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The holiday shopping season is officially underway with plenty of chances to shop locally and support the artists among us. A galaxy of delights shines at the Loading Dock Gallery's "Winter Lights: Gifts for the Holidays" showcase running Nov.   Read More >>
 
For the readers in your life, books are the perfect gift. Let the editors of Book World make it easy for you with these picks: "The Best American Comics 2017" Ben Katchor (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) "It's a great time to be an American cartoonist," artist Ben Katchor declares in the introduction of this rich and witty collection of the best comics of the year.   Read More >>
 
The Concord Museum is decking the halls and getting ready for the holiday season with two special events. Its 22nd Annual Family Trees: A Celebration of Children's Literature opens to the public on Wednesday, Nov.   Read More >>
 
Elisabeth von Trapp's name is synonymous with the sound of music. She is, after all, the granddaughter of the legendary Maria and Baron von Trapp whose family's story inspired Rodgers and Hammerstein to write the hit Broadway musical and Oscar-winning film "The Sound of Music.   Read More >>
 
It's that time of year to put your blush on again with Image Theater Company's 11th Annual Keep Your Kids at Home Naughty Readings, an extravaganza of R-rated plays and songs that are decidedly not for the kiddies.   Read More >>
 
As fall turns into winter each year, the Whistler House Museum of Art gathers its artist members together for its annual Fall Juried Members Exhibition. And, as always, this year's assemblage, on view Nov.   Read More >>
 
Dazzling, dramatic or down-right eye-popping are apt descriptions for the prints featured in "Ideas & Images," a new show on view Oct. 24-Nov. 22 in UMass Lowell's University Gallery in Mahoney Hall on South Campus.   Read More >>
 
"Fahrenheit 451" -- the temperature at which paper ignites and burns -- is also the title of Ray Bradbury's 1953 dystopian novel and subsequent play. Littleton's Cannon Theatre brings this disturbing classic to life this fall with performances beginning Friday, Oct.   Read More >>
 
Thursday, August 24 Well Adult Clinic: 9-11 a.m.; Eagle House Senior Center, 25 Memorial Drive, Lunenburg. Hosted by Nashoba Associated Boards of Health. 978-772-3335. Genealogy Help: 12:30-4 p.m.   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 >>
 
 

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