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Continued from Page E8 May 6 – Cheryl Wheeler with Kenny White, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, Portland. $25/$28. onelongfellowsquare.com; 761-1757 May 7 – Rosanne Cash, 8 p.m., Strand Theatre, Rockland. $60. rocklandstrand.com; 594-0070, Ext. 5 May 7 – Willie Nile, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, Portland. $20/$23. onelongfellowsquare.com; 761-1757 May 8 – Taylor Hicks, 7 p.m., Jonathan’s, Ogunquit. $32.50/$35.50. jonathansrestaurant.com; 646-4526 May 8 – Molly Hatchet, 7 p.m., Port City Music Hall, Portland. $35 to $45. portcitymusichall.com; 899-4990 May 8 – Thirty Seconds to Mars with CB7, 7:30 p.m., State Theatre, Portland. $29.50. All ages. statetheatreportland.com; (800) 745-3000; Cumberland County Civic

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Center box office May 11 – Deer Tick, 6 p.m., Port City Music Hall, Portland. $15 to $25. portcitymusichall.com; 899-4990 May 12 – Iris DeMent, 8 p.m., Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $30. stonemountainartscenter.com; 935-7292 May 12 – John Pizzarelli, 8 p.m., The Landing at Pine Point, Scarborough. $37.50 to $42.50. thelandingatpinepoint.com; 774-4527 May 13 – Iris DeMent, 8 p.m., Jonathan’s, Ogunquit. $37.50/$42.50. jonathansrestaurant.com; 646-4526 May 13 – Marcy Playground, 8 p.m., Port City Music Hall, Portland. $13 to $28. portcitymusichall.com; 899-4990 May 13 – April Verch, 8 p.m., Stone Mountain Arts Center, Brownfield. $20. stonemountainartscenter.com; 935-7292 May 13 – Kris Delmhorst and Session Americana, 8 p.m., One Longfellow Square, Portland. $15/$18.

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Continued from Page E10 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 3QUARE 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF Square, Portland. $25 in advance; $28 day of show, onelongfellowsquare.com. 8 p.m. SHOWONELONGFELLOWSQUARECOMPM Curt Bessette and Jenn Kurtz, singer-songwriters, #URT"ESSETTEAND*ENN+URTZ SINGER SONGWRITERS #LIFF(OUSE2ESORTAND3PA /GUNQUIT&REE Cliff House Resort and Spa, Ogunquit. Free. cliffhousemaine.com. 7 to 11 p.m. CLIFFHOUSEMAINECOMTOPM Guitar Studio Ensemble, University of Southern 'UITAR3TUDIO%NSEMBLE 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN Maine (Corthell Concert Hall), Gorham. Free. -AINE#ORTHELL#ONCERT(ALL 'ORHAM&REE  PM3ATURDAY 780-5555. 7:30 p.m. Saturday. ,OCAL#IRCUS FOLK ,OCAL3PROUTS#OOPERATIVE Local Circus, folk, Local Sprouts Cooperative, Portland. Donation. 7 to 9 p.m. 0ORTLAND$ONATIONTOPM Music and Muffins: Carolyn Currie, singer-USICAND-UFlNS#AROLYN#URRIE SINGER songwriter, Prince Memorial Library, Cumberland SONGWRITER 0RINCE-EMORIAL,IBRARY #UMBERLAND Center. Free; coffee and breakfast treats provided. #ENTER&REECOFFEEANDBREAKFASTTREATSPROVIDED 829-2215. 10a.m. to noon.  AMTONOON Martin Swinger, acoustic, with Steve Gillette and -ARTIN3WINGER ACOUSTIC WITH3TEVE'ILLETTEAND Cindy Mangsen; Frontier Cafe, Cinema & Gallery, #INDY-ANGSEN&RONTIER#AFE #INEMA'ALLERY Brunswick. $10 in advance; $12 day of show. "RUNSWICKINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW explorefrontier.com. 7 p.m. EXPLOREFRONTIERCOMPM Avalanche Tour, all-day metal festival featuring !VALANCHE4OUR ALL DAYMETALFESTIVALFEATURING Stone Sour, Theory of a Deadman, Skillet, 3TONE3OUR 4HEORYOFA$EADMAN 3KILLET Halestorm, Art of Dying and more, Bangor (ALESTORM !RTOF$YINGANDMORE "ANGOR Waterfront Pavilion. $37.75 in advance; $42.75 7ATERFRONT0AVILIONINADVANCE day of show, waterfrontconcerts.com. 10 a.m. DAYOFSHOWWATERFRONTCONCERTSCOMAM Eleventh Annual Barbershop Concert and Silent %LEVENTH!NNUAL"ARBERSHOP#ONCERTAND3ILENT Auction, benefits Brunswick Area Respite Care, !UCTION BENElTS"RUNSWICK!REA2ESPITE#ARE United Methodist Church, Brunswick. $8 in 5NITED-ETHODIST#HURCH "RUNSWICKIN advance; $10 at door; free for ages 12 and under. ADVANCEATDOORFREEFORAGESANDUNDER 729-8571. 6p.m.  PM Spring Music Fling, with Motor Booty Affair, Sly 3PRING-USIC&LING WITH-OTOR"OOTY!FFAIR 3LY Chi, Time Pilots, 50/50 raffle and silent auction; #HI 4IME0ILOTS RAFmEANDSILENTAUCTION benefits the American Cancer Society; Portland BENElTSTHE!MERICAN#ANCER3OCIETY0ORTLAND Sports Dome. $15 in advance; $20 day of show. 3PORTS$OMEINADVANCEDAYOFSHOW

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221-2343. Doors open 7 p.m.; show at 8 p.m.  $OORSOPENPMSHOWATPM SUNDAY 35.$!9 Songwriter's Critique Circle and Concert, with 3ONGWRITERS#RITIQUE#IRCLEAND#ONCERT WITH 3TEVE'ILLETTE +ENNEBEC#ONSERVATORY !UGUSTA Steve Gillette, Kennebec Conservatory, Augusta. SONGCIRCLECONCERT PM $5 song circle; $10 concert. 485-8863. 1 p.m. SONGCIRCLEPMCONCERT song circle; 3 p.m. concert. Jon McLaughlin, pop/rock, The Landing at Pine *ON-C,AUGHLIN POPROCK 4HE,ANDINGAT0INE Point, Scarborough. $15 in advance; $22 day of 0OINT 3CARBOROUGHINADVANCEDAYOF show, thelandingatpinepoint.com. 7 p.m. SHOWTHELANDINGATPINEPOINTCOMPM !VENGED3EVENFOLD METAL WITH4HREE$AYS'RACE Avenged Sevenfold, metal, with Three Days Grace and Sevendust, Cumberland County Civic Center, AND3EVENDUST #UMBERLAND#OUNTY#IVIC#ENTER Portland. $39.75. ticketmaster.com. 7 p.m. 0ORTLANDTICKETMASTERCOMPM MONDAY -/.$!9 The Dig!Tour, features YouTube musicians Davey 4HE$IGI4OUR FEATURES9OU4UBEMUSICIANS$AVEY Days, Mystery Guitar Man, David Choi, Destorm, $AYS -YSTERY'UITAR-AN $AVID#HOI $ESTORM The Gregory Brothers and Ricky Ficarelli, 18-plus; 4HE'REGORY"ROTHERSAND2ICKY&ICARELLI  PLUS Port City Music Hall, Portland. $8 in advance; 0ORT#ITY-USIC(ALL 0ORTLANDINADVANCE $12 day of show; $25 VIP. portcitymusichall.com. DAYOFSHOW6)0PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOM 7 p.m. PM TUESDAY 45%3$!9 Reverend Horton Heat, psychobilly, Port City 2EVEREND(ORTON(EAT PSYCHOBILLY 0ORT#ITY Music Hall, Portland. $18 in advance; $20 day of -USIC(ALL 0ORTLANDINADVANCEDAYOF show; $32.50 VIP. portcitymusichall.com. 8 p.m. SHOW6)0PORTCITYMUSICHALLCOMPM WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 World Music Ensemble, college ensemble, 7ORLD-USIC%NSEMBLE COLLEGEENSEMBLE Bowdoin College (Studzinski Recital Hall), "OWDOIN#OLLEGE3TUDZINSKI2ECITAL(ALL Brunswick. Free. 798-4141. 7:30 p.m. "RUNSWICK&REE PM Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra, singer/TTMAR,IEBERTAND,UNA.EGRA SINGER songwriters, Jonathan's Restaurant, Ogunquit. SONGWRITERS *ONATHANS2ESTAURANT /GUNQUIT $37.50 to $42.50. jonathansrestaurant.com. TOJONATHANSRESTAURANTCOM 8 p.m. PM

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How did Europe receive you?"SFUIF Are the )PXEJE&VSPQFSFDFJWFZPV old countries more welcoming of a solo PMEDPVOUSJFTNPSFXFMDPNJOHPGBTPMP act than the U.S.? BDUUIBOUIF64 Touring Europe is totally different than 5PVSJOH&VSPQFJTUPUBMMZEJGGFSFOUUIBO touring anywhere in the States. Not only UPVSJOHBOZXIFSFJOUIF4UBUFT/PUPOMZ are the wine, women and cheeses far suBSFUIFXJOF XPNFOBOEDIFFTFTGBSTV perior to anything we have here, the old QFSJPSUPBOZUIJOHXFIBWFIFSF UIFPME countries' general attitudes to going out DPVOUSJFTHFOFSBMBUUJUVEFTUPHPJOHPVU to see bands, having fun and supporting UPTFFCBOET IBWJOHGVOBOETVQQPSUJOH artists on the road is unmatched. Also, BSUJTUTPOUIFSPBEJTVONBUDIFE"MTP  throw in the fact that in countries like UISPXJOUIFGBDUUIBUJODPVOUSJFTMJLF Spain and Italy, punk and power-pop mu4QBJOBOE*UBMZ QVOLBOEQPXFSQPQNV sic does very well. And driving distances TJDEPFTWFSZXFMM"OEESJWJOHEJTUBODFT tend to be shorter than in the U.S., so all UFOEUPCFTIPSUFSUIBOJOUIF64 TPBMM in all it's the perfect conditions for tourJOBMMJUTUIFQFSGFDUDPOEJUJPOTGPSUPVS ing. I might move there. JOH*NJHIUNPWFUIFSF

What has Wyatt Funderburk (coolest 8IBUIBT8ZBUU'VOEFSCVSL DPPMFTU name ever) brought to the table for you OBNFFWFS CSPVHIUUPUIFUBCMFGPSZPV from Nashville? GSPN/BTIWJMMF Wyatt is a terrific songwriter and ar8ZBUUJTBUFSSJmDTPOHXSJUFSBOEBS ranger, with a great ear for a catchy SBOHFS XJUIBHSFBUFBSGPSBDBUDIZ hook. When we first wrote The Leftovers' IPPL8IFOXFmSTUXSPUF5IF-FGUPWFST single "Telephone Operator," I knew that TJOHMFi5FMFQIPOF0QFSBUPS w*LOFXUIBU I had to work with him again. In Febru*IBEUPXPSLXJUIIJNBHBJO*O'FCSV ary, I went down on a writing trip and BSZ *XFOUEPXOPOBXSJUJOHUSJQBOE came back with a bulk of new material I'll DBNFCBDLXJUIBCVMLPGOFXNBUFSJBM*MM be releasing at some point this year, and I CFSFMFBTJOHBUTPNFQPJOUUIJTZFBS BOE* feel like our song collaborations just keep GFFMMJLFPVSTPOHDPMMBCPSBUJPOTKVTULFFQ on getting better and better. It's not often POHFUUJOHCFUUFSBOECFUUFS*UTOPUPGUFO you can really find a good songwriting ZPVDBOSFBMMZmOEBHPPETPOHXSJUJOH partner, but Wyatt is definitely my main QBSUOFS CVU8ZBUUJTEFmOJUFMZNZNBJO man. NBO

