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Movie review: Daniela Vega delivers powerful...   There are actors and there are stars, and Chile’s Daniela Vega is a lot of both in the Oscar-nominated “A Fantastic Woman.” It’s a stunning performance of pulsating power. But more than a personal triumph, Vega establishes a milestone in the push for equality playing a transgender woman determined to properly grieve for her recently deceased lover.In what should be easy and just, her Marina, a 27-year-old aspiring opera singer, is cruelly [...]

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Movie review: A hearty 'Party'   There are no canapes or hors d'oeuvres, but there’s a lot of punch at “The Party.” And just about everyone in attendance leaves Sally Potter’s acerbic soirée battered and bloody -- if not dead. Even better, all this black and blue is delivered in glorious black and white by a septet of splendid actors spewing deliciously venomous discourse rendering you dazzlingly dizzied.Even if you’re afraid of Virginia Woolf you’ll [...]

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Theater: 'Waitress' serves up a good time The cute and quirky coming-of-motherhood tale, “Waitress,” is the rare Broadway musical that focuses more on story than  spectacle.  This show has no crashing chandeliers, no shimmering candelabra dancing across the stage, no circus acrobatics. It’s just a tightly woven, often funny, little story of love, life, friendship and motherhood with nothing to distract from the music and emotions – except for the “biblically good” pies. From Deep [...]

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Movie review: 'Game Night' is a winner  Oh, the games people play. And the games played on them. Just ask the group of friends caught up in the unexpected chicanery of “Game Night” when they discover the all-for-fun murder-mystery contest they’ve engaged in turns out to involve a very real kidnapping. Suddenly, instead of turning over clue cards, they’re outrunning mobsters, dodging bullets and trying to stop a Learjet from taking off. Maybe the premise isn’t the most plausible, but [...]

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Music: Favorable outlook for up-and-coming... Vista Kicks is the hot young California rock band with fresh and enticing music based on their shared love of retro sounds. Their debut album came out last year, "Booty Shakers Ball," and their national tour supporting that record is swinging through the area next week, when Vista Kicks headline the Middle East Upstairs in Cambridge on Wednesday night.  We caught up with Vista Kicks singer Derek Thomas as the band was preparing for a show in Wichita this [...]

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Big national acts top Levitate lineup More than 20 bands will perform on three stages as the sixth annual Levitate Music and Arts Festival delivers two days of music and merriment at the Marshfield Fairgrounds, July 7-8.The Trey Anastasio Band, the solo project from Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio, will headline, joined by the indie folk band The Head and the Heart.Also scheduled to perform are Slightly Stoopid, Lake Street Dive, Stick Figure, Greensky Bluegrass, Twiddle, Stephen Marley and Ripe.The festival [...]

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The Beer Nut: Medusa, Wormtown plan parties to... It’s their birthday and they can drink if they want to.Both Medusa Brewing Company of Hudson and Wormtown Brewery of Worcester celebrate birthdays in March and are celebrating with – shockingly – beer.First up, Medusa will celebrate its third anniversary on March 3 at their 111 Main St. brewery with an all day party, beginning at noon and continuing through 11 p.m.The party will feature some of the year’s best beers, several new beers brewed [...]

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Richards Memorial Library announces... NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH — This March, Richards Memorial Library, 118 N. Washington St., will sponsor North Attleborough’s 11th town-wide read: “Hidden Figures” by Margot Lee Shetterly. The book presents the stories of African American women who, as mathematicians and engineers, helped the United States both in World War II and in the Space Race. There are programs planned for people in the surrounding area of all ages. All programs are free and open to the [...]

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WHIMSICAL WEDNESDAY: Wicked Local Reader Photo... Check out Dog Day Afternoon and other great reader photos by following wickedlocalpix on Instagram. Your amazing image could be our next Wicked Local Reader Photo of the Day. Email pictures with captions to readerpix@wickedlocal.com

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Attleboro Community Theatre to present... ATTLEBORO — Attleboro Community Theatre will continue its 61st season with “American Strippers” Feb. 23, 24, 25 and March 2, 3 and 4 at the Ezekiel Bates Masonic Lodge, 71 North Main St. Friday and Saturday evening performances will take place at 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees will take place at 2 p.m. The show was written by Kevin Broccoli and is directed by Megan Ruggiero. In this commentary on mythology, the Greek goddesses throw Aphrodite a bachelorette [...]

