Category Archives: Arts

Weston Voices: Annie Särnblad and Her New Book “Diary of a Human Lie Detector”

On September 14, the Owl got the chance to sit down with Annie Särnblad; Weston resident, newly-published author, and All Around Exciting Person (AAEP). Based on our conversation, the Owl is going to start a new acronym for this AAEP because I would like many more of them in my life. ISO AAEPs. Annie came over to the Owl burrow

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Out of Home Range: North Quabbin Garlic and Arts Festival

Okay, Weston, once in a while I get really annoyed at you for not telling me about something really cool that is just out of home range and yet I should definitely have known about it. This has happened with Hammond Castle, the wackiest castle ever to exist in the US; Halibut Point, the best shoreline rocks in Massachusetts, and

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Jazz Jam is Back at Library: Singin’ the Blues – Sunday, September 24

On Sunday, September 24 from 3 – 6 pm, Chris Welles will be hosting a Jazz Jam at the Weston Public Library. The theme this month is “Singin’ the Blues.”  The first hour will feature a performance by the house band followed by a jam session with guests rotating in to play. Singers are welcome and are encouraged to bring song lead

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Did You Know? Support Weston Media Center

So, here’s the news, Weston. We are incredibly fortunate to have in this town a local public access station, the Weston Media Center (WMC). Not only does it cover our local committee meetings (including School Committee and CPC tonight) but also school events like principal’s coffees and information sessions, and also musical performances from elementary to high school. They’ve also

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Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation: Free Days for Weston

For at least a couple of years now, the Owl has been wanting to visit the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation (CRMII) in Waltham. I mean: it’s RIGHT THERE. The Owl drives through Waltham on the way to doctor’s appointments and haircuts and tacos and other stuff just about every other day. There’s really no excuse. So here’s

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Weston Voices: Kerri Maher Talks About Latest Book on September 19

Weston resident Kerri Maher is launching her fourth historical novel, All You Have to Do is Call, based on the Jane Collective, at Wellesley Books (one of the all-time best independent bookstores) on September 19 at 7 pm. Kerri will be in conversation with Greer Macallister about “the badass 1970s feminists” (Kerri’s words) who are the characters.” I am guessing

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