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North Attleborough Animal Shelter... NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH — Orton is the North Attleborough Animal Shelter Pet of the Week. Orton was adopted from the shelter 15 years ago. He lived in a loving home for all 15 years but his mom just passed away. He is a gentle giant who wants attention and love.He is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, leuk and FIV tested negative.For information: 508-699-0128; kokeefe@nattleboro.com.

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Music: Marshall Crenshaw joins the Smithereens... The Smithereens had a handful of hits in the late 1980s, as their gritty power pop found an audience that appreciated their classic garage rock sound with its punky intensity. Their star had faded with the arrival of grunge, in the 1990s, but they were enjoying a nice resurgence with the original lineup in the 2010s.But somewhat unexpectedly, lead singer and songwriter Pat DiNizio, 62, died in December 2017. Amid their grief, the surviving band members played as part of a tribute [...]

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North Attleborough Animal Shelter... NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH — Kit Kat is the North Attleborough Animal Shelter Pet of the Week. Kit Kat came to the shelter when her mom became sick and was no longer able to look after her. She has been waiting for that perfect person who will look past her age. She is 10 years old and looking for a quiet adult home.She is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped and tested negative for leukemia and fiv.The shelter is in need of canned and dry cat food, bleach and 39 gallon trash [...]

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HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS: Celebrate the season! Send updates, additions to Maureen Sullivan at msullivan@wickedlocal.comHOLIDAY HELPERSCRADLES TO CRAYONS Cradles to Crayons has launched its annual “Gear Up for Winter” initiative to provide children in need with the clothing necessary to stay safe and warm in cold weather. Information: cradlestocrayons.org/boston.HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE [...]

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Annual concert celebrates music of the great... Tenor and soprano saxophonist John Coltrane died at the age of 40 in 1967, but his name and his music remain in the upper echelons of jazz, ranging in styles from ballads to bop, from mainstream to modal. Each year, since 1977, a decade after his passing, and in celebration of his legacy, Boston has been the home of the John Coltrane Memorial Concert (the sponsoring organization is now called the Friends of John Coltrane Memorial Concert).This year’s 41st edition, titled [...]

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Setting the scene for 'Miss Bennet: Christmas... For scenic designer James J. Fenton, one of the challenges in creating the look for the current Merrimack Repertory Theatre production of “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley” – a modern sequel to Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” – was living up to the expectations of the legions of Austen-philes.Written by Lauren Gunderson (“Silent Sky”) and Margot Melcon, the 2016 play picks up where the 1813 romantic novel leaves off, [...]

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OFF THE VINE: Screw caps on wine bottles fuel... The debate over the use of screw caps on wine bottles continues to stir emotions among wine lovers. While some see them as rather novel, others have a strong aversion to their use. Since the early '60s screw caps have gained a rather solid footing in the wine industry and today can be found on bottles from around the world. In case you were wondering, screw caps are metal caps that screw onto threads on the neck of a wine bottle. A layer of plastic or other soft material is used as a wad to [...]

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REVIEW: The buzz about 'Barber Shop Chronicles'... CAMBRIDGE - “Barber Shop Chronicles,” the import from England now running at Loeb Drama Center brings to center stage (and nearly everywhere else in the theater), the universal gathering place where men share secrets, concerns and hang out together as bands of friends or rivals.Just as “Steel Magnolias” - on stage and film - outed the rituals of women’s lives in the beauty salon, Inua Ellams’ appealing series of dramatized vignettes, [...]

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Jewelry, accessories inspired by tension,... Jewelry and clothing are not always about style, taste and status. Sometimes they’re deliberately uncomfortable expressions of a person’s fears and concerns. In "Uneasy Beauty: Discomfort in Contemporary Adornment" at Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton through April 29, 44 contemporary artists exhibit disturbing and intriguing works that challenge the typical view of fashion."The calculated unease induced by these works counters sluggishness with mindfulness," [...]

