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While Memorial Day is known as the time to reflect and remember veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice, for motor racing fans, the Sunday before is the biggest day of the year with two of the three racing series driving on their most historic tracks.   Read More >>
But Memorial Day signals the official start of scrumptious barbecue season. That's when we give our grills the deep clean they deserve and start gathering new recipes to wow our friends. No matter how you grill — over gas or wood and charcoal — it's time for simple tips and fresh recipes to keep your guests sated all summer long.   Read More >>
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Show your teamwork1 Community Teamwork Inc.'s Spring Celebration, "Leading the Way Home," is tonight, 5:30-8:30, at the James Houlares Early Learning Center, 126 Phoenix Ave., Lowell. ($106). Speakers include CTI's Connie Martin, Bernadette Wheeler and Karen Frederick, and honorees are Mayor Bill Samaras, state Sen.   Read More >>
Thursday, May 23Read to Your Bunny Story Time: 10 a.m.; Leominster Public Library, 30 West St. Ages 12-24 months. 978-534-7522. Genealogy Help: 12:30-4 p.m.; Fitchburg Public Library, 610 Main St. Volunteers help with your family tree and ancestry research.   Read More >>
Some of the holiest places in the area are not necessarily churches. There are dozens of miniature-golf courses lying around eastern and central Massachusetts, and the season is upon us. Although the courses are smaller, the challenge is as big as links golf — with none of that tedious walking and club-toting.   Read More >>
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Roses are among the oldest flowers in cultivation, although many have earned a reputation as fussy or difficult to grow. Some of the newer shrub rose hybrids, however, are disease-resistant, carefree and repeat-blooming -- just the qualities novice gardeners love.   Read More >>
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Historical Piano Concerts returns SundayASHBURNHAM — The fourth concert in Historical Piano Concerts' 34th Spring Season departs from the series' usual policy of using a piano of the kind the composer would recognize.   Read More >>
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DracutArts' next event will be held Friday, May 31, and Saturday, May 1. An art show opens the event May 31, from 4 to 9 p.m., featuring the works of astrophotographer Ed Ting, a well-known amateur astronomer.   Read More >>
NEW YORK — A new museum opening at the Statue of Liberty is giving visitors another opportunity to explore its history and the impact the iconic structure has had on the world. The 26,000-square-foot (2,415-square-meter) museum on Liberty Island, scheduled to open to the public on Thursday, is the new home for the statue's original torch and other artifacts which had previously been in a   Read More >>
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Lowell-based rockers Green Piece have released a new album, "Whatever," which is out on all platforms. The album contains what the band calls its ode to Boston rock and, specifically, The Cars, a song called "Stacy's Dad.   Read More >>


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