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Vocalist’s diverse repertoire ranges from classical to jazz

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Paxton – Vocalist Jean Mancini Gough of Paxton has developed an extensive musical repertoire ranging from classical to jazz....

Reflections from an actor, director, casting agent and caregiver

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Boston/Cambridge – Prepared with vast experience as an actor and theater director, Kevin Fennessy of Cambridge became even more...

Framingham woman brings history to life

By Brett Peruzzi After Framingham resident Libby Franck retired from a career as a children's librarian, she decided to her time to bringing to life characters from...

Historic hotel offers ‘Downton Abbey’ fans special offer

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Boston – Fans of Downton Abbey will soon be flocking to a spectacular new exhibit to be held at the...

‘Downton Abbey: The Exhibition’ now open in Boston for limited engagement

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Boston – When news broke that there will be a “Downton Abbey” movie out this summer, fans of the wildly...

Framingham man helps shape the next generation of local poets

By Brett Peruzzi, Contributing Writer Framingham resident Alan Feldman juggled his career as an English professor at Framingham State University with his avocation as a...

Documentary chronicles WBCN-FM’s revolutionary impact

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Cambridge/Boston – Now screening on the film festival circuit, the award-winning documentary “WBCN and the American Revolution” chronicles the...

Seasoned—a magazine geared to older adults —led by accomplished cookbook author

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor Cambridge - Growing up in Iowa in the 1950s, Doc (John) Willoughby had the unusual good fortune of tasting...

Marlborough Trailblazers group provides outings for active seniors

By Nance Ebert, Contributing Writer Marlborough - “The Trailblazers group is made up of seniors who work together to develop a program of activities throughout...

Former social worker succeeds as stand-up comedian and actor

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Boston – Stand-up comedian and actor Tony Viveiros of Boston’s Charlestown neighborhood redirected his career path from social worker...