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Cambridge, Singles SpeedDating Event- 10+ dates in one night! (3/16)

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Lenox, Healing of the Heart-Sheng Zhen (Sacred Truth) Qigong Training with Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7)

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Somerville, From Minuet to Ragtime: Early Guitars, Banjos and their Connections 1755-1905 (3/5)

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West Springfield, Spring Sampler Craft Fair (3/4 - 3/5): Join us to see the variety of exhibitors demonstrating their craftsmanship at their booths throughout the show.

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Adams, ThunderFest (3/4 - 3/5): a two day celebration of winter in the Berkshires. It all starts with the 82nd Anniversary Thunderbolt Ski Run.

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Boston, National Golf Expo (3/3 - 3/5): featuring tons of fantastic golf-related exhibits, displays, and interactive features, as well as the Northeast’s largest driving range and demonstration stage.

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Marshfield, Backyard Farm and Garden lectures in Marshfield (3/4): Free "Backyard Farm and Garden" lectures in Marshfield on March 4th. Pre-register to secure your seat. www.townofmarshfield.org/lecture2017.htm

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Somerville, Charlie Kohlhase Quintet Reunion Concert, with drummer Matt Wilson joining original bandmates. (3/3): The Charlie Kolhase Quintet Reunion Concert with original band members Charlie Kohlhase (alto, tenor & baritone saxophones), John Carlson (trumpet & flugelhorn), John Turner (bass), Matt Langley (te

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Charlestown, Edward II by Christopher Marlowe (2/22 - 3/19): Actors’ Shakespeare Project kicks off 2017 with Marlowe’s complex Edward II, England’s notorious king who forsakes everything for his public and private passions--only to meet horrific ends at the han

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Somerville, From Minuet to Ragtime: Early Guitars, Banjos and their Connections 1755-1905 (3/5): Lauck Benson, banjos and English guitar, and Olav Chris Henriksen, English & Spanish guitars and harp-guitar-lute will give a concert telling the story of English & Spanish guitars and how they intera

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Marshfield, Growing and Grafting Grapes (3/4): Learn to grow, prune, and graft multiple varieties of grapes in this 2 hour workshop

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Natick, Guided Snowshoe Adventure at Broadmoor (3/5): Come with us on a guided snowshoeing tour. Explore animal tracks and paths and have a fun adventure on a winters day. A great way to see the nature of Broadmoor!

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Cambridge, Mardi Gras Party: Revolutionary Snake Ensemble w/Charles Neville & Henri Smith @ Regattabar (2/28): Revolutionary Snake Ensemble celebrates their annual Mardi Gras Party with special guests Henri Smith & Charles Neville.

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Pepperell, Misty March Madness Celebration (3/4): A special Fund-Raising event for the Small Town Big Bang filled with an afternoon of Psychic Readings, Holistic Services, Raffles, Relaxation, a Crafter's Marketplace and more!!

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Worcester, Olympic Fencing Classes (2/28 - 4/15): Learn the exciting Olympic sport of fencing at Worcester's premier fencing club.

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North Eastham, Registration for A BRUSH WITH PORTUGAL: May 6 - 13, 2017 (1/2 - 4/1): Join artist Eli Cedrone in Cascais, Portugal from May 6 - 13, 2017, for landscape and figure painting workshop. Painters of all levels are welcome.

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North Eastham, Registration for PARIS & THE LOIRE VALLEY. May 27 - June 6, 2017 (1/12 - 4/15): The City of Light will offer us spectacular music, museums and cuisine. Sully-sur-Loire will offer a more relaxed visits to their castles, vineyards, and chamber music festival.

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Winchester, Summer Music Programs Enrolling Now (2/23 - 6/19): Join us at Winchester Community Music School this summer for programs in piano, chamber music, woodwind & brass, percussion, rock & blues, voice, early childhood, and more.

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Wellesley, LINX April Vacation Camps for Kids (1/25 - 4/21): Kids have fun during April Vacation at LINX 4/17 – 4/21. Activities for kids age 3 years – 12th grade, including Ninja Warrior, Theater and Dance workshops, and more.

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Winchester, Concert for Kids! “The New Adventures of Little Mook” (3/12): Come experience a magical world of fairy tales and join us on a new adventure with Little Mook! Winchester Community Music School faculty performers will bring this storybook character to life through

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Norfolk, Homebuying Bootcamp for New Homebuyers (3/7): Learn about the mortgage process and get a better understanding of how a loan is approved.

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Natick, PJ Library Silly Shabbat-Purim Shabbat Celebration (3/10): Join PJ Library for a special Purim puppet show with Silly Sally’s Entertainment at Whitney Place (3 Vision Drive) in Natick on Friday, March 10 from 5:30-7:30pm.

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Tyngsboro, Psychic Fair (3/11): Psychic Fair Saturday March 11th, 2017 10:am-4:pm American Legion Post 247 Inc. 90 Pawtucket Blvd. Tyngsboro, MA. 01879

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Boston, School of Fashion Design, Open House (3/11): Learn why your fashion education begins at the School of Fashion Design! Full-time, part-time and continuing ed classes available.

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Cambridge, Singles SpeedDating Event- 10+ dates in one night! (3/16): SpeedDating- One- on One Dates for 7 minutes. Great food to eat, prizes, singles and lots of fun! We give singles an opportunity to go to an organized social activity.

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Framingham, The Brighton School Pre-K-Grade 6 Open Houses (3/10 - 3/11): The Brighton School In Framingham Pre-K-Grade 6 Open Houses Friday March 10th 9:30-11:00am Saturday March 11th 1:00-300pm

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Lenox, March31-7, Healing of the Heart Sheng Zhen Qigong w Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7): Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as "the qigong of Unconditional Love." It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or "qi

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Charlton, Magic & Illusions (3/18): Magic & Illusions starring Magician Frank Damelio

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Adams, ThunderFest (3/4 - 3/5): a two day celebration of winter in the Berkshires. It all starts with the 82nd Anniversary Thunderbolt Ski Run.

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Allston, Carissa Johnson (3/9): “Carissa Johnson is addicted to playing rock and roll. The kind of sweaty, turbulent, in-your-face, post punk rock that makes uptight people squeamish and uncomfortable.” DIY-minded, lyrically driven,

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Allston, Chrome Over Brass (3/8): Chrome Over Brass is an instrumental band created by Alex Garcia-Rivera. Songs are composed of drum-riffs, layered with guitars

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Allston, Colbis the Creature (3/9): Colbis the Creature is based in the suburbs of Boston.

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Allston, Department of Everything (3/7): DoE is a crunchy noise punk band that combines the influences of hip-hop, math rock, and hardcore punk.

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Allston, Evil Streaks (3/11): The Evil Streaks combine the trashy garage sound of the ‘60s with the dark punkabilly sound of the Cramps. These characters, dressed only in black and white, unleash a unique brand of creepy-yet-rocki

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Allston, Gianna Botticelli (3/9): Gianna Botticelli is an Alternative/Ambient artist based in the Boston, Massachusetts area.

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Allston, Gigantic Ant (3/6): An instrumental rock trio from Boston

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Allston, Hadean (3/5): Founded in 2005 the band released their first album in 2010 following concerts supporting this release. After a line- up change the band is now back in the studio to record their second album.

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Allston, Jacob Collier (3/13): Jacob Collier is a 21-year-old, London-born singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist of prodigious talent who has been hailed by the press as “The Future of Music” (as Jazzwise magazine put it),

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Allston, Jens Lekman (3/15): Jens Lekman, born and reared in Gothenburg, Sweden, is a songwriter, adventurer and retired bingo hall employee. Traveling our globe as a wide-open receptor of all it has to offer, Lekman repurposes f

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Allston, Julia Mark (3/6): Julia Mark grew up in semi-rural New Jersey listening to bebop greats and folk music legends. After several years of classical piano lessons, she began writing her own music as a student of the late j

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Allston, Killer Cortez (3/10): KILLER CORTEZ is a progressive rock band from Boston, MA, formerly known as MONIKER.

