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Ho! Ho! Hoey!

Growing up in Lowell, Gary Hoey always loved Christmas. Opening presents. Santa Claus. The holiday cartoons. The music. Read More >>
'Suspiria' a horror flick not for everybody

For those unfamiliar with the original, 1977's "Suspiria" is about a ballet academy run by witches. When a new dancer named Susie Bannion shows up, she begins to discover what truly lies behind the company's mask. Read More >>
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Why fight it? Just have a Jingle Ball

We can either complain about the early onset of holiday festivities ... or just embrace the spirit behind them and enjoy the season. It's too easy to complain, so let's try to make the most of it. One holiday tradition that returns in a few weeks is the KISS 108-FM Jingle Ball, which takes place Tuesday, Dec. Read More >>
Lowell Art Association in Whistler House spotlight

The Whistler House Museum of Art's annual Fall Juried Members Exhibition is one of the most highly anticipated on the local art calendar. And this year's is no exception, featuring an eclectic array of artworks created by members of the Lowell Art Association, the oldest incorporated art association in the country. Read More >>
Neary's 'First Night' a dose of holiday cheer

Jack Neary's "First Night," a charming romance, is the perfect play to get you in the holiday spirit. A new production will be staged Dec. 13-16 at the Actors Studio of Newburyport, 50 Water St. Neary directs the delightful two-hander that features Jocelyn Duford and John Manning. Read More >>
Wine Novice's selections for Turkey Day

Thanksgiving is truly an all-American holiday and, naturally, the pairing of food and wine should be all-American too. At least that's what I used to think. Not anymore. We live in a melting pot of a nation, so why shouldn't the holiday dinner table feature a melting pot of wines? 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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