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LET IT SNOW! Winterfest is coming!

Are you a parent looking for a way to get the family out of the house? Lowell's annual Winterfest has a whole day jam-packed with children's entertainment that will keep the little ones happy. Are you an unattached adult wanting to blow off some steam after work? Read More >>
'Crackdown 3' brings back the feel of the original

When Joseph Staten worked at Bungie, they ran across a problem with the "Halo 3" beta. The team wanted to release it, but back in 2007, internet connection wasn't as universal as it is now. Read More >>
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Monkees (well, half of them anyway) are back

Not one person who watched "The Monkees" on television in the 1960s could have ever imagined that, more than a half century later, they would still be a touring presence. Yet, The Monkees (these days consisting of Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz) will be at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford on Friday, March 1, at 8 p. Read More >>
Take a trip to Japan at Worcester Art Museum

Worcester Art Museum invites visitors to tour 19th-century Japan this winter through the dramatic, colorful prints created by esteemed artist Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858). The exhibition "Travels with Hiroshige," on view Feb. Read More >>
Don't like Spam? You'll love 'Spamalot'

Laughter is the best medicine. And no one knows that more than Steve McCoy, who plays King Arthur in the laugh-filled, zany national tour of "Monty Python's Spamalot," playing Lowell Memorial Auditorium on Tuesday, Feb. Read More >>
The perfect wine for the perfect meal

The meal was simple and superb -- mussels, shrimp, spaghetti and spicy pasta sauce sprinkled with parmesan cheese. The Wine Goddess, my wife Mary Lee, cooked it in 15 minutes, about the time it takes me to shave in the morning. 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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