Submit EventHomeFacebook Email Us Twitter Access Account
whatdoUwannado.com
read us in print gossip & entertainment food & drink all in the family night life the arts travel & leisure on campus

Besides baklava and grape leaves, comedy is on the menu at Zorba's Music Hall in the Olympia Restaurant on Market St., Lowell. The latest round of jokes and stories is set for Friday, July 21, at 9 p.   Read More >>
 
Everyone knows the Lowell Folk Festival is all about the music -- lots of it -- and plenty of food, glorious ethnic food. But those in the know realize there's art to absorb, too, when you need a rhythm respite or losh-kabob break.   Read More >>
 
Happy Birthday, dear Henry David, Happy Birthday to you! Henry David Thoreau was born in Concord 200 years ago on July 12, 1817.   Read More >>
 
Bright splashes of color are a welcome relief from drab winter days. And artist Peter Koutrouba will bring color aplenty to his pastel painting demonstration at the Chelmsford Art Society meeting on Wednesday, Feb.   Read More >>
 
What happens when life imitates art or art imitates life -- and love? The cast of "Stage Kiss" explores that premise in the delightful, delicious comedy by Sarah Ruhl, on stage at Lyric Stage in Boston from Feb.   Read More >>
 
A laugh or two helps you get by. And Merrimack Repertory Theatre promises lots of laughs with its new production of Wendy MacLeod's "Women in Jeopardy!," running Feb.   Read More >>
 
Lowell Women's Week doesn't get underway for several weeks. But it's making itself seen and heard now with "Women Looking at Women," an art exhibition about and by women, on view through March 12 in the Arts League of Lowell's Greenwald Gallery, 307 Market St.   Read More >>
 
It's show time for dozens of talented amateur thespians from around the region, as Acton's Open Door Theater and Nashua's Peacock Players unveil their latest productions this weekend and next. Open Door, a provider of accessible community theater for more than 35 years, brings audiences into the amazing world of Dr.   Read More >>
 
Winter's greyness surrounds you at every turn -- until you venture into Mandarin Asian Bistro, 24 Market St., in downtown Lowell. There, Nan Hockenbury's vibrantly colorful, exuberant paintings, in the new exhibition "From Telling to Knowing," will startle, delight and offer a perfect antidote to winter.   Read More >>
 
Open Door and Peacock Players unveil their latest shows By Nancye Tuttle Sun Correspondent It's show time for dozens of talented amateur thespians from around the region as Acton's Open Door Theater and Nashua's Peacock Players unveil their latest productions this weekend and next.   Read More >>
 
 

_
Subscribe below to receive
upcoming events by email: