Culture:

Strokes of Surrealism

Painter Dave Martsolf Takes a New Direction With His Latest Works Dave Martsolf has been honing his craft as an abstract visual art for almost 50 years. Inside his home studio in Windham, New Hampshire, Martsolf has explored a wide variety of media, including painting, digital art and photography. His latest series, a collection of abstract… Read More

Jaden Mendola

Eight Great Things to Do This Weekend – 5/30/19

ONE: 2019 Grecian Festival Experience the best of Greek food, dancing, shopping and culture this Friday and Saturday at the Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Lowell. Cooking demos, guided church tours, raffle prizes, live music and much more will be included in this weekend of festive celebration. TWO: Wellness on the Walkways: Downtown Photography Walk Do you love… Read More

Jaden Mendola

Little Bites, Big Flavor

Bocaditos Comes to the Revolving Test Kitchen  The Revolving Test Kitchen (RTK) incubator program was launched in 2016. Its first graduate, Ray Gonzalez, went on to establish CocoRay’s, a restaurant on Parker Street in Lawrence that continues to serve his trademark Puerto Rican and Mexican fusion cuisine. Danny Torres, RTK’s second graduate and the chef… Read More

Andrew Klim

Book Review – Underland By Robert Macfarlane

What is the relationship between the work of scientists and that of writers, artists and poets? Whether describing the evolutionary purpose of underground fungal systems or trying to identify the best way to communicate the dangers of our buried nuclear waste to future generations, celebrated nature writer Robert Macfarlane asks, explores and, dare I say, answers… Read More

Alise Wascom
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