You're also an avid DJ. What's special :PVSFBMTPBOBWJE%+8IBUTTQFDJBM about spinning that you can't get from BCPVUTQJOOJOHUIBUZPVDBOUHFUGSPN playing? QMBZJOH There's no denying that there is some5IFSFTOPEFOZJOHUIBUUIFSFJTTPNF thing special about vinyl records - it's UIJOHTQFDJBMBCPVUWJOZMSFDPSEToJUT probably in the sound quality. I may not QSPCBCMZJOUIFTPVOERVBMJUZ*NBZOPU have all my DJ moves down, but I just IBWFBMMNZ%+NPWFTEPXO CVU*KVTU love spinning records that make people MPWFTQJOOJOHSFDPSETUIBUNBLFQFPQMF wanna get up and dance. My DJ nights XBOOBHFUVQBOEEBODF.Z%+OJHIUT are more of a straight-up house party BSFNPSFPGBTUSBJHIUVQIPVTFQBSUZ in a club setting. I just love putting on a JOBDMVCTFUUJOH*KVTUMPWFQVUUJOHPOB good record and looking out to see people HPPESFDPSEBOEMPPLJOHPVUUPTFFQFPQMF having fun, smiling and dancing to weird IBWJOHGVO TNJMJOHBOEEBODJOHUPXFJSE and obscure '60s and 70s songs I thought BOEPCTDVSFTBOETTPOHT*UIPVHIU only I enjoyed. POMZ*FOKPZFE

How do you see your sound evolving )PXEPZPVTFFZPVSTPVOEFWPMWJOH and improving in the next five years? BOEJNQSPWJOHJOUIFOFYUmWFZFBST I'm just a sucker for a three-minute pop *NKVTUBTVDLFSGPSBUISFFNJOVUFQPQ tune, and I couldn't see myself branchUVOF BOE*DPVMEOUTFFNZTFMGCSBODI ing too far away from the pop formula of JOHUPPGBSBXBZGSPNUIFQPQGPSNVMBPG a catchy chorus and some nice sounded BDBUDIZDIPSVTBOETPNFOJDFTPVOEFE chords. However, lyrically I could defiDIPSET)PXFWFS MZSJDBMMZ*DPVMEEFm nitely use some improvement, so I've OJUFMZVTFTPNFJNQSPWFNFOU TP*WF been reading a lot more. I'd also like to CFFOSFBEJOHBMPUNPSF*EBMTPMJLFUP venture into some disco tunes and more WFOUVSFJOUPTPNFEJTDPUVOFTBOENPSF Electric Light Orchestra-styled piano &MFDUSJD-JHIU0SDIFTUSBTUZMFEQJBOP ballads. Hair metal is always an option. CBMMBET)BJSNFUBMJTBMXBZTBOPQUJPO Mike Olcott is a freelance writer who lives in Portland ;WYS=ZQ]bbWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS`eV]ZWdSaW\>]`bZO\R and Boston. O\R0]ab]\

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son, who is easy to take without having yet TPO XIPJTFBTZUPUBLFXJUIPVUIBWJOHZFU made a single surprising or provocative NBEFBTJOHMFTVSQSJTJOHPSQSPWPDBUJWF choice as an actor. Yet he, too, is at least in DIPJDFBTBOBDUPS:FUIF UPP JTBUMFBTUJO there working his two or three notes hard, UIFSFXPSLJOHIJTUXPPSUISFFOPUFTIBSE  and often effectively. The director, Francis BOEPGUFOFGGFDUJWFMZ5IFEJSFDUPS 'SBODJT Lawrence ("I Am Legend"), relies mainly -BXSFODF i*"N-FHFOEw SFMJFTNBJOMZ on his artistic collaborators, notably POIJTBSUJTUJDDPMMBCPSBUPST OPUBCMZ production designer Jack Fisk and cinQSPEVDUJPOEFTJHOFS+BDL'JTLBOEDJO ematographer Rodrigo Prieto, to create FNBUPHSBQIFS3PESJHP1SJFUP UPDSFBUF and sustain the atmosphere. The digital BOETVTUBJOUIFBUNPTQIFSF5IFEJHJUBM effects never overwhelm things. Moving FGGFDUTOFWFSPWFSXIFMNUIJOHT.PWJOH both the camera and the bodies within the CPUIUIFDBNFSBBOEUIFCPEJFTXJUIJOUIF frame, Lawrence is more efficient than GSBNF -BXSFODFJTNPSFFGmDJFOUUIBO inspired at this point in his career, but he JOTQJSFEBUUIJTQPJOUJOIJTDBSFFS CVUIF does show solid instincts in letting actors EPFTTIPXTPMJEJOTUJODUTJOMFUUJOHBDUPST interact within the frame. JOUFSBDUXJUIJOUIFGSBNF With his fierce emotional zigzags, Waltz 8JUIIJTmFSDFFNPUJPOBM[JH[BHT 8BMU[ keeps Pattinson and Witherspoon (who LFFQT1BUUJOTPOBOE8JUIFSTQPPO XIP retains immense audience appeal) on SFUBJOTJNNFOTFBVEJFODFBQQFBM PO their toes. Hal Holbrook appears in the UIFJSUPFT)BM)PMCSPPLBQQFBSTJOUIF bookend sequences, where we see old CPPLFOETFRVFODFT XIFSFXFTFFPME Jacob remembering back to the events +BDPCSFNFNCFSJOHCBDLUPUIFFWFOUT of '31. The scenes recall "The Notebook," PG5IFTDFOFTSFDBMMi5IF/PUFCPPL w "Madison County" and a hundred other i.BEJTPO$PVOUZwBOEBIVOESFEPUIFS bars of soap. CBSTPGTPBQ It's a testament to the general effective*UTBUFTUBNFOUUPUIFHFOFSBMFGGFDUJWF ness of "Water for Elephants" that you OFTTPGi8BUFSGPS&MFQIBOUTwUIBUZPV don't watch it and mentally check-mark EPOUXBUDIJUBOENFOUBMMZDIFDLNBSL these precedents. I went with it. I was UIFTFQSFDFEFOUT*XFOUXJUIJU*XBT happy to go with it. The movie works, and IBQQZUPHPXJUIJU5IFNPWJFXPSLT BOE it's only unexpectedly good because 20th JUTPOMZVOFYQFDUFEMZHPPECFDBVTFUI Century Fox waited until the last minute $FOUVSZ'PYXBJUFEVOUJMUIFMBTUNJOVUF to screen it for review. UPTDSFFOJUGPSSFWJFX

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Like "The Notebook," but with an -JLFi5IF/PUFCPPL wCVUXJUIBO elephant, the unexpectedly good film FMFQIBOU UIFVOFYQFDUFEMZHPPEmMN version of "Water for Elephants" elevates WFSTJPOPGi8BUFSGPS&MFQIBOUTwFMFWBUFT pure corn to a completely satisfying realm QVSFDPSOUPBDPNQMFUFMZTBUJTGZJOHSFBMN of romantic melodrama. PGSPNBOUJDNFMPESBNB This adaptation of the Sara Gruen 5IJTBEBQUBUJPOPGUIF4BSB(SVFO best-seller, set in a storybook edition of CFTUTFMMFS TFUJOBTUPSZCPPLFEJUJPOPG Depression-era 1931, stars Robert Pattin%FQSFTTJPOFSB TUBST3PCFSU1BUUJO son of the "Twilight" franchise as Jacob, TPOPGUIFi5XJMJHIUwGSBODIJTFBT+BDPC  the earnest son of Polish immigrants, "a UIFFBSOFTUTPOPG1PMJTIJNNJHSBOUT iB veterinary student from the wrong side of WFUFSJOBSZTUVEFOUGSPNUIFXSPOHTJEFPG the tracks" as 20th Century Fox's pubUIFUSBDLTwBTUI$FOUVSZ'PYTQVC licity describes him. A tragic off-screen MJDJUZEFTDSJCFTIJN"USBHJDPGGTDSFFO accident renders him an orphan not long BDDJEFOUSFOEFSTIJNBOPSQIBOOPUMPOH into the picture. Broke and distraught, JOUPUIFQJDUVSF#SPLFBOEEJTUSBVHIU  the Cornell student hops a freight train UIF$PSOFMMTUVEFOUIPQTBGSFJHIUUSBJO one evening that turns out to carry a most POFFWFOJOHUIBUUVSOTPVUUPDBSSZBNPTU unusual form of freight. VOVTVBMGPSNPGGSFJHIU It's a circus train, and with his animal *UTBDJSDVTUSBJO BOEXJUIIJTBOJNBM skills, along with his animal magnetism, TLJMMT BMPOHXJUIIJTBOJNBMNBHOFUJTN  our hero finds a place for himself in the PVSIFSPmOETBQMBDFGPSIJNTFMGJOUIF cash-strapped Benzini Bros, company. DBTITUSBQQFE#FO[JOJ#SPTDPNQBOZ Much of "Water for Elephants" unfolds .VDIPGi8BUFSGPS&MFQIBOUTwVOGPMET in one train car or another, or in the open JOPOFUSBJODBSPSBOPUIFS PSJOUIFPQFO fields nearby, where the big top rises and mFMETOFBSCZ XIFSFUIFCJHUPQSJTFTBOE falls and the striptease artists do their GBMMTBOEUIFTUSJQUFBTFBSUJTUTEPUIFJS thing not far from the aerialists, before UIJOHOPUGBSGSPNUIFBFSJBMJTUT CFGPSF it's on to the next town. The Benzini JUTPOUPUIFOFYUUPXO5IF#FO[JOJ crew's mercurial, sadistic ringleader, DSFXTNFSDVSJBM TBEJTUJDSJOHMFBEFS  played by Christoph Waltz of "Inglourious QMBZFECZ$ISJTUPQI8BMU[PGi*OHMPVSJPVT Basterds," is married to star attraction #BTUFSET wJTNBSSJFEUPTUBSBUUSBDUJPO Marlena, played by Reese Witherspoon, .BSMFOB QMBZFECZ3FFTF8JUIFSTQPPO  whose horse act is soon replaced by an elXIPTFIPSTFBDUJTTPPOSFQMBDFECZBOFM ephant act. Her co-star is the pachyderm FQIBOUBDU)FSDPTUBSJTUIFQBDIZEFSN who wins Jacob's heart while enduring XIPXJOT+BDPCTIFBSUXIJMFFOEVSJOH the cruelties inflicted by Waltz's August UIFDSVFMUJFTJOnJDUFECZ8BMU[T"VHVTU (not easy to watch, even if you know the OPUFBTZUPXBUDI FWFOJGZPVLOPXUIF American Humane Association was all "NFSJDBO)VNBOF"TTPDJBUJPOXBTBMM over this one). The elephant also wraps PWFSUIJTPOF 5IFFMFQIBOUBMTPXSBQT up the plot, which canvasses everything VQUIFQMPU XIJDIDBOWBTTFTFWFSZUIJOH from a tastefully smoldering romance GSPNBUBTUFGVMMZTNPMEFSJOHSPNBODF between Jacob and Marlena to a climactic CFUXFFO+BDPCBOE.BSMFOBUPBDMJNBDUJD stampede. TUBNQFEF Corny, right?8FSFCBDLJOUIFBSFOBPG We're back in the arena of $PSOZ SJHIU Cecil B. DeMille's "The Greatest Show on $FDJM#%F.JMMFTi5IF(SFBUFTU4IPXPO Earth" (1952), or - in the late silent era &BSUIw  PSoJOUIFMBUFTJMFOUFSB - the now-lost F.W Murnau circus story "4 oUIFOPXMPTU'8.VSOBVDJSDVTTUPSZi Devils" (1928). That one began with title %FWJMTw  5IBUPOFCFHBOXJUIUJUMF cards reading: "Step inside, folks! You DBSETSFBEJOHi4UFQJOTJEF GPMLT:PV come to laugh. And to be thrilled - but do DPNFUPMBVHI"OEUPCFUISJMMFEoCVUEP you know at what a cost to those who enZPVLOPXBUXIBUBDPTUUPUIPTFXIPFO tertain you?" While "Water for Elephants" UFSUBJOZPV w8IJMFi8BUFSGPS&MFQIBOUTw is softer and more sentimental, the mateJTTPGUFSBOENPSFTFOUJNFOUBM UIFNBUF rial requires utter commitment and belief SJBMSFRVJSFTVUUFSDPNNJUNFOUBOECFMJFG in the power of the corn. JOUIFQPXFSPGUIFDPSO The ringer here is screenwriter Rich5IFSJOHFSIFSFJTTDSFFOXSJUFS3JDI ard LaGravenese, who helped make a BSE-B(SBWFOFTF XIPIFMQFENBLFB very good film out of the world's worst WFSZHPPEmMNPVUPGUIFXPSMETXPSTU romance novel ("The Bridges of Madison SPNBODFOPWFM i5IF#SJEHFTPG.BEJTPO County"). With "Water for Elephants" he $PVOUZw 8JUIi8BUFSGPS&MFQIBOUTwIF has compressed the events very shrewdly IBTDPNQSFTTFEUIFFWFOUTWFSZTISFXEMZ without turning them into a manic "Perils XJUIPVUUVSOJOHUIFNJOUPBNBOJDi1FSJMT of Marlena" serial. The female protagonist PG.BSMFOBwTFSJBM5IFGFNBMFQSPUBHPOJTU remains somewhat passive, as she was on SFNBJOTTPNFXIBUQBTTJWF BTTIFXBTPO the page, which can be frustrating. Waltz's UIFQBHF XIJDIDBOCFGSVTUSBUJOH8BMU[T archetypal villain cannot help but steal BSDIFUZQBMWJMMBJODBOOPUIFMQCVUTUFBM focus when he's on-screen, partly because GPDVTXIFOIFTPOTDSFFO QBSUMZCFDBVTF of the abuse of which the character is PGUIFBCVTFPGXIJDIUIFDIBSBDUFSJT capable, partly because Waltz is just so DBQBCMF QBSUMZCFDBVTF8BMU[JTKVTUTP damned interesting to watch. EBNOFEJOUFSFTUJOHUPXBUDI That's more than can be said for Pattin5IBUTNPSFUIBODBOCFTBJEGPS1BUUJO

