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The dragon boats return to Lake Quinsigamond on Saturday with crews of 21 people to a large canoe-style boat — 20 paddlers, and one drummer.... [Read More]
Art and music will be the bedrock of the Second Annual Arts Festival at Stone Church in Gilbertville on Saturday. The festival will feature exhibits... [Read More]
Living history flies into Worcester Sept. 21-23 as the "Wings of Freedom Tour" will enable people to see and experience rare, fully restored World War... [Read More]
Thomas Gonzales and his community of Delacroix Island in Louisiana's coastal wetlands survived Hurricane Katrina but now have a new threat — hordes of monstrous 20-pound... [Read More]
WESTMINSTER — A Westminster man died from injuries he suffered in a two-car crash Friday night on Route 2.According to the state police, Craig Dougherty, 58,... [Read More]
The Massachusetts Tattoo Convention returns to the DCU Center with top tattoo artists who can leave an artistic statement on you. There will also be... [Read More]
When Southern/country rockers winningly strum through "Run Away From It All" on their latest album "Find A Light," you're inclined to agree with the sentiment... [Read More]
The Davis Mega Farm Festival in Sterling is sure to "a-maze." For one thing, the  world-renowned Davis Mega Maze now encompasses 8 acres of corn... [Read More]
As Drake Parker in the Nickelodeon hit series "Drake and Josh," Drake Bell played an aspiring musician. Now it's for real as Bell is on... [Read More]
WORCESTER — The local a cappella group Drive will be out and about Monday setting the "tenor" for The Broadway Tenors "Ultimate Broadway" show coming up... [Read More]
Worcester Pride Week includes the raising of the Pride flag at City Hall from 3 to 4 p.m.  Sept. 6 followed by the lighting of... [Read More]
ArtsWorcester's Material Needs 2018 is a group exhibition showcasing new artwork created by artists — Nathan Fiske, Amanda Gibson, Tom Grady, Kat O'Connor, Anne Rainey, Donna... [Read More]
Woldemar Neufeld was known as the "artist laureate of the East River" capturing the fine details of the bridges and buildings of New York City.... [Read More]
You may have green thumbs, but you should be careful where you put them at the Carnivorous Plant Show at Tower Hill Botanic Garden this... [Read More]
The Island Castaways Band will bring the easygoing sun-, sea- and fun-loving music and lifestyle personified by Jimmy Buffett to the Function Hall at Indian... [Read More]
Head to Wachusett Mountain this Labor Day weekend for the Mountain Music & Craft Beer Party. Five bands (including Ric Porter and Playback) will be... [Read More]
Country star Mark Wills will headline the music lineup at the Spencer Fair this weekend. Wills, whose hits include "19 Something" and "Don't Laugh at... [Read More]
Greek food (including Greek pastries), live Greek music and dancing, Greek souvenirs and market place — it can mean only one thing. The Greek Festival at... [Read More]
Worcester's cultural and artistic history involves many stories of openings and closings, restorations, revivals, re-closings, re-openings, reinventions and remakings. Opportunities for performers and artists have... [Read More]
WORCESTER — Worcester's cultural and artistic history involves many stories of openings and closings, restorations, revivals, reclosings, reopenings, reinventions and remakings.Opportunities for performers and artists have... [Read More]
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