Comedy: Just Some Tortoises Trying To Mate

05/17/14 - Ha.

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Film: "Medlife Brigade - Ecuador" Now Available To Stream On YouTube

05/15/14 - Medlife Brigade: Ecuador is a documentary by Maine filmmaker, Chas Bruns, that follows a group of students on their 2011 medical brigade with the NGO Medlife. They travel to Tena, Ecuador and surrounding areas to give medical aid and assistance to the poor. More information is available at medlifeweb.org

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kahbang arts


May 12, 2014. Bangor, Me: KAHBANG Film has announced the introduction of KAHBANG Film Interactive, an audience participation based screening modeled after the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” interactive showings. The inaugural event will screen the movie “Wet Hot American Summer” and takes place Saturday August 9th at the Brick Church in Bangor from 11 pm to 1 am as part of the KAHBANG Film Fest. Any KAHBANG Festival Platinum, Gold, or Film Pass holders will be honored at the door. Film Passes for the entire Film Festival may be purchased at www.kahbang.com/tickets or individual tickets will be on sale at the event for $5.00.

“We picked “Wet Hot American Summer” because it’s a cult classic movie set in Maine, that people love and we can have a lot of fun with it. Since CNN Travel called us one of the weirdest film festivals in the country, we really decided to embrace that title and offer a unique viewing experience for the audience as part of the Film Festival; and that is how KAHBANG Film Interactive started. To participate, people are encouraged to dress up for the costume contest as their favorite camper or counselor from the movie to win a prize. We also will provide the audience with different props to use during the film and have leaders in the audience that will let the crowd know when to use the props. Shouting at the screen during the movie is also highly encouraged. It’s going to be a great time.”

-Meg Shorette, KAHBANG Film Executive Director

KAHBANG Film Interactive: “Wet Hot American Summer” encourages people to dress up as their favorite camper or camp counselor from the movie and participate in a costume contest before the screening. There will be various prizes given out to participants including cash and cans of mixed vegetables. Event organizers will provide props to the audience to enhance viewer experience and lead the crowd in using the props. Concessions will be available during the screening for purchase. Open to all ages, this screening will be part of the 2014 KAHBANG Film Festival, which includes other mainstream and indie film screenings, during the August 7-10th event.

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.kahbangfilmfest.org or contact KAHBANG Film Fest Executive Director, Meg Shorette at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Photo: Naked Girls In Abandoned Buildings?

BARE USA Indiegogo from Brian Cattelle on Vimeo.

05/13/14 - Our friend Brian Cattelle has launched an awesome Indigogo idea mixing nude photography and abandoned buildings. We think it's pretty awesome. If you think so too, throw him $5 or $10 and help his dream become a reality.

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Comedy: Sir Ian McKellen On How To Be A Good Actor.

Ian McKellen on Extras by Victor_Bugle

02/07/13 - Ha.

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Gadgets: WiiTorch - First Person Gaming Projector
wii torch

05/07/14 - No idea what this is, but if you're into gaming check it out here

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kahbang art gallery

05/07/14 - Saturday May 10th, 7 – 9 pm at 89 Central Street, Bangor.

May 7, 2014 – Bangor, ME: KAHBANG Arts, the non-profit organization that helps to produce the annual KAHBANG music | art | film Festival, has announced the construction of a new art gallery space on 89 Central Street in downtown Bangor. The KAHBANG Arts Central Gallery officially opens on May 10th with an Opening Party & Mixer from 7-9 pm that is open to the public. The event will feature music, a raffle to raise funds for the gallery, food from The Whoopie Pie Café, and libations provided by Geaghan Brothers Brewing. The opening exhibit, to be featured through May, is Maine artist Scott Minzy. His work, I Remember Tomorrow, features prints created from hand-made woodcarvings.

“I am incredibly excited to be opening a space that KAHBANG Arts can call their own. Opening this gallery is the first stepping stone in reaching our goal of drawing in artists from all over the state so we can help to develop, support, and educate them in new and exciting capacities, year round. This is something that my team has been working very hard on for the past year and seeing it come to fruition, along with the support of the community, is very exciting and encouraging to us that we’re providing the community with something they were missing. I really encourage people to come down to the mixer, have a great time and see what we’re all about.”

-Meg Shorette, KAHBANG Arts Executive Director

Gallery exhibits are planned to rotate 12 times per year, and will include programming as part of the KAHBANG Festival in August, with a new exhibit opening on the first Saturday of every month. In addition to exhibits, the Central Gallery will host artist talks, workshops, musicians and other creative events throughout the year. KAHBANG Arts stands strongly behind its belief that galleries should be uncensored spaces open to all ages that provide artists with the opportunity to connect with new audiences.

KAHBANG Arts is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the discovery, development and support of independent artists. Through its programs, KAHBANG Arts seeks to connect innovative and creative practitioners with resources for creation, exhibition and collaboration. The organization encourages freedom of expression, diversity and art as a means of communicating both individual and community values.

As part of its mission, they provide opportunities for independent artists to explore their work free from commercial pressures. By providing year-round creative and financial support for development in the vast spectrum of the arts, KAHBANG Arts remains committed to its mission to discover and support artists, as well as maintaining a community which encourages the free flow of creative expression, ideas and a creative economy. Any artists interested in becoming a part of KAHBANG Arts are encouraged to contact Executive Director, Meg Shorette at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Image: DaVinci Signs workers hanging up the KAHBANG Arts Central Gallery sign at 89 Central Street, Bangor in April. Photo: Sarah Eremita

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