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SUNDAY 35.$!9 John Mock: "From the Shoreline," integration *OHN-OCKh&ROMTHE3HORELINE vINTEGRATION of maritime music and photography, One OFMARITIMEMUSICANDPHOTOGRAPHY /NE Longfellow Square, Portland. $12 in advance; ,ONGFELLOW3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE $15 day of show; $10 at the door for ages 12 and DAYOFSHOWATTHEDOORFORAGESAND under, 4 p.m. UNDERONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Summer Concerts, with Anastacia Antonacos 3UMMER#ONCERTS WITH!NASTACIA!NTONACOS (piano), First Church, Belfast. Free/donation. 338PIANO &IRST#HURCH "ELFAST&REEDONATION 2282. 3 p.m. PM Hot Jazz Brunch, with Sean Mencher, Bob (OT*AZZ"RUNCH WITH3EAN-ENCHER "OB Hamilton, Derek Moniz and special guests, Local (AMILTON $EREK-ONIZANDSPECIALGUESTS ,OCAL Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/donation. 3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. LOCALSPROUTSCOOPAMTOPM Schooner Fare, folk duo, The Temple, Ocean Park. 3CHOONER&ARE FOLKDUO 4HE4EMPLE /CEAN0ARK $12. 7:30 p.m. OCEANPARKORGPM Summer Concert Series, with organist/pianist 3UMMER#ONCERT3ERIES WITHORGANISTPIANIST Warren King and singers, Colony Hotel, 7ARREN+INGANDSINGERS #OLONY(OTEL Kennebunkport. $5. 985-8759. 5 p.m. +ENNEBUNKPORT PM Beatles for Sale, Beatles tribute band, "EATLESFOR3ALE "EATLESTRIBUTEBAND 21-plus; Casablanca Cruises, Portland.  PLUS#ASABLANCA#RUISES 0ORTLAND $15. CASABLANCAMAINECOMCONCERTCRUISESHTM 2 to 5 p.m. TOPM Mitch Alden Duo, folk/rock, Portland Lobster -ITCH!LDEN$UO FOLKROCK 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company. Free, #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM Noon. .OON Pete Kilpatrick Band, folk/rock, Portland Lobster 0ETE+ILPATRICK"AND FOLKROCK 0ORTLAND,OBSTER Company. Free, 5 p.m. #OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOMPM MONDAY -/.$!9 Lee Ranaldo Band, Sonic Youth guitarist (alt-rock), ,EE2ANALDO"AND 3ONIC9OUTHGUITARISTALT ROCK with 200 Years, 18-plus; Space Gallery, Portland. WITH9EARS  PLUS3PACE'ALLERY 0ORTLAND $13 in advance; $15 day of show, INADVANCEDAYOFSHOWSPACEORG 8:30 p.m. PM Of Monsters and Men, indie folk-pop from Iceland, /F-ONSTERSAND-EN INDIEFOLK POPFROM)CELAND with Doe Paoro and El le King, State Theatre, WITH$OE0AOROAND%LLE+ING 3TATE4HEATRE

Ingrid Michaelson, singer-songwriter, with Greg )NGRID-ICHAELSON SINGER SONGWRITER WITH'REG Laswell, State Theatre, Portland. $20 in advance; ,ASWELL 3TATE4HEATRE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE $25 day of show; general admission, statetheatre DAYOFSHOWGENERALADMISSIONSTATETHEATRE 8 p.m. PORTLANDCOMPM Jonathan Edwards' Birthday Bash, folk/rock, *ONATHAN%DWARDS"IRTHDAY"ASH FOLKROCK Jonathan's Restaurant, Ogunquit. $40. 646-4526. *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT  7 p.m. PM 7INDHAM*ULY#ONCERT3ERIES WITH4HE$ENNY Windham July Concert Series, with The Denny BreaTrio (folk, Delta blues, country and jazz), "REA4RIOFOLK $ELTABLUES COUNTRYANDJAZZ Windham Hill United Church of Christ. $12; $8 7INDHAM(ILL5NITED#HURCHOF#HRIST for seniors and children ages 12 and under; free FORSENIORSANDCHILDRENAGESANDUNDERFREE for ages 5 and under. 892-2154. 7 p.m. FORAGESANDUNDER PM Novel Jazz Septet, music of Duke Ellington and .OVEL*AZZ3EPTET MUSICOF$UKE%LLINGTONAND Billy Strayhorn, Frontier Cafe, Cinema & Gallery, "ILLY3TRAYHORN &RONTIER#AFE #INEMA'ALLERY Brunswick. $13 in advance; $15 day of show. "RUNSWICKINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. EXPLOREFRONTIERCOMPM Robin Jellis, cello, Local Sprouts Cooperative, 2OBIN*ELLIS CELLO ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE Portland. Free/donation, 11 a.m. 0ORTLAND&REEDONATIONLOCALSPROUTSCOOPAM Shanna Underwood, singer-songwriter, Local 3HANNA5NDERWOOD SINGER SONGWRITER ,OCAL Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/donation, 3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION 7 p.m. LOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM Summer Concert Series in the Hope Hobbs 3UMMER#ONCERT3ERIESINTHE(OPE(OBBS Gazebo, with Straight Lace (rock and swing), 'AZEBO WITH3TRAIGHT,ACEROCKANDSWING Wells Harbor Community Park, Wells (rain 7ELLS(ARBOR#OMMUNITY0ARK 7ELLSRAIN location is Ward Gym at Wells Junior High LOCATIONIS7ARD'YMAT7ELLS*UNIOR(IGH School). Free. 646-5596. 6:30 p.m. 3CHOOL &REE PM Cats Under the Stars, tribute to The Jerry #ATS5NDERTHE3TARS TRIBUTETO4HE*ERRY Garcia Band, One Longfellow Square, 'ARCIA"AND /NE,ONGFELLOW3QUARE Portland. $12 in advance; $15 day of show. 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 8 p.m. ONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Dopapod, ambient music, with Boombasnap and $OPAPOD AMBIENTMUSIC WITH"OOMBASNAPAND Lost between SounD, Port City Music Hall, Portland. ,OSTBETWEEN3OUN$ 0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLAND $10 to $20. 9 p.m. TOPORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM Amigos, acoustic, Portland Lobster Company. Free. !MIGOS ACOUSTIC 0ORTLAND,OBSTER#OMPANY&REE Noon to 3 p.m. PORTLANDLOBSTERCOMPANYCOM.OONTOPM Beatles for Sale, Beatles tribute band, Deertrees "EATLESFOR3ALE "EATLESTRIBUTEBAND $EERTREES Theatre, Harrison. $25. 8 p.m. 4HEATRE (ARRISONDEERTREESTHEATREORGPM "Songs of Barbra Streisand," featuring h3ONGSOF"ARBRA3TREISAND vFEATURING Mary Bastoni-Rebmann, Leura Hill Eastman -ARY"ASTONI 2EBMANN ,EURA(ILL%ASTMAN Performing Arts Center, Fryeburg. $15. 0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER &RYEBURG 7:30 p.m. ARTSINMOTIONTHEATERCOMPM 10th Annual Maine All-Day Shape Note Singing, TH!NNUAL-AINE!LL $AY3HAPE.OTE3INGING four-part unaccompanied community singing, FOUR PARTUNACCOMPANIEDCOMMUNITYSINGING O l d Town House, Union. Free. 594-5743. /LD4OWN(OUSE 5NION&REE  Potluck dinner at noon; singing 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 0OTLUCKDINNERATNOONSINGINGAMTOPM Saturday and Sunday. 3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY

WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Steve Forbert, folk, rock and country, Jonathan's 3TEVE&ORBERT FOLK ROCKANDCOUNTRY *ONATHANS Restaurant, Ogunquit. $25 in advance; $28 day of 2ESTAURANT /GUNQUITINADVANCEDAYOF show, 8 p.m. SHOWJONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM Brubeck Brothers Quartet, jazz, Strand Theatre, "RUBECK"ROTHERS1UARTET JAZZ 3TRAND4HEATRE Rockland. $30 to $40; $8 for ages 18 and under. 2OCKLANDTOFORAGESANDUNDER 8 p.m. BAYCHAMBERCONCERTSORGPM Sunset Folk Series, Robby Simpson, Western 3UNSET&OLK3ERIES 2OBBY3IMPSON 7ESTERN Promenade Park, Portland. Free. 756-8130. 7:30 0ROMENADE0ARK 0ORTLAND&REE  p.m. PM Summer Concerts at M i l l Creek Park, with Tricky 3UMMER#ONCERTSAT-ILL#REEK0ARK WITH4RICKY Britches (string band), Mill Creek Park, South "RITCHESSTRINGBAND -ILL#REEK0ARK 3OUTH Portland. Free. 767-7650. 6:30 to 8 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REE TOPM Castlebay, Celtic music and stories, Little Brown #ASTLEBAY #ELTICMUSICANDSTORIES ,ITTLE"ROWN Church, Round Pond. $10; free for children. 529#HURCH 2OUND0ONDFREEFORCHILDREN 5438. 7:30 p.m. PM Danny Beal's Downeast Goodtime Hour $ANNY"EALS$OWNEAST'OODTIME(OUR and a Half, with The Holy Mackerels (roots/ ANDA(ALF WITH4HE(OLY-ACKERELSROOTS Americana), Opera House at Boothbay !MERICANA /PERA(OUSEAT"OOTHBAY Harbor. $10 in advance; $15 day of show. (ARBORINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 7:30 p.m. BOOTHBAYOPERAHOUSECOMPM Music in the Park, with The Jesse McKinnon -USICINTHE0ARK WITH4HE*ESSE-C+INNON Band (country and classic rock), Shevenell Park, "ANDCOUNTRYANDCLASSICROCK 3HEVENELL0ARK Biddeford. Free. 5 to 7 p.m. "IDDEFORD&REETOPM Trumpeter Trevor Lavenbein and Friends, Jordan 4RUMPETER4REVOR,AVENBEINAND&RIENDS *ORDAN Hall, Ocean Park. $5. 7:30 p.m. (ALL /CEAN0ARKOCEANPARKORGPM Bates Dance Festival Presents "The Musician's "ATES$ANCE&ESTIVAL0RESENTSh4HE-USICIANS Concert," global music by composers and #ONCERT vGLOBALMUSICBYCOMPOSERSAND multi-instrumentalists, Franco American MULTI INSTRUMENTALISTS &RANCO!MERICAN Heritage Center, Lewiston. $7 to $14. (ERITAGE#ENTER ,EWISTONTO 7:30 p.m. BATESDANCEFESTIVALORGPM Music on the Mall, with Backwoods Road -USICONTHE-ALL WITH"ACKWOODS2OAD (bluegrass and country), Brunswick Mall. Free. BLUEGRASSANDCOUNTRY "RUNSWICK-ALL&REE 729-4439. 6 to 8 p.m.  TOPM Summer Arts Series, with The Port City Jazz 3UMMER!RTS3ERIES WITH4HE0ORT#ITY*AZZ Septet, Royal River Park, Yarmouth. Free. 8463EPTET 2OYAL2IVER0ARK 9ARMOUTH&REE 2406. 11 a.m. AM "Mid-Summer Song Swap," with Brad Strause, h-ID 3UMMER3ONG3WAP vWITH"RAD3TRAUSE Jeff Trippe and Bob McKillop, Mayo Street Arts, *EFF4RIPPEAND"OB-C+ILLOP -AYO3TREET!RTS Portland. $8. 7:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDMAYOSTREETARTSORGPM Stefan Low, guitarist, Camden Amphitheater. 3TEFAN,OW GUITARIST #AMDEN!MPHITHEATER Free. 236-3440. Noon. &REE .OON Old Time Music Jam, open jam of old-time /LD4IME-USIC*AM OPENJAMOFOLD TIME Appalachian music, Local Sprouts Cooperative, !PPALACHIANMUSIC ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE Portland. Free/donation, 7 p.m. 0ORTLAND&REEDONATIONLOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM Eric Bettencourt & Velourosaurus, indie pop, %RIC"ETTENCOURT6ELOUROSAURUS INDIEPOP Portland Lobster Company. Free, portlandlobster 0ORTLAND,OBSTER#OMPANY&REEPORTLANDLOBSTER 6 p.m. COMPANYCOMPM Run On Sentence, gypsy/folk/indie rock, with 2UN/N3ENTENCE GYPSYFOLKINDIEROCK WITH Hello Shark and Tin Ceilings, The Oak and the (ELLO3HARKAND4IN#EILINGS 4HE/AKANDTHE Ax, Biddeford, $8. !X "IDDEFORD THEOAKANDTHEAXBLOGSPOTCOM 8 p.m. PM AUG. 2 !5' Lucinda Williams, country/rock/blues, State ,UCINDA7ILLIAMS COUNTRYROCKBLUES 3TATE Theatre, Portland. $30 to $45; reserved seating. 4HEATRE 0ORTLANDTORESERVEDSEATING 8 p.m. STATETHEATREPORTLANDCOMPM


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"UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC" ÂľC<23@B637<4:C3<13=4;CA71Âś WITH: Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, Kendrick E7B6(EWh9VOZWTO;OQ;WZZS`9S\R`WQY Council earlier this year to hold up to five :O[O`1VWRRg0O\UO\R1VSdgE]]Ra $PVODJMFBSMJFSUIJTZFBSUPIPMEVQUPmWF Lamar, Chiddy Bang and Chevy Woods DPODFSUTUIJTZFBSBUUIFSBDFUSBDL concerts this year at the race track. WHEN: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday E63<(#(!^[BcSaROg So far, three shows have been scheduled E63@3(AQO`P]`]cUV2]e\a!!>Og\S 4PGBS UISFFTIPXTIBWFCFFOTDIFEVMFE WHERE: Scarborough Downs, 331 Payne JOUIFTFSJFT5IFPUIFSUXPBSFBEBZMPOH in the series. The other two are a daylong @]OR Road hard rock festival called Oxxfest on Aug. IBSESPDLGFTUJWBMDBMMFE0YYGFTUPO"VH HOW MUCH: $40.50 to $60.50 6=E;C16("#b]$#  BOEDMBTTJDSPDLFST-ZOZSE4LZOZSE 10, and classic rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd INFO: (800) 745-3000; 7<4=(&%"#!) and ZZ Top on Sept. 7. 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UISFXUPHFUIFSGPSBUPVS wTBJE8PPET certs in Bangor and around the country DFSUTJO#BOHPSBOEBSPVOEUIFDPVOUSZ "There's a lot of camaraderie backstage, oDPVQMFEXJUIUIFGBDUUIFSFJTOPNBKPS i5IFSFTBMPUPGDBNBSBEFSJFCBDLTUBHF  â&#x20AC;˘ coupled with the fact there is no major so I think it helps you put on a good show." PVUEPPSDPODFSUTFSJFTJO(SFBUFS1PSU TP*UIJOLJUIFMQTZPVQVUPOBHPPETIPXw outdoor concert series in Greater PortKhalifa is the best-known of the tour's ,IBMJGBJTUIFCFTULOPXOPGUIFUPVST land other than free shows at L.L. Bean MBOEPUIFSUIBOGSFFTIPXTBU--#FBO lineup, as he has had hit singles including JO'SFFQPSUoDPOWJODFEIJNUPUSZUIJT MJOFVQ BTIFIBTIBEIJUTJOHMFTJODMVEJOH in Freeport - convinced him to try this "Black and Yellow" (which hit No. 1) and i#MBDLBOE:FMMPXw XIJDIIJU/P BOE series. TFSJFT "Say, Yeah." 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SET  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN  Doors at 6 p.m. $OORSATPM Brzowski, hip hop, with Open Mike Eagle, A D A M "RZOWSKI HIPHOP WITH/PEN-IKE%AGLE !$!- aka nasa, Mo Niklz, Random aka MetaRan, El AKANASA -O.IKLZ 2ANDOMAKA-ETA2AN %L Shupacabra and MC Nobody Cares, 21-plus; 3HUPACABRAAND-#.OBODY#ARES  PLUS Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. $6, $8. %MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Goose Hut, rock, with Danger, I Reckon and 'OOSE(UT ROCK WITH$ANGER )2ECKONAND Glass Fingers, Geno's Rock Club, Portland. 221 'LASS&INGERS 'ENOS2OCK#LUB 0ORTLAND 2 3 8 2 . 9 p.m. PM Travis James Humphrey Blue Review, Gingko 4RAVIS*AMES(UMPHREY"LUE2EVIEW 'INGKO Blue, Portland, 8 p.m. "LUE 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM The Gait Line, screamin' swing/ 4HE'ALT,INE SCREAMINSWING Americana, Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. !MERICANA !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND 7 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Jerks of Grass, bluegrass/country, Bayside Bowl, *ERKSOF'RASS BLUEGRASSCOUNTRY "AYSIDE"OWL Portland, 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDBAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM "AND"EYOND$ESCRIPTION JAMBAND  PLUS"IG Band Beyond Description, jam band, 21-pius; Big Easy, Portland, 9 p.m. %ASY 0ORTLANDBIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM +URT"AKER INDIEROCK  PLUS3LAINTE 0ORTLAND Kurt Baker, indie rock, 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. 10 p.m. SLAINTEWINEBARCOMPM FRIDAY &2)$!9 Steve Azar, country, 21-plus; Asylum, 3TEVE!ZAR COUNTRY  PLUS!SYLUM Portland. $12 in advance; $15 day of show. 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW 9 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM "Disco Blood Bath," Plague industrial night h$ISCO"LOOD"ATH v0LAGUEINDUSTRIALNIGHT with live music and costume contest, Asylum WITHLIVEMUSICANDCOSTUMECONTEST !SYLUM BASEMENT 0ORTLANDBEFOREPM (basement), Portland. $5; $2 before 9:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. PORTLANDASYLUMCOMPM "OB2ASERO ACOUSTICBLUES "LUE 0ORTLAND Bob Rasero, acoustic blues, Blue, Portland. 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Donation. 4HREE0OINT4RIO JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 6 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Eli Gilbert, jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. %LI'ILBERT JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 8 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Noel Brennan, jazz, Blue, Portland. Donation. .OEL"RENNAN JAZZ "LUE 0ORTLAND$ONATION 10 p.m. PORTCITYBLUECOMPM Alan Roux, blues, BeachFire Bar and Grille, !LAN2OUX BLUES "EACH&IRE"ARAND'RILLE Ogunquit. 8:30 p.m. /GUNQUITBEACHlREMAINECOMPM Emptyhead, rock, 21-plus; Club Texas, Auburn. %MPTYHEAD ROCK  PLUS#LUB4EXAS !UBURN $5. Doors at 8 p.m. CLUBTEXASINFO$OORSATPM ThrowDown Band, electric blues, 21-plus; Inn on 4HROW$OWN"AND ELECTRICBLUES  PLUS)NNON the Blues, York Beach. $6. 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f you see gaggles of goggle-eyed young GZPVTFFHBHHMFTPGHPHHMFFZFEZPVOH people running around Portland next QFPQMFSVOOJOHBSPVOE1PSUMBOEOFYU weekend - some wearing costumes, XFFLFOEoTPNFXFBSJOHDPTUVNFT  some wielding cameras, all sporting bed TPNFXJFMEJOHDBNFSBT BMMTQPSUJOHCFE head and coffee breath - don't panic. IFBEBOEDPGGFFCSFBUIoEPOUQBOJD There's nothing to worry about. 5IFSFTOPUIJOHUPXPSSZBCPVU Unless you're a filmmaker participating 6OMFTTZPVSFBmMNNBLFSQBSUJDJQBUJOH in this year's 48 Hour Film Project - then JOUIJTZFBST)PVS'JMN1SPKFDUoUIFO you're in trouble. ZPVSFJOUSPVCMF In case you haven't heard of the 48 *ODBTFZPVIBWFOUIFBSEPGUIF Hour Film Project ( )PVS'JMN1SPKFDU IPVSmMNDPNFO portlandmaine), here are the rules: You QPSUMBOE@NBJOF IFSFBSFUIFSVMFT:PV (and your equally BOEZPVSFRVBMMZ brave/foolhardy CSBWFGPPMIBSEZ cohorts) gather on DPIPSUT HBUIFSPO Friday evening. You're 'SJEBZFWFOJOH:PVSF given a film genre HJWFOBmMNHFOSF plus a character, a line QMVTBDIBSBDUFS BMJOF of dialogue and a prop, PGEJBMPHVFBOEBQSPQ  all of which must be BMMPGXIJDINVTUCF included in ur short JODMVEFEJOZPVSTIPSU mMN5IFOZPVWFHPU film. Then you've got UIFOFYUGSFO[JFE  Indie Film the next frenzied, TMFFQMFTTIPVST  sleepless 48 hours, VOUJM4VOEBZFWFOJOH  until Sunday evening, UPUVSOJOBmOJTIFEmMN to8IZXPVMEQFPQMFEPUIJT turn in a finished film.  Why would people do this? 'PSTPNFEJSFDUPST*WFTQPLFOUPPWFS For some directors I've spoken to over UIFZFBST UIFiwJTBDIBODFUPIPOF the years, the "48" is a chance to hone UIFJSmMNNBLJOHTLJMMTVOEFSFYUSFNF their filmmaking skills under extreme QSFTTVSF'PSPUIFST JUTNPSFBCPVU pressure. For others, it's more about HBJOJOHOPUPSJFUZ PSNBZCFTPNFPGUIF gaining notoriety, or maybe some of the DPOUFTUTQSJ[FT contest's prizes. #VUGPSMPDBMNPWJFNBLFS#SZBO'FS But for local moviemaker Bryan FerSBOUF UIFBOOVBMNPWJFNBLJOHNBSBUIPO rante, the annual moviemaking marathon JTNPSFBCPVUUISFFG wTGVO GBNJMZBOE is more about three f "s: fun, family and GSJFOET friends. i.ZCSPUIFS/JDLBOE*HSFXVQNBLJOH "My brother Nick and I grew up making TIPSUTBOEDPNNFSDJBMTKVTUGPSGVO BOE shorts and commercials just for fun, and XFGFMMJOMPWFXJUIJU w'FSSBOUFTBJEi*U we fell in love with it," Ferrante said. "It XBTHVFSJMMBmMNNBLJOH TPUIJTJTSJHIUVQ was guerilla filmmaking, so this is right up PVSBMMFZ1MVT JUHJWFTVTBOEPVSGSJFOET our alley. Plus, it gives us and our friends BSFBTPOUPHFUUPHFUIFSPODFBZFBSw a 'FSSBOUFBOEIJTmMNDPNQBOZ 4MPX reason to get together once a year." Ferrante and his film company, Slow $IJMESFO1SPEVDUJPOT TJUFTHPPHMFDPN Children Productions ( TJUFTMPXDIJMESFOQSPEVDUJPOTIPNF IBWF site/slowchildrenproductionshome), have QBSUJDJQBUFEJOFWFSZ)PVS'JMN1SPKFDU participated in every 48 Hour Film Project TJODF1PSUMBOECSPVHIUUIFJOUFSOBUJPOBM since Portland brought the international DPNQFUJUJPOIFSFTJYZFBSTBHP competition here six years ago. "OEXIJMFIFDPODFEFTUIBUXJOOJOH And while he concedes that winning BXBSETJTOJDFBOEBMM i8FNBLFUIFmMNT awards is nice and all, "We make the films NPSFGPSPVSTFMWFT8FXBOUUPNBLF more for ourselves. We want to make TPNFUIJOHXFSFQSPVEPGBOEUIBUQFPQMF something we're proud of and that people XJMMMJLFw will like." 8IJMFBQQSPBDIJOHUIJTFYFSDJTFJODSF While approaching this exercise in creBUJWFTFMGBCVTFBTBOFOEJOJUTFMGNBZCFBO ative self-abuse as an end in itself may be an FOKPZBCMFFYQFSJFODFGPSUIF'FSSBOUFTFU enjoyable experience for the Ferrantes et BM JUTCSFBLOFDLOBUVSFOFDFTTJUBUFTTPNF al, its breakneck nature necessitates some TFSJPVTRVJDLUIJOLJOHBOEUFBNXPSL serious quick thinking and teamwork. i8FBMMHBUIFSPO'SJEBZOJHIU ESBXPVS "We all gather on Friday night, draw our HFOSFBOEUIFOTQJUCBMMJEFBTGPSUIFOFYU genre and then spitball ideas for the next UXPIPVST wTBJE'FSSBOUFi8FXIJUUMFJU two hours," said Ferrante. "We whittle it BXBZVOUJMXFDPNFVQXJUIBTUPSZ UIFO away until we come up with a story, then JOUPUIFXFFIPVSTXFBDUVBMMZXSJUFUIF into the wee hours we actually write the UIJOH BMUIPVHIXFEPSFMZBMPUPOJNQSP thing, although we do rely a lot on improWJTBUJPOw visation." 5IBUPOUIFnZBQQSPBDIFYUFOETUP That on-the-fly approach extends to 4MPX$IJMESFO1SPEVDUJPOT TIBMMXFTBZ  Slow Children Productions,' shall we say nFYJCMFUBLFPOUIFHFOSFJUTBTTJHOFE*UT flexible take on the genre it's assigned. Its WFSZGVOOZ FOUSZ i5PZ$PQT5IF (very funny) 2011 entry, "Toy Cops 2: The 4FRVFMw Bi3PCPU$IJDLFOwNFFUTi3FOP Sequel" (a "Robot Chicken" meets "Reno: wTUPQNPUJPODPNFEZ XBTTVCNJUUFE  911" stop-motion comedy) was submitted,

