The Stunt Dog Experience Takes Tour to Ellsworth

ELLSWORTH - If you have a dog, most chances are you've tried to teach it some tricks. At The Grand in Ellsworth tonight, over a dozen of trained rescued dogs took part in the Stunt Dog Experience tour.

North Pond Hermit's Home Dismantled, Neighbors Frustrated

ROME - In the past few days people have caught the first glimpse of Christopher Knight, the North Pond Hermit, in nearly 30 years.  Today we took to the Maine woods to learn more about where he lived.  Our Erin Thomas reports.

Fatal crash

Speed and alcohol are believed to be factors in a crash that killed a man in Woolwich. The Sagadahoc County Sheriff's department reports that 59 year old Duane York lost control yesterday on the Gray corner road. His Nissan sedan then went off the road and hit a pine tree. The circumstances are still under investigation.

Bangor Symphony Orchestra

Dvorak Soloists

Natalee McReynolds (soprano), Bracha Kol (mezzo soprano), Dustin Peterson (tenor), and Benjamin LeClair (bass)

Acclaimed Guest Soloists, UMaine Singers and Oratorio Society Join BSO for Dvořák's Stabat Mater

Sunday, April 14, 2013 | 3 PM | Collins Center for the Arts

Order Tickets Online or Call (800) 622-8499 or (207) 581-1755

The Bangor Symphony Orchestra concludes its 117th season on Sunday, Apr. 14, at 3 pm, with Dvořák’s Stabat Mater in collaboration with the full forces of the University of Maine Singers and Oratorio Society. Conducted by Maestro Lucas Richman, the performance will feature four outstanding guest soloists: soprano Natalee McReynolds, mezzo-soprano Bracha Kol in her U.S. debut, tenor Dustin Peterson, and bass Benjamin LeClair.

The pre-concert lecture will begin at 2 pm.The Stabat Mater—a meditation on the sorrows of the Virgin Mary—has been set to music by composers for centuries. Dvořák’s version is considered the most ambitious and the most personal, having been composed in the wake of the loss of his own three children. The 10 movement work is a tour de force for the four soloists, chorus, and orchestra, offering moments of spectacular power and quiet beauty.Tickets start at just $16 and are available for purchase online, in person at the Collins Center for the Arts, and by phone at (800) 622-TIXX(8499) or (207) 581-1755.

Cool sounds concert series

8th Annual Free Cool Sounds Summer Concert Series Lineup Just Announced!

Bangor, Maine – The Downtown Bangor Partnership is pleased to announce the lineup for the 2013 Cool Sounds Summer Concert Series. On Thursday evenings from June 6th to August 1st, people can come to Pickering Square in Downtown Bangor to hear some great music, for free.   The Cool Sounds Summer Concert Series is presented by Bangor Hydro Electric Company. The Bangor Daily News is our media sponsor for this event.

“We are very excited about this year’s lineup. Along with bringing back some of the most popular bands, we’ve brought in a few musical acts that are sure to become fan favorites. Get there early; a lot of these weeks are going to fill up fast” says Jason Bird, Downtown Coordinator.

The concerts start at 6pm and are run in conjunction with the Fresh Air Market on Broad Street that runs from 5:00PM-8:00PM. Up to 50 vendors are expected weekly.

Market items sold are handmade, prepared or raised by the vendor; emphasis is placed on Maine-made, specialty food items and produce. Available items include artwork, baked goods, produce, specialty foods, handbags, jewelry, photography and much more. Food vendors are also on site.

2013 Cool Sounds Summer Concert Series Lineup:

June 6th Brian Catell & The Jump City Jazz Band

June 13th Juke Rockets

June 20th Travis Cyr

June 27th Rog and Ray

July 4th Bangor Band

July 11th Dark Hollow Bottling Company

July 18th The Mallett Brothers Band

July 25th Retrorockerz

August 1st Flash! in the Pans Steel Drum Band

Bill Goes Before Legislature Related to Childhood Leukemia

CHELSEA - A bill will go before the legislature tomorrow that would require a 300-foot setback for all new high voltage lines and electrical installations from homes, schools, daycare centers, playgrounds and so on because of multiple research studies conducted that showed an increased risk of childhood leukemia.

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