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Beverly expects “largest crowd we’ve ever assembled” for Idol Homecoming at 3pm today

If you’re an American Idol fan, you might just want to cross the bridge this afternoon.

Angie Miller, who was graduated from Beverly High School last year, will be honored in a parade starting at Beverly City Hall today at 3pm ending with a free concert in the south fields at Beverly High School at 4pm.

The Beverly Patch reports that Beverly Mayor Bill Scanlon said he expects “thousands of people” for the “largest crowd we’ve ever assembled” during his 18 year tenure as Mayor.

Here’s a video of Angie performing Rihanna’s hit Diamonds

Then tonight there’s plenty of excellent music in Gloucester.  See the full schedule here.  Captain Carlos welcomes Jenny Dee and the Deelinquints back for what should be a great show.

Docksider Vocalist wins American Idol ticket to audition

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Gloucester High School Docksider vocalist, Katy Geraghty won a fast pass to the next season of AMERICAN Idol audition  at American Idol Experience at Hollywood Studios at Disney World. After auditioning and winning a spot to compete against other singers, Katy moved onto winning her first round. At the final performance, singing "Hold On To A Hero" Katy wowed the crowd and beat four other contestants. 
You can catch her singing on APRIL 28TH at a concert at the Gloucester HS Fieldhouse at 2:00 pm. Just bring a non perishable item for the Food Pantry as your price of admission.

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Movie – “Afghan Star”

CAPE ANN COMMUNITY CINEMA

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Click poster for more info.

(ABOVE MYSTERY TRAIN)
GLOUCESTER, MA 01930
(978) 282-1988

SHOW TIMES: FRI. OCT. 9 – SUN. OCT. 11 @ 7:30PM; MON. & TUES. OCT. 12 & 13 @ 5:00PM

After 30 years of war and Taliban rule, “Pop Idol” (the British TV show that was the basis for “American Idol”) has come to Afghanistan. Millions are watching the TV series “Afghan Star” and voting for their favorite singers by mobile phone. For many, this is their first encounter with democracy. This timely film follows the dramatic stories of four contestants as they risk all to become the nation’s favorite singer. But will they attain the freedom they hope for in this vulnerable and traditional nation?

“Wonderful…had the audience cheering!” –Ty Burr, Boston Globe

Part of our 32-day DoctoberFest Documentary Film Festival.