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"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 >>
LOWELL -- The Merrimack Repertory Theatre ends its 2017-2018 season with a high-energy, high-decibel world premiere dedicated to that unsung superhero -- Mom. "The Villains' Supper Club" follows a day in the life of Galactic Girl, a new mother returning to work from maternity leave.   Read More >>
WESTFORD -- The Robin Flynn Team at Keller Williams Realty is collecting new and gently used household goods, furniture and appliances to help low-income families live with comfort and dignity. Project Home Again partners with social services to empower their clients, many of whom are on the verge of becoming self-sufficient, to take the next step of setting up comfortable homes for themselves   Read More >>
Like most working moms with young kids today, Lila Rose Kaplan juggles work and family and is something of a superhero -- just like Galactic Girl in Kaplan's world-premiere play "The Villains Supper Club" on stage at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, April 25-May 20.   Read More >>
Claire Gagnon brings great joy to her art work, whether she's creating beautiful landscapes or teaching painting and drawing to students of all ages and expertise. Gagnon will share her work and demonstrate palette-knife painting at the Chelmsford Art Society meeting Wednesday, April 25, at 7 p.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Earth Day is observed every April 22 across the globe to raise awareness about environmental protection and sustainability. But in Lowell, the celebration is bigger than just a single day. Since 2016, community partners, including UMass Lowell, have expanded to offer eco-conscious activities and educational events across the city throughout the month of April.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- For the final play in its 2017-18 season, Merrimack Repertory Theatre will premiere "The Villains' Supper Club," a new comedy by playwright Lila Rose Kaplan, whose 2016 play, "Home of the Brave," was the best-selling world premiere in MRT history.   Read More >>