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"It's iconic" is a phrase often uttered when something is breathtaking or beyond description. And that's what visitors to the Museum of Russian Icons will likely say when viewing "Wrestling with Angels," a new exhibition of 46 luminous contemporary icons on display July 19-Oct.   Read More >>
 
Save the datesFriday, Aug. 2 is the date for the first of three Canalside Arts events at Lucy Larcom Park, 258 Merrimack St., Lowell. Hosted by Waterways Vitality Project, it runs 6-9 p.m., and includes student and professional art displays, music, drama, spoken word and dance performances and food trucks.   Read More >>
 
Lowell's galleries spark color at every turn this month and are worth a look-see when you're out and about. A bright adventure awaits visitors in "Exploring Color," a new show running July 13-28 at Ayer Lofts Gallery, 172 Middle St.   Read More >>
 
Foodie fantasyFood is an art form — especially in Lowell, where locals know all about its hidden-gem ethnic eateries. Off the Beaten Path Food Tours has discovered foodie delights in the Mill City and presents two tours that bring these tasty treats to visitors.   Read More >>
 
The Peabody Essex Museum — PEM for short — is a worthy destination for a summer day-trip. Located in Salem, it offers an array of interesting exhibits to challenge and satisfy the senses. Its new show is Order of Imagination: The Photographs of Olivia Parker, on view July 13 through Nov.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL SCENE: Greenwald Gallery at ALL (Arts League of Lowell) presents Attention to Detail, Disorder, a new show featuring varied works by Michael Lichtenstein, David Phaneuf and Stacy Topjian Searle.   Read More >>
 
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It's a feast for the eye and a bargain for the wallet at Loading Dock Gallery's upcoming "Six by Six Under $100" exhibition in Lowell. Running July 3-28 with an opening reception Saturday, July 6, 4-6 p.   Read More >>
 
It's a big weekend for major shows opening at two regional art venues — Fitchburg Art Museum and Lowell's Brush Art Gallery and Studios. At the FAM, it's an art embarrassment of riches with three shows opening Friday, June 21.   Read More >>
 
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Summer stages"Barefoot in the Park," an early Neil Simon comedy, plays Gloucester Stage Company through June 30. The cast features local favorites Paula Plum and Richard Snee. Tickets start at $15 at 978-281-4433 or www.   Read More >>
 
Memorial Day has come and gone — and that means summer is here in all its glory. Worcester Art Museum greets the lazy, hazy days with a full slate of summer programs to engage visitors with art both in and outside the museum.   Read More >>
 
 

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