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Politics, prequels ... and Poppins!

From now through the end of the year, you won't find another period that short so packed with intriguing films -- from awards-hopeful dramas to potential family classics -- and this year is no exception. Read More >>
Lowell actress gets lead role in 'Two Mile Hollow'

Lowell actress Christa Brown is starring in "Two Mile Hollow," which opens this month at Apollinaire Theatre Company in Chelsea. It's an accomplishment Brown credits not just to her passion for theater, but also to her passion for her community. Read More >>
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LSMS: You can't complain if you don't vote

In a sea of unsolicited pitches from publicists I've never met promoting artists I've never heard of came an email I get every year about this time and I always look forward to receiving. Except this year, something different happened. Read More >>
Ansel Adams' iconic photographs on display

Ansel Adams, one of the 20th century's most well-known and respected photographers, stars in "Ansel Adams in Our Time," a new exhibit on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Dec. 13-Feb. 24. Adams, who lived from 1902 to 1984, is best-known for his black-and-white photographs of the American Western landscape, images that constitute an iconic visual legacy. Read More >>
Bisantz's 'Memories' goes festival route

Jerry Bisantz, the Lowell-based actor, playwright and artistic director of Image Theater Company, gets a close-up this weekend when his film, "Memories for Sale," is featured at the first Waltham Film Factory Festival being held at the Charles River Museum of Industry, 154 Moody St. Read More >>
Champagne business a lay-up for NBA great

Is that NBA Hall of Fame great Isiah Thomas now wearing the Cheurlin Champagne polo jersey? Yes, it is. And why not? Thomas, 57, is no stranger to the French bubbly -- even if in an odd way. For years, during his illustrious career with the Detroit Pistons (1981-94), Thomas said he enjoyed his share of wet, wild and elegant championship celebrations when "champagne was poured all over my Read More >>
Chelmsford authors at mystery event

On Thursday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m., Chelmsford authors Dale T. Phillips and Ursula Wong will be at the annual Mystery Gala at the New England Mobile Book Fair, 241 Needham St., in Newton Upper Falls. Read More >>

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