(IGGISON v (ARMONS"ARTONS'ALLERY 0ORTLAND Harmon's & Barton's Gallery, Portland. Artist's social, 5 to 8 p.m. HARMONSBARTONSCOM!RTISTSSOCIAL TOPM Friday. Through Feb. 29. &RIDAY4HROUGH&EB "Blood, Phelgm and Tears," new paintings h"LOOD 0HELGMAND4EARS vNEWPAINTINGS BY!BBETH2USSELL !RT(OUSE0ICTURE&RAMES by Abbeth Russell, Art House Picture Frames, 0ORTLAND /PENINGRECEPTION TO Portland. 221-3443. Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through Feb. 27. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH&EB Kevin Beers: "Trucks and Landscapes," new +EVIN"EERSh4RUCKSAND,ANDSCAPES vNEW

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and Vietnam, through March 31. 450-8499. AND6IETNAM THROUGH-ARCH  Coffee By Design (India Street), Portland: "Out of #OFFEE"Y$ESIGN)NDIA3TREET 0ORTLANDh/UTOF the Blue," group show by YES Art Works, through THE"LUE vGROUPSHOWBY9%3!RT7ORKS THROUGH Continued from Page E21 April 1. :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 !PRILYESARTWORKSORG The Blue Spoon, Portland: "Portraits" by Michael 4HE"LUE3POON 0ORTLANDh0ORTRAITSvBY-ICHAEL paintings, Gleason Fine Art, Portland. 699-5599. PAINTINGS 'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLAND  Douglas, through today, $OUGLAS THROUGHTODAYYESARTWORKSORG Opening reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH University of Southern Maine (Woodbury 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE7OODBURY March 30. -ARCH Campus Center), Portland: Juried student #AMPUS#ENTER 0ORTLAND*URIEDSTUDENT "LostTrail and Beyond," illustrations by Ben h,OST4RAILAND"EYOND vILLUSTRATIONSBY"EN exhibition, through Feb. 19. EXHIBITION THROUGH&EBUSMMAINEEDU Bishop, Green Hand Bookshop, Portland. 253"ISHOP 'REEN(AND"OOKSHOP 0ORTLAND gallery GALLERY 6808. Reception, 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. Through Feb. 2ECEPTION TOPM&RIDAY4HROUGH&EB Somerset Sports and Fitness Center, Scarborough: 3OMERSET3PORTSAND&ITNESS#ENTER 3CARBOROUGH 29.  "The Good Ole Days: Men and Their Tools," h4HE'OOD/LE$AYS-ENAND4HEIR4OOLS v Round Pond Artist Jill Tarkleson, Savory Maine, 2OUND0OND!RTIST*ILL4ARKLESON 3AVORY-AINE 19th-century tools used by surveyor Levi Weston, TH CENTURYTOOLSUSEDBYSURVEYOR,EVI7ESTON Damariscotta. 563-2111. Opening reception, 3 to 3KOWHEGAN(ISTORY(OUSETRAVELINGDISPLAY $AMARISCOTTA /PENINGRECEPTION TO Skowhegan History House traveling display, 5 p.m. Friday. Through March 3. PM&RIDAY4HROUGH-ARCH through April 10. THROUGH!PRILSKOWHEGANHISTORYHOUSEORG Photographer Kathryn Coccyx, Geno's Rock Club, 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!RT'ALLERY 0HOTOGRAPHER+ATHRYN#OCCYX 'ENOS2OCK#LUB University of Southern Maine (Art Gallery), Portland. 221-2382. Reception, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLAND 2ECEPTION TOPM Gorham: USM art faculty exhibition, through Feb. 'ORHAM53-ARTFACULTYEXHIBITION THROUGH&EB Friday. &RIDAY 17. USMMAINEEDUGALLERY Robin Farren, portraiture photography, 2OBIN&ARREN PORTRAITUREPHOTOGRAPHY Elizabeth Moss Gallery, Falmouth: Deborah %LIZABETH-OSS'ALLERY &ALMOUTH$EBORAH Constellation Gallery, Portland. 409-661 7. 5 to 8 #ONSTELLATION'ALLERY 0ORTLAND TO Randall and Henry Kallem, drawings, through 2ANDALLAND(ENRY+ALLEM DRAWINGS THROUGH p.m. Friday. PM&RIDAY March 3. 781-2620. -ARCH  Dennis Fournier: "Places We Know," new works, $ENNIS&OURNIERh0LACES7E+NOW vNEWWORKS Merrill Memorial Library, Yarmouth: "Favorite -ERRILL-EMORIAL,IBRARY 9ARMOUTHh&AVORITE Townsend Real Estate & Art Gallery, Willard 4OWNSEND2EAL%STATE!RT'ALLERY 7ILLARD Places," oil paintings by Anne Lively, through Feb. 0LACES vOILPAINTINGSBY!NNE,IVELY THROUGH&EB Square, South Portland. 842-9200. Opening 3QUARE 3OUTH0ORTLAND /PENING 18. YARMOUTHLIBRARYORG reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 9. Through March 11. RECEPTION TOPM&EB4HROUGH-ARCH 317 Main Street Community Music Center, -AIN3TREET#OMMUNITY-USIC#ENTER Yarmouth: Oils and pastels of Belize and Maine 9ARMOUTH/ILSANDPASTELSOF"ELIZEAND-AINE CONTINUING #/.4).5).' by Patti Bradley, through March 9. 846-6264. BY0ATTI"RADLEY THROUGH-ARCH  Maine College of Art (MECA), Portland: Michael -AINE#OLLEGEOF!RT-%#! 0ORTLAND-ICHAEL Royal Bean, Yarmouth: Artisans collective mixed2OYAL"EAN 9ARMOUTH!RTISANSCOLLECTIVEMIXED Bell-Smith, lo-ti environments exhibit, through "ELL 3MITH LO lENVIRONMENTSEXHIBIT THROUGH media show, through March 30. 846-7967. MEDIASHOW THROUGH-ARCH  March 14. 699-5029. -ARCH  North Yarmouth Academy (Curtis Gallery), .ORTH9ARMOUTH!CADEMY#URTIS'ALLERY Addison Woolley Gallery, Portland: "Maine !DDISON7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDh-AINE Photographers: Eyes on Asia," 45 photos of China, 0HOTOGRAPHERS%YESON!SIA vPHOTOSOF#HINA Please see ART, PageE26 Hong Kong, India, Japan, South Korea, Thailand Gc\Xj\j\\/@BGX^\<)(ONG+ONG )NDIA *APAN 3OUTH+OREA 4HAILAND

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DIBOHFUIFnBWPS change the flavor. 5IJTQFSDFOUBMDPIPMCFFSXBT This 6.8-percent alcohol beer was DPNQMFY5IFMBCFMEFTDSJCFTJUBT complex. The label describes it as assertively hopped, with dry-hopBTTFSUJWFMZIPQQFE XJUIESZIPQ ping as well as hopping in the boil. QJOHBTXFMMBTIPQQJOHJOUIFCPJM And while the beer does have an "OEXIJMFUIFCFFSEPFTIBWFBO earthy and floral hop aroma, it's FBSUIZBOEnPSBMIPQBSPNB JUT mild compared to some of the hop NJMEDPNQBSFEUPTPNFPGUIFIPQ bombs that have been appearing CPNCTUIBUIBWFCFFOBQQFBSJOH on the market during the past POUIFNBSLFUEVSJOHUIFQBTU few years. And I recall its being GFXZFBST"OE*SFDBMMJUTCFJOH less hoppy than Sebago's Local MFTTIPQQZUIBO4FCBHPT-PDBM Harvest, another beer made with )BSWFTU BOPUIFSCFFSNBEFXJUI all-Maine ingredients. BMM.BJOFJOHSFEJFOUT The hops definitely did not over5IFIPQTEFmOJUFMZEJEOPUPWFS power the malt, which gave the QPXFSUIFNBMU XIJDIHBWFUIF beer a strong backbone and a bit CFFSBTUSPOHCBDLCPOFBOEBCJU of sweetness at the end. PGTXFFUOFTTBUUIFFOE Searching for the Peak beers 4FBSDIJOHGPSUIF1FBLCFFST was only part of the reason for my XBTPOMZQBSUPGUIFSFBTPOGPSNZ trip to RSVP.BSJOFS%JTUSJCV Mariner DistribuUSJQUP3471 tors was conducting a beer tasting UPSTXBTDPOEVDUJOHBCFFSUBTUJOH in which it offered Fuller's ESB, JOXIJDIJUPGGFSFE'VMMFST&4#  Cody Brewing's Wheeler's Brown, $PEZ#SFXJOHT8IFFMFST#SPXO  DeProuf Zoetzuur Flemish Ale and %F1SPVG;PFU[VVS'MFNJTI"MFBOE Innis and Gunn Rum Cask Ale. *OOJTBOE(VOO3VN$BTL"MF I reviewed the Wheeler Brown a *SFWJFXFEUIF8IFFMFS#SPXOB couple of weeks ago. The Fuller's, DPVQMFPGXFFLTBHP5IF'VMMFST  from England, is the model for GSPN&OHMBOE JTUIFNPEFMGPS an Extra Special Bitter. It has a BO&YUSB4QFDJBM#JUUFS*UIBTB wonderfully rich malt flavor and XPOEFSGVMMZSJDINBMUnBWPSBOE a pleasing amount of hops. It's at BQMFBTJOHBNPVOUPGIPQT*UTBU

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QFSDFOUBMDPIPM BOEJTBHSFBU 5.9 percent alcohol, and is a great beer for drinking and relaxing. CFFSGPSESJOLJOHBOESFMBYJOH 5IF'MFNJTI"MFIBTBCJUPG The Flemish Ale has a bit of sourness from the Brettanamyces TPVSOFTTGSPNUIF#SFUUBOBNZDFT yeast and some sweetness from ZFBTUBOETPNFTXFFUOFTTGSPN fresh Belgian cherries. This is a GSFTI#FMHJBODIFSSJFT5IJTJTB good beer, but not to my personal HPPECFFS CVUOPUUPNZQFSTPOBM liking - I'm just not a big fan of MJLJOHo*NKVTUOPUBCJHGBOPG cherries. It costs $11.79 for a 750DIFSSJFT*UDPTUTGPSB milliliter bottle. NJMMJMJUFSCPUUMF The Rum Cask Ale is unique and 5IF3VN$BTL"MFJTVOJRVFBOE a little bit off the wall. It's a ScotBMJUUMFCJUPGGUIFXBMM*UTB4DPU tish ale aged in rum barrels rather UJTIBMFBHFEJOSVNCBSSFMTSBUIFS than the traditional whisky barUIBOUIFUSBEJUJPOBMXIJTLZCBS rels. The beer is a bit sweet, with SFMT5IFCFFSJTBCJUTXFFU XJUI flavors of molasses, vanilla and nBWPSTPGNPMBTTFT WBOJMMBBOE oak along with the hops and malt. PBLBMPOHXJUIUIFIPQTBOENBMU It's not a beer you could drink a lot *UTOPUBCFFSZPVDPVMEESJOLBMPU of, but it is something to try. It cost PG CVUJUJTTPNFUIJOHUPUSZ*UDPTU $2.39 for an 11.2-ounce bottles, and GPSBOPVODFCPUUMFT BOE was 7 percent alcohol. XBTQFSDFOUBMDPIPM

THE MAIL BROUGHT a 5)&."*-#306()5B sampling of Samuel Adams beers, TBNQMJOHPG4BNVFM"EBNTCFFST  three of which I had not tried: UISFFPGXIJDI*IBEOPUUSJFE Whitewater IPA, Alpine Spring 8IJUFXBUFS*1" "MQJOF4QSJOH and Mighty Oak Ale. All three BOE.JHIUZ0BL"MF"MMUISFF are part of the current Brewer's BSFQBSUPGUIFDVSSFOU#SFXFST Choice 12-pack, retailing for $IPJDFQBDL SFUBJMJOHGPS $13.99.  My least favorite of the three .ZMFBTUGBWPSJUFPGUIFUISFF was the Whitewater IPA, another XBTUIF8IJUFXBUFS*1" BOPUIFS

