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Growing up in Lowell, Gary Hoey always loved Christmas. Opening presents. Santa Claus. The holiday cartoons. The music.   Read More >>
Excited for Thanksgiving but not looking forward to all of the meal prep and cleanup? Whether you're looking for dinner out, a fully catered meal or yummy side dishes to add pizzazz, there are plenty of local farms, small and chain restaurants that offer all of the turkey and fixings you desire, with little to no effort on your part.   Read More >>
Let's face it: No matter how well-versed one is in the world of craft beer, opinions on what's great and what isn't are truly subjective. There's no right or wrong.   Read More >>
Deep within the twisted woods of Westford lurks a witches' coven that meets in secret every October to practice dark sorcery, releasing tortured ghouls seeking helpless prey to drag away into the cool, crisp night.   Read More >>
Federated Church of Ayer -- 21 Washington St. Haunted House, Fri., Oct. 26, 4-6 p.m. for kids' trick-or-treating, 6-9 p.m. for Halloween Spooktacular; $3 for 10 and younger, $5 for 11 and older; hosted by ASRHS Drama Club; 978-772-2545.   Read More >>
Chris Porter grew up in Lowell, graduated from Lowell High School in 1983, then went off to chase his musical dreams. That journey took him across the country, starting in Boston, where he worked for a couple local rock clubs at the time, all the way to Seattle, where he helped put together and promote Bumbershoot, an annual Labor Day weekend festival that has become, in its 47-year   Read More >>
HARVARD -- The 47th annual Harvard Flea Market boasts that it's the largest such event north of Boston. And with a lineup of 175 vendors for this year's event on Saturday, it's easy to see why.   Read More >>
DRACUT -- Parker Memorial Library will host the "The Great Dracut Bake-Off" on Saturday, Oct. 6. All local bakers are invited to compete. All you have to do is bake any book-themed cake and bring it to the library's meeting room by noon.   Read More >>
Trevor Noah has been to every state in the country, but next month, Lowell will welcome him for the first time. The comedian and late-night host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central will perform at the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Friday, Oct.   Read More >>
A Sun Staff Report What's not to love about breakfast? Forget all that talk about it being the most important meal. It's the best meal. Eggs over easy, sunny-side up, scrambled or poached. Sausage, either links or patties.   Read More >>


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