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WESTFORD -- Since 1982, Barbara Peacock has been snapping photos around Westford. Using at least nine cameras, she said she has captured glimpses of what people in a small town do with their time.   Read More >>
Photo/Joan Marcus
Cody Jamison Strand giggles a bit when he talks about Elder Arnold Cunningham, the naïve, nerdy Mormon missionary character he plays in The Book of Mormon, on stage at Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre Sept.   Read More >>
Lowell artists share their talents in vibrant new shows that perk up the senses as summer turns into early fall. The Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Studios features Form and Color/Felt Paint Stitch, a vivid show with works by Susan Garry, Maureen Baker and Ann Lee.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- It's a sad day in Lowell for music fans. For the first time in 35 years, the Banjo & Fiddle Contest, which typically closes out the Lowell Summer Music Series, will not be held, due to the Lowell National Historical Park not having   Read More >>
Sun/Ryan McBride
LOWELL -- Sean Daniels knew he belonged at Merrimack Repertory Theatre last fall when he overheard audience members chatting in the lobby during intermission.   Read More >>
It's sad to say, but summer is fading. However, there are opportunities in downtown Lowell this weekend to enjoy its glory and learn a little in the process. The Lowell Walks Series, one of the season's hottest tickets, takes an artful interval on Saturday, Aug.   Read More >>
Photo by Jay Goldsmith
It was a once in a lifetime event when Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis got together for an impromptu, one time only, jam session on Dec. 4, 1956, at Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tenn.   Read More >>
Jim McNamara got hooked on Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys when he tuned in to The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries on TV in the late 1970s. Soon after, he was reading the books on which the popular series was based and became more captivated.   Read More >>
It's been quite a year for Broadway actor Steven Booth. First, he married the love of his life, his actress wife Molly. And as they prepared for their honeymoon in Hawaii, he was cast as Charlie Price in the national tour of "Kinky Boots," playing the Boston Opera House through Aug.   Read More >>
Fruitlands Museum screens "Greenway Heroes: Profiles in Land Conservation" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19, as part of its Food for Thought Film Series. Produced by Susan Edwards of Pepperell and co-directed by Joy Reo of Westford, the film tells the stories of three landowners who donated, sold or set up conservation easements to protect their family land for the common good.   Read More >>

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