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he 4th of July has passed and we’ve all had our chance to relax with family, eat a piece of watermelon and play with our fireworks. Hopefully, we’ve remembered the sacrifices made for the freedom for which we celebrate and we have thanked at least one of our “heroes”. Our duty done, we can go about our daily business in ignorant bliss. However, those littlethanked heroes that we recognized on Monday, must carry on making compromises and sacrifices that most of us would never consider, let alone make. Last week, I met a young man who understands the ongoing requirements of our unsung heroes and wants to make sure that, around the nation, these men and women get the recognition they deserve. Heroes Music Festival, brainchild of Charles DeJournett, combines rock and remembrance to remind the nation of our heroes of 9/11 and our military. On September 8, the Atlanta Motor Speedway

will resound with music from national headliners of all genres and it won’t be silent until September 12. This annual event will pay homage to America’s fallen heroes. But before the big weekend in September, a Battle of the Bands will be held at the Macon Auditorium on July 23; the winning band will play alongside the headliners at the Speedway. That’s right, your band could play next to the big boys! Although the deadline for registration has passed, event coordinators will extend the deadline for a few more days. So hurry up and register already! As for me, I will happily take a seat in the audience and enjoy an evening of friends and music, and pretend to be a judge on American Idol! To register for the Battle of the Bands or get more information, visit www.heroesmf.com

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CONTRIBUTORS COLUMNIST ANDREW JONES is a 24-year-old who wants to make a difference. From writing his congressman to volunteering for a local fire department, he has found ways to better his community. A nursing student at Macon State College, Andrew will graduate Spring, 2012. COLUMNIST BILL KNOWLES is a lifelong Conservative who has lived in the Middle GA area for over 20 years. He got his first taste of the political process when at age 9 he proudly handed out buttons for then President Richard Nixon and has been hooked ever since. Bill has held campaign positions for various local, state and national candidates, including President Ronald Reagan, Steve Forbes, Senator Fred Thompson and most recently Senator John McCain. He is currently a member of the Georgia GOP’s State Committee. He and his wife Bridget have one son, Teddy.

RACHEL HELIE is an offbeat wife and mother of two, a bibliophile and an avid walker. She loves reading, writing, the arts, antiques, research, food and researching food. She is currently working on three novels, but as she has the attention span of a gypsy moth, finds it difficult to finish them. Okay, maybe that last bit is an exaggeration. She moved from Atlanta to Warner Robins over five years ago and never looked back! NIGHTLIFE WRITER DAVID BROCKWAY fell in love with guitar and voice in his teens and, 30 years later, has played everything from Buffalo Springfield to Lady Gaga to a 65 piece orchestra. He’s learned chords galore, scales out the wazoo, and toured from Miami to Austin to Acapulco. His mission for this section? To promote OUR town, musically. Got a gig coming up? Let him know. Got a music theory question? Whatever it is, he wants to hear it! david11thhourhoco@gmail.

The things making our world just a little bit better | by brad evans

I saw the third version of Transformers this week. I just like big summer movies. I left about two hours and twenty minutes into it because I didn’t ever think it would end. They could have made it an hour and a half and it would have been fun. Next up is Super 8, hopefully it will fare better. My heart goes out to anyone struggling with addiction, as I’ve had a bout with it myself, only rehab was never in the budget for my family. Still, I get a kick out of watching Celebrity Rehab. This season, with GNR drummer Steven Adler back, among others like felon/porn star Amy Fisher, baseball junkie Dwight Gooden, and Lindsey Lohan’s papa is going to create some soul sapping drama. Did anyone else listen to the mind-scrambling concert by doom-metal gods The Body with the

24 piece all female Assembly of Light Choir this past week? It sounded like Satan’s birth soundtrack, but it was interesting. If you dig this kind of thing you can find the whole concert online at NPR, but listen with care. Also from NPR this week is raprebirth.com, where any rapper can hire rap ghost-writer Jesse Kramer to write a custom rap song. After asking you questions about yourself and your hopes for style he will construct you a song for $699. I don’t know much about this, but I have a feeling he’s gonna be rich. Also this month, music wise, Macon GA has Jamey Johnson, and Lucinda Williams playing back to back weeks and a line-up for Bragg Jam that includes DJ Mix Master Mike. Speaking of DJ Mix Master Mike, I got two new pairs of fly Puma’s this week. One

orange, baby blue, and green pair of Rs 100’s and the other a par of brown, black, and blue Easy Riders. Both for under 50 bucks on Ebay. I’ve been listening to Townes Van Zandt “Live in Berlin,” The Kinks Ultimate Collection, Bob Dylan “Knocked Out Loaded,” and The Tallest Man On Earth “The Wild Hunt” this week (pic). All of it summertime goodness. 3