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places whenever they go out on "a misQMBDFTXIFOFWFSUIFZHPPVUPOiBNJT sion." TJPOw Stopping traffic and choreographing the 4UPQQJOHUSBGmDBOEDIPSFPHSBQIJOHUIF KPMMZ CPVODJOHMPXSJEFSTUIFZSPMMVQJO jolly, bouncing low-riders they roll up in has got to be preserved and uploaded to IBTHPUUPCFQSFTFSWFEBOEVQMPBEFEUP :PV5VCF YouTube. They want to attract so many YouTube 5IFZXBOUUPBUUSBDUTPNBOZ:PV5VCF hits that they win a contest and collect IJUTUIBUUIFZXJOBDPOUFTUBOEDPMMFDU some cash, because these dancers are TPNFDBTI CFDBVTFUIFTFEBODFSTBSF from the one underdeveloped corner of GSPNUIFPOFVOEFSEFWFMPQFEDPSOFSPG Miami riverfront left - and the wrong side .JBNJSJWFSGSPOUMFGUoBOEUIFXSPOHTJEF of the tracks. PGUIFUSBDLT Sean and Eddy (Hamilton) work in a 4FBOBOE&EEZ )BNJMUPO XPSLJOB swank hotel whose developer/ owner TXBOLIPUFMXIPTFEFWFMPQFSPXOFS (Peter Gallagher) has designs on the 1FUFS(BMMBHIFS IBTEFTJHOTPOUIF neighborhood the dancers call home. But OFJHICPSIPPEUIFEBODFSTDBMMIPNF#VU his daughter Emily (Kathryn McCormick) IJTEBVHIUFS&NJMZ ,BUISZO.D$PSNJDL  is a dancer, too. And being as attractive as JTBEBODFS UPP"OECFJOHBTBUUSBDUJWFBT Sean and his beyond-good-looking crew, 4FBOBOEIJTCFZPOEHPPEMPPLJOHDSFX  she's ready to add to her modern-dance TIFTSFBEZUPBEEUPIFSNPEFSOEBODF repertoire and go undercover for a little SFQFSUPJSFBOEHPVOEFSDPWFSGPSBMJUUMF dance on the wild side. EBODFPOUIFXJMETJEF Emily needs to free herself to have a &NJMZOFFETUPGSFFIFSTFMGUPIBWFB shot at breaking into a daring local proTIPUBUCSFBLJOHJOUPBEBSJOHMPDBMQSP

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episode "The Monsters are Due on Maple FQJTPEFi5IF.POTUFSTBSF%VFPO.BQMF Street" and the screen comedy "The 4USFFUwBOEUIFTDSFFODPNFEZi5IF Burbs" in trying to cook up some reason #VSCTwJOUSZJOHUPDPPLVQTPNFSFBTPO to get these guys together, talking dirty, UPHFUUIFTFHVZTUPHFUIFS UBMLJOHEJSUZ  swilling beer and increasingly paranoid at TXJMMJOHCFFSBOEJODSFBTJOHMZQBSBOPJEBU the bizarre murders that are popping up UIFCJ[BSSFNVSEFSTUIBUBSFQPQQJOHVQ in their quiet suburb. JOUIFJSRVJFUTVCVSC Something with green goo and tentacles 4PNFUIJOHXJUIHSFFOHPPBOEUFOUBDMFT is skinning people. And it may be disguisJTTLJOOJOHQFPQMF"OEJUNBZCFEJTHVJT ing itself as one of them - a neighbor, the JOHJUTFMGBTPOFPGUIFNoBOFJHICPS UIF boy going a little too far with Bob's teenCPZHPJOHBMJUUMFUPPGBSXJUI#PCTUFFO age daughter, the doofus cop (Will Forte). BHFEBVHIUFS UIFEPPGVTDPQ 8JMM'PSUF  The plot is secondary here, an excuse 5IFQMPUJTTFDPOEBSZIFSF BOFYDVTF to put the foursome in a soccer-momUPQVUUIFGPVSTPNFJOBTPDDFSNPN mobile, drinking, topping each other's NPCJMF ESJOLJOH UPQQJOHFBDIPUIFST jokes about urinating in a beer can and KPLFTBCPVUVSJOBUJOHJOBCFFSDBOBOE "sharing" - their disappointments over iTIBSJOHwoUIFJSEJTBQQPJOUNFOUTPWFS not joining the police force, over not being OPUKPJOJOHUIFQPMJDFGPSDF PWFSOPUCFJOH attractive to women, over Bob's sexually BUUSBDUJWFUPXPNFO PWFS#PCTTFYVBMMZ curious teenage daughter. DVSJPVTUFFOBHFEBVHIUFS Vaughn's been playing dads lately, and 7BVHIOTCFFOQMBZJOHEBETMBUFMZ BOE he makes those shouted scenes with IFNBLFTUIPTFTIPVUFETDFOFTXJUI daughter Chelsea (Erin Moriarty) sing. EBVHIUFS$IFMTFB &SJO.PSJBSUZ TJOH "You're gonna let some guy car-wash i:PVSFHPOOBMFUTPNFHVZDBSXBTI the inside of your mouth with his tongue? UIFJOTJEFPGZPVSNPVUIXJUIIJTUPOHVF

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9Xk\j;XeZ\ Bates Dance Festival =\jk`mXc The Bates Dance Festival is in BVS0ObSa2O\QS4SabWdOZWaW\ full swing through Aug. 11 with a TcZZaeW\UbV`]cUV/cUeWbVO multitude of performances from [cZbWbcRS]T^S`T]`[O\QSaT`][ nationally known choreogra\ObW]\OZZgY\]e\QV]`S]U`O phers, including the Kate Weare ^VS`aW\QZcRW\UbVS9ObSESO`S Company. Weare's "Garden" 1][^O\gESO`S¸aÂľ5O`RS\Âś explores the depths of human Sf^Z]`SabVSRS^bVa]TVc[O\ relationships with two men and `SZObW]\aVW^aeWbVbe][S\O\R two women who frolic, flirt and be]e][S\eV]T`]ZWQĂ&#x20AC;W`bO\R fight with dance. ÂżUVbeWbVRO\QS

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Through ANDPM7EDNESDAYPM!UG4HROUGH Aug. 4. !UG "Sunset Boulevard," Andrew Lloyd Webber h3UNSET"OULEVARD v!NDREW,LOYD7EBBER musical based on 1950 Billy Wilder movie, MUSICALBASEDON"ILLY7ILDERMOVIE Courtesy photo 1]c`bSag^V]b] presented by Maine State Music Theatre, Pickard PRESENTEDBY-AINE3TATE-USIC4HEATRE 0ICKARD Theater, Brunswick. $36 to $59. 2 and 4HEATER "RUNSWICKTOMSMTORGAND 7:30 p.m. today; 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; PMTODAYPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY 2 p.m. Sunday; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday; 7:30 PM3UNDAYANDPM4UESDAY p.m. Wednesday; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Aug. 2. Through PM7EDNESDAYANDPM!UG4HROUGH Aug. 4. !UG Shakespeare's "Macbeth," presented by Fenix 3HAKESPEARESh-ACBETH vPRESENTEDBY&ENIX Theatre, Bowdoin College Hatch Quad, 4HEATRE "OWDOIN#OLLEGE(ATCH1UAD Brunswick. Free, 6 p.m. today "RUNSWICK&REEFENIXTHEATRECOMPMTODAY and Aug. 2. Through Aug. 9. AND!UG4HROUGH!UG "Thank You For the Music," Broadway revue, h4HANK9OU&ORTHE-USIC v"ROADWAYREVUE and Dvorak, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, AND$VORAK #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS Boothbay Playhouse. $15. 633-3379. 8 p.m. today "OOTHBAY0LAYHOUSE PMTODAY Boothbay. $25. 2:30 p.m. "OOTHBAYMAINEGARDENSORGPM to Saturday. TO3ATURDAY "The House of Bernarda Alba," drama presented h4HE(OUSEOF"ERNARDA!LBA vDRAMAPRESENTED MONDAY -/.$!9 by Heartwood Theater, Lincoln Academy (Parker BY(EARTWOOD4HEATER ,INCOLN!CADEMY0ARKER Bowdoin International Music Festival: Monday "OWDOIN)NTERNATIONAL-USIC&ESTIVAL-ONDAY B. Poe Theater), Newcastle. $18; $12 for students. "0OE4HEATER .EWCASTLEFORSTUDENTS Sonatas, Bowdoin College (Studzinski Recital 3ONATAS "OWDOIN#OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL 7:30 p.m. today to HEARTWOODTHEATERORGPMTODAYTO Hall), Brunswick. $30. 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Through h,OVES,ABOURS,OST vPM3ATURDAY4HROUGH Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival, "Debussy 3EBAGO ,ONG,AKE-USIC&ESTIVAL h$EBUSSY Aug. 1 1 . !UG at 150," Chebeague United Methodist AT v#HEBEAGUE5NITED-ETHODIST "Hairspray," musical about teen dancers and h(AIRSPRAY vMUSICALABOUTTEENDANCERSAND Church, Chebeague Island. Free/donation. #HURCH #HEBEAGUE)SLAND&REEDONATION integration in early '60s Baltimore, Hackmatack INTEGRATIONINEARLYS"ALTIMORE (ACKMATACK 7:30 p.m. SEBAGOMUSICFESTIVALORGPM Playhouse, Berwick. $18 to $25; $10 for students. 0LAYHOUSE "ERWICKTOFORSTUDENTS Met Opera in HD Encore Series, encore broadcast HACKMATACKORGANDPMTODAYPM -ET/PERAIN($%NCORE3ERIES ENCOREBROADCAST 2 and 8 p.m. today; 8 p.m. of Offenbach's "Les Contes D'Hoffmann," OF/FFENBACHSh,ES#ONTES$(OFFMANN v Friday, Saturday, Wednesday and Aug. 2. 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ART MUSEUMS N!24-53%5-3 OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 "The Private World of Robert M. Wilson," h4HE0RIVATE7ORLDOF2OBERT-7ILSON v photography, Sanford-Springvale Historical PHOTOGRAPHY 3ANFORD 3PRINGVALE(ISTORICAL Museum, Sanford. 490-1028. Opens Friday. -USEUM 3ANFORD /PENS&RIDAY Through Aug. 25. 4HROUGH!UG "The Portland Society of Art and Winslow h4HE0ORTLAND3OCIETYOF!RTAND7INSLOW Homer in Maine," 50 watercolors and drawings (OMERIN-AINE vWATERCOLORSANDDRAWINGS examine the relationship between Homer, EXAMINETHERELATIONSHIPBETWEEN(OMER architect John Calvin Stevens and the Portland ARCHITECT*OHN#ALVIN3TEVENSANDTHE0ORTLAND Society of Art, Portland Museum of Art. 3OCIETYOF!RT 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT Opens Saturday. Through PORTLANDMUSEUMORG/PENS3ATURDAY4HROUGH Feb. 3. &EB CONTINUING #/.4).5).' Portland Museum of Art: "The Draw of the 0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RTh4HE$RAWOFTHE Normandy Coast, 1860-1960," more than 40 .ORMANDY#OAST   vMORETHAN works of famous European and American art, WORKSOFFAMOUS%UROPEANAND!MERICANART including works by Monet, Matisse, Whistler INCLUDINGWORKSBY-ONET -ATISSE 7HISTLER and Picasso, through Aug. 13; "Maine Sublime: AND0ICASSO THROUGH!UGh-AINE3UBLIME Frederic Edwin Church's Landscapes of Mount &REDERIC%DWIN#HURCHS,ANDSCAPESOF-OUNT Desert and Mount Katahdin," focuses on 23 of $ESERTAND-OUNT+ATAHDIN vFOCUSESONOF Church's small oil sketches, through Sept. 30. #HURCHSSMALLOILSKETCHES THROUGH3EPT PORTLANDMUSEUMORG Maine Historical Society Museum/Longfellow -AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM,ONGFELLOW

(OUSE 0ORTLANDh7IREDvEXPLORESTHE House, Portland: "Wired!" explores the electrification of Maine during the 20th century, ELECTRIlCATIONOF-AINEDURINGTHETHCENTURY through May 26, 2013. THROUGH-AY MAINEHISTORYORG Maine Jewish Museum, Portland: Rush -AINE*EWISH-USEUM 0ORTLAND2USH Brown, "Portland: Capturing a Changing "ROWN h0ORTLAND#APTURINGA#HANGING .EIGHBORHOOD vPAINTINGS THROUGH3EPT Neighborhood," paintings, through Sept. 10. MAINEJEWISHMUSEUMORG Museum of Chebeague History, Chebeague -USEUMOF#HEBEAGUE(ISTORY #HEBEAGUE )SLANDh#HEBEAGUE4HROUGH!RTISTS%YESv Island: "Chebeague Through Artists' Eyes" through Sept. 3. 846-5237. THROUGH3EPT  Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "OWDOIN#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT "RUNSWICK William Wegman, "Hello Nature," 30-year 7ILLIAM7EGMAN h(ELLO.ATURE v YEAR retrospective of artist's work, through Oct. 21; RETROSPECTIVEOFARTISTSWORK THROUGH/CT "A River Lost & Found: The Androscoggin River h!2IVER,OST&OUND4HE!NDROSCOGGIN2IVER in Time and Place," interactive exhibit, through IN4IMEAND0LACE vINTERACTIVEEXHIBIT THROUGH Sept. 16. 3EPTBOWDOINEDU Pejepscot Historical Society Museum, 0EJEPSCOT(ISTORICAL3OCIETY-USEUM Brunswick: "Promenade: A Walk in Style "RUNSWICKh0ROMENADE!7ALKIN3TYLE Through Pejepscot's Past," through Oct. 31. 4HROUGH0EJEPSCOTS0AST vTHROUGH/CT PEJEPSCOTHISTORICALORG Maine Maritime Museum, Bath: "Subdue, Seize -AINE-ARITIME-USEUM "ATHh3UBDUE 3EIZE and Take: Maritime Maine in the Unwelcome AND4AKE-ARITIME-AINEINTHE5NWELCOME Interruption of the War of 1812," examines the )NTERRUPTIONOFTHE7AROF vEXAMINESTHE maritime world of pre-statehood Maine; through MARITIMEWORLDOFPRE STATEHOOD-AINETHROUGH Oct. 12. /CTMAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG Dyer Library/Saco Museum: Katie Banks, $YER,IBRARY3ACO-USEUM+ATIE"ANKS "Secrets of Color," paintings based on Victoria h3ECRETSOF#OLOR vPAINTINGSBASEDON6ICTORIA Finlay's book "Color: A Natural History of the &INLAYSBOOKh#OLOR!.ATURAL(ISTORYOFTHE Palette," through Tuesday; Annie Lemieux, 0ALETTE vTHROUGH4UESDAY!NNIE,EMIEUX photographs of the "Way Way Store," through PHOTOGRAPHSOFTHEh7AY7AY3TORE vTHROUGH Aug. 22; "The Moving Panorama of Pilgrim's !UGh4HE-OVING0ANORAMAOF0ILGRIMS Progress," Civil War-era panorama seen in its 0ROGRESS v#IVIL7AR ERAPANORAMASEENINITS entirety for the first time in more than a century, ENTIRETYFORTHElRSTTIMEINMORETHANACENTURY through Nov. 10 (also at Pepperell Mills in THROUGH.OVALSOAT0EPPERELL-ILLSIN Bidderford). "IDDERFORD DYERLIBRARYSACOMUSEUMORG Ogunquit Museum of American Art: "The Art /GUNQUIT-USEUMOF!MERICAN!RTh4HE!RT of Will Barnet," abstract paintings, through Aug. OF7ILL"ARNET vABSTRACTPAINTINGS THROUGH!UG 12; Peggy Bacon: "Life in Art," paintings and 0EGGY"ACONh,IFEIN!RT vPAINTINGSAND prints of Ogunquit, through Sept. 2; "Building an PRINTSOF/GUNQUIT THROUGH3EPTh"UILDINGAN American Modernist Collection," highlights from !MERICAN-ODERNIST#OLLECTION vHIGHLIGHTSFROM the permanent collection, and Henry Strater: THEPERMANENTCOLLECTION AND(ENRY3TRATER "Art of the Portrait," collection of portraits, h!RTOFTHE0ORTRAIT vCOLLECTIONOFPORTRAITS through Oct. 31. THROUGH/CTOGUNQUITMUSEUMORG Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk: "A Glimpse "RICK3TORE-USEUM +ENNEBUNKh!'LIMPSE of Louis Norton," early 20th-century paintings OF,OUIS.ORTON vEARLYTH CENTURYPAINTINGS of Kennebunkport; and "Painted Details: Artists OF+ENNEBUNKPORTANDh0AINTED$ETAILS!RTISTS Interpret Kennebunk's Historic Architecture," )NTERPRET+ENNEBUNKS(ISTORIC!RCHITECTURE v through Sept. 8; "Barry: The Art Exhibition," THROUGH3EPTh"ARRY4HE!RT%XHIBITION v paintings, drawings and sculptures by Edith PAINTINGS DRAWINGSANDSCULPTURESBY%DITH Barry, through Sept. 15. 985-4802. "ARRY THROUGH3EPT  Bates College Museum of Art, Lewiston: "ATES#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT ,EWISTON "Starstruck: The Fine Art of Astrophotography," h3TARSTRUCK4HE&INE!RTOF!STROPHOTOGRAPHY v featuring 106 images by artists from 11 countries FEATURINGIMAGESBYARTISTSFROMCOUNTRIES across five continents, through Dec. 15. ACROSSlVECONTINENTS THROUGH$EC BATESEDUMUSEUMEXHIBITIONS Colby College Museum of Art, Waterville: #OLBY#OLLEGE-USEUMOF!RT 7ATERVILLE "Interior Visions: Selections from the Collection," h)NTERIOR6ISIONS3ELECTIONSFROMTHE#OLLECTION v pieces from museum collection curated by Alex PIECESFROMMUSEUMCOLLECTIONCURATEDBY!LEX Katz, through Oct. 7; Alex Katz, "Maine/New +ATZ THROUGH/CT!LEX+ATZ h-AINE.EW York," 28 paintings and one multi-part sculpture, 9ORK vPAINTINGSANDONEMULTI PARTSCULPTURE through Dec. 30. 859-5609. THROUGH$EC  Maine State Museum, Augusta: "Girl Scouts: -AINE3TATE-USEUM !UGUSTAh'IRL3COUTS Celebrating One Hundred Years," vintage period #ELEBRATING/NE(UNDRED9EARS vVINTAGEPERIOD uniforms, pins, patches, ephemeras, cookie UNIFORMS PINS PATCHES EPHEMERAS COOKIE merchandise, camping gear and more, through MERCHANDISE CAMPINGGEARANDMORE THROUGH Aug. 31; "Malaga Island: Fragmented Lives," !UGh-ALAGA)SLAND&RAGMENTED,IVES v historic photographs, documents, artifacts HISTORICPHOTOGRAPHS DOCUMENTS ARTIFACTS and first-person accounts, through May 2013. ANDlRST PERSONACCOUNTS THROUGH-AY MAINESTATEMUSEUMORG University of Maine Museum of Art, Bangor: 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE-USEUMOF!RT "ANGOR Arnold Mesches: "A Minispective," plus Richard !RNOLD-ESCHESh!-INISPECTIVE vPLUS2ICHARD Haden: "Carved Signs" and Chris Natrop: "Lily (ADENh#ARVED3IGNSvAND#HRIS.ATROPh,ILY Ponder," through Sept. 15. 0ONDER vTHROUGH3EPTUMMAUMAINEEDU Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland: "Stories &ARNSWORTH!RT-USEUM 2OCKLANDh3TORIES of the Land and Its People," work of more than OFTHE,ANDAND)TS0EOPLE vWORKOFMORETHAN 140 students who participated in a yearlong STUDENTSWHOPARTICIPATEDINAYEARLONG collaboration between the Farnsworth and COLLABORATIONBETWEENTHE&ARNSWORTHAND four public schools, through Aug. 12; "The FOURPUBLICSCHOOLS THROUGH!UGh4HE Homestead Project: A Residence Reimagined," (OMESTEAD0ROJECT!2ESIDENCE2EIMAGINED v architectural designs, through Sept. 23; ARCHITECTURALDESIGNS THROUGH3EPT "Impressionist Summers: Frank W. Benson's h)MPRESSIONIST3UMMERS&RANK7"ENSONS North Haven," paintings, lithographs and .ORTH(AVEN vPAINTINGS LITHOGRAPHSAND etchings, through Oct. 21; Andrew Wyeth: ETCHINGS THROUGH/CT!NDREW7YETH "Summers in Port Clyde," watercolors from h3UMMERSIN0ORT#LYDE vWATERCOLORSFROM 1930s and '40s, through Nov. 4; "Jamie SANDS THROUGH.OVh*AMIE Wyeth, Rockwell Kent and Monhegan," 7YETH 2OCKWELL+ENTAND-ONHEGAN v

