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The Return of Scorsese, Tarantino

Before we get into the most obvious thing about the upcoming movies for 2019 -- namely, that Marvel is going to make a lot of money, again -- can we first look forward to some great filmmakers who'll be doing exactly what they want to do? Read More >>
'Beale Street' talks the talk, walks the walk

Based on the novel of the same name, the adaptation of James Baldwin's "If Beale Street Could Talk," directed by film genius Barry Jenkins, focuses on a young African American woman (Tish) in Harlem who is pregnant with her first child, while the father (Fonny) is imprisoned for a crime he didn't commit. Read More >>
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LSMS: You can't complain if you don't vote

In a sea of unsolicited pitches from publicists I've never met promoting artists I've never heard of came an email I get every year about this time and I always look forward to receiving. Except this year, something different happened. Read More >>
'A Woman's Work ...' is at Brush

An old saying goes something like this: "A man can work from sun to sun but a woman's work is never done." Six accomplished female artists explore that theme in the new show "A Woman's Work ... (Interior/Exterior Exploration)," on view at the Brush Art Gallery & Studios, 256 Market St. Read More >>
'Slow Food' next up on MRT menu

Irene and Peter are feeling a bit hangry. (That's hungry and angry at the same time, for those who aren't up on current slang.) And who can blame the pair who just want to celebrate their special anniversary with a nice meal out? Read More >>
You read it here first: Wines that made a hit in 2018

It's great to be back, and the new year promises to be very exciting in the wine world. A majority of the 2012 Brunello di Montalcino Riservas, now aged for more than 60 months, should be coming to market, as well as other long-lived wines that will be sold to consumers for the first time. 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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