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WARNER ROBINS LITTLE THEATRE PRESENTS “TREASURE ISLAND” THRU JULY 23

Take a chance on winning the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway and help the kids of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Reserve your $100 ticket for a chance to win the beautiful house, valued at approximately $350,000. The house is located in The Tiffany community of Warner Robins, Georgia, and is built by Custom Homes by Jeff.Winners of the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway will be drawn on 13WMAZ on Sunday, August 14, 2011. Open House Prize: Free tours of the St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway house will be available July 9 - August 7, on Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sundays, noon - 5 p.m. Come tour the house and register free to win a $5,000 shopping spree to Ashley Furniture HomeStore.

Based on the Robert Louis Stevenson's novel. Director: Fred Hardin Play-dates: July 8, 9; 14, 15, 16, 17 (Mat); 21, 22, 23. For reservations, call: (478) 929-4579 Showtimes: Nightly at 8 PM, Sunday matinees at 2:30 PM. General Admission: $15, Students & Military: $12. The Theatre is located at 502 South Pleasant Hill Road Warner Robins. From I-75, take exit 146 and proceed east on Watson Boulevard for approximately 6 miles. Take a right proceeding south on Pleasant Hill Road, about one mile down.

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MUSEUM’S AUCTION, RAFFLE AND TASTE OF LOCAL CUISINE

The Museum of Aviation Foundation will hold its 26th Annual Auction and Raffle July 16, 2011 with bigger cash prizes, more vehicles to choose from and more chances to win than ever before. The first place Grand Prize winner this year will get $30,000 or a choice of one of eight different vehicles from local car dealers. Second prize will be $3,000 and third prize $1,000. The raffle drawing takes place at the end of the evening in which more than 500 items are offered in a silent and live auction. Items donated from local merchants and individuals include artwork, furniture, tools, sporting memorabilia, appliances, household items and a myriad of gift certificates. The doors to the Century of Flight Hangar open at 6:00 pm and bidding on silent auction items goes until 8:30 pm. The live auction starts at 8:00 pm with a professional live auction caller and local celebrities adding to the fun. One of the highlights of the event is the Taste of Local Cuisine. Thirty or more restaurants and caterers offer up free sample of their signature dishes from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. “It’s a lively funfilled evening with plenty to drink and eat and a chance to win some significant cash or a new car or truck,” said Steve Davison, Chairman of the Auction Committee of volunteers who organize and set-up the auction. A $100 dollar ticket admits two people into the auction and Taste of Local Cuisine. www.museumofaviation.org

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Mark your calendar, worthy events in Macon

7/8 DOWNTOWN FRIDAY FEST Downtown Macon celebrates Fridays each week with Friday Fest. The streets of downtown Macon are alive with music, art, and great food every Friday of the year. Free concert in Third Street Park featuring The Double Barrel Band: 69 pm Classic Rock, Blues, and Country Band: The Double Barrell Band was originally formed in 1978 by seven music-loving friends from Cochran, Georgia.

7/10 FREE OUTDOOR CONCERT IN WASHINGTON PARK Second Sunday at Sunset featuring The Donna Hopkins Band 7pm – 9pm

Washington Park (intersection of College and Magnolia Sts.) Join College Hill for an afternoon of FREE music in the park. Bring your family, chairs and pack a picnic! Food and drinks will also be available on site. For more information on the band, visit donnahopkins.com. This event is free and open to the entire community.

7/22 JAMEY JOHNSON AT MACON CITY AUDITORIUM Johnson, whose last scheduled performance in Macon was cancelled due to weather, will headline the Bragg Jam concert inside the Macon City Auditorium. Opening the show will be Randy Houser and previous Bragg Jam performer Corey Crowder. Tickets, ranging from $25-45, are on sale through the box office and Ticketmaster. The Bragg Jam-produced show hopes to expand the Bragg Jam audience, as well as the festival itself.

