Category Archives: Entertainment

Chicago City Limits improv group to bring laughs to Wellesley

The Wellesley Rotary Club, in partnership with Wellesley College’s theater department and Wellesley Repertory Theatre, is bringing comedy improv group Chicago City Limits to Alumnae Hall at Wellesley College on March 11 and 12 to raise funds for the Rotary Club’s major projects: adolescent emotional wellness, tutoring for underserved youth residing in Wellesley, and Stop Hunger Now. […]

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Music lovers invited to tune in at Bach to Rock’s grand opening

Stop in at the grand opening of innovative music school Bach to Rock on Saturday, January 30, 10am – 2pm. A full day of fun and education is being planned by Bach to Rock, staying true to their mantra of learning should be fun. Guests will be treated to complimentary mini music lessons, demonstrations, face painting, […]

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Quintessential Classic movies coming to Wellesley Free Library

If the recent revealing of Oscar nominations has you in a movie state of mind, note this: Wellesley Free Library this month kicks off a series of Quintessential Classics featuring stars such as Marilyn Monroe and Marlon Brando. All film showings include an introduction by Bob Gerst, author of Make Film History: Rewrite, Recut, and Reshoot […]

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Wellesley College Davis museum late winter/spring exhibits: gaming, Shakespeare, and more

The Davis Museum at Wellesley College has revealed its exhibits slated to open in early-February and run through late June. The Game Worlds of Jason Rohrer (Feb. 10 – June 26) — the first museum retrospective dedicated to the work of a single video game maker. Rohrer’s work has been covered in Wired, Esquire, and […]

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Wellesley Repertory presents dark comedy, The House of Blue Leaves

THEATER REVIEW — Ralph and Alice Krampden of The Honeymooners had that shabby apartment, but love and Ralph’s optimism transcended peeling paint and cramped quarters. Ricky and Lucy of I Love Lucy defined madcap and hijinks in the best possible way, no undercurrent of bleak desperation in sight. Artie and his wife, Bananas, from The […]

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Wellesley HS Chorus, Yale Wiffenpoofs, and others to harmonize in concert

Brothers, sing on at an all men’s a cappella concert featuring the 2016 Yale Whiffenpoofs with Wellesley High School’s Men’s Chorus and Boston City Singers’ Fellas hosted by the Boston Saengerfest Men’s Chorus. Tickets: $22 (students & seniors $11) at There may be some tickets available at the door. When: January 31, 2016 at 3pm – 5:30pm Where: Wellesley High […]

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Beyond Wellesley…The Concord Museum and a few places in Concord center

Our family loves books, and our family loves Christmas. During the years when picture books and story time ruled our house, we never missed a December visit out to the Concord Museum in historic Concord, MA to see how volunteers had filled the museum’s galleries with over 35 trees as tremendous as a towering specimen […]

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5 Unique finds at Wellesley marketplace

The Wellesley Hills Junior Women’s Club‘s Wellesley Marketplace takes place on Saturday, Nov. 21 at Wellesley Middle School, 50 Kingsbury St. Premium Admission starts at 9am for $20. General admission starts at 10am for $15 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. With its cut above the ordinary offerings, shopping at Marketplace is always […]

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