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NEWBURY, N.H. -- Dazzling displays of exceptional fine craft by talented artisans, outstanding exhibits, and numerous demonstrations and hands-on workshops await visitors at the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen's 85th annual Craftsmen's Fair, held over nine days, from Saturday, Aug.   Read More >>
Midsummer boredom will set in pretty soon, if it hasn't already. And for kids, that means one thing -- there's nothing to do. But local theaters have an answer to their whiny refrain with an array of fun shows to keep kids entertained.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- The Lowell Summer Music Series provides free family entertainment on Wednesdays and Thursdays this summer at Boarding House Park. Following is the schedule. DAVEY THE CLOWN Thursday July 12, 2018 11:00 AM Silly juggling, amazing magic, incredible unicycle tricks, balloon sculpture, wacky antics, audience participation and a rubber chicken.   Read More >>
BOSTON -- WERS 88.9 FM, Emerson College's public radio station, will host its first-ever Wicked Good Festival, featuring free performances from Bleachers, Buffalo Tom, Juliana Hatfield, Air Traffic Controller and more to be announced.   Read More >>
It began as one man's story and became America's music. And now it's a rousing Broadway musical entitled, appropriately, "Motown The Musical." The American-dream-come-true story of Motown founder Berry Gordy's journey from featherweight boxer to heavyweight music mogul plays the Boston Opera House June 12-17.   Read More >>
NASHUA, N.H. -- After a brilliant Bach's Lunch Concert performance in 2015, violinist Egle Jarkova returns to open the 2018 series Wednesday, June 27, at noon at Nashua Public Library, 2 Court St. In her earlier appearance at the library, Egle Jarkova was accompanied by pianist Rui Urayama.   Read More >>
"Sister, Sister." Denise Fennell answers to that name, and it brings back memories of days spent in Catholic school in the hit show "Late Nite Catechism," playing Lowell Memorial Auditorium on Saturday, June 2.   Read More >>
May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month -- and to recognize that Lowell's Asian American Heritage Exhibition is on view through June 7 at the Brush Art Gallery and Studios, 256 Market St., Lowell. Sovanna Pouv of the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association conceived the idea for the exhibit, and the CMAA, along with the Angkor Dance Troupe, SayDaNar Community Development Center, George Chen and   Read More >>
Get out your hair lacquer and teasing comb. "Hairspray" is coming to town, thanks to Peacock Players & Company, which brings the hit Broadway musical to life over the next two weekends at the Janice B.   Read More >>
Each spring, Lowell's Image Theatre shines the spotlight on talented female playwrights in its "Fem Noire Festival of Women Playwrights." Created several years ago by Image's co-founder Ann Garvin, this year's fest, on Friday-Saturday, May 4-5, at 8 p.   Read More >>