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For all the talk about how 2017 has to be better than 2016, at the movies it will be much like the previous year. And the year before that, and the year before that, and so on.   Read More >>
 
TEWKSBURY -- Thinking of starting off 2017 like you're in the 1950s? The '50s were a time when tunes were played on vinyl records or boomed through the well-used jukebox. A time when clothes was modest, but playful.   Read More >>
 
The winter of our discontent is upon us. It follows swiftly on the tail of the worst year on record -- or at least the past decade -- with its nasty politics, worrisome world events and over-the-top number of notable deaths.   Read More >>
 
Looking for a way to ring in the New Year? There's always the traditional First Night events in Boston and Worcester that are fun for the whole family.   Read More >>
 
New Year's Eve is a time not only for looking back at the year that is about to end, but looking forward to hopefully better and brighter days ahead.   Read More >>
 
Cozy up to a good read with one of these staff picks.   Read More >>
 
To understand the impact that Star Wars has had on our culture, you only need to look at what the highest grossing films of all time were before George Lucas unleashed his 1977 space opera on the world.   Read More >>
 
'Breaking the WWII Code' at Chelmsford Library; NECC professor to share new technology in Wilmington   Read More >>
 
CHELMSFORD -- On Friday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m., "Trio Now" will hold a CD release/concert party at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts, 1 North Road. Join Pianist, Steve Hunt, Bruce Getz on bass and Jack Diefendorf on drums for an evening of jazz.   Read More >>
 
AMHERST, N.H. -- Create an evergreen wreath while enjoying refreshments in the wine cellar at the Labelle Winery Holiday Bazaar on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 10 a.m. or 1 p.m. No experience is needed. Beaver Brook Association's education director will help guide you to create a wreath that suits your needs.   Read More >>
 
 

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