PAINTINGS THROUGH$ECFARNSWORTH paintings, through Dec. 30. farnsworth MUSEUMORG Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor: 2012 Waponahki !BBE-USEUM "AR(ARBOR7APONAHKI 3TUDENT!RT3HOW THROUGH/CTh)NDIANSAND Student Art Show, through Oct. 22; "Indians and 2USTICATORSvANDh4RANSCENDING4RADITIONS4HE Rusticators" and "TranscendingTraditions: The Next Generation and Maine Indian Basketry," .EXT'ENERATIONAND-AINE)NDIAN"ASKETRY v through Dec. 29. THROUGH$ECABBEMUSEUMORG

N!24'!,,%2)%3 ART GALLERIES OPENINGS/RECEPTIONS /0%.).'32%#%04)/.3 Biddeford Art Walk, various venues throughout "IDDEFORD!RT7ALK VARIOUSVENUESTHROUGHOUT downtown and in the mills, Biddeford. DOWNTOWNANDINTHEMILLS "IDDEFORD 5 to 8 p.m. Friday. BIDDEFORDARTWALKCOMTOPM&RIDAY Fresh Art Show and Sale, multi-media, Sprague &RESH!RT3HOWAND3ALE MULTI MEDIA 3PRAGUE Hall, Cape Elizabeth. 318-1049. 6 to 8 p.m. (ALL #APE%LIZABETH TOPM Friday; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to &RIDAYAMTOPM3ATURDAYAMTO PM3UNDAY 4 p.m. Sunday. "From Stitch to Stone," multi-media group show, h&ROM3TITCHTO3TONE vMULTI MEDIAGROUPSHOW Sunnyfield Studio Gallery, West Newfield. 7933UNNYlELD3TUDIO'ALLERY 7EST.EWlELD 2504. Opens Friday. Through Aug. 5. /PENS&RIDAY4HROUGH!UG Louisa Scott Creighton-Smith, photography, ,OUISA3COTT#REIGHTON 3MITH PHOTOGRAPHY Cushing Arts in the Barn, cushingmainehistorical #USHING!RTSINTHE"ARNCUSHINGMAINEHISTORICAL 5 to 7 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to SOCIETYORGTOPM&RIDAYAMTO 3 p.m. Saturday; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday. PM3ATURDAYAMTOPM3UNDAY Jacqueline Hickey: "Homage to *ACQUELINE(ICKEYh(OMAGETO Portland," Maine Potters Market, Portland. 0ORTLAND v-AINE0OTTERS-ARKET 0ORTLAND Opens Monday. MAINEPOTTERSMARKETCOM/PENS-ONDAY Through Aug. 29. 4HROUGH!UG Leon Vanella Photography, Rising Tide ,EON6ANELLA0HOTOGRAPHY 2ISING4IDE Community Market, Damariscotta. #OMMUNITY-ARKET $AMARISCOTTA Opens Monday. Through RISINGTIDECOOP/PENS-ONDAY4HROUGH Aug. 25. !UG Painter Mike Fletcher, with Kevin Johnson, 0AINTER-IKE&LETCHER WITH+EVIN*OHNSON Mark Kelly, Richard Mann, Wesley Reddick -ARK+ELLY 2ICHARD-ANN 7ESLEY2EDDICK and Willy Reddick, Aarhus Gallery, Belfast. AND7ILLY2EDDICK !ARHUS'ALLERY "ELFAST Opens Tuesday. Through AARHUSGALLERYCOM/PENS4UESDAY4HROUGH Aug. 26. !UG "Katahdin to Cadillac, Scenes of Maine," oils h+ATAHDINTO#ADILLAC 3CENESOF-AINE vOILS and watercolors by Frances Pratt, Caswell ANDWATERCOLORSBY&RANCES0RATT #ASWELL Gallery Framing, Brunswick. 729-9108. Opens 'ALLERY&RAMING "RUNSWICK /PENS Wednesday. Through Aug. 30. 7EDNESDAY4HROUGH!UG Denise Brown, watercolors and acrylics, Just us $ENISE"ROWN WATERCOLORSANDACRYLICS *USTUS Chickens Gallery, Kittery. #HICKENS'ALLERY +ITTERYJUSTUSCHICKENSNET

/PENS7EDNESDAY4HROUGH!UG Opens Wednesday. Through Aug. 31. Tom Paiement: "Search for Form," Greenhut 4OM0AIEMENTh3EARCHFOR&ORM v'REENHUT Galleries, Portland, 'ALLERIES 0ORTLANDGREENHUTGALLERIESCOM Opening reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 2. Through /PENINGRECEPTION TOPM!UG4HROUGH 3EPT Sept. 1. 7OOD)SLAND,IGHTHOUSE%XHIBIT 5NIVERSITYOF Wood Island Lighthouse Exhibit, University of New England (Campus Center), Biddeford. wood .EW%NGLAND#AMPUS#ENTER "IDDEFORDWOOD Opening reception, 5:30 to ISLANDLIGHTHOUSEORG/PENINGRECEPTION TO PM!UG4HROUGH!UG 7:30 p.m. Aug. 2. Through Aug. 31. "Three Colorists," work by Tom Curry, Henry h4HREE#OLORISTS vWORKBY4OM#URRY (ENRY Isaacs and Andrea Peters, Gleason Fine Art, )SAACSAND!NDREA0ETERS 'LEASON&INE!RT Boothbay Harbor, Opens "OOTHBAY(ARBORGLEASONlNEARTCOM/PENS Aug. 2.Through Sept. 4. !UG4HROUGH3EPT CONTINUING #/.4).5).' Gleason Fine Art, Portland: Tim Christensen, 'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLAND4IM#HRISTENSEN "Animals," drawings on porcelain, through h!NIMALS vDRAWINGSONPORCELAIN THROUGH Saturday. 699-5599. 3ATURDAY  Glickman Library, University of Southern Maine, 'LICKMAN,IBRARY 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE Portland: "Ikebana in Maine," Ikebana flower 0ORTLANDh)KEBANAIN-AINE v)KEBANAmOWER arrangements, through Tuesday; photographer ARRANGEMENTS THROUGH4UESDAYPHOTOGRAPHER Daniel E. Davis, "Here and There," through Aug. $ANIEL%$AVIS h(EREAND4HERE vTHROUGH!UG 19. USMMAINEEDU Heron Point Gallery, Portland: Judy O'Donnell, (ERON0OINT'ALLERY 0ORTLAND*UDY/$ONNELL painting and bronze sculpture, through Saturday. PAINTINGANDBRONZESCULPTURE THROUGH3ATURDAY 773-0822.   Rose Contemporary, Portland: "Mythologies," 2OSE#ONTEMPORARY 0ORTLANDh-YTHOLOGIES v work by Lucinda Bliss, Stephen Burt, Rebecca WORKBY,UCINDA"LISS 3TEPHEN"URT 2EBECCA Fitzpatrick, Carrie Scanga, Todd Watts and &ITZPATRICK #ARRIE3CANGA 4ODD7ATTSAND Timothy Wilson, through Aug. 25. 780-0700. 4IMOTHY7ILSON THROUGH!UG  Green Hand Bookshop, Portland: "Beasts and 'REEN(AND"OOKSHOP 0ORTLANDh"EASTSAND Botany," art by Elise Smorczewski, through "OTANY vARTBY%LISE3MORCZEWSKI THROUGH Monday. 253-6808. -ONDAY  Harmon's & Barton's Gallery, Portland: Francine (ARMONS"ARTONS'ALLERY 0ORTLAND&RANCINE Schrock and Caren-Marie Michel, "Size Matters," 3CHROCKAND#AREN -ARIE-ICHEL h3IZE-ATTERS v through Tuesday, THROUGH4UESDAYHARMONSBARTONSCOM Addison Woolley Gallery, Portland: "City Limit," !DDISON7OOLLEY'ALLERY 0ORTLANDh#ITY,IMIT v photographs by Karen Bushold and Susan Porter, PHOTOGRAPHSBY+AREN"USHOLDAND3USAN0ORTER through Saturday, THROUGH3ATURDAYADDISONWOOLLEYCOM Greenhut Galleries, Portland: Jeff Bye, 'REENHUT'ALLERIES 0ORTLAND*EFF"YE

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NVTJDBMQJUUFEUIF:BOLFFTBHBJOTUUIF musical pitted the Yankees against the Washington Senators. 8BTIJOHUPO4FOBUPST .S"QQMFHBUFJTUIFEFWJMNBTRVFSBEJOH Mr. Applegate is the devil masquerading BTBTMJDLTBMFTNBO)FUFMMTUIFIFSPBOE as a slick salesman. He tells the hero and long-suffering Red Sox fan Joe Boyd that MPOHTVGGFSJOH3FE4PYGBO+PF#PZEUIBU JGIFHJWFTVQIJTTPVM IFXJMMDPNFCBDL if he gives up his soul, he will come back as Joe Hardy, the long-ball hitter that the BT+PF)BSEZ UIFMPOHCBMMIJUUFSUIBUUIF 4PYOFFEUPCFBUUIF:BOLFFT Sox need to beat the Yankees. Kressley has some history with the Red ,SFTTMFZIBTTPNFIJTUPSZXJUIUIF3FE 4PY"GUFSUIF4PYXPOUIF8PSME4FSJFTJO Sox. After the Sox won the World Series in 2004, Kressley and his pals on the hit TV  ,SFTTMFZBOEIJTQBMTPOUIFIJU57 TIPXi2VFFS&ZFGPSUIF4USBJHIU(VZw show "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" did a makeover of some of the team's EJEBNBLFPWFSPGTPNFPGUIFUFBNT QMBZFST players. "I didn't even make it to first base," he i*EJEOUFWFONBLFJUUPmSTUCBTF wIF laments, but still enjoyed his association MBNFOUT CVUTUJMMFOKPZFEIJTBTTPDJBUJPO with the team. "I'm very well-acquainted XJUIUIFUFBNi*NWFSZXFMMBDRVBJOUFE with the team and more importantly how XJUIUIFUFBNBOENPSFJNQPSUBOUMZIPX beloved they are by their fans. That's a CFMPWFEUIFZBSFCZUIFJSGBOT5IBUTB big part of the special Red Sox version of CJHQBSUPGUIFTQFDJBM3FE4PYWFSTJPOPG 'Damn Yankees' we are doing in Maine." A%BNO:BOLFFTXFBSFEPJOHJO.BJOFw Veteran Broadway choreographer Jeffry 7FUFSBO#SPBEXBZDIPSFPHSBQIFS+FGGSZ Denman directs the Ogunquit version %FONBOEJSFDUTUIF0HVORVJUWFSTJPO of this show. Working with Kressley has PGUIJTTIPX8PSLJOHXJUI,SFTTMFZIBT been a joy, he said. CFFOBKPZ IFTBJE "Carson thinks he cannot sing, but i$BSTPOUIJOLTIFDBOOPUTJOH CVU Carson has an amazing voice that is $BSTPOIBTBOBNB[JOHWPJDFUIBUJT untrained," Denman said. "He sings the VOUSBJOFE w%FONBOTBJEi)FTJOHTUIF way he speaks, which is what you are XBZIFTQFBLT XIJDIJTXIBUZPVBSF supposed to do. He has a beautiful tenor TVQQPTFEUPEP)FIBTBCFBVUJGVMUFOPS voice. I am just trying to point him in the WPJDF*BNKVTUUSZJOHUPQPJOUIJNJOUIF right direction. SJHIUEJSFDUJPO "When you watch him, you realize he is i8IFOZPVXBUDIIJN ZPVSFBMJ[FIFJT coming from a place of joy. That is musiDPNJOHGSPNBQMBDFPGKPZ5IBUJTNVTJ cal theater right there -just joy. He walks DBMUIFBUFSSJHIUUIFSFoKVTUKPZ)FXBMLT on stage with a certain amount of presPOTUBHFXJUIBDFSUBJOBNPVOUPGQSFT ence. He is disarmingly charming." FODF)FJTEJTBSNJOHMZDIBSNJOHw This is Kressley's second time at 5IJTJT,SFTTMFZTTFDPOEUJNFBU Ogunquit. He appeared in "The Drowsy 0HVORVJU)FBQQFBSFEJOi5IF%SPXTZ Chaperone" in 2010, but not without arm$IBQFSPOFwJO CVUOPUXJUIPVUBSN twisting. UXJTUJOH He was skeptical when the theater's )FXBTTLFQUJDBMXIFOUIFUIFBUFST executive director, Brad Kenney, pitched FYFDVUJWFEJSFDUPS #SBE,FOOFZ QJUDIFE him the idea. "But honestly, I had such IJNUIFJEFBi#VUIPOFTUMZ *IBETVDI a great time doing that show and appreBHSFBUUJNFEPJOHUIBUTIPXBOEBQQSF ciated the quality of that show and the DJBUFEUIFRVBMJUZPGUIBUTIPXBOEUIF Ogunquit team's production values, that 0HVORVJUUFBNTQSPEVDUJPOWBMVFT UIBU this time it was an easy sell," Kressley UIJTUJNFJUXBTBOFBTZTFMM w,SFTTMFZ wrote. XSPUF "There are so many great things about i5IFSFBSFTPNBOZHSFBUUIJOHTBCPVU


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XPSLJOHBUUIF0HVORVJU1MBZIPVTF0G working at the Ogunquit Playhouse. Of DPVSTF JUJTCFBVUJGVM*BEPSF.BJOFBOE course, it is beautiful. I adore Maine and MPWFUIFXIPMFJEFBPGCFJOHUIFSFJOUIF love the whole idea of being there in the summer: Eating lobster, going to the TVNNFS&BUJOHMPCTUFS HPJOHUPUIF CFBDI XFBSJOHTVQFSQSFQQZDMPUIFT beach, wearing super-preppy clothes - I've been busy embroidering whales on o*WFCFFOCVTZFNCSPJEFSJOHXIBMFTPO everything I own." FWFSZUIJOH*PXOw %$"OEFSTPOQMBZT+PF#PZE"OEFS D.C. Anderson plays Joe Boyd. AnderTPOXJMMBQQFBSPO#SPBEXBZUIJTGBMMJO son will appear on Broadway this fall in UIFNVTJDBMi3FCFDDB wBOEIBTBMPOH the musical "Rebecca," and has a long string of credits in regional theater. Sam TUSJOHPGDSFEJUTJOSFHJPOBMUIFBUFS4BN 1SJODF XIPIBTQFSGPSNFE0GG#SPBEXBZ Prince, who has performed Off-Broadway BOESFHJPOBMMZ QMBZT+PF)BSEZ+FOOJGFS and regionally, plays Joe Hardy. Jennifer Cody plays Gloria. She has appeared at $PEZQMBZT(MPSJB4IFIBTBQQFBSFEBU Ogunquit in "All Shook Up" and "Cinder0HVORVJUJOi"MM4IPPL6QwBOEi$JOEFS ella," and on Broadway and Off-Broadway. FMMB wBOEPO#SPBEXBZBOE0GG#SPBEXBZ For Denman, "Damn Yankees" pres'PS%FONBO i%BNO:BOLFFTwQSFT ents a perfect opportunity. He is a huge FOUTBQFSGFDUPQQPSUVOJUZ)FJTBIVHF CBTFCBMMGBOXIPGVMMZVOEFSTUBOETUIF baseball fan who fully understands the depth of the rivalry between the Red Sox EFQUIPGUIFSJWBMSZCFUXFFOUIF3FE4PY BOEUIF:BOLFFT)JTBMMFHJBODFJTUPUIF and the Yankees. His allegiance is to the Yankees, but he has great respect for the :BOLFFT CVUIFIBTHSFBUSFTQFDUGPSUIF Red Sox and their fans. 3FE4PYBOEUIFJSGBOT "I hope, I hope, I hope that audience i*IPQF *IPQF *IPQFUIBUBVEJFODF members won't hold that against me," he NFNCFSTXPOUIPMEUIBUBHBJOTUNF wIF said. "I was brought up a Yankees fan by TBJEi*XBTCSPVHIUVQB:BOLFFTGBOCZ my father. There is great loyalty there. NZGBUIFS5IFSFJTHSFBUMPZBMUZUIFSF But some of my best and dearest friends #VUTPNFPGNZCFTUBOEEFBSFTUGSJFOET are Red Sox fans. I admire them because BSF3FE4PYGBOT*BENJSFUIFNCFDBVTF of the smart way they follow baseball. PGUIFTNBSUXBZUIFZGPMMPXCBTFCBMM They know what they are talking about. 5IFZLOPXXIBUUIFZBSFUBMLJOHBCPVU They are not fair-weather fans. They are 5IFZBSFOPUGBJSXFBUIFSGBOT5IFZBSF loyal." MPZBMw Denman thinks Red Sox fans will love %FONBOUIJOLT3FE4PYGBOTXJMMMPWF this show. He has added a few bits of UIJTTIPX)FIBTBEEFEBGFXCJUTPG Sox and baseball trivia - little nods that 4PYBOECBTFCBMMUSJWJBoMJUUMFOPETUIBU die-hard fans will pick up on and maybe EJFIBSEGBOTXJMMQJDLVQPOBOENBZCF chuckle at. "I know my baseball history, DIVDLMFBUi*LOPXNZCBTFCBMMIJTUPSZ  and have to infuse that into the show as BOEIBWFUPJOGVTFUIBUJOUPUIFTIPXBT much as I can," he said. NVDIBT*DBO wIFTBJE He also think fans will appreciate the )FBMTPUIJOLGBOTXJMMBQQSFDJBUFUIF crisp white home uniforms of the Red DSJTQXIJUFIPNFVOJGPSNTPGUIF3FE Sox. 4PY "When you see them, you will go, 'Oh, i8IFOZPVTFFUIFN ZPVXJMMHP A0I  that's awesome,' he said. "I equate baseUIBUTBXFTPNF IFTBJEi*FRVBUFCBTF ball uniforms to superhero uniforms. It's CBMMVOJGPSNTUPTVQFSIFSPVOJGPSNT*UT like seeing Superman there, and that is MJLFTFFJOH4VQFSNBOUIFSF BOEUIBUJT how we are playing Joe Hardy. You see IPXXFBSFQMBZJOH+PF)BSEZ:PVTFF the 'Red Sox' script across the white, it's UIFA3FE4PYTDSJQUBDSPTTUIFXIJUF JUT just iconic." KVTUJDPOJDw Staff Writer Bob Keyes can be contacted at 791-6457 AbOTTE`WbS`0]P9SgSaQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%'$"#% or: ]`( bkeyes@pressherald. com PYSgSa.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][ Twitter: pphbkeyes BeWbbS`(^^VPYSgSa

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Continued from Page E24 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 " "Baker's Dozen," studio installation, through h"AKERS$OZEN vSTUDIOINSTALLATION THROUGH Tuesday, 4UESDAYSPINDLEWORKSORG ,ITTLE$OG#OFFEE3HOP "RUNSWICKh3TUDIO Little Dog Coffee Shop, Brunswick: "Studio 3ELECTION  vLATESTWORKSFROM3PINDLEWORKS Selection, 1 , " latest works from Spindleworks studios, through Tuesday, STUDIOS THROUGH4UESDAYSPINDLEWORKSORG Topsham Public Library: "Studio Selection, 2," 4OPSHAM0UBLIC,IBRARYh3TUDIO3ELECTION  v LATESTWORKSFROM3PINDLEWORKSSTUDIOS THROUGH latest works from Spindleworks studios, through Aug. 5. !UGSPINDLEWORKSORG Markings Gallery, Bath: "Into the Kitchen," artful -ARKINGS'ALLERY "ATHh)NTOTHE+ITCHEN vARTFUL kitchen elements featuring Nan Kilbourn-Tara, KITCHENELEMENTSFEATURING.AN+ILBOURN 4ARA Ann Prescott, Mark Irving and Maggie's Farms, !NN0RESCOTT -ARK)RVINGAND-AGGIES&ARMS through Aug. 29. THROUGH!UGMARKINGSGALLERYCOM Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, Boothbay: #OASTAL-AINE"OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAY Julie Babb, bird-related art, through Sunday; *ULIE"ABB BIRD RELATEDART THROUGH3UNDAY "Watershed's Legends: 25 Years of Residencies," h7ATERSHEDS,EGENDS9EARSOF2ESIDENCIES v work in clay, and "Garden Pots," through Aug. WORKINCLAY ANDh'ARDEN0OTS vTHROUGH!UG 3 1 ;h/NTHE7ING vSCULPTUREEXHIBITIONAND "On the Wing," sculpture exhibition and  sale, through Sept. 30. SALE THROUGH3EPTMAINEGARDENSORG Gleason Fine Art, Boothbay Harbor: Carole 'LEASON&INE!RT "OOTHBAY(ARBOR#AROLE Hanson, new sculptures; Kevin Beers, new (ANSON NEWSCULPTURES+EVIN"EERS NEW paintings; and Tim Christensen, drawings on PAINTINGSAND4IM#HRISTENSEN DRAWINGSON porcelain, through Saturday. 633-6849. PORCELAIN THROUGH3ATURDAY  Gold/Smith Gallery, Boothbay Harbor: Diana 'OLD3MITH'ALLERY "OOTHBAY(ARBOR$IANA Young, "The Walnut Ink Drawings," through 9OUNG h4HE7ALNUT)NK$RAWINGS vTHROUGH Monday. 633-6252. -ONDAY  Pemaquid Art Gallery: Group show, through 0EMAQUID!RT'ALLERY'ROUPSHOW THROUGH Oct. 8. 677-2752. /CT  York Public Library: Carol Ann Powley, "Art 9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY#AROL!NN0OWLEY h!RT Quilt Odyssey," mixed-media art quilts, through 1UILT/DYSSEY vMIXED MEDIAARTQUILTS THROUGH Aug. 6; Tim Beavis retrospective, through !UG4IM"EAVISRETROSPECTIVE THROUGH Aug. 28. !UGYORKLIBMEUS George Marshall Store Gallery, York: "Currents: 'EORGE-ARSHALL3TORE'ALLERY 9ORKh#URRENTS Celebrating the Working Waterfront," through #ELEBRATINGTHE7ORKING7ATERFRONT vTHROUGH Aug. 19. 351-1083. !UG  York Art Association, York Harbor: "Good Old 9ORK!RT!SSOCIATION 9ORK(ARBORh'OOD/LD Summertime," annual summer members' show, 3UMMERTIME vANNUALSUMMERMEMBERSSHOW through Aug. 5. THROUGH!UGYORKARTASSOCIATIONCOM Corey Daniels Gallery, Wells: Sarah Bouchard, #OREY$ANIELS'ALLERY 7ELLS3ARAH"OUCHARD Clint Fulkerson and David Raymond, sculpture, #LINT&ULKERSONAND$AVID2AYMOND SCULPTURE drawings, lambda prints, block prints and DRAWINGS LAMBDAPRINTS BLOCKPRINTSAND drawings, through Aug. 4. 646-5301. DRAWINGS THROUGH!UG  Denmark Arts Center: Jean Kigel, "Aquarium $ENMARK!RTS#ENTER*EAN+IGEL h!QUARIUM and Aviary," Gyotaku monoprints and Asian AND!VIARY v'YOTAKUMONOPRINTSAND!SIAN brush bird paintings, through Aug. 2. 452-2412. BRUSHBIRDPAINTINGS THROUGH!UG  Perimeter Gallery, Belfast: "Mountain Star Mind 0ERIMETER'ALLERY "ELFASTh-OUNTAIN3TAR-IND Testament," mixed-media by Peter Voshefski, 4ESTAMENT vMIXED MEDIABY0ETER6OSHEFSKI through Sunday. 338-0555. THROUGH3UNDAY  Waterfall Arts, Belfast: David McLaughlin, 7ATERFALL!RTS "ELFAST$AVID-C,AUGHLIN "The Art of Salvage, Pigeon, 100 Hammers h4HE!RTOF3ALVAGE 0IGEON (AMMERS and BCOPE Photographs," through Saturday. AND"#/0%0HOTOGRAPHS vTHROUGH3ATURDAY WATERFALLARTSORG Barn Gallery, Ogunquit: 16th Annual "ARN'ALLERY /GUNQUITTH!NNUAL Regional Artists Exhibition, through Saturday. 2EGIONAL!RTISTS%XHIBITION THROUGH3ATURDAY BARNGALLERYORG Emery Community Arts Center, Farmington: %MERY#OMMUNITY!RTS#ENTER &ARMINGTON Harold Garde, "People, Places and Things," (AROLD'ARDE h0EOPLE 0LACESAND4HINGS v expressionist paintings, through Aug. 12. EXPRESSIONISTPAINTINGS THROUGH!UG EMERYARTSUMFMAINEEDUCALENDAR


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The Kymara Gallery in Biddeford BVS9g[O`O5OZZS`gW\0WRRST]`R presents "Two Loves - Sex, Art, and ^`SaS\baµBe]:]dSa³ASf/`bO\R the Love that Dare not Speak its bVS:]dSbVOb2O`S\]bA^SOYWba Name." It opens with a reception <O[S¶7b]^S\aeWbVO`SQS^bW]\ from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, and will T`][%b]^[4`WROgO\ReWZZ remain on view through the end of `S[OW\]\dWSebV`]cUVbVSS\R]T the year. bVSgSO` The exhibition is presented in BVSSfVWPWbW]\Wa^`SaS\bSRW\ partnership with the Leslie-Lohman ^O`b\S`aVW^eWbVbVS:SaZWS:]V[O\ Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art ;caSc[]T5OgO\R:SaPWO\/`b in New York City. The exhibition W\<SeG]`Y1WbgBVSSfVWPWbW]\ includes selections from the W\QZcRSaaSZSQbW]\aT`][bVS museum's permanent collection of [caSc[¸a^S`[O\S\bQ]ZZSQbW]\]T original paintings, sculpture and ]`WUW\OZ^OW\bW\UaaQcZ^bc`SO\R photography ranging from the ^V]b]U`O^Vg`O\UW\UT`][bVS years 1650 to 2010. gSO`a$#b]  On view will be works by Andy =\dWSeeWZZPSe]`YaPg/\Rg Warhol and Keith Haring, as well EO`V]ZO\R9SWbV6O`W\UOaeSZZ as a selection of prints by Maine OaOaSZSQbW]\]T^`W\baPg;OW\S native Robert W. Richards. \ObWdS@]PS`bE@WQVO`Ra Portland's VJ Foo will provide >]`bZO\R¸aD84]]eWZZ^`]dWRS music at Friday's opening. [caWQOb4`WROg¸a]^S\W\U The Kymara Gallery is in the North BVS9g[O`O5OZZS`gWaW\bVS<]`bV Dam Mill, 2;OW\Ab0cWZRW\U% Main St., Building 17, 2O[;WZZ Suite 220, in Biddeford. Gallery AcWbS W\0WRRST]`R5OZZS`g hours are noon to 4:30 p.m. V]c`aO`S\]]\b]"(!^[ Tuesday to Saturday and by BcSaROgb]AObc`ROgO\RPg appointment. For information, call O^^]W\b[S\b4]`W\T]`[ObW]\QOZZ 286-7399. &$%!'' ´0]P9SgSaabOTTe`WbS` River Tree Arts, Kennebunk: "Painters, Players 2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNKh0AINTERS 0LAYERS and Poets," multi-media exhibit of Maine-based AND0OETS vMULTI MEDIAEXHIBITOF-AINE BASED artists, writers, composers and furniture makers, ARTISTS WRITERS COMPOSERSANDFURNITUREMAKERS through Aug. 4. THROUGH!UGRIVERTREEARTSORG Kennebunk Free Library: "The Life of a +ENNEBUNK&REE,IBRARYh4HE,IFEOFA Collection: Spotlight on Hats," through Tuesday. #OLLECTION3POTLIGHTON(ATS vTHROUGH4UESDAY KENNEBUNKLIBRARYORG River Arts, Damariscotta: "Legends of Watershed 2IVER!RTS $AMARISCOTTAh,EGENDSOF7ATERSHED Center for Ceramic Arts," work in clay, through #ENTERFOR#ERAMIC!RTS vWORKINCLAY THROUGH Friday, &RIDAYRIVERARTSMEORG Savory Maine, Damariscotta: Paintings 3AVORY-AINE $AMARISCOTTA0AINTINGS by Hannah Ineson, through Aug. 2 1 . BY(ANNAH)NESON THROUGH!UG SAVORYMAINEDININGCOM Damariscotta River G r i l l : "Dancing in the $AMARISCOTTA2IVER'RILLh$ANCINGINTHE Light," Art at the Grill exhibit, through Monday. ,IGHT v!RTATTHE'RILLEXHIBIT THROUGH-ONDAY DAMARISCOTTARIVERGRILLCOM Just Us Chickens Gallery, Kittery: "July *UST5S#HICKENS'ALLERY +ITTERYh*ULY Bonanza Art Explosion," through Tuesday. "ONANZA!RT%XPLOSION vTHROUGH4UESDAY JUSTUSCHICKENSNET Haley Art Gallery, Kittery: "Secret Garden," (ALEY!RT'ALLERY +ITTERYh3ECRET'ARDEN v garden-inspired art, through Aug. 30. 439-7612. GARDEN INSPIREDART THROUGH!UG  Bates College (Chase Hall), Lewiston: Bates "ATES#OLLEGE#HASE(ALL ,EWISTON"ATES Dance Festival dance photo exhibit, through $ANCE&ESTIVALDANCEPHOTOEXHIBIT THROUGH Aug. 1 1 . !UGBATESDANCEFESTIVALORG Lyceum Gallery, Lewiston: "Different Strokes: ,YCEUM'ALLERY ,EWISTONh$IFFERENT3TROKES The Paintings of Richard Field and Jan 4HE0AINTINGSOF2ICHARD&IELDAND*AN

MONDAY -/.$!9 Bluegrass Night, 21-plus; Empire "LUEGRASS.IGHT  PLUS%MPIRE Dine and Dance, Portland. $INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 6 p.m. jam, 8 PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPMJAM  p.m. concert. PMCONCERT Portland Reggae All-Stars, downstairs 0ORTLAND2EGGAE!LL 3TARS DOWNSTAIRS features The Congress St. Sheiks FEATURES4HE#ONGRESS3T3HEIKS playing blues and country blues, PLAYINGBLUESANDCOUNTRYBLUES Empire Dine and Dance, Portland. %MPIRE$INEAND$ANCE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. PORTLANDEMPIRECOMPM Model Airplane Mondays, soul -ODEL!IRPLANE-ONDAYS SOUL and funk, Big Easy, Portland. $5. ANDFUNK "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 "Cover to Cover," Kenya Hall h#OVERTO#OVER v+ENYA(ALL performs "Back to Black" album by PERFORMSh"ACKTO"LACKvALBUMBY Amy Winehouse, Big Easy, Portland. !MY7INEHOUSE "IG%ASY 0ORTLAND $5. 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Brian Patricks, singer-songwriter, "RIAN0ATRICKS SINGER SONGWRITER Andy's Old Port Pub, Portland. !NDYS/LD0ORT0UB 0ORTLAND

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"Dancers," by Richard Banks, 1950, Âľ2O\QS`aÂśPg@WQVO`R0O\Ya'# Ink and watercolor on paper 7\YO\ReObS`Q]Z]`]\^O^S` Zaremba," through Aug. 17. 576-4805. :AREMBA vTHROUGH!UG  University of Southern Maine (Atrium Art 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!TRIUM!RT Gallery), Lewiston: "Tell Me a Story: A World 'ALLERY ,EWISTONh4ELL-EA3TORY!7ORLD of Wonders," children's book illustrations by 11 OF7ONDERS vCHILDRENSBOOKILLUSTRATIONSBY Maine artists, through Aug. 3. 753-6500. -AINEARTISTS THROUGH!UG  Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset: "Illustrated -AINE!RT'ALLERY 7ISCASSETh)LLUSTRATED Passages," artists select text to accompany their 0ASSAGES vARTISTSSELECTTEXTTOACCOMPANYTHEIR art, through Aug. 19. ART THROUGH!UGMAINEARTGALLERYCOM Wiscasset Bay Gallery: "Expanding Horizons 7ISCASSET"AY'ALLERYh%XPANDING(ORIZONS in 20th Century Maine Art," 20th-century INTH#ENTURY-AINE!RT vTH CENTURY American paintings and new works by New !MERICANPAINTINGSANDNEWWORKSBY.EW England artists, through Aug. 8. 882-7682. %NGLANDARTISTS THROUGH!UG  University of Maine (Acadian Archives), 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE!CADIAN!RCHIVES Fort Kent: "L'ArtCADIE," work by artists from &ORT+ENTh,!RT#!$)% vWORKBYARTISTSFROM across eastern Canada that highlight the 400th ACROSSEASTERN#ANADATHATHIGHLIGHTTHETH anniversary of the founding of Acadia, through ANNIVERSARYOFTHEFOUNDINGOF!CADIA THROUGH Aug. 15.834-7536. !UG  Harlow Gallery, Hallowell: "Hallowell through (ARLOW'ALLERY (ALLOWELLh(ALLOWELLTHROUGH History" and "Model Citizens," through (ISTORYvANDh-ODEL#ITIZENS vTHROUGH Saturday; Pamela Hetherly, oil paintings, through 3ATURDAY0AMELA(ETHERLY OILPAINTINGS THROUGH Sept. 7. 3EPTHARLOWGALLERYORG Circling the Square Fine Art Press Gallery, #IRCLINGTHE3QUARE&INE!RT0RESS'ALLERY Gardiner: "Collaborative Connections," group 'ARDINERh#OLLABORATIVE#ONNECTIONS vGROUP exhibit, through Aug. 4. EXHIBIT THROUGH!UGTHEARTDOGSCOM Central Maine Artists Gallery, Skowhegan: #ENTRAL-AINE!RTISTS'ALLERY 3KOWHEGAN "The Art Quilt Show," contemporary art quilts h4HE!RT1UILT3HOW vCONTEMPORARYARTQUILTS 6:30 p.m. ANDYSOLDPORTPUBCOMPM Karaoke Night w i t h DJ Ponyfarm, +ARAOKE.IGHTWITH$*0ONYFARM 21-plus; Slainte, Portland. $3, $5.  PLUS3LAINTE 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. SLAINTEWINEBARCOMPM Wayne DeLano, saxophone player/ 7AYNE$E,ANO SAXOPHONEPLAYER pianist, Gingko Blue, Portland. PIANIST 'INGKO"LUE 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. GINGKOBLUECOMPM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Bright Light Social Hour, "RIGHT,IGHT3OCIAL(OUR rock, Bayside Bowl, Portland. ROCK "AYSIDE"OWL 0ORTLAND 8 p.m. BAYSIDEBOWLCOMPM Ben Kilcollins, acoustic, RiRa, "EN+ILCOLLINS ACOUSTIC 2I2A Portland, 8:30 p.m. 0ORTLANDRIRACOMPM Octane, jazz and swing, Gingko Blue, /CTANE JAZZANDSWING 'INGKO"LUE Portland, 8 p.m. 0ORTLANDGINGKOBLUECOMPM Rap Night, local DJs and musicians, 2AP.IGHT LOCAL$*SANDMUSICIANS 21-plus; Big Easy, Portland. $3.  PLUS"IG%ASY 0ORTLAND 9 p.m. BIGEASYPORTLANDCOMPM Sean Sheerins, Irish music, Blue, 3EAN3HEERINS )RISHMUSIC "LUE Portland. Donation, 0ORTLAND$ONATIONPORTCITYBLUECOM

INCLUDINGLANDSCAPE ABSTRACTANDPICTORIAL including landscape, abstract and pictorial PIECES THROUGH!UG  pieces, through Aug. 4. 858-0797. O l d Post Office Gallery, Georgetown: "Coast /LD0OST/FlCE'ALLERY 'EORGETOWNh#OAST and Country," works by five local artists, through AND#OUNTRY vWORKSBYlVELOCALARTISTS THROUGH today. 371-2015. TODAY  Littlefield Gallery, Winter Harbor: Mark ,ITTLElELD'ALLERY 7INTER(ARBOR-ARK (ERRINGTONAND*OSEPH(AROUTUNIANh2OCKAND Herrington and Joseph Haroutunian: "Rock and *AZZ vSCULPTUREANDPAINTINGS THROUGH!UG Jazz," sculpture and paintings, through Aug. 15. LITTLElELDGALLERYCOM Frost Gully Gallery, Thomaston: Thomas Crotty, &ROST'ULLY'ALLERY 4HOMASTON4HOMAS#ROTTY -AINELANDSCAPES THROUGH3ATURDAYNEWWORKS Maine landscapes, through Saturday; new works BY*ANICE!NTHONY $AHLOV)PCAR $IANE$AHLKE by Janice Anthony, Dahlov Ipcar, Diane Dahlke, 4OM#ROTTY 2OBERT$YERAND-ARGARET'ILL Tom Crotty, Robert Dyer and Margaret Gill, THROUGH!UGFROSTGULLYGALLERYCOM through Aug. 18. Haynes Galleries, Thomaston: "The Portrait (AYNES'ALLERIES 4HOMASTONh4HE0ORTRAIT in American Realism," drawings, paintings, IN!MERICAN2EALISM vDRAWINGS PAINTINGS sculpture and photographs by American Realists SCULPTUREANDPHOTOGRAPHSBY!MERICAN2EALISTS from the 19th to 21 st centuries, through Friday. FROMTHETHTOSTCENTURIES THROUGH&RIDAY HAYNESGALLERIESCOM Turtle Gallery, Deer Isle: "Continuing 4URTLE'ALLERY $EER)SLEh#ONTINUING Connections: Craft Media," work by Ingrid #ONNECTIONS#RAFT-EDIA vWORKBY)NGRID Merken, Chris Joyce, Robin Cust, Jeffrey -ERKEN #HRIS*OYCE 2OBIN#UST *EFFREY Becton and Sequoia Miller, through Aug. 4. "ECTONAND3EQUOIA-ILLER THROUGH!UG TURTLEGALLERYCOM Downtown Gallery, Washington: "Landscape $OWNTOWN'ALLERY 7ASHINGTONh,ANDSCAPE Languages," work by Barbara Vanderbilt, ,ANGUAGES vWORKBY"ARBARA6ANDERBILT #YNTHIA7HITEAND-ARY"OOTHBY THROUGH!UG Cynthia White and Mary Boothby, through Aug.   12.845-2225. "LUE7ATER&INE!RTS 0ORT#LYDE"ARBARA%RNST Blue Water Fine Arts, Port Clyde: Barbara Ernst 0REY h&ORTY9EARSOF0AINTING vNEVER BEFORE Prey, "Forty Years of Painting," 30 never-beforeSEENWATERCOLORS DRY BRUSHANDOILPAINTINGS seen watercolors, dry-brush and oil paintings, THROUGH!UGBLUEWATERlNEARTSCOM through Aug. 3 1 . #OURTHOUSE'ALLERY&INE!RT %LLSWORTH.EW Courthouse Gallery Fine Art, Ellsworth: New WORKSBYMULTIPLEARTISTS THROUGH!UG works by multiple artists, through Aug. 12. COURTHOUSEGALLERYCOM -ERRYMEETING!RTS#ENTER "OWDOINHAM Merrymeeting Arts Center, Bowdoinham: h4HREE4OWN!RTISTS v#ARLO0ITTORE "RYCE-UIR "Three Town Artists," Carlo Pittore, Bryce Muir AND#ARTER3MITH THROUGH3EPT and Carter Smith, through Sept. 23. MERRYMEETINGARTSCENTERORG 9VETTE4ORRES&INE!RT 2OCKLAND!RTOF!NNE Yvette Torres Fine Art, Rockland: Art of Anne !YVALIOTIS THROUGH3UNDAY  Ayvaliotis, through Sunday. 332-4014. #2!&4'ALLERY 2OCKLANDh"EYOND2UGS4HE CRAFT Gallery, Rockland: "Beyond Rugs: The (ANDWOVEN2UGAS!RT vTHROUGH!UG Handwoven Rug as Art," through Aug. 1 1 . CRAFTONELMCOM #ALDBECK'ALLERY 2OCKLAND0AINTINGSOF$ENNIS Caldbeck Gallery, Rockland: Paintings of Dennis 0INETTEAND*EFF%PSTEIN THROUGH!UG Pinette and Jeff Epstein, through Aug. 1 1 . 594 5935. !RCHIPELAGO 2OCKLAND*EAN+IGEL h/F3OLAR Archipelago, Rockland: Jean Kigel, "Of Solar &LARESAND.ORTHERN,IGHTS vWATERCOLORSAND!SIAN Flares and Northern Lights," watercolors and Asian BRUSHPAINTING THROUGH4UESDAY  brush painting, through Tuesday. 594-0701. 4WIN"ROOKS3TRETCHERS ,INCOLNVILLE#HRIS Twin Brooks Stretchers, Lincolnville: Chris 0OLSON NEWLARGEPAINTINGS THROUGH3EPT Poison, new large paintings, through Sept. 14.   763-4271. #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC%THEL("LUM'ALLERY College of the Atlantic (Ethel H. Blum Gallery), "AR(ARBOR*ANE$AVIS$OGGETT h4ALKING Bar Harbor: Jane Davis Doggett, "Talking 'RAPHICSWITH7ATERSCAPES vCANVAS PRINTED Graphics with Waterscapes," canvas-printed VECTORGRAPHICS THROUGH!UG  vector graphics, through Aug. 3. 288-5015. !RT'ALLERIESAT5NIVERSITYOF-AINEAT-ACHIAS Art Galleries at University of Maine at Machias: 2OBERT"RYSON h0ORTRAIT0ROJECT  v Robert Bryson, "Portrait Project 2011-2012," PAINTINGSANDPORTRAITSOFTHEPASTYEARS paintings and portraits of the past 25 years, THROUGH!UG  through Aug. 10. 255-1279.