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Ballet review: Mateo's 'Nutcracker' is a whirl... Theatrical Christmas packages for Boston audiences come wrapped in various sizes, but sometimes smaller is satisfying because the gift is up close and personal. So it goes with the Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre production of “The Nutcracker,” in its 31st season at the Cutler Majestic Theatre, just down the street from “The Grinch” and around the corner from Boston Ballet’s production. The Mateo troupe moves to Dorchester's Strand Theatre on Dec. 14.  [...]

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GET REEL: Watch with the animals It's time to visit animal house. No, not the film about the party-hardy fraternity. This house provides a home for films featuring live-action animals in significant roles. In other words, no animated animals are allowed in, though animals created with special effects will be accepted.The problem with writing about films with animated animals is that there's so many of them that Noah couldn't fit them all on a fleet of arks. Films with live-action animals are far less numerous, [...]

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DeVotchKa more than Hollywood sound Roosty vibe a throwback to vaudeville, cabaret jazz

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Mark Wahlberg combines his talents in 'Instant... The first time anyone really had a hint of some acting talent in Mark Wahlberg was after he had gotten past his Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch hip-hop days. An early attempt in film, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in “The Basketball Diaries” (1995), earned critical plaudits and couple of years later “Boogie Nights” gained him movie stardom.Before long, his music career behind him, Wahlberg was landing roles as action heroes (“Planet of the Apes,” [...]

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North Attleborough Animal Shelter... NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH — Tommy is the North Attleborough Animal Shelter Pet of the Week. Tommy is the shelter’s newest resident. Tommy is around one year old and full of energy. Tommy knows commands like “sit” and “paw” and is learning “look at me”. Tommy is a quick learner with a high desire to please humans.The shelter is in need of canned cat food and dry cat food.For information: 508-699-0128; kokeefe@nattleboro.com. [...]

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Joy to the world It’s the holiday season, and over at “What the Dickens!” they’ve got reasons to celebrate.Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” turns 175 this year, and the Boston production of “What the Dickens!” (inspired by “A Christmas Carol”) celebrates its 10th anniversary.In addition, this dance-focused adaptation of “Christmas Carol” moves from the 225-seat Boston University Dance Theater to the 1, [...]

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South Shore Sugar Plums: Local dancers get... Christmas without “The Nutcracker” is like Thanksgiving without turkey. Despite its challenging dance and production elements, the ballet is performed each holiday season not just by Boston Ballet and other professional companies, but by at least three South Shore ballet schools.“It’s so entrenched that I can’t imagine the holidays without it,” said Marthavan McKeon, who has produced 10 Nutcrackers since she opened South Shore Ballet Theatre [...]

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THEATER REVIEW: There's revolution in the air... Watertown's New Rep revisits historical musical '1776' with a multiracial, mixed-gender cast.

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Weston, Lexington young dancers relish... BOSTON — For more than 50 years, the Boston Ballet has opened the Christmas season by bringing “The Nutcracker” to delight us, with an evergreen tree that grows before our eyes, a dashing Nutcracker Prince who defeats the Mouse King and tons of snowflakes falling from above the stage onto a swirling corps de ballet.Not the least of the ballet’s charms are the troupes of children who fill the stage, alternating in roles that personify the season, from [...]

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Homecoming: Boston crowd gives Norwell's Susan... There is apparently no limit to the enthusiasm Boston area fans have for the Tedeschi Trucks Band, and thankfully, apparently no limit to the number of songs that can be transformed by that stellar 12-person musical troupe.Friday night was the middle night of the band's three-night stay at The Orpheum Theater in Boston, with nary a seat to be had, and after two-and-a-half hours of rock, blues, soul, gospel and jazz, the 2,300 fans were still roaring at the finish. Eschewing an opening [...]

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Boston Ballet's 'Nutcracker' dancers sparkle in... Although the city has yet to see a major snowstorm, there is plenty falling on stage at the Boston Opera House where Boston Ballet opened its annual run of “The Nutcracker” performances on Thursday night. A packed house of grown-ups, little girls adorned in party dresses, and toddlers carried in their father’s arms cheered at each overhead lift of the ballerinas and gave the large cast a standing ovation at the end. Be assured that the holidays are coming, courtesy of [...]

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