NEW YORK — “The Lion King” on Broadway is offering fans a view of the musical that even the very best seat in the theater can’t rival.
The Disney stage blockbuster on Wednesday released 360-degree footage of its opening song “Circle of Life” that lets users look left, right, up, backstage and at the audience, even when sitting on a couch.
One Direction may have debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard charts behind Justin Bieber, but they won the top award — artist of the year — at Sunday’s American Music Awards.
“This is a testament to how incredible our fans are,” Louis Tomlinson said onstage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
BANGOR – The City of Bangor and Spectra Venue Management, managers of the Cross Insurance Center, are proud to announce that The Professional Bull Riders will bring their BlueDEF Tour to Bangor’s Cross Insurance Center for the first time ever on Friday, March 11, 2016 at 8 p.m. and Saturday, March 12, 2016 at 7 p.m.
For two nights, the best up and coming bull riders in the world will be battling the fiercest bovine athletes the sport has to offer, who weigh nearly 2,000 pounds each, more than 10 times their cowboy counterparts. The thrilling eight-second rides and heart-stopping wrecks are sure to leave fans on the edge of their seats in anticipation and excitement.
This week’s view is sometimes, but not always, seen from Castine. Occasionally it’s gone with some of the local student population with it. The name is pretty easy, considering where we live. (Photo by Katy England)
Last week’s skewed view was from the curved frontage of one of Bangor’s new eateries, Evenroon’s. Inside the restaurant is the bank vault, now part of the décor. (Photo by Katy England)
Not quite as boring as the name implies
I wanted to like Netflix’s new original series “Jessica Jones” – and I think I did, but it took a little time. Forty minutes, to be precise. Once I got past that mark in the pilot episode, things really started to get interesting.
Coming to Bangor in June
BANGOR – Waterfront Concerts is pleased to announce that the multiple Grammy Award–winning and multi-platinum selling innovators, renegades, villains, mothers, influencers and music superstars Dixie Chicks will be bringing their DCX MMXVI World Tour to the Darling's Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor on Thursday, June 16 as part of the Machias Savings Bank Concert Series. Tickets are on sale; please visit waterfrontconcerts.com for more information.
Holiday comedy balances humor, sentiment
Let’s just get this out of the way right off the top: I love holiday movies. “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “A Christmas Story,” “Scrooged,” “Home Alone,” “Die Hard,” you name it – they’re all a vital part of my personal Yuletide experience.
Final installment gives franchise an apt send-off
And we’ve reached the end – “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2” is here. The fourth film has arrived to bring the wildly successful series to a satisfying close.
DOVER-FOXCROFT - The Center Theatre Board of Directors announced recently that they are hiring Patrick Myers as the Theatre's executive director. No stranger to the Theatre or the position, Myers was the Theatre's founding executive director until he resigned from the position in late 2010. While he is returning to the position, both the role of the executive director and the Theatre itself have changed in the past five years.
"The division of responsibilities and staff positions have changed considerably," said Pam Tower, the chair of the Center Theatre's Board of Directors. "We're thrilled that Patrick will again be guiding the organization that he worked so hard to begin." For his part, Myers agrees that the job is different now: "Back then we were trying to figure out what the Theatre was, how it worked, and the best way to manage it to be sustainable in the long-term. The organization has learned quite a bit about what works and what doesn't. Most of the guesswork is over and we have a fairly clear path to follow to success."
Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office announce the arrest of a Blue Hill manby PR
Bucksport, Maine-November 21, 2015- As part of a continued joint enforcement effort aimed at stemming the flow of heroin into Hancock County, the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency and the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office announce the arrest of a Blue Hill man charged early this morning as he attempted to smuggle a significant amount of heroin into Hancock County from out of state.
On information generated by Hancock County Deputies, investigators assigned to MDEA’s Downeast Task Force in Ellsworth opened a heroin trafficking investigation on Justin Horton, 29 YOA of Blue Hill. This investigation consisted of the undercover purchase of the drug from Horton, as well as extensive surveillance.
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