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Allston, Le Matos (3/8): Analog synths are the unstoppable weapons of the french canadian electronic band from Montreal, Le Matos. Its musical imprint is a powerful dancemachine, mix of pop melodies and melancholic sounds ins

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Allston, Petty Morals (3/5): Petty Morals is a 6-pack of booty-shakin’ party-rockin’ ladies from Salem, MA. They like pizza, boxed wine, eyeliner, and being all dressed up with nowhere to go.

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Allston, Roots of Creation (3/17): "From addictive reggae pop songs to consciously charged roots rhythms and berzerk electronic improvisations, the grace and precision with which Roots of Creation execute their bass-heavy works is over

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Allston, The Gypsy West (3/10): Genre-bending, dynamically defiant, and bursting with urgency, The Gypsy West are “an outstanding fusion and listening experience” (The Deli NYC). Rooted deep in catchy grooves and heavy psychedelia,

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Allston, The Knock Ups (3/11): Formed in 2012 The Knock Ups are a female led, self proclaimed GLAM punk band. Bringing back the energy and sound of the riot grrrl movement.

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Allston, Yohuna (3/10): All songs written and performed by Johanne [yo-HUN-ah] Swanson. Sometimes Addie Strei (of Adelyn Rose) plays guitar and sings. More often, she naps.

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Amherst, 2017 Amherst Winter Farmers Market (1/28 - 4/1): There will be farmers, food artisans, and craftspeople offering the finest locally produced goods in the region.

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Amherst, SYDNEY DANCE COMPANY (2/28): Sydney Dance Company comes to the FAC under the exuberant artistic direction of Rafael Bonachela, a self-proclaimed "movement junkie." Vividly imagined, his sensuous aesthetic has signaled a new chapt

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Amherst, There Are Jews Here (3/12): More than one million American Jews live in once-thriving small towns that have seen better days.

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Arlington, Telling the Real Story about Natural Gas (3/13): Dr. Curtis Nordgaard, pediatrician, will speak about the health risks of fracked gas along the pipeline route from the Appalachian Basin to our Massachusetts communities.

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Ashland, Italian Wine Specialist Course Boston (part 2) (3/11 - 3/12): This course created by the Italian Sommelier Association is for all Italian Wine lovers and folks in the industry that want to dig a lot deeper into the everchanging world of Italian wines.

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Beverly, New England Boiled Dinner (3/11): Menu features smoked shoulder, potatoes, cabbage, carrots and turnip, rolls and coffee, tea, or milk. Prices are: Adults $7.00, Seniors $6.00 and children $3.50. Slice of home-baked pie: $1.50. Musica

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Boston, 1st Thursday: Blarney Bash (3/2): A little bit of malarkey and some Irish cheer. Make no mistake, you'll want to be here! 1st Thursday is back with a Blarney Bash on March 2. Join fellow alumni, faculty, staff, and friends for a St. P

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Boston, 5 Year Anniversary Party - Save the Date! (3/4): We can't believe it has been 5 AMAZING years already!! Save the date as we plan an amazing line up of classes, and festivities with the whole team!!

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Boston, Advocacy Day (3/1): Are your student tuition and fees too high? Do you and your family struggle to afford college? Are you worried about how student debt will affect the future for you and your children?

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Boston, Along the Drive (3/7): Along the Drive is a seven-piece independent rock band from Chicago, Illinois, known for their driving rhythms, wall-of-guitars sound and melodic songwriting hooks. The group came together in 2006 and

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Boston, Anat Cohen (3/9): An established bandleader and prolific composer, idiomatically conversant with modern and traditional jazz, classical music, Brazilian choro and an expansive timeline of Afro-Cuban styles, Anat Cohen

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Boston, Ava Suppelsa (3/1): Ava Suppelsa is a singer/songwriter from Evanston, Illinois. She sings original and cover acoustic-pop songs. She currently attends Berklee College of Music in Boston studying songwriting and music bu

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Boston, Bald Uakari: Allotropy (3/2): Bald Uakari is an experimental collective performing original works. Bald Uakari seeks to fuse electronics, free improvisation, and organized composition into one energetic and extreme style. Their mu

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Boston, Borgeous at Royale Nightclub (3/3): MASSEDMC.com is our online hub & convergence point of sorts – if you take a browse around, you’ll quickly notice we provide comprehensive event listings as well as tour & festival coverage.

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Boston, Boston Young Professionals MyStryde Running Class (3/4): Love running? Training for a marathon? Hate running, but want to learn to love it? Our Boston Young Professionals Board has got you covered with this fitness event at MyStryde located on Hanover Stree

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Boston, Brian Blade (3/19): Brian Blade has set those words to music for his first recording as a singer, guitarist and songwriter: Mama Rosa is a revealing journey through thirteen songs about family, loved ones, travels and a

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Boston, CAD for Fashion Design - Apparel I (1/14 - 4/29): CAD for Fashion Design: Apparel I at the School of Fashion Design, Boston 10% off for Spring 2017 semester Saturdays, 9am – 12:30pm January 14 – April 29

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Boston, Carmen Lundy (3/10): Carmen Lundy began her professional career in Miami, FL as a jazz vocalist and composer when there were very few young, gifted and aspiring jazz vocalists on the horizon. Over four decades later, Ms.

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Boston, Celtic Crossings - Phil Coulter and Andy Cooney (3/4): A magical evening of Celtic tranquility awaits, as the powerful and much-loved songs of Phil Coulter, from Derry, Northern Ireland and the magnificent voice of Andy Cooney, from New York, USA are wove

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Boston, Colin Hay (3/17): While Colin Hay’s voice and visage are familiar to millions as front-man, songwriter, and vocalist of pop sensation Men at Work (“Down Under”, “Overkill”, “Who Can it Be Now?”), the past ten years hav

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Boston, Commit Samantha (3/17): If you look closely between leather jackets and quantum frequency mechanics, you will find Commit Samantha. Hailing from Boston and their respective times, this rock/metal band blends their eclectic

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Boston, Con Brio (3/9): The night before Con Brio headed into the studio to record their first full-length album, 23-year-old Ziek McCarter had a dream. In it, the singer received a visit from his father, an Army veteran who

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Boston, Continuing Education in Fashion! - now enrolling for January! (1/9 - 4/28): Your fashion education begins at the School of Fashion Design, Boston! No prior experience required. All levels welcome. Classes start January 12.

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Boston, Day of Recollection (3/4): In the movement from winter's darkness to spring's increasing vitality, the season of Lent invites us to move out of our own personal lethargy to new life, to move from ashes to the paschal feast of E

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Boston, Destination London (3/4): Venture with us to hear music by Baroque composers drawn to London to make their mark on this cultural mecca. Featured cantatas include Pepusch's utterly charming "Menalcas once the gayest swain" and

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Boston, Divinity Roxx (3/2): Divinity Roxx may be most known as the touring bassist from Beyonce's all female band. Her new album, ImPossible is set to release April 19th 2016.

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Boston, Entertainment Specialists Live Band Showcase (3/1): Please join us on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 from 6:00PM to 9:00PM at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf. Capture the atmosphere of Boston Harbor and their elegant hotel venue with striking waterfront views

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Boston, Ethan Bortnick (3/5): Ethan has toured the world, connecting with diverse audiences in countries such as South Africa, Brazil, Canada and Australia. In 2011, he made history as the youngest entertainer to headline a show i

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Boston, Fable Grazer (3/9): Fable Grazer is a free improv collective based in Somerville, MA. A cloud of droney atonal patterns and harsh noise seems to follow them wherever they go. Imagine Pig-Pen on mushrooms.

