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Finding fall color inspiration in New England is easy; just look outside your window and see the deeply saturated oranges, reds, golds and greens.   Read More >>
 
The most astonishing dance of an exhilarating evening in celebration of Khmer culture, presented Saturday by the Angkor Dance Troupe at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre came at the end: Peter Veth's brilliant "Invisible" is shattering: While a dance of death, it is a plea for life.   Read More >>
 
Years ago, playwright Stephen Belber wrote a little monologue for Uma Thurman. The actress never performed it, so he put it in a drawer. And, without realizing it at the time, he'd created Molly, the female character in his bittersweet drama Dusk Rings A Bell, which has its New England premiere at Merrimack Repertory Theatre Oct.   Read More >>
 
Ankle boots are the "in" shoe for fall. Flat, heeled, peep toe -- you name it. Your closet deserves at least one pair of ankle boots this season. They look great with every fall essential.   Read More >>
 
CONCORD -- Nothing beats a good night's sleep. We crave sleep and flourish when it's good. But it's rarely discussed much, aside from exhausted parents dealing with sleep deprivation and doctors treating sleep apnea sufferers.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- Merrimack Repertory Theatre scares up a little Halloween fun this season with backstage fright tours at its 50 East Merrimack St. home on Thursday, Oct. 30, and Friday, Oct. 31, starting at 10 p.m.   Read More >>
 
Lowell Celebrates Kerouac weekend is always a feast for every artistic sensibility each October. This year's is no exception with the city's visual arts community paying tribute to the iconic, Lowell-born writer in several venues.   Read More >>
 
Louisa May Alcott's time-honored 1868 novel Little Women was given a musical makeover on Broadway in 2005, where it starred Sutton Foster as Jo and Maureen McGovern as Marmee. Theatre III of Acton is bringing the heart-warming story, based on Alcott's life growing up in Civil War-era Concord, to audiences as its fall production.   Read More >>
 
The Pollard Memorial Library presents Greg Flemming, author of "At the Point of a Cutlass, " on Thursday, Oct. 9, and Author Paul Marion talks about his newest release "Mill Power: The Origin and Impact of Lowell National Historic Park," on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at the LNHP Visitor Center.   Read More >>
 
Fall is in full swing in the Merrimack Valley and local venues are revved up and ready to entertain. The Luna Theater, Lowell's new independent movie house and performance/concert venue in Mill No. 5, has just released its October line-up, with a full range of indie flicks, music performances, horror shows and more to tempt your fancy for entertaining flicks and music with an edge.   Read More >>
 
 

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