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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 >>
Brian Dillon brought down the house when he played Gaston in "Beauty and the Beast" a dozen years ago at Dracut High School. He heard the applause, savored the acclaim and decided to pursue a career in musical theater.   Read More >>
Talk about a hard assignment: Go to a bunch of local ice-cream stands to find out where local ice-cream zealots like to go, what they like to order (cone? cup? sundae? frappe?), and what flavors you absolutely have to try.   Read More >>
Boston Calling is over with for another year, signaling the beginning of the summer concert season here in sunny (oops, rainy) (hold on a sec, kind of sunny, kind of rainy) New England. There are concerts galore this summer, and we're not just talking about the big let's-package-a-couple-of-old-and-boring-classic-hits-bands-together-and-charge-a-bundle arena shows (see Journey and Def Leppard   Read More >>
For details on these and more listings, visit Art/Exhibits Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy -- 3 Chapel Ave, Andover; Convergence: Anila Quayyum Agha, Lalla Essaydi, Yun-Fei Ji, and Fred Han Chang Liang; through July 31. Chelmsford Center for the Arts -- 1 North Road.   Read More >>
Whatever forces drove out the drive-ins in America, they failed to reach southern New Hampshire. The Milford Drive-In movie theater complex still enjoys a robust popularity after 50 years in the outdoor film industry.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Canal boat tours begin Memorial Day weekend at Lowell National Historical Park. Cruise the 19th-century canals by boat and ride a trolley through the historic downtown. Canal boat tours begin for the 2018 season Saturday.   Read More >>
Twelve melodic voices will come together this month for a benefit concert in town. The a cappella group Skylark will woo the audience at the All Saints' Episcopal Church with love songs of the 19th century.   Read More >>
Some beaches are so peaceful that even the seagulls whisper and the crabs walk on tiptoe. Others are a symphony of laughter, car horns and music. In fact, there are as many factors to consider when choosing a beach to visit this summer as there are beaches to choose from.   Read More >>


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