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LISTEN: Hear about the major stories of the week Daily News podcast host Anne Brennan, editor-in-chief of the Milford Daily News and the MetroWest Daily News, talks with some of her reporters about the news of the week. In the first segment, Brennan talks with Scott Calzolaio about Benjamin Walsh, who is accused of stabbing his parents in Millis restaurant and stabbing [...]

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Ancient art of mosaic brings multicolored... Using techniques dating to ancient Greece and Rome, Carol Krentzman has spent two decades assembling countless tiles and shards of colored glass into scenes and designs of luminous beauty.For her first project, her student Nancy Rich fashioned a stunning portrait of a Moroccan woman whose bright eyes and coral hair shimmer in the light as if alive.The two very different Natick artists have been chosen to show their recent work in a juried exhibit organized by the New England [...]

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PHOTOS: Fingerpickin' good at the Joe Val... FRAMINGHAM - The 33rd Joe Val Bluegrass Festival, which continues Saturday and Sunday at the Framingham Sheraton, has a full slate of performances on two stages, more than 60 workshops and education programs and a hotel full of rockin' bluegrass, country, rock and genre-bending music.Highlights included performances from Hot Rize, dropping in as part of their 40th anniversary tour. This is a rare area appearance from the band that served as a gateway to bluegrass for many music fans [...]

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Movie review: Words wound in Oscar-nominated...  The world probably would be a better place if we all kept our mouths shut. Or, at least that’s the takeaway from “The Insult,” the Oscar-nominated courtroom drama from former Quentin Tarantino sidekick Ziad Doueiri.In it, the Lebanon native takes a harsh look at his homeland and the uneasy alliance between the ruling Christians and the ever-expanding Muslim population, many of whom are exiled Palestinians. Their distrust for each other reaches back [...]

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ART's Diane Paulus combines theater, activism -...  When Diane Paulus decided to create the musical “Waitress” at the A.R.T., she did not predict the #MeToo movement that would follow six years later and heighten the show’s relevance. But she did feel that domestic abuse was not receiving the attention it deserved and that she could tell a story through music to reveal its profound effects.“The idea that a musical could do this motivated me,” said Paulus, the artistic director of the [...]

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Music: Seth Lakeman: Touring with Plant is a... Robert Plant's solo career has been one of constant exploration, as the former Led Zeppelin vocalist seeks out new and ever more intriguing musical styles, from all sorts of world music to his bluegrass intersection with Allison Krauss. But Plant's latest foray might well be considered getting back to his roots. He'd become a fan of the acclaimed British folk multi-instrumentalist, Seth Lakeman, and over the past year or so Lakeman is not only opening his concerts--as he [...]

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Liz Longley gets heavy on 'Weightless'  Liz Longley's songs unleash a powerful range of emotions, to the point where her most personal lyrics have brought audiences to tears.A 2010 graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, Longley has induced such a reaction when she performs “Unraveling.” That heart-wrenching ballad about her late grandmother's late-in-life lapse into dementia has caused many listeners to dab at their eyes.Among the lines that strike a chord:“She looks in my [...]

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Movie review: 'Black Panther' is red hot  The precious metal vibranium might be abundant on Wakanda, the fictional homeland to Black Panther, but the country’s greatest natural resource is its valiant and dauntless women. And wowza! Director Ryan Coogler hits the jackpot. He draws up a supporting cast of fierce females and turns them loose. Yes, it’s the women of Wakanda – Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright – who kick butt and take names while the boys are left to avenge the [...]

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MAP: Things to do with your kids during... Use this interactive map to find fun things to do with the kids during February vacation.

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Art: At the ICA, electronic artists examine how...   The Internet has changed our lives so radically that it’s hard to imagine life without it. And in the midst of constant change, we often are too close to fully grasp its impact. In these times, the exhibit “Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today” at the Institute of Contemporary Art /Boston provides an important perspective.“This is not a show about technology,” said ICA curator Ava Respini. “It’s about the Internet as a [...]

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