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LOWELL -- We've gotten plenty of the bad parts of winter, the backbreaking shoveling, bone-chilling cold, snow banks that dwarf our cars and make streets into narrow alleyways.   Read More >>
Snowcapped peaks rose into deep blue sky as we drove to Great Glen Outdoor Center for cross-country skiing. Clouds gathered as the day aged, but early on it was crystal clear. The previous day we snowshoed on a backcountry trail behind the Outdoor Center.   Read More >>
It was revealed at Chanel's Spring 2015 Haute Couture show that Kristen Stewart, Vanessa Paradis and Alice Dellal would be the new faces of a handbag campaign. The campaign has arrived, and its sophistication is on point with the timeless brand.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Jack Kerouac's 93rd birthday will be celebrated on Friday and Saturday, March 6-7. On Friday, March 6, at 7 p.m., following a private afternoon worshop with musician and composer David Amram and playwright Jeff Robinson at United Teen Equality Center on Warren Street, Robinson's One-Man Play on the Life and Work of Charlie "Bird" Parker will be presented.   Read More >>
A prominent editor in the community told me last week he was happy to see I was still writing my column.   Read More >>
With Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week now across the pond, the industry has rounded up the top street-style trends. It's clear from the show what went on inside the tents and showrooms, but the chic showgoers play a tremendous role in forecasting trends to come and expressing the true fashions of the season.   Read More >>
Every year, in February, I spend a few days in the White Mountains embracing the season. It's my winter ritual. I've heard that ritual relieves stress. Gliding across groomed trails in the snowy landscape creates some appreciation for the stuff I've spent so much time raking from my roof this winter.   Read More >>
LITTLETON -- On Saturday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m., the film "Dear White People" will be screened at First Church Unitarian, 19 Foster St. This film is a satire that follows the stories of four black students at an Ivy League college where a riot breaks out over a popular "African-American" themed party thrown by white students.   Read More >>
Lighting plays a very important role when decorating a space. It is one of the key elements when planning activities that will occur in a newly designed room.   Read More >>
DEVENS -- An Armed Forces Information and Education film about the history of the Korean War and a brand new short film highlighting Fort Devens and the Museum make up the Fort Devens Museum's free program on Saturday, Feb.   Read More >>


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