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"DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: RODRICK RULES" (1:35) Âľ27/@G=4/E7;>G972(@=2@719@C:3AÂś(!# (PG) Stars Zachary Gordon, Devon Bostick and Robert >5AbO`aHOQVO`g5]`R]\2Sd]\0]abWQYO\R@]PS`b Capron. Directed by David Bowers. Back in middle 1O^`]\2W`SQbSRPg2OdWR0]eS`a0OQYW\[WRRZS school after summer vacation, Greg Heffley works aQV]]ZOTbS`ac[[S`dOQObW]\5`SU6STĂ&#x20AC;Sge]`Ya hard to keep his secret safe, though his older brother VO`Rb]YSS^VWaaSQ`SbaOTSbV]cUVVWa]ZRS`P`]bVS` Rodrick knows all about what happened - and is eager @]R`WQYY\]eaOZZOP]cbeVObVO^^S\SRÂłO\RWaSOUS` to spill the beans. Some mild rude humor and mischief. b]a^WZZbVSPSO\aA][S[WZR`cRSVc[]`O\R[WaQVWST Showing at: Cinemagic Westbrook Today-Wed 11:50 AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROgESR(# a.m., 2:10,4:30; Cinemagic Saco Today 12:20,2:30,4:40 O[ ("(!)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROg (  (!"("

"FAST FIVE" (2:10) (PG-13) Stars Paul Walker, Vin Âľ4/AB47D3Âś (>5!AbO`a>OcZEOZYS`DW\ Diesel and Dwayne Johnson. Directed by Justin Lin. 2WSaSZO\R2eOg\S8]V\a]\2W`SQbSRPg8cabW\:W\ Dominic and his crew find themselves on the wrong 2][W\WQO\RVWaQ`SeÂż\RbVS[aSZdSa]\bVSe`]\U side of the law once again as they try to switch lanes aWRS]TbVSZOe]\QSOUOW\OabVSgb`gb]aeWbQVZO\Sa between a ruthless drug lord and a relentless federal PSbeSS\O`cbVZSaaR`cUZ]`RO\RO`SZS\bZSaaTSRS`OZ agent. OUS\b Opening at: Cinemagic Westbrook Fri-Wed 12, =^S\W\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`WESR 3, 3:20, 6:40, 7, 9:30, 9:50; Cinemagic Saco IMAX 12:20, ( !!( $("%'(!'(#)1W\S[OUWQAOQ]7;/F Fri-Wed 12:15,3:05,6:30, 9:15; Cinemagic Grand (South 4`WESR (#!(#$(!'(#)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV Portland) Fri-Wed 12:30, 3:30, 7, 9:50; Brunswick 10 >]`bZO\R4`WESR (!!(!%'(#)0`c\aeWQY Fri-Wed 1, 4, 7, 9:50; Falmouth 10 Fri 4:30, 7:20,10:10 4`WESR"%'(#)4OZ[]cbV4`W"(!%( ( Sat 1:40,4:30, 7:20,10:10 Sun 1:40,4:30, 7:20 Mon-Wed AOb(""(!%( (Ac\(""(!%( ;]\ESR 4:30, 7:20 "(!%( 

"HANNA" (1:51) (PG-13) Stars Saoirse Ronan, Cate Âľ6/<</Âś(#>5!AbO`aAO]W`aS@]\O\1ObS Blanchett and Eric Bana. Directed by Joe Wright. A 0ZO\QVSbbO\R3`WQ0O\O2W`SQbSRPg8]SE`WUVb/ 16-year-old who was raised by her father is dispatched $gSO`]ZReV]eOa`OWaSRPgVS`TObVS`WaRWa^ObQVSR on a mission across Europe, tracked by a ruthless intel]\O[WaaW]\OQ`]aa3c`]^Sb`OQYSRPgO`cbVZSaaW\bSZ ligence agent and her operatives. Intense sequences ZWUS\QSOUS\bO\RVS`]^S`ObWdSa7\bS\aSaS_cS\QSa of violence and action, some sexual material and ]TdW]ZS\QSO\ROQbW]\a][SaSfcOZ[ObS`WOZO\R language. ZO\UcOUS Showing at: Cinemagic Saco Today-Wed 12:30, 3:05, AV]eW\UOb(1W\S[OUWQAOQ]B]ROgESR (!!(# 6:50, 9:20; Cinemagic Westbrook Today 12:20, 3, 6:40, $(#'( )1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]YB]ROg ( !$(" 9:20 Fri-Wed 12:20,3; Nickelodeon (Portland) Today '( 4`WESR ( !)<WQYSZ]RS]\>]`bZO\RB]ROg 1:45, 6:30; Brunswick 10 Today 1:24,4:05, 7:25, 9:55 Fri("#$(!)0`c\aeWQYB]ROg( ""(#%( #'(##4`W Sat 1:25, Sun 7:25#;]\( Mon 1:25, Tue 1:25#ESR( Wed 1:25, AOb( #%(7:25 #Ac\%( #%(7:25 #BcS( # 7:25; Falmouth 10 Today 4:15, 7 %( #)4OZ[]cbVB]ROg"(#%

"PROM" (1:43) (PG) Stars Aimee Teegarden, Thomas Âľ>@=;Âś("!>5AbO`a/W[SSBSSUO`RS\BV][Oa McDonnell and DeVaughn Nixon. Directed by Joe ;Q2]\\SZZO\R2SDOcUV\<Wf]\2W`SQbSRPg8]S Nussbaum. Follows a group of teenagers as they get <caaPOc[4]ZZ]eaOU`]c^]TbSS\OUS`aOabVSgUSb ready for their high school prom. Mild language and a `SORgT]`bVSW`VWUVaQV]]Z^`][;WZRZO\UcOUSO\RO brief fight. P`WSTÂżUVb Opening at: Cinemagic Westbrook Fri-Wed 12:30, =^S\W\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`WESR (! 3:10, 6:30, 9:10; Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed 12:20, !($(!'()1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`WESR (  2:35, (!# 4:50,7:10, 9:30; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Fri"(#%('(!)1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R4`W Wed 12, 5, 7:30,10; Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 1:30, ESR  2:30, (!#%(!)0`c\aeWQY4`WESR(! 4:30, 7:10, 9:40; Falmouth 10 Fri 4:50, 7:30,10 Sat 2:20, "(!%('(")4OZ[]cbV4`W"(#%(!AOb (  4:50, 7:30,10 Sun 2:20, 4:50, 7:30 Mon-Wed 4:50, 7:30 "(#%(!Ac\ ( "(#%(!;]\ESR"(#%(!