GVTJPOPG*1"BOEXIJUFCFFS*UT fusion of IPA and white beer. It's more witbier than IPA, with a NPSFXJUCJFSUIBO*1" XJUIB cloudy golden color and flavors of DMPVEZHPMEFODPMPSBOEnBWPSTPG copycat brewing. This style was inDPQZDBUCSFXJOH5IJTTUZMFXBTJO vented only a couple of years ago WFOUFEPOMZBDPVQMFPGZFBSTBHP - now everybody is brewing one, oOPXFWFSZCPEZJTCSFXJOHPOF  and I am already tired of it. BOE*BNBMSFBEZUJSFEPGJU The Mighty Oak Ale was only 5IF.JHIUZ0BL"MFXBTPOMZ lightly oaked rather than mightily MJHIUMZPBLFESBUIFSUIBONJHIUJMZ oaked, but had a nice maltiness PBLFE CVUIBEBOJDFNBMUJOFTT and sweetness, and was a crysBOETXFFUOFTT BOEXBTBDSZT tal-clear amber color. It had fairly UBMDMFBSBNCFSDPMPS*UIBEGBJSMZ heavy carbonation and 5.7 percent IFBWZDBSCPOBUJPOBOEQFSDFOU alcohol. BMDPIPM The Alpine Spring was my favor5IF"MQJOF4QSJOHXBTNZGBWPS ite of the three. The 5.5-percent JUFPGUIFUISFF5IFQFSDFOU alcohol lager is unfiltered, so it's BMDPIPMMBHFSJTVOmMUFSFE TPJUT just a little bit cloudy, and the hops KVTUBMJUUMFCJUDMPVEZ BOEUIFIPQT have a bit of citrus in them. It's IBWFBCJUPGDJUSVTJOUIFN*UT quite malty for a lager, and has a RVJUFNBMUZGPSBMBHFS BOEIBTB nice dry finish. OJDFESZmOJTI Finally, I had some of Sebago's 'JOBMMZ *IBETPNFPG4FCBHPT Midnight Porter, which is beer .JEOJHIU1PSUFS XIJDIJTCFFS they brewed in the past but not UIFZCSFXFEJOUIFQBTUCVUOPU for a couple of years. This has a GPSBDPVQMFPGZFBST5IJTIBTB nice bit of chocolate malt, and is OJDFCJUPGDIPDPMBUFNBMU BOEJT an easy-drinking dark beer for the BOFBTZESJOLJOHEBSLCFFSGPSUIF days of late winter. EBZTPGMBUFXJOUFS Tom Atwell is a freelance writer. He can be B][/beSZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`6SQO\PS contacted at 767-2297 or at: Q]\bOQbSROb%$% '%]`Ob( tomatwell@me. com b][ObeSZZ.[SQ][


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Daniel 2O\WSZ R a d c l i f f e in @ORQZWTTSW\ "RED TAILS" (PG-13) (2:00) Stars Nate Parker, David Âľ@32B/7:AÂś>5! (AbO`a<ObS>O`YS`2OdWR "The W o m a n in ÂľBVSE][O\W\ Oyelowo, Ne-Yo and Bryan Cranston. Directed by =gSZ]e]<SG]O\R0`gO\1`O\ab]\2W`SQbSRPg Black." 0ZOQYÂś Anthony Hemingway. During World War II, the U.S. /\bV]\g6S[W\UeOg2c`W\UE]`ZREO`77bVSCA

military forms the first all-black aerial-combat unit [WZWbO`gT]`[abVS¿`abOZZPZOQYOS`WOZQ][PObc\Wb known as the Tuskegee Airmen. Y\]e\OabVSBcaYSUSS/W`[S\ 10A4WZ[a Showing at: Windham 5 Star Today 12:55,3:55, AV]eW\UOb(EW\RVO[#AbO`B]ROg (##!(## 6:55 Fri 3:55, 6:55, 9:30 Sat 12:55, 3:55, 6:55, 9:30 Sun $(##4`W!(##$(##'(!AOb (##!(##$(##'(!Ac\ Showing at: Nordica (Freeport) Today-Wed 12:15, Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Today 12,2:30, 5, AV]eW\UOb(<]`RWQO4`SS^]`bB]ROgESR (# 1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RB]ROg  (!# 3:55, 6:55 Mon-Tues 3:55, 6:55 Wed 12:55, 3:55, 12:55, (##!(##$(##;]\BcSa!(##$(##ESR (##!(## 3:20,6:50,9:20; Nickelodeon (Portland) Today 2, 7:30,10 Fri 2:30, 5, 7:30,10 Sat-Sun 12, 2:30, 5, 7:30,10 !( $(#'( )<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROg %(!4`W (!#%(!AObAc\ (!#%(! 6:55; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Today 1:20, $(##)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\RB]ROg(  4:30, 7:15, 9:40 Fri-Wed 2:15, 4:45, 7:20, 9:40; CinMon-Wed 2:30, 5, 7:30,10; Cinemagic Westbrook Today 4:10,7,9:50 Fri-Wed 7:30; Cinemagic Westbrook Today "(!%(#'("4`WESR (#"("#%( '(")1W\ ;]\ESR (!#%(!)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROg "(%'(#4`WESR%(!)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROg emagic Westbrook Today-Wed 11:40, 2:10, 4:40, 7:10, 11:40, 2,4:30, 7:10, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12:30, 3:10, 6:40, 9:10; S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROgESR(" ("("%( (" "(!%('(#4`WESR (!!($("'() 3:20, 7, 9:50 Fri-Wed 12:20, 3:20, 6:50, 9:40; Cin12:20, ( !( %'(#4`WESR ( !( $(#'(")1W\ 9:40; Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed 12:10, Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed 12:10, 4:40, 6:55, 9:05; emagic Saco Today 12:30, 3:15, 6:45, 9:25 Fri-Wed 6:30, '(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR ( 2:25,4:40, ( #"(" 1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR ( 2:25, ( #"("$(##'(#) S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROg (!!(#$("#'( #4`WESR$(! 6:55, 9:05; Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 1:45, 4:10, 6:50, 9:20 Brunswick 10 Today 1, 3:50, 7, 9:45 Fri-Tues 2:15,4:45, $(##'(#)0`c\aeWQY4`WESR("#"($(#'(  0`c\aeWQYB]ROg!(#%'("#4`WBcSa (#"("# 9:10; Brunswick 10 Today 12:50,4, 6:50, 9:40 Fri-Wed '()0`c\aeWQYB]ROg (#"$(#'("4`WESR 7:25,10 Wed 2:15; Falmouth 10 Today 4:40, 7:30 Fri %( #ESR (#)4OZ[]cbVB]ROg"("%(!4`W 1:55, 4:40, 6:55, 9:40; Falmouth 10 Today 3:50, 6:40 (##"("$(##'(")4OZ[]cbVB]ROg!(#$(" "JOYFUL NOISE" (PG-13) (1:57) Stars Queen Latifah, 5:05, 7:35,10 Sat 2:25, 5:05, 7:35,10 Sun 2:25, 5:05, 7:35 µ8=G4C:<=7A3¶>5!(#%AbO`a?cSS\:ObWTOV #(#%(!#AOb ( ##(#%(!#Ac\ ( ##(#%(!# Dolly Parton, Keke Palmer and Jeremy Jordan. Directed ;]\ESR#(#%(!# Mon-Wed 5:05, 7:35 "HUGO" (PG) (2:06) Stars Ben Kingsley, Asa Butter2]ZZg>O`b]\9SYS>OZ[S`O\R8S`S[g8]`RO\2W`SQbSR µ6C5=¶>5 ($AbO`a0S\9W\UaZSg/aO0cbbS` "SHAME" (NR-17) (1:48) Stars Michael Fassbender, µA6/;3¶<@%("&AbO`a;WQVOSZ4OaaPS\RS` by Todd Graff. Two strongly opinioned women (Queen field, Christopher Lee and Chloe Grace Moretz. Directed PgB]RR5`OTTBe]ab`]\UZg]^W\W]\SRe][S\?cSS\ ¿SZR1V`Wab]^VS`:SSO\R1VZ]S5`OQS;]`Sbh2W`SQbSR Carey Mulligan and James Badge Dale. Directed by 1O`Sg;cZZWUO\O\R8O[Sa0ORUS2OZS2W`SQbSRPg Latifah and Dolly Parton) need to work together to win "MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL" (PG-13) by Martin Scorsese. A mystery involving a dead father :ObWTOVO\R2]ZZg>O`b]\\SSRb]e]`Yb]USbVS`b]eW\ µ;7AA7=<7;>=AA70:3(56=AB>@=B=1=:¶>5! Pg;O`bW\AQ]`aSaS/[gabS`gW\d]ZdW\UORSORTObVS` Steve McQueen. In New York City, a man's carefully AbSdS;Q?cSS\7\<SeG]`Y1WbgO[O\¸aQO`STcZZg a choir competition. Stars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner and Paula and an automaton sends an orphan, who lives within OQV]W`Q][^SbWbW]\ (2:13) (!AbO`aB][1`cWaS8S`S[g@S\\S`O\R>OcZO O\RO\Ocb][Ob]\aS\RaO\]`^VO\eV]ZWdSaeWbVW\ cultivated private life, which allows him to indulge his QcZbWdObSR^`WdObSZWTSeVWQVOZZ]eaVW[b]W\RcZUSVWa Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Today 12:30, 9:30; >Obb]\2W`SQbSRPg0`OR0W`RBVSOUS\Qg3bVO\6c\b Patton. Directed by Brad Bird. 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Fri-Wed 1:15 6:20; Brunswick 10 Today 12:40, 3:30, 6:45 µ;/<=</:3253¶@ (AbO`aAO[E]`bVW\U U]`]UcSb]QZSO`bVSW`]`UO\WhObW]\¸a\O[S 4`WESR(#$( )0`c\aeWQYB]ROg ("!(!$("# ton, Elizabeth Banks and Jamie Bell. Directed by Asger Fri-Wed (all 3D) 1:50,4:35, 7:20; Falmouth 10 (all 3D) Showing at: Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) b]\3ZWhOPSbV0O\YaO\R8O[WS0SZZ2W`SQbSRPg/aUS` AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R 4`WESROZZ!2(#"(!#%( )4OZ[]cbVOZZ!2 "SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS" (PGµA63@:=196=:;3A(/5/;3=4A6/2=EA¶>5 Leth. As a police psychologist works to talk down an Today 6:55 Fri 6:55, 9:45 Sat 4:15, 6:55, 9:45 Sun 4:15, Today 7:30; Cinemagic Westbrook Today 3:30, 6:30 :SbV/aO^]ZWQS^agQV]Z]UWabe]`Yab]bOZYR]e\O\ B]ROg$(##4`W$(##'("#AOb"(#$(##'("#Ac\"(# B]ROg%(!)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROg!(!$(! 13) (2:09) Stars Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Jared ! ('AbO`a@]PS`b2]e\Sg8`8cRS:Oe8O`SR ex-cop who is also now a wanted fugitive threatening 6:55 Mon-Wed 6:55 Fri-Wed 6:30, 9:30 SfQ]^eV]WaOZa]\]eOeO\bSRTcUWbWdSbV`SObS\W\U $(##;]\ESR$(## 4`WESR$(!'(! Harris, Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace. Directed 6O``Wa@OQVSZ;Q/RO[aO\R<]][W@O^OQS2W`SQbSR to jump from a Manhattan hotel rooftop, a big crime is b]Xc[^T`][O;O\VObbO\V]bSZ`]]Tb]^OPWUQ`W[SWa  by Guy Ritchie. Austria's crown prince is found dead, Pg5cg@WbQVWS/cab`WO¸aQ`]e\^`W\QSWaT]c\RRSOR also in motion. "THE IRON LADY" (PG-13) (1:45) Stars Meryl Streep, "ONE FOR THE MONEY" (PG-13) (1:46) Stars KathOZa]W\[]bW]\ µB637@=<:/2G¶>5!("#AbO`a;S`gZAb`SS^ µ=<34=@B63;=<3G¶>5!("$AbO`a9ObV and Holmes believes the crime is a piece of a larger O\R6]Z[SaPSZWSdSabVSQ`W[SWaO^WSQS]TOZO`US` Showing at: Windham 5 Star Today 1:20,4:10, Jim Broadbent and Richard E. Grant. 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t's cold out. The snow has finally arrived UTDPMEPVU5IFTOPXIBTmOBMMZBSSJWFE JO.BJOF4JEFXBMLTBSFTMVTIZ in Maine. Sidewalks are slushy. This Maine winter makes me want to 5IJT.BJOFXJOUFSNBLFTNFXBOUUP SVOPGGUPTPNFQBSBEJTFMJLFQMBDFUIBU run off to some paradise-like place that would be a pleasant change from the gray XPVMECFBQMFBTBOUDIBOHFGSPNUIFHSBZ TLJFTPVUTJEFNZIPVTF#VU*EPOUIBWF skies outside my house. But I don't have the funds to fly somewhere fancy like UIFGVOETUPnZTPNFXIFSFGBODZMJLF that, so it's probably not going to happen UIBU TPJUTQSPCBCMZOPUHPJOHUPIBQQFO anytime soon. BOZUJNFTPPO However, tucked in the heart of the )PXFWFS UVDLFEJOUIFIFBSUPGUIF Old Port is a little taste of tropical at the 0ME1PSUJTBMJUUMFUBTUFPGUSPQJDBMBUUIF Oasis. The nightclub has two levels with 0BTJT5IFOJHIUDMVCIBTUXPMFWFMTXJUI a bar and dance floor, and is perfect for a BCBSBOEEBODFnPPS BOEJTQFSGFDUGPSB night out on the town. OJHIUPVUPOUIFUPXO My friend and I navigated our way down .ZGSJFOEBOE*OBWJHBUFEPVSXBZEPXO slushy cobblestone Wharf Street to the TMVTIZDPCCMFTUPOF8IBSG4USFFUUPUIF Oasis. Two tall palm trees greeted us just 0BTJT5XPUBMMQBMNUSFFTHSFFUFEVTKVTU inside. Although fake, these trees set the JOTJEF"MUIPVHIGBLF UIFTFUSFFTTFUUIF mood, sending you to a place less like NPPE TFOEJOHZPVUPBQMBDFMFTTMJLF Antarctica and more like the Domini"OUBSDUJDBBOENPSFMJLFUIF%PNJOJ can Republic. Water walls with flowing DBO3FQVCMJD8BUFSXBMMTXJUInPXJOH bubbles and changing lights mesmerize CVCCMFTBOEDIBOHJOHMJHIUTNFTNFSJ[F you behind the full bar, where tenders ZPVCFIJOEUIFGVMMCBS XIFSFUFOEFST work fast to get drinks to their customers. XPSLGBTUUPHFUESJOLTUPUIFJSDVTUPNFST Usually a draw for late-night crowds, 6TVBMMZBESBXGPSMBUFOJHIUDSPXET  we were the first two customers on a XFXFSFUIFmSTUUXPDVTUPNFSTPOB recent Saturday night. We grabbed two SFDFOU4BUVSEBZOJHIU8FHSBCCFEUXP seats at the tall granite bar and had the TFBUTBUUIFUBMMHSBOJUFCBSBOEIBEUIF bartender's full attention as he mixed our CBSUFOEFSTGVMMBUUFOUJPOBTIFNJYFEPVS cocktails. DPDLUBJMT I had an Absolut Ruby Red mixed with *IBEBO"CTPMVU3VCZ3FENJYFEXJUI orange juice, which was served nicely in PSBOHFKVJDF XIJDIXBTTFSWFEOJDFMZJO a glass with an orange slice, a colorful BHMBTTXJUIBOPSBOHFTMJDF BDPMPSGVM straw and a palm tree swizzle stick. It was TUSBXBOEBQBMNUSFFTXJ[[MFTUJDL*UXBT the perfect concoction to remind me of a UIFQFSGFDUDPODPDUJPOUPSFNJOENFPGB tropical paradise. USPQJDBMQBSBEJTF As more people filtered in, it was clear "TNPSFQFPQMFmMUFSFEJO JUXBTDMFBS the crowd consisted mostly 20-someUIFDSPXEDPOTJTUFENPTUMZTPNF things. Even though it was getting busy, UIJOHT&WFOUIPVHIJUXBTHFUUJOHCVTZ  the bartender didn't rush anyone. UIFCBSUFOEFSEJEOUSVTIBOZPOF "What would you like?" he asked one i8IBUXPVMEZPVMJLF wIFBTLFEPOF girl. "I'm feeling adventurous," she said. HJSMi*NGFFMJOHBEWFOUVSPVT wTIFTBJE


