April 17

Free concerts give Record Store Day a lively spin Several photos included in this story Video clip included

Maine’s Bull Moose is a cornerstone of the celebration of independent music stores.

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R.E.M. release and Mike Mills visit add excitement to Record Store Day

Draft Day trailer

Oculus trailer

Rio 2 trailer

The Face of Love trailer

Making Noise: Let Mary Fahl’s songs move you,
or go for Hall and Oates tunes

The singer-songwriter will be at One Longfellow Square, and the duo tribute will gather local musicians at Asylum.

CD Review: Joe Gallant and the Transit put twangy and sultry together well

The band lifts the singer-songwriter on the upcoming ‘The Rise and the Fall.’
Bull Moose Top 10

Indie Film: Hopeful signs from the Maine Deaf Film Festival

Several photos included in this story It opens its 12th run Wednesday amid a period of positive change for movie-loving deaf audiences.

At the Movies

Opening: ‘Bears’ / ‘Transcendence’ / ‘Heaven Is for Real’ / ‘A Haunted House 2’ / ‘Under the Skin’

PMA Movies

“THE PAST,” directed by Asghar Farhadi.

DVD releases

New on the shelf: ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’/ ‘The Nut Job’ / ‘Ride Along’

‘In the Underworld’ at USM uses humor to tell a dark story

Several photos included in this story The operetta, having its English premiere here, illuminates women’s lives in a German concentration camp.
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Eat & Run: Wild Oats in Brunswick builds devoted following

Several photos included in this story Regulars come for the dozen or so soups, chilis du jour, salads, bread and desserts.

What Ales You: Austin Street begins by pouring itself into Patina Pale Ale

The new brewery will soon be selling its beer in three Portland eateries and one in Biddeford.

Bar Guide: Savvy brothers make The North Point a hot Portland destination

From drink specials to late-night kitchen hours, Dan and Noah Talmatch know how to attract a crowd.

22 grown-up things to learn this spring: clamming, burlesque, archery

Whatever your dream, there are a lot of cheap classes and workshops in Maine this spring. Here are our top picks

Hot Tickets and Cheap Thrills

Taking Back Sunday rocks / ‘Flat Stanley’ does ballet / Top food editor teaches a class / Stars on Ice come to Portland

MoviesMore >>

April 16

Film review: ‘Transcendence’ can’t transcend sci-fi cliches

It’s plagued by indifferent performances, heartless romance and dull action.

DVD releases April 10

New on the shelf: ‘August: Osage County’ / ‘...

Cinemagic to charge same price for 2D, 3D viewing April 10

'Sanitized 3D glasses' will be available for ...
At the Movies

MusicMore >>

April 16

Got Tix Several photos included in this story

Upcoming concerts and shows

Music and Nightlife Listings April 16

Several photos included in this story Concerts, clubs and comedy...

Music and Nightlife Listings April 10

Concerts, comedy and nightclubs...

Art and TheaterMore >>

April 16

Art and Theater Listings

Museums, galleries, classical music and what’s on stage

Art and Theater Listings April 10

Several photos included in this story Museums, galleries, classical music and thea...

‘The Elephant Piece’ tells vital story musically April 10

Snowlion Repertory Company on Friday opens t...
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Dining and DrinkMore >>

April 10

Eat & Run: Chaba Thai Cuisine in Scarborough keeps it interesting Several photos included in this story

The Route 1 eatery offers diverse lunch specials, an extensive menu and sushi options.

Bar Guide: At Enio’s excellent bistro, it’s easy to pretend you’re in Italy April 3

The South Portland eatery’s wine list and fo...

What Ales You: Ebenezer’s in Brunswick brewing up fresh beers April 10

The new operation in the former Lion’s Pride...

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April 16

Et Cetera Listings

Blue Wrap Project Runway / Maine Outdoor Film Festival / Easter egg hunts along with books and authors, dances, children’s events, films and more.


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