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If you are selling your home or if you have sold a home recently, you know what home staging is all about.   Read More >>
 
LOWELL -- An all-too-familiar autumnal chill has returned to the air, and the trees have all blushed with burnt orange and red.   Read More >>
 
The rise of normcore has given us a plethora of comfortable choices for our fall style. Among those is sweatshirts. Yes, you heard me, sweatshirts are in style. The best thing about fall is being cozy, and now you can simultaneously be chic and snug-as-a-bug.   Read More >>
 
An arboretum in Acton. Who knew? The ongoing effort of many Acton community groups maintains and improves 64 acres of public park located in the center of town. Walking trails meander through gardens, woodland and wetland.   Read More >>
 
Nothing beats curling up with a good book on a crisp morning or frosty night. And whether you crave history, mystery or memoir, new offerings from area authors promise hours of reading enjoyment.   Read More >>
 
"World War II Victory Gardens" in Devens, "The River that Runs Through our Gate City in Nashua," and cemetery tour in Tewksbury.   Read More >>
 
On my way at 5:30 a.m., the plan was to catch a rising sun over the Quabbin Reservoir. An hour and a half later, I was standing on the 2,640 foot-long Winsor Dam but couldn't see it.   Read More >>
 
The city of Lowell has made a concerted effort over the years to not only embrace, but celebrate the life and work of its most famous Beat Generation author, Jack Kerouac.   Read More >>
 
Yves Saint Laurent didn't say, "I wish I had invented blue jeans," for nothing. Denim is versatile and it works with everything -- it's the staple of all staples. There's nothing more classic than a pair of jeans.   Read More >>
 
Widely known as an educational farm, Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary is a Audubon property also offering more than four miles of walking trails. Mass Audubon maintains more than 50 sanctuaries in Massachusetts, many of which have staffed visitor's centers.   Read More >>
 
 

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