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Brian Sances / Flying Colors

Jason Savio

There’s something to be said about an artist who can cover the whole emotional spectrum on one album and do it with a real sense of being genuine. Such is the case with Flying Colors, the new effort by the Cape Cod-based Brian Sances. This 12-song collection is one that will have you bouncing your head in carefree bliss before hitting you with a number that resonates on a much deeper level.

THE CENTRAL SCENE: APRIL 2018

Worcester Music Awards

The time has come to honor and showcase the best of the best from Worcester’s local music scene! Head over to The Cove Music Hall to enjoy a night of performances from local bands and celebrate Worcester’s local talent. This event is 21+. 7 p.m. April 11; The Cove Music Hall, 89 Green St., Worcester; free; thepulsemag.com.

GameOn: Dragon Ball FighterZ brings back the fighting spirit

Jason Savio

One of the all-time best fighting animes deserves a strong and worthy game to match it punch for punch, or, in this case, Kamehameha.

PulseBooks: Important lessons from unexpected places

Kimberly Dunbar

I once read somewhere that, every so often, it is a good thing for adults to pick up a children’s book or revisit a childhood favorite as a respite from their busy adult lives. Why? Well, children’s books often tackle tough issues in a basic way (designed to help young readers grasp complex situations) and offer lessons for readers of all ages.

ArtWeek

Kaiomi Inniss

Expect the unexpected! ArtWeek is no ordinary week — presented by the Highland Street Foundation and produced by the Boch Center, this award-winning, 10-day art festival promises to be a creative and interactive experience for folks of all ages. There will be more than 300 events featured across the state, ranging from individual artists hosting public talks in a vacant lot with their art to lighting up a canal with lanterns in Lowell.