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Play it again, Sam: Shea Theater to show ‘Lovejoy’s Nuclear War’ to mark 50th anniversary of Montague tower toppling
02-09-2024 12:21 PM


In the fall of 1973, Wendell resident Dan Keller drove to Bradley International Airport in Connecticut to pick up friend Sam Lovejoy and mentioned to his pal that he wouldn’t believe what had been built back home on the Montague Plains.The two drove...

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Art Briefs: Classical music in Hadley, jazz in Amherst, and a unique art exhibit in Northampton 
02-16-2024 8:46 AM

Haydn and Hummel in Hadley (with Beethoven) HADLEY — Arcadia Players will give an early boost to spring, or least to the spirit of spring, on Feb. 18 with a performance of chamber works from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, including...

The Beat Goes On: Two supergroups come to Northampton: Plus, groovy music and a tribute in Turners Falls, and more
11-16-2023 2:22 PM


When “supergroups” first formed in the 1960s after rock stars from different bands teamed up with one another — Cream, Blind Faith, and CSNY were among the first — some became known more for their battles of superstar egos and didn’t stay together...

South Deerfield man looks to inspire with Shea Theater talk on cancer battle
08-29-2023 12:22 PM


TURNERS FALLS — Diagnosed with Stage IV colon cancer about seven years ago, South Deerfield resident Frank Marchand, 67, doesn’t expect his life to last much longer. And yet, the 47-year plumber isn’t worried about what’s down the pipeline for him.“Do...

Back to the stage: Real Live Theater returns from the pandemic with staged reading and a new summer production
06-09-2023 3:24 PM


Like many theater organizations, Real Live Theater (RLT) was shut down from producing live performances for over two years due to the pandemic.But the Valley performance ensemble, now celebrating its 10th anniversary, is swinging back into action,...

The Beat Goes On: A musical tribute to Kate Lorenz, a potpourri of sounds at the Bombyx Center, and more
05-11-2023 4:43 PM


The Valley’s music scene lost a well-known and well-liked voice last July when Kate Lorenz unexpectedly died of heart failure. Lorenz, who lived in Belchertown, had originally been part of the Amherst folk-rock band Rusty Belle in the early 2000s with...

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