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Friday - November 30, 2012

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ROOSEVELT DIME

Roosevelt Dime is a five-piece, Brooklyn, N.Y.-based band that blends elements of acoustic jug-band blues, classic New Orleans soul and neo-folk to create an original sound.  The band's nontraditional lineup consists of banjo, electric and washtub basses, percussion, trumpet and woodwinds.

Roosevelt Dime and Sly-Chi are teaming up for a show at The Big Easy on Friday, November 30th at 10:00 PM.  It's a 21+ show.  Tickets are $8.

Roosevelt Dime will also be performing an all ages show at Unity College Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, December 1st at 8:00 PM.  Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 the day of the show.

For more information on Roosevelt Dime click here:  ROOSEVELT DIME

For more information on Eli Pariser's social media website click here:  UPWORTHY

 

THE TITANIC SAILS AGAIN AT ARROWS RESTAURANT

Arrows Restaurant in Ogunquit will mark the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic with a Titanic theamed dinner on Sunday, December 2nd.  The six-course meal will feature dishes off the menu from the Titanic.   Tickets are $68 per person.

For more information on the Titanic Dinner and Arrows Restaurant click here:  ARROWS RESTAURANT

 

SANTA SAL

Imagine what life is like when you wake up 365 days a year looking just like Santa Claus.  When Sal Lizard was in his twenties his beard and hair began turning completely white.  Since then, he has embraced playing Santa with an inspirational and contagious passion for the Christmas spirit.  Lizard has just published "Being Santa Clause: What I Learned About the True Meaning of Christmas."

For more information on Being Santa Claus click here:  BEING SANTA CLAUS

 

ARTIST DAHLOV IPCAR TO EXHIBIT AT MAINE JEWISH MUSEUM

Widely recognized for her intricate and fanciful paintings that conjure the essence of the animal world, Dahlov Ipcar still lives and paints in the Georgetown (Maine) home and studio she shared with her husband for nearly seventy years.
At 95, she continues to paint from her imagination in a signature style that creates a world of harmony and inter-connectedness, a joyful kaleidoscope of life.
The Maine Jewish Museum will hold a reception for Dahlov Ipcar on Saturday, December 1st from 5-7:30 PM.
Her recent paintings will be on exhibit at the Museum through January 5th.

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