7/28 LUCINDA WILLIAMS AT CAPITOL THEATRE NewTown Macon and the Cox Capitol Theatre are proud to present Lucinda Williams on July

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DON’T MISS COUNTRY BAD-ASS JAMEY JOHNSON IN MACON ON JULY 22, GET DETAILS AT BRAGGJAM.ORG 28th at the Cox Capitol Theatre in downtown Macon, Georgia. Named “America’s Best Songwriter” by TIME magazine in 2002, Lucinda Williams will bring her band to Macon to perform a benefit concert with the proceeds from this performance shared by the Cox Capitol Theatre and the Capricorn Recording Studios Initiative. In early 2011, NewTown Macon purchased the historic Capricorn Recording Studios in Macon, Georgia through a grant from the Peyton Anderson Foundation. Working with Amantha Walden and the late Philip Walden, NewTown has been developing plans for future use of the musical landmark. Possibilities include a museum, recording studio, lofts, restaurant, and gift shop. Tickets are $30-$50 for balcony, $100 for reserved floor seats. Steep, but you’ll never get another chance to see her in an intimate setting like this again. Call the box office for tickets, this show will sell out! (478) 257-6391


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In light of the Casey Anthony trial, do you believe in the death penalty?

FAMILY FUN

PERRY PLAYERS and the Prairie DOG DAYS of Summer RACHEL HELIE don’t say they’re better than anybody else but I’ll be danged if they ain’t just as good! This statement is derived from the play by Rogers and Hammerstein, “Oklahoma!”, an American tale of the frontier and the love that Curly has for Laurey. It is the play that the Perry Players Youth Workshop lives and breathes these days. Workshop Director Joy Goodman, has been performing since age five, first appeared in a production of “Three Princesses”. The acting bug bit her hard and now nearing her twentieth year with the Perry Players Theatre, actress Gale Bryant describes her as “a wonderful inspiration”. Joy is the Perry Players Youth Workshop director. From set design to direction, she oversees every aspect. For two weeks, an all youth cast and crew “train in stage movement, audition technique, acting, characterization, makeup, dance, and singing which all culminate in three performances.” She feels her job isn’t just to encourage these kids while on stage but to encourage them in life. “Public speaking is probably the number one fear. Being on stage helps these kids to develop the skills to deal with situations that will require speaking to groups of any size.They get to step into the spotlight for a little while!,” she said. Indeed, a public speaking course is required in the college core curriculum in the state of Georgia. Joy cultivates a climate of mutual respect and participation. She tries to give every kid a line and those who have been with the company and have shown dedication to their craft get to participate in so much more. Ben Stroman serves as assistant director

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and has participated in the Perry Players Theatre for eight years now. He demonstrates the confidence and enthusiasm of someone who is at home on stage. He issues his directions with cheerful authority. He was particularly instrumental in the fight scene that happens during the “The Farmer and The Cowman Should Be Friends” sequence in “Oklahoma!” Sarah Freeman, who recently accepted a scholarship at Emory, serves as choreographer and has danced locally with the Academy of Dance in Warner Robins since she was a very young girl. The Perry Players Theatre is located in Perry’s historic downtown area, and has the same quaint charm as the tree-lined lanes. There is such a sense of fun in the cozy auditorium…an intimacy between the audience and the players. The theatre’s lobby is an unfussy affair. The checkered floors and simple box office feel unostentatious, as does the whole ethic that seems to permeate the Youth Workshop. This is a place that you can’t help think would be good for a kid. Show dates are July 22-24 and July 28-30. All shows begin at 7:30pm, matinees at 2:30. Tickets are $10. For more information, contact Perry Players theatre at (478) 987-5354 or visit their website at www.perryplayers.org. Perry Player Community Theatre is a non-profit organization . Auditions for their next production, “Arsenic and Old Lace” are August 7 at 2:30 and August 8 at 7p.m.

Brandon Waggie, new to Warner Robins - "Yes. Because there are some things that the appropriate punishment is death. [Casey Anthony] needs a change of address." Michael "Dre'" Tristan - Warner Robins - "No, I believe everyone should have a second chance at redemption." Shannon Province - "No. Because they should suffer behind bars."

