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Hungry for some breakfast? Let us help you hash it out

A Sun Staff Report What's not to love about breakfast? Forget all that talk about it being the most important meal. It's the best meal. Eggs over easy, sunny-side up, scrambled or poached. Sausage, either links or patties. Read More >>
'The Predator' underwhelming addition to franchise

In Shane Black's version of "The Predator," a military sniper named Quinn McKenna (Boyd Holbrook) and his men are ambushed by an alien known as The Predator after its spacecraft crash-lands. After his men are killed, he attempts to prove to officials that he isn't crazy, and in the process, he is put together with a group of certified nut jobs. Read More >>
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Sting and Shaggy? Huh? You know you want to be there

When word got out earlier this year that Sting and Shaggy were collaborating, not only on an album but also a full-scale tour that comes to House of Blues in Boston next week, there was a massive reaction of "Huh? Read More >>
Holmes right at home in five-part audio play

Sherlock Holmes, mystery and autumn go hand-in-hand this fall as the Huntington Theatre Company of Boston unites Holmes' foggy London town with Boston's foggy parks in a new five-part audio play "Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Emerald Necklace. Read More >>
Lowell National Historical Park turns 40

It's hard to recall Lowell without the National Historical Park and its role in the city's rebirth and revitalization. The park's 40th anniversary is celebrated in a new exhibition, "Making Connections: The 40th Anniversary of Lowell National Historical Park," on view Sept. Read More >>
Doors reopened, Wine ConneXtion offers Spanish samples

Now here's a treat. The Wine ConneXtion in North Andover is featuring wines from Spain this Saturday, from 1 to 4 p.m. If you like moderate- to full-bodied and spicy wines, it's worth the trip to 117 Main St. Read More >>
Liberty and libations: Beer history at Concord Museum

What's more refreshing than a cool brew on a steamy summer night? Not much -- unless a little history is thrown into the mix to enhance the imbibing. The Concord Museum hosts a talk on the history of beer and a fun-filled beer-tasting Thursday, July 19, at 7 p. Read More >>

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