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LSMS: 10 Reasons to Go

From the venue to the visitors, why Boarding House Park rules
Imagine a concert venue that's so convenient that it allows you to get there hours before the show, pick out the perfect spot, leave your belongings, enjoy all that the city of Lowell has to offer on a beautiful summer day, and then wander back to Read More >>
Purple Heart wines: Bold blend for the brave

If you're holding a Memorial Day cookout this weekend, consider making Napa Valley's Purple Heart red wine the guest of honor. It's not only good, it serves a worthy cause. The Bordeaux-style blend recognizes the sacrifice and service of U.S. military members and promotes the Purple Heart Foundation, a nonprofit which provides assistance to veterans and their families.  Read More >>

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Review: 'Alice Through the Looking Glass,' a curiously uninspired sequel

In the new sequel to 'Alice in Wonderland' (2010), screenwriter Linda Woolverton ('Beauty and the Beast') again moves away from the Lewis Carroll stories in favor of something more linear -- a tale about Alice (Mia Wasikowska) searching for the family of the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp). Read More >>
Park programs plunge into pre-summer

The National Park Service, in its centennial year, will offer more programs beginning this Memorial Day weekend, as the summer season approaches. At the Lowell National Historical Park, visitors can cruise the Pawtucket Canal by boat and ride a historic replica trolley though downtown beginning Saturday, May 28. Read More >>
Community Supported Agriculture focus of garden program

NASHUA -- Kristen Anderson, founder of Dirty Girl CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and self-proclaimed environmentalist will present a program at the Nashua Garden Club's monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 1, at 7 p. Read More >>
Canobie opens daily, honors troops

SALEM, N.H. -- Beginning Friday, May 27, Canobie Lake Park will be open seven days a week. And, the park will hold its annual Armed Services Appreciation Days over Memorial Day Weekend, May 28-30, when anyone that presents a valid U.S. Government-issued military or veteran identification can purchase a general admission ticket for $10. Read More >>
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