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  • Fall National Pop Preview: The golden age

    The industry is dead, but the music lives on
    Okay, so the album is dead, the music industry is dead, rock is dead, and the Library of Alexandria you have stored on your C drive has killed 150 years of recorded music culture.
  • Fall Games Preview: Worlds in motion

    Fall video games bust a move
    This November marks the fifth anniversary of Microsoft's Xbox 360 console, and four years since the launch of Sony's PlayStation 3 and Nintendo's Wii. Yet there's no Xbox 720, PlayStation 4, or Super Wii anywhere in sight.
  • Fall Film Preview: Seasonal movie disorder

    Fear and loathing on the fall film trail
    Vacations end, the days shorten, the weather turns cold, the world darkens with intimations of decline and death — and yet people still love the fall. Cinephiles do, at any rate.
  • Fall Music Preview: The road ahead

    Seekonk, Molenes, Spooner, Schrock & the Rocket lead fall line-up
    As the local music scene continues to grow, it shouldn’t be surprising that this past summer was the most active we’ve ever seen in terms of album releases.
  • Fall Arts Preview: Not quite Oklahoma!

    August: Osage County + steampunk robots
    Perhaps the most anticipated Maine premiere this season is the darkly caustic family apocalypse of August: Osage County (October 14-November 7), the much-lauded 2007 tragicomedy by Tracey Letts, to be produced by the GOOD THEATER .
  • Fall Books Preview: Reading list

    Smartening up the seasonal transition
    Even if you’re not back in the classroom, autumn inspires a desire to learn, to restore the intellectualism that was fried by too many beers and barbecues and sunburns. Fortunately, Portland is full this fall with opportunities to spark your smarts.

[ 04/17 ]   "50,000 Books But Only Six Stories: A Microanalysis of Plot"  @ University of Southern Maine - Portland
[ 04/17 ]   Alejandro Escovedo & the Sensitive Boys  @ Tupelo Music Hall
[ 04/17 ]   Michael Troy & Craig Tramack  @ Dolphin Striker
[ 04/17 ]   "Space & Waves & Tendencies," works by Heather Lyon  @ Unity College
[ 04/17 ]   Portland Jazz Orchestra  @ One Longfellow Square
[ 04/17 ]   Heather Pierson  @ Andy's Old Port Pub
[ 04/17 ]   Architalx lecture by Jenny E. Sabin  @ Portland Museum of Art
[ 04/17 ]   Spring Dance Performance  @ Bowdoin College
[ 04/17 ]   Elizabeth Strout  @ Bowdoin College
[ 04/17 ]   Shakespeare's Will  @ Pontine Theatre
[ 04/17 ]   Lynguistic Civilians + Educate the Anecdote  @ Thirsty Moose Taphouse
[ 04/17 ]   Mike Stockbridge  @ Rudi's
[ 04/17 ]   Brandon Lapere  @ Martingale Wharf
[ 04/17 ]   Dan Walker  @ Lilac City Grille
[ 04/17 ]   Red Sky Mary  @ Gary's Restaurant & Sports Lounge
[ 04/17 ]   Jim Dozet  @ Cara Irish Pub & Restaurant
[ 04/17 ]   Jackson Wetherbee  @ British Beer Company

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