Who ya gonna call?
Hey kids, let's buy the creepiest house we can find and move in! So, presumably, said Roger and Carolyn Perron to their five daughters. And boy, did they deliver. Their dilapidated farm...
Sights and sounds of the shores
John Mock's art revolves around one thing – coastlines. A fan of all things aquatic starting at a young age, Mock has spent his adult life creating music and capturing photos of his muse. Showcasing both his talents, the Charlton Arts & Activities Center will host Mock as he presents his multimedia maritime concert "From the Shoreline" on July 28.
Full of blues
What were you doing in 1968? Well, me, I was a 14-year-old kid being hypnotized by the Beatles, leading the British pop invasion. Somewhere, among the many music-filled garages of New England, was a young, aspiring band called Roomful of Blues, getting their kicks on blues and jump swing. Now, an amazing 45 years later, they are still at it, having unfolded a stellar career, which has brought them major accolades from critics and audiences alike.
Art in the Park 2013
Art in the Park, an outdoor installation of 20 sculptures in Elm Park, will return this year, gracing the newly-renovated park with a wide variety of artwork. 2013 marks Art in the Park's fifth year and its first biennial after a 2012 hiatus. The show will feature 18 different artists, including four from the Worcester area and some from as far away as upstate New York.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
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