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"DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT" (1:47) (PG-13) Stars Âľ2G:/<2=5(23/2=4<756BÂś("%>5!AbO`a Brandon Routh, Anita Briem and Sam Huntington. Di0`O\R]\@]cbV/\WbO0`WS[O\RAO[6c\bW\Ub]\2W rected by Kevin Munroe. The adventures of supernatu`SQbSRPg9SdW\;c\`]SBVSORdS\bc`Sa]Tac^S`\Obc ral private eye Dylan Dog, who seeks out the monsters `OZ^`WdObSSgS2gZO\2]UeV]aSSYa]cbbVS[]\abS`a of the Louisiana bayou in his signature red shirt, black ]TbVS:]cWaWO\OPOg]cW\VWaaWU\Obc`S`SRaVW`bPZOQY jacket and blue jeans. Sequences of creature violence XOQYSbO\RPZcSXSO\aAS_cS\QSa]TQ`SObc`SdW]ZS\QS and action, language including some sexual references, O\ROQbW]\ZO\UcOUSW\QZcRW\Ua][SaSfcOZ`STS`S\QSa and some drug material. O\Ra][SR`cU[ObS`WOZ Opening at: Cinemagic Westbrook Fri-Wed 12:30, =^S\W\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`WESR (! 3:20, 6:40, 9:20; Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed 12:40, 3:10, !( $("'( )1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`WESR ("!( 6:55, 9:25; Falmouth 10 Fri 4:04, 7:10, 9:50 Sat 1:55, $(##'( #)4OZ[]cbV4`W"("%('(#AOb(## 4:40, 7:10, 9:50 Sun 1:55, 4:40, 7:10 Mon-Wed 4:40, 7:10 "("%('(#Ac\(##"("%(;]\ESR"("%( "HOODWINKED TOO! HOOD VS. EVIL" (1:34) (PG) Âľ6==2E7<932B==6==2DA3D7:Âś(!">5 Animated with the voices of Hayden Panettiere, Glenn /\W[ObSReWbVbVSd]WQSa]T6OgRS\>O\SbbWS`S5ZS\\ Close and Patrick Warburton. Directed by Mike Disa. 1Z]aSO\R>Ob`WQYEO`Pc`b]\2W`SQbSRPg;WYS2WaO Red Riding Hood is training in the group of Sister @SR@WRW\U6]]RWab`OW\W\UW\bVSU`]c^]TAWabS` Hoods when she and the Wolf are called to examine 6]]RaeVS\aVSO\RbVSE]ZTO`SQOZZSRb]SfO[W\S the sudden mysterious disappearance of Hansel and bVSacRRS\[gabS`W]caRWaO^^SO`O\QS]T6O\aSZO\R Gretel. Some mild rude humor, language and action. 5`SbSZA][S[WZR`cRSVc[]`ZO\UcOUSO\ROQbW]\ Opening at: Cinemagic Westbrook Fri-Wed 11:50, 2, =^S\W\UOb(1W\S[OUWQESabP`]]Y4`WESR(# 4:20, 6:50, 9:10; Cinemagic Saco Fri-Wed 12:20, "( $(#'()1W\S[OUWQAOQ]4`WESR (  2:30, (! 4:30, 7, 9; Cinemagic Grand (South Portland) Fri-Wed "(!%')1W\S[OUWQ5`O\RA]cbV>]`bZO\R4`WESR 7:10, 9:30; Brunswick 10 Fri-Wed 12:10,2:30,4:50, ( (!"(#%('(!)0`c\aeWQY4`WESR 1:15, 3:40 (3D), 6:45 (3D), 9:20 (3D); Falmouth 10 Fri 5 (#!("!2$("#!2'( !2)4OZ[]cbV4`W# (3D), 7, 9:20AOb Sat 2:30 (3D), 5, 7, 9:20 Sun 2:30 (3D), 5, 7 !2%'( (!!2#%'( Ac\ (!!2#% Mon-Wed 5 (3D), 7 ;]\ESR#!2%

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PM3UNDAY "Killer Joe," dark comedy; 18-plus only (strong h+ILLER*OE vDARKCOMEDY PLUSONLYSTRONG adult content, graphic violence and nudity), ADULTCONTENT GRAPHICVIOLENCEANDNUDITY Space, Portland. 828-5600. $10 members; $12 3PACE 0ORTLAND MEMBERS non-members. 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. NON MEMBERSPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY "Always... Patsy Cline," musical drama based on h!LWAYS0ATSY#LINE vMUSICALDRAMABASEDON the real-life relationship between country singer THEREAL LIFERELATIONSHIPBETWEENCOUNTRYSINGER Patsy Cline and a fan, City Theater, Biddeford. 0ATSY#LINEANDAFAN #ITY4HEATER "IDDEFORD $20. citytheater.org. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday; CITYTHEATERORGPM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY 2 p.m. Sunday. Through May 15. PM3UNDAY4HROUGH-AY Evening of One-Acts, by Gaslight Theater, %VENINGOF/NE !CTS BY'ASLIGHT4HEATER Hallowell City Hall. $10, $12. 626-3698. Five (ALLOWELL#ITY(ALL  &IVE short plays, 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. SHORTPLAYS PM&RIDAYAND3ATURDAY "Harvey," classic comedy about a man and his h(ARVEY vCLASSICCOMEDYABOUTAMANANDHIS invisible rabbit, University of Southern Maine INVISIBLERABBIT 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE (Russell Hall), Gorham. $8 to $15. 780-5151. 2USSELL(ALL 'ORHAMTO  usm.maine.edu/theatre. 7:30 p.m. Friday and USMMAINEEDUTHEATREPM&RIDAYAND Saturday; 5 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYPM3UNDAY "Winnie the Pooh," features 11 young actors ages h7INNIETHE0OOH vFEATURESYOUNGACTORSAGES 9 to 17 from Greater Portland, Children's Museum TOFROM'REATER0ORTLAND #HILDRENS-USEUM and Theatre of Maine, Portland. $7, $8. 828-1234, AND4HEATREOF-AINE 0ORTLAND   Ext. 2 3 1 . 4 p.m. Friday; 1 and 4 p.m. Saturday and %XTPM&RIDAYANDPM3ATURDAYAND Sunday. 3UNDAY "The Other Words: Shakespeare & Sinatra," h4HE/THER7ORDS3HAKESPEARE3INATRA v grand opening/benefit for Shakespeare festival GRANDOPENINGBENElTFOR3HAKESPEAREFESTIVAL with music by Matt Fogg and The Chairmen WITHMUSICBY-ATT&OGGAND4HE#HAIRMEN of the Board, Freeport Factory Stage. $65. 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(ARBORTOPM&RIDAY country music with DPVOUSZNVTJDXJUI "Downtown Girls: A Reflection of Community," h$OWNTOWN'IRLS!2EmECTIONOF#OMMUNITY v a church flavor BDIVSDInBWPS photos by refugee children in after-school tutoring PHOTOSBYREFUGEECHILDRENINAFTER SCHOOLTUTORING that told stories UIBUUPMETUPSJFT program, Community Gallery, L/A Arts, Lewiston. PROGRAM #OMMUNITY'ALLERY ,!!RTS ,EWISTON and came out of a BOEDBNFPVUPGB 4 to 7 p.m. Friday. TOPM&RIDAY scratchy old record TDSBUDIZPMESFDPSE player. Grandma QMBZFS(SBOENB CONTINUING #/.4).5).' would not have alXPVMEOPUIBWFBM "The Orb and the Octopus," black-and-white h4HE/RBANDTHE/CTOPUS vBLACK AND WHITE lowed dancing, but MPXFEEBODJOH CVU drawings by Amy Ray and John Jennison, DRAWINGSBY!MY2AYAND*OHN*ENNISON RUSSELL under the table I @CAA3:: VOEFSUIFUBCMF* University of Southern Maine (Area Gallery), 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE!REA'ALLERY tapped my toes." UBQQFENZUPFTw Portland. 780-5008. Through today. 0ORTLAND 4HROUGHTODAY Russell has long admired Barnett's 3VTTFMMIBTMPOHBENJSFE#BSOFUUT The Maine Drawing Project, "Above and Below 4HE-AINE$RAWING0ROJECT h!BOVEAND"ELOW writing. She has written more than 100 XSJUJOH4IFIBTXSJUUFONPSFUIBO the Line," Fryeburg Academy (Palmina F. and THE,INE v&RYEBURG!CADEMY0ALMINA&AND choral compositions, an opera, more than DIPSBMDPNQPTJUJPOT BOPQFSB NPSFUIBO Stephen S. Pace Galleries of Art), Fryeburg. 3TEPHEN30ACE'ALLERIESOF!RT &RYEBURG a dozen orchestra and band compositions, BEP[FOPSDIFTUSBBOECBOEDPNQPTJUJPOT  935-9232.Through Friday.  4HROUGH&RIDAY and many pieces of chamber music. BOENBOZQJFDFTPGDIBNCFSNVTJD "Splendid Splashes," annual spring show of h3PLENDID3PLASHES vANNUALSPRINGSHOWOF "She is a woman of established reputai4IFJTBXPNBOPGFTUBCMJTIFESFQVUB abstract works, River Tree Arts, Kennebunk. 967ABSTRACTWORKS 2IVER4REE!RTS +ENNEBUNK tion in Minnesota music circles," said UJPOJO.JOOFTPUBNVTJDDJSDMFT wTBJE 9120. Through Saturday. 4HROUGH3ATURDAY Russell. "Her choral writing is first-rate. Stephen Legawiec photo courtesy USM 3VTTFMMi)FSDIPSBMXSJUJOHJTmSTUSBUF AbS^VS\:SUOeWSQ^V]b]Q]c`bSagCA; "April Fools!" group exhibit, Addison Woolley h!PRIL&OOLSvGROUPEXHIBIT !DDISON7OOLLEY So singable, so vocal, so wonderful. It is 4PTJOHBCMF TPWPDBM TPXPOEFSGVM*UJT Patrick Molloy and "friend" in the USM Theatre production of >Ob`WQY;]ZZ]gO\RµT`WS\R¶W\bVSCA;BVSOb`S^`]RcQbW]\]T Gallery, Portland. 450-8499. Through Saturday. 'ALLERY 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH3ATURDAY packed with beautiful melodies to sing, "Harvey," which continues this weekend on the Gorham campus. QBDLFEXJUICFBVUJGVMNFMPEJFTUPTJOH  µ6O`dSg¶eVWQVQ]\bW\cSabVWaeSSYS\R]\bVS5]`VO[QO[^ca "Two From the Biennial," Clint Fulkerson h4WO&ROMTHE"IENNIAL v#LINT&ULKERSON stem to stern." TUFNUPTUFSOw and Jon Edwards, plus "Kate Russo: New AND*ON%DWARDS PLUSh+ATE2USSO.EW Russell is excited about working with 3VTTFMMJTFYDJUFEBCPVUXPSLJOHXJUI Paintings," Susan Maasch Fine Art, Portland. Gallery, Belfast. 930-0464. Through May 8. Lewiston. 782-7228. Through May 28. 0AINTINGS v3USAN-AASCH&INE!RT 0ORTLAND 'ALLERY "ELFAST 4HROUGH-AY ,EWISTON 4HROUGH-AY the bluegrass band and with Caufield. The UIFCMVFHSBTTCBOEBOEXJUI$BVmFME5IF susanmaaschfineart.com. Through Saturday. "Maine Photography Show," juried exhibition, "Come Spring!" and "14 Maine Modernists: SUSANMAASCHlNEARTCOM4HROUGH3ATURDAY h-AINE0HOTOGRAPHY3HOW vJURIEDEXHIBITION h#OME3PRINGvANDh-AINE-ODERNISTS band includes many of Portland's bestCBOEJODMVEFTNBOZPG1PSUMBOETCFTU "Wearable Art: Tunics, Jackets, and Vests," Maine "OOTHBAY2EGION!RT&OUNDATION'ALLERY Boothbay Region Art Foundation Gallery, Works on Paper," Gleason Fine Art, Portland. h7EARABLE!RT4UNICS *ACKETS AND6ESTS v-AINE 7ORKSON0APER v'LEASON&INE!RT 0ORTLAND known acoustic musicians, and Caufield LOPXOBDPVTUJDNVTJDJBOT BOE$BVmFME Fiberarts, Topsham. 721-0678. Through Saturday. Boothbay Harbor, mainephotographyshow.com. gleasonfineart.com. Through May 28. &IBERARTS 4OPSHAM 4HROUGH3ATURDAY "OOTHBAY(ARBORMAINEPHOTOGRAPHYSHOWCOM GLEASONlNEARTCOM4HROUGH-AY has a powerful voice. She was a student of IBTBQPXFSGVMWPJDF4IFXBTBTUVEFOUPG "Hand, Voice & Vision: Thirty Years of Artists' Through May 8. "Dunia Moja/One World: A Peregrine Press and h(AND 6OICE6ISION4HIRTY9EARSOF!RTISTS 4HROUGH-AY h$UNIA-OJA/NE7ORLD!0EREGRINE0RESSAND Russell's at USM. Books from Women's Studio Workshop," Oil Paintings by Norma Torti, Red Door Pottery Zanzibar Print Exchange," Portland Public Library 3VTTFMMTBU64. "OOKSFROM7OMENS3TUDIO7ORKSHOP v /IL0AINTINGSBY.ORMA4ORTI 2ED$OOR0OTTERY :ANZIBAR0RINT%XCHANGE v0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY "I loved her voice back then, and I love i*MPWFEIFSWPJDFCBDLUIFO BOE*MPWF University of Southern Maine (Kate Cheney Studio and Gallery Shop, Kittery. 439-5671. (Lewis Gallery). 871-1700. Through May 28. 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE+ATE#HENEY 3TUDIOAND'ALLERY3HOP +ITTERY  ,EWIS'ALLERY  4HROUGH-AY it today," he said. "She has made a name Chappell Center for Book Arts), Portland. 228Through May 10. "Logging in the Maine Woods Today," JUUPEBZ wIFTBJEi4IFIBTNBEFBOBNF #HAPPELL#ENTERFOR"OOK!RTS 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH-AY h,OGGINGINTHE-AINE7OODS4ODAY v 8014. Through Saturday. for herself in the Broadway and popular "Celebrate Artists from Freeport," group show, photographs byTonee Harbert, University of 4HROUGH3ATURDAY GPSIFSTFMGJOUIF#SPBEXBZBOEQPQVMBS h#ELEBRATE!RTISTSFROM&REEPORT vGROUPSHOW PHOTOGRAPHSBY4ONEE(ARBERT 5NIVERSITYOF "A Collection of Photographs: Steven Thos. Moser Showroom, Freeport. thosmoser.com. 3OUTHERN-AINE'LICKMAN&AMILY,IBRARY Southern Maine (Glickman Family Library), music scene in Portland, and these songs h!#OLLECTIONOF0HOTOGRAPHS3TEVEN 4HOS-OSER3HOWROOM &REEPORTTHOSMOSERCOM NVTJDTDFOFJO1PSUMBOE BOEUIFTFTPOHT Langerman," St. Lawrence Arts Center, Portland. Through May 14. Portland, usm.maine.edu. Through May 29. fit her voice to a T." ,ANGERMAN v3T,AWRENCE!RTS#ENTER 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH-AY 0ORTLANDUSMMAINEEDU4HROUGH-AY mUIFSWPJDFUPB5w 347-3075.Through Saturday. "Frederick Lynch: New Work," Icon "Pop-ups! They're Not JUST for kids!," pop 4HROUGH3ATURDAY Russell is also excited about the prosh&REDERICK,YNCH.EW7ORK v)CON h0OP UPS4HEYRE.OT*534FORKIDS vPOP 3VTTFMMJTBMTPFYDJUFEBCPVUUIFQSPT "Stuck: Collage, Montage, Decoupage, Contemporary Art, Brunswick. 725-8157. Through UPBOOKSFROMTHE  VOLUME'ORALNICK up books from the 1,800-volume Goralnick h3TUCK#OLLAGE -ONTAGE $ECOUPAGE #ONTEMPORARY!RT "RUNSWICK 4HROUGH pects of returning to Woodfords. It's been QFDUTPGSFUVSOJOHUP8PPEGPSET*UTCFFO Assemblage," group exhibit, Aarhus Gallery, May 14. Collection, Bowdoin College (Hawthorne !SSEMBLAGE vGROUPEXHIBIT !ARHUS'ALLERY -AY #OLLECTION "OWDOIN#OLLEGE(AWTHORNE a long time since a Choral Art Society BMPOHUJNFTJODFB$IPSBM"SU4PDJFUZ Belfast. 338-0001. aarhusgallery.com. Through Longfellow Library), Brunswick, bowdoin.edu. "A Matter of Perception," juried exhibit of works "ELFAST AARHUSGALLERYCOM4HROUGH h!-ATTEROF0ERCEPTION vJURIEDEXHIBITOFWORKS ,ONGFELLOW,IBRARY "RUNSWICKBOWDOINEDU group has used the church as a perforHSPVQIBTVTFEUIFDIVSDIBTBQFSGPS Sunday. Through June 4. by artists with disabilities, University of Southern 3UNDAY BYARTISTSWITHDISABILITIES 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN 4HROUGH*UNE mance venue. NBODFWFOVF "Photography," works by advanced photography Maine (Atrium Art Gallery), Lewiston. 753-6500. "Woodland Margins," works by Barbara Bean, h0HOTOGRAPHY vWORKSBYADVANCEDPHOTOGRAPHY -AINE!TRIUM!RT'ALLERY ,EWISTON  h7OODLAND-ARGINS vWORKSBY"ARBARA"EAN "The sound is terrific," he said. "In the i5IFTPVOEJTUFSSJmD wIFTBJEi*OUIF students at Yarmouth High School, 317 Main Through May 24. Georgetown Historical Society, georgetown STUDENTSAT9ARMOUTH(IGH3CHOOL -AIN 4HROUGH-AY 'EORGETOWN(ISTORICAL3OCIETYGEORGETOWN chancel, our sound has the opportunity to DIBODFM PVSTPVOEIBTUIFPQQPSUVOJUZUP Street Community Music Center, Yarmouth. Current Student Work, Center for Furniture historicalsociety.org. Through June 15. 3TREET#OMMUNITY-USIC#ENTER 9ARMOUTH #URRENT3TUDENT7ORK #ENTERFOR&URNITURE HISTORICALSOCIETYORG4HROUGH*UNE mix and project on out, and the chancel NJYBOEQSPKFDUPOPVU BOEUIFDIBODFM Through May 6. Craftsmanship, Rockport. woodschool.org. "Garden Elements," garden sculpture, furnishings JTTQBDJPVTFOPVHIUIBUXFEPOPUGFFM 4HROUGH-AY #RAFTSMANSHIP 2OCKPORTWOODSCHOOLORG h'ARDEN%LEMENTS vGARDENSCULPTURE FURNISHINGS is spacious enough that we do not feel BFA Students Exhibit, University of Southern Through May 26. and other elements that personalize a landscape "&!3TUDENTS%XHIBIT 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN 4HROUGH-AY ANDOTHERELEMENTSTHATPERSONALIZEALANDSCAPE cramped." 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"Slack Water: Photographs of the Portland h3LACK7ATER0HOTOGRAPHSOFTHE0ORTLAND Waterfront" by Mark Marches!, Space Gallery, 7ATERFRONTvBY-ARK-ARCHESI 3PACE'ALLERY Portland. 828-5600. Through May 26. 0ORTLAND 4HROUGH-AY "Cherished Spaces," group exhibit, Haley Art h#HERISHED3PACES vGROUPEXHIBIT (ALEY!RT Gallery, Kittery. 439-2669. Through May 28. 'ALLERY +ITTERY 4HROUGH-AY "Frozen in Time," still life, L/A Arts Gallery 5, h&ROZENIN4IME vSTILLLIFE ,!!RTS'ALLERY

and enhance its natural beauty, Coastal Maine ANDENHANCEITSNATURALBEAUTY #OASTAL-AINE Botanical Gardens, Boothbay. mainegardens.org. "OTANICAL'ARDENS "OOTHBAYMAINEGARDENSORG Through June 30. 4HROUGH*UNE "Gold, God, Guns and Girls," gouache drawings h'OLD 'OD 'UNSAND'IRLS vGOUACHEDRAWINGS by Kenny Cole, Monkitree, Gardiner. 512-4679. BY+ENNY#OLE -ONKITREE 'ARDINER  Through July 9. 4HROUGH*ULY

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BAXTER BREWING CO. in Lewiston #"95&3#3&8*/($0JO-FXJTUPO is expanding after only three months in JTFYQBOEJOHBGUFSPOMZUISFFNPOUITJO business. CVTJOFTT This is good, because on a fishing trip 5IJTJTHPPE CFDBVTFPOBmTIJOHUSJQ early in April, I decided I wanted to take FBSMZJO"QSJM *EFDJEFE*XBOUFEUPUBLF good canned beer just because the cans HPPEDBOOFECFFSKVTUCFDBVTFUIFDBOT are easy to haul. BSFFBTZUPIBVM I bought Narragansett Bock *CPVHIU/BSSBHBOTFUU#PDL ahead of time, but I wanted to pick BIFBEPGUJNF CVU*XBOUFEUPQJDL up Baxter's Pamola Xtra Pale Ale VQ#BYUFST1BNPMB9USB1BMF"MF during lunch hour so I could leave EVSJOHMVODIIPVSTP*DPVMEMFBWF for camp directly from work and GPSDBNQEJSFDUMZGSPNXPSLBOE make no stops along the way It NBLFOPTUPQTBMPOHUIFXBZ*U took three stops downtown before UPPLUISFFTUPQTEPXOUPXOCFGPSF I found some. *GPVOETPNF Luke Livingston, founder and -VLF-JWJOHTUPO GPVOEFSBOE president of Baxter, said the QSFTJEFOUPG#BYUFS TBJEUIF 30-barrel brewhouse with two CBSSFMCSFXIPVTFXJUIUXP 60-barrel fermenters and two CBSSFMGFSNFOUFSTBOEUXP 120-barrel conditioning tanks CBSSFMDPOEJUJPOJOHUBOLT can produce 4,200 cases weekly. DBOQSPEVDF DBTFTXFFLMZ With two new fermenters and 8JUIUXPOFXGFSNFOUFSTBOE one more conditioning tank, POFNPSFDPOEJUJPOJOHUBOL  he said, the company will be IFTBJE UIFDPNQBOZXJMMCF able to double its capacity. BCMFUPEPVCMFJUTDBQBDJUZ "Demand has been absoi%FNBOEIBTCFFOBCTP lutely phenomenal," LivingsMVUFMZQIFOPNFOBM w-JWJOHT ton said in a press release UPOTBJEJOBQSFTTSFMFBTF announcing the expansion. BOOPVODJOHUIFFYQBOTJPO He also said that with more )FBMTPTBJEUIBUXJUINPSF capacity, the company will be DBQBDJUZ UIFDPNQBOZXJMMCF able to introduce new varietBCMFUPJOUSPEVDFOFXWBSJFU ies to the lineup. And that is JFTUPUIFMJOFVQ"OEUIBUJT what I am looking forward to. XIBU*BNMPPLJOHGPSXBSEUP Tom Atwell can be contacted at B][/beSZZQO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb 791-6362]`Ob( or at: %'$!$ tatwell@pressherald.com bObeSZZ.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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Continued from Page E27 :fek`el\[]ifd>OUS3 % the grandkids use the jester-shaped UIFHSBOELJETVTFUIFKFTUFSTIBQFE salt and pepper shakers like combat TBMUBOEQFQQFSTIBLFSTMJLFDPNCBU soldiers on the battlefield of a paper TPMEJFSTPOUIFCBUUMFmFMEPGBQBQFS placemat. A plate of waffles eventually QMBDFNBU"QMBUFPGXBGnFTFWFOUVBMMZ brings a truce to the conflict. CSJOHTBUSVDFUPUIFDPOnJDU For my part, I went after the butter'PSNZQBSU *XFOUBGUFSUIFCVUUFS milk pancakes full belly ($7): a combinaNJMLQBODBLFTGVMMCFMMZ  BDPNCJOB tion of sausage, well-crisped bacon and UJPOPGTBVTBHF XFMMDSJTQFECBDPOBOE eggs over easy with a two-story stack FHHTPWFSFBTZXJUIBUXPTUPSZTUBDL of pancakes large enough to consume PGQBODBLFTMBSHFFOPVHIUPDPOTVNF every inch of their very own plate. FWFSZJODIPGUIFJSWFSZPXOQMBUF I could just as easily have swapped in *DPVMEKVTUBTFBTJMZIBWFTXBQQFEJO the blueberry pancake full belly ($7.75), UIFCMVFCFSSZQBODBLFGVMMCFMMZ   the chocolate pancake full belly ($7.75), UIFDIPDPMBUFQBODBLFGVMMCFMMZ  

