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No one wants to spend any more time indoors during the summer than necessary - at least if you're like me. Unless we are fortunate enough to have a sweltering, hot summer day, and I say fortunate because I'd take the unbearable heat of a New England summer over a cold day in winter any time, then of course spending time dining in the comfort of air conditioning is generally a must.   Read More >>
 
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OGUNQUIT, Maine (AP) — Officials at a Maine playhouse say Valerie Harper has been hospitalized after falling ill before a performance.   Read More >>
 
"There ain't no cure for the summertime blues," warbled Eddie Cochran in his golden oldies hit. The Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Studios taps into those feelings with Summertime Blues, a show that captures the essence of summer in an array of oils, watercolors, photography, linoleum prints, ceramics and sculpture.   Read More >>
 
Iconic TV sitcom actresses Sally Struthers and Valerie Harper are making waves on the seacoast and starring in Nice Work If You Can Get It at the Ogunquit Playhouse through Aug. 15.   Read More >>
 
BEVERLY -- Several local teens share their talents with audiences in Boston Children's Theatre production of Thoroughly Modern Millie being performed in rotation Aug. 6-9 at Shore Country Day School, 545 Cabot St.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Jennifer Shao, a Lowell artist, has been painting for only a year and a half but says she has already found a lifelong passion.   Read More >>
 
BURLINGTON -- Burlington Educational Summer Theatre (BEST) will share the magic of Dr. Seuss when it presents Seussical, Jr.   Read More >>
 
Art in the Courtyard Arts and Fine Crafts returns to the Lowell Folk Festival this year, coordinated by the Cultural Organization of Lowell/COOL and the Brush Art Gallery.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Filmmaker Tim Janis wanted "The Button Girl," his first feature-length film, to be historically accurate.   Read More >>
 
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SHIRLEY -- Sometimes art can help fight for a good cause. Such is the case with the art of Jonathan Route's photography, which aims in an upcoming exhibit to raise funds -- and awareness -- for the struggle to find a cure for breast cancer.   Read More >>
 
 

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