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BARS/CLUBS N"!23#,5"3 TODAY 4/$!9 "A Rockin' Benefit for a Fallen h!2OCKIN"ENElTFORA&ALLEN Hero," with Dirty White Hats, Johnny (ERO vWITH$IRTY7HITE(ATS *OHNNY Cremains, burlesque dancers, silent #REMAINS BURLESQUEDANCERS SILENT auction and raffles, 21-pius; benefits AUCTIONANDRAFmES  PLUSBENElTS charity work in Dominican Republic; CHARITYWORKIN$OMINICAN2EPUBLIC Geno's Rock Club, Portland. 221-2382. 'ENOS2OCK#LUB 0ORTLAND  9 p.m. PM Poke Chop &The Other White Meat, 0OKE#HOP4HE/THER7HITE-EAT open blues jam, The Cage, Lewiston. OPENBLUESJAM 4HE#AGE ,EWISTON 783-0668. 8 p.m.  PM Band Beyond Description, jam-band "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAM BAND covers, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. COVERS  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND

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a night of spinning tunes. We didn't stick BOJHIUPGTQJOOJOHUVOFT8FEJEOUTUJDL around, but from past experience I know BSPVOE CVUGSPNQBTUFYQFSJFODF*LOPX With a few more questions, he decided blocks in one move, and my friend agreed, UIBUEBODFnPPSHFUTQSFUUZKBNQBDLFEBT that dance floor gets pretty jam-packed as CMPDLTJOPOFNPWF BOENZGSJFOEBHSFFE  8JUIBGFXNPSFRVFTUJPOT IFEFDJEFE to create a pink cocktail with a mix of Mal- TPXFPQUFEUPTUJDLXJUITJUUJOHBOETJQ so we opted to stick with sitting and sipthe night goes on. The Oasis does have an UIFOJHIUHPFTPO5IF0BTJTEPFTIBWFBO UPDSFBUFBQJOLDPDLUBJMXJUIBNJYPG.BM ibu, pineapple juice and some grenadine ping our drinks. outdoor space to enjoy music during the PVUEPPSTQBDFUPFOKPZNVTJDEVSJOHUIF QJOHPVSESJOLT JCV QJOFBQQMFKVJDFBOETPNFHSFOBEJOF for the color. It inspired my friend to order More people came in, and one guy summer, but as I mentioned before, it's TVNNFS CVUBT*NFOUJPOFECFGPSF JUT .PSFQFPQMFDBNFJO BOEPOFHVZ GPSUIFDPMPS*UJOTQJSFENZGSJFOEUPPSEFS ordered a Pabst Blue Ribbon. I was a second drink with a dash of grenadine. cold out this time of year. DPMEPVUUIJTUJNFPGZFBS PSEFSFEB1BCTU#MVF3JCCPO*XBT BTFDPOEESJOLXJUIBEBTIPGHSFOBEJOF All of these snazzy drinks were garnished UPUBMMZBNVTFEUIBUUIF0BTJTTFSWFTUIF totally amused that the Oasis serves the The minute my friend and I stepped out5IFNJOVUFNZGSJFOEBOE*TUFQQFEPVU "MMPGUIFTFTOB[[ZESJOLTXFSFHBSOJTIFE with fresh fruits, and cost just $7 apiece. 2 4-ounce can in a custom paper bag. It's side, it was back to the Maine winter realTJEF JUXBTCBDLUPUIF.BJOFXJOUFSSFBM PVODFDBOJOBDVTUPNQBQFSCBH*UT XJUIGSFTIGSVJUT BOEDPTUKVTUBQJFDF A band was setting up in the corner of apparently one of its signature things, but JUZ#VUUIF0BTJTEJEMFBWFNFESFBNJOH ity. But the Oasis did leave me dreaming BQQBSFOUMZPOFPGJUTTJHOBUVSFUIJOHT CVU "CBOEXBTTFUUJOHVQJOUIFDPSOFSPG of a warm summer night, enjoying drinks the bar space, and people started playso is its $9 Rum Pail - rum punch served PGBXBSNTVNNFSOJHIU FOKPZJOHESJOLT TPJTJUT3VN1BJMoSVNQVODITFSWFE UIFCBSTQBDF BOEQFPQMFTUBSUFEQMBZ ing the giant games Oasis has to offer in a plastic bucket. What more could you on the patio and the sounds of a live band. POUIFQBUJPBOEUIFTPVOETPGBMJWFCBOE JOBQMBTUJDCVDLFU8IBUNPSFDPVMEZPV JOHUIFHJBOUHBNFT0BTJTIBTUPPGGFS want? - two Connect Four boards and oversized XBOU oUXP$POOFDU'PVSCPBSETBOEPWFSTJ[FE wooden blocks stacked up to play Jenga. The bar was really filling up by the time Emma Bouthillette is a freelance writer who lives in 5IFCBSXBTSFBMMZmMMJOHVQCZUIFUJNF XPPEFOCMPDLTTUBDLFEVQUPQMBZ+FOHB 3[[O0]cbVWZZSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\ Biddeford. I knew I'd knock over the tower of Jenga we left around 8:30 p.m. as it got ready for 0WRRST]`R XFMFGUBSPVOEQNBTJUHPUSFBEZGPS *LOFX*ELOPDLPWFSUIFUPXFSPG+FOHB

Bartender Mike La Rose mixes up an Oasis Ocean Martini. 0O`bS\RS`;WYS:O@]aS[WfSac^O\=OaWa=QSO\;O`bW\W 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Retro Night, Asylum, Portland. 2ETRO.IGHT !SYLUM 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and "EER0ONG ,INE$ANCING +ARAOKEAND DJ B-set, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. $*" SET  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN $2. 784-7785. Doors at 6 p.m.  $OORSATPM Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, /PEN-IC.IGHT $EER2UN4AVERN Yarmouth. 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 9ARMOUTH TO PM Jerks of Grass, bluegrass, Bayside Bowl, *ERKSOF'RASS BLUEGRASS "AYSIDE"OWL Portland, 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM Spike Sikes, jazz/blues/pop, Blue, 3PIKE3IKES JAZZBLUESPOP "LUE Portland. Donation, 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM 6 p.m. PM Will Duval, folk, Blue, Portland. 7ILL$UVAL FOLK "LUE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Geoff Zimmerman and Pete Miller, 'EOFF:IMMERMANAND0ETE-ILLER singer-songwriters, Blue, Portland. SINGER SONGWRITERS "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 10 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Brian Patricks, singer-songwriter, "RIAN0ATRICKS SINGER SONGWRITER Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 6:30 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Steve Jones and Josh Robbins, acoustic, 3TEVE*ONESAND*OSH2OBBINS ACOUSTIC Run of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 571 2UNOFTHE-ILL"REWPUB 3ACO 9648. 8 to 11 p.m. TOPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Girls Rock!, Maine Academy of Modern 'IRLS2OCK -AINE!CADEMYOF-ODERN Music concert with Emilia Dahlin, The -USICCONCERTWITH%MILIA$AHLIN 4HE Oxymorons and Lady & The Tramps, /XYMORONSAND,ADY4HE4RAMPS Bayside Bowl, Portland. $8; $5 for "AYSIDE"OWL 0ORTLANDFOR

youth, maineacademyof modern music YOUTHMAINEACADEMYOFMODERNMUSIC .org. 6 to 9 p.m. ORGTOPM Daniel Higgs, indie, The Oak and the $ANIEL(IGGS INDIE 4HE/AKANDTHE Ax, Biddeford. $8. !X "IDDEFORDTHEOAKANDTHEAXBLOG 8 p.m. SPOTCOMPM Peterson Project, acoustic blues, 0ETERSON0ROJECT ACOUSTICBLUES White's Cue Connection, Gray. 6577HITES#UE#ONNECTION 'RAY 2266. 8 p.m. PM Moore and Lynch, acoustic blues, -OOREAND,YNCH ACOUSTICBLUES Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Ruckus Cup, emcee battle featuring 2UCKUS#UP EMCEEBATTLEFEATURING Prolyphic, A-frame and Mike Clouds, 0ROLYPHIC ! FRAMEAND-IKE#LOUDS ill by instinct and In the Attic, Big Easy, ILLBYINSTINCTAND)NTHE!TTIC "IG%ASY Portland, 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Station 85, hard-rock covers, RiRa, 3TATION HARD ROCKCOVERS 2I2A Portland, 10 p.m. 0ORTLANDRIRACOMPM In the Round with John Colvert, )NTHE2OUNDWITH*OHN#OLVERT jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Nick Young, alt-country, Blue, Portland. .ICK9OUNG ALT COUNTRY "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 8 $ONATIONPORTCITYMUSICHALLCOM p.m. PM Okbari, Middle Eastern music, Blue, /KBARI -IDDLE%ASTERNMUSIC "LUE Portland. Donation, 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM 10p.m. PM Gary Richardson, acoustic jazz and 'ARY2ICHARDSON ACOUSTICJAZZAND blues, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. BLUES 'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB 0ORTLAND 5 p.m. GINGKOBLUECOMPM

