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SALEM -- Ghouls and goblins. Psy- chics and sorcerers. The cobblestoned streets of Salem have been spooked with these magical mischief makers all month. It's a family-friendly affair, with something for everyone to do.   Read More >>
LITTLETON -- On Tuesday, Oct. 24, the Littleton Country Gardeners will present Betty Sanders, a lifetime master gardener and past president of the Garden Club Federation of Massachusetts. Sanders is an accredited flower-show judge and a dynamic lecturer for numerous organizations.   Read More >>
For details on these and more listings, visit Children Discovery Museums -- 177 Main St., Acton (programs are free with admission unless noted). Take Aparts Art!; Fri., Oct. 20, 2-4:30 p.   Read More >>
I've never been comfortable about being on the high seas, so when my wife suggested we take the first ship cruise of our 26-year marriage, I balked. Then our friends suggested a wine riverboat cruise to Bordeaux -- an idea that seemed enticing.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- There are dueling reunions this Saturday, Oct. 14. The Lowell High School Class of 1967 will hold its 50th Reunion Get Together from 6 to 11:30 p.m., at Lenzi's, 810 Merrimack Ave. (Route 110), in Dracut.   Read More >>
For details on these and more listings, visit Art/Exhibits Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy -- 3 Chapel Ave, Andover. Seen and Unseen, Invisible Citings: Elaine Reichek and Jeanne Silverthorne, through Dec.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Rich wine, craft beer, live music and local eateries are all coming together for three days of fun in downtown Lowell.   Read More >>
Nothing says summertime in New England like a heaping plate of fried clams. We're talking the whole-belly variety -- none of this clam-strip business. That's for amateurs. Those juicy, crispy clams are best when they're spritzed with a bit of lemon and piled on top of French fries.   Read More >>
CONCORD -- Minute Man National Historical Park has planned an eventful July, including meeting Abigail Adams, touring The Wayside neighborhood, celebrate Independence Day and experiencing the world of a British soldier.   Read More >>
LOWELL -- Kegs of Guinness are at the ready. Jameson Irish Whiskey and Baileys Irish Cream are flying off the shelves.   Read More >>


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