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Check it out Wild weekend at Winnekenni Castle
Winnekenni Castle hosts two great events this weekend. Wild Animal Kingdom Day on Sunday at 1 p.m. allows visitors to get acquainted with reptiles and furry friends, followed by live owl presentation. Admission is free for children and $5 for adults. At 2 p.m. Monday, the venue hosts a free blues concert featuring Matt Stubbs. Refreshments will be available at both events. Winnekenni is at 347 Kenoza Ave., Haverhill.
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Wynonna Judd comes to The Music Hall for up-close-and-personal show
By Alexandra Pecci
think she’s really a mega star. And to have her in this beautiful, restored historic theater in Country legend Wynonna this really cool town with 200 Judd comes to Portsmouth restaurants, it just embodies this weekend for the latest in what The Music Hall is all The Music Hall’s “Intimately about: bringing you the very Yours” concert series. best in one of the coolest little “Wynonna is an iconic coun- spots on earth.” try figure,” says Executive The Music Hall show catches Director Patricia Lynch. “I Judd on the tail-end of a solo Correspondent
It’s easy to fall in love with ‘Going the Distance’ By Greg Vellante Correspondent
The romantic comedy is quite possibly my favorite genre of film, yet equally the genre that frustrates me most with what it typically has to offer. For the most part, romantic comedies have been dumbed d ow n t o Movie review PG-13 fluff ‘Going the pieces: distance’ pop-songsturned1/2 movies out of four stars that dish up love as nothing more than a happy ending with a few cliché complications along the way. Love is not what most romantic comedies depict, which is why the R-rated “Going the Distance” comes as such an inspired breath of fresh air. Love is hard, brutal at times. Timing and circumstance are two of the strongest contributing factors as to whether a relationship will prove successful. “Going the Distance” is written with a focus on just this type of a relationship; in this case, a long-distance romance between aspiring journalism student Erin (Drew Barrymore) and music producer Garrett (Justin Long). The movie doesn’t beat around the bush in asserting the difficulty of such a bond. It highlights a balance between budding love and crippling circumstance with such honesty that we can root for Garrett and Erin, and sympathize, too. These are characters so lovable and veraciously designed that their love seems real; Barrymore and Long are flawless lovers in a romance filled with flaws. The film is driven by laughter and love, more often than not combined. When Erin and Garrett first meet and bond through a night of beer, bar trivia, and discussing the genius of Tom Cruise’s “Top Gun,” their chemistry glows. For a minute, I almost forgot I was witnessing a performance. Erin is only in New York City for six more weeks after initially meeting Garrett, having to return to California to complete grad school. The weeks pass and as their relationship blossoms into love, they both decide upon their good-byes that the distance between them shouldn’t prevent them from being together. Cue the complications: They rarely see each other, airfare is expensive, and the time difference and conflicting work schedules limit contact to a minimum. Erin’s sister (a lovely Christina Applegate) worries about her, while Garrett’s friends Dan (Charlie Day of “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”) and Box (Jason Sudeikis) realize their
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tour, which will wrap up in time for her to head out on tour with her mother, Naomi. Judd has come a long way from her modest Kentucky upbringing. In the 25 years since shooting to stardom as half of the mother-daughter country duo The Judds, the singer-songwriter has won five Grammy awards, penned a
best-selling book, and released seven solo albums. Fo r h e r n ew c o mp i l a tion CD, “Love Heals,” she’s teamed with Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in support of Wounded Warrior Project, which helps wounded service men and women and their
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What: “Intimately Yours: An Evening with Wynonna” Where: The Music Hall, 28 Chestnut St., Portsmouth When: Sunday, Sept. 5, at 8 p.m. How: Tickets are $65 and $85. Call 603-436-2400 or visit www.themusichall.org
Labor of Fun
Party with the Italians at Feast of Three Saints and the Lebanese at Mahrajan this holiday weekend By Rosemary Ford [email protected]
Saints, dabke dancers, crispellis and kibbee: There’s a lot to like about Lawrence this weekend. The Immigrant City again hosts its Labor Day weekend ethnic festivals: the 87th Feast of Three Saints at Holy Rosary Church at Corpus Christi Parish and the 38th Mahrajan over at St. Anthony Maronite Catholic Church. The Feast started in the 1920s, when Sicilian immigrants began to recreate the celebrations they grew up with in the old country. The three saints in question are brothers Alfio, Cirino and Filadelfo, who died rather than renounce their faith more than 1,700 years ago. Today the event combines religious and cultural activities in a big party atmosphere, featuring food, rides , music and more. Organizers from the St. Alfio, Filadelfo and Cirino Society
Feast of the Three Saints: Saint Alfio Society members bring St. Filadelfo, St. Alfio, and St. Cirino out of Holy Rosary Church in Lawrence Please see saints, Page 14 for the procession on the final day of last year’s event.
