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It's a sure sign of spring when Keith Lockhart calls to chat about the upcoming Boston Pops season at Symphony Hall. And the affable maestro, beginning his 22nd season conducting "America's orchestra," as Pops is frequently dubbed, has plenty to crow about with the new season in store.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Brides, grooms, family and friends are invited to attend the first Wedding Expo presented by The Miracle Providers NorthEast at the Onyx Room in Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Ave. This weekend-long event, May 6-8, features more than 20 unique and artistic vendors that specialize in making weddings memorable.   Read More >>
John Greenwald was larger than life. A big-hearted guy with a generous streak, he was passionate about art, movies, politics and journalism and loved nothing more than schmoozing for hours with his many friends.   Read More >>
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LOWELL -- With Donald Trump on the cusp of locking up the Republican presidential nomination, we've seemingly entered an age of presidential politics in which anything goes. So when new U.S. Senator Bernadette Spence is approached by a mysterious, mustachioed political strategist in her Congressional office one night, and urged by the James Carville-wannabe to run for the highest office in the   Read More >>
Put paints and brushes into the hands of different artists and you'll find it transformed in myriad ways. Nowhere is this more apparent than in An Unlikely Confluence, an exhibition by painters Michele Boll and Nan Hockenbury, on view May 4-29 at The Loading Dock Gallery in Lowell.   Read More >>
Cannon Theatre creates a Valentine to Broadway in the Jazz Age in its spring production of The Drowsy Chaperone playing through May at the theater, 410 Great Road, Littleton. Enter the world of The Man in the Chair, a Broadway fanatic seeking to cure his blues by listening to a recording of the fictional 1928 musical comedy The Drowsy Chaperone.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- A young Dracut artist and her oil painting of a beautifully arranged bowl of vibrant clementine segments caught the attention of judges and won first prize in the local 2016 Congressional Art Competition.   Read More >>
TEWKSBURY - Mary Remillong is an award-winning Tewksbury- based artist. The New Jersey native has been creating art for about 65 years.   Read More >>
LITTLETON -- The Littleton Follies, a farce performed by a group of senior citizens, left a crowd of more than 400 begging for an encore last week, but organizers say the actors will not take the stage again.   Read More >>
By Nancye Tuttle Ken Reid, punk rocker turned pop culture maven, headlines the premier outing of Mondo Monday Comedy at the Luna Theater at Mill #5 in Lowell at 7:35 p.m. Monday, April 25. Reid, a Winchester native, is a headliner who has appeared at the Comedy Studio as comic in residence and been named one of Boston's best comics by CBS 4.   Read More >>

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