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The next couple of months are packed. You won't be able to see it all -- the early Academy Award hopefuls, the based-on-real-life dramas, the seasonal scares and the family-friendly entries on the slate -- but there's a lot that looks tempting.   Read More >>
Merrimack Repertory Theatre -- the MRT -- turns the Big 4-0 this year. In the beginning, Merrimack Regional Theatre was a scrappy start-up on a shoestring budget staging plays at UMass Lowell's Mahoney Hall.   Read More >>
Amidst much anticipation, "Hamilton" arrives at the Boston Opera House for a run from Sept. 18 through Nov. 18. A mega-hit musical phenomenon, it has been close to a sellout for months. The biggest thing on Broadway in years, it's like "Cats," "Phantom of the Opera," "Les Miserables," "Rent" and "The Lion King" -- on steroids.   Read More >>
Whether it's a beer garden or a flower garden that you fancy, they've got you covered. The Trustees of Reservations oversee and preserve more than 100 properties in Massachusetts, making them available for public enjoyment throughout the year.   Read More >>
When it comes to public golf courses in The Sun's circulation region, one stands out among all the rest. Red Tail Golf Club, on the site of the old Fort Devens army base, is as beautiful a course as you will find anywhere north of Augusta.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Tickets are on sale for the first-ever The Town and The City Festival to be held at various venues in downtown Lowell on Oct. 19 and 20. The festival will celebrate the adventurous spirit of Lowell native Jack Kerouac in an event that features both locally based and national touring acts.   Read More >>
Just because the Lowell Folk Festival is over, it doesn't mean the fun is done. Another festival -- the Blues N' Brews -- is coming to JFK Plaza this year.   Read More >>
You don't have to be a thorough- bred horse-racing fan to enjoy life during the month of August in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. -- although it helps.   Read More >>
A decade ago, Paul Lambers picked up a hobby that was almost unheard of in the region. Nowadays, the pickleball court is a little more crowded. "When I started playing pickleball 10 years ago, there were, like, three or four people total who were playing it around the Merrimack Valley," said Lambers, a North Andover resident.   Read More >>
Sometimes the most powerful rides are of only a single horsepower. Bobby's Ranch in Westford is one of the last remaining places in the area where people can rent a horse by the hour and get a guided tour along gentle trails through shady forests and greener pastures.   Read More >>


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