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Coalition of Concerned Citizens - Houston County

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hroughout our nation's history, many authors have had an impact on both the political and social aspects of our society. The “Federalist Papers” stand out to us as one of the most important series of printed materials. This literature made the way for the adoption of the US Constitution. They were written from 1777 to 1778 by three different authors, but published under the byline Publius. The reasoning behind Publius was to represent the ideas behind the writing as one of a group and not individuals. Although, the identifica-

tion of the authors of most the papers are now undisputed, scholars still debate over the rest. In a similar vein, this is the first article from the Coalition of Concerned Citizens Houston County. So, who is the Coalition of Concerned Citizens Houston County? We are a very diverse group of community leaders brought together by a common interest in making this a better community to live in. We hold true to our core values -- such as, the necessity for transparency in our government, the importance of environmental conscientiousness, the importance of good

ethics (especially in leadership roles), and the principle everyone can make a difference in our community and society. Future articles will cover various topics of importance to Houston County and its residents. As we begin to embark on our published journey, we wonder, will someone someday speculate over the individual authors of our column?

PICK US UP AT THESE FINE LOCATIONS throughout Houston County WARNER ROBINS:

Museum of Aviation RAFB Commons Macon State WR campus Nola Brantley Library WR Little Theatre Medical Associates Moe’s El Cotija Friends’s II Bar & Grill Tips VIP Lounge Fincher’s BBQ Wow Cafe Margarita’s Smokes BBQ 06 JULY 8 - 22, 2011

Crickets Bar & Grill Yesterdaze Bar & Grill Shane’s Rib Shack The Tavern Buffalo’s Hooter’s Shannon’s Cafe Mama Goldbergs MC Salon Color Me Pink Bedford Park Apts. Express Auto Hamby Auto Larry’s Giant Subs Bouchez

Allen’s Pizzeria Georgia Bob’s Shenanigan’s Roberto’s Mexican Wellston’s Diner Larry’s Giant Subs Starship Mellow Mushroom Middle GA Tech. College WR Music Store Chandler Collision Majestic Frames Touch of Magick El Tapatio Cafe Caribe Restaurant

We want to hear what your questions, concerns, and ideas are that impact Houston County. Find us on Facebook as Coalition of Concerned Citizens Houston County, or email us at coalitionhoustoncounty@gmail.com

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Peach Mall Music Masters Georgia Bob’s Byron Cane Vineyards Montana’s Lane Packing

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EDUCATION

Parents can opt for child to attend any school in Houston County

Georgia parents/guardians now have the option to request that their children attend any school within the school system, based on space availability, thanks to House Bill 251 (HB251). School districts determine available classroom space after all assigned students have been enrolled. Information about HB251 is posted to the system Web site,www.hcbe.net, to include the implementation procedures, preliminarylist of schools with available classroom space and an application to request a transfer. Currently there are openings at seven elementary schools: Centerville, Kings Chapel, Lindsey, Miller, Northside, Pearl Stephens and Shirley Hills. All middle schools and high schools are at capacity. HB251 exempts schools open for less than four years; therefore, Veterans High School is exempt. According to HCBOE, parents who desire to request a school transfer may print a “2011-2012 Application to Request Public School Transfer” from the Web site or pick up a form from any school. Applications will be accepted August 1 through 18. Applications must be postmarked by August 18, 2011. A computer-generated lottery will be used to approve or deny transfer requests in the event applications exceed a school’s space availability. Families who request a transfer will be notified of approval or denial by August 26, 2011. All students are to begin the school year at their home zoned school. Approved transfers will be effective no earlier than September 2, 2011, following notification. Parents who transfer their children under HB251 are required by law to assume all costs and responsibilities related to the transportation of the student to and from school as long as the child remains at that school. Applications for transfer must be mailed to the Assistant Superintendent for School Operations, Linda Horne, c/o Houston County Board of Education, P.O. Box 1850, Perry, Georgia, 31069. Schools are not accepting these applications. For more information, contact Horne atLinda.Horne@hcbe.net or 478-218-7512.

NHS students are winners at State STAR Event Northside High Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competitors won silver and bronze awards at the STAR (Student Taking Action with Recognition) event held at the Classic Center in Athens, Ga. More than 26 high schools competed in this competition. At the end of competitions, Hannah Rockwell and Morgan Young won 2nd place with Silver medals, and Faith Jones, Emily Jones and Jordan Colquitt won 3rd place with Bronze medals. Faculty advisor Caroline Horton was there with them every step of the way and is very proud of her students.