But if you're looking to play #VUJGZPVSFMPPLJOHUPQMBZ darts, chow down on all-youEBSUT DIPXEPXOPOBMMZPV can-eat popcorn (provided by DBOFBUQPQDPSO QSPWJEFECZ the classic machine), get down UIFDMBTTJDNBDIJOF HFUEPXO to some serious karaoke and UPTPNFTFSJPVTLBSBPLFBOE watch a life-sized game that's XBUDIBMJGFTJ[FEHBNFUIBUT projected on the wall behind the QSPKFDUFEPOUIFXBMMCFIJOEUIF bar tables, Spectators is just CBSUBCMFT 4QFDUBUPSTJTKVTU what the doctor ordered. XIBUUIFEPDUPSPSEFSFE Johanna Sorrell is a freelance writer 8]VO\\OA]``SZZWaOT`SSZO\QSe`WbS` who lives in Portland. eV]ZWdSaW\>]`bZO\R

the waffles ($8) or French toast ($8) and UIFXBGnFT  PS'SFODIUPBTU  BOE been left as content - and unable to finCFFOMFGUBTDPOUFOUoBOEVOBCMFUPmO ish the generous portions. Luckily, my JTIUIFHFOFSPVTQPSUJPOT-VDLJMZ NZ dining cohorts had no problem making EJOJOHDPIPSUTIBEOPQSPCMFNNBLJOH sure nothing went to waste. TVSFOPUIJOHXFOUUPXBTUF For folks with eyes equal to or smaller 'PSGPMLTXJUIFZFTFRVBMUPPSTNBMMFS than the size of their stomachs, a slice UIBOUIFTJ[FPGUIFJSTUPNBDIT BTMJDF of French toast and a side of bacon PG'SFODIUPBTUBOEBTJEFPGCBDPO could suffice ($3.85), or a Belgian waffle DPVMETVGmDF  PSB#FMHJBOXBGnF with Maine maple syrup ($5). Other XJUI.BJOFNBQMFTZSVQ  0UIFS house specialties include crepes ($4.75 IPVTFTQFDJBMUJFTJODMVEFDSFQFT  plain, $7.50 stuffed) and a monte cristo QMBJO TUVGGFE BOEBNPOUFDSJTUP ($7), because ham and cheese are just  CFDBVTFIBNBOEDIFFTFBSFKVTU as welcome at breakfast. BTXFMDPNFBUCSFBLGBTU The classics are all there: two eggs 5IFDMBTTJDTBSFBMMUIFSFUXPFHHT any style with ham, bacon or sausage BOZTUZMFXJUIIBN CBDPOPSTBVTBHF ($3.75); the "full plate," consisting of two  UIFiGVMMQMBUF wDPOTJTUJOHPGUXP eggs, two pieces of bacon, two sausages FHHT UXPQJFDFTPGCBDPO UXPTBVTBHFT and ham steak ($7.50); eggs Benedict BOEIBNTUFBL  FHHT#FOFEJDU

SPECTATORS SPORTS BAR JG<:K8KFIJJGFIKJ98I WHERE: Route 4 (168 Country Club Road), south Sanford. E63@3(@]cbS"$&1]c\b`g1ZcP@]ORa]cbVAO\T]`R spectators1.com !324-9658; "'$#&)a^SQbOb]`aQ][ HOURS: 3 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday to Friday; noon to 1 a.m. 6=C@A(!^[b]O[;]\ROgb]4`WROg)\]]\b]O[ Saturday and Sunday AObc`ROgO\RAc\ROg PARKING: Plenty in the dirt lot behind the building >/@97<5(>ZS\bgW\bVSRW`bZ]bPSVW\RbVSPcWZRW\U AMENITIES: 13 TVs, enough bar games for any dedicated /;3<7B73A(!BDaS\]cUVPO`UO[SaT]`O\gRSRWQObSR bar Olympics enthusiasts and a come-as-you-are, PO`=Zg[^WQaS\bVcaWOabaO\ROQ][SOag]cO`S congenial atmosphere Q]\US\WOZOb[]a^VS`S

FOODIE CENTRAL =FF;@<:<EKI8C FOR MORE NEWS on the Portland 4=@;=@3<3EA]\bVS>]`bZO\R area's food industry, including a O`SO¸aT]]RW\Rcab`gW\QZcRW\UO comprehensive dining guide, read Q][^`SVS\aWdSRW\W\UUcWRS`SOR Food & Dining every Wednesday in 4]]R2W\W\USdS`gESR\SaROgW\ The Portland Press Herald. BVS>]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZR ($7); and omelets ranging from three  BOEPNFMFUTSBOHJOHGSPNUISFF cheese ($5.85) and western ($6) to a DIFFTF  BOEXFTUFSO  UPB salsa-laden Mexican ($6.50). TBMTBMBEFO.FYJDBO   Also on the menu: a bagel with cream "MTPPOUIFNFOVBCBHFMXJUIDSFBN cheese ($2), hot oatmeal ($2.25) and DIFFTF  IPUPBUNFBM  BOE cereal ($1.75). But breakfast devotees DFSFBM  #VUCSFBLGBTUEFWPUFFT treasure the meal too much to settle for USFBTVSFUIFNFBMUPPNVDIUPTFUUMFGPS cereal anyway. DFSFBMBOZXBZ There are traditional lunch options, 5IFSFBSFUSBEJUJPOBMMVODIPQUJPOT  because die-hard breakfast fans are CFDBVTFEJFIBSECSFBLGBTUGBOTBSF sometimes friends with people who TPNFUJNFTGSJFOETXJUIQFPQMFXIP

aren't, assuming they have some other BSFOU BTTVNJOHUIFZIBWFTPNFPUIFS redeeming qualities. SFEFFNJOHRVBMJUJFT Lunches are served with chips, salad -VODIFTBSFTFSWFEXJUIDIJQT TBMBE and a pickle starting at 11 a.m. (hence BOEBQJDLMFTUBSUJOHBUBN IFODF why All Day Breakfast is not called All XIZ"MM%BZ#SFBLGBTUJTOPUDBMMFE"MM Day Lunch). Options include grilled %BZ-VODI 0QUJPOTJODMVEFHSJMMFE chicken breast ($6.75), grilled ham and DIJDLFOCSFBTU  HSJMMFEIBNBOE cheese ($4.85), hot Reuben ($6.75), a DIFFTF  IPU3FVCFO  B club sandwich ($7.75) and soup and half DMVCTBOEXJDI  BOETPVQBOEIBMG a sandwich ($5.75), among others. BTBOEXJDI  BNPOHPUIFST But why eat BLTs when there are om#VUXIZFBU#-5TXIFOUIFSFBSFPN elets to be had?-FUUIFMVODIFSTIBWF Let the lunchers have FMFUTUPCFIBE their sandwiches. I'll take my bread UIFJSTBOEXJDIFT*MMUBLFNZCSFBE toasted, buttered and laid out next to a UPBTUFE CVUUFSFEBOEMBJEPVUOFYUUPB pile of home fries in the middle of the QJMFPGIPNFGSJFTJOUIFNJEEMFPGUIF afternoon. BGUFSOPPO The Features staff of The Portland Press Herald BVS4SObc`SaabOTT]TBVS>]`bZO\R>`Saa6S`OZR anonymously samples meals for about $7. O\]\g[]caZgaO[^ZSa[SOZaT]`OP]cb%


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FRIDAY &2)$!9 4ALIB+WELI-EET'REET HIP HOPARTISTSIGNS Talib Kweli Meet & Greet, hip-hop artist signs AUTOGRAPHS "ULL-OOSE-USIC 0ORTLAND&REE autographs, Bull Moose Music, Portland. Free. bullmoose.com. 6 to 7 p.m. BULLMOOSECOMTOPM Take Back the Night March and Rally, presented 4AKE"ACKTHE.IGHT-ARCHAND2ALLY PRESENTED BY3EXUAL!SSAULT2ESPONSE3ERVICESOF3OUTHERN by Sexual Assault Response Services of Southern -AINE -ONUMENT3QUARE 0ORTLAND&REE Maine, Monument Square, Portland. Free. sarsonline.org. 6 p.m. SARSONLINEORGPM SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Great Falls Model Railroad Club Model Train 'REAT&ALLS-ODEL2AILROAD#LUB-ODEL4RAIN Show, Mt. Ararat High School, Topsham. $2, $4. 3HOW -T!RARAT(IGH3CHOOL 4OPSHAM  greatfallsmodelrrclub.org. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. GREATFALLSMODELRRCLUBORGAMTOPM "Dining with the Dead: Haunted Lighthouses of h$ININGWITHTHE$EAD(AUNTED,IGHTHOUSESOF New England," with Ron Kolek of New England .EW%NGLAND vWITH2ON+OLEKOF.EW%NGLAND

'HOST0ROJECTAND*EREMY$%NTREMONTOF.EW Ghost Project and Jeremy D'Entremont of New %NGLAND,IGHTHOUSE4OURS #APTAINAND0ATTYS England Lighthouse Tours, Captain and Patty's 2ESTAURANT +ITTERY0OINTLIGHTHOUSECCTOURS Restaurant, Kittery Point. $39. lighthouse.cc/tours. 6 to 9 p.m. TOPM 'IANT5SED"OOK3ALE THOUSANDSOFBOOKSFORALL Giant Used Book Sale, thousands of books for all AGESANDINTERESTS &ALMOUTH-EMORIAL,IBRARY ages and interests, Falmouth Memorial Library. &REEADMISSION AMTOPM Free admission. 781-2351. 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday. 3ATURDAYTOPM3UNDAY Walker Maritime History Symposium, varied 7ALKER-ARITIME(ISTORY3YMPOSIUM VARIED PROGRAMRELATEDTOTHEALMOST YEAR program related to the almost 200-year relationship between the U.S. Navy and Maine RELATIONSHIPBETWEENTHE53.AVYAND-AINE with a continental breakfast, lunch and closing WITHACONTINENTALBREAKFAST LUNCHANDCLOSING reception, Maine Maritime Museum, Bath. $60 for RECEPTION -AINE-ARITIME-USEUM "ATHFOR MEMBERSFORNONMEMBERSFORSTUDENTS members; $70 for nonmembers; $35 for students. 443-1316, Ext. 0. mainemaritimemuseum.org.   %XTMAINEMARITIMEMUSEUMORG Daylong starting at 8 a.m. $AYLONGSTARTINGATAM "II Trovatore," screening of Metropolitan Opera h)L4ROVATORE vSCREENINGOF-ETROPOLITAN/PERA production live in HD, Fryeburg Academy (Leura PRODUCTIONLIVEIN($ &RYEBURG!CADEMY,EURA Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center), Fryeburg. (ILL%ASTMAN0ERFORMING!RTS#ENTER &RYEBURG $18 to $26. 935-9232. 1 p.m. TO PM

