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Time to offWhat are you waiting FORE?! Making the circuit of local public golf courses

When it comes to public golf courses in The Sun's circulation region, one stands out among all the rest. Red Tail Golf Club, on the site of the old Fort Devens army base, is as beautiful a course as you will find anywhere north of Augusta. Read More >>
'Meg' even more ridiculous than most shark movies

It's only tradition that every summer there needs to be the release of a ridiculous shark movie. Ever since Steven Spielberg's masterpiece, "Jaws," production companies beg filmmakers to make action thrillers starring a shark as the main villain. Read More >>
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AT BOARDING HOUSE PARK ON FRIDAY NIGHTPostmodern Jukebox: Bringing modern music to older audiences

You can tell summer's almost over by the earlier sunsets, endless back-to-school ads and the prevalence of Halloween candy in supermarkets. Read More >>
Head to North Shore to see 'Tru West,' 'Superstar'

Two contemporary classics -- a drama and a musical -- are on stage at North Shore theaters in Gloucester and Newburyport. Gloucester Stage Company, located in a refurbished fishery on Main Street near the Cape Ann community's bustling waterfront, brings Sam Shepard's modern American classic "Tru West" to life Aug. Read More >>
France or Greece not possible? Try local museums

Summer's on the wane, and you still haven't visited a decent destination. How does a quick trip to France or hasty junket to Greece sound -- no passport or plane ticket required? The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, fills the bill for that French interlude with its stellar exhibit "French Pastels: Treasures from the Vault. Read More >>
Grapes can't talk -- so the Wine Novice will

If grapes could talk -- some winemakers insist they can whisper secrets to them -- Italy's more than 1,000 varieties could tell stories about how they fueled papal conquests, Roman legions on the move, and even the seductions of emperors and kings. 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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