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$100. S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!# %7292 ' A u g . 16 - Girl Talk, 8 : 3 0 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , /cU$³5W`ZBOZY&(!^[AbObSBVSOb`S P o r t l a n d . $ 2#!AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R 5/$30. Statetheatreportland. >]`bZO\R com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic C e n t e r b o x o f f i c e 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS A u g . 16 - T h e W a i l e r s , 9 p.m., A s y l u m , /cU$³BVSEOWZS`a'^[/agZc[ P o r t l a n d . $ 2 0 / $ 2 !>]`bZO\ROagZc[Q][) 3.; >]`bZO\R 7 7 2& - 8 2 %" 74. %% A u g . 16 - S h e m e k i a C o p e l a n d , 8 p.m., /cU$³AVS[SYWO1]^SZO\R&^[ S t o n e M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . Ab]\S;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR 5.; 9 3 5 $ 2 #Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!# %7292 ' A u g . 17 - Sara Hallie R i c h a r d s o n , 8 p.m., /cU%³AO`O6OZZWS@WQVO`Ra]\&^[ O n e L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $ 8 . =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R& O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% A u g . 17 - Erin D o n o v a n , 8 p.m., S t a t e /cU%³3`W\2]\]dO\&^[AbObS T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . $ 2AbObSbVSOb`S 0. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; ( 8 0 0 ) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r b o x 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f office ]T¿QS A u g . 18 - Southside J o h n n y and The /cU&³A]cbVaWRS8]V\\gO\RBVS Poor Fools, 8 p.m., O p e r a H o u s e >]]`4]]Za&^[=^S`O6]caS a t B o o t h b a y Harbor. $ 2#! 5/$30. Ob0]]bVPOg6O`P]` B o o t h b a y o p e r a h o u s e . c o m ; 633-5159 0]]bVPOg]^S`OV]caSQ][)$!!##' A u g . 18 - Laura C o r t e s e A c o u s t i c Project, /cU&³:Oc`O1]`bSaS/Q]cabWQ>`]XSQb 8 p.m., O n e L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . &^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R $15/$18. O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761#&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$ 1757 %#% A u g . 1 9 - Last S u m m e r o n E a r t h w i t h /cU'³:OabAc[[S`]\3O`bVeWbV B a r e n a k e d Ladies, Blues Traveler, Big H e a d 0O`S\OYSR:ORWSa0ZcSaB`OdSZS`0WU6SOR T o d d & M o n s t e r s , a n d Cracker, B]RR;]\abS`aO\R1`OQYS` 5 p.m., B a n g o r W a t e r f r o n t Pavilion. $23.25 #^[0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\ ! # t o $62.75.; (800) b]$ %#EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)& 745-3000 %"#! A u g . 19 - B o b M a r l e y 8 p.m., S t o n e /cU'³0]P;O`ZSg&^[Ab]\S M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $27.50. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR %# S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2'9 2 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% A u g . 2 2³2ST:S^^O`R>]Wa]\O\R:WbO - Def L e p p a r d , Poison a n d Lita /cU F o r d , 5 p.m., B a n g o r W a t e r f r o n t Pavilion. 4]`R#^[0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\ $41.75 to $101.75. W a t e r f r o n t c o n c e r t s . c o m ; "%#b]%#EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][) (800) 745-3000 &%"#! A u g . 2 2- 2!³5`OQS>]bbS`O\RbVS 3 - Grace P o t t e r a n d t h e /cU N o c t u r n a l s , 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . <]Qbc`\OZa&^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R 5/$30.; ( 8 0 0 ) $ 2#!AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)& 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic %"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ Center box office 1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS A u g . 2!³0]P;WZ\S%(!^[=^S`O 3 - B o b Milne, 7:30 p.m., O p e r a /cU H o u s e a t B o o t h b a y Harbor. $17/$22. 6]caSOb0]]bVPOg6O`P]`% B o o t h b a y o p e r a h o u s e . c o m ; 633-5159 0]]bVPOg]^S`OV]caSQ][)$!!##' A u g . 24 - Chris Smither, 8 p.m., S t o n e /cU "³1V`WaA[WbVS`&^[Ab]\S M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $ 2 0. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2'9 2 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% A u g . 2"³BVS1]Z]`OROaO\R 4 - The C o l o r a d a s a n d /cU Girls, Guns a n d Glory, 8 p.m., O n e 5W`Za5c\aO\R5Z]`g&^[=\S L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $ 8 / $ 1 0 . :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R& O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% A u g . 25 - Brave C o m b o , 8 p.m., O n e /cU #³0`OdS1][P]&^[=\S L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $ 2 0 / $ 2 # 5. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% A u g . 25 - A m e r i c a n Idol Live Tour 2012, /cU #³/[S`WQO\7R]Z:WdSB]c`   7 p.m., C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic Center, %^[1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS` P o r t l a n d . $ 2'#b]$#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) 9.50 to $65.; >]`bZO\R (800) 745-3000; 775-3458 &%"#!)%%#!"#& A u g . 25 - Enter t h e H a g g i s , 8 p.m., S t o n e /cU #³3\bS`bVS6OUUWa&^[Ab]\S M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $ 2# 5. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2'9 2 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% A u g . 25 - Brave C o m b o , 8 p.m., O n e /cU #³0`OdS1][P]&^[=\S L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $ 2 0 / $ 2 # 5. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% A u g . 3 0 - Built t o Spill, Helvetia, Revolt /cU!³0cWZbb]A^WZZ6SZdSbWO@Sd]Zb Revolt, 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . @Sd]Zb&^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R /$25 .; ( 8 0 0 ) $ 2 2 #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)& 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic %"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ Center box office 1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS A u g . 30 - La B o t t i n e S o u r i a n t e , 8 p.m., /cU!³:O0]bbW\SA]c`WO\bS&^[ S t o n e M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . Ab]\S;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR $60.; 935$Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!# %7292 ' A u g . 31 - Big T i m e Rush a n d /cU!³0WUBW[S@caVO\R C o d y S i m p s o n , 7 p.m., B a n g o r 1]RgAW[^a]\%^[0O\U]` W a t e r f r o n t Pavilion. $ 2 2b]$% to $67 EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\; (800) 745-3000 EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)&%"#! A u g . 31 - M a r t y S t u a r t & t h e F a b u l o u s /cU!³;O`bgAbcO`bbVS4OPcZ]ca S u p e r l a t i v e s , 8 p.m., S t o n e M o u n t a i n A r t s Ac^S`ZObWdSa&^[Ab]\S;]c\bOW\/`ba Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $ 8 0 . S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t 1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR&Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`b s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2'9 2 aQS\bS`Q][)'!#%

A u g . 31 - J o n H e r i n g t o n B a n d , 8 p.m., /cU!³8]\6S`W\Ub]\0O\R&^[ O n e L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $ 2 0. =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% S e p t . 1 - Iris D e m e n t , 8 p.m., O p e r a AS^b³7`Wa2S[S\b&^[=^S`O H o u s e a t B o o t h b a y Harbor. $ 2#! 5/$30. 6]caSOb0]]bVPOg6O`P]` B o o t h b a y o p e r a h o u s e . c o m ; 633-515 9 0]]bVPOg]^S`OV]caSQ][)$!!##' S e p t . 1 - Keith U r b a n a n d D a v i d Nail, 5:30 AS^b³9SWbVC`PO\O\R2OdWR<OWZ#(! p.m., B a n g o r W a t e r f r o n t Pavilion. $27.75 ^[0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\ %%# t o $71.75. W a t e r f r o n t c o n c e r t s . c o m ; ( 8 0 0 ) b]%%#EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)& 745-3000 %"#! S e p t . 1 - Q u e b e Sisters B a n d , 8 p.m., S t o n e AS^b³?cSPSAWabS`a0O\R&^[Ab]\S M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $ 2 0. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2' 92 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% S e p t . 2³8Oa]\/ZRSO\:cYS0`gO\#(! - J a s o n A l d e a n & Luke B r y a n , 5 : 3 0 AS^b p.m., B a n g o r W a t e r f r o n t Pavilion. $139.50 ^[0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\!'# t o $ 2$EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)& 60.; (800) b] 745-3000 %"#! S e p t . 2³8Oa]\/ZRSO\eWbV:cYS - J a s o n A l d e a n w i t h Luke AS^b B r y a n a n d Deejay Silver, 5 p.m., B a n g o r 0`gO\O\R2SSXOgAWZdS`#^[0O\U]` W a t e r f r o n t Pavilion. $27.75 to $71.75. EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\ %%#b]%%#; (800) 745-3000 EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)&%"#! S e p t . 5 - O d d F u t u r e , 8 : 3 0 p.m., S t a t e AS^b#³=RR4cbc`S&(!^[AbObS T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . $ 2#!AbObSbVSOb`S 5/$30. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; ( 8 0 0 ) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r b o x 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f office ]T¿QS S e p t . 7 - Na Palm, 10 p.m., P o r t C i t y AS^b%³<O>OZ[^[>]`b1Wbg Music Hall, P o r t l a n d . $10 to $ 2 0. ;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\Rb] P o r t c i t y m u s i c h a l l . c o m ; ( 8 8 8 ) 5 1 2A6=E -SHOW >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# S e p t . 7 - ZZ Top a n d L y n y r d S k y n y r d , AS^b%³HHB]^O\R:g\g`RAYg\g`R 5 p.m., S c a r b o r o u g h D o w n s . $55.75 to #^[AQO`P]`]cUV2]e\a##%#b] $95.75. W a t e r f r o n t c o n c e r t s . c o m ; ( 8 0 0 ) '#%#EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)& 745-3000 %"#! S e p t . 7 - L a u r e n Rioux a n d B r i t t a n y Haas, AS^b%³:Oc`S\@W]cfO\R0`WbbO\g6OOa 8 p.m., O n e L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . &^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R $15/$18. O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761#&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$ 1757 %#% S e p t . 8 - The M a c h i n e , 8 p.m., S t a t e AS^b&³BVS;OQVW\S&^[AbObS T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . $ 2 0 / $ 2 "AbObSbVSOb`S 4. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; ( 8 0 0 ) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r b o x 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f office ]T¿QS S e p t . 10 - A W O L N A T I O N , I m a g i n e D r a g o n s AS^b³/E=:</B7=<7[OUW\S2`OU]\a a n d Z E A L E , 8 p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . O\RH3/:3&^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R $ 1 8 / $ 2 AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)& 0.; ( 8 0 0 ) & 7 4 5 - 3 0 0 0 ; C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic %"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ Center box office 1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS S e p t . 15 - Beausoleil, 8 p.m., O n e AS^b#³0SOca]ZSWZ&^[=\S L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $ 3 0 / $ 3 5 . :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R!!# O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% S e p t . 16 - C o n n i e S m i t h , 8 p.m., S t o n e AS^b$³1]\\WSA[WbV&^[Ab]\S M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $ 4 5 . ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR"# S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2' 92 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% S e p t . 16 - G a l a c t i c w i t h C o r e y Glover, 8 AS^b$³5OZOQbWQeWbV1]`Sg5Z]dS`& p.m., P o r t C i t y Music Hall, P o r t l a n d . $18 to ^[>]`b1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R&b] $ 3 5 . P o r t c i t y m u s i c h a l l . c o m ; ( 8 8 8 ) 512- !#>]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# SHOW A6=E S e p t . 16 - T o m Rush, 7 p.m., AS^b$³B][@caV%^[ Jonathan's, Ogunquit. $ 3 7 5 0 / $ 4 0 . 5 0 . 8]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb!%#"# J o n a t h a n s r e s t a u r a n t . c o m ; 6 4 6 - 4 5 2$ 6 8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][)$"$"# S e p t . 18 - S t r e e t D o g s , 9 p.m., A s y l u m , AS^b&³Ab`SSb2]Ua'^[/agZc[ P o r t l a n d . $17. P o r t l a n d a s y l u m . c o m ; 7 7 2>]`bZO\R%>]`bZO\ROagZc[Q][)%% 8274. & %" S e p t . 18 - Dr. D o g w i t h Delta Spirit, 8 AS^b&³2`2]UeWbV2SZbOA^W`Wb& p.m., S t a t e T h e a t r e , P o r t l a n d . $ 2 2 / $ 2 # 5. ^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; ( 8 0 0 ) 745AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"# 3 0 0 0 ; C u m b e r l a n d C o u n t y Civic C e n t e r !)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS` box office P]f]T¿QS S e p t . 19 - Steve Earle, 8 p.m., S t o n e AS^b'³AbSdS3O`ZS&^[Ab]\S M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . $110. ;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 - 7 2' 92 Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!#% S e p t . 20 - J o y Kills S o r r o w , 8 p.m., O n e AS^b ³8]g9WZZaA]``]e&^[=\S L o n g f e l l o w Square, P o r t l a n d . $12/$15. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R # O n e l o n g f e l l o w s q u a r e . c o m ; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% S e p t . 20 - Steve Earle, 7:30 p.m., AS^b ³AbSdS3O`ZS%(!^[ Strand Theatre, Rockland. $ 6 0 . Ab`O\RBVSOb`S@]QYZO\R$; 594-0070. @]QYZO\Rab`O\RQ][)#'"% S e p t . 20 - Stars, 8 p.m., P o r t C i t y AS^b ³AbO`a&^[>]`b1Wbg Music Hall, P o r t l a n d . $ 2 2b]!" to $34. ;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R P o r t c i t y m u s i c h a l l . c o m ; ( 8 8 8 ) 5 1 2A6=E -SHOW >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# S e p t . 20 - N i t t y G r i t t y D i r t B a n d , 8 p.m., AS^b ³<Wbbg5`Wbbg2W`b0O\R&^[ S t o n e M o u n t a i n A r t s Center, B r o w n f i e l d . Ab]\S;]c\bOW\/`ba1S\bS`0`]e\¿SZR $75. S t o n e m o u n t a i n a r t s c e n t e r . c o m ; 9 3 5 %#Ab]\S[]c\bOW\O`baQS\bS`Q][)'!# 92 %7 2'

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PORTLAND POTTERY CAFE GFIKC8E;GFKK<IP:8=< WHERE: 122EOaVW\Ub]\/dS Washington Ave., E63@3( Portland; 772-4334 >]`bZO\R)%% "!!" HOURS: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday 6=C@A(%O[b]%^[;]\ROg to Thursday; 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Frib]BVc`aROg)%O[b]#^[4`W day; 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday ROg)&O[b]#^[AObc`ROg CHEAPEST GRUB: Pizza of the Day, 163/>3AB5@C0(>WhhO]TbVS2Og $3; egg sandwich or homemade !)SUUaO\ReWQV]`V][S[ORS soup, $4 a]c^" WAIT: Five to 10 minutes E/7B(4WdSb][W\cbSa PARKING: On street >/@97<5(=\ab`SSb HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE: No; there 6/<271/>>32/113AA70:3(<])bVS`S are two big steps. O`Sbe]PWUabS^a RATING: *** 1/2 @/B7<5(((( Based on a five-star scale 0OaSR]\OÂżdSabO`aQOZS

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The sandwich plus a medium cof5IFTBOEXJDIQMVTBNFEJVNDPG fee cost me $5 and change. GFFDPTUNFBOEDIBOHF Other choices for breakfast 0UIFSDIPJDFTGPSCSFBLGBTU include two eggs cooked to order JODMVEFUXPFHHTDPPLFEUPPSEFS with toast for $4.50; add a breakfast XJUIUPBTUGPSBEEBCSFBLGBTU meat or veggies for $1 more. NFBUPSWFHHJFTGPSNPSF Also on the menu are a cheese "MTPPOUIFNFOVBSFBDIFFTF and vegetable omelette with a side BOEWFHFUBCMFPNFMFUUFXJUIBTJEF salad ($5.50); bagel, lox, capers TBMBE  CBHFM MPY DBQFST and cream cheese ($4); a fruit and BOEDSFBNDIFFTF  BGSVJUBOE yogurt parfait ($4); and a bowl of ZPHVSUQBSGBJU  BOEBCPXMPG granola with milk or soy milk ($4). HSBOPMBXJUINJMLPSTPZNJML   All sandwiches and wraps are just "MMTBOEXJDIFTBOEXSBQTBSFKVTU $5, and they don't seem to be your  BOEUIFZEPOUTFFNUPCFZPVS usual luncheon meat-and-cheese VTVBMMVODIFPONFBUBOEDIFFTF variety you get at some delis. WBSJFUZZPVHFUBUTPNFEFMJT The sandwich menu includes 5IFTBOEXJDINFOVJODMVEFT sirloin tip, pulled pork, chicken TJSMPJOUJQ QVMMFEQPSL DIJDLFO Waldorf, a caprese, a grilled cheese 8BMEPSG BDBQSFTF BHSJMMFEDIFFTF with asparagus and tomato, and XJUIBTQBSBHVTBOEUPNBUP BOE a peanut butter club made with BQFBOVUCVUUFSDMVCNBEFXJUI Please see EAT, PageE28 Gc\Xj\j\\3/BGX^\<)/