$INNERAND!UCTION HOSTEDBY3ANFORD-AINE Dinner and Auction, hosted by Sanford Maine State Theatre with preview of upcoming murder3TATE4HEATREWITHPREVIEWOFUPCOMINGMURDER MYSTERYPERFORMANCE .ASSON#OMMUNITY#ENTER mystery performance, Nasson Community Center, Springvale. $25. 324-5657. 5:30 p.m. dinner; 3PRINGVALE PMDINNER 7 p.m. auction. PMAUCTION #ABARET WITHHOST,OUIS0HILIPPE &RANCO Cabaret, with host Louis Philippe, FrancoAmerican Heritage Center, Lewiston. $18. 689!MERICAN(ERITAGE#ENTER ,EWISTON 2000. 7:30 p.m.; doors and cash bar at 6:30 p.m. PMDOORSANDCASHBARATPM Junior Ranger Day, children try their hand at the *UNIOR2ANGER$AY CHILDRENTRYTHEIRHANDATTHE ATLATL ANANCIENTTHROWINGTOOL !BBE-USEUM atlatl, an ancient throwing tool, Abbe Museum, "AR(ARBOR&REE AMTOPM Bar Harbor. Free. 288-3519. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Organic Workshop, all-day workshops on /RGANIC7ORKSHOP ALL DAYWORKSHOPSON composting, planting and growing organically, COMPOSTING PLANTINGANDGROWINGORGANICALLY NATURALPESTANDWEEDCONTROL ANDGOODBUGSFOR natural pest and weed control, and good bugs for your garden, O'Donal's Nurseries, Gorham. Free. YOURGARDEN /$ONALS.URSERIES 'ORHAM&REE 839-4262. 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday and  AMTOPM3ATURDAYAND Sunday. 3UNDAY Feathers Over Freeport, bird walks, games for &EATHERS/VER&REEPORT BIRDWALKS GAMESFOR children, and watches for hawks and ospreys, CHILDREN ANDWATCHESFORHAWKSANDOSPREYS Bradbury Mountain State Park, Pownal, and "RADBURY-OUNTAIN3TATE0ARK 0OWNAL AND

7OLFES.ECK7OODS3TATE0ARK &REEPORT&REE Wolfe's Neck Woods State Park, Freeport. Free with park admission, freeportwildbirclsupply.com. WITHPARKADMISSIONFREEPORTWILDBIRDSUPPLYCOM AMTOPM3ATURDAYAND3UNDAY 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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(Rogues Gallery) and Meredith Alex 3PHVFT(BMMFSZ BOE.FSFEJUI"MFY (MadWorld) raising the bar of what is .BE8PSME SBJTJOHUIFCBSPGXIBUJT possible in the Pine Tree State. QPTTJCMFJOUIF1JOF5SFF4UBUF According to designer Erika Smith, a "DDPSEJOHUPEFTJHOFS&SJLB4NJUI B lot of the fuel for Maine's fashion scene MPUPGUIFGVFMGPS.BJOFTGBTIJPOTDFOF - particularly for the younger set - comes oQBSUJDVMBSMZGPSUIFZPVOHFSTFUoDPNFT from the fashion marketing program at GSPNUIFGBTIJPONBSLFUJOHQSPHSBNBU Portland Arts & Technology High School. 1PSUMBOE"SUT5FDIOPMPHZ)JHI4DIPPM "I think the fashion design scene seems i*UIJOLUIFGBTIJPOEFTJHOTDFOFTFFNT to be growing," said Smith, who studied UPCFHSPXJOH wTBJE4NJUI XIPTUVEJFE at PATHS before going on to the SavanBU1"5)4CFGPSFHPJOHPOUPUIF4BWBO nah College of Art and Design. "It seems OBI$PMMFHFPG"SUBOE%FTJHOi*UTFFNT like even more younger kids are going MJLFFWFONPSFZPVOHFSLJETBSFHPJOH toward design. A lot of the people I know UPXBSEEFTJHO"MPUPGUIFQFPQMF*LOPX who design are artists as well." XIPEFTJHOBSFBSUJTUTBTXFMMw This connection between design and art 5IJTDPOOFDUJPOCFUXFFOEFTJHOBOEBSU is sure to come across on the catwalk. JTTVSFUPDPNFBDSPTTPOUIFDBUXBML Before the show gets underway, guests #FGPSFUIFTIPXHFUTVOEFSXBZ HVFTUT can bid on silent auction items, take DBOCJEPOTJMFOUBVDUJPOJUFNT UBLF advantage of the cash bar and check out BEWBOUBHFPGUIFDBTICBSBOEDIFDLPVU the circus-style performance of the Dark UIFDJSDVTTUZMFQFSGPSNBODFPGUIF%BSL Follies. After the show, WMPG DJ Ron 'PMMJFT"GUFSUIFTIPX 8.1(%+3PO Raymond will preside over a dance party. 3BZNPOEXJMMQSFTJEFPWFSBEBODFQBSUZ The runway show itself is scheduled to 5IFSVOXBZTIPXJUTFMGJTTDIFEVMFEUP begin at 8 p.m. CFHJOBUQN Don't be fashionably late. %POUCFGBTIJPOBCMZMBUF

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ers, including a few who have shown work FST JODMVEJOHBGFXXIPIBWFTIPXOXPSL on the WMPG runway before - CassanPOUIF8.1(SVOXBZCFGPSFo$BTTBO dra Helton, Eva Collins, Lillian Gardner, ESB)FMUPO &WB$PMMJOT -JMMJBO(BSEOFS  Erika Smith and Svetlana Bell. &SJLB4NJUIBOE4WFUMBOB#FMM Each designer will show between two &BDIEFTJHOFSXJMMTIPXCFUXFFOUXP and six pieces. BOETJYQJFDFT "We'll have everything from deconi8FMMIBWFFWFSZUIJOHGSPNEFDPO structed and reconstructed clothing up to TUSVDUFEBOESFDPOTUSVDUFEDMPUIJOHVQUP wedding dress and prom dress designXFEEJOHESFTTBOEQSPNESFTTEFTJHO ers," said show organizer Cindy Flanders. FST wTBJETIPXPSHBOJ[FS$JOEZ'MBOEFST "The different styles of designs you will i5IFEJGGFSFOUTUZMFTPGEFTJHOTZPVXJMM see are as diverse as the music you hear TFFBSFBTEJWFSTFBTUIFNVTJDZPVIFBS on WMPG." PO8.1(w Last year's show featured a number of -BTUZFBSTTIPXGFBUVSFEBOVNCFSPG up-cycled pieces by designers who take VQDZDMFEQJFDFTCZEFTJHOFSTXIPUBLF thrift-shop clothing and give it a modern UISJGUTIPQDMPUIJOHBOEHJWFJUBNPEFSO twist. This will be a staple of the show UXJTU5IJTXJMMCFBTUBQMFPGUIFTIPX again this year. BHBJOUIJTZFBS Other interesting pieces to look for 0UIFSJOUFSFTUJOHQJFDFTUPMPPLGPS include Mya Elliot's steampunk-inspired JODMVEF.ZB&MMJPUTTUFBNQVOLJOTQJSFE looks and 12-year-old Rowan Hoyt's outfit MPPLTBOEZFBSPME3PXBO)PZUTPVUmU made from pink and black duct tape. NBEFGSPNQJOLBOECMBDLEVDUUBQF In recent years, Maine's fashion com*OSFDFOUZFBST .BJOFTGBTIJPODPN munity has become larger and more visNVOJUZIBTCFDPNFMBSHFSBOENPSFWJT ible, with designers such as Jill McGowan JCMF XJUIEFTJHOFSTTVDIBT+JMM.D(PXBO (The Great White Shirt), Alex Carleton 5IF(SFBU8IJUF4IJSU "MFY$BSMFUPO

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SUNDAY 35.$!9 Solar Show: "Eight Planets and Counting," 3OLAR3HOWh%IGHT0LANETSAND#OUNTING v University of Southern Maine (Southworth 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE3OUTHWORTH Planetarium), Portland. $4 to $9. 780-4249. 0LANETARIUM 0ORTLANDTO  3 p.m. PM h4HE4HINKING(EART4HE,IFE,OVESOF%TTY "The Thinking Heart: The Life & Loves of Etty Hillesum," in commemoration of Holocaust (ILLESUM vINCOMMEMORATIONOF(OLOCAUST Remembrance Day, First Parish Church, Portland. 2EMEMBRANCE$AY &IRST0ARISH#HURCH 0ORTLAND 773-5747. 7 p.m.  PM Spring Celebration, alternative energy 3PRING#ELEBRATION ALTERNATIVEENERGY demonstration with the farm's new solar panels, DEMONSTRATIONWITHTHEFARMSNEWSOLARPANELS music, face painting, storytelling and a maypole MUSIC FACEPAINTING STORYTELLINGANDAMAYPOLE dance, College of the Atlantic (Beech Hill Farm), DANCE #OLLEGEOFTHE!TLANTIC"EECH(ILL&ARM Mt. Desert, coa.edu. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. -T$ESERTCOAEDUAMTOPM

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TUESDAY 45%3$!9 %AST%ND7ASTEWATER4REATMENT&ACILITY4OUR East End Wastewater Treatment Facility Tour, ages 10 and older; Sebago Lake Ecology Center, AGESANDOLDER3EBAGO,AKE%COLOGY#ENTER Standish. Free. 774-5961, Ext. 3324. 10 a.m. to 3TANDISH&REE  %XTAMTO noon. NOON (IKETHE3EBAGOTOTHE3EA4RAIL AGESAND Hike the Sebago to the Sea Trail, ages 10 and older, Sebago Lake Ecology Center, Standish. Free. OLDER 3EBAGO,AKE%COLOGY#ENTER 3TANDISH&REE 774-5961, Ext. 3324. 1 to 3 p.m.   %XTTOPM 'ROWING&RUIT4REES WORKSHOPWITH2ENAE-ORAN Growing Fruit Trees, workshop with Renae Moran of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, OFTHE5NIVERSITYOF-AINE#OOPERATIVE%XTENSION Merryspring Nature Center, Camden. $5; free for -ERRYSPRING.ATURE#ENTER #AMDENFREEFOR members. 236-2239. Noon. MEMBERS .OON WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Fish Printing, for ages pre-school to sixth grade, &ISH0RINTING FORAGESPRE SCHOOLTOSIXTHGRADE Sebago Lake Ecology Center, Standish. Free. 7743EBAGO,AKE%COLOGY#ENTER 3TANDISH&REE 5961, Ext. 3324. 10 a.m. to noon.  %XTAMTONOON "Roof Runoff, Rain Gardens, and Rain Barrels," h2OOF2UNOFF 2AIN'ARDENS AND2AIN"ARRELS v workshop, Sebago Lake Ecology Center, Standish. WORKSHOP 3EBAGO,AKE%COLOGY#ENTER 3TANDISH Free. 774-5961, Ext. 3324. 6:30 to 8 p.m. &REE  %XTTOPM

