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Achieving mission to merge music and visual art

Grafton/Scituate – Lennie Peterson began striving to blend his passions for music and visual art when he grew up in Grafton and has continued through his relocation to Scituate. He’s now sharing his experience of working multiple decades as a musician, visual artist and arts educator via public speaking engagements.
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‘Period, End of Sentence’

Anita Diamant, bestselling author, continues to advocate for women By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor Newton - When COVID-19 hit last winter, Massachusetts-based author Anita Diamant...

Debate continues on state’s driver safety reform

When it comes to a new safe driving bill in Massachusetts, Saugus resident John Andreucci, 71, is adamantly opposed to any legislation that targets a specific age group.

Ultralight pioneer finds his muse at Crow Island Airpark in Stow

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor  Stow - The course of Rob Albright’s life changed when he met Rick Kemp, his ex-girlfriend’s husband. During the...

The wisdom of the old toaster oven

My husband and I arrived at our new house, in a new town, on a wintry night, just after a blizzard and before a raging rainstorm – not an auspicious welcome to our new life.
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Boston broadcaster relishes role sharing sports with rural, suburban New England fans

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Boston - Boston sports anchor Tom Caron speaks fondly of his now longtime employers at the New England Sports Network...

Reading Nooks – Making the most of a small space

Reading in a cozy chair is still desirable for a lot of people. Though you may be sitting with your Kindle instead of a bound text, the expression "curled up with a book" sounds so much more appealing than proclaiming that you are getting comfortable with your iPad. Right?

Fireworks by Grucci, Lighting up Boston’s skies since 1976

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor When nearly a half a million people gather in Boston for the July 4 festivities each year, they know that...

Crossing career paths with longtime musician friends

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Hudson/Stow – Singer-guitarist Tom Yates of Stow has been performing professionally since attending Hudson High School, where he graduated...

Grandpops sing at Retired Men’s Club of Arlington and beyond

Arlington – The Retired Men’s Club of Arlington (RMCA) offers a number of unique activities including the Singing Grandpops, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. The vocal group performs regularly at senior centers, civic clubs, nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Its musical director, Frank Vaughan, has been active with the group since its founding in 1990.