High school jazz band performs at Southbridge library

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Band director stresses ‘high quality music’ By Audrey Clark Citizen Chronicle Writer SOUTHBRIDGE — Toes were tapping and heads were nodding along as local library patrons enjoyed a free concert put on by high school musicians on Thursday night. The Southbridge High School Jazz Band treated patrons at the Jacob Edwards library with delightful blend […]

It’s All About The Panache: Sex Please, We’re Sixty!

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Gateway show is ‘belly-laughing, face-hurting, feel good comedy’ By Katie Alicea-Tilton Citizen Chronicle Theatre Critic Low libido, sexual innuendos, menopause, hormones, hot flashes and a woman’s ultimate revenge on the male species — what more can one ask for in a hilarious play? Last night, Gateway Players Theatre opened “Sex Please, We’re Sixty!” written by […]

Musical Notes: Alex Grossi

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New England native talks Hookers & Blow By Jeff MacRae Citizen Chronicle Contributor Alex Grossi has performed across the country, in Asia, Europe, and South America. A recent local performance, however, was a bit of a homecoming for the Connecticut native. Recently, Grossi was at Southbridge’s The Cannery Musical Hall, 12 Crane Street, performing with […]

Curtains up on ‘hilarious’ Gateway Players production Feb. 9

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Gateway comedy a Valentine’s gift for audiences By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer shaun@thecitizenchronicle.com SOUTHBRIDGE — It’s not often one can mutter the phrase, “Sex please, we’re sixty!” on church property without fearing a higher power may smite them for such a transgression. Thanks to Gateway Players Theatre, such a sin will be forgiven in […]

Local author shares book, story in library event

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Novel mixes drama with historical record By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer shaun@thecitizenchronicle.com SOUTHBRIDGE — Local readers and history buffs made their way to the library this week for a talk and signing by the author of recently released novel, “Crossing Point.” On Thursday evening, James Glickman, a resident of Sturbridge, shared with patrons of the […]