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SBOLJOHJOUIFNBHB[JOFJO PE.PUU XIPIBTCFFOIFBE od Mott, who has been head ranking in the magazine in brewer at Portsmouth BrewOctober 2010. But it does say a 0DUPCFS#VUJUEPFTTBZB CSFXFSBU1PSUTNPVUI#SFX ery since 2003, recently left lot about the quality of the beers MPUBCPVUUIFRVBMJUZPGUIFCFFST FSZTJODF SFDFOUMZMFGU that job to open a new brewery in brewed in Portland when two CSFXFEJO1PSUMBOEXIFOUXP UIBUKPCUPPQFOBOFXCSFXFSZJO southern Maine. out of the 25 are brewed here. PVUPGUIFBSFCSFXFEIFSF TPVUIFSO.BJOF When I spoke with him last 8IFO*TQPLFXJUIIJNMBTU The listing was not by ranking, 5IFMJTUJOHXBTOPUCZSBOLJOH  week, he didn't have a name, a XFFL IFEJEOUIBWFBOBNF B the article said. UIFBSUJDMFTBJE license or a location. He is hop. .. Of Curieux, the article said, MJDFOTFPSBMPDBUJPO)FJTIPQ 0G$VSJFVY UIFBSUJDMFTBJE  ing for South Berwick, where he TO HI AlWGll "The first and best in a special JOHGPS4PVUI#FSXJDL XIFSFIF i5IFmSTUBOECFTUJOBTQFDJBM er es lives, but would be OK with any ..., , A lac V/-\i s TFSJFTPGCBSSFMBHFECFFSTGSPN i °f barrel-aged beers from MJWFT CVUXPVMECF0,XJUIBOZ place between the Berwicks and W1131 AIGS YOU one of America's finest brewerQMBDFCFUXFFOUIF#FSXJDLTBOE POFPG"NFSJDBTmOFTUCSFXFS Kittery or York. He was schedies, Allagash Curieux is a boozy ,JUUFSZPS:PSL)FXBTTDIFE JFT "MMBHBTI$VSJFVYJTBCPP[Z  uled to meet with state officials golden Belgian-style tripel ale VMFEUPNFFUXJUITUBUFPGmDJBMT HPMEFO#FMHJBOTUZMFUSJQFMBMF this past Monday for various licenses and FOIBODFEXJUIDBSBNFMBSPNBTBOE enhanced with caramel aromas and UIJTQBTU.POEBZGPSWBSJPVTMJDFOTFTBOE approvals needed to start the brewery. just a whiff of high-test hooch - the later BQQSPWBMTOFFEFEUPTUBSUUIFCSFXFSZ KVTUBXIJGGPGIJHIUFTUIPPDIoUIFMBUFS "There are no breweries in this area imparted by eight weeks of aging in Jim i5IFSFBSFOPCSFXFSJFTJOUIJTBSFB JNQBSUFECZFJHIUXFFLTPGBHJOHJO+JN Beam barrels." - they're all up north," he said. oUIFZSFBMMVQOPSUI wIFTBJE #FBNCBSSFMTw Mott said the operation will begin as a .PUUTBJEUIFPQFSBUJPOXJMMCFHJOBTB Of the Peak, the article said, "The all0GUIF1FBL UIFBSUJDMFTBJE i5IFBMM tiny brewery, producing about 500 barrels PSHBOJD1FBL#SFXJOH$PNQBOZyIBT UJOZCSFXFSZ QSPEVDJOHBCPVUCBSSFMT organic Peak Brewing Company ... has a year. Among the beers will be the most BZFBS"NPOHUIFCFFSTXJMMCFUIFNPTU done the unheard-of: It has made a pale EPOFUIFVOIFBSEPG*UIBTNBEFBQBMF famous beer he brewed at Portsmouth, GBNPVTCFFSIFCSFXFEBU1PSUTNPVUI  ale remarkable with this, a bright, copperBMFSFNBSLBCMFXJUIUIJT BCSJHIU DPQQFS Kate the Great imperial stout. ,BUFUIF(SFBUJNQFSJBMTUPVU colored beer with a slightly spicy, hoppy DPMPSFECFFSXJUIBTMJHIUMZTQJDZ IPQQZ "They will keep the name Kate the i5IFZXJMMLFFQUIFOBNF,BUFUIF citrus tang muted by a solid toasty malt DJUSVTUBOHNVUFECZBTPMJEUPBTUZNBMU Great, but I've got the recipe," Mott said. (SFBU CVU*WFHPUUIFSFDJQF w.PUUTBJE body." CPEZw "Tyler (Jones) was my assistant for four i5ZMFS +POFT XBTNZBTTJTUBOUGPSGPVS A couple of other beers with regional "DPVQMFPGPUIFSCFFSTXJUISFHJPOBM years, and is a very competent brewer, ZFBST BOEJTBWFSZDPNQFUFOUCSFXFS  connections made the list: Dogfish Head DPOOFDUJPOTNBEFUIFMJTU%PHmTI)FBE but I promise you it won't be the same." CVU*QSPNJTFZPVJUXPOUCFUIFTBNFw 90-Minute IPA, brewed by Sam Calagione, .JOVUF*1" CSFXFECZ4BN$BMBHJPOF  .PUUQMBOTUPPQFOXJUIGPVSCFFST Mott plans to open with four beers who summers in the Boothbay Region, XIPTVNNFSTJOUIF#PPUICBZ3FHJPO  oQSPCBCMZBO*1" BTUPVUPGTPNFTPSU - probably an IPA, a stout of some sort and Samuel Adams Noble Pils. BOE4BNVFM"EBNT/PCMF1JMT PUIFSUIBOUIFJNQFSJBM BSZFBOEB other than the imperial, a rye and a For personal reasons, I was pleased to 'PSQFSTPOBMSFBTPOT *XBTQMFBTFEUP saison - along with some seasonal ales. TBJTPOoBMPOHXJUITPNFTFBTPOBMBMFT find two other beers on my list. mOEUXPPUIFSCFFSTPONZMJTU Mott said there are no hard feelings .PUUTBJEUIFSFBSFOPIBSEGFFMJOHT Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout has been 4BNVFM4NJUIT0BUNFBM4UPVUIBTCFFO between him and the people at PortsCFUXFFOIJNBOEUIFQFPQMFBU1PSUT one of my favorite beers for decades. In POFPGNZGBWPSJUFCFFSTGPSEFDBEFT*O mouth Brewery. He was just anxious to NPVUI#SFXFSZ)FXBTKVTUBOYJPVTUP 1969, when I spent nine weeks in Army  XIFO*TQFOUOJOFXFFLTJO"SNZ try something new USZTPNFUIJOHOFX USBJOJOHBOECFGPSF*IBEBTNVDIFYQFSJ training and before I had as much experiFODFESJOLJOHCFFS *BCTPMVUFMZMPWFE ence drinking beer, I absolutely loved ALLAGASH CURIEUX and PEAK "--"("4)$63*&69BOE1&", 0MZNQJB5IFPUIFSMPDBMXBT3BJOJFS  Olympia. The other local was Rainier, ORGANIC'S Pale Ale were included in 03("/*$41BMF"MFXFSFJODMVEFEJO XIJDI*EJEOUMJLF which I didn't like. Men's Journal's list of the top 25 beers in .FOT+PVSOBMTMJTUPGUIFUPQCFFSTJO Of Olympia, the article read, "Paying 0G0MZNQJB UIFBSUJDMFSFBE i1BZJOH the world. UIFXPSME VOEFSBCVDLGPSBNBTTQSPEVDFECFFS under a buck for a mass-produced beer The listing is not a surprise. 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Continued from Page E26 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 $ Sept. 21 - Soulive, 8 p.m., State Theatre, AS^b ÂłA]cZWdS&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $20/$25. Statetheatreportland. >]`bZO\R  #AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]TÂżQS Sept. 21 - Julian Lage, 8 p.m., One AS^b Âł8cZWO\:OUS&^[=\S Longfellow Square, Portland. $21. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Sept. 27 - Tricky Britches and Darlingside, AS^b %ÂłB`WQYg0`WbQVSaO\R2O`ZW\UaWRS 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, Portland. &^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R $10/$12.=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$; 761 1757 %#% Sept. 28 - Journey, Pat Benatar AS^b &Âł8]c`\Sg>Ob0S\ObO` and Loverboy 5 p.m., Bangor O\R:]dS`P]g#^[0O\U]` Waterfront Pavilion. $31.50 to $111.50. EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\!#b]#; (800) 745-3000 EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)&%"#! Sept. 29 - The Fishtank Ensemble, 8 p.m., AS^b 'ÂłBVS4WaVbO\Y3\aS[PZS&^[ One Longfellow Square, Portland. $12/$15. =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R #; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Sept. 29 - Margaret Cho, 8 p.m., State AS^b 'Âł;O`UO`Sb1V]&^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $25 to $45. State BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R #b]"#AbObS; (800) 745-3000; bVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f office ]TÂżQS Sept. 29 - SoulQuest with Switchfoot, AS^b 'ÂłA]cZ?cSabeWbVAeWbQVT]]b Needtobreathe and others, 10 a.m., <SSRb]P`SObVSO\R]bVS`aO[ Bangor Waterfront Pavilion. $21.50 to $101. 0O\U]`EObS`T`]\b>OdWZW]\ #b]; (800) 745-3000 EObS`T`]\bQ]\QS`baQ][)&%"#!

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golden lager ... actually has a touch of HPMEFOMBHFSyBDUVBMMZIBTBUPVDIPG citrusy bitterness." DJUSVTZCJUUFSOFTTw 4P NZQBMBUFPGZFBSTBHPXBT0, So, my palate of 43 years ago was OK. 0MZNQJBJTUPVHIUPmOEFBTUPGUIF Olympia is tough to find east of the 3PDLJFT TPXFTIPVMEQVUJUXJUI Rockies, so we should put it with :VFOHMJOHPOUIFiMFUTCSJOHUP.BJOFw Yuengling on the "let's bring to Maine" MJTU list. MAINE BEER CO. has produced a ."*/&#&&3$0IBTQSPEVDFEB collaboration beer with Lawson's Finest DPMMBCPSBUJPOCFFSXJUI-BXTPOT'JOFTU Liquids in Warren, Vt. -JRVJETJO8BSSFO 7U The beer, Collaboration Time I, was 5IFCFFS $PMMBCPSBUJPO5JNF* XBT brewed with Vermont-grown hops, Maine CSFXFEXJUI7FSNPOUHSPXOIPQT .BJOF barley, New York wheat and MassachuCBSMFZ /FX:PSLXIFBUBOE.BTTBDIV setts rye. It had a fairly thick layer of TFUUTSZF*UIBEBGBJSMZUIJDLMBZFSPG TQFOUZFBTUJOUIFCPUUPNPGUIFCPUUMF  spent yeast in the bottom of the bottle, and it poured a very dark brown and a bit BOEJUQPVSFEBWFSZEBSLCSPXOBOEBCJU Sept. 30 - The Melvins Lite, AS^b!³BVS;SZdW\a:WbS 9 p.m., Asylum, Portland. $15. '^[/agZc[>]`bZO\R#; 772-8274. >]`bZO\ROagZc[Q][)%% & %" Sept. 30 - Joan Osborne Duo, 8 p.m., AS^b!³8]O\=aP]`\S2c]&^[ Jonathan's, Ogunquit. $42.50/$46.50. 8]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb" #"$#; 646-4526 8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][)$"$"# $ Sept. 30 - Connor Garvey Cindy AS^b!³1]\\]`5O`dSg1W\Rg Bullens, and Vanessa Torres, 7 p.m., 0cZZS\aO\RDO\SaaOB]``Sa%^[ One Longfellow Square, Portland. $20. =\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 3 - Anthrax, Testament and Death =Qb!³/\bV`OfBSabO[S\bO\R2SObV Angel, 7:50 p.m., State Theatre, Portland. /\USZ%(#^[AbObSBVSOb`S>]`bZO\R; (800) $26/$30. $!AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)& 745-3000; Cumberland County Civic %"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ Center box office 1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 4 - AG, Garrison Starr and Maia Sharp, =Qb"³/55O``Wa]\AbO``O\R;OWOAVO`^ 8 p.m., Jonathan's, Ogunquit. $17.50/$21. &^[8]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb%#; 646-4526 8]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][)$"$"# $ Oct. 5 - Lori McKenna, 8 p.m., One =Qb#³:]`W;Q9S\\O&^[=\S Longfellow Square, Portland. $22/$25. :]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S>]`bZO\R  #; 761-1757 =\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][)%$%#% Oct. 6 - Ben Harper, 8 p.m., State Theatre, =Qb$³0S\6O`^S`&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $35 to $55. Statetheatreportland. >]`bZO\R!#b]##AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 12³BW\O`WeS\5cWbO`;OabS`aT`][ - Tinariwen Guitar Masters from =Qb Mali, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, ;OZW&^[=\S:]\UTSZZ]eA_cO`S Portland. $38.; >]`bZO\R!&=\SZ]\UTSZZ]ea_cO`SQ][) 761-1757 %$%#% Oct. 15 - Morrissey 8 p.m., State Theatre, =Qb#³;]``WaaSg&^[AbObSBVSOb`S Portland. $39.50. Statetheatreportland. >]`bZO\R!'#AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\R com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Q][)&%"#!)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg

cloudy because some of the yeast at the DMPVEZCFDBVTFTPNFPGUIFZFBTUBUUIF bottom of the bottle made it into the glass. CPUUPNPGUIFCPUUMFNBEFJUJOUPUIFHMBTT The beer had a large, long-lasting tan 5IFCFFSIBEBMBSHF MPOHMBTUJOHUBO head and a caramel aroma. The rye adds IFBEBOEBDBSBNFMBSPNB5IFSZFBEET a bit of spiciness, but I didn't taste a lot of BCJUPGTQJDJOFTT CVU*EJEOUUBTUFBMPUPG wheat. The malt is the dominant flavor, XIFBU5IFNBMUJTUIFEPNJOBOUnBWPS  with the hops in the background, makXJUIUIFIPQTJOUIFCBDLHSPVOE NBL ing it to my mind a wonderfully complex JOHJUUPNZNJOEBXPOEFSGVMMZDPNQMFY brown ale. CSPXOBMF Nancy and I both loved this one, /BODZBOE*CPUIMPWFEUIJTPOF  although we followed it with a Geary's BMUIPVHIXFGPMMPXFEJUXJUIB(FBSZT Summer that was more appropriate for 4VNNFSUIBUXBTNPSFBQQSPQSJBUFGPS the hot and muggy day we drank it. UIFIPUBOENVHHZEBZXFESBOLJU Tom Atwell is a freelance writer living in Cape B][/beSZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`ZWdW\UW\1O^S Elizabeth. He can be contacted at 767-2297 or at: 3ZWhOPSbV6SQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%$% '%]`Ob( b][ObeSZZ.[SQ][

Civic Center box office 1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f]T¿QS Oct. 16 - Glen Campbell: The Goodbye =Qb$³5ZS\1O[^PSZZ(BVS5]]RPgS Tour, 7:30 p.m., Merrill Auditorium, B]c`%(!^[;S``WZZ/cRWb]`Wc[ Portland. $45 to $65.; >]`bZO\R"#b]$#>]`bbWfQ][); 842-0800 >]`bZO\R=dObW]\a]`U)&" & Oct. 28 - Henry Rollins, 7 p.m., Cony =Qb &³6S\`g@]ZZW\a%^[1]\g Auditorium, Augusta. $25. /cRWb]`Wc[/cUcabO #; (800) 745AbObSbVSOb`S^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"# 3 0 0 0 ; Cumberland County Civic Center !)1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS` box office P]f]T¿QS Oct. 29 - Citizen Cope, 7:30 p.m., State =Qb '³1WbWhS\1]^S%(!^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $25/$30. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R #!AbObSbVSOb`S; (800) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f office ]T¿QS Nov. 3 - Umphrey's McGee with The <]d!³C[^V`Sg¸a;Q5SSeWbVBVS Bright Light Social Hour, 8 p.m., State 0`WUVb:WUVbA]QWOZ6]c`&^[AbObS Theatre, Portland. $20/$25. Statetheatre BVSOb`S>]`bZO\R  #AbObSbVSOb`S; (800) 745-3000; ^]`bZO\RQ][)&%"#!) Cumberland County Civic Center box 1c[PS`ZO\R1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`P]f office ]T¿QS Nov. 7 - Louis C.K., 7 p.m., Merrill <]d%³:]cWa19%^[;S``WZZ Auditorium, Portland. $45.; /cRWb]`Wc[>]`bZO\R"#>]`bbWfQ][); 842-0800 0cgZ]cWaQY\Sb)&" & Nov. 7 - Justin Townes Earle <]d%³8cabW\B]e\Sa3O`ZS with Tift Merritt, 8 p.m., Port City eWbVBWTb;S``Wbb&^[>]`b1Wbg Music Hall, Portland. $18 to $30. ;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R&b]!; (888) 512-SHOW >]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZQ][)&&&# A6=E Nov. 9 - Janis Ian, 8 p.m., <]d'³8O\Wa7O\&^[ Jonathan's, Ogunquit. $32.50. 8]\ObVO\¸a=Uc\_cWb! #

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JgfikjYXiYfXjkjm`\nk_Xki`mXcjXZk`fefeKM Sports bar boasts view that rivals action on TV By EMMA BOUTHILLETTE #Z&.."#065)*--&55& remember hearing about SFNFNCFSIFBSJOHBCPVU Billy's Chowder House from #JMMZT$IPXEFS)PVTFGSPN my mom when I was growing NZNPNXIFO*XBTHSPXJOH up. It was a restaurant my parVQ*UXBTBSFTUBVSBOUNZQBS ents visited when family came FOUTWJTJUFEXIFOGBNJMZDBNF to town for summer vacations. UPUPXOGPSTVNNFSWBDBUJPOT It only seemed right that I *UPOMZTFFNFESJHIUUIBU* snagged her for an afternoon TOBHHFEIFSGPSBOBGUFSOPPO cruise down to Wells to check DSVJTFEPXOUP8FMMTUPDIFDL this place out. UIJTQMBDFPVU Admittedly, traffic heading "ENJUUFEMZ USBGmDIFBEJOH south on Route 1 on the third TPVUIPO3PVUFPOUIFUIJSE Saturday of July was a bear, 4BUVSEBZPG+VMZXBTBCFBS  but when we finally made it to CVUXIFOXFmOBMMZNBEFJUUP Billy's, I was amazed by the lo#JMMZT *XBTBNB[FECZUIFMP cation: The restaurant/bar sits DBUJPO5IFSFTUBVSBOUCBSTJUT right on the marsh that is part SJHIUPOUIFNBSTIUIBUJTQBSU of the Rachel Carson Wildlife PGUIF3BDIFM$BSTPO8JMEMJGF Preserve. 1SFTFSWF It was even more impressive *UXBTFWFONPSFJNQSFTTJWF as we made our way to the bar BTXFNBEFPVSXBZUPUIFCBS at the back of the building. WinBUUIFCBDLPGUIFCVJMEJOH8JO dows lining the building provide EPXTMJOJOHUIFCVJMEJOHQSPWJEF an excellent view of the marsh. BOFYDFMMFOUWJFXPGUIFNBSTI The tide was low when we were 5IFUJEFXBTMPXXIFOXFXFSF there, and we were told that UIFSF BOEXFXFSFUPMEUIBU when there are extraordinary XIFOUIFSFBSFFYUSBPSEJOBSZ high tides, it almost looks like IJHIUJEFT JUBMNPTUMPPLTMJLF the bar is floating in water. UIFCBSJTnPBUJOHJOXBUFS As we picked two seats on one "TXFQJDLFEUXPTFBUTPOPOF corner of the three-sided bar, I DPSOFSPGUIFUISFFTJEFECBS * was immediately interested in XBTJNNFEJBUFMZJOUFSFTUFEJO the Little Black Dress Cocktail UIF-JUUMF#MBDL%SFTT$PDLUBJM menu. Each drink comes in at NFOV&BDIESJOLDPNFTJOBU about 100 calories, and makes BCPVUDBMPSJFT BOENBLFT sipping a drink arouse a little TJQQJOHBESJOLBSPVTFBMJUUMF less guilt. MFTTHVJMU I ordered the Soda Shop, *PSEFSFEUIF4PEB4IPQ  which has Little Black Dress XIJDIIBT-JUUMF#MBDL%SFTT Black Cherry Vanilla Vodka #MBDL$IFSSZ7BOJMMB7PELB mixed with Diet Coke. Mom NJYFEXJUI%JFU$PLF.PN decided to try the Blue Berry EFDJEFEUPUSZUIF#MVF#FSSZ Lemonade with Little Black -FNPOBEFXJUI-JUUMF#MBDL




Continued from Page E28 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 &; 6468]\ObVO\a`SabOc`O\bQ][)$"$ 4526 "# $ Nov. 16 - Allen Stone with Selah <]d$³/ZZS\Ab]\SeWbVASZOV Sue and Tingsek, 8 p.m., Port AcSO\RBW\UaSY&^[>]`b City Music Hall, Portland. $15.50 1Wbg;caWQ6OZZ>]`bZO\R## to $25.50. Portcitymusichall. b] ##>]`bQWbg[caWQVOZZ com; (888) 512-SHOW Q][)&&&# A6=E Dec. 7-9 - Sesame Street Live: 2SQ%'³ASaO[SAb`SSb:WdS( Can't Stop Singing, Cumberland 1O\¸bAb]^AW\UW\U1c[PS`ZO\R County Civic Center, Portland. 1]c\bg1WdWQ1S\bS`>]`bZO\R $12b]#BWQYSb[OabS`Q][) to $50.;  775-3458 ; (800) 745-3000 %%#!"#&)&%"#! Jan. 25 - Wynton Marsalis with 8O\ #³Eg\b]\;O`aOZWaeWbV the Jazz at Lincoln Center bVS8OhhOb:W\Q]Z\1S\bS` Orchestra, 8 p.m., Merrill =`QVSab`O&^[;S``WZZ Auditorium, Portland. $45 to /cRWb]`Wc[>]`bZO\R"#b] $70.; 842-0800 %>]`bbWfQ][)&" &

