Let’s Make A Sandwich
“Let’s make a Sandwich” is perhaps not the most interesting invitation. Even a sandwich you can eat with a fork doesn’t really inspire much emotional conviction. So, a...
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Beyond Expectations- Calder’s Abstraction
By Yule Heibel The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) in Salem is on a West Coast–East Coast roll with yet another great exhibition originally mounted at the Los Angeles County Museum...
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British Pub Night
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Jacques Brel is Alive and Well
For its 35th anniversary season the legendary Gloucester Stage Company is featuring by popular demand a musical review of the satirical and poignant songs of the late Belgian...
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Free Wheeling Bike Night
Last month’s PEM/PM event encouraged patrons to B.Y.O.B… Bring Your Own Bike, that is. “Free Wheeling Bike Night” was a free celebration of the art,...
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Turner and the Sea – Maritime Character on Display
How does an exhibition make an artist come alive from a new angle? How can it do this if the artist in question is Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), a celebrated and...
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Inside Prime: Photo Exhibition
From June 19 – July 17, 2014 the Downtown Lynn Cultural District (DTLCD) is proud to present Inside Prime: Behind the Signs, a photographic survey of the neon and antique...
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Gallo
I’ve been having a great deal of fun telling folks I spent Thursday night lounging in a pool of cheerios being serenaded by a countertenor in a chicken suit. What’s this you...
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The Tempest
If your preferences for Shakespeare trend toward the pure, historical or academic, the American Repertory Theater’s latest production of The Tempest is probably not for...
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Icarus
What do you think about when you think about “experimental theatre”?  Good thoughts or bad? Real thoughts or hearsay? My suspicion is that most of our experiences in the...
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Tune In!
The 60s were a groovy time for over-the-top fashion, television, and more. This month’s PEM/PM event brought some classic 60s flair to the atrium in the form of music,...
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Living and Selling the Dream: Exploring Lifestyle Aspirations through California Design
Just a few steps into the Peabody Essex Museum’s newest exhibition, California Design 1930-1965, we see two black-and-white aerial photos of a Los Angeles intersection. The...
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