FILMS N&),-3 TODAY 4/$!9 Sagadahoc Preservation's Dreamland Theater, 3AGADAHOC0RESERVATIONS$REAMLAND4HEATER film series, Winter Street Center, Bath. $5/ lLMSERIES 7INTER3TREET#ENTER "ATH donation. 443-2174. "Grease" (1978) and DONATION h'REASEv AND "Moulin Rouge" (2001), 7 p.m. h-OULIN2OUGEv PM Paddlers Film Festival, features films that highlight 0ADDLERS&ILM&ESTIVAL FEATURESlLMSTHATHIGHLIGHT the paddling lifestyle, Eastland Park Hotel, THEPADDLINGLIFESTYLE %ASTLAND0ARK(OTEL Portland. $12; $15. 6:30 p.m. films; 5 p.m. doors 0ORTLANDPMlLMSPMDOORS and auction. ANDAUCTION Film Chowdah: Maine College Film Festival, &ILM#HOWDAH-AINE#OLLEGE&ILM&ESTIVAL Nickelodeon Cinemas, Portland. $5. .ICKELODEON#INEMAS 0ORTLAND patriotcinemas.com/nickelodeon.html. 6 and PATRIOTCINEMASCOMNICKELODEONHTMLAND 9 p.m. PM

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them two hours to earn enough for a UIFNUXPIPVSTUPFBSOFOPVHIGPSB ticket," said May. "So I figure I should UJDLFU wTBJE.BZi4P*mHVSF*TIPVME give them at least two hours of my time." HJWFUIFNBUMFBTUUXPIPVSTPGNZUJNFw May certainly knows something about .BZDFSUBJOMZLOPXTTPNFUIJOHBCPVU the working class. He grew up in ClarksUIFXPSLJOHDMBTT)FHSFXVQJO$MBSLT ville, Ark., where his mother worked as WJMMF "SL XIFSFIJTNPUIFSXPSLFEBT many as three jobs to support a family NBOZBTUISFFKPCTUPTVQQPSUBGBNJMZ of four. His father and mother divorced PGGPVS)JTGBUIFSBOENPUIFSEJWPSDFE when May was young, and his father did XIFO.BZXBTZPVOH BOEIJTGBUIFSEJE not financially contribute to the family. OPUmOBODJBMMZDPOUSJCVUFUPUIFGBNJMZ As a youngster, May did comedy at any "TBZPVOHTUFS .BZEJEDPNFEZBUBOZ talent show he could find. When he was UBMFOUTIPXIFDPVMEmOE8IFOIFXBT 17, he won a radio station comedy contest.  IFXPOBSBEJPTUBUJPODPNFEZDPOUFTU His prize: opening for the late comic leg)JTQSJ[FPQFOJOHGPSUIFMBUFDPNJDMFH end Sam Kinison at a show in Arkansas. FOE4BN,JOJTPOBUBTIPXJO"SLBOTBT "He was the biggest, baddest guy in i)FXBTUIFCJHHFTU CBEEFTUHVZJO comedy, and he knew it," May said. "He DPNFEZ BOEIFLOFXJU w.BZTBJEi)F was just an incredible force." XBTKVTUBOJODSFEJCMFGPSDFw May not only got to perform on the .BZOPUPOMZHPUUPQFSGPSNPOUIF same stage, he got to mingle with the TBNFTUBHF IFHPUUPNJOHMFXJUIUIF hard-living Kinison at an after-show party IBSEMJWJOH,JOJTPOBUBOBGUFSTIPXQBSUZ complete with liquor and lots of women. DPNQMFUFXJUIMJRVPSBOEMPUTPGXPNFO Kinison got his professional start per,JOJTPOHPUIJTQSPGFTTJPOBMTUBSUQFS forming in Houston, so he suggested that GPSNJOHJO)PVTUPO TPIFTVHHFTUFEUIBU May start there, too. May was already at.BZTUBSUUIFSF UPP.BZXBTBMSFBEZBU tending college courses while still in high UFOEJOHDPMMFHFDPVSTFTXIJMFTUJMMJOIJHI school, but he could not pass on a chance TDIPPM CVUIFDPVMEOPUQBTTPOBDIBODF to make it in comedy. UPNBLFJUJODPNFEZ So he gave up thoughts of college and 4PIFHBWFVQUIPVHIUTPGDPMMFHFBOE moved to Houston. NPWFEUP)PVTUPO After eight or nine years of "honing" his "GUFSFJHIUPSOJOFZFBSTPGiIPOJOHwIJT craft, he relocated to Los Angeles. It was DSBGU IFSFMPDBUFEUP-PT"OHFMFT*UXBT there that he met Maine's best-known UIFSFUIBUIFNFU.BJOFTCFTULOPXO comedian, Bob Marley DPNFEJBO #PC.BSMFZ

SATURDAY 3!452$!9 Margaret Chase Smith documentary, Criterion -ARGARET#HASE3MITHDOCUMENTARY #RITERION Theatre and Arts Center, Bar Harbor. Free. 4HEATREAND!RTS#ENTER "AR(ARBOR&REE criteriontheatre.com. 7 p.m. CRITERIONTHEATRECOMPM " 2 0 0 1 : A Space Odyssey" (1968), celebrating h!3PACE/DYSSEYv CELEBRATING the theater's grand re-opening, also benefits THETHEATERSGRANDRE OPENING ALSOBENElTS Midcoast Hunger Prevention Food Bank, -IDCOAST(UNGER0REVENTION&OOD"ANK Eveningstar Cinema, Brunswick. Admission is %VENINGSTAR#INEMA "RUNSWICK!DMISSIONIS two cans of food. 729-6796. 9 p.m. TWOCANSOFFOOD PM SUNDAY 35.$!9 "A Film Unfinished," film screening of 2010 h!&ILM5NlNISHED vlLMSCREENINGOF Sundance Film Festival award winner in honor of 3UNDANCE&ILM&ESTIVALAWARDWINNERINHONOROF Holocaust Remembrance Day; Hannaford Hall, (OLOCAUST2EMEMBRANCE$AY(ANNAFORD(ALL University of Southern Maine, Portland. Free. 5NIVERSITYOF3OUTHERN-AINE 0ORTLAND&REE 831-7495. 2 p.m. (community observance at  PMCOMMUNITYOBSERVANCEAT 1:30 p.m.) PM MONDAY -/.$!9 Geek Chorus: Surprise Movie Night, with music 'EEK#HORUS3URPRISE-OVIE.IGHT WITHMUSIC by Boo, The Third Element and The Fuge; Geno's, BY"OO 4HE4HIRD%LEMENTAND4HE&UGE'ENOS Portland. Call for time and cost: 221-2382. 0ORTLAND#ALLFORTIMEANDCOST  WEDNESDAY 7%$.%3$!9 Teens Through Time, film series with teen-cenric 4EENS4HROUGH4IME lLMSERIESWITHTEEN CENRIC viewpoint, Portland Public Library. Free. 8 7 1 VIEWPOINT 0ORTLAND0UBLIC,IBRARY&REE 1700. 1990s: "Encino M a n " (1992), 4:30 p.m. Sh%NCINO-ANv PM " H o l y Wars," 2010 documentary, Space, h(OLY7ARS vDOCUMENTARY 3PACE Portland. $5 members; $7 non-members. 0ORTLANDMEMBERSNON MEMBERS space538.org. 7:30 p.m. SPACEORGPM "Canvasman:The Robbie Ellis Story," 2010 h#ANVASMAN4HE2OBBIE%LLIS3TORY v

"Bob Marley is the quickest writer I've i#PC.BSMFZJTUIFRVJDLFTUXSJUFS*WF ever seen, and his bits about his father FWFSTFFO BOEIJTCJUTBCPVUIJTGBUIFS and mother always make me cry laughBOENPUIFSBMXBZTNBLFNFDSZMBVHI ing," said May. "He always said he wanted JOH wTBJE.BZi)FBMXBZTTBJEIFXBOUFE to get me up to Portland - well, now I'm UPHFUNFVQUP1PSUMBOEoXFMM OPX*N coming." DPNJOHw It was also in L.A. where May got the *UXBTBMTPJO-"XIFSF.BZHPUUIF biggest break of his career: appearing on CJHHFTUCSFBLPGIJTDBSFFSBQQFBSJOHPO a competition reality show, "Last Comic BDPNQFUJUJPOSFBMJUZTIPX i-BTU$PNJD Standing." He finished second, but that 4UBOEJOHw)FmOJTIFETFDPOE CVUUIBU didn't matter. The show had given him EJEOUNBUUFS5IFTIPXIBEHJWFOIJN nationwide exposure, and he was soon OBUJPOXJEFFYQPTVSF BOEIFXBTTPPO appearing on TV variety shows such as BQQFBSJOHPO57WBSJFUZTIPXTTVDIBT "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" - the i5IF5POJHIU4IPXXJUI+BZ-FOPwoUIF very show he had grew up watching when WFSZTIPXIFIBEHSFXVQXBUDIJOHXIFO Carson was at the helm. $BSTPOXBTBUUIFIFMN After that, he went on to make comedy "GUFSUIBU IFXFOUPOUPNBLFDPNFEZ albums and his own stand-up specials for BMCVNTBOEIJTPXOTUBOEVQTQFDJBMTGPS the Comedy Central cable network. UIF$PNFEZ$FOUSBMDBCMFOFUXPSL Although he is a fairly portly fellow, May "MUIPVHIIFJTBGBJSMZQPSUMZGFMMPX .BZ doesn't do many fat jokes. He doesn't EPFTOUEPNBOZGBUKPLFT)FEPFTOU want to be pigeonholed as being only able XBOUUPCFQJHFPOIPMFEBTCFJOHPOMZBCMF to tell fat jokes - plus, he feels like a lot of UPUFMMGBUKPLFToQMVT IFGFFMTMJLFBMPUPG other comedians have already exhausted PUIFSDPNFEJBOTIBWFBMSFBEZFYIBVTUFE the material. UIFNBUFSJBM "I don't dwell on it, and I feel if you can't i*EPOUEXFMMPOJU BOE*GFFMJGZPVDBOU make it better, why do it," said May. "I NBLFJUCFUUFS XIZEPJU wTBJE.BZi* talk more about politics or about my kids UBMLNPSFBCPVUQPMJUJDTPSBCPVUNZLJET than about me. And I don't do many kid UIBOBCPVUNF"OE*EPOUEPNBOZLJE jokes either, because I can't out-do (Bill) KPLFTFJUIFS CFDBVTF*DBOUPVUEP #JMM  Cosby." $PTCZw Speaking of kids, if you have any and 4QFBLJOHPGLJET JGZPVIBWFBOZBOE you want to come to May's show, he says ZPVXBOUUPDPNFUP.BZTTIPX IFTBZT you'd better get a sitter. ZPVECFUUFSHFUBTJUUFS Staff Writer Ray Routhier can be contacted at 791AbOTTE`WbS`@Og@]cbVWS`QO\PSQ]\bOQbSROb%' 6454 or at: $"#"]`Ob( rrouthier@pressherald. com ``]cbVWS`.^`SaaVS`OZRQ][

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