about the festivals Here’s what you need to know about each of the events:
Feast of the Three Saints
When and where: Friday night, all day Saturday and Sunday. Events take place on Common Street, primarily between Jackson and Union streets. What it’s about: The feast celebrates the martyrdom of brothers, who faced torture and death in third-century Sicily, rather than deny their faith. Don’t miss: “American Idol” contestant Ayla Brown in concert Friday night; the Torchlight Parade on Saturday, when the formerly mildmannered march to the intersection of Newbury and Common streets, shouting “con vera fede” (with the true faith) and “viva St. Alfio” (long live St. Alfio); and standing with crowds when statues of the saints are marched into the streets by about two dozen men for a parade at 3 p.m. Sunday featuring cheers and showers of money and confetti. What’s worth the 5 extra pounds: Heck, at this festival, plan to gain 10. There will be crispellis, a cross between a doughnut and fried dough, made plain or filled with ricotta and anchovies (those with a sweet tooth can add powdered sugar); breaded and deep-fried rice balls covered in sauce; authentic Italian sausage smothered in peppers and onions on (what else) Italian bread; roasted chestnuts; Italian ices; and delectable cannolis, biscotti and other treats from the local Italian bakeries.
St. Anthony’s annual Mahrajan: Joelle Bechara, 16, of Methuen The Bread and Roses Festival: It will be held Monday, Sept. 6, dances with her father, Maroun Bechara, as the two enjoy themselves at Mahrajan last year.
Labor Day, from noon to 5:30 p.m. on Campagnone Common Park, 200 Common St., Lawrence.
38th annual Mahrajan
Bread and Roses Festival commemorates historic strike
Sunday, Sept. 5, from noon to 11 p.m. Saturday. Where: St. Anthony’s Maronite Catholic Church, 70 Lawrence St., Lawrence. How: Admission is free. What it’s about: An all-out celebration of everything Lebanese, including food, music and dancing. Don’t miss: Dabke dancers performing a traditional Lebanese folk dance, as well as George Maloof and his band, with their selection of Lebanese and American standards. What’s worth the 5 pounds: At this festival, what’s not? Fill up on grape leaves, kibbee, falafel, tabouli and an array of other Lebanese delicacies executed to perfection by churchgoers.
This year on Labor Day, while the citizens of Lawrence and the surrounding area will not In 1912, the mill workers of be standing in picket lines, they Lawrence went on strike to fight will be celebrating and comfor better pay after their hours memorating the strike with the and wages were cut by their 26th annual Bread and Roses employers. Festival. The event is from noon
What: 38th annual Mahranjan. When: Sept. 4, from 5 to 11 p.m.;
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to 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 6, at the Campagnone Common Park in Lawrence. “It’s about honoring past struggles and the historical struggle of the labor movement,” said Jim
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bread: Commemorates strike in 1912 Continued from Page 13 Beauchesne, former chairman and current committee member of the festival. “It also serves to educate people about related contemporary issues.” The free festival will include a variety of music, ethnic food, historical information and free trolley and walking tours around the city to highlight the historical sites. Featured performers will include Bread and Puppet, a politically radical puppet theater company, Grupo Fantasia, and Bylli Crayone, a native of Lawrence, featuring Samantha Fox and debuting their new hit song, “London to Lawtown.” “We have a food court of
vendors who have Caribbean and Middle Eastern food and BBQ,” Beauchesne said. “It’s festive and happy. Everyone is out for a good time. It’s a very family friendly atmosphere. Families can bring a blanket or chair for a lot of the performances.” Beauchesne said the festival marks a landmark event in American labor history. “It included women mill workers, and strikers brought attention to issues like child labor,” he said. “It is known for the use of song by the strikers as a means to bolster their spirits. And it is for that reason we commemorate with musical and dance performances on three stages through the afternoon.”
families. Judd combines captivating, superstar talent with down-toearth performances, which is fitting for a show at the gorgeous, yet intimate, Music Hall. “I’m thinking that Wynonna is really going to connect with the audiences. She’s a real people person. She changes her show; she doesn’t just play a set list of songs,” Lynch promises. “She’s spontaneous, very much into audience interaction, so I think this is going to be a perfect place to see her because
the Music Hall is so intimate and the connection that the performers feel with the audience is palpable.” Lynch says “Intimately Yours” is getting really popular with artists who normally play larger venues, because of The Music Hall’s beauty, history, acoustics, and location. Later this fall, the series will feature The Indigo Girls, Art Garfunkel, Chris Isaak, and other artists. “This series is what it’s titled: ‘Intimately Yours,’” says Lynch. “It’s a real opportunity to see performers that you might normally
According to Beauchense the festival also represents Lawrence’s diversity, then and now. “We have something called L aw r e n c e H i s t o r y L ive , ” Beauchesne said. “It is a forum for labor history and contemporary labor issues, as well.” Though this year’s festival hasn’t yet happened, Beauchesne already is thinking about a future festival and how to make it bigger. “We are two years away from the 100th anniversary of the Bread and Roses Strike,” Beauchesne said. “We, along with other organizations, are well into the process of planning a major celebration for a scaled up 2012 festival.”
