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Pro wrestling returns to Lowell Memorial Auditorium

When it comes to the squared circle (Pro Wrestling 101: the term for a wrestling ring), the Mill City has been home to some amazing spectacles over the years. Read More >>
'Glass' broken beyond repair

Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan has directed some great films in his past, but also some serious clunkers. His first feature film was "The Sixth Sense," the Bruce Willis film about a psychologist who cares for a young boy with a peculiar ability. Read More >>
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LeAnn's Rimes still topping the charts

When you hit it big early, it's almost impossible to sustain greatness as an adult. In fact, these days, those who taste fame as a child often end up on a "reality" TV show as they get older. Read More >>
Cold weather, warm art

It's a great time of year to explore the region's galleries and museums. And several exhibitions opening this week and next offer plenty of incentive to bundle up and head out. The ever-popular Impressionist Claude Monet is featured in Worcester Art Museum's new exhibition, "Monet's Waterloo Bridge: Vision and Process," on view Jan. Read More >>
She's 'honored' playing the queen -- Carole King

Playing master songwriter Carole King is a thrill for actress Sarah Bockel. She headlines the cast in the national tour of "Beautiful -- The Carole King Musical" at Boston Opera House, Jan. 29-Feb. Read More >>
Delicious West Coast wines at outlet prices

I tagged along with the Wine Goddess (my wife Mary Lee) on her recent Costco shopping excursion when I saw this gem in the wine section: Kirkland Signature Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2016. She said she was buying salmon for dinner, so I went ahead and put this bottle in her cart. 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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