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WHERE: 216 Mile Road, E63@3( $;WZS@]OR Wells. 646-7558; ESZZa$"$%##&) PWZZgaQV]eRS`V]caSQ][ HOURS: Open daily at 11:30 6=C@A(=^S\ROWZgOb(! a.m. O[ PARKING: Parking lot with valet >/@97<5(>O`YW\UZ]beWbVdOZSb HAPPY HOUR: 3 to 6 p.m. 6/>>G6=C@(!b]$^[ Monday through Friday with ;]\ROgbV`]cUV4`WROgeWbV half-price drinks, beer and VOZT^`WQSR`W\YaPSS`O\R wine eW\S SCENE: A casual sports bar A13<3(/QOacOZa^]`baPO` inside a Maine seafood W\aWRSO;OW\SaSOT]]R restaurant where you can `SabOc`O\beVS`Sg]cQO\ find locals mingling with ¿\RZ]QOZa[W\UZW\UeWbV tourists b]c`Waba AMENITIES: Like any good /;3<7B73A(:WYSO\gU]]R sports bar, Billy's Chowder a^]`baPO`0WZZg¸a1V]eRS` House has a lot of televisions 6]caSVOaOZ]b]TbSZSdWaW]\a to watch games, but with a b]eObQVUO[SaPcbeWbVO view over the Rachel Carson dWSe]dS`bVS@OQVSZ1O`a]\ Wildlife Preserve, your eyes EWZRZWTS>`SaS`dSg]c`SgSa shouldn't be on the TV. aV]cZR\¸bPS]\bVSBD

Juice Bucket. The bucket has +VJDF#VDLFU5IFCVDLFUIBT 32 ounces of four different rums PVODFTPGGPVSEJGGFSFOUSVNT and juices, topped with a dark BOEKVJDFT UPQQFEXJUIBEBSL rum. SVN Varano was kind enough to 7BSBOPXBTLJOEFOPVHIUP Dress Blueberry Pomegranate BSFUIFDVSSFOUPXOFST8IFO are the current owners. When beer and liquor swag, and a CFFSBOEMJRVPSTXBH BOEB %SFTT#MVFCFSSZ1PNFHSBOBUF let us sample the Voodoo Juice. MFUVTTBNQMFUIF7PPEPP+VJDF Vodka and light lemonade. they took over, the Varanos number of college pennants. OVNCFSPGDPMMFHFQFOOBOUT UIFZUPPLPWFS UIF7BSBOPT 7PELBBOEMJHIUMFNPOBEF Mom and I agreed that it could .PNBOE*BHSFFEUIBUJUDPVME Mine came served with a renovated Billy's, converting Varano said a lot of the staff 7BSBOPTBJEBMPUPGUIFTUBGG SFOPWBUFE#JMMZT DPOWFSUJOH .JOFDBNFTFSWFEXJUIB mean trouble on a hot summer NFBOUSPVCMFPOBIPUTVNNFS cherry, and mom's came served BQPSDIJOUPXIBUJTOPXUIF a porch into what is now the starts working at Billy's when TUBSUTXPSLJOHBU#JMMZTXIFO DIFSSZ BOENPNTDBNFTFSWFE day. While it contains an ample EBZ8IJMFJUDPOUBJOTBOBNQMF with small blueberries floating bar and making it suitable to they're in high school. When UIFZSFJOIJHITDIPPM8IFO CBSBOENBLJOHJUTVJUBCMFUP XJUITNBMMCMVFCFSSJFTnPBUJOH amount of rum, the concoction in the glass. The drinks cost remain open almost year-round. UIFZMFBWFGPSDPMMFHF UIFZPGUFO they leave for college, they often BNPVOUPGSVN UIFDPODPDUJPO SFNBJOPQFOBMNPTUZFBSSPVOE JOUIFHMBTT5IFESJOLTDPTU really just tastes like juice. return with a pennant to hang SFBMMZKVTUUBTUFTMJLFKVJDF $6.50 apiece. (They close for some of Decem- SFUVSOXJUIBQFOOBOUUPIBOH 5IFZDMPTFGPSTPNFPG%FDFN BQJFDF Luckily, they have a two-buckin the bar. -VDLJMZ UIFZIBWFBUXPCVDL Billy's Chowder House has ber and January.) JOUIFCBS CFSBOE+BOVBSZ  #JMMZT$IPXEFS)PVTFIBT et-per-person limit. been open for more than 30 Unlike the restaurant, which The bar has a dozen beers on FUQFSQFSTPOMJNJU 5IFCBSIBTBEP[FOCFFSTPO 6OMJLFUIFSFTUBVSBOU XIJDI CFFOPQFOGPSNPSFUIBO years, current manager Chris is decorated with nautical tap and more in bottles, wine UBQBOENPSFJOCPUUMFT XJOF JTEFDPSBUFEXJUIOBVUJDBM ZFBST DVSSFOUNBOBHFS$ISJT Emma Bouthillette is a freelance writer 3[[O0]cbVWZZSbbSWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS` Varano estimates. His brother memorabilia, the bar walls are offerings and a full bar. One PGGFSJOHTBOEBGVMMCBS0OF NFNPSBCJMJB UIFCBSXBMMTBSF 7BSBOPFTUJNBUFT)JTCSPUIFS who lives in Biddeford. eV]ZWdSaW\0WRRST]`R Dick and sister-in-law Sherri covered with sports photos, popular item is the Voodoo QPQVMBSJUFNJTUIF7PPEPP DPWFSFEXJUITQPSUTQIPUPT  %JDLBOETJTUFSJOMBX4IFSSJ John Ewing/Staff Photographer 8]V\3eW\UAbOTT>V]b]U`O^VS`

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New York and here in /FX:PSLBOEIFSFJO Portland. Dolan is one 1PSUMBOE%PMBOJTPOF of those artists who PGUIPTFBSUJTUTXIP has dabbled in a little IBTEBCCMFEJOBMJUUMF bit of everything, and CJUPGFWFSZUIJOH BOE he wanted a show that IFXBOUFEBTIPXUIBU would do the same XPVMEEPUIFTBNF thing. UIJOH But he also wanted a #VUIFBMTPXBOUFEB show that would have TIPXUIBUXPVMEIBWF an energy and a sense BOFOFSHZBOEBTFOTF of the unexpected that PGUIFVOFYQFDUFEUIBU would overwhelm the XPVMEPWFSXIFMNUIF audience. In a good way BVEJFODF*OBHPPEXBZ "This is a show designed to i5IJTJTBTIPXEFTJHOFEUP run on, without a break, with SVOPO XJUIPVUBCSFBL XJUI all kinds of things buried in the BMMLJOETPGUIJOHTCVSJFEJOUIF performance, and hopefully QFSGPSNBODF BOEIPQFGVMMZ overwhelming the audience," PWFSXIFMNJOHUIFBVEJFODF w said Dolan. "It's almost like a TBJE%PMBOi*UTBMNPTUMJLFB mix tape - there are things in NJYUBQFoUIFSFBSFUIJOHTJO the show you might not love on UIFTIPXZPVNJHIUOPUMPWFPO their own, but in this context, UIFJSPXO CVUJOUIJTDPOUFYU  all together, it carries you BMMUPHFUIFS JUDBSSJFTZPV along." BMPOHw This year, Dolan is doing the 5IJTZFBS %PMBOJTEPJOHUIF show in the same four AmeriTIPXJOUIFTBNFGPVS"NFSJ can cities as last year, and is DBODJUJFTBTMBTUZFBS BOEJT also taking it to England. He BMTPUBLJOHJUUP&OHMBOE)F says he chose Portland as one TBZTIFDIPTF1PSUMBOEBTPOF of the cities - the show will PGUIFDJUJFToUIFTIPXXJMM be at Space Gallery on Friday CFBU4QBDF(BMMFSZPO'SJEBZ - because audiences here have oCFDBVTFBVEJFODFTIFSFIBWF always been receptive to his BMXBZTCFFOSFDFQUJWFUPIJT

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shows and brand of TIPXTBOECSBOEPG performance. QFSGPSNBODF The show is probably 5IFTIPXJTQSPCBCMZ going to be three or HPJOHUPCFUISFFPS four hours long, with GPVSIPVSTMPOH XJUI no breaks, and with OPCSFBLT BOEXJUI Dolan himself as the %PMBOIJNTFMGBTUIF headliner, performing IFBEMJOFS QFSGPSNJOH as a rapper. BTBSBQQFS Other performers 0UIFSQFSGPSNFST scheduled include TDIFEVMFEJODMVEF Grand Buffet, an (SBOE#VGGFU BO indie rap group from JOEJFSBQHSPVQGSPN Pittsburgh; What Cheer? 1JUUTCVSHI8IBU$IFFS Brigade, an alt-marching band #SJHBEF BOBMUNBSDIJOHCBOE from Providence; Vockah Redu GSPN1SPWJEFODF7PDLBI3FEV & The Cru, a bounce music 5IF$SV BCPVODFNVTJD group from New Orleans; HSPVQGSPN/FX0SMFBOT Wheelchair Sports Camp, a 8IFFMDIBJS4QPSUT$BNQ B Colorado-based "pseudo hip$PMPSBEPCBTFEiQTFVEPIJQ hop" band; some folks in drag; IPQwCBOETPNFGPMLTJOESBH and a few surprises. BOEBGFXTVSQSJTFT Dolan got the idea for this %PMBOHPUUIFJEFBGPSUIJT show from all the various TIPXGSPNBMMUIFWBSJPVT performances he's seen over QFSGPSNBODFTIFTTFFOPWFS the years - at clubs, burlesque UIFZFBSToBUDMVCT CVSMFTRVF shows, poetry slams, wherTIPXT QPFUSZTMBNT XIFS ever. FWFS "I've been a student of i*WFCFFOBTUVEFOUPG performance for a long time, QFSGPSNBODFGPSBMPOHUJNF  looking at different kinds of MPPLJOHBUEJGGFSFOULJOETPG performers and genres," said QFSGPSNFSTBOEHFOSFT wTBJE Dolan. "So I wanted to bring %PMBOi4P*XBOUFEUPCSJOH together those performers UPHFUIFSUIPTFQFSGPSNFST


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SUNDAY 35.$!9 Rex Smith Benefit Concert, concert on the lawn 2EX3MITH"ENElT#ONCERT CONCERTONTHELAWN to benefit the RSU #21 Visual and Performing TOBENElTTHE2356ISUALAND0ERFORMING Arts Program, Nonantum Resort, Kennebunkport. !RTS0ROGRAM .ONANTUM2ESORT +ENNEBUNKPORT $25 general admission; $150 for lobster dinner, GENERALADMISSIONFORLOBSTERDINNER premium seating and meet-and-greet with Smith. PREMIUMSEATINGANDMEET AND GREETWITH3MITH 6 p.m. MUSICATKHSCOMPM "Peace Love A r t , " CMCA's 35th annual benefit h0EACE,OVE!RT v#-#!STHANNUALBENElT art auction and dinner, Point Lookout Resort, ARTAUCTIONANDDINNER 0OINT,OOKOUT2ESORT Northport. $125. 236-2875. Dinner at 6 p.m., .ORTHPORT $INNERATPM

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MONDAY -/.$!9 SUNDAY 35.$!9 "Peyton Place" (1957), drama, University of Maine h0EYTON0LACEv DRAMA 5NIVERSITYOF-AINE Mentalist Jon Stetson, ladies-only show, -ENTALIST*ON3TETSON LADIES ONLYSHOW (Hutchinson Center), Belfast. Free/donation, hutchi (UTCHINSON#ENTER "ELFAST&REEDONATIONHUTCHI Jonathan's Restaurant, Ogunquit. $25 in advance; *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT /GUNQUITINADVANCE NSONCENTERUMAINEEDUPM 6:30 p.m. $28 day of show, 8 p.m. DAYOFSHOWJONATHANSRESTAURANTCOMPM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 TUESDAY 45%3$!9 "Tootsie" (1982, PG), comedy, Patten Free h4OOTSIEv 0' COMEDY 0ATTEN&REE Summer Weekday Performance Series, with 3UMMER7EEKDAY0ERFORMANCE3ERIES WITH Library, Bath. Free. 443-5141. 6:30 p.m. ,IBRARY "ATH&REE PM The Dark Follies (vaudeville), Post Office Park, 4HE$ARK&OLLIESVAUDEVILLE 0OST/FlCE0ARK "A River Runs Through It" (1992, PG), drama, h!2IVER2UNS4HROUGH)Tv 0' DRAMA Portland. Free, Noon. 0ORTLAND&REEPORTLANDMAINECOM.OON outdoor screening at Bok Amphitheatre (Harbor OUTDOORSCREENINGAT"OK!MPHITHEATRE(ARBOR WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Park), Camden; rain location at Camden Public 0ARK #AMDENRAINLOCATIONAT#AMDEN0UBLIC "Live for $5 Wednesday Night Series," with h,IVEFOR7EDNESDAY.IGHT3ERIES vWITH Library. Free; bring your own seating. 236-3440. ,IBRARY&REEBRINGYOUROWNSEATING  Thumbs Up: The Celebration Ensemble (short 4HUMBS5P4HE#ELEBRATION%NSEMBLESHORT Sunset. 3UNSET dramatic comedy), Stonington Opera House. $5. DRAMATICCOMEDY 3TONINGTON/PERA(OUSE WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 7 p.m. OPERAHOUSEARTSORGPM "El Velador" (2011), documentary, Portland Public h%L6ELADORv DOCUMENTARY 0ORTLAND0UBLIC Taste of Greater Waterville, Eddie Money 4ASTEOF'REATER7ATERVILLE %DDIE-ONEY Library. Free, 5:30 p.m. ,IBRARY&REEPORTLANDLIBRARYCOMPM in concert, food, children's events, live INCONCERT FOOD CHILDRENSEVENTS LIVE Art Videos at The Gallery Film Series, "The Art of !RT6IDEOSAT4HE'ALLERY&ILM3ERIES h4HE!RTOF entertainment, Budweiser Clydesdales and more, ENTERTAINMENT "UDWEISER#LYDESDALESANDMORE the Steal" (2009), Barn Gallery, Ogunquit. Free. THE3TEALv "ARN'ALLERY /GUNQUIT&REE downtown Waterville. Various prices for food; DOWNTOWN7ATERVILLE6ARIOUSPRICESFORFOOD 646-7055. 7:30 p.m.  PM $5 general admission and $25 VIP admission for GENERALADMISSIONAND6)0ADMISSIONFOR "The Grateful Dead Movie," documentary h4HE'RATEFUL$EAD-OVIE vDOCUMENTARY Eddie Money, 11 a.m. to %DDIE-ONEYMIDMAINECHAMBERCOMAMTO screening in honor of Jerry Garcia's 70th Birthday, SCREENINGINHONOROF*ERRY'ARCIASTH"IRTHDAY 11 p.m.; concert at 9 p.m. PMCONCERTATPM Brunswick 10. $13.50. 7 p.m. "RUNSWICKFATHOMEVENTSCOMPM Lively Lunches at Johnson Hall Mini-Park, with ,IVELY,UNCHESAT*OHNSON(ALL-INI 0ARK WITH The Gawler Family Band (folk music), Johnson 4HE'AWLER&AMILY"ANDFOLKMUSIC *OHNSON Hall Performing Arts Center, Gardiner. Free/ (ALL0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER 'ARDINER&REE Noon. DONATIONJOHNSONHALLORG.OON "A Wine Walk in The Old Port: Great Whites of h!7INE7ALKIN4HE/LD0ORT'REAT7HITESOF France," sommelier Erica Archer leads tour to four &RANCE vSOMMELIER%RICA!RCHERLEADSTOURTOFOUR area restaurants for food and wine pairings, 2 1 AREARESTAURANTSFORFOODANDWINEPAIRINGS  plus;The Merry Table, Portland. $39 in advance; PLUS4HE-ERRY4ABLE 0ORTLANDINADVANCE $45 day of tour, 5:30 to DAYOFTOURWINEWISEEVENTSCOMTO 7:30 p.m. PM

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TODAY 4/$!9 Poetry Night, with poets Preston Hood, Beverly 0OETRY.IGHT WITHPOETS0RESTON(OOD "EVERLY Cooper-Pete, Sarah LeBlance, Celena Dykes, #OOPER 0ETE 3ARAH,E"LANCE #ELENA$YKES David Morse and more, Kennebunk Free Library. $AVID-ORSEANDMORE +ENNEBUNK&REE,IBRARY Free, 7 p.m. &REEKENNEBUNKLIBRARYORGPM Lin and Larry Pardey, authors of "Bull Canyon: A ,INAND,ARRY0ARDEY AUTHORSOFh"ULL#ANYON! Boatbuilder, a Writer, and other Wildlife," Camden "OATBUILDER A7RITER ANDOTHER7ILDLIFE v#AMDEN Public Library. Free. 236-3440. 6:30 p.m. 0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE PM AUG. 2 !5' Jeff and Allison Wells, authors of "Maine's *EFFAND!LLISON7ELLS AUTHORSOFh-AINES Crusher's Kids Concerts in the Park, with #RUSHERS+IDS#ONCERTSINTHE0ARK WITH Favorite Birds," Falmouth Memorial Library. Free. &AVORITE"IRDS v&ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARY&REE magician Scott Grassette, Deering Oaks, Portland. MAGICIAN3COTT'RASSETTE $EERING/AKS 0ORTLAND 781-2351. 6:30 p.m.  PM Free. 756-8130. 12:30 p.m. &REE PM John McDonald, author of "John McDonald's *OHN-C$ONALD AUTHOROFh*OHN-C$ONALDS Maine Trivia," Maine Historical Society, Portland. -AINE4RIVIA v-AINE(ISTORICAL3OCIETY 0ORTLAND FILMS N&),-3 $8; $7 for seniors and students, FORSENIORSANDSTUDENTSMAINEHISTORYORG 5:30 p.m. PM TODAY 4/$!9 Melissa Coleman, author of "This Life is in Your -ELISSA#OLEMAN AUTHOROFh4HIS,IFEISIN9OUR "The Miracle of Morgan's Creek" (1944), h4HE-IRACLEOF-ORGANS#REEKv Hands: One Dream, Sixty Acres, and a Family's (ANDS/NE$REAM 3IXTY!CRES ANDA&AMILYS screwball comedy, Rockland Public Library. Free. SCREWBALLCOMEDY 2OCKLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE Heartbreak," Maine Coast Book Shop and Cafe, (EARTBREAK v-AINE#OAST"OOK3HOPAND#AFE 594-0310. 6:30 p.m.  PM Damariscotta. 563-3207. Noon. $AMARISCOTTA .OON SUNDAY 35.$!9 "Monsieur Lazhar" (2011, PG-13), drama in FRIDAY h-ONSIEUR,AZHARv 0'  DRAMAIN &2)$!9 French with English subtitles, York Public Library. Dave Norman, author of "Following Josh," &RENCHWITH%NGLISHSUBTITLES 9ORK0UBLIC,IBRARY $AVE.ORMAN AUTHOROFh&OLLOWING*OSH v

the best outfits, then make the finalists UIFCFTUPVUmUT UIFONBLFUIFmOBMJTUT do a 'dance-off,'" Black said. EPBAEBODFPGG w#MBDLTBJE As for the music, the Disco Blood Bath "TGPSUIFNVTJD UIF%JTDP#MPPE#BUI will include sets by D Js Znuh, Dehuman8 XJMMJODMVEFTFUTCZ%+T;OVI %FIVNBO and Aldaroc playing "Club Kiddie Music." BOE"MEBSPDQMBZJOHi$MVC,JEEJF.VTJDw To describe the sound, Black rattled 5PEFTDSJCFUIFTPVOE #MBDLSBUUMFE off bands such as Orbital, Daft Punk, PGGCBOETTVDIBT0SCJUBM %BGU1VOL  Prodigy and Chemical Brothers. 1SPEJHZBOE$IFNJDBM#SPUIFST It all ties into the mission of Gothic *UBMMUJFTJOUPUIFNJTTJPOPG(PUIJD Maine. .BJOF Per the group's website, it serves as 1FSUIFHSPVQTXFCTJUF JUTFSWFTBT an outlet for the Goth/industrial muBOPVUMFUGPSUIF(PUIJOEVTUSJBMNV sic scene in the state, and its focus is TJDTDFOFJOUIFTUBUF BOEJUTGPDVTJT to "collaborate with all forms of Goth, UPiDPMMBCPSBUFXJUIBMMGPSNTPG(PUI  industrial, musician, alternative, fetish or JOEVTUSJBM NVTJDJBO BMUFSOBUJWF GFUJTIPS 'anyone who wears black' to express our ABOZPOFXIPXFBSTCMBDLUPFYQSFTTPVS culture in Maine." DVMUVSFJO.BJOFw

Goals include bringing in fresh music (PBMTJODMVEFCSJOHJOHJOGSFTINVTJD and ideas; encouraging new people to BOEJEFBTFODPVSBHJOHOFXQFPQMFUP participate in the scene; allow local DJs, QBSUJDJQBUFJOUIFTDFOFBMMPXMPDBM%+T  artists, musicians and performers to BSUJTUT NVTJDJBOTBOEQFSGPSNFSTUP do what they do best; and connect to EPXIBUUIFZEPCFTUBOEDPOOFDUUP regional scenes in New England and SFHJPOBMTDFOFTJO/FX&OHMBOEBOE Montreal. .POUSFBM Why has Plague stood the test of time? 8IZIBT1MBHVFTUPPEUIFUFTUPGUJNF Black's answer came easily: #MBDLTBOTXFSDBNFFBTJMZ "I would say consistency has kept us i*XPVMETBZDPOTJTUFODZIBTLFQUVT going. We're every week, we do all kinds HPJOH8FSFFWFSZXFFL XFEPBMMLJOET of great theme nights so things stay PGHSFBUUIFNFOJHIUTTPUIJOHTTUBZ fresh, and we offer a place for those into GSFTI BOEXFPGGFSBQMBDFGPSUIPTFJOUP the darker side of life an outlet to be UIFEBSLFSTJEFPGMJGFBOPVUMFUUPCF themselves." UIFNTFMWFTw But there's also another, perhaps more #VUUIFSFTBMTPBOPUIFS QFSIBQTNPSF

