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It's been almost 60 years since I Love Lucy left the CBS airwaves, but thanks to the enduring popularity of Lucille Ball and her slapstick comedy, it continues to pop up not only in reruns, but in primetime specials, including one this past weekend.   Read More >>
It's Memorial Day weekend, the start of the summer season even if there's another month before it officially arrives on the calendar. And with summer comes the re-opening of favorite seasonal stages offering lighter musicals and comedies.   Read More >>
More than 80 bold, beautiful fabric faces are featured in The Fabric of Our Lives on display through May 28 at the Mogan Cultural Center, 40 French St., Lowell. Lowell High School students created the colorful self-portraits using fabrics, buttons, zippers and other embellishments, under the guidance of local artist Margot Stage.   Read More >>
When most people think of the word "Samurai," it immediately conjures a certain image in their minds.   Read More >>
Lowell's having a fling -- a spring fling that is -- on Saturday, May 16. And part of the fun is figuring out which events to sample, since a full menu of offerings is available.   Read More >>
Cinderella, that favorite childhood classic, gains new life as a musical in The Slipper and The Rose, playing May 15-June 6 at The Cannon Theatre in Littleton. Richard and Robert Sherman (Mary Poppins, Chitty-Chitty Bang-Bang) wrote the lush, romantic score that was nominated for both the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award.   Read More >>
NEW YORK -- Ashby resident Jazmine Richardson will make her film animator and director debut this weekend at the Dusty Film and Animation Festival in Manhattan.   Read More >>
It's time for the ladies to show off and strut their stuff. And it takes place at the annual Femnoire Festival presented by Image Theater Company on Friday-Saturday, May 15-16, at 8 p.m., at the Whistler House Museum of Art, 243 Worthen St.   Read More >>
Lowell is a city of infinite images. From its brick mills, riverbanks and canals to its church spires, green spaces, gritty neighborhoods and vintage mansions, it offers inspiration and ideas to the artists who live and work here.   Read More >>
HARVARD -- The Cronin Auditorium at The Bromfield School, will be one of six regional sites to will host the Massachusetts Educational Guild's Middle School Drama Festival on Saturday, May 2. Participation in the annual one-day drama festival provides students with the unique opportunity to share their work with other member schools.   Read More >>

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