Archive | August, 2017

Ryan Piché loves to help others

Ryan Piché has taken the initiative to help others, but his affinity for volunteer work stems from Anda, his mother, who grew up in Romania, an eastern European country that endured decades of communist oppression during the second half of the 20th century.

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Poetry Quarter

The theme for this issue of Poetry Quarter is the “dog days of summer:” the hottest, most sultry days from July 3 to August 11. This theme attracted many fine poets and poems, to which this two-page feature spread attests. The selection process proved both challenging and rewarding. Thanks to all the poets who submitted.

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The Acting Company: a risk pays off

John Muggleton and Chris Ralph took a big risk on August 12, 2013. That risk has paid off nearly four years later to the day, not just for them but for the Glebe. When these two long-time friends turned “acto-preneurs” and opened The Acting Company to teach acting, they were nervous, and rightly so.

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