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Boston, Fashion Academy - the perfect gift for your Fashion Teen! (1/21 - 3/11): A workshop in fashion design for high school students, beginner and advanced levels. Spring workshops in design, sketching, patterns, sewing, more. Taught by SFD expert faculty in our Newbury Street s

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Boston, Fashion Academy for Teens - now enrolling for Spring (1/21 - 3/11): Fashion Academy for teens, at the School of Fashion Design! A workshop in fashion design for high school students, beginner and advanced levels. Spring workshops in design, sketching, patterns, sewin

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Boston, Green Room (3/4 - 3/5): Green Room is a brilliantly crafted and wickedly fun horror-thriller starring Patrick Stewart as a diabolical club owner who squares off against an unsuspecting but resilient young punk band.

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Boston, Huntertones (3/2): The Brooklyn-based band Huntertones is a unique voice in the growing world of genre-defying music. What started in 2010 as a six-piece instrumental group in Columbus, Ohio (DW6) has become an innovati

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Boston, Jonny Dougs (3/17): Boston based DJ and producer. Facebook page to keep everyone up to date on music, events, and more!

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Boston, Joseph Luzzi (3/2): A writer and professor of Italian at Bard College, Luzzi has lectured throughout the world on art, film, and literature and is a contributor to the New York Times and London Times Literary Supplement.

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Boston, Joshua Redman (3/19): Joshua Redman is one of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists to have emerged in the decade of the 1990s. Born in Berkeley, California, he is the son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman an

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Boston, Know No. by Masary Studios (3/2 - 3/4): Repercussions of the word NO reverberate around the historic walls of the Cyclorama in this site-specific installation created by Masary Studios for Boston Center for the Arts.

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Boston, Matt Mason (3/11): Born in Indianapolis, Indiana, Matt Mason knew from an early age that his home would one day be Nashville, Tennessee. His earliest memories of his musical aspirations are going the Grand Ole Opry with

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Boston, MC Frontalot (3/13): World's 579th-Greatest Rapper! This number has been scientifically determined, by scientists, using science.

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Boston, Michelle Willis (3/10): Michelle Willis is an Inspirational Pop artist striving to make a positive difference through her music!

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Boston, Millinery at the School of Fashion Design (1/12 - 4/27): No experience necessary - you can learn the inspiration, design, construction and detailed finishing of hats, fascinators and headwear!

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Boston, NAAAP ERG Leadership Symposium : Championing The Cause (3/3): Learn how to effectively champion the cause of ERGs within your organization. Join us for panel discussions and networking with ERG leaders, diversity managers and executives!

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Boston, Natalie MacMaster (3/12): An electrifying performer whose passionate proficiency on the beloved four-string amplifies the traditional East Coast sound.

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Boston, National Golf Expo (3/3 - 3/5): featuring tons of fantastic golf-related exhibits, displays, and interactive features, as well as the Northeast’s largest driving range and demonstration stage.

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Boston, Othello in the Seraglio: a coffeehouse opera (3/2): Please join us for a special performance of Othello in the Seraglio at Emerson College’s beautiful Paramount Center, Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre. Prior to the performance we will have a panel

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Boston, Philharmonia Quartett Berlin (3/3): Hailed as "four of the best" by the British press after their debut at Wigmore Hall in London two decades ago, the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin has celebrated a critically acclaimed career, establishi

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Boston, PJ Library Celebrates Purim (3/5): Join PJ Library® as we celebrate Purim at the Boston Children’s Museum (308 Congress Street) in Boston on Sunday, March 5 from 10am-1:30pm.

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Boston, Rebuilder (3/17): 2014 Rock ‘n’ Roll Rumble participant and Boston Music Award nominee for ‘Punk Artist of the Year’, Rebuilder rips open the preconceived stitches of punk rock to deliver their expansive, mature, and c

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Boston, Rickie Lee Jones (3/2): Iconic singer/songwriter releases 1st collection (in 12 yrs) of all new music this July '15. Best known for her bluesy pop style & stirring performances.

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Boston, Riva Saputo (3/10): Riva Saputo is an R&B band started by Toni Saputo and Heather Rivas. A Boston native, Mario Taddeo Jr., joined the group in Fall 2015. The group is based out of Boston, but Heather is originally from

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Boston, Ruby Rose Fox (3/18): Ruby Rose Fox is a songwriter and vocal powerhouse, whose genre bending lounge-pop style blends the best of today’s female vocalists with a nostalgic quality that transcends today’s musical landscape.

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Boston, SASE Presents: R Workshop (3/1): Are you still using a calculator, Excel, SAS, or SPSS to run your statistical analyses? Join us on March 1st to learn the basics of R, a public statistics software, along with some basic coding skills

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Boston, Scarlett Drive (3/11): “Hooks & Harmonies” is what Scarlett Drive is all about. Inspired by the likes of blues artists ZZ Top, southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Eagles, and pop country icons Little Big Town and Keith

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Boston, School of Fashion Design, Open House (3/11): Learn why your fashion education begins at the School of Fashion Design! Full-time, part-time and continuing ed classes available.

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Boston, Scott Colley (3/19): Scott Colley, the bassist of choice for such jazz legends as Herbie Hancock, Jim Hall, Andrew Hill, and Michael Brecker. His remarkably empathetic skills, strong melodic sense and improvisational abil

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Boston, Shadows of their voices: Tchaikovsky Piano Trio (3/4): The critically-acclaimed Chameleon Arts Ensemble resumes its 2016-17 chamber music series with a poignant program of memories and elegies titled "shadows of their voices."

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Boston, Start Your Own Seeds (3/1): Want to grow your own food from start to finish? Join us in The KITCHEN at the Boston Public Market. Learn how to choose, start, and care for veggie, herb, and flower seeds and get your hands dirty pl

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Boston, The Legacy of Barack Obama (3/8): The Boston Center for Adult Education (BCAE) Hosts A Public Conversation About the 44th President of the United States

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Boston, The Opiuo Band (3/11): Ever wanted some extra funk in your life? What about some warm syrupy bass sauce to compliment your daily adventure? Well now you can have all that and more within the perfectly crafted sonic soundsca

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Boston, Theo Croker (3/2): Theo Croker’s 2016 release “Escape Velocity” is ranked the #1 Jazz Album in the UK by Echoes Magazine. The accolades continue worldwide with iTunes (Global), The Observer (US) and others naming the al

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Boston, Tia Fuller (3/2): On Angelic Warrior, Fuller makes an aesthetic statement that’s fully her own. The album celebrates the peaceful demeanor of the ‘angel’ and the drive and determination of the ‘warrior’ spirit within.

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Boston, Ward 1 Democratic Caucus (3/4): The Boston Ward 1 Democratic Committee shall convene a local caucus for the purpose of electing the apportioned number of Delegates and Alternates to the Convention. The conversion will be held in Low

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Boston, Legal Harborside’s Bethel Heights Vineyard Dinner (2/27): On February 27, Legal Harborside will host a four-plus-course Bethel Heights Vineyard dinner with winemaker Ben Casteel.

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Boston, Lindsey Chapel Series (3/2): Six concerts in the intimate and beautiful Leslie Lindsey Chapel will present Bach’s elegant French Suites, BWV 812-817 (paired with a Prelude & Fugue from the Well-Tempered Clavier) performed on harp

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Boston, Madeleine Peyroux (3/2): Twenty years after her recording debut, Dreamland, Madeleine Peyroux continues her musical journey of exploring beyond the ordinary with Secular Hymns, a spirited and soulful masterwork of loping, ski

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Boston, Maggie Lindemann (3/19): As the story goes, 16-year-old Maggie Lindemann said goodbye to her family in San Antonio and relocated to Los Angeles to create music in 2015. It has all the trappings of a fairy tale, but our heroin

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Boxborough, Boxborough Paper Town - The Vintage Paper, Book & Advertising Collectibles Show (3/25): Flamingo Eventz is pleased to announce the return of the popular Boxborough Paper Town – The Vintage Paper, Books & Advertising Collectibles Show. This is the original Boxborough Paper Show where you’

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Brookline, Boys Dance Classes (2/1 - 5/31): Our Dance Program explores kinesthetic creativity by using movement, music, props, games and play to develop and link students’ learning into complex dance moves and phrases. Dance Instructor Tom Krus

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Brookline, Creative Movement/Dance (1/31 - 6/5): DANCE CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF JANUARY 31 - FEBRUARY 6, 2017 AND ARE 15 WEEKS PER TERM, 50 MINUTES LONG. CALL (617) 277-4593 TO REGISTER!

