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As I pack my bag and prepare to jet off to Highpoint, N.C., for the spring furniture market this weekend, I anxiously await new design inspiration and furniture and accessory offerings.   Read More >>

CONCORD -- Some of the pieces on display are works by sculptors of middle-of-the-order academic bearing.   Read More >>

UMass Lowell celebrates its artists and their talents on Thursday, April 23, at its first-ever Chancellor's Celebration of the Arts. More than 200 actors, artists, musicians and writers will participate in the program that brings together the visual arts, creative writing, music and theater in two venues on the UML South Campus.   Read More >>
"Push your boundaries! Bring something to light! Anything goes!" With those words as a guideline, Arts League of Lowell members and non-members set out to explore the world of photography in Exposed, their latest juried exhibition.   Read More >>
Spring signals new beginnings and fresh starts. And Fruitlands Museum in Harvard gets into the game with two new photography exhibitions Ben Brody: Afghanistan/Endgame and Edward Burtynsky: The Industrial Sublime -- opening on April 17 as part of its new season.   Read More >>
So you think you've heard every Jewish joke out there, right? Not necessarily, a fact you'll discover with Old Jews Telling Jokes, Peter Gethers and Daniel Okrent's off-Broadway hit playing Arlington's Regent Theatre April 15-May 17.   Read More >>
Seeking a little design inspiration for setting your holiday dinner table? Why not try something unique and different?   Read More >>
Lowell is a city of immigrants. It started when the city was founded nearly two centuries ago and continues today with an influx of artistic immigrants, who come here to carve out creative lives in supportive surroundings.   Read More >>
Christopher Durang is known for writing absurdist, off-kilter comedies that often delve into sexuality, psychotherapy and religion. He tackles two of those three topics in Beyond Therapy, opening Friday, April 3, and playing weekends through Saturday, April 18, at Theatre III in Acton.   Read More >>
Immigrants have changed and enriched the cultural life of Lowell, Boston and all of New England for over two centuries. And they continue to do that today. The Golden Door, a musical play celebrating the region's immigrant experience, will be presented on Saturday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m., at the Lowell National Park Visitor Center, 246 Market St.   Read More >>

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