HCHS gets new principal

Dr. Michelle Masters was appointed principal of Houston County High School during the June Board meeting. She replaces Sherri Freeman who has accepted a position with the Barrow County School System. Dr. Masters has lived in Houston County since 1996, and; whe is married to Wayne Masters; they have two sons, Jake and Ben. She has 20 years of experience in education with nine years served in Houston County as a teacher and assistant principal. A native of Manchester, Ga., she served as assistant principal at Warner Robins High School before accepting a position as the principal of Bleckley County High School. Masters commented, “I am thrilled to be a Houston County Bear! I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, students and the entire Bear family. Houston County High has a tradition of excellence and high expectations in all arenas. I look forward to providing the energy, leadership and support necessary to achieve beyond expectations and to always expect excellence!” Houston County High is located at 920 Highway 96 in Warner Robins.

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DINING OUT | local dining spotlight

DINNER WITH A VIEW - MONTANA’S BAR & GRILL STATHAM’S LANDING

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ou have a hankering for a big juicy steak, but you are on the east side of town and the thought of battling traffic to get to a steakhouse on the west side of Warner Robins makes you shudder? Not a problem, one of the area’s best restaurants is waiting to give you a great dining experience…without the dreaded commute. Snuggled among the majestic trees and rolling green lawns of Statham’s Landing golf course is Montana’s Bar & Grill beckoning you to partake of its robust menu. Diners need not be members of the golf club or residents of the neighborhood—everyone is welcome. The upscale atmosphere and friendly staff ensure that diners will have a serene, leisurely meal. The dining room is quite large, making it a perfect place for special occasions. The walls of windows provide a birds-eye view of golfers and their accoutrements. (Girls…be sure to ask for a table by the window so you can fully enjoy the muscular legs of the male golfers clad in their madras shorts!) Lunch is available from 11 – 4 p.m. and, if you call ahead, your meal will be waiting for you upon arrival. Prices are fantastic, ranging from $5.99 to $9.99. The portions are quite large and the dishes are sumptuous. As

with most lunch menus, there is a vast array of sandwiches from which to choose, along with a selection of entrees: beef, chicken, seafood. The blackened Grouper is moist, flaky, and not overly seasoned. Combined with a dish of steamed broccoli, squash, carrots, and zucchini, it’s understandable why this is a customer favorite. Other entrees include chopped steak, Six-Gun chicken, shrimp, and even Country Fried Steak. All entrees are served with your choice of a side item. Grilled salads are also available along with a Western Stir Fry and Stuffed Potato. Dinner is available from 4 – 10 p.m. and the menu offers a comprehensive assortment of entrees priced from $12.95 to $20.95. In addition to the requisite appetizers is Armadillo Eggs, stuffed with zesty cheddar cheese and served with ranch dipping sauce. Montana’s Rib eye, another favorite among diners, is 14 solid ounces of pure heaven. Tender, juicy, and savory, this steak is served with bread, salad, and a side dish. Be sure to try the remoulade sauce, it offers an interesting twist to the usual steak. All steaks can be topped with grilled mushrooms, grilled shrimp, or grilled onions for a small upcharge. The garlic mashed potatoes, served with skins, lumps, and butter, rival anything your momma has

served you. If steak isn’t your thing, try some seafood: Grouper, shrimp prepared several ways, and Salmon. Also available is chicken, prepared several different ways, along with tender ribs. And for dessert, diners can choose from several types of cheesecake. Lest you think they’ve forgotten the kids, rest assured, they have a large assortment of kid-friendly dishes. Cheeseburgers, chicken fingers, grilled cheese…oh my! They may have a hard time deciding on just one dish when they see that kids can choose from the status quo or they can even order Fried Shrimp, spaghetti, and a Lil’ Hoss Steak. Parents will enjoy the special pricing on the kids menu as prices range from $2.99 to $6.99. For the older folk, Montana’s Bar & Grill offers a good assortment of libations. Order the House Specialty Wine with dinner or just come hang out in the bar and enjoy your favorite sports on the large screen TVs. Montana’s Bar & Grill has two locations: Byron and The Landings-309 Statham’s Way. Both locations can accommodate large parties and cater events in-house and onsite. For more information, call Montana’s at The Landings, (478) 923-5222 or Byron, (478) 956-0441.