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Brookline, Vocal Discovery (2/4 - 6/3): Vocal Discovery is the perfect group singing class for young vocal students!

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Burlington, Oysters and the wines that love them at Cafe Escadrille (3/2): Oyster lovers and foodies alike will get the opportunity to try 3 different varieties of oyster, (3 of each type) each type is paired with a complementing wine.

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Cambridge, Agnes Obel (3/8): Agnes Obel, born October 28th 1980, is a singer-songwriter from Denmark. Her classical and folk crossover music earned her five prizes at the Danish Music Awards in November 2011.

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Cambridge, Amy Helm (3/17): Although the personally charged, organically soulful Didn't It Rain is her first release under her own name, Amy Helm has been making music for most of her life. She's already won widespread praise as

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Cambridge, Andy Bopp (3/13): Andy Bopp is an American songwriter, solo artist, and a member of Lovenut, Myracle Brah, Alto Verde, The Bleaker Street Cowboys, Modern Ruins, Thee Dualing Aces ( with Pete Baker), Rockabilly duo with

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Cambridge, Atlas Lab (3/19): Atlas Lab formed in the fall of 2014 when Alex and Solei met street performing in Harvard Square. Through mutual friendships they solidified their lineup as a 5 piece group. Lead by the velvety croon

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Cambridge, Audrey Harrer (3/10): Audrey Harrer is an alt-chamber composer/vocalist/harpist.

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Cambridge, Black Mountain Symphony (3/18): "Many CD's will claim to defy a specific genre label, but Black Mountain Symphony's redefines eclectic here. The music combines synthesized rock grooves with classic jazz rhythms and you don't have to

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Cambridge, Box of Birds (3/19): Box Of Birds is a Boston based folk/rock band lead by Steph Durwin and Charlie Gargano. After meeting as audio engineering students at the New England Institute of Art in Brookline, MA, it was not lon

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Cambridge, Brandyn Burnette (2/28): Brandyn Burnette is a progressive soul producer/singer-songwriter from St. Louis, Missouri currently living in Los Angeles. This self taught, 3rd generation musician has crafted his own sound and styl

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Cambridge, Cale Tyson (3/5): "The twenty-five-year-old from Cleburne, Texas, isn’t the first skinny kid to wear a cowboy hat and a pearl-snap shirt in tribute to the giants of vintage country, but he is one of just a few whose lo

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Cambridge, Club dElf (3/3): Club d'Elf plays a style of music that has been called "Moroccan-dosed dub-trance-jazz", and draws upon electronica, Moroccan Gnawa music, free jazz, hip-hop & funk to create a heady, danceable mix.

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Cambridge, Duke Levine Band (3/14): Guitarist Robert “Duke” Levine was born and raised in Worcester, MA. He moved to Boston to study music and graduated from the New England Conservatory.

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Cambridge, Earth Heart (3/8): Earth Heart, DIY garage rock from Allston/Cambridge, Katie Coriander on guitar and vocals, Matt Axten on drums, Natan Keyes on bass. All songs written by Coriander, demos engineered by Axten, recorded

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Cambridge, Electric Octopus (3/3): Electric Octopus are a new and exciting musical cabal that'll take your mind on a weird and wonderful adventure.

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Cambridge, Film Screening: 13th - Documentary by Ava DuVernay (3/3): America makes up 5% of the world’s population, yet locks up 25% of the world’s prisoners.

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Cambridge, Gigantosaurus Rex (3/13): Gigantosaurus Rex incites with sound what their name suggests, but rather than one that overwhelms an audience, the sound that they create is one that’s inviting—huge and enveloping, and relentless in

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Cambridge, Glass Mannequins (3/13): GLASS MANNEQUINS is a Boston-based progressive-electronica band consisting of Aaron Emmanuel (vocals, keys, beats), Socrates Cruz (guitar), and Nora Maynard (violin, vocals). Their sound is defined by

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Cambridge, Glenn Jones (3/8): A native of Jacksonville, Florida, JONES fondly recalls, “Since the age of 4 or 5, I've always loved music.” Reared in the Pentecostal church, he often found himself risking punishment just to sneak a

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Cambridge, Jenn Grant (3/12): “Music is the connector that binds us all”, says Grant. “To be able to create music, and share the power it can hold is one of life’s greatest gifts.” This is the very essence behind the voice and son

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Cambridge, Kris Delmhorst (3/3): Kris Delmhorst grew up in Brooklyn NY, but her musical home is in Boston MA where she cut her teeth on open mics, bar gigs, and subway busking before embarking on her life as an internationally tourin

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Cambridge, Mammút (3/18): Mammút are melodic and catchy and beautiful and addictive. They are also darker and heavier than you think they are—maybe they tricked you? This is true though: Mammút craft distorted and beautiful lu

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Cambridge, Mardi Gras Party: Revolutionary Snake Ensemble w/Charles Neville & Henri Smith @ Regattabar (2/28): Revolutionary Snake Ensemble celebrates their annual Mardi Gras Party with special guests Henri Smith & Charles Neville.

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Cambridge, Mbongwana Star (3/10): Hailing from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mbongwana Star features a new generation of Kinshasa musicians embodying the concept of change (mbongwana).

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Cambridge, MIT Syncopasian (3/16): MIT's premier East Asian a cappella group. Established in 2008, Syncopasian seeks to promote awareness of Asian pop culture through music.

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Cambridge, Molskys Mountain Drifters (3/10): Molsky’s Mountain Drifters – Tradition steeped in possibility. Bruce Molsky, “one of America’s premier fiddling talents” (Mother Jones) and Grammy-nominated artist on fiddle, banjo, guitar and song i

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Cambridge, Mouse on the Keys (3/19): Mouse on the Keys is a trio instrumental band. Based in Tokyo, the group consists of its former members, "Nine Days Wonder" (a leading band on the Japanese post-rock scene) Akira Kawasaki (drum, keybo

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Cambridge, Muddy Ruckus (3/16): Muddy Ruckus is an americana-rock duo from Portland, Maine. The stripped down power duo features guitarist Ryan Flaherty and percussionist Erika Stahl. The band blends rootsy guitar and edgy percussio

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Cambridge, Notches (3/19): "Halfway between the brilliant but scrappy melodies of 90s Ringing Ear bands and the mix of wiseguy/self-loathing attitude of Archers of Loaf, Notches are something like an emo band for those interest

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Cambridge, Patternist (2/28): Patternist bursts with a blend of rhythmic synths, heart-thumping percussion, and lush arrangements that backdrop songwriter Gabe Mouer’s boyish tenor and wistful lyrics.

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Cambridge, Port City Saints (3/3): Port City Saints are a hard hitting, dynamic and loud melodic punk rock n' roll band proudly hailing from Portland Maine.

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Cambridge, Red Baraat (3/17): The place: a club in the middle of Brooklyn renowned for its sophisticated clientele, its receptivity to innovation, and its ideas from abroad. On a small stage in a tight, dimly lit back room, eight

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Cambridge, Roy Sludge (3/18): Roy Sludge plays vintage country, hopped-up honky tonk and raucous rockabilly with an emphasis on truck driving and drinking songs.

