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Don't feel like cooking Thanksgiving dinner? Wing it!

Excited for Thanksgiving but not looking forward to all of the meal prep and cleanup? Whether you're looking for dinner out, a fully catered meal or yummy side dishes to add pizzazz, there are plenty of local farms, small and chain restaurants that offer all of the turkey and fixings you desire, with little to no effort on your part. Read More >>
Cuaron's latest masterpiece, 'Roma,' defies words

Alfonso Cuaron, the brilliant director of "Gravity" and "Children of Men" uses his creative direction yet again to masterfully create one of the most visually stunning and emotionally provocative films in years, "Roma. Read More >>
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Art Garfunkel: An icon comes to the Tupelo Music Hall

He is best known for being half of one of the biggest rock duos of all time, but unlike his former partner, Art Garfunkel isn't leaving the road anytime soon. In fact, the iconic Garfunkel is taking the road to Tupelo Music Hall in Derry on Nov. Read More >>
Brush Gallery artists share their work in members show

It's that time of year again for member shows at area galleries and museums. This week, it's the Brush Art Gallery and Studio artists' turn with an opening. Members of the New England Sculptors Association are also participating in the group show that runs Nov. Read More >>
Lowell Philharmonic does the honors on Veterans Day

Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra pays tribute to America's veterans with a patriotic Veterans Day concert on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1A North Road. "We will be honoring our veterans with music from the World War I era," notes the LPO website program announcement. Read More >>
Discover Umbria in Montemelino, Orvieto Classico

When you think of the world's great wine regions of the world, no one is going to jump up and shout "Umbria." It's neither No. 1 or for that matter No. 100. Yet it's a gem of an undiscovered place.  Read More >>
Festival of Authors month full of books

CONCORD -- The annual Concord Festival of Authors, celebrating the written and spoken word in a town famous for its literary history and commitment to lifelong learning, will run through the month of October. Read More >>

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