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Autumn awesomeness at the cinema

The next couple of months are packed. You won't be able to see it all -- the early Academy Award hopefuls, the based-on-real-life dramas, the seasonal scares and the family-friendly entries on the slate -- but there's a lot that looks tempting. Read More >>
Film ReviewBlacKkKlansman could be the most important movie of the year

"BlacKkKlansman," Spike Lee's latest masterpiece, is the true story of how Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer in Colorado, infiltrated the Klu Klux Klan. Posing as a white supremacist over the phone using his "white voice," he convinced David Duke and other Klan members that he wanted to join them in the mission to keep whites separate from blacks. Read More >>
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From the sweet science to sweet sounds

If you tuned into the USA Network's weekly boxing series in April 1988 to watch then-former (and -future) middleweight world champion Roberto Duran fight up-and-comer Paul Thorn, little did you know you would have the chance to see Thorn in Greater Lowell three decades later. Read More >>
'Hamilton' actress, 19, excited for Boston run

Isa Briones, just 19, is one of the youngest cast members of "Hamilton The Musical." And she gets why the landmark show, which arrives at the Boston Opera House next week for a two month run, is such a huge, sold-out hit. Read More >>
Addison at Phillips Andover has two fall shows

The Addison Gallery of American Art, on the campus of Phillips Academy in Andover, is a hidden gem in the Merrimack Valley. And fall is the perfect time to discover it. This fall makes it special with two new exhibitions opening this month. Read More >>
Out with the whites, in with the reds -- here are some selections

Did you feel that even-ing chill in the air this past week? Yes, it's a sign that autumn is fast ap-proaching and that, like the changing seasons, it's time to make a move to the red-wine cellar. To many Cabernet Sauvignon drinkers, there's really no need to panic. Read More >>
Liberty and libations: Beer history at Concord Museum

What's more refreshing than a cool brew on a steamy summer night? Not much -- unless a little history is thrown into the mix to enhance the imbibing. The Concord Museum hosts a talk on the history of beer and a fun-filled beer-tasting Thursday, July 19, at 7 p. Read More >>

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