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Cambridge, Simply Saucer (3/17): Saucer was - and still IS - Canada's foremost psychedelic/proto-punk (whatever THAT means) unit was responsible for creating some of the most intense, out-there musical moments inthe mid-to late '70's

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Cambridge, Singles SpeedDating Event- 10+ dates in one night! (3/16): SpeedDating- One- on One Dates for 7 minutes. Great food to eat, prizes, singles and lots of fun! We give singles an opportunity to go to an organized social activity.

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Cambridge, The Band Ice Cream (3/8): Dairy Rock. Melting Pop. The music of Ice Cream may not be as innocently sweet as the treat they're named after, but they'll certainly delight anyone with even a passing interest in garage rock. Their

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Cambridge, The Hotelier (3/11): For over fifty years, the voices of Ladysmith Black Mambazo have married the intricate rhythms and harmonies of theirnative South African musical traditions to the sounds and sentiments of Christian g

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Cambridge, The Runouts (3/3): The Runouts are a punk rock band from the gentrified streets of Boston, Massachusetts. They are neither an Irish Punk band nor a Hardcore band, so they've got that going for them. Their singer is from

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Cambridge, The Staves (3/13): British acoustic folk-rock trio, The Staves, hail from Watford, Hertfordshire, England, blend wistful Americana with classic British folk, in the similar vein to Laura Marling, Mountain Man and The Pi

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Cambridge, The Sun Parade (3/4): Sun Parade formed in Northampton, Massachusetts, where kids skinny dip in the Mill River and smoke on the tobacco farms on the flood plains. The music scene here is legendary. Even now, touring venues

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Cambridge, The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow (3/18): The Whiskey Treaty unites songwriters of Americana, Rock and Roots-Folk music to share in their love of Western Mass, Music, Brotherhood and Whiskey!

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Cambridge, The Wolff Sisters (3/1): Hailing from the cobble stone streets of Boston, The Wolff Sisters blend rock, blues, and roots music into their own unique sound. Their gritty songs draw from adventures all over New England that sha

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Cambridge, Threat Level Burgundy (3/5): We got bored, wrote some songs about zombies, awkward situations, homeless people and our weird friends. We've all been friends since early high school and even before then for some of us, so friendsh

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Cambridge, Tiny Dinosaurs (3/13): Motivation comes from the strangest places… in this case, singer and multi-instrumentalist Julie Jay's inspirational story of second chances in life comes from personal experience. After her improbabl

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Cambridge, Trabants (3/13): Trabants is a surf band from Los Angeles featuring a rotating line up of assorted musicians who find their muse in the dusty crates of forgotten records.

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Cambridge, Vibe Street (3/10): Taking influences from game-changing producers in the ever exploding Electro-Hiphop-Glitch-Funk movement, and combining it with elements of bluegrass, folk, blues and jam, Vibe Street (Ben Davis) brin

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Cambridge, Viceroy (3/2): It's no question that Viceroy is one of the biggest names in dance music right now. With a stellar past year full of big-name collaborations, chart-topping remixes and buzz-blog no.1's, Viceroy is con

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Cambridge, Vijay Iyer Sextet (3/9): Composer-pianist VIJAY IYER was voted DownBeat Magazine’s Jazz Artist of the Year for 2012, 2015, and 2016. He received a 2013 MacArthur Fellowship, a 2012 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, and a 20

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Cambridge, War and the Soundscapes of Memory (3/7): As the generation with a living memory of the Second World War recedes, Boston Globe music critic and cultural historian Jeremy Eichler asks us to open our ears.

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Cambridge, Write Your Story (3/5): Now this is the story all about how five friends started writing songs about depression, stress, and getting through life.

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Cambridge, You Blew It! (2/28): Agitated Emo rockers You Blew It! are as immediate as their punctuated band name. The Orlando based emo outfit take inspiration from the mid-west sounds created by artists such as Cap'n Jazz and Braid

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Cambridge, Littleboybigheadonbike (3/3): "Littleboybigheadonbike, the project of songwriter Will Orchard, sprung into the music scene of Providence, Rhode Island in 2014. his music is characterized by distinctly magical and childish lyrics,

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Centerville, Grand Sake Tasting (3/9): Discover the ancient and complex world of premiere Sakes. Japan has been making Sakes for 2300 years!

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Charlestown, Brain Injury Awareness Month fundraiser for LoveYourBrain (3/4): LoveYourBrain Yoga enables people who have experienced a TBI and those who support them to participate in community-based gentle yoga and meditation classes tailored to their needs.

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Charlestown, Edward II by Christopher Marlowe (2/22 - 3/19): Actors’ Shakespeare Project kicks off 2017 with Marlowe’s complex Edward II, England’s notorious king who forsakes everything for his public and private passions--only to meet horrific ends at the han

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Charlestown, GBC Emergency Preparedness Training (3/2): The Massachusetts Office on Disability (MOD), in partnership with The Greater Boston Chapter of United Spinal is hosting a meeting to bring together people with disabilities and local emergency prepar

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Charlton, Magic & Illusions (3/18): Magic & Illusions starring Magician Frank Damelio

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Clinton, Wine School with Tenuta Torciano (3/3): We are excited to announce this very unique and special American Wine Society event.

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Dartmouth, 2nd Annual Scholastic Chess Tournament (4/8): "Open to All Area Students through Grade 12 - All Levels Are Welcome" "Chess Boards/ Pieces will be provided" "(Players who use a chess clock are encouraged to bring one - not required.) Trophies w

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Dedham, Seth Adam (3/17): Singer/songwriter Seth Adam writes compelling, genuine songs with honest lyrics. The alt-country, Americana rocker draws comparisons to Counting Crows, Tom Petty, Ryan Adams, and Jason Isbell.

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Dorchester, Borromeo String Quartet (3/5): Considered "Simply the best there is" by the Boston Globe, the critically acclaimed Borromeo String Quartet is one of the most sought after string quartets in the world. Audiences and critics alike ch

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Dorchester, Character Breakfast (3/4): This year's annual kickoff event will be a pancake Character Breakfast. Marshall from Pay Patrol, Wonder Woman, a minion, Cinderella and many other favorate characters and super heros will be there to

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Dorchester, Pancakes and Pajamas (3/1): Lent is the period of 40 days which comes before Easter in the Christian calendar. Beginning Ash Wednesday, Lent is a season of reflection and preparation before the celebrations of Easter.

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Dover, Visit and Tour JCC Grossman Camp (3/12): Visit and tour JCC Grossman Camp on Sunday, March 12 (294 Powissett Street) in Dover from 2-4pm.

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Fall River, 2017 Bristol County Home and Garden Show (3/11): The 7th Annual Bristol Country Home and Garden Show will be held on March 11, 2017.

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Framingham, 2017 Heritage Craft Fair (3/18): The Heritage Craft Fair will be held on March 18, 2017.

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Framingham, 44th Annual Heritage Craft Fair (3/18): Heritage Chorale's 44th annual craft fair - March 18th, 4pm at Keefe Tech HS, Framingham Woodworking, clothes, pottery, photos, quilts, glass, home-baked goods, jewelry, food court, a raffle and more

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Framingham, Calling All Singers for Elijah! (2/14 - 5/13): Heritage Chorale holds an open rehearsal in Framingham for classical and church singers in all voice parts to join for a May concert of Elijah

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Framingham, The Brighton School Pre-K-Grade 6 Open Houses (3/10 - 3/11): The Brighton School In Framingham Pre-K-Grade 6 Open Houses Friday March 10th 9:30-11:00am Saturday March 11th 1:00-300pm

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Franklin, French Wine Scholar Certification South of Boston (2/28): Nine-week course, Tuesday's Feb. 28-May 2. World-class wine education without having to go into Boston! Set yourself apart from your peers by specializing in the wines of France.

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Gloucester, Opening Reception - Charles Movalli (3/4): Please join us at the opening reception for Charles Movalli: Cape Ann & Beyond.

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Harwich, Natalie MacMaster (3/6): An electrifying performer whose passionate proficiency on the beloved four-string amplifies the traditional East Coast sound.

