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Laszlo Family Farm

When Clarke and Ginger Laszlo bought their farm twenty years ago, they made a commitment to raise rare livestock and heritage seeds to feed their family. Today, sons Sam and Joseph share that commitment of using rare breeds to control bloodlines and create an environment

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Dave’s Turn II

By Dave Perry We have our favorites at Vinyl Destination. You do too, right? Of course. We’re talking here about a record, or an artist that sets your receptors firing. Maybe it reaches an old spot in you that nothing has in a while, or

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New Exhibit at Curation 250

Curation 250 is showcasing artwork by Adam O’Day throughout April and May at its gallery on the 5th floor of Mill No. 5. The solo show, entitled The Valley Below, is a collection of cityscapes and interiors painted during quarantine, and the promise of an

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One Urban Tribe

One Urban Tribe has been open on the 4th floor of Mill No. 5 since 2017 with owner, artist and curator, Fox creating a shop that is constantly evolving, as seen by her recent expansion into a larger space. Adding to this growth is the

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Lowell Women’s Week

Turning our attention outside of Mill No. 5, we recently spoke to Resi Polixa, Park Ranger at the Lowell National Historical Park and Lowell Women’s Week Committee member regarding plans for these two organizations when celebrating Women for the month of March. International Women’s Day

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Sutra Studio’s Book Club

If you are looking for a way to connect with other yogis and mindful enthusiasts, or you are just looking for a great memoir to read and discuss within a virtual community, then you may want to take part in Sutra Studio’s Virtual Dharma Book

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Shopping Safely

If you have not been to Mill No. 5 since we re-opened in November then we want to let you know that we have been working hard to make our space as safe as we can during this time of Covid 19. The benefit of

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The Mill Board No. 1

Back in 2018, the Lowell Cultural Council funded The Mill Board, a year-long project in partnership with Curation 250 which brought artists from all over the United States into Mill No. 5 to paint large-scale murals in front of a live audience. The first Mill

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Victory Garden at Mill No. 5

Victory Garden Grows

You may have noticed the recent rebranding of Mill No. 5’s vintage clothing and consignment shop on the 4th floor.  House of Redemption, is now: Victory Garden. A recent restructuring of the shop’s founding creators was the reason for the rebranding and what prompted a

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