The Cabot reopens Memorial Day weekend with screenings of Jaws

Photo by Cheryl Landes Enjoy two classics this weekend: a suspenseful movie at a beautiful renovated theater in Beverly, Massachusetts. The Cabot Performing Arts Center is reopening after an extended closure due to COVID-19. Four screenings of Jaws are scheduled on Saturday, May 29, at 4 and 8 p.m., and Sunday, May 30, at 2 … Continue reading The Cabot reopens Memorial Day weekend with screenings of Jaws

Drive-in films return to the Zidell Yards this spring and summer, along with live music

Image by Markus Distelrath from Pixabay The 2021 drive-in film series starts at The Lot at Zidell Yards in Portland on Friday, May 28. The season kicks off with E.T.: The Terrestrial. Live concerts and films will be interspersed throughout the summer, until Tuesday, August 3. Tickets are sold online only. See the full schedule … Continue reading Drive-in films return to the Zidell Yards this spring and summer, along with live music

2021 Maine International Film Festival a hybrid celebration July 9-18

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay This year's Maine International Film Festival will be a mix of in-person, drive-in, and online events from Friday, July 9, through Sunday, July 18. Festival passes and packages are now on sale. The passes range from $95 to $150, with the higher-priced pass allowing access to all in-person, drive-in, … Continue reading 2021 Maine International Film Festival a hybrid celebration July 9-18

History on Tap returns to a device near you

Join Clark County Historical Museum and Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver, Washington, in a toast to its third season of History on Tap. The series explores the history of the Pacific Northwest--how the past influences the present and future. The goal is to show that history is a dynamic story where everyone participates. This season, all … Continue reading History on Tap returns to a device near you

Drive-in opera comes to San Francisco’s Bay Area in April and May

A scene from The Barber of Seville (photo by WikimediaImages from Pixabay) Live opera is coming to the Marin Center drive-in in San Francisco's Bay Area this spring. Two performances by the San Francisco Opera have been adapted to the drive-in stage: The Barber of Seville, Friday, April 23-Saturday, May 15The Adlers: Live at the … Continue reading Drive-in opera comes to San Francisco’s Bay Area in April and May

Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds until November 1

Looking for a frightening distanced experience for Halloween? Watch a scary movie with monsters lurking outside your window at the Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $59 per car. They're selling fast, so don't delay if you want to go. Check the schedule and buy tickets at the Cinema of … Continue reading Cinema of Horrors Drive-In at the Clark County Fairgrounds until November 1

Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts Friday Night Flicks: A Drive-In Movie Experience through early October

Usually in the summertime, Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts a series of outdoor movies in local parks on the east and west sides of town. People pack picnic baskets and coolers and spread blankets on the grass to watch the movies on a big screen. COVID has changed that this year. Instead, the parks and … Continue reading Vancouver Parks and Recreation hosts Friday Night Flicks: A Drive-In Movie Experience through early October

A few tickets left for the Drive-in Movie Spectacular at the Portland Expo Center

Every summer in August and early September, the parking lot at the Portland Expo Center turns into a drive-in theater. The tickets sell out quick, but there are still a few available for tonight's and tomorrow's movies: Friday, August 21—Girl Fight Saturday, August 22—Destroy All Monsters All shows start at 8:30 p.m. Tickets cost $35 … Continue reading A few tickets left for the Drive-in Movie Spectacular at the Portland Expo Center