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Photographer Art Ferrier is busier than ever -- and that makes him happy. Ferrier, whose studio is at Lowell's Western Avenue Studios, has two solo shows opening in February -- one at Pepperell's Lawrence Library and the other at Bishop's Legacy Restaurant in Lowell.   Read More >>
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CHELMSFORD -- On Saturday, Feb. 13, 1-4 p.m., the Chelmsford Center for the Arts's Artists-in-Residence Open House program continues. Visitors can talk with Rita Thompson, Donna Berger and Trina Treele, and catch up with their latest projects.   Read More >>
Photo by Meghan Moore
Baseball tugs at the heartstrings of many people, young and old -- and playwright Mat Smart is one of them. He shares his passion for America's favorite pastime in "Tinker to Evers to Chance," opening in its regional premiere at Merrimack Repertory Theatre Feb. 10-March 6.   Read More >>
Celebrate the Year of the Monkey at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts on Saturday, Feb. 6. Throughout the day, enjoy free admission and programs that include Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean traditions to reign in the Lunar New Year.   Read More >>
It's been 50 years since Adrienne Barbeau hit the road in a musical tour. And, while she's older and wiser now, the affable actress and best-selling author couldn't say "no," when she was offered the role of Berthe in "Pippin," playing the Boston Opera HouseFeb. 2-14.   Read More >>
"Once upon a time..." Most fairytales begin with these four words. And just in time for Valentines Day, a special fairytale unfolds at the Loading Dock Gallery at Lowell's Western Avenue Studios, 122 Western Avenue.   Read More >>
CHELMSFORD -- On Sunday, Jan. 31, the Composer Focus group brings "Mozart?" to the stage at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1A North Road. Composer Focus is a classical concert series, specializing in 20th and 21st century chamber music for piano and strings.   Read More >>
It was unsinkable -- or so they thought -- until the Titanic struck an iceberg on that fateful night in April 1912. And then it did sink, taking almost two-thirds of its passengers, more than 1,500 people with it to a watery grave.   Read More >>
The holidays are a memory, and Valentine's Day slinks onto the horizon. But it's not all hearts and flowers, at least in the eyes of artists at Ayer Lofts Gallery, who look at the dark side of love in Love & Murder: Art to Die For!   Read More >>
Joseph, the Old Testament hero made famous for his coat of many colors, is also a musical theater star in his own enduring show -- Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber.   Read More >>

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