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New Somerville MBTA station will feature Boston painter’s artwork in glass

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor Boston - Geometric forms embedded in glass — balanced in position and color — will adorn the outside elevator...

Vintage car collector has followed a long and winding road

By Brett Peruzzi, Contributing Writer Salem - Bob DeSantis, a life-long resident of Salem and the president of the North Shore Old Car Club, bought his...

Bassist shares music and health passions with multiple generations

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor  North Shore – David Landoni of Danvers began his career as a bassist touring on the road nationally and...

Jürgen Lobert – a chemist with a camera explores the night world

By Peg Lopata, Contributing writer Medway - Jürgen Lobert is a night and day man, a man of two lives. His daytime occupation is as...

South Boston activist uses art as a threshold to build community

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Boston – South Boston artist Michael Dowling felt compelled to complement his successful career as a painter with creative...

Storyteller focuses on Cape Cod shipwrecks, storms, rum runners and other historical events

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor   Northbridge/South Dennis - Growing up in northern New Jersey, Don Wilding visited Cape Cod when he was four, but...

Ann Szerlip, from computers to flames and glass

By Peg Lopata, Contributing Writer  Newton Highlands - Can a successful career software systems salesperson turn into an equally successful glassworker? Hard to see the...

Former Shrewsbury resident is finally living her dream

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury/Cambridge – Former Shrewsbury resident Deb Peeples, 63, recently returned from a month-long residency at the Vermont Studio Center,...

Boston actor overcomes challenge to work stage, film and TV jobs

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Boston – Getting work can be a challenge for any actor. For Bill Mootos of Boston, he manages to...

Talking Information Center helps connect visually impaired to the world around them

By Nance Ebert, Contributing Writer  Marshfield- Founded in June 1978, the Talking Information Center (TIC) is a nonprofit reading service for those who are blind...