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It's a big weekend for major shows opening at two regional art venues — Fitchburg Art Museum and Lowell's Brush Art Gallery and Studios. At the FAM, it's an art embarrassment of riches with three shows opening Friday, June 21.   Read More >>
If you've got 10 minutes to spare, Littleton's Cannon Theatre is ready to entertain you with its 10-Minute Play Festival of carefully curated short plays, on stage this weekend and next. A well-written short play is a delightful way to experience live theater in small doses.   Read More >>
Musicians in middle and high school from the Merrimack Valley, Central Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire will present a free concert for the public Friday, May 3, starting at 7:30 p.m., as part of the New England Youth Wind Ensembles Program at UMass Lowell.   Read More >>
CHELMSFORD -- Steel yourself for Brave New Players' upcoming presentation of Shakespeare's cursed and spellbinding tragedy, "Macbeth." Brave New Players is a first-year educational Shakespearean theater program for home-schooled youths ages 10-18, operated by the nonprofit LGBTQIA+ inclusive organization, Brave New Shakespeare.   Read More >>
If you've had the pleasure of following Dave McKean around the Acre or St. Patrick's Cemetery on walking tours, you know that he loves that section of the city and the subject of the history of Irish in Lowell.   Read More >>
CHELMSFORD -- Chelmsford High School will host ACA-POCALYPSE, a two-day a cappella event, on Friday, March 22, and Saturday, March 23, at CHS's Carl J. Rondina Performing Arts Center. The event will feature several a cappella groups from throughout the Boston area, including CHS's two award-winning a cappella groups, The Crescendos and The Thursdays, both of which will play both days.   Read More >>
On Thursday, Dec. 6, from 6 to 9 p.m., Chelmsford authors Dale T. Phillips and Ursula Wong will be at the annual Mystery Gala at the New England Mobile Book Fair, 241 Needham St., in Newton Upper Falls.   Read More >>
CONCORD -- The annual Concord Festival of Authors, celebrating the written and spoken word in a town famous for its literary history and commitment to lifelong learning, will run through the month of October.   Read More >>
What's more refreshing than a cool brew on a steamy summer night? Not much -- unless a little history is thrown into the mix to enhance the imbibing. The Concord Museum hosts a talk on the history of beer and a fun-filled beer-tasting Thursday, July 19, at 7 p.   Read More >>
The popular choice for Nashua Public Library's annual Nashua Reads: One City, One Book program is "Killers of the Flower Moon" by David Grann. With support from the Friends of Nashua Public Library and the Ella Anderson Trust, the author will come to Nashua to speak and answer questions about the book on Oct.   Read More >>


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