Continued from Page 13 decided to scale back on the big Friday night concert this year, to offer more entertainment in the main parts of the feast over the weekend. They moved the Friday night event featuring “American Idol” contestant Ayla Brown from Campagnone Common to the bandstand. “We hope people enjoy it,” said Society spokesman Tony Palmisano. The Mahrajan started as a St. Anthony’s church picnic
and evolved into a celebration of Lebanese culture, food and music. Church youth will perform the traditional dabke, a Lebanese folk dance. And George Maalouf returns with his band to perform American and Lebanese standards. “To me it’s like a father, bringing his scattered children together for a meal,” said Monsignor Peter F. Azar, pastor of St. Anthony, noting that the word Mahrajan means to rally together for fun.
What: Bread and Roses Festival. When: Monday, Sept. 6, noon to 5:30 p.m. Where: Campagnone Common Park, 200 Common St., Lawrence. How: Free. Bring chairs and/or blankets for performances on the common. Bread & Puppet Theater Drum circle with Akwaaba, noon to 12:15 p.m. The Decapitalization Circus & Nothing is Not Ready Pageant, 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. Bernstein / Main Stage Sweet Willie D. (Gospel),
12:15 to 1 p.m. Itchy Feet (Big band jazz), 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. Bread & Roses Award Presented to Ralph Fasanella, 2:15 to 2:25 p.m. Local Music Spotlight (Bylli Crayone, Show Divine, Boys R Us, & Dramatik), 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Grupo Fantasia with the Mirabal Carnival Dancers, 3:45 to 4:45 p.m. Carmela Teoli / History & Labor Stage Febo and Masada (Spoken word), 12:15 to 12:30 p.m. History Live (Section 1), 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
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way a person can be truly content is to marry his or her best buddy is growing up beyond friend, my heart was warmed. their level of maturity. These two That one line of dialogue may lend hilarity to the film. Their be the purest, most perfect witty back-and-forth banter is combination of words I have written with the perfect amount heard in a long time at the of raunchiness, while simultane- movies. ously offering some of the film’s “Going the Distance” matches greatest insights on love, life, and happiness. “Going the Distance” is the quintessential love story. It’s honest. It is not cookie-cutter perfect. And it moves the audience with its characters and the feelings they evoke. I adored this movie. When Erin mentions that the only
FEAST OF THREE SAINTS SCHEDULE Tomorrow 6:30 p.m.: Kick-off procession. 8:30 p.m.: Tripoli stage (Common Street) features DJ Joey MacQuarrie. 9 p.m.: Main bandstand (at Common and Union streets) concert featuring “American Idol” contestant Ayla Brown. 11 p.m.: Feast closes. Saturday Noon: Feast opens. 4:45 p.m.: Dangerous Goods performs on main bandstand. 6 p.m.: Accordion player Busty Faro takes requests. 7:30 p.m.: Torchlight parade honoring three saints, corner of Common and Newbury streets. 8:30 p.m.: U.S. Navy Band in concert on main bandstand. 8:30 p.m.: Jimmy Geaney sings Italian favorites on the Tripoli stage. Midnight: Feast closes. Sunday 10 a.m.: Mass for the three saints. Noon: Feast opens. 3 p.m.: Procession of the three saints statues from Holy Rosary Church. 3:40 p.m.: Joe Scuderi and Russ McQueen at the Italian tent. 4 p.m.: Bobby Vincent sings Italian classics at Tripoli stage. 4:40 p.m.: In front of Society building on Common Street, Stephen Savio sings Sinatra and Martin favorites. 7 p.m.: Moment of Glory, benediction
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see in venues twice this size up close and personal in a superior acoustic setting.” Lynch thinks Wynonna will have as much fun at The Music Hall as the audience will watching her. “I’m expecting that she’s going to fall in love with The Music Hall the way almost everyone does,” she says. “In fact, when Jonny Lang was just here a couple weeks ago, he said, ‘Who can point me to a real estate agent? I’m in love with this theater; I’m in love with this town.’”
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