Entertainment

  • Film Series Starts March 21

    BLUE HILL — Friends of Blue Hill Library will be kicking off their spring film series on Saturday, March 21. The series is titled “From Novel to Movie,” featuring films made from novels. Films will be shown on alternate Saturdays at 7 p.m. The series starts on March 21 with “The Grapes Of Wrath” (1940),

  • Play Reading Group To Meet March 18

    BLUE HILL — The public is invited to participate in the Blue Hill Public Library’s monthly play reading group on Wednesday, March 18, at 7 p.m. Members of the group will be continuing to read “Equus,” by Peter Shaffer (“Lettice and Lovage,” “Amadeus”), which they started last month. “Equus” is the story of a psychiatrist

  • The Dark Knight

    Though bursting with rootin-tootin chases and fireworks, Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” is an amoral bummer. If there is something funny or gee-whizzy about dozens of honest, working policemen getting murdered, or a courageous DA being barbecued, we must have missed the memo.

  • The Dark Knight

    Though bursting with rootin-tootin chases and fireworks, Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight” is an amoral bummer. If there is something funny or gee-whizzy about dozens of honest, working policemen getting murdered, or a courageous DA being barbecued, we must have missed the memo. That said, “The Dark Knight” is a remarkable movie. As was the

  • Curtain Call

    Director Jasmine Ireland and her Ellsworth High School student troupe are taking their production of American playwright Mary Zimmerman’s “Metamorphoses,” adapted from the classic Ovid poem, this weekend, March 6-7, to the 2008-2009 Eastern Regional of the Maine Drama Festival at Mount Desert Island High School.

  • Curtain Call

    Director Jasmine Ireland and her Ellsworth High School student troupe are taking their production of American playwright Mary Zimmerman’s “Metamorphoses,” adapted from the classic Ovid poem, this weekend, March 6-7, to the 2008-2009 Eastern Regional of the Maine Drama Festival at Mount Desert Island High School. “It is the most human story I could find,”