SANTA’S NOT the only one obsessed with lists. With just weeks left in both the year and the decade, we in the columnizing business are supposed to be working double-quick on the cultural retrospectives. But it’s hard to get nostalgic for 2019 and the 2010s when nobody wants to leave the 1990s.

CONCORD — “Sweet Charity” will dance its way onto the City Auditorium stage this weekend as the Community Players of Concord present this groovy mid-1960s musical comedy originally made famous by director-choreographer Bob Fosse and star Gwen Verdon.

WILTON — He never smiled on camera, earning him the nickname of the “Great Stone Face,” but Buster Keaton’s comedies rocked Hollywood’s silent era with laughter throughout the 1920s.

“American Masters” ends its 33rd season with “N. Scott Momaday: Words From a Bear,” a profile of the Kiowa poet, painter and novelist and winner of a Pulitzer Prize. That award, for his 1968 novel “House Made of Dawn,” is largely credited for opening the publishing world and the reading publ…

Actor Jon Voight, musician Alison Krauss and writer James Patterson are among the eight individuals and organizations to be presented with the nation’s top cultural medals by President Donald Trump, who has not bestowed the medals since taking office almost three years ago.