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Jack Kerouac: Alive in Lowell Again

Sun. Oct. 14  Last day! ack Kerouac is Lowell’s favorite son. Maybe he wasn’t back when he lived and wrote there – remember he rather famously left town from 1947-50 researching "On the Road" – but he sure is somebody the old mill city can celebrate today, this being the …

From Paris to Boston: The MFA Does Fashion

 March 18 Last day! Some have no heads, some have heads looking downward with blank expressions, some have their heads covered with mesh masks. They are the 100 or so slender, white mannequins who are taking up the space at the Gund Gallery at the Museum of Fine Arts through …

David Rosen: Art as Therapy, Healing, Protest

ongoing – Feb. 7    “Nothing will bring you closer to reality than facing your own mortality,” says artist David Rosen.        This is something he knows intimately.  We caught up with the 50-year-old South African native and Somerville resident as he was hosting a party in January, celebrating his art …

Roger Miller: More Art …

ongoing It’s not enough that Roger Miller sings and plays guitar with Mission of Burma and plays keyboards with soundtrack masters Alloy Orchestra. He also plays in the duo Binary System. And he’s an artist, as in the "painting pictures" kid. Miller describes it as "paint and color, those curious …