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Got the blues? Get some brews

Westford Rotary's annual music and beer festival makes its Lowell debut Saturday
Just because the Lowell Folk Festival is over, it doesn't mean the fun is done. Another festival -- the Blues N' Brews -- is coming to JFK Plaza this year. Read More >>
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'Eighth Grade' perfect coming-of-age movie

Comedian and now writer/ director Bo Burnham has created one of the most real and most relatable films of the year so far. His directorial debut, "Eighth Grade," is an outstanding achievement, ranking it up with the levels of Barry Jenkins's "Moonlight" and Greta Gerwig's "Lady Bird. Read More >>
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'90s night in Gilford, N.H.

Three bands that dominated radio airwaves in the 1990s and 2000s have joined forces for the promising Rock and Roll Express Tour. The bands -- headliner 3 Doors Down, Collective Soul and opener Soul Asylum -- will come to the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook on Lake Winnipesaukee tonight for a triple bill of hits, hits and more hits. Read More >>
Whistler Museum has quilts covered

Quilting takes on a whole new meaning in the dynamic new exhibition "Interplay: Fiber and Art Quilts 2018" at the Whistler House Museum of Art, Worthen Street, Lowell. It runs Aug. 11-Sept. 15, with an opening reception this Saturday, 2-4 p. Read More >>
'70s flashback in Ogunquit with Struthers, Linden

It wouldn't be summer at the Ogunquit Playhouse without a visit from perennial favorite Sally Struthers. This year, Struthers joins another Hollywood favorite, Hal Linden, as guest stars in the national premiere of "Grumpy Old Men the Musical" on the seacoast Maine stage through Sept. Read More >>
A rosé day in the garden of the Wine Goddess (SLIDESHOW)

Jungle Beauty. La Dolce Vita. Diary of Faith. Ice Carnival. Daydream Believer. These are not summer wines; they are daylilies blooming in the summer gardens circling my home. The Wine Goddess -- my wife Mary Lee -- has carefully nurtured these dazzling gems for years, some from seedlings that she hybridized herself, and she now has 200 varieties popping out with each new glorious sunrise. 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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