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Epic 'End': Avengers go out on a high note
Posted on Thursday April 25, 2019

Eleven years and 22 movies later, we’re at the end – and what a ride it’s been. The journey was sometimes bumpy, loud, bonkers, but mostly it was a blast. Watching “Avengers: Endgame” it suddenly struck me how much I cared about all these characters. You never know what you have until it’s gone. My affection runs deep, especially for Cap (swoon). That’s why I love how this finale, more character-driven than any of the previous entries, returns [...]

Film times: April 26-May 2
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

Find out what's playing at local movie theaters

Plymouth police log, April 22-24
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

The following are excerpts from the Plymouth police log for Monday, April 22, through Wednesday, April 24. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.Monday, April 2212:40 a.m.: A drug violation was reported on Country Club Drive. A 25-year-old Plymouth resident was arrested and charged with two outstanding warrants, possession of a class B drug to distribute [...]

Movie: Taylor Schilling takes on kids, Juggalos in 'Family'
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

Deadheads and Parrotheads got nothin’ on the Juggalos, the devout, freaky followers of the hip-hop band, Insane Clown Posse. Now, they even have their own movie. Well, sorta. “Family,” which doubles as the single-word credo of the Juggalos, in truth belongs to the irrepressible Taylor Schilling, best known for having served seven years on the hit prison comedy, “Orange is the New Black.” Here, though, she’s of a different stripe, playing a workaholic [...]

Movie: 'Stockholm' tells the story behind 'Stockholm Syndrome'
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

On his weekly HBO show, Bill Maher often features a clever bit he calls “I don’t know it for a fact … I just know that it’s true.” I mention this because when it comes to the bank-robbery yarn “Stockholm,” I don’t know it for a fact … I just know it’s true … that writer-director Robert Budreau watched “Dog Day Afternoon” so often, so judiciously he convinced himself he could make a representative [...]

Music: Son Volt heading to Boston with new album, 'Union'
Posted on Saturday April 27, 2019

From the start, the group Son Volt has explored rock ‘n’ roll’s roots in folk, country and blues music, so in that respect their latest album “Union” is right in line with their particularly sublime blend of Americana. But the latest album is also focused on preserving another cherished tradition of American music, which is exemplified by Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan: commenting on topical matters and current events. The band's national tour [...]

Plymouth Antiquarian Society plans month of history programs
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

A century ago, the founders of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society stopped the town from demolishing the 1809 Hedge House and embarked on a path of preserving Plymouth’s past. The society will offer a month of special events to mark its history and celebrate Historic Preservation Month in May.

PSHS grad Korey Nolan surfs on Dunkin'
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

The slogan “America Runs on Dunkin’” may resonate with many a coffee drinker. But Korey Nolan is proving that American surfs on Dunkin’, too.

Plymouth VFW presents awards to winners of annual essay contest
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

VFW Post 1822 recently presented awards to the winners of its annual Voice of Democracy contest.

Duxbury 2020 Kick Off Benefit & Auction
Posted on Friday April 26, 2019

Duxbury 2020 Kick Off Benefit & Auction: 6-8 p.m. April 26, Duxbury Bay Maritime School, 457 Washington St., Duxbury.