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 John Ford Sr., author of "Suddenly the Cider *OHN&ORD3R AUTHOROFh3UDDENLYTHE#IDER $IDNT4ASTE3O'OOD!DVENTURESOFA'AME Didn't Taste So Good: Adventures of a Game 7ARDENIN-AINE v"OOKSTACKS "UCKSPORT Warden in Maine," Bookstacks, Bucksport. 4698992. 11 a.m. AM Howie Carr, author of "Hitman," Nonesuch (OWIE#ARR AUTHOROFh(ITMAN v.ONESUCH Books, South Portland, "OOKS 3OUTH0ORTLANDNONESUCHBOOKSCOM 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. AMTOPM Richard Creek, editor of "From Guiding Lights to 2ICHARD#REEK EDITOROFh&ROM'UIDING,IGHTSTO "EACONSFOR"USINESS4HE-ANY,IVESOF-AINES Beacons for Business: The Many Lives of Maine's Lighthouses," Maine Lighthouse Museum, ,IGHTHOUSES v-AINE,IGHTHOUSE-USEUM Rockland, 11 a.m. 2OCKLANDMAINELIGHTHOUSEMUSEMCOMAM to 3 p.m. TOPM Dahlov Ipcar, author and artist of children's book $AHLOV)PCAR AUTHORANDARTISTOFCHILDRENSBOOK "Stripes and Spots," Portland Museum of Art. h3TRIPESAND3POTS v0ORTLAND-USEUMOF!RT 1 to 3 p.m. PORTLANDMUSEUMORGTOPM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Monica Wood, author of "When We Were The -ONICA7OOD AUTHOROFh7HEN7E7ERE4HE Kennedys: A Memoir from Mexico," Louis T. +ENNEDYS!-EMOIRFROM-EXICO v,OUIS4 Graves Library, Kennebunkport. 967-2778. 2 p.m. 'RAVES,IBRARY +ENNEBUNKPORT PM Richard Creek, author of "From Guiding Lights to 2ICHARD#REEK AUTHOROFh&ROM'UIDING,IGHTSTO Beacons for Business: The Many Lives of Maine's "EACONSFOR"USINESS4HE-ANY,IVESOF-AINES Lighthouses," Beyond the Sea, Belfast. 338-2100. ,IGHTHOUSES v"EYONDTHE3EA "ELFAST  10 a.m. to noon. AMTONOON TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Margaret Hathaway, author of "Food Lovers' -ARGARET(ATHAWAY AUTHOROFh&OOD,OVERS Guide to Maine," Scarborough Public Library. 'UIDETO-AINE v3CARBOROUGH0UBLIC,IBRARY Free, 6:30 p.m. &REESCARBOROUGHLIBRARYORGPM John Ford Sr., author of "Suddenly the Cider *OHN&ORD3R AUTHOROFh3UDDENLYTHE#IDER Didn't Taste So Good: Adventures of a Game $IDNT4ASTE3O'OOD!DVENTURESOFA'AME Warden in Maine," Auburn Public Library. Free. 7ARDENIN-AINE v!UBURN0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 333-6640. 2 p.m.  PM Port Veritas Spoken Word Night, Local 0ORT6ERITAS3POKEN7ORD.IGHT ,OCAL Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Free/donation. 3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE 0ORTLAND&REEDONATION 7 p.m. LOCALSPROUTSCOOPPM "Sisters in Crime," mystery authors Kate Flora, h3ISTERSIN#RIME vMYSTERYAUTHORS+ATE&LORA Janis Bolster and Vicki Doudera, Camden Public *ANIS"OLSTERAND6ICKI$OUDERA #AMDEN0UBLIC Library. Free. 236-3440. 6:30 p.m. ,IBRARY&REE PM

AUG. 2 !5' Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano, author of the #AROLYN#INAMI$E#RISTOFANO AUTHOROFTHE children's science book "A Black Hole is Not a CHILDRENSSCIENCEBOOKh!"LACK(OLEIS.OTA Hole," includes fun interactive events designed (OLE vINCLUDESFUNINTERACTIVEEVENTSDESIGNED to illustrate the concepts she discusses in her TOILLUSTRATETHECONCEPTSSHEDISCUSSESINHER book, University of Southern Maine (Southworth BOOK 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE3OUTHWORTH Planetarium), Portland. Free. 780-4249. 1 p.m. 0LANETARIUM 0ORTLAND&REE PM Kieran Shields, author of "The Truth of All Things," +IERAN3HIELDS AUTHOROFh4HE4RUTHOF!LL4HINGS v South Portland Public Library. Free, southportland 3OUTH0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REESOUTHPORTLAND 6:30 p.m. LIBRARYCOMPM Maine Poets, with Margo Taft Stever, Estha -AINE0OETS WITH-ARGO4AFT3TEVER %STHA Weiner, Jo Ann Clark and John Perrault, 7EINER *O!NN#LARKAND*OHN0ERRAULT University of New England (Art Gallery), Portland. 5NIVERSITYOF.EW%NGLAND!RT'ALLERY 0ORTLAND Free, 5 p.m. &REEUNEEDUARTGALLERYPM

PRO SPORTS N02/30/243 Portland Sea Dogs, Minor League Baseball 0ORTLAND3EA$OGS -INOR,EAGUE"ASEBALL affiliate of the Boston Red Sox, Hadlock Field, AFlLIATEOFTHE"OSTON2ED3OX (ADLOCK&IELD Portland. $4 to $9. Vs. Akron, 0ORTLANDTOSEADOGSCOM6S!KRON 7 p.m. today, Wednesday and Aug. 2. PMTODAY 7EDNESDAYAND!UG

important, reason for Plague's sustainJNQPSUBOU SFBTPOGPS1MBHVFTTVTUBJO ability. BCJMJUZ "If anything, we stay on the silly side of i*GBOZUIJOH XFTUBZPOUIFTJMMZTJEFPG life, and we don't take ourselves seriMJGF BOEXFEPOUUBLFPVSTFMWFTTFSJ ously," Black said. "I don't think you can PVTMZ w#MBDLTBJEi*EPOUUIJOLZPVDBO say that about many Goth clubs. ConTBZUIBUBCPVUNBOZ(PUIDMVCT$PO versations you might hear at the club WFSTBUJPOTZPVNJHIUIFBSBUUIFDMVC range from comic books to Renaissance SBOHFGSPNDPNJDCPPLTUP3FOBJTTBODF fairs to philosophy to computer programGBJSTUPQIJMPTPQIZUPDPNQVUFSQSPHSBN ming. We're all some flavor of 'geek.' NJOH8FSFBMMTPNFnBWPSPGAHFFL We welcome anyone as long as they're 8FXFMDPNFBOZPOFBTMPOHBTUIFZSF respectful. SFTQFDUGVM "And no, you don't have to wear black." i"OEOP ZPVEPOUIBWFUPXFBSCMBDLw Staff Writer Aimsel Ponti can be contacted at 791AbOTTE`WbS`/W[aSZ>]\bWQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%' 6455 or at: $"##]`Ob( aponti@pressherald. com O^]\bW.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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Aug. 18 - Bruce Springsteen and the E /cU&³0`cQSA^`W\UabSS\O\RbVS3 Street Band, 7:30 p.m., Gillette Stadium, Ab`SSb0O\R%(!^[5WZZSbbSAbORWc[ Foxborough, Mass. $60.95 to $113.05. 4]fP]`]cUV;Oaa$'#b]!#; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! Continued from Page E29 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 ' Aug. 19 - Eric Church with Robert Earl /cU'³3`WQ1Vc`QVeWbV@]PS`b3O`Z Keen, 8 p.m., Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular 9SS\&^[;SOR]eP`]]YCA1SZZcZO` 3000 ! Pavilion, Gilford, N.H. $29.75 to $66. >OdWZW]\5WZT]`R<6 '%#b]$$ Aug. 4 - 311 with Slightly Stoopid and /cU"³!eWbVAZWUVbZgAb]]^WRO\R; (603) 293-4700 ;SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb)$! '!"% SOJA, 6:30 p.m., Comcast Center, A=8/$(!^[1][QOab1S\bS` Aug. 19 - John Prine and Lucinda Williams, /cU'³8]V\>`W\SO\R:cQW\ROEWZZWO[a Mansfield, Mass. $20 to $49.50. ;O\a¿SZR;Oaa b]"'# 7:30 p.m., Bank of America Pavilion, %(!^[0O\Y]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Boston. $39 to $74.; (800) 0]ab]\!'b]%":WdS\ObW]\Q][)& Aug. 5 - Steve Miller Band with George /cU#³AbSdS;WZZS`0O\ReWbV5S]`US 745-3000 %"#! Thorogood & The Destroyers, 7:30 p.m., BV]`]U]]RBVS2Sab`]gS`a%(!^[ Aug. 20 - Sublime with Rome, Cypress /cU ³AcPZW[SeWbV@][S1g^`Saa Meadowbrook U.S. Cellular Pavilion, ;SOR]eP`]]YCA1SZZcZO`>OdWZW]\ Hill and Pepper, 6 p.m., Bank of America Gilford, N.H. $29.75 to $85.; 6WZZO\R>S^^S`$^[0O\Y]T/[S`WQO 5WZT]`R<6 '%#b]&#[SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb) Pavilion, Boston. $29.50 to $54.50. >OdWZW]\0]ab]\ '#b]#"# (603) 293-4700 $! '!"%; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Aug. 5 - Brandi Carlile, 8 p.m., Casino /cU#³0`O\RW1O`ZWZS&^[1OaW\] Aug. 23 - Sublime with Rome, Cypress !³AcPZW[SeWbV@][S1g^`Saa Ballroom, Hampton Beach, N.H. $28 to $39. /cU 0OZZ`]][6O[^b]\0SOQV<6 &b]!' Hill and Pepper, 6:30 p.m., Meadowbrook 6WZZO\R>S^^S`$(!^[;SOR]eP`]]Y; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! U.S. Cellular Pavilion, Gilford, N.H. $36 to CA1SZZcZO`>OdWZW]\5WZT]`R<6!$b] Aug. 6 - Carnival of Madness Tour with /cU$³1O`\WdOZ]T;OR\SaaB]c`eWbV $63.25.; (603) 293-4700 $! #;SOR]eP`]]Y\Sb)$! '!"% Evanescence, Chevelle, Halestorm and New 3dO\SaQS\QS1VSdSZZS6OZSab]`[O\R<Se Aug. 23 - Meek Mill, 8 p.m., House of Blues, /cU !³;SSY;WZZ&^[6]caS]T0ZcSa Medicine, 6 p.m., Bank of America Pavilion, ;SRWQW\S$^[0O\Y]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\ Boston. $30.; (800) 7450]ab]\!:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"# Boston. $39 to $68.; (800) 0]ab]\!'b]$&:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& 3000 ! 745-3000 %"#! Aug. 24 - Andrew Dice Clay, 9:45 /cU "³/\R`Se2WQS1ZOg'("# Aug. 7-8 - Allman Brothers Band, 7:30 /cU%&³/ZZ[O\0`]bVS`a0O\R%(! p.m., Wilbur Theatre, Boston. $38.20. ^[EWZPc`BVSOb`S0]ab]\!&  p.m., Bank of America Pavilion, Boston. ^[0O\Y]T/[S`WQO>OdWZW]\0]ab]\; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! $52.35 to $116.80.; (800) # !#b]$&:WdS\ObW]\Q][)& Aug. 24-25 - Kenny Chesney and Tim /cU " #³9S\\g1VSa\SgO\RBW[ 745-3000 %"#! McGraw, 4:30 p.m., Gillette Stadium, ;Q5`Oe"(!^[5WZZSbbSAbORWc[ Aug. 9 - System of a Down, 7:30 p.m., /cU'³AgabS[]TO2]e\%(!^[ Foxborough, Mass. $54.85 to $113.05. 4]fP]`]cUV;Oaa#"&#b]!# Comcast Center, Mansfield, Mass. $34 to 1][QOab1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa!"b]; (800) 745-3000 BWQYSb[OabS`Q][)&%"#! $70.; (800) 745-3000 %:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! Aug. 25 - The Fray and Kelly Clarkson, /cU #³BVS4`OgO\R9SZZg1ZO`Ya]\ Aug. 9 - Old Crow Medicine Show with The /cU'³=ZR1`]e;SRWQW\SAV]eeWbVBVS 7:30 p.m., Comcast Center, Mansfield, Mass. %(!^[1][QOab1S\bS`;O\a¿SZR;Oaa Lumineers and The Milk Carton Kids, :c[W\SS`aO\RBVS;WZY1O`b]\9WRa $41.50 to $87.; (800) 745"#b]&%:WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"# 8 p.m., House of Blues, Boston. $35 to $45. &^[6]caS]T0ZcSa0]ab]\!#b]"# 3000 !; (800) 745-3000 :WdS\ObW]\Q][)&%"#! 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"MAGIC MIKE" (R) (1:50) Stars Channing Âľ;/571;793Âś@(#AbO`a1VO\\W\U Tatum, Alex Pettyfer, Olivia Munn and Matthew BObc[/ZSf>SbbgTS`=ZWdWO;c\\O\R;ObbVSe McConaughey. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. ;Q1]\OcUVSg2W`SQbSRPgAbSdS\A]RS`PS`UV A male stripper teaches a younger performer /[OZSab`W^^S`bSOQVSaOg]c\US`^S`T]`[S` how to party, pick up women, and make easy V]eb]^O`bg^WQYc^e][S\O\R[OYSSOag money. []\Sg Showing at: Cinemagic Grand (South PortAV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`b land) today 11:40, 2:10, 4:40, 7:20,10 Fri-Wed ZO\Rb]ROg(" ("("%( 4`WESR 9:40; Cinemagic Saco today-Wed 12:05, '(")1W\S[OUWQAOQ]b]ROgESR (# 2:30, (! 4:55, 7:20, 9:45; Cinemagic Westbrook today "(##%( '("#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg 11:50, 2:20, 4:50, 7:20,10 Fri-Wed 12:20, 3:30, (# ( "(#%( 4`WESR ( !(! 7:20,10; Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 9:35 %( )0`c\aeWQY4`WESR'(!# "MOONRISE KINGDOM" (PG-13) (1:34) Stars Âľ;==<@7A397<52=;Âś>5!(!"AbO`a Jared Gilman, Kara Hayward and Bruce Willis. 8O`SR5WZ[O\9O`O6OgeO`RO\R0`cQSEWZZWa Directed by Wes Anderson. A pair of young lov2W`SQbSRPgESa/\RS`a]\/^OW`]Tg]c\UZ]d ers flee their New England town, which causes a S`aĂ&#x20AC;SSbVSW`<Se3\UZO\Rb]e\eVWQVQOcaSaO local search party to fan out and find them. Z]QOZaSO`QV^O`bgb]TO\]cbO\RÂż\RbVS[ Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) todayAV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\Rb]ROg Wed 12:50, 3, 5:15, 7:30, 9:50; Nordica (Freeport) ESR (#!#(#%(!'(#)<]`RWQO4`SS^]`b today 1:15, 4:30, 7:20, 9:30; Cinemagic Saco b]ROg(#"(!%( '(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ] today-Wed 12:10, 4:30, 7, 9:10; Cinemagic b]ROgESR ( 2:20, ( "(!%'()1W\S[OUWQ Westbrook today-Wed 11:40,1:50, 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 ESabP`]]Yb]ROgESR("(#"(%('("

"SAVAGES" (R) (2:11) Stars Aaron Johnson, µA/D/53A¶@ (AbO`a/O`]\8]V\a]\ Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively and Benicio Del Toro. BOgZ]`9WbaQV0ZOYS:WdSZgO\R0S\WQW]2SZB]`] Directed by Oliver Stone. Pot growers face off 2W`SQbSRPg=ZWdS`Ab]\S>]bU`]eS`aTOQS]TT against the Mexican drug cartel who kidnapped OUOW\abbVS;SfWQO\R`cUQO`bSZeV]YWR\O^^SR their shared girlfriend. bVSW`aVO`SRUW`ZT`WS\R Showing at: Cinemagic Grand (South PortAV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`b land) today 12,"$(#'("#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ] 4, 6:50, 9:45; Cinemagic Saco ZO\Rb]ROg today 2:45, 7, 9:50; Cinemagic Westbrook todayb]ROg ("#%'(#)1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROg Wed 12:10, 3:30, 6:50, 9:50 ESR (!(!$(#'(# "TED" (R) (1:36) Stars Mark Wahlberg, Mila KuµB32¶@(!$AbO`a;O`YEOVZPS`U;WZO9c nis, Seth MacFarlane and Joel McHale. Directed \WaASbV;OQ4O`ZO\SO\R8]SZ;Q6OZS2W`SQbSR by Seth MacFarlane. A story centered on a man PgASbV;OQ4O`ZO\S/ab]`gQS\bS`SR]\O[O\ and his teddy bear, who comes to life as the O\RVWabSRRgPSO`eV]Q][Sab]ZWTSOabVS result of a childhood wish. `SacZb]TOQVWZRV]]ReWaV Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) today AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\Rb]ROg 1:30, 4:15, 7:15, 9:35 Fri-Wed 4:15, 7:15, 9:35; (!"(#%(#'(!#4`WESR"(#%(#'(!#) Windham 5 Star Fri-Wed 1, 3:50, 7:15, 9:45; EW\RVO[#AbO`4`WESR!(#%(#'("#) Nordica (Freeport) today 1:30, 4:45, 7:30, 9:50; <]`RWQO4`SS^]`bb]ROg(!"("#%(!'(#) Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) today-Wed 1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\Rb]ROgESR 11:50, 2:20, 4:50, 7:20, 9:45; Cinemagic Saco to(# ( "(#%( '("#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]b] day-Wed 12:05, 4:50, 7:10, 9:35; Cinemagic ROgESR (# 2:25, ( #"(#%('(!#)1W\S[OUWQ Westbrook today 11:20,11:50,1:50, ESabP`]]Yb]ROg( (#(# 2:20, ( "(4:20,  4:50, 7, 7:20, 9:30, 9:50 Fri-Wed 11:40,11:50, 2, "(#%%( '(!'(#4`WESR("(# 2:20, 4:20, 4:40, 7, 7:20, 9:30, 9:50; Brunswick 10 ( "( "("%%( '(!'(#)0`c\aeWQY Fri-Wed 1:05, 4:20, 7:15, 9:45 4`WESR(#"( %(#'("# "TO ROME WITH LOVE" (R) (1:42)AbO`a Stars µB=@=;3E7B6:=D3¶@(" Woody Allen, Penelope Cruz and Jesse EisenE]]Rg/ZZS\>S\SZ]^S1`chO\R8SaaS3WaS\ berg. Directed by Woody Allen. A look at the PS`U2W`SQbSRPgE]]Rg/ZZS\/Z]]YObbVS lives of some visitors and residents of Rome and ZWdSa]Ta][SdWaWb]`aO\R`SaWRS\ba]T@][SO\R the sparks of romance, adventure and predicabVSa^O`Ya]T`][O\QSORdS\bc`SO\R^`SRWQO ments they encounter. [S\babVSgS\Q]c\bS` Showing at: Eveningstar (Brunswick) Fri-Sun AV]eW\UOb(3dS\W\UabO`0`c\aeWQY4`WAc\ 1:30, 4, 6:30 9 Mon-Wed 1:30, 4, 6:30; Nickel(!"$(!';]\ESR(!"$(!)<WQYSZ odeon (Portland) today-Wed 1, 3:45, 6:50, 9:20; ]RS]\>]`bZO\Rb]ROgESR!("#$(#'( ) Cinemagic Saco today-Wed 12,2:25, 4:50, 7:15, 1W\S[OUWQAOQ]b]ROgESR  ( #"(#%(# 9:40; Cinemagic Westbrook today-Wed 11:40, '(")1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Yb]ROgESR(" 2:10, 4:40, 7:20,10 ("("%(  "YOUR SISTER'S SISTER" (NR) (1:30) Stars µG=C@A7AB3@¸AA7AB3@¶<@(!AbO`a Mark Duplass, Emily Blunt and Rosemarie ;O`Y2c^ZOaa3[WZg0Zc\bO\R@]aS[O`WS DeWitt. Directed by Lynn Shelton. Iris invites her 2SEWbb2W`SQbSRPg:g\\AVSZb]\7`WaW\dWbSaVS` friend Jack to stay at her family's island getaway T`WS\R8OQYb]abOgObVS`TO[WZg¸aWaZO\RUSbOeOg after the death of his brother. At their remote OTbS`bVSRSObV]TVWaP`]bVS`/bbVSW``S[]bS cabin, Jack's drunken encounter with Hannah, QOPW\8OQY¸aR`c\YS\S\Q]c\bS`eWbV6O\\OV Iris' sister, kicks off a revealing stretch of days. 7`Wa¸aWabS`YWQYa]TTO`SdSOZW\Uab`SbQV]TROga Showing at: Nickelodeon (Portland) today AV]eW\UOb(<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\Rb]ROg 5, 9:40 12:15, (##'(" - Nordica Theater in Freeport did not provide ³<]`RWQOBVSObS`W\4`SS^]`bRWR\]b^`]dWRS listings for this weekend. Listings from news ZWabW\UaT]`bVWaeSSYS\R:WabW\UaT`][\Sea services; subject to change. aS`dWQSa)acPXSQbb]QVO\US

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