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Teens on Stage

  • Raaid Arshad: “I try to write from my heart.”      Between performing as a solo act, playing originals like “Rome” and “Of Hills and Woods”; as a singer of the recently disbanded group Band of Brothers; and in Groton-Dunstable Regional High School’s acclaimed chamber chorus, Raaid Arshad (left) has been exciting the local music scene with his moving vocals and poignant songwriting. Arshad has progressed as an artist and made a name for himself faster than just about any act in the area – a perfect and irrefutably deserving subject for GD Music’s first article. Arshad’s music will satisfy any sweet tooth for pop sensibilities, but doesn’t sacrifice the grit that comes with genuinely honest songwriting. I had the pleasure of speaking with Arshad about performing ...
    Posted Dec 19, 2010, 7:47 PM by Joey Dussault
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Adults inthe Spotlight

  • Pepperell potter wants to experiment with her art PEPPERELL -- Potter Carol Case is retiring from retail. Still a full time art teacher at Groton-Dunstable Regional High School, Case says she wants to concentrate her pottery work more experimentally, more radically instead of making things for sale. When Groton's NOA Gallery opened in 2002 on Main Street she was among the first artisans to begin selling work there. "I have always had a great relationship with NOA, they are always encouraging new things," Case said. Her particular brand of pottery dances on a line between creative aesthetic and functionality. When Case creates something, she calls it a 'vessel' rather than label it for a specific function. She says people have used them for baking, displaying flowers, serving ...
    Posted Mar 9, 2012, 7:10 PM by Kathy Icenogle
  • Cannon Theatre presents "Charlie's Aunt" Cannon Theatre’s fall production of “Charley’s Aunt” (http://www.thecannontheatre.com/charleys-aunt.html) will be performed on November 4th -6th, 11th–13th and 18th-20th at 7:30 p.m. and November 13th at 1:00 p.m. The Cannon Theatre is located near the intersection of Great Road (Rt. 119) and King Street (Rt. 110) in Littleton, MA. This classic 1892 British comedy shows how propriety could tie people into knots, how love runs eternal, and why men like to cross-dress. Don’t miss it.
    Posted Nov 4, 2010, 4:40 AM by GDarts Boosters
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