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UPO BMTP JTDVSSFOUMZJOUIFTFDPOEZFBSPGB ton, also 61, is currently in the second year of a UPVSDFMFCSBUJOHJUTUIBOOJWFSTBSZ4IFMEPO  tour celebrating its 35th anniversary. Sheldon, who has played off and on with Frampton all XIPIBTQMBZFEPGGBOEPOXJUI'SBNQUPOBMM these years, is on the tour with him. UIFTFZFBST JTPOUIFUPVSXJUIIJN During the tour, Frampton and his band have %VSJOHUIFUPVS 'SBNQUPOBOEIJTCBOEIBWF been playing three-hour shows that include all CFFOQMBZJOHUISFFIPVSTIPXTUIBUJODMVEFBMM the songs from "Frampton Comes Alive!" plus UIFTPOHTGSPNi'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFwQMVT others from his career. PUIFSTGSPNIJTDBSFFS 4IFMEPOUIJOLTUIFBMCVNTTVDDFTTXBTMBSHF Sheldon thinks the album's success was largely due to the songs. "They still sound great," he MZEVFUPUIFTPOHTi5IFZTUJMMTPVOEHSFBU wIF said. But another reason was the live energy TBJE#VUBOPUIFSSFBTPOXBTUIFMJWFFOFSHZ of the album and the fact that the audience is a PGUIFBMCVNBOEUIFGBDUUIBUUIFBVEJFODFJTB huge part of the record. IVHFQBSUPGUIFSFDPSE Sheldon said that wasn't an accident. Framp4IFMEPOTBJEUIBUXBTOUBOBDDJEFOU'SBNQ ton set out to make and market a live album, UPOTFUPVUUPNBLFBOENBSLFUBMJWFBMCVN  and he auditioned his band specifically for that BOEIFBVEJUJPOFEIJTCBOETQFDJmDBMMZGPSUIBU purpose. Sheldon was a young musician living QVSQPTF4IFMEPOXBTBZPVOHNVTJDJBOMJWJOH in Los Angeles when he heard about FrampJO-PT"OHFMFTXIFOIFIFBSEBCPVU'SBNQ ton's search. UPOTTFBSDI "I think Peter had called me in as a last resort. i*UIJOL1FUFSIBEDBMMFENFJOBTBMBTUSFTPSU I rolled my amp into the hotel (where Framp*SPMMFENZBNQJOUPUIFIPUFM XIFSF'SBNQ ton was staying) and auditioned right there. A UPOXBTTUBZJOH BOEBVEJUJPOFESJHIUUIFSF" month later, we were off on tour," said Sheldon. NPOUIMBUFS XFXFSFPGGPOUPVS wTBJE4IFMEPO "The brilliant thing about Peter was that he i5IFCSJMMJBOUUIJOHBCPVU1FUFSXBTUIBUIF knew that this could happen, that people really LOFXUIBUUIJTDPVMEIBQQFO UIBUQFPQMFSFBMMZ wanted live albums and they could be big. What XBOUFEMJWFBMCVNTBOEUIFZDPVMECFCJH8IBU he did different (from other live albums at the IFEJEEJGGFSFOU GSPNPUIFSMJWFBMCVNTBUUIF time) was mix in the audience so you can really UJNF XBTNJYJOUIFBVEJFODFTPZPVDBOSFBMMZ hear them." IFBSUIFNw The songs on the album are still played on 5IFTPOHTPOUIFBMCVNBSFTUJMMQMBZFEPO rock radio today, and stand out for their wonSPDLSBEJPUPEBZ BOETUBOEPVUGPSUIFJSXPO derful crowd interaction. Hits from the album EFSGVMDSPXEJOUFSBDUJPO)JUTGSPNUIFBMCVN include "Baby, I Love Your Way," "Show Me the JODMVEFi#BCZ *-PWF:PVS8BZ wi4IPX.FUIF Way" and "Do You Feel Like We Do?" 8BZwBOEi%P:PV'FFM-JLF8F%P w Sheldon said Frampton began to realize the 4IFMEPOTBJE'SBNQUPOCFHBOUPSFBMJ[FUIF power of live albums when he was in the band QPXFSPGMJWFBMCVNTXIFOIFXBTJOUIFCBOE Humble Pie with Steve Marriott of The Small )VNCMF1JFXJUI4UFWF.BSSJPUUPG5IF4NBMM

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selves. Winterland in particular stood out, and TFMWFT8JOUFSMBOEJOQBSUJDVMBSTUPPEPVU BOE the thoughts that Frampton and his band had UIFUIPVHIUTUIBU'SBNQUPOBOEIJTCBOEIBE leaving the stage that night were confirmed MFBWJOHUIFTUBHFUIBUOJHIUXFSFDPOmSNFE the next day when they heard the previous UIFOFYUEBZXIFOUIFZIFBSEUIFQSFWJPVT evening's tracks. FWFOJOHTUSBDLT "We walked in," Frampton said. "I remember i8FXBMLFEJO w'SBNQUPOTBJEi*SFNFNCFS looking at (guitarist/keyboardist) Bob Mayo, MPPLJOHBU HVJUBSJTULFZCPBSEJTU #PC.BZP  and we just went, 'Holy crap! Listen to that. The BOEXFKVTUXFOU A)PMZDSBQ-JTUFOUPUIBU5IF energy of that crowd and how we're playing, and FOFSHZPGUIBUDSPXEBOEIPXXFSFQMBZJOH BOE we got it (on tape).' It was one of those nights XFHPUJU POUBQF *UXBTPOFPGUIPTFOJHIUT when we came off that night, we all said, 'Oh my XIFOXFDBNFPGGUIBUOJHIU XFBMMTBJE A0INZ God, we recorded that. I can't believe it.'" (PE XFSFDPSEFEUIBU*DBOUCFMJFWFJUw That good night changed the course of 5IBUHPPEOJHIUDIBOHFEUIFDPVSTFPG Frampton's music career - and his life - forever. 'SBNQUPOTNVTJDDBSFFSoBOEIJTMJGFoGPSFWFS When "Frampton Comes Alive!" was released 8IFOi'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFwXBTSFMFBTFE in early 1976, the album took off like few records JOFBSMZ UIFBMCVNUPPLPGGMJLFGFXSFDPSET in history. It topped Billboard's album chart for JOIJTUPSZ*UUPQQFE#JMMCPBSETBMCVNDIBSUGPS 17 weeks, and was on that chart for more than XFFLT BOEXBTPOUIBUDIBSUGPSNPSFUIBO 90 weeks. XFFLT In the process, Frampton became the biggest *OUIFQSPDFTT 'SBNQUPOCFDBNFUIFCJHHFTU act in rock during 1975 and 1976, and a fateful BDUJOSPDLEVSJOHBOE BOEBGBUFGVM photograph that graced the cover of Rolling QIPUPHSBQIUIBUHSBDFEUIFDPWFSPG3PMMJOH Stone, showing a shirtless Frampton with his 4UPOF TIPXJOHBTIJSUMFTT'SBNQUPOXJUIIJT curly blonde hair flowing past his shoulders, DVSMZCMPOEFIBJSnPXJOHQBTUIJTTIPVMEFST  turned him into a pop-music idol. UVSOFEIJNJOUPBQPQNVTJDJEPM To mark the 35th anniversary of the album, the 5PNBSLUIFUIBOOJWFSTBSZPGUIFBMCVN UIF singer/guitarist has embarked on a marathon TJOHFSHVJUBSJTUIBTFNCBSLFEPOBNBSBUIPO tour where, for the first time since 1976, he's UPVSXIFSF GPSUIFmSTUUJNFTJODF IFT playing "Frampton Comes Alive!" in its entirety. QMBZJOHi'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFwJOJUTFOUJSFUZ On Tuesday, he'll play a sold-out show at the 0O5VFTEBZ IFMMQMBZBTPMEPVUTIPXBUUIF State Theatre in Portland. 4UBUF5IFBUSFJO1PSUMBOE In a way it's surprising to see Frampton *OBXBZ JUTTVSQSJTJOHUPTFF'SBNQUPO celebrate his most famous album this way DFMFCSBUFIJTNPTUGBNPVTBMCVNUIJTXBZ 


@= >F P E T E R FRA MPTON: >3B3@4@/;>B=<( µ4@/;>B=<1=;3A/:7D3!#B=C@¶ "FRAMPTON COMES ALIVE 35 TOUR" E63<(%(!^[BcSaROg WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday E63@3(AbObSBVSOb`S$'1]\U`SaaAb WHERE: State Theatre, 609 Congress St., >]`bZO\R Portland HOW MUCH: S O L D OUT 6=E;C16(A=:2=CB INFO:; 7<4=(AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#!

Faces. He left that band in 1971, then watched 'BDFT)FMFGUUIBUCBOEJO UIFOXBUDIFE the band's live album "Rockin' the Fillmore" UIFCBOETMJWFBMCVNi3PDLJOUIF'JMMNPSFw head up the charts. IFBEVQUIFDIBSUT But Humble Pie wasn't Frampton's only expe#VU)VNCMF1JFXBTOU'SBNQUPOTPOMZFYQF rience with the music business, having literally SJFODFXJUIUIFNVTJDCVTJOFTT IBWJOHMJUFSBMMZ grown up in it in England. He was playing in HSPXOVQJOJUJO&OHMBOE)FXBTQMBZJOHJO bands by age 10, and was a grammar-school CBOETCZBHF BOEXBTBHSBNNBSTDIPPM classmate of David Bowie. By the time he was DMBTTNBUFPG%BWJE#PXJF#ZUIFUJNFIFXBT 16, he was lead guitarist and singer of The  IFXBTMFBEHVJUBSJTUBOETJOHFSPG5IF Herd, which had a string of British pop hits. )FSE XIJDIIBEBTUSJOHPG#SJUJTIQPQIJUT So Frampton had a feel for music and audi4P'SBNQUPOIBEBGFFMGPSNVTJDBOEBVEJ ences when he put together his band to tour FODFTXIFOIFQVUUPHFUIFSIJTCBOEUPUPVS and make "Frampton Comes Alive!" into an BOENBLFi'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFwJOUPBO album. BMCVN "We just happened to capture the magic of i8FKVTUIBQQFOFEUPDBQUVSFUIFNBHJDPG live shows, even though we hadn't been togethMJWFTIPXT FWFOUIPVHIXFIBEOUCFFOUPHFUI er too long," said Sheldon. "We just all clicked." FSUPPMPOH wTBJE4IFMEPOi8FKVTUBMMDMJDLFEw During the last 35 years, Sheldon has taken %VSJOHUIFMBTUZFBST 4IFMEPOIBTUBLFO some time off from music to study Latin AmeriTPNFUJNFPGGGSPNNVTJDUPTUVEZ-BUJO"NFSJ can culture and music, and to get "healthy" DBODVMUVSFBOENVTJD BOEUPHFUiIFBMUIZw after years of drug addiction. When Frampton BGUFSZFBSTPGESVHBEEJDUJPO8IFO'SBNQUPO called him and asked him to tour again, he DBMMFEIJNBOEBTLFEIJNUPUPVSBHBJO IF quickly said yes. RVJDLMZTBJEZFT "I'm not crazy," he said. "When Peter calls, I i*NOPUDSB[Z wIFTBJEi8IFO1FUFSDBMMT * say 'Yeah!'" TBZ A:FBI w Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be contacted at 791-6454 or AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#"]` at: Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

because although it was a thrilling time for him, CFDBVTFBMUIPVHIJUXBTBUISJMMJOHUJNFGPSIJN  he struggled with becoming known not as a talIFTUSVHHMFEXJUICFDPNJOHLOPXOOPUBTBUBM ented guitarist, but a pop idol. It took him nearly FOUFEHVJUBSJTU CVUBQPQJEPM*UUPPLIJNOFBSMZ 30 years to once again shift the focus back to his ZFBSTUPPODFBHBJOTIJGUUIFGPDVTCBDLUPIJT skills as a guitarist and musician. TLJMMTBTBHVJUBSJTUBOENVTJDJBO Given the image issues, it's not surprising to (JWFOUIFJNBHFJTTVFT JUTOPUTVSQSJTJOHUP hear Frampton had some hesitations over doing IFBS'SBNQUPOIBETPNFIFTJUBUJPOTPWFSEPJOH the "Frampton Comes Alive!" tour. But two maUIFi'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWFwUPVS#VUUXPNB jor factors convinced him - he liked the idea of KPSGBDUPSTDPOWJODFEIJNoIFMJLFEUIFJEFBPG playing the entire album (including bonus cuts QMBZJOHUIFFOUJSFBMCVN JODMVEJOHCPOVTDVUT that were added in subsequent reissues), and he UIBUXFSFBEEFEJOTVCTFRVFOUSFJTTVFT BOEIF knew the show would be long enough to accomLOFXUIFTIPXXPVMECFMPOHFOPVHIUPBDDPN modate newer material. NPEBUFOFXFSNBUFSJBM "I don't think I can go out there and just do i*EPOUUIJOL*DBOHPPVUUIFSFBOEKVTUEP 'Frampton Comes Alive!' I've got to do the other A'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWF*WFHPUUPEPUIFPUIFS stuff as well," Frampton said. "I would feel TUVGGBTXFMM w'SBNQUPOTBJEi*XPVMEGFFM unfulfilled and (like I was) resting on my laurels VOGVMmMMFEBOE MJLF*XBT SFTUJOHPONZMBVSFMT and taking the easy way out. That's not it for me BOEUBLJOHUIFFBTZXBZPVU5IBUTOPUJUGPSNF at all. It's never been about that. I want to do BUBMM*UTOFWFSCFFOBCPVUUIBU*XBOUUPEP new material." OFXNBUFSJBMw Frampton's show for this tour achieves those 'SBNQUPOTTIPXGPSUIJTUPVSBDIJFWFTUIPTF goals. One set is the entire "Frampton Comes HPBMT0OFTFUJTUIFFOUJSFi'SBNQUPO$PNFT Alive!" performance, while the other set (which "MJWFwQFSGPSNBODF XIJMFUIFPUIFSTFU XIJDI brings the show to three hours) features his CSJOHTUIFTIPXUPUISFFIPVST GFBUVSFTIJT more recent material as well as some songs NPSFSFDFOUNBUFSJBMBTXFMMBTTPNFTPOHT from other parts his solo career and his Humble GSPNPUIFSQBSUTIJTTPMPDBSFFSBOEIJT)VNCMF Pie years. 1JFZFBST In a way this tour allows Frampton to use his *OBXBZ UIJTUPVSBMMPXT'SBNQUPOUPVTFIJT famous live album to introduce his other music GBNPVTMJWFBMCVNUPJOUSPEVDFIJTPUIFSNVTJD to a whole new audience. UPBXIPMFOFXBVEJFODF "There are some people that sort of shut down i5IFSFBSFTPNFQFPQMFUIBUTPSUPGTIVUEPXO after 'Frampton Comes Alive!', people who are BGUFSA'SBNQUPO$PNFT"MJWF QFPQMFXIPBSF (now) coming out for the first time," Frampton OPX DPNJOHPVUGPSUIFmSTUUJNF w'SBNQUPO said. "And it's a wonderful opportunity to say TBJEi"OEJUTBXPOEFSGVMPQQPSUVOJUZUPTBZ  'Well that's what you remember, now check this A8FMMUIBUTXIBUZPVSFNFNCFS OPXDIFDLUIJT out.'" PVUw Alan Sculley is a freelance writer. /ZO\AQcZZSgWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`


:fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 Continued from Page E22 Yarmouth: "L'Avventura: Chronicling Amy's 9ARMOUTHh,!VVENTURA#HRONICLING!MYS (mis) Adventures in Italia and Elsewhere," MIS !DVENTURESIN)TALIAAND%LSEWHERE v text and images by Amy Miller, through Feb. TEXTANDIMAGESBY!MY-ILLER THROUGH&EB 17.847-5423.   Thornton Oaks, Brunswick: Brunswick 4HORNTON/AKS "RUNSWICK"RUNSWICK High School art exhibit, through Friday. (IGH3CHOOLARTEXHIBIT THROUGH&RIDAY 729-8033.   Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick: #URTIS-EMORIAL,IBRARY "RUNSWICK "Explorations," work by Alan Mast, h%XPLORATIONS vWORKBY!LAN-AST through Feb. 29. 725-5242. THROUGH&EB  Chocolate Church Art Gallery, Bath: #HOCOLATE#HURCH!RT'ALLERY "ATH "Midwinter Night's Dream," group show, h-IDWINTER.IGHTS$REAM vGROUPSHOW through March 3. THROUGH-ARCHCHOCOLATECHURCHARTSORG Markings Gallery, Bath: "Maine Art to -ARKINGS'ALLERY "ATHh-AINE!RTTO Touch Your Heart," pieces in wood, clay, 4OUCH9OUR(EART vPIECESINWOOD CLAY fiber, metals, glass and more, through Feb. lBER METALS GLASSANDMORE THROUGH&EB 29. MARKINGSGALLERYCOM Topsham Public Library (Crooker Gallery):' 4OPSHAM0UBLIC,IBRARY#ROOKER'ALLERY  Fourth annual juried art exhibit, through &OURTHANNUALJURIEDARTEXHIBIT THROUGH Feb. 18. 725-1727. &EB  University of Southern Maine (Atrium 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!TRIUM Art Gallery), Lewiston: "The Inspired !RT'ALLERY ,EWISTONh4HE)NSPIRED Hand 5," juried artwork by Maine (AND vJURIEDARTWORKBY-AINE Crafts Association, through March 16. #RAFTS!SSOCIATION THROUGH-ARCH USMMAINEEDUATRIUMGALLERY University of Maine at Farmington Art 5NIVERSITYOF-AINEAT&ARMINGTON!RT Gallery: "Decor," featuring artists Clint 'ALLERYh$ECOR vFEATURINGARTISTS#LINT Fulkerson, Ian Henderson, Katrazyna &ULKERSON )AN(ENDERSON +ATRAZYNA Randall and Kate Russo, through, Feb. 12. 2ANDALLAND+ATE2USSO THROUGH &EB UMFMAINEEDU University of New England (Campus 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND#AMPUS Center), Biddeford: "Jazz Series," black#ENTER "IDDEFORDh*AZZ3ERIES vBLACK and-white paintings by Richard Payette, AND WHITEPAINTINGSBY2ICHARD0AYETTE thrvough March 2. THRVOUGH-ARCHUNEEDU York Public Library: "Winter Show," 9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARYh7INTER3HOW v paintings, sculptures, prints, photographs PAINTINGS SCULPTURES PRINTS PHOTOGRAPHS and mixed media presented by Ogunquit ANDMIXEDMEDIAPRESENTEDBY/GUNQUIT Art Association and York Library, through !RT!SSOCIATIONAND9ORK,IBRARY THROUGH March 3. 363-2818. -ARCH  York Art Association, York Harbor: "The 9ORK!RT!SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBORh4HE Image and the Word," artwork based on )MAGEANDTHE7ORD vARTWORKBASEDON writing, prose or poetry, through March 4. WRITING PROSEORPOETRY THROUGH-ARCH 363-4049.  


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Fryeburg Academy (Palmina F. and &RYEBURG!CADEMY0ALMINA&AND Stephen S. Pace Galleries of Art): 3TEPHEN30ACE'ALLERIESOF!RT  h3INGULAR4EN!RTISTS0ORTRAITSOF/BJECTS v "Singular: Ten Artists' Portraits of Objects," through March 18. 935-9232. THROUGH-ARCH  Red Door Pottery Studio, Kittery: "Focus 2ED$OOR0OTTERY3TUDIO +ITTERYh&OCUS on India," photos by New Hampshire ON)NDIA vPHOTOSBY.EW(AMPSHIRE craftsman Lawrence Elbroch, through CRAFTSMAN,AWRENCE%LBROCH THROUGH March 3 1 . 4 3 9 - 5 6 7 1 . -ARCH  Perimeter Gallery, Belfast: 0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFAST "Communique," paintings by Belfast artist h#OMMUNIQUE vPAINTINGSBY"ELFASTARTIST and gallery co-founder Freddy LaFage, ANDGALLERYCO FOUNDER&REDDY,A&AGE through Feb. 26. 338-0555. THROUGH&EB  University of Maine (Hutchinson Center), 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE(UTCHINSON#ENTER Belfast: Selections from the Elmer "ELFAST3ELECTIONSFROMTHE%LMER Montgomery collection and "The Atlantic -ONTGOMERYCOLLECTIONANDh4HE!TLANTIC Fisherman," Penobscot Marine Museum &ISHERMAN v0ENOBSCOT-ARINE-USEUM traveling exhibition, through April 30. TRAVELINGEXHIBITION THROUGH!PRIL PENOBSCOTMARINEMUSEUMORG Belfast Co-op Cafe Gallery: "Maine "ELFAST#O OP#AFE'ALLERYh-AINE Agriculture: Views from the Past," !GRICULTURE6IEWSFROMTHE0AST v Penobscot Marine Museum traveling 0ENOBSCOT-ARINE-USEUMTRAVELING exhibition, through Feb. 29. penobscot EXHIBITION THROUGH&EBPENOBSCOT MARINEMUSEUMORG Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, #ENTERFOR&URNITURE#RAFTSMANSHIP Rockport: "Maine Wood 2012," 2OCKPORTh-AINE7OOD v biennial juried exhibition of outstanding BIENNIALJURIEDEXHIBITIONOFOUTSTANDING Maine woodworkers, through Friday. -AINEWOODWORKERS THROUGH&RIDAY WOODSCHOOLORG Craft, Camden: Pottery by Barbara #RAFT #AMDEN0OTTERYBY"ARBARA Michelena, Hanako Kanazato and George -ICHELENA (ANAKO+ANAZATOAND'EORGE Pearlman, through May 1. 0EARLMAN THROUGH-AYCRAFTONELMCOM Bangor Public Library: Minako McKenzie, "ANGOR0UBLIC,IBRARY-INAKO-C+ENZIE pencil and monochromatic portraits, PENCILANDMONOCHROMATICPORTRAITS through Feb. 29. 947-8336. THROUGH&EB  College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor: #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC "AR(ARBOR "Word as Art," images combining words h7ORDAS!RT vIMAGESCOMBININGWORDS and art, through Friday; "Biology Through ANDART THROUGH&RIDAYh"IOLOGY4HROUGH the Lens" and "The Faces of Migration: THE,ENSvANDh4HE&ACESOF-IGRATION Illustrations of Birds on Great Duck )LLUSTRATIONSOF"IRDSON'REAT$UCK Island," photography by students and )SLAND vPHOTOGRAPHYBYSTUDENTSAND artwork by Jordan Chalfant and Anna ARTWORKBY*ORDAN#HALFANTAND!NNA Stunkel, both through March 10. 2883TUNKEL BOTHTHROUGH-ARCH 5015.  Archipelago, Rockland: "All Things Bright !RCHIPELAGO 2OCKLANDh!LL4HINGS"RIGHT and Beautiful," diverse works of four AND"EAUTIFUL vDIVERSEWORKSOFFOUR Maine artists, through March 16. 596-AINEARTISTS THROUGH-ARCH 0701.; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! Feb. 16 - M i r a n d a L a m b e r t , 7:30 4SP$³;W`O\RO:O[PS`b%(! p.m., Mullins Center, A m h e r s t , Mass. ^[;cZZW\a1S\bS`/[VS`ab;Oaa $ 3 5 . 3 5 t o $61.35. T i c k e t m a s t e r . c o m ; !#!#b]$!#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! Feb. 16 - J o n n y L a n g , 7:30 p.m., The 4SP$³8]\\g:O\U%(!^[BVS Music Hall, P o r t s m o u t h , N.H. $ 4 9 t o ;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6"'b] $ 6 2 .BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!"!$; ( 6 0 3 ) 4 3 6 $ 2" 400 Feb. 23 - L a u r y n Hill, 8 p.m., H o u s e 4SP !³:Oc`g\6WZZ&^[6]caS o f Blues, B o s t o n . $57.50 t o $75. ]T0ZcSa0]ab]\#%#b]%#; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Feb. 23 - Blake S h e l t o n , 7:30 p.m., 4SP !³0ZOYSAVSZb]\%(!^[ DCU Center, W o r c e s t e r , Mass. 21C1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa $38.40 to $63.85.; !&"b]$!&#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! Feb. 24 - The T e m p t a t i o n s , 8 p.m., 4SP "³BVSBS[^bObW]\a&^[ The Music Hall, P o r t s m o u t h , N.H. BVS;caWQ6OZZ>]`ba[]cbV<6 $ 4 4 t o $ 5 2 .BVS[caWQVOZZ]`U)$!; (603) ""b]# 4 3 6 - 2" 400 "!$ Feb. 26 - Steel Pulse, G a l a c t i c a n d 4SP $³AbSSZ>cZaS5OZOQbWQO\R The Soul Rebels, 8 p.m., H o u s e BVSA]cZ@SPSZa&^[6]caS o f Blues, B o s t o n . $27.50 to $35. ]T0ZcSa0]ab]\ %#b]!#; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Feb. 26 - H a r l e m G l o b e t r o t t e r s , 2 4SP $³6O`ZS[5Z]PSb`]bbS`a p.m., D C U Center, W o r c e s t e r , Mass. ^[21C1S\bS`E]`QSabS`;Oaa $ 3 0 t o $143.20.; !b]"! BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! Feb. 2&³<]/\bWR]bSB]c`eWbV 8 - N o A n t i d o t e Tour w i t h 4SP T w o Fresh a n d Nit Grit, 8 p.m., Be]4`SaVO\R<Wb5`Wb&^[ Paradise R o c k Club, B o s t o n . $ 2 0. >O`ORWaS@]QY1ZcP0]ab]\; ( 8 0 0 ) 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! Feb. 2'³/cUcab0c`\a@SReWbV 9 - A u g u s t Burns Red w i t h 4SP Silverstein, Texas in J u l y a n d The AWZdS`abSW\BSfOaW\8cZgO\RBVS Breather, 7:15 p.m., H o u s e of Blues, 0`SObVS`%(#^[6]caS]T0ZcSa B o s t o n . $ 2:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& 0.; ( 8 0 0 ) 0]ab]\ 745-3000 %"#!