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Jamaica Plain, Horse Mode (3/5): Indie rock quartet Horse Mode formed in Billerica, Massachusetts, in 2010. Playing a mix of rhythmic math rock with tinges of prog and some '90s alternative energy, the band was started by vocalist/gu

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Jamaica Plain, Sidewalk Driver (3/18): Sidewalk Driver is high-energy, highly-infectious, hook-driven, Rock with a capital ‘R.’ The sound is modern but the heart of the band seems to be more in line with 1970s rock culture… the Bowies and

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Lenox, Roger Jahnke: Medical QiGong-A Comprehensive & Accessible 3-Level Workshop & Training (4/21 - 4/27): This workshop is suitable for those who seek healing, those who want to maximize their wellbeing, widen and deepen their existing practice, and those in the health care/medical professions. With 40 y

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Lenox, Eastover Medical Qigong and Eastern Medicine Symposium 2017 (6/23 - 6/30): 14 Grand Masters and healers with their wisdom, knowledge of western medicine and psychiatry integrated w Eastern medicine, Qi transmission, a event to get your Qi energy activated, from here each of

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Lenox, Lorelei Chang: “One breath, One brushstroke, One movement” (4/21 - 4/23): Lorelei Chang presents this workshop offering a unique way of connecting mind, body & spirit – through breath, brushstroke & movement. Breath work is incorporated into a slow Qigong form, using the bo

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Lenox, 2017 Mantak Chias Universal Healing Tao Instructor Certification (6/9 - 6/25): Universal Healing Tao Instructor Certification - 4 Retreats! Mantak Chia, renowned Qigong/Taichi Master, goes from the basic teachings through Fussion I & II and is joined by Karin Sovik for Chi Nei T

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Lenox, March31-7, Healing of the Heart Sheng Zhen Qigong w Junfeng Li (3/31 - 4/7): Sheng Zhen Gong is a method of self-healing, often referred to as "the qigong of Unconditional Love." It involves a series of moving and non-moving forms, all designed to remove negative energy or "qi

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Lenox, Chinese Astrology: Four Pillars - Eight Characters: Five Element Assessment Weekend (4/29 - 4/30): A Chinese Astrology, personal Fung Shui workshop. The Ba Zi is one of the oldest systems of astrology-an integral part of Chinese Medicine for millennia. Learn how it provides insights into physical s

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Lenox, Nurturing Your Heart’s Vision, The Community as Healer & The Power of Voice with Linda Marks (7/28 - 7/30): Short version - Vision lives in the heart and grows when we create a safe/silent space to listen and follow its guidance. This workshop will be an experiential journey, exploring your heart's vision a

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Lenox, Sound Healing Retreat with Priscilla Gale (6/17 - 6/18): Learn the science behind both Crystal & Himalayan Singing Bowls–why they are healing tools and how to play, as well as use them to heal yourself/others. Come experience the frequency of perfection sa

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Lexington, The Chieftains (3/1): Spectacle Management is proud to present The Chieftains at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford on Wednesday, March 1 at 7:30pm.

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Lowell, Acre Neighborhood Walking Tour (3/11): Step back in time to the Irish "Acre" of the 1800s with local historian David McKean.

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Lowell, Daniel Tigers Neighborhood LIVE! (3/11): The legacy of the beloved “Mister Rogers” lives on with the hit television series, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, from The Fred Rogers Company and airing daily on PBS KIDS.

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Lowell, Martina McBride Love Unleashed Tour (3/10): Martina McBride comes to the Lowell Memorial Auditorium on March 10th with the her Love Unleashed Tour with special guest Lauren Alaina!

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Lowell, Parker Lecture - Meet Lucy Stone (3/7): The Moses Greeley Parker Lecture Series presents Judith Black in Meet Lucy Stone.

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Lowell, Wood & Woven: Inspired Interiors Artist Reception (3/4): It's all about time this March when Loading Dock Gallery presents Wood & Woven: Inspired Interiors.

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Lynnfield, Melody, Muse and Moonlight (2/26 - 3/11): St. Paul’s will welcome back the talented musicians of North Shore Chamber Music (NSCM) on Saturday, March 11 at 7:30PM for a concert titled “Melody, Muse and Moonlight.”

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Marshfield, Backyard Farm and Garden lectures in Marshfield (3/4): Free "Backyard Farm and Garden" lectures in Marshfield on March 4th. Pre-register to secure your seat. www.townofmarshfield.org/lecture2017.htm

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Marshfield, Growing and Grafting Grapes (3/4): Learn to grow, prune, and graft multiple varieties of grapes in this 2 hour workshop

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Mattapoisett, 2017 Old Rochester Winter Farmers Market (1/28 - 5/13): Featuring local produce, cheeses, meats, coffee, honey, yogurt, breads, wool, baked goods, soaps, artisan crafts and much more.

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Natick, Animal Tracking at Broadmoor (3/5): Learn to identify the tracks, chews, scat, burrows and other clues left by many creatures including deer, fisher and coyote. Enjoy a guided walk as we search for signs of our local winter wildlife.

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Natick, Animal Tracking at Broadmoor (3/18): Learn to identify the tracks, chews, scat, burrows and other clues left by many creatures including deer, fisher and coyote. Enjoy a guided walk as we search for signs of our local winter wildlife.

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Natick, Full Moon Owl Prowl for adults (3/10): Sound is one of the best ways to locate and identify owls. Learn about their calls, behavior and habitat. Join the adventure as we explore Broadmoor under moonlit skies listening for our resident grea

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Natick, Full Moon Owl Prowl for Families (3/11): Come with the whole family to learn about owl calls, behavior and habitat. We will explore Broadmoor under moonlit skies listening for our resident screech, barred and great horned owls.

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Natick, Fun with Animal Footprints and Signs (3/18): Have you wondered what animal made those tracks? Learn what tracks can tell us about which animals are active during the winter, where they go and how they survive.

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Natick, Guided Snowshoe Adventure at Broadmoor (3/5): Come with us on a guided snowshoeing tour. Explore animal tracks and paths and have a fun adventure on a winters day. A great way to see the nature of Broadmoor!

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Natick, Owl Prowl Adventures for Adults (3/3): Do all owls really hoot? Why can't we hear them fly? Join us as we learn about our local owls and walk through fields and forests under moon and starlight listening for our resident screech, barred an

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Natick, PJ Library Silly Shabbat-Purim Shabbat Celebration (3/10): Join PJ Library for a special Purim puppet show with Silly Sally’s Entertainment at Whitney Place (3 Vision Drive) in Natick on Friday, March 10 from 5:30-7:30pm.

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Natick, Watercolors in Nature (1/10 - 5/23): Let nature inspire you! Bring your own painting wish list! We will explore the wonders of nature through watercolors and multi-media. Learn new techniques in color, texture and more.

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Needham, Carter Carnival and Silent Auction (3/11): Carter Nursery School, located in the Carter Memorial Church at 800 Highland Avenue in Needham, will host the Carter Carnival and Silent Auction on Saturday, March 11th from 11 am to 1 pm. The event p

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New Bedford, Beppe Gambetta in Concert (3/10): Beppe Gambetta is known as one of the true live master innovators of the acoustic guitar.

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New Bedford, Dyeing To Wear It at Travessia Urban Winery (3/11): Travessian Urban Winery present: The Perfect Pair of Wine and Design "Dyeing to Wear it". Create your own wearable art, your color, your choice, including the wine.

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Newton, Adaptive Music Program at the JCC (1/18 - 3/22): Children with developmental and intellectual disabilities ages 6-17 years can participate in an educational music and performance-based program at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC in Newton.

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Newton, Greg Adams (3/4): New York-based Singer Songwriter Greg Adams is constantly challenging himself as a musician. By studying guitar greats Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler and John Mayer, he has learned to push his chosen ins

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Newton, JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp Open House/Tours (3/5): Open house for JCC Kaleidoscope Creative Arts & Science Camp will be held on Sunday, March 5 at the Leventhal-Sidman JCC (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton from 2-4pm.