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THE DISH dining hotspots BLD: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner BAR: Alcohol Served $: Entrees under $10 $$: $10-$20 $$$: Above $20

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A Q&A with those in the restaurant biz

Montana’s Steakhouse, Byron Specializing in some of this areas finest steaks, ribs, chicken & seafood. Located in the Peach Outlet Mall and open Monday - Sunday 11 am - 10 pm! 311 Ga Highway 49 N Byron, (478) 956-0441.

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Where he works? Buffalo’s Southwest Cafe Hometown: Warner Robins

Friends Bar & Grill Serving up your favorite homestyle dishes, along with famous burgers, chicken tenders and other bar food staples.1129 Russell Pkwy,225.1165 LD • BAR • $.

Johnny’s New York-style Pizzeria A New York style pizzeria featuring fresh baked pizza, authentic pasta dishes, calzones, subs and salads. Monday nights, kids dine for 99¢ (one-topping slice and a drink.) This pizzeria offers an amazing and affordable menu also featuring weekly drink specials and some nightly entertainment. Student Special Monday - Friday 2-5pm, enjoy 2 cheese slices and a coke for just $4.99. LD • BAR • $-$$ Hwy 96 in Kroger Shopping Center. Open Mon-Thu,Sun 11am-9:30pm; Fri-Sat 11am-10:30pm. 478.988.0220 Mellow Mushroom In 1974, three college students in Atlanta opened the first of what has now grown to 100 restaurants. Each one locally-owned and operated, with their own distinct, funkified flavor. Gourmet pizza, original sandwiches and a large drink menu. Family friendly! LD • BAR • $-$$ Located just off Bass Road at 5425 Bowman Road, Macon.

The Tavern at Southland Station American dining at its finest. Entrée choices are vast and the portions are plentiful.Whether selecting seafood, chicken or beef, diners are sure to be amazed by the succulent USDA prime-aged steak, fresh fish and unique daily specials prepared by

What he recommends Our Chopped Steak.

Favorite restaurant other than where you work? Olive Garden, can’t get enough bread sticks and bottomless salad. Executive Chef Mike Vinson. Ask about the crab cake weekend special. LD • BAR • $-$$ 117 Russell Pkwy (near Southland Station), Monday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – midnight. For more information, call (478) 929-5126 or visit the website at www.thetavern.biz

Allen’s Stone-baked Pizzeria Handmade dough, special requests, and X-box 360’s Kinect make this the perfect place for the family. Lunchtime, 11 – 3 p.m., offers a special 15-minute guarantee to have your pizza to your table at a cost of only $4.99 for one topping. Delivery, pick-up, or dine in. LD • $-$$ 115-A Margie Drive, just down from the Goodwill store. Hours of operation are Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.—10 p.m. and Sun. noon –9 p.m. Martin’s BBQ Pulled pork, ribs, sliced beef brisket, sausage, smoked turkey, pork chops and all the normal fixins for a

good ole southern barbecue can be found at convenient locations. $-$$ 102 South 1st Street (near the base) 478-923-0800 & 866 Ga Highway 96 # D 478-988-0292

Shakey's Pizza Parlor With an all-you-can-eat buffet offered in addition to their special pizzas, Shakey's is a family-friendly place. Offering specials for kids, military and senior citizens, there's something for every taste. Don't forget the fried chicken and cinnamon buns or you'll be sorry! Friday night, enjoy a special catfish and shrimp buffet. LD • $; $$ Hours of operation Sun. - Sat. 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; 785 N. Houston Rd., 478-923-5381

Montana’s Bar & Grill at The Landings Specializing in some of this areas finest steaks, ribs, chicken & seafood. With lunch and dinner specials, open seven days a week. Special dinner menu Thursday - Saturday 5pm-closing. 309 Statham’s Way, 478-923-5222

Café Caribe Authentic Dominican, Cuban, & Puerto Rican cuisine prepared with fresh ingredients, choice meats, seafood, and rice & beans. LD $-$$; 713 Watson Blvd., by Nola Brantley Library; 478-922-6700. Hours M-W 10:30 - 3 p.m.;Th-Sat 10:30 - 7 p.m.; Sun. 1 - 5. Rusty's Downtown Grill & Bar Appetizers, Beef, Seafood and Pasta entrees, kids meals, large selection of desserts and full bar. LD - Lunch $; Dinner $ $$ $$$ 807 Carroll Street, Perry, (478-224-7878. Mon Thurs:11:00 am-9:00 pmFri - Sat:11:00 am-10:00 pm Grampa's Catfish House Seafood. LD $ $$, 2907 Watson Blvd (by Target) Hours Sun - Sat noon - 10 p.m.

