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Chet Greason, Gazette staff
Blue Rodeo finally hits Stratford stage
After two prior cancellations, the popular Canadian band played the Stratford Blues and Ribfest on Friday.
The Book Shelf – June 20
New children's offerings at Stratford Public Library

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Shelf Life – June 20
What's new at Stratford Public Library
Slater photo
Local musician tinkers his way into career as luthier
Phil Ruthig welcomes the challenge of instrument repair and maintenance.
Rocker hoping to mow down Stratford
Dick Wagner has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music: Alice Cooper, KISS, Aerosmith, Lou Reed, Guns N; Roses, Tina Turner, Jerry Lee Lewis, Frank Sinatra.
Michael Cooper, Stratford Festival
Tommy a genuine spectacle
From the outset, you know Tommy’s going to be less soft-shoe and more rock and roll. The trussing that frames the stage, straight out of a concert hall, is a major tip; and the opening distorted chord that hits you like a shock from an AED could not possibly be strummed without first assuming power stance and raising your guitar pick above your head.
Contributed Photo
Tuesdays with Morrie a celebration of life
It's strange how a play about someone dying can really be about living life to the fullest.
The Book Shelf – June 13
New children's offerings at Stratford Public Library
Shelf Life – June 13
What's new at Stratford Public Library
10 years of St. Marys Storytelling Festival
2013 marks the second year that the Festival is being run by the Public Library.
cat video
Felines featured in film festival
Winning videos include stories about a snooty French cat and a kitten with a broken back.
Photo by Cylla von Tiedemann, Stratford Festival
Festival's Fiddler jouyous, celebratory, and heart-wrenching
Scott Wentworth shines as Tevye
Chet Greason, Gazette Staff
Long table dinner seats 160 in scenic park setting
Dinner held as fundraiser for Stratford Chefs School
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Response to family tragedy left strong impression
Victim Services Perth is 2013 charity for annual Hog Jog, which takes place June 19 in Stratford in conjunction with the Ontario Pork Congress.
Rachel Dyck Photo
Suubi Dancers and Drummers perform in St. Jacobs
On Wednesday, May 22, Gallery Momo in St. Jacobs hosted a celebration of Ugandan music and dance supporting “Dream for Uganda.”
David Hou, Stratford Festival
Comedy of Romeo and Juliet eclipses the drama
When I heard the production of Romeo and Juliet would be utilizing “original practices,” as in methods utilized by the original Elizabethan companies who first performed it, I pictured soft lighting, disjointed music plucked on obscure instruments, red handkerchiefs used to simulate flowing blood, and staid emoting. I hoped they’d draw the line at an all-male cast.
Chet Greason, Gazette staff
Gallery director accepts position with province
After almost six years spent emphasizing the “public” aspect of Stratford’s public gallery, executive director Zhe Gu is moving up.
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