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Ethel Merman was known as "La Merm" during her heyday when she reigned as the queen of Broadway musicals from the 1940s through the 1960s. An iconic diva, she was bold, brassy and sang with an inimitable Broadway belt that reached the rafters and brought audiences to their feet.   Read More >>
"Elements III, On and Off the Wall," a showcase of sculptured creations by Arts League of Lowell members, is on view through Sept. 28 at the ALL Gallery, 307 Market St., Lowell.   Read More >>
Get out your leather jackets, pull on your bobby socks and take a trip back in time to the '50s with Grease, playing at North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly from Aug. 12-24. One of Broadway's most popular musicals, Grease is the love story of bad boy Danny and good girl Sandy, who meet and fall in love in an all-new production.   Read More >>
"Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?" is one of childhood's most well known nursery rhymes. And the Whistler House Museum of Art puts that simple question to the test in its Art Quilts 2014 exhibition How Does Your Garden Grow?   Read More >>
As much as I've tried to embrace the modern style, there is something missing -- style and charm, namely -- when a table setting is absent a piece from the past.   Read More >>
I certainly love wearing heels and wedges, but there's nothing like flat sandals in the summertime. They keep your feet comfortable, your toes cool and they can be worn with anything.   Read More >>
Nothing beats spending time in a garden. It's restful, rejuvenating and life affirming. This month, 29 artists celebrate the joys of gardens and gardening in From The Ground Up, on view Aug. 9-Sept. 13 at the Brush Art Gallery and Artists Studios, 256 Market St.   Read More >>
She's practically perfect in every way -- Mary Poppins, that is, and she's settled in for a spell at the Ogunquit Playhouse, where she's starring in Mary Poppins, the musical that carries her name, through Aug. 30.   Read More >>
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NEW YORK (AP) — Like many girls, actress and singer Keke Palmer grew up dreaming of meeting a prince who would whisk her away to a life of love and happiness.   Read More >>
ACTON - Works by sculptor Jay Hungate, a Western Avenue Studios artist, are featured in the solo show Seeds of Flight at The Quarry at Contemporary Arts International, 68 Quarry Road.   Read More >>

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