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MEET MAT WEBER - THE POOL GUY

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How long have you been doing what your doing? Established my business, The Pool Guy in 2002.

Ultimate vacation if expenses didn’t matter? My family & myself LOVE the Bahamas, we try & visit there twice a year if not more.

What do you like about your job? What’s not to like about working outside in the beautiful Georgia weather, making my own hours and every now & then surprising a topless sunbather.

What are your usual plans for a weekend? When im not rockin’ with my band 2FingerJester I can be found surrounded by family & friends around my swimming pool.

Do you get thanked often?All the time, people love a crystal clear, blue swimming pool How do you beat the heat? I work around swimming pools, When I’m hot I just jump in! (besides im usually home

Who is your Hero of Summer? all the public service people that keep us safe. What’s your advice to our reader’s trying to have fun this summer. It doesn’t cost alot of money to have fun its more important who you’re with then where you are... but if you wanna have a GREAT time come party with 2FingerJester!

Catch Mat and the rest of the band, 2 Finger Jester at The Hummingbird, July 15.

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How long have you been doing what your doing? I’ve been a car hop at Sonic for ten years. What do you like about your job? The People. We’ve got great staff and great customers. It’s a lot of fun working at Sonic. Do you get thanked often? Oh yes. I even have nicknames from the regulars that come thru the drive-thru, some of them are Superwoman, Tiny and Trouble.

Ultimate vacation if expenses didn’t matter? I’d go to Israel, the Holy lands. What are your usual plans for a weekend? Take the kids to a movie and dinner, topped off with a milkshake from Sonic. Who is your Hero of Summer? My Daddy! What’s your advice to our reader’s trying to have fun this summer. Keep Hydrated, have fun, get out and do something.

How do you beat the heat? Make sure I’m off by two. Just kidding. We’ve got a pretty good supply of Cherry Limeade

MEET ANDREW SCOTT - BEER DISTRIBUTOR

How long have you been doing what your doing? I’ve been a driver/merchandiser for Bibb Distributing going on five years. What do you like about your job? I like not being tied down to a desk, and I like meeting new people.

Do you get thanked often? Yes. People thank me all the time for providing them with cold Budwieser. How do you beat the heat? I stay hydrated and I get an early start on the day.

What are your usual plans for a weekend? I usually stay in and hang with the wife and kids. Maybe watch a good movie or a UFC fight. Who is your Hero of Summer? Well not just for summer, but my heroes are the men and women fighting for our freedom Overseas.

Ultimate vacation if expenses didn’t matter? I’d like to take my wife to the Virgin Islands for a month and just relax.

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ecently, I went to my regular hair salon. I was secured in my protective cape, complimentary coffee was flowing, and plans for my hair design were in negotiation. The scene was set and my stylist was assuredly held hostage by my verbal diarrhea as she worked her magic. Next, the free coffee beside her booth ensnared my daughter’s stylist in our conversation. After the regular social greetings were over, I decided to tap both stylists for their observations and opinions of their military patrons’ lifestyles. I received some routine, safe answers. But after some prodding, it unexpectedly launched into a diatribe on how the United States government backed the September 11th attacks. My stylist was rescued by her next waiting client, but my daughter’s stylist continued to passionately lay out his case for the titillating idea that the Feds planned those devastating attacks. Without a doubt, his case’s central foundation was the skein of evidence that he had located on the internet. Some of his cited examples are: hidden footage of the US missile that hit the Pentagon before the plane did, non-descript faces testifying to seeing that missile fired by US fighter jets, and even more arcane visuals covering the mysterious explosion patterns and ultimate fall of the World Trade Center (WTC). He also implied that the planes that left Boston didn’t really come from there and that the passenger manifests were fabricated. Now, I don’t think the US government being involved in unsavory plots is exactly a newsflash; but, I also don’t think that the internet is the best source of infallible information either. The stylist admits to not being completely sold

on this conspiracy theory, but he refused to deny all the clandestine digital images. Being caught off-guard made me feel as if I was grasping at straws