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50-year anniversaryMoon flight

Relive the Apollo 11 moon landing at Worcester Art Museum
"That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Commander Neil Armstrong made that profound observation as he and lunar-module pilot Buzz Aldrin made history as the first two men to set foot on the moon on July 20, 1969. Read More >>
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'super mario make 2' reviewAspiring game designers get a richer canvas

The best art pushes people to create. Great works spark that desire to make music or put brush to canvas. With video games, that has been a little harder. In the past, developers had to know a little of everything — programming, visuals and design. Read More >>
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at xfinity center and bank of new hampshire pavilion311, Dirty Heads all about the summer vibe

Summer is all about vibes, especially summer concerts. Think about it. Whether it's D ave Matthews Band or Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band, summer music is about a mood, an experience, a feeling. Read More >>
'wrestling with angels'Iconic show opens at Clinton museum

"It's iconic" is a phrase often uttered when something is breathtaking or beyond description. And that's what visitors to the Museum of Russian Icons will likely say when viewing "Wrestling with Angels," a new exhibition of 46 luminous contemporary icons on display July 19-Oct. Read More >>
dangerous and decadent'Cabaret' the Maine event in Ogunquit

Decadent nightlife meets dangerous times at Berlin's alluring Kit Kat Club in the iconic Broadway musical "Cabaret," on stage at the Ogunquit Playhouse, July 17-Aug. 10. Set in the cabaret underworld on the eve of Hitler's rise to power, the production is based on the searing Sam Mendes-Rob Marshall revival of the musical that recently took Broadway by storm. Read More >>
shake the doldrumsSummer's over? Not with these bubblies

Is your summer half empty or half full? Recently, I overheard several people lament that, following the Fourth of July, the summer season "is all but over." Blasphemy! Don't be a summer-doldrums-type person. Read More >>
art embarrassment of richesFitchburg museum, Lowell's Brush hot this summer

It's a big weekend for major shows opening at two regional art venues — Fitchburg Art Museum and Lowell's Brush Art Gallery and Studios. At the FAM, it's an art embarrassment of riches with three shows opening Friday, June 21. Read More >>

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