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"HAVE A NICE DAY" SMILEY FACES: Fresh from the Summer of Love, the i)"7&"/*$&%":w4.*-&:'"$&4'SFTIGSPNUIF4VNNFSPG-PWF UIF youth of the early '70s had a lot to smile about. Capturing this spirit (and some would ZPVUIPGUIFFBSMZTIBEBMPUUPTNJMFBCPVU$BQUVSJOHUIJTTQJSJU BOETPNFXPVME say parodying the cynical politics of the day) were two icons of the decade: The TBZQBSPEZJOHUIFDZOJDBMQPMJUJDTPGUIFEBZ XFSFUXPJDPOTPGUIFEFDBEF5IF bright yellow smiley face and the related salutation "have a nice day." Initially CSJHIUZFMMPXTNJMFZGBDFBOEUIFSFMBUFETBMVUBUJPOiIBWFBOJDFEBZw*OJUJBMMZ created by an advertising firm for an insurance company client, the smiley DSFBUFECZBOBEWFSUJTJOHmSNGPSBOJOTVSBODFDPNQBOZDMJFOU UIFTNJMFZ face and the accompanying phrase was everywhere - on buttons, GBDFBOEUIFBDDPNQBOZJOHQISBTFXBTFWFSZXIFSFoPOCVUUPOT  stickers, T-shirts, piggy banks, coffee mugs and even underTUJDLFST 5TIJSUT QJHHZCBOLT DPGGFFNVHTBOEFWFOVOEFS wear. XFBS PET ROCKS: In a land of conspicuous con1&530$,4*OBMBOEPGDPOTQJDVPVTDPO sumption, it can be hard to come TVNQUJPO JUDBOCFIBSEUPDPNF Please see GROOVY, Page E28 Gc\Xj\j\\5@==DGGX^\<)/

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1PSUSBJUTPG"DUPSTBOE"SUJTUTw1MVTBMMPG Portraits of Actors and Artists." Plus all of the museum's galleries. UIFNVTFVNTHBMMFSJFT 4PJGZPVSFBDPMMFHFTUVEFOU ZPVNJHIU So if you're a college student, you might want to stop by the PMA tonight to see XBOUUPTUPQCZUIF1."UPOJHIUUPTFF XIBUUIJTBSUNVTFVNUIJOHJTBMMBCPVU what this art museum thing is all about. Because even a college student can't live #FDBVTFFWFOBDPMMFHFTUVEFOUDBOUMJWF POQJ[[BBOESPDLCBOETBMPOF on pizza and rock bands alone. 

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FAIRS/FESTIVALS N&!)23&%34)6!,3 South Portland Rotary Club Winter Festival, 3OUTH0ORTLAND2OTARY#LUB7INTER&ESTIVAL family skating party, snowman-making contest, FAMILYSKATINGPARTY SNOWMAN MAKINGCONTEST scavenger hunt, band concerts and more, Mill SCAVENGERHUNT BANDCONCERTSANDMORE -ILL Creek Park and Thomas Knight Park, South #REEK0ARKAND4HOMAS+NIGHT0ARK 3OUTH Portland. Free, 0ORTLAND&REEWWWFACEBOOKCOMDANMOOERS 5 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday PM&RIDAYAMTOPM3ATURDAY Ice and Smelt Festival, reading, storytelling, )CEAND3MELT&ESTIVAL READING STORYTELLING refreshments, local art, games, contests and REFRESHMENTS LOCALART GAMES CONTESTSAND parade, Merrymeeting Arts Center, Bowdoinham. PARADE -ERRYMEETING!RTS#ENTER "OWDOINHAM 710-0349. 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday; 10a.m. to 4  TOPM&RIDAYAMTO p.m. Saturday. PM3ATURDAY Winter Carnival and Centennial Extravaganza, 7INTER#ARNIVALAND#ENTENNIAL%XTRAVAGANZA sledding, music, hot chocolate, skating, sleigh SLEDDING MUSIC HOTCHOCOLATE SKATING SLEIGH rides, snow-sculpture contest, chocolate lounge RIDES SNOW SCULPTURECONTEST CHOCOLATELOUNGE and ice bar, St. Joseph's College, Standish. Free; ANDICEBAR 3T*OSEPHS#OLLEGE 3TANDISH&REE $9 for brunch, $10 for dinner. 893-7890. 6 to 8 FORBRUNCH FORDINNER TO p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. Saturday. PM&RIDAYAM3ATURDAY Longfellow Days, month-long celebration ,ONGFELLOW$AYS MONTH LONGCELEBRATION of readings, tours, dinners, films and more OFREADINGS TOURS DINNERS lLMSANDMORE honoring Henry W. Longfellow, various HONORING(ENRY7,ONGFELLOW VARIOUS locations, Brunswick. Various prices. LOCATIONS "RUNSWICK6ARIOUSPRICES BRUNSWICKDOWNTOWNCOMLONGFELLOWDAYS Saturday to Feb. 26. 3ATURDAYTO&EB Chinese New Year Festival, dance program, #HINESE.EW9EAR&ESTIVAL DANCEPROGRAM martial arts demos, children's activities, panel MARTIALARTSDEMOS CHILDRENSACTIVITIES PANEL discussion, food and more, Westbrook Performing DISCUSSION FOODANDMORE 7ESTBROOK0ERFORMING


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Rockland. $10, $12. 596-6256. 6 p.m. 2OCKLAND  PM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 "Retrospective: The Films ofTerrence Malick," h2ETROSPECTIVE4HE&ILMSOF4ERRENCE-ALICK v Strand Theatre, Rockland. $7.50. 594-0070. "The 3TRAND4HEATRE 2OCKLAND h4HE Thin Red Line" (1998), 3 p.m. 4HIN2ED,INEv PM Fly Fishing Film Tour, preceded by silent auction, &LY&ISHING&ILM4OUR PRECEDEDBYSILENTAUCTION Fryeburg Academy (Leura Hill Eastman Performing &RYEBURG!CADEMY,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING Arts Center). $12 in advance; $15 day of show. !RTS#ENTER INADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 935-9232. 6:30 p.m.  PM MONDAY -/.$!9 "West Side Story" (1961), classic Oscar-winning h7EST3IDE3TORYv CLASSIC/SCAR WINNING musical, Skidompha Library, Damariscotta. $5/ MUSICAL 3KIDOMPHA,IBRARY $AMARISCOTTA donation. 563-5513. 6:30 p.m. DONATION PM "Devil Got My Woman," blues footage h$EVIL'OT-Y7OMAN vBLUESFOOTAGE from historic 1966 Newport Folk Festival, FROMHISTORIC.EWPORT&OLK&ESTIVAL One Longfellow Square, Portland. $7. /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM

*ANET-ENDELSOHN AUTHOROFh-AINES-USEUMS Janet Mendelsohn, author of "Maine's Museums: !RT /DDITIESAND!RTIFACTS v9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY Art, Oddities and Artifacts," York Public Library. &REEYORKLIBMEUS.OON Free, Noon. FRIDAY &2)$!9 h#OLONIAL(OUSE2EVISITED*OHN"EAR "Colonial House Revisited: John Bear Reminisces," with storyteller, author and actor 2EMINISCES vWITHSTORYTELLER AUTHORANDACTOR John Bear Mitchell, Ricker Memorial Library, *OHN"EAR-ITCHELL 2ICKER-EMORIAL,IBRARY Poland Spring. 998-4390. Book signing at 6:30 0OLAND3PRING "OOKSIGNINGAT p.m.; program at 7 p.m. PMPROGRAMATPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Poetry Reading and Commentary, with Maggie 0OETRY2EADINGAND#OMMENTARY WITH-AGGIE Finch and Jerry Day, Brunswick Inn on Park Row. &INCHAND*ERRY$AY "RUNSWICK)NNON0ARK2OW Free. 721-0141.2 p.m. &REE PM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Ted Bookey, Helene McGlauflin and Ricardo 4ED"OOKEY (ELENE-C'LAUmINAND2ICARDO Zarate, poetry reading, Curtis Memorial Library, :ARATE POETRYREADING #URTIS-EMORIAL,IBRARY Brunswick. Free. 721-0141. 1 p.m. "RUNSWICK&REE PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 "Chats w i t h Champions," with Martha White, h#HATSWITH#HAMPIONS vWITH-ARTHA7HITE author of "In the Words of E.B. White," Skidompha AUTHOROFh)NTHE7ORDSOF%"7HITE v3KIDOMPHA Library, Damariscotta. 563-5513. 10 a.m. ,IBRARY $AMARISCOTTA AM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Toure, journalist and commentator, Bates College 4OURE JOURNALISTANDCOMMENTATOR "ATES#OLLEGE (Benjamin Mays Center), Lewiston. 786-8303. "ENJAMIN-AYS#ENTER ,EWISTON  7:30 p.m. PM FEB. 9 &%" Dawn Potter and Meg Kearney, poetry reading, $AWN0OTTERAND-EG+EARNEY POETRYREADING Bates College (Edmund S. Muskie Archives), "ATES#OLLEGE%DMUND3-USKIE!RCHIVES Lewiston. Free. 786-6256. 7:30 p.m. ,EWISTON&REE PM

PRO SPORTS N02/30/243 Portland Pirates, AHL affiliate of the Phoenix 0ORTLAND0IRATES !(,AFlLIATEOFTHE0HOENIX #OYOTES #UMBERLAND#OUNTY#IVIC#ENTER Coyotes, Cumberland County Civic Center, 0ORTLANDTO 6S"RIDGEPORT  Portland. $12 to $20. 828-4665. Vs. Bridgeport, 7 p.m. Friday; Vs. Binghamton, 7 p.m. Saturday. PM&RIDAY6S"INGHAMTON PM3ATURDAY

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Cha Cha Lessons and Dance, music by Fred #HA#HA,ESSONSAND$ANCE MUSICBY&RED Dunn of Seacoast Ballroom, Avant Dance & Event $UNNOF3EACOAST"ALLROOM !VANT$ANCE%VENT Center, Westbrook. $12. Lesson #ENTER 7ESTBROOKAVANTMAINECOM,ESSON at 7:15 p.m.; dance 8 to 10:30 p.m. Friday. ATPMDANCETOPM&RIDAY Swing Dance, music by The Blue W i l l o w Band, 3WING$ANCE MUSICBY4HE"LUE7ILLOW"AND Wescustogo Hall, North Yarmouth. $8. 653-5012. 7ESCUSTOGO(ALL .ORTH9ARMOUTH  WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Lesson at 7 p.m.; dance at 8 p.m. Friday. ,ESSONATPMDANCEATPM&RIDAY "Porgy and Bess" (1959), Dunaway Center, h0ORGYAND"ESSv $UNAWAY#ENTER Contra Dance, with music by The Don Ray #ONTRA$ANCE WITHMUSICBY4HE$ON2AY Ogunquit. Free. 646-7055. 7 p.m. /GUNQUIT&REE PM Quartet and caller Adina Gordon; bring "Lourdes" (2009), in French with English subtitles, 1UARTETANDCALLER!DINA'ORDONBRING h,OURDESv IN&RENCHWITH%NGLISHSUBTITLES clean non-street shoes for dancing; Falmouth Bowdoin College (Kresge Auditorium), Brunswick. CLEANNON STREETSHOESFORDANCING&ALMOUTH "OWDOIN#OLLEGE+RESGE!UDITORIUM "RUNSWICK Congregational Church. $5 to $10; free for Free. 725-3465. 7 p.m. &REE PM #ONGREGATIONAL#HURCHTOFREEFOR children under age 5. 358-9354. 7:15 p.m. CHILDRENUNDERAGE PM Saturday. FEB. 9 &%" 3ATURDAY Foreign Films in February, Rockland Library. Free. #ONTRA$ANCE WITH4HE"IG-OOSE#ONTRA$ANCE &OREIGN&ILMSIN&EBRUARY 2OCKLAND,IBRARY&REE Contra Dance, with The Big Moose Contra Dance 594-0310. "Welcome" (2009), in French, English  h7ELCOMEv IN&RENCH %NGLISH Band and caller Chrissy Fowler, College of the "ANDANDCALLER#HRISSY&OWLER #OLLEGEOFTHE and Kurdish with English subtitles, 6:30 p.m. AND+URDISHWITH%NGLISHSUBTITLES PM Atlantic (Gates Center), Bar Harbor. $6; free for !TLANTIC'ATES#ENTER "AR(ARBORFREEFOR children. 288-5015. Lessons at 7:30 p.m.; dance CHILDREN ,ESSONSATPMDANCE at 8 p.m. Saturday. ATPM3ATURDAY BOOKS/AUTHORS N"//+3!54(/23 International Folk Dance, dances from the )NTERNATIONAL&OLK$ANCE DANCESFROMTHE Balkans, Israel, France, Greece and around the "ALKANS )SRAEL &RANCE 'REECEANDAROUNDTHE TODAY 4/$!9 world, The New Church, Portland. $5; $3 for WORLD 4HE.EW#HURCH 0ORTLANDFOR Tracy Ann Lord, author of "Good Catch," 4RACY!NN,ORD AUTHOROFh'OOD#ATCH v children. 776-5351. 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. CHILDREN TOPM3UNDAY Rockland Library. 594-0310. 6:30 p.m. 2OCKLAND,IBRARY PM

