Comedian Bill Cosby shares fatherly advice before upcoming show at San Manuel Casino

05/15/2014 06:30 PM EDT
Comedian, actor and author Bill Cosby portrayed fictional father Dr. Heathcliff "Cliff" Huxtable in probably his most famous role on "The Cosby Show" from 1984 to 1992. 
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The Accidental Musician: Chad VanGaalen brings his quirky sound to town
05/15/2014 06:08 PM EDT - A funny thing happened to Chad VanGaalen on the way to becoming an accomplished illustrator and animator: He became a hell of a songwriter and musician, too. Full Story

AYER NEWS
Ayer police log

For Date: 09/22/2014 - Monday Call Number Time Call Reason Action 14-12677 0734 Initiated - TRAFFIC /MOTOR VEH. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Coming up at Harvard Library

Storytimes Infant Storytime ~ Mother Goose on the Loose (no sign-up) - Ages 0 - 2 and up: Mondays & Thursdays at 10:30, beginning on September 22 Mother Goose on the Loose is an early literacy program that uses rhymes and songs to help pre-reading children get ready for reading. Full Story
PEPPERELL NEWS
Pepperell student awarded scholarship

The Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers and Scientists (MOSES) awarded Pepperell resident Christopher Carlson, son of MOSES member Jennifer Carlson-Benoit with the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, the Maurice A. Full Story
 

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Review: 'Indian Ink' is witty mockery of Brits

09/30/2014 09:49 PM EDT
NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Stoppard's witty 1995 play "Indian Ink" takes a romantic look back at India under waning British rule, gently mocking both the British Raj and some of the English-smitten "natives. 
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First ladies get the 'Project Runway' treatment
10/01/2014 12:05 AM EDT - WASHINGTON (AP) — America's first ladies went under Tim Gunn's fashion microscope Tuesday night, and the results weren't always positive. Full Story

Review: 'Men, Women & Children' doesn't click
09/30/2014 07:05 PM EDT - If ever there was a movie that needed a window to be opened, a blast of fresh air to be let in, it's Jason Reitman's "Men, Women & Children. Full Story

World's oldest clown dies at 98 in Montana
09/30/2014 08:13 PM EDT - BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Floyd "Creeky" Creekmore, a former Montana rancher who held the record as the world's oldest performing clown, has died at age 98, his son said Tuesday. Full Story

Review: Moving story, simply told, in 'Good Lie'
09/30/2014 05:54 PM EDT - The movie poster for "The Good Lie" features a smiling Reese Witherspoon, front and center. But, truth be told, neither Witherspoon nor her character is the film's star — not in the essential sense. Full Story

Gunn shifts from 'Breaking Bad' to 'Gracepoint'
09/30/2014 05:36 PM EDT - LOS ANGELES (AP) — The average TV binge viewer is indulging in catch-up. When Anna Gunn dove headlong into the British crime drama "Broadchurch," it was homework. Full Story

Joe Scarborough is writing book on fatherhood
09/30/2014 04:44 PM EDT - NEW YORK (AP) — Joe Scarborough's next book will be personal. The "Morning Joe" host and former Republican congressman has a deal with Weinstein Books for a memoir scheduled to come out next fall. Full Story

Reports: China body-searched 10,000 pigeons

BEIJING (AP) — The 10,000 pigeons released in a ceremony Wednesday for China's National Day underwent unusual scrutiny, each having its feathers and anus checked for dangerous materials, state-run media reports said, reflecting government jitters over possible attacks. Full Story
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Review: 'Indian Ink' is witty mockery of Brits

NEW YORK (AP) — Tom Stoppard's witty 1995 play "Indian Ink" takes a romantic look back at India under waning British rule, gently mocking both the British Raj and some of the English-smitten "natives. Full Story