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Favorite spot for St. Paddy's?

DRACUT -- If you're looking for a heaping serving of corned beef and cabbage, a sip or two of Jameson and Guinness (for the 21-and-over crowd, of course), and a place to pretend your Irish for a day, Paddy's Ale House is the place to be. Read More >>
Oh, no -- not another Ouija board movie

When first released, the Spanish horror film "Veronica" was hyped up to be one of the scariest horror movies on the Netflix streaming service. However, after viewing, it is evident that it was likely just a plea to get more viewers. Read More >>
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Get intimate with Benatar, Giraldo

Monday night is an underrated night for going out. I've seen plenty of good shows on Monday nights over the years, including Michael McDonald at New Tupelo Music Hall in Derry, N.H., just last month. Though most venues these days tend to focus on weekend shows, particularly in the summertime, there's something to be said for starting the week off right. Read More >>
'Debris' scattered about the University Gallery

Ephemera fascinates Nancy Bernardo. And she plays off its concept in "Decorative Debris," her fun new show presented by the UMass Lowell Department of Art & Design in the University Gallery in Mahoney Hall, 870 Broadway St. Read More >>
Contest winner, 17, to play in Concord

CONCORD -- The Concord Orchestra, conducted by Richard Pittman, presents its Ehlers Young Artist concert, "Spring Awakening" on Friday, March 23, and Saturday, March 24, at 8 p.m. Each year, the Concord Orchestra features a young performer selected by the annual young-artist competition. Read More >>
These three Pinot Noirs will bring on spring

I know there are 16 inches of snow on the ground after the third nor'easter in two weeks slammed into Massachusetts this week, but don't despair. Spring is just around the corner. And that means only one thing: Break out the Burgundy -- or, as we say in America, the Pinot Noir! Read More >>
UML artists are on display around city

UMass Lowell faculty and student artists are a talented lot, it's true. And this winter, they expand their audience beyond the campus with exhibits in several downtown galleries. And at this weekend's Winterfest, you can come in from the cold and savor these shows at simultaneous receptions on Saturday, Feb. Read More >>

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