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Newton, Walden Chamber Players (3/19): Walden Chamber Players is comprised of twelve dynamic artists in various combinations of string, piano, and wind ensembles.

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Norfolk, Homebuying Bootcamp for New Homebuyers (3/7): Learn about the mortgage process and get a better understanding of how a loan is approved.

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North Adams, 2017 North Adams Winter Farmers Market (2/4 - 5/6): The market will be offering a variety of fruits, vegetables and more for those looking for delicious and healthy eating alternatives.

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North Eastham, Registration for A BRUSH WITH PORTUGAL: May 6 - 13, 2017 (1/2 - 4/1): Join artist Eli Cedrone in Cascais, Portugal from May 6 - 13, 2017, for landscape and figure painting workshop. Painters of all levels are welcome.

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North Eastham, Registration for PARIS & THE LOIRE VALLEY. May 27 - June 6, 2017 (1/12 - 4/15): The City of Light will offer us spectacular music, museums and cuisine. Sully-sur-Loire will offer a more relaxed visits to their castles, vineyards, and chamber music festival.

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North Grafton, Community Harvest Project - Volunteer Open House (3/25): Come learn how you can get involved! 11AM-3PM

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Northampton, Five College Jazz Festival (3/4): Instrumental and vocal jazz ensembles ranging from combos to full big bands from all five campuses.

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Northampton, Jon Carroll (3/3): Carroll was born in New York City to Sidney Carroll, a film writer whose credits included The Hustler, and June Carroll (née Sillman), an actress and lyricist who appeared in numerous Broadway shows a

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Northampton, River Whyless (3/4): River Whyless, the Asheville, NC quartet, is named in spirit of the band’s ongoing love affair with the natural world. Since forming the band in 2009, musicians Ryan O'Keefe, Halli Anderson, Alex McWa

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Norwood, 2017 Norwood Winter Farmers’ Market (1/28 - 4/1): There will be a variety of unique crafters, farmers and food vendors.

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Orleans, 2017 Orleans Winter Farmers Market (1/28 - 4/29): Orleans Farmers Market will be held in the cafeteria at the Nauset Regional Middle School, Orleans, MA.

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Orleans, 2017 Orleans Winter Farmers Market (3/4 - 4/29): Orleans Farmers Market will be held in the cafeteria at the Nauset Regional Middle School, Orleans, MA.

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Pepperell, Friends of the Lawrence Library Wine Tasting (3/4): Sample a variety of regional wines while enjoying light refreshments and listening to live music.

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Pepperell, Misty March Madness Celebration (3/4): A special Fund-Raising event for the Small Town Big Bang filled with an afternoon of Psychic Readings, Holistic Services, Raffles, Relaxation, a Crafter's Marketplace and more!!

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Pittsfield, 2017 Pittsfield Winter Farmers Market (2/11 - 4/8): Get your fill of pasture-raised meats, eggs, cheese, fruits, vegetables, breads, baked goods, coffee, wine, art, and more.

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Plymouth, Lucy Kaplansky (3/3): She started out singing in Chicago bars. Then, barely out of high school, Lucy Kaplansky took off for New York City. There she found a fertile community of songwriters and performers—Suzanne Vega, Ste

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Quincy, Aine Minogue (3/12): As traditional Irish music and dance continue to enjoy phenomenal successboth here and in Ireland, Áine Minogue is an artist who has long explored its themes and who captures its very essence. Her voi

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Randolph, FREE CELTIC MUSIC CONCERT - FELLSWATER (3/11): Saturday, March 11 at 7:00 p.m., a FREE concert of Celtic Music will be performed by Boston's Celtic Music Ensemble, "FELLSWATER" at Stetson Hall, 6 South Main Street, Randolph, MA. Attendees are ask

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Revere, Alovich (3/17): Alovich born Alneish Cork, the eldest of three children was destined for great heights as a Jamaican born lyricists energized to add his talent to the great genres of Reggae and Dancehall music.

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Revere, Christopher Martin (3/17): Jamaica is a special country when it comes to talent, like the many rivers that run through the green island so does talent gush from its inner communities and towns. One such talent that has carved o

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Revere, D Major (3/17): Born in Kingston, Jamaica to a single mother, Damian Codlin a.k.a. D-Major grew up in a middle-class household listening to his mother’s R&B and Reggae collection of vinyl.

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Rockport, Argus Quartet (3/1): Argus Quartet is dedicated to reinvigorating the audience-performer relationship through innovative concerts and diverse repertoire.

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Rockport, Rockapella (3/2): For thirty years, Rockapella has been thrilling audiences with their dynamic vocal prowess, seamlessly shifting from pop to jazz to rock and soul with ease.

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Rockport, RUNA with The Bombadils (3/3): Quickly gaining recognition as one of Irish music's new "super-groups", RUNA has been enchanting audiences since their formation in 2008 by pushing the boundaries of Irish folk music.

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Roxbury, Jazz By Any Means Necessary (3/2): Fulani Haynes and The Jazz collaborative tickles the human senses with live JAZZ performances, delicious dine-in dinner provided by The HALEY HOUSE Chefs and an artist workspace for all ages.

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Rutland, Pancakes at the Farm (3/4 - 3/5): Join us for Heifer Farm's annual pancake breakfast. The meal includes pancakes covered in Heifer Farm maple syrup with a side of farm-raised pork sausage, coffee and juice.

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Salisbury, 38 Special at Blue Ocean Music Hall (3/17): After more than three decades together, 38 Special continue to bring their signature blast of Southern Rock to over 100 cities a year.

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Somerville, Alice Howe (3/3): Alice Howe is a singer-songwriter rooted in classic emotive folk, with its stories told infinitely of love and loss, joy and sorrow.

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Somerville, Bellows (3/1): Bellows is the bedroom recording project of songwriter and producer Oliver Kalb. The sound of Bellows is sensory and delicate, subtle and quiet but erupting with frantic wobbling drums, large orchestr

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Somerville, Bestial Mouths (3/17): This is the sound of a star exploding. Its heart bursts outward in fire and energy. This is the sound of creation, birthed naked-raw and shrieking.

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Somerville, Charlie Kohlhase Quintet Reunion Concert, with drummer Matt Wilson joining original bandmates. (3/3): The Charlie Kolhase Quintet Reunion Concert with original band members Charlie Kohlhase (alto, tenor & baritone saxophones), John Carlson (trumpet & flugelhorn), John Turner (bass), Matt Langley (te

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Somerville, Emma Swift (3/3): Emma Swift is a lonesome voiced singer who splits her time between Sydney, Australia and Nashville, Tennessee. A fan of minor chords, leopard print, happy hour and endless pedal steel, she likes to pl

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Somerville, Fretbox Trio (3/4): Fretbox Trio is comprised of Gary Goldsmith on guitar, Adam Kaufman on bass, and Jarrett Clayman on cajon (a Peruvian hand percussion box), and all three on vocals. The three weave together hints of b

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Somerville, From Minuet to Ragtime: Early Guitars, Banjos and their Connections 1755-1905 (3/5): Lauck Benson, banjos and English guitar, and Olav Chris Henriksen, English & Spanish guitars and harp-guitar-lute will give a concert telling the story of English & Spanish guitars and how they intera

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Somerville, Max Creek (3/3): Max Creek are true pioneers of the electric rock jam, with four decades of experience launching musical adventures with a rich repertoire of originals and uniquely interpreted gems. Each set is a jour

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Somerville, Playing Dead (3/18): Playing Dead is a Grateful Dead tribute featuring former members of Dark Star Orchestra, Slipknot!, and Uncle John's Band. Their marathon sets feature music and jams from the entire Grateful Dead cata

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Somerville, Robyn Hitchcock (3/3): Robyn Hitchcock is one of England's most enduring contemporary singer/songwriters and live performers. A surrealist poet, talented guitarist, cult artist and musician's musician, Hitchcock is among al

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Somerville, Statiqbloom (3/17): Drawing from the grittiness of early industrial and EBM, Statiqbloom combines hard beats ,haunting electronics & disorienting vox to create a new vision.

