Arts & Culture

New Fall-Winter Schedule & Updates from Sun Salutations Yoga & Wellness Center

Vinyasa Flow, 9:00am-10:00am, 11/29-1/3 (5 wks - no class 12/27)
Level I Yoga, 4:30pm-6:00pm, 11/15-1/3 (6 wks - no class 11/22 or 12/27)
Level II Yoga, 6:30pm-8:00pm, 11/15-1/3 (6 wks - no class 11/22 or 12/27)
Vinyasa Flow, 5:00pm-6:00pm, 11/16-1/4 (6 wks - no class 11/23 or 12/28)
Level I Yoga, 6:30pm-8:00pm, 11/16-1/4 (6 wks - no class 11/23 or 12/28)
Yoga for Seniors, 9:00am-10:30am, 11/17-1/5 (6 wks - no class 11/24 or 12/29)
Level I Yoga, 6:00pm-7:30pm, 11/10-12/22 (6 wks - no class 11/24)
Level II Yoga, 9:00am-10:30am, 11/4-12/23 (6 wks - no class 11/11 or 11/25)
Level II Yoga, 6:00pm-7:30pm, 11/18-1/6 (6 wks - no class 11/25 or 12/30)

Level III Yoga, 8:00am-9:30am, 11/12-12/17 (5 wks - no class 11/26)

Coming up this week

Tuesday, October 26, 8:30pm
Sylvain's Cajun Aces
Bayside Bowl
58 Alder Street, Portland, ME

Thursday, October 28, 7pm
Boréal Tordu
live on 207
WCSH-TV Portland, WLBZ-TV Bangor

Gigafone Records

Treat #5 - How To Win The Costume Contest

This is an entry in our HALLoween Blog series. Each week leading up to Halloween 2010 we will treat you with internet marketing topics that have a fun and spooky flare.

The kids with the best costumes get the most and best candy, you all knew that, right?
The Joker
image credit: Mayselgrove

I’ve had some pretty conventional costumes for halloween growing up. The obligatory pumpkin as a baby, the typical vampire as an 8 year old, Ghostbusters at SOME point in the '90s…I can’t remember. Usually, I would wait a day before Halloween and then figure out what I would want to have for a costume. Clearly, wasn’t very prepared and didn’t have much of a strategy. This is probably why I didn’t win any contests at parties.

Having a conventional website is a lot like having a bad costume.

Japanese Performing Arts with Taiko Maine Drummers and Katy Rydell

October 30, 2010
7:30 pm
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
at Lucid Stage
29 Baxter Blvd, Portland, Me. 04101
For tix, call 899-3993 or

Taiko drums.  They've been called Rolling Thunder and the Heartbeat of Japan.  They're big.  They're loud.  When Taiko Maine Drummers pick up their bachi and begin to play, the room fills with intense energy, complex rhythms, and visually dramatic dance-like movement.