When I talked to Peter Wolf three months ago, it was to advance the Lowell Summer Music Series show he did at Boarding House Park in August.
He was lively, engaging, introspective and somewhat humble given his lofty status as not only the frontman of one of rock and roll's greatest acts, The J. Geils Band, but the respect he has among his musical peers, who often seek him out for contributions either on their recordings or in concert. Read More >>
Cameron Perrin is no stranger to the stage. The 13-year-old, Tyngsboro Middle School 8th grader has several credits under his belt, including Oliver in Oliver and Jack in Into the Woods at his school, plus performances in Alice in Wonderland with Nashua's Peacock Players and Fame with Boston Children's Theatre. Read More >>
Following the recent statewide election, I took a quick 4-day refresher trip to Charleston, S.C., to visit my daughter Jalyn. Now 30, the UMass Lowell graduate is enjoying southern living in what is one of America's most endearing cities. Read More >>
STONEHAM -- ZooLights at the Stone Zoo, 149 Pond St., will open for the holiday season on Thanksgiving Day. The winter wonderland for all ages features tree-lined paths lit by thousands of twinkling lights. Read More >>
LOWELL -- This weekend, the Showcase Cinema, 32 Reiss Avenue, will begin showing holiday classics each Saturday morning through Dec. 20.
Admission to a holiday film is free with the donation of a non-perishable food item to benefit a local food pantry. Read More >>
Lowell -- UMass Lowell athletes and mascot Rowdy the River Hawk will read popular holiday books to children as a part of Lowell's annual City of Lights and Holiday Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 29, at the River Hawk Shop in University Crossing, 220 Pawtucket St. Read More >>
This year I'm thankful for blanket scarves. You heard correctly, blanket scarves are the "it" accessory of the season. Wrap yourself up in your biggest, most cozy scarf and step out to make the ultimate street style statement. Read More >>