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Somerville, The Joy Formidable (3/2): 2011 was a watershed year for The Joy Formidable. The trio, made up of Ritzy Bryan (lead vocals, guitars), Rhydian Dafydd (bass, backing vocals) and Matt Thomas (drums, percussion) released their debu

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Somerville, Ventanas (3/5): Led by singer Tamar Ilana, Ventanas unites flamenco with an exhilarating blend of Ladino, Balkan, Mediterranean, and North African music to create modern interpretations and original songs. The group

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Southborough, The Poet Sings (3/19): Choral concert presented by Assabet Valley Mastersingers (Dir. Robert P. Eaton) with Lloyd Schwartz reading each of the remarkable poems followed by those words turned into song by eminent composers

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Tyngsboro, Psychic Fair (3/11): Psychic Fair Saturday March 11th, 2017 10:am-4:pm American Legion Post 247 Inc. 90 Pawtucket Blvd. Tyngsboro, MA. 01879

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Waltham, Allysen Callery (3/2): Allysen Callery is an American folksinger whose delicate, austere sound has been compared to classic British folk artists like Sandy Denny and Vashti Bunyan. A native of Rhode Island, Callery taught

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Waltham, Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra- Tales and Legends (3/12): A world of musical enchantment with beautiful works inspired by tales and legends. Experience the wonder and magic of this transporting music; an adventure for your imagination! Special guest soloist:

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Watertown, Debbie and Friends (3/18): Combine a love of children, music, and education, and you’ve got Debbie Cavalier of “Debbie and Friends.”

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Wellesley, LINX April Vacation Camps for Kids (1/25 - 4/21): Kids have fun during April Vacation at LINX 4/17 – 4/21. Activities for kids age 3 years – 12th grade, including Ninja Warrior, Theater and Dance workshops, and more.

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West Springfield, Spring Sampler Craft Fair (3/4 - 3/5): Join us to see the variety of exhibitors demonstrating their craftsmanship at their booths throughout the show.

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Westminster, Spring into Action 5K: In Memory of Vanessa Marcotte (3/11): Scenic 5K fundraiser through Westminster, MA with a few hills. All proceeds from registration and raffle will be donated to Tutoring Plus of Cambridge, Inc., in memory of Vanessa Marcotte.

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Weymouth, Out of habit (3/4): Out of habit is a band who came together due to the talent of songwriter/vocalist/guitarist Nicole Berkowitz & Lisa Marie

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Wilmington, The Franchise Expo (3/18 - 3/19): Face-to-face discussions with North America's hottest franchises, plus proven part-time business opportunities.

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Winchester, Concert for Kids! “The New Adventures of Little Mook” (3/12): Come experience a magical world of fairy tales and join us on a new adventure with Little Mook! Winchester Community Music School faculty performers will bring this storybook character to life through

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Winchester, Summer Music Programs Enrolling Now (2/23 - 6/19): Join us at Winchester Community Music School this summer for programs in piano, chamber music, woodwind & brass, percussion, rock & blues, voice, early childhood, and more.

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Winchester, Wine Half Bottles (375mL) (3/1): Why half-bottles? Many reasons, like it’s just you and you don’t want to drink a whole bottle.

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Worcester, 2017 Worcester Boat Show (3/17 - 3/19): Worcester Boat Show will be held on March 17-19, 2017. The Worcester Boat Show is the biggest show in Worcester County.

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Worcester, Abandoned By Bears (3/5): Abandoned By Bears is an easycore band from Sweden that combines the heaviest breakdowns with a classy touch of pop-punk!

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Worcester, Backyard Swagger (3/17): Diane is a high powered vocalist and band leader. She sings with energy and conviction. She has a deep admiration for country music, having worked as an intern for CMT: Country Music Television while

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Worcester, Before I Die (3/3): Before I Die is made up of some good friends who lay down their hearts and souls to give you the music they put out for the world to listen to. After several line up changes, sound changes, and adjust

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Worcester, black absence (3/10): Black Absence was founded by Kevin "Asian" Sanders. In 2012, Sean Cahillane joined the band, adding his skill of eleven years behind the axe and the welcome addition of another Lead Guitar to the band

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Worcester, BURTON CUMMINGS and his Band Classic Rock Concert (3/12): Known "up North" as rock 'n roll royalty and a national treasure, Burton Cummings, former frontman of The Guess Who, captivates audiences throughout the U.S.

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Worcester, Carousel Kings (3/5): Victory Records welcomes Carousel Kings to their roster. The Lancaster, Pennsylvania band has anchored their name as one of the most ambitious and creative pop/rock/punk machines in recent years.

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Worcester, Dick Dohertys Beantown Comedy Escape Worcester : Stand Up Comedy Every Fri & Sat- Top Comedians from NY, LA & New England National Headliners with Local comedians are joined by Boston's next superstars

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Worcester, Disguise the Curse (3/10): Heavy metal band formed in 2013 with members of former projects including Putrid Decay,Eternity Denied,Torn Asunder,Clip,Unfortunate,and several others.

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Worcester, Garroted (3/10): "All the dope musicianship and nods to awesome bands is cool and all, but this really wouldn’t be that noteworthy if it wasn’t for the painstaking amount of precision these guys put into songwriting a

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Worcester, Geoffrey Zakarian (2/27): Worcester native and Food Network personality Geoffrey Zakarian joins us for an evening of culinary conversation, sponsored by Discover Central Massachusetts, the region's travel and tourism agency.

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Worcester, Graviton (3/10): We first started jamming together in March 2015 and played our first show at Sammy's Patio on June 19th of the same year. Since then we've released our first EP called Fundamental Violence which was p

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Worcester, Green Day at DCU Center (3/17): The band is touring in support of their new album Revolution Radio, which was released Friday, October 7th by Reprise Records.

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Worcester, Harlem Globetrotters at DCU Center (3/10 - 3/11): The world famous Harlem Globetrotters, featuring some of the most electrifying athletes on the planet, will bring their spectacular show to Worcester during their 2017 World Tour.

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Worcester, Mallett Brothers Band (3/3): The Mallett Brothers Band is a band from Maine that plays original music. With a unique style that spans across country, rock and roll, Americana and "alt-country" genres, the band has grown a dedicat

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Worcester, Misterwives (3/4): MisterWives are a female fronted indie pop band from New York City who has opened for some huge acts such as Twenty-One Pilots, Half Moon Run and American Authors. They are signed to Photo Finish Reco

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Worcester, Nile (3/10): Nile was formed in 1993 and has been unleashing brutal Egyptian and Lovecraftian inspired Death Metal upon the masses non-stop ever since. Take a listen and you will discover an epic array of soundsca

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Worcester, Olivia Frances (3/18): Singer-songwriter & musician. Sunshine story pop. Ohio roots. Tree hugger. Flower lover. Full album 'Evergreen' out now!

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Worcester, Olympic Fencing Classes (2/28 - 4/15): Learn the exciting Olympic sport of fencing at Worcester's premier fencing club.

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Worcester, Overkill (3/10): Although everybody seems to have a different account of who came first in the world of New York/New Jersey area thrash metal, it seems certain that New Jersey’s Overkill have stayed around the longest

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Worcester, Swarm of Eyes (3/10): Swarm of Eyes eschews formulaic metal to create dark, angry soundscapes that travel from epic spires of doom metal to the desolate lowlands of power thrash. Lyrically, the band culls inspiration from

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Worcester, The Four Seasons - Venice Baroque Orchestra (3/4): Music Worcester presents the Venice Baroque Orchestra, which is recognized as one of the premier ensembles devoted to period instrument performance.

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