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Hanover Theatre to Celebrate Legacy of Music Worcester

Stasia Hovensian was the executive director of Music Worcester for almost 39 years and oversaw many beneficial changes.

The Hanover Theatre will be honoring the Legacy of Music Worcester this Sunday as part of the ongoing Access Hanover Lyceum

Organize + Energize: 10 Ways to Have the Best Yard Sale Ever

It's yard sale season. It’s time to go through every room in your home. Get rid of anything that is no longer...

Dear John: An Affair To Forget

Dear John, My father passed away a while back. I recently received an email from an aunt (my mother’s sister – my...

Clinton Singer Amanda Cote Achieving Early Success

Amanda Cote performing at Greendale's Pub. Photo courtesy of Richard Paul Hoyer.

Clinton's Amanda Cote is an up and coming star on the Central Mass music circuit. She started her professional performing career relatively recently under...

Jules and Rascal Runs To Benefit Dana-Farber

Proceeds from this event for kids and adults alike goes to fund cancer research.

The 4th annual Jules and Rascal Runs for Dana-Farber cancer research will take place on June 8th at the Pappas Recreation Complex in Auburn

Worcester’s Elijah Divine Shows Versatile Talents as an MC

One of Worcester's most talented performers. Photo courtesy of Handz On Ent.

Worcester's MC Elijah Divine is one of the city's most respected, well-known and versatile hip hop and electronic dance music artists

Acclaimed Author Anne Fadiman Will Address Holy Cross Commencement

Acclaimed author and essayist Anne Fadiman will receive and honorary degree and address graduates at Holy Cross Commencement on May 24.

Anne Fadiman, acclaimed author, essayist, and teacher, will receive an honorary degree from the College of the Holy Cross and address this year’s...

Salvation Army to Host “Give & Get” Sale During Salvation Army Week

National Salvation Army Week honors the great work of the charitable organization.

The Salvation Army will be holding a special “Give and Get” sale that will run during National Salvation Army Week

Matt Espeut’s Fit For Life: How To Get Michelle Obama’s Arms

Curls works the biceps muscle, and you can vary curl patterns with either dumbbells, a fixed bar or cable curls, as Torey van Ahnen is doing here.

In April, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons released its cosmetic and reconstructive surgery statistics. $11 billion was spent in the US last year on cosmetic...

Nine Clark Undergraduates Receive Steinbrecher Fellowships

(far left) Marcy (Steinbrecher) Puklin ’80, her dad, Stephen Steinbrecher ’55 (sixth from left) and Alan Puklin ’81 (right) pose with this year’s Fellows. (Not pictured: Jennifer K. O’Rourke ’14)

Nine Clark University undergraduate students were recently named Steinbrecher Fellows; all will undertake projects this summer and during the 2013-2014 academic year

Worcester Historical Museum to Host Civil War Discussion Series

A famous painting of the Civil War Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest single-day battle in American history.

Worcester Historical Museum will host a scholar-lead reading and discussion series for public audiences starting on May 18 and lasting through June of 2013.

Two More Exciting Concerts Scheduled for Indian Ranch

The legendary Kenny Rogers. Photo: ACT1/Wikimedia Commons

Kenny Rogers and Sara Evans are the two most recent artists to be scheduled for the Indian Ranch Summer Concert Series in Webster.

Getting Out: Happy Hour in Central Mass

Wings are an essential part of many happy hour menus. Photo: David Spinks/flickr

Whether you want a quick, relaxing drink, a small snack or even a full meal after work or on the weekend, restaurant and bar happy...

Catch Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody With Your WOO Card

The weekend is fast approaching, and GoLocalWorcester brings you the best places to use your WOO Card around town for discounts and WOO Points.

Newport Manners + Etiquette: Mother’s Day Etiquette

Whether she's your mother by marriage or birth, her special day this weekend can bring out the worst in you both. Etiquette comes to the rescue.

Mother's Day Etiquette is about giving mom what she wants.You! Understandably, Mother's Day dilemmas have been on the minds of most us...

Worcester’s Sarah Williams Perfects Clay and Ceramics Art

Big Coffee Cup by Sarah Williams, Ceramic, 3.5' x 4'

For Worcester's Sarah Williams, any object in the world, even the most simple or mundane, can be turned into something both artistic and humorous

Dear John: I Think My Boss Is Having An Affair

Dear John, I am the administrative assistant to a man who’s very powerful within our company. Our relationship is strictly professional, but...

Organize + Energize: 10 Steps To An Organized Garage

Don't forget that your garage was created to house your vehicles, not your overflow junk. Here's how to regain control.

How many times have you driven through a neighborhood and seen a garage stuffed full of items with no space for a car? Not all...

United Way of Central Mass to Hold Annual Celebration

United Way of Central Massachusetts will host their Annual Business Meeting and Celebration on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. at Mechanics Hall

Women Leading Central Mass.: Musician/Trauma Survivor Robin Lane

From a storied rock music past, Robin Lane survived domestic violence and now uses music to help other women heal.

Coming of age in California in the 1960’s, Robin Lane cavorted with the movers and shakers of the day…Buffalo Springfield and...

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