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    Friday, October 17, 2008

    5 things to do this weekend, 10.17.08

    1. Ten Bucks Theatre opens its new production, an Evening of One Acts, this weekend, with shows at 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at Next Generation Theater on Center Street in Brewer. The plays set to be performed include Dorothy Parker's "Here We Are," "The Attempted Murder of Ms. Peggy Sweetwater" by John Ruston and Frank Semarano, and David Mamet's "Duck Variations." Admission, of course, is ten bucks.
    2. Jeezum crowe, buddy. She come right round sideways, she does! Hey, I hear that Bob Marley is gonna be at the Bangor Auditorium on Saturday. He's wicked funny, bub. When he does that thing about takin' the skiddoo upta camp and puttin' the hammah down? Hoo buddy, now that is a knee slappah! OK. I can't keep that up too much longer. Bob Marley's at the Auditorium. 7:30 Saturday night. 25 bucks.
    3. The Ann Arbor Film Festival comes to College of the Atlantic on Saturday at 8 p.m., featuring a wealth of new and interesting 16mm experimental and independent films from all over North America. Admission is $6, for more info, visit
    4. 2007's Best House DJ in Portland, DJ MAtty T, will spin at the Red Martini in Bangor Saturday night. Swanky sounds, swanky drinks, swanky dress. Don't miss it.
    5. And, rounding out your weekend festivities, get your Halloween on a little early with the Grand Players production of "Dracula," set for 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday at the Grand Theater in Ellsworth. It's a super creepy, super action-packed telling of the classic tale, and it's some perfect late fall fun. Admission is $10; for more info, visit

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