9:40 Sat-Sun (all 3D) 12, 2:20,4:40, 7:20, 9:40 '("AObAc\OZZ!2 ( "("%( '(" Mon-Wed (all 3D) 2:20, 4:40, 7:20, 9:40; Cinemagic ;]\ESROZZ!2 ( "("%( '(")1W\S[OUWQ Westbrook Today (all 3D) 11:50, 2,4:20, 6:50, 9:10 FriESabP`]]YB]ROgOZZ!2(# "( $(#'(4`W Wed (all 3D) 11:50, 2,4:20, 6:40, 9:10; Cinemagic Saco ESROZZ!2(# "( $("'()1W\S[OUWQAOQ] Today 12,12:15 (3D IMAX), 2, 2:20 (3D IMAX), 4,4:30 B]ROg  (#!27;/F ( !27;/F""(! (3D IMAX), 7 (3D IMAX), 7:15, 9:10 (3D IMAX), 9:20 Fri!27;/F%!27;/F%(#'(!27;/F'( 4`W Wed (all 3D IMAX) 12:15 4:30, 7, 9:10; Brunswick ESROZZ!27;/F (#, 2:20, ( "(!%'()0`c\aeWQY 10 Today (all 3D) 1:15, 4:30, 7:30,10; Falmouth 10 Today B]ROgOZZ!2(#"(!%(!)4OZ[]cbVB]ROg (all 3D) 4:45, 7:35 OZZ!2"("#%(!# "WAR HORSE" (PG-13) (2:26) Stars Jeremy Irvine, µE/@6=@A3¶>5! ( $AbO`a8S`S[g7`dW\S Peter Mullan and Emily Watson. Directed by Steven >SbS`;cZZO\O\R3[WZgEOba]\2W`SQbSRPgAbSdS\ Spielberg. Set during World War I in Europe, a young A^WSZPS`UASbRc`W\UE]`ZREO`7W\3c`]^SOg]c\U man meets and trains a horse. The pair are forced to [O\[SSbaO\Rb`OW\aOV]`aSBVS^OW`O`ST]`QSRb] part, and the film follows the horse's journey as he ^O`bO\RbVS¿Z[T]ZZ]eabVSV]`aS¸aX]c`\SgOaVS moves through the war and the lives he touches along []dSabV`]cUVbVSeO`O\RbVSZWdSaVSb]cQVSaOZ]\U the way. bVSeOg

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Continued from Page E25 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 # 2ICK-ILLER(IS"AND #HICAGOBLUES Rick Miller & His Band, Chicago blues, 'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB 0ORTLAND Gingko Blue Jazz Club, Portland. 9 p.m. GINGKOBLUECOMPM 3UNRUNNERS #ONFUSATRONAND4HE Sunrunners, Confusatron and The Highway, indie rock, 21-pius; Geno's Rock (IGHWAY INDIEROCK  PLUS'ENOS2OCK #LUB 0ORTLAND &OLLOWS Club, Portland. 221-2382. Follows 5:30 p.m. art show. PMARTSHOW Plague, industrial night, Asylum 0LAGUE INDUSTRIALNIGHT !SYLUM (basement), Portland. $5; $2 before 9:30 BASEMENT 0ORTLANDBEFORE p.m. 9:30 p.m. PMPORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM &IRST&RIDAY3ALSA WITH2ADIO-AMBO First Friday Salsa, with Radio Mambo, Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. $6. %MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM

SUNDAY 35.$!9 Stephanie Hayward, vocals and 3TEPHANIE(AYWARD VOCALSAND keyboards, Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. KEYBOARDS !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 5:30 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM The Couch, open mic with host John Nels 4HE#OUCH OPENMICWITHHOST*OHN.ELS and guest artist Joe Gallant, Empire Dine ANDGUESTARTIST*OE'ALLANT %MPIRE$INE and Dance, Portland, AND$ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOM 9 p.m. PM Rhythmic Cypher, open mic of spoken2HYTHMIC#YPHER OPENMICOFSPOKEN word poetry with live music, 21-plus; WORDPOETRYWITHLIVEMUSIC  PLUS Slainte, Portland. 828-0900. 8 p.m. 3LAINTE 0ORTLAND PM MONDAY -/.$!9 Frank Hopkins & Friends, funk, with &RANK(OPKINS&RIENDS FUNK WITH Supersonics, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. 3UPERSONICS  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Trivia Night, Run of the Mill Brewpub, 4RIVIA.IGHT 2UNOFTHE-ILL"REWPUB

TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Mike Krapovicky, contemporary acoustic -IKE+RAPOVICKY CONTEMPORARYACOUSTIC rock, Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. ROCK !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 6 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Chas Lester Trio, jazz, soul and funk, all #HAS,ESTER4RIO JAZZ SOULANDFUNK ALL ages; Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. AGES%MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Karaoke Night with DJ Ponyfarm, 21+ARAOKE.IGHTWITH$*0ONYFARM  plus; Slainte, Portland. $3, $5. 553-2350. PLUS3LAINTE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. SLAINTEWINEBARCOMPM Open Mic Night with Slack Master, Run /PEN-IC.IGHTWITH3LACK-ASTER 2UN of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 571-9648. 8 to OFTHE-ILL"REWPUB 3ACO TO 11 p.m. PM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Al Dente's Inferno, ragtime, Blue, Portland. !L$ENTES)NFERNO RAGTIME "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 7:30 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Traditional Irish Session, Irish music, Blue, 4RADITIONAL)RISH3ESSION )RISHMUSIC "LUE Portland. Donation, 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM 9:30 p.m. PM Rap Night, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. $3. 2AP.IGHT  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Mitch Alden, acoustic, RiRa, Portland. -ITCH!LDEN ACOUSTIC 2I2A 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. RIRACOMPM Open Mic Night, Slainte, Portland. 553/PEN-IC.IGHT 3LAINTE 0ORTLAND 2350.8p.m. PM Poke Chop &The Other White Meat, blues 0OKE#HOP4HE/THER7HITE-EAT BLUES jam, The Venue, portland. 541-9045. 7 JAM 4HE6ENUE PORTLAND  p.m. PM David Beam and The Custom House Gang, $AVID"EAMAND4HE#USTOM(OUSE'ANG blues and Americana, Andy's Old Port Pub, BLUESAND!MERICANA !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 7:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Octane, swing/jazz, Gingko Blue Jazz /CTANE SWINGJAZZ 'INGKO"LUE*AZZ Club, Portland, 6 p.m. #LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM Karaoke with DJ Johnny Red, Asylum, +ARAOKEWITH$**OHNNY2ED !SYLUM Portland, 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDPORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM

FEB. 9 &%" Biohazard and Madball, rap/metal/punk, "IOHAZARDAND-ADBALL RAPMETALPUNK with Sworn Enemy and Blue Collar WITH3WORN%NEMYAND"LUE#OLLAR Product, 21-plus; Asylum, Portland. 0RODUCT  PLUS!SYLUM 0ORTLAND $18 in advance; $21 day of show. INADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM Waylon Speed, country-metal, with 7AYLON3PEED COUNTRY METAL WITH Hobson's Choice and Whale Oil, (OBSONS#HOICEAND7HALE/IL Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. $4. %MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9:30 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Alan and Erb, Americana, Andy's Old Port !LANAND%RB !MERICANA !NDYS/LD0ORT Pub, Portland, 0UB 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOM 6:30 p.m. PM Scratch, Run of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 3CRATCH 2UNOFTHE-ILL"REWPUB 3ACO 571-9648. 8 to 11 p.m.  TOPM Tony Boffa Quartet, cool jazz, Gingko 4ONY"OFFA1UARTET COOLJAZZ 'INGKO Blue Jazz Club, Portland, "LUE*AZZ#LUB 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOM 8 p.m. PM Poke Chop &The Other White Meat, open 0OKE#HOP4HE/THER7HITE-EAT OPEN blues jam, The Cage, Lewiston. 783-0668. BLUESJAM 4HE#AGE ,EWISTON  8 p.m. PM Band Beyond Description, jam-band "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAM BAND covers, 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. COVERS  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Beer Pong, Line Dancing, Karaoke and DJ "EER0ONG ,INE$ANCING +ARAOKEAND$* B-set, 21-plus; ClubTexas, Auburn. $2. 784" SET  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN 7785. Doors at 6 p.m. $OORSATPM Open Mic Night, Deer Run Tavern, /PEN-IC.IGHT $EER2UN4AVERN Yarmouth. 846-9555. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. 9ARMOUTH TOPM Jerks of Grass, bluegrass, Bayside Bowl, *ERKSOF'RASS BLUEGRASS "AYSIDE"OWL Portland, 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM Maine Songwriters Association in -AINE3ONGWRITERS!SSOCIATIONIN the Round, Blue, Portland. Donation. THE2OUND "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Justin Lantrip, singer-songwriter, Blue, *USTIN,ANTRIP SINGER SONGWRITER "LUE Portland. Donation, 8 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM p.m. PM Trapparatus, funky jazz, Blue, Portland. 4RAPPARATUS FUNKYJAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 10 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM

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(and their hair), a sheepish BOEUIFJSIBJS BTIFFQJTI Christopher Plummer in a $ISJTUPQIFS1MVNNFSJOB muumim, a more annoying NVVNVV BNPSFBOOPZJOH robot than C-3PO and an SPCPUUIBO$10BOEBO all-around talent-lack. The BMMBSPVOEUBMFOUMBDL5IF fact that this was never lamGBDUUIBUUIJTXBTOFWFSMBN pooned on "Mystery Science QPPOFEPOi.ZTUFSZ4DJFODF Theater 3000" is a national 5IFBUFSwJTBOBUJPOBM tragedy. USBHFEZ


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cused of a ritual murder. As he DVTFEPGBSJUVBMNVSEFS"TIF delves into the case, ChamEFMWFTJOUPUIFDBTF $IBN berlain becomes increasingly CFSMBJOCFDPNFTJODSFBTJOHMZ haunted by visions of all of IBVOUFECZWJTJPOTPGBMMPG Australia being destroyed by a "VTUSBMJBCFJOHEFTUSPZFECZB cataclysmic tidal wave. HauntDBUBDMZTNJDUJEBMXBWF)BVOU ing, weird and ultimately terriJOH XFJSEBOEVMUJNBUFMZUFSSJ fying - although, sadly, George GZJOHoBMUIPVHI TBEMZ (FPSHF Kennedy does not appear. ,FOOFEZEPFTOPUBQQFBS WORST: "Meteor" (1979): 80345i.FUFPSw   As the 70s dribbled to a close, "TUIFTESJCCMFEUPBDMPTF  the "busload of stars slumUIFiCVTMPBEPGTUBSTTMVN ming for a paycheck in front NJOHGPSBQBZDIFDLJOGSPOU of unconvincing miniature PGVODPOWJODJOHNJOJBUVSF effects" trend culminated FGGFDUTwUSFOEDVMNJOBUFE in this pre-"Armageddon" JOUIJTQSFi"SNBHFEEPOw slog about the titular model TMPHBCPVUUIFUJUVMBSNPEFM boulder threatening a sixthCPVMEFSUISFBUFOJOHBTJYUI grader's model New York. HSBEFSTNPEFM/FX:PSL The likes of Sean Connery, 5IFMJLFTPG4FBO$POOFSZ  Henry Fonda, Natalie Wood, )FOSZ'POEB /BUBMJF8PPE  Karl Maiden, Trevor Howard ,BSM.BMEFO 5SFWPS)PXBSE and Brian Keith (looking very, BOE#SJBO,FJUI MPPLJOHWFSZ  very sheepish) mumble lines WFSZTIFFQJTI NVNCMFMJOFT like Connery's classic, "If you MJLF$POOFSZTDMBTTJD i*GZPV think you can prevent it by UIJOLZPVDBOQSFWFOUJUCZ burying your heads under a CVSZJOHZPVSIFBETVOEFSB blanket of (expletive), fine. If CMBOLFUPG FYQMFUJWF mOF*G you ever reach your decision, ZPVFWFSSFBDIZPVSEFDJTJPO  I'll be in the bar across the *MMCFJOUIFCBSBDSPTTUIF street." It's the only line he TUSFFUw*UTUIFPOMZMJOFIF delivers with some feeling. EFMJWFSTXJUITPNFGFFMJOH


BEST: "The Texas Chain#&45i5IF5FYBT$IBJO saw Massacre" (1974): TBX.BTTBDSFw   "Grindhouse" was rarely i(SJOEIPVTFwXBTSBSFMZ more literal than in this stillNPSFMJUFSBMUIBOJOUIJTTUJMM grueling low-budget legend HSVFMJOHMPXCVEHFUMFHFOE about a family of cannibal BCPVUBGBNJMZPGDBOOJCBM human-butchers and the IVNBOCVUDIFSTBOEUIF unpleasant vanload of young VOQMFBTBOUWBOMPBEPGZPVOH people they want to turn into QFPQMFUIFZXBOUUPUVSOJOUP sausage. The grimy, authenTBVTBHF5IFHSJNZ BVUIFO tically-disreputable atmoUJDBMMZEJTSFQVUBCMFBUNP sphere of "TCM" has never TQIFSFPGi5$.wIBTOFWFS been equalled. You should CFFOFRVBMMFE:PVTIPVME probably be grateful... QSPCBCMZCFHSBUFGVMy WORST (TIE): "I Spit on 80345 5*& i*4QJUPO Your Grave" (1978) and "The :PVS(SBWFw  BOEi5IF Last House on the Left" -BTU)PVTFPOUIF-FGUw (1972): I'm not condemning  *NOPUDPOEFNOJOH the exploitative rape-iness UIFFYQMPJUBUJWFSBQFJOFTT of these notorious cult films, PGUIFTFOPUPSJPVTDVMUmMNT  necessarily; I love movie OFDFTTBSJMZ*MPWFNPWJF sleaze in all its forms. I call TMFB[FJOBMMJUTGPSNT*DBMM out these dirtbag-favorite PVUUIFTFEJSUCBHGBWPSJUF flicks for making it clear that nJDLTGPSNBLJOHJUDMFBSUIBU the directors (Meir Zarchi UIFEJSFDUPST .FJS;BSDIJ and Wes Craven, respecBOE8FT$SBWFO SFTQFD tively) were cynically getting UJWFMZ XFSFDZOJDBMMZHFUUJOH off on the degradation of their PGGPOUIFEFHSBEBUJPOPGUIFJS various heroines. WBSJPVTIFSPJOFT


BEST: "Enter the Dragon" #&45i&OUFSUIF%SBHPOw (1973): Was there ever any  8BTUIFSFFWFSBOZ doubt?/PBDUJPOTUBS JOUIF No action star, in the EPVCU history of movies, has ever IJTUPSZPGNPWJFT IBTFWFS been more charismatic, sexy, CFFONPSFDIBSJTNBUJD TFYZ  graceful or legitimately forHSBDFGVMPSMFHJUJNBUFMZGPS midable than Bruce Lee, and NJEBCMFUIBO#SVDF-FF BOE this is his best movie. Sure, UIJTJTIJTCFTUNPWJF4VSF  it's got problems, as do all JUTHPUQSPCMFNT BTEPBMM Lee's (sadly meager) roster of -FFT TBEMZNFBHFS SPTUFSPG films. Still, as Lee infiltrates mMNT4UJMM BT-FFJOmMUSBUFT the now-cliche martial arts UIFOPXDMJDIFNBSUJBMBSUT tournament on the now-reqUPVSOBNFOUPOUIFOPXSFR uisite evil crimelord's private VJTJUFFWJMDSJNFMPSETQSJWBUF island and defeats formidable JTMBOEBOEEFGFBUTGPSNJEBCMF psychos Bolo Yeung and Bob QTZDIPT#PMP:FVOHBOE#PC Wall - and then an entire army 8BMMoBOEUIFOBOFOUJSFBSNZ - there has never been a more oUIFSFIBTOFWFSCFFOBNPSF thrilling screen presence, of UISJMMJOHTDSFFOQSFTFODF PG any genre, ever. BOZHFOSF FWFS WORST: "Bruce Lee Fights Back From the 80345i#SVDF-FF'JHIUT#BDL'SPNUIF Grave" (1976): As if to prove how irreplaceable (SBWFw  "TJGUPQSPWFIPXJSSFQMBDFBCMF Lee was, an entire industry sprang up (called -FFXBT BOFOUJSFJOEVTUSZTQSBOHVQ DBMMFE "Bruceploitation") after Lee's death, churning i#SVDFQMPJUBUJPOw BGUFS-FFTEFBUI DIVSOJOH out martial-arts knockoffs capitalizing on the PVUNBSUJBMBSUTLOPDLPGGTDBQJUBMJ[JOHPOUIF man's legacy. I chose this one not necessarily NBOTMFHBDZ*DIPTFUIJTPOFOPUOFDFTTBSJMZ because of its awfulness, but because of its CFDBVTFPGJUTBXGVMOFTT CVUCFDBVTFPGJUT utter shamelessness -1 mean, having faux VUUFSTIBNFMFTTOFTTo*NFBO IBWJOHGBVY Bruce rise from his (cheesy, box-lettered) #SVDFSJTFGSPNIJT DIFFTZ CPYMFUUFSFE  grave because he made a deal with the devil? HSBWFCFDBVTFIFNBEFBEFBMXJUIUIFEFWJM That's totally karate kick-worthy... 5IBUTUPUBMMZLBSBUFLJDLXPSUIZy


BEST: "Halloween" (1978): #&45i)BMMPXFFOw   It's not its fault that nearly *UTOPUJUTGBVMUUIBUOFBSMZ every aspect of John CarpenFWFSZBTQFDUPG+PIO$BSQFO ter's seminal slasher about UFSTTFNJOBMTMBTIFSBCPVU silent, implacable killer TJMFOU JNQMBDBCMFLJMMFS Michael Myers returning to .JDIBFM.ZFSTSFUVSOJOHUP his hometown on a certain IJTIPNFUPXOPOBDFSUBJO holiday evening has been reIPMJEBZFWFOJOHIBTCFFOSF cycled into cliche hundreds DZDMFEJOUPDMJDIFIVOESFET of times in the intervening PGUJNFTJOUIFJOUFSWFOJOH ÂŁ ZFBST/PSJTJUTVSQSJTJOH years. Nor is it surprising | UIBUOPOFPGUIPTFNZSJBE that none of those myriad â&#x20AC;˘3 JNJUBUPSTIBWFTVSQBTTFEJU imitators have surpassed it. | 80345i%SJWF*O.BT WORST: "Drive-In MasSi TBDSFw  *GZPVWFHPUB sacre" (1977): If you've got a sure-fire sleaze-classic title TVSFmSFTMFB[FDMBTTJDUJUMF like that, you'd darn well better not be this MJLFUIBU ZPVEEBSOXFMMCFUUFSOPUCFUIJT ridiculously dull. SJEJDVMPVTMZEVMM 1]c`bSag^V]b]a

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Hobgoblin Lounge Series, with music by (OBGOBLIN,OUNGE3ERIES WITHMUSICBY The Aquanauts, burlesque dancer Becky 4HE!QUANAUTS BURLESQUEDANCER"ECKY Bottoms of Atomic Trash and pinup model "OTTOMSOF!TOMIC4RASHANDPINUPMODEL Holly D'Anger, Bayside Bowl, Portland. (OLLY$!NGER "AYSIDE"OWL 0ORTLAND 8 to 11 p.m. BAYSIDEBOWLCOMTOPM Ducky Boys, punk, CD-release show with $UCKY"OYS PUNK #$ RELEASESHOWWITH Pinkerton Thugs, Hudson Falcons and 0INKERTON4HUGS (UDSON&ALCONSAND Lenny Lashley, 21-plus; Geno's Rock Club, ,ENNY,ASHLEY  PLUS'ENOS2OCK#LUB Portland. 221-2382. 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND PM Scott Lank, classic rock covers, Jumpin' 3COTT,ANK CLASSICROCKCOVERS *UMPIN Jakes Seafood Cafe, Old Orchard Beach. *AKES3EAFOOD#AFE /LD/RCHARD"EACH 937-3250. 7 p.m.  PM Jacob Augustine, singer-songwriter, with *ACOB!UGUSTINE SINGER SONGWRITER WITH Tom Thumb and Lisa/Liza, The Oak and the 4OM4HUMBAND,ISA,IZA 4HE/AKANDTHE Ax, Biddeford. $8 in advance; $10 day of !X "IDDEFORDINADVANCEDAYOF show, SHOWTHEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOM 8 p.m. PM Cullu, jazz/blues, Big Easy, Portland. #ULLU JAZZBLUES "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Highland Rovers, Irish rock, RiRa, Portland. (IGHLAND2OVERS )RISHROCK 2I2A 0ORTLAND 10 p.m. RIRACOMPM Take One Car, The Nasty and Volcano 4AKE/NE#AR 4HE.ASTYAND6OLCANO Rabbit, rock, 131 Washington Ave, 2ABBIT ROCK 7ASHINGTON!VE Portland, Washington. 0ORTLANDFACEBOOKCOMWASHINGTON 8 p.m. PM Riot Act, rock, 21-pius; Club Texas, 2IOT!CT ROCK  PLUS#LUB4EXAS Auburn. $5. Doors at 8 p.m. !UBURNCLUBTEXASINFO$OORSATPM Third Seven with Billy Mickelson, rock 4HIRD3EVENWITH"ILLY-ICKELSON ROCK cello, Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. CELLO !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 8:30 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Kennebunk River Band, rock/blues, Run +ENNEBUNK2IVER"AND ROCKBLUES 2UN of the Mill Brewpub, Saco. 571-9648. 8 to OFTHE-ILL"REWPUB 3ACO TO 11 p.m. PM Eric Ott, singer/songwriter, Blue, Portland. %RIC/TT SINGERSONGWRITER "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation. 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOM$ONATIONPM John FunkhouserTrio, jazz/funk/ *OHN&UNKHOUSER4RIO JAZZFUNK blues, Blue, Portland. Donation. BLUES "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Mike BelingTrio, jazz, Blue, Portland. -IKE"ELING4RIO JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND Donation, 10 p.m. $ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOMPM Tommy O'Connell &The Juke Joint Devils, 4OMMY/#ONNELL4HE*UKE*OINT$EVILS blues/swing, Gingko Blue Jazz Club, BLUESSWING 'INGKO"LUE*AZZ#LUB Portland, 9 p.m. 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM Kelly Parker Band, country/pop, 21-plus; +ELLY0ARKER"AND COUNTRYPOP  PLUS Club Texas, Auburn. 784-7785. 8 p.m. #LUB4EXAS !UBURN PM El Grande, groove reggae, 21-plus; %L'RANDE GROOVEREGGAE  PLUS Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. %MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM

Saco. 571-9648. 7 to 9 p.m. 3ACO TOPM Open Mic with Alec Wall, acoustic singers /PEN-ICWITH!LEC7ALL ACOUSTICSINGERS and performers, Andy's Old Port Pub, ANDPERFORMERS !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB Portland, 7 p.m. 0ORTLANDANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Stowaways Bluegrass Night, Empire Dine 3TOWAWAYS"LUEGRASS.IGHT %MPIRE$INE and Dance, Portland, AND$ANCE 0ORTLANDPORTLANDEMPIRECOM 6 p.m. open jam; 8 p.m. concert. PMOPENJAMPMCONCERT Open Mic with Ev Guy, RiRa, Portland. /PEN-ICWITH%V'UY 2I2A 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. RIRACOMPM


BEST: "Saturday Night Fever" (1977): Of #&45i4BUVSEBZ/JHIU'FWFSw  0G course, of all the regrettable things about the DPVSTF PGBMMUIFSFHSFUUBCMFUIJOHTBCPVUUIF 70s (cocaine, polyester, that "Seasons in the T DPDBJOF QPMZFTUFS UIBUi4FBTPOTJOUIF Sun" song), disco tops the list. But you can't 4VOwTPOH EJTDPUPQTUIFMJTU#VUZPVDBOU deny that this coming-of-age tale of a young EFOZUIBUUIJTDPNJOHPGBHFUBMFPGBZPVOH Brooklyn lad who can only escape his dreary #SPPLMZOMBEXIPDBOPOMZFTDBQFIJTESFBSZ life on the light-up disco dance floor still holds MJGFPOUIFMJHIUVQEJTDPEBODFnPPSTUJMMIPMET up relatively well. Sure, svelte young John VQSFMBUJWFMZXFMM4VSF TWFMUFZPVOH+PIO SCI-FI Travolta's suitably narcissistic dance moves J:@$=@ 5SBWPMUBTTVJUBCMZOBSDJTTJTUJDEBODFNPWFT BEST: "Alien" (1979): Still the scariest, and nowadays teeter between "impressive" and #&45i"MJFOw  4UJMMUIFTDBSJFTU BOE OPXBEBZTUFFUFSCFUXFFOiJNQSFTTJWFwBOE most influential, sci-fi horror film of all time. "giggle-inducing," but "Fever" remains the NPTUJOnVFOUJBM TDJmIPSSPSmMNPGBMMUJNF iHJHHMFJOEVDJOH wCVUi'FWFSwSFNBJOTUIF Sequelled, remade, ripped-off, spun-off and 4FRVFMMFE SFNBEF SJQQFEPGG TQVOPGGBOE best relic of a best-forgotten genre. CFTUSFMJDPGBCFTUGPSHPUUFOHFOSF soon to be prequelled (by original director TPPOUPCFQSFRVFMMFE CZPSJHJOBMEJSFDUPS WORST: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club 80345i4HU1FQQFST-POFMZ)FBSUT$MVC Ridley Scott, no less), it'll never be equaled. 3JEMFZ4DPUU OPMFTT JUMMOFWFSCFFRVBMFE Band" (1978): In deference to Peter Framp#BOEw  *OEFGFSFODFUP1FUFS'SBNQ WORST: "Starcrash" (1978): An Italian at80345i4UBSDSBTIw  "O*UBMJBOBU ton's visit to our fair city, let's just pretend this UPOTWJTJUUPPVSGBJSDJUZ MFUTKVTUQSFUFOEUIJT tempt to cash in on "Star Wars," this alterUFNQUUPDBTIJOPOi4UBS8BST wUIJTBMUFS Bee Gees/Frampton as The Beatles "musical" #FF(FFT'SBNQUPOBT5IF#FBUMFTiNVTJDBMw nately-hilariously bad and tedious space opera OFWFSIBQQFOFE TIBMMXF OBUFMZIJMBSJPVTMZCBEBOEUFEJPVTTQBDFPQFSB never happened, shall we? suffers from a miniscule budget, awful special TVGGFSTGSPNBNJOJTDVMFCVEHFU BXGVMTQFDJBM Dennis Perkins is a Portland-based freelance writer. effects, Marjoe Gortner and David Hasselhoff 2S\\Wa>S`YW\aWaO>]`bZO\RPOaSRT`SSZO\QSe`WbS` FGGFDUT .BSKPF(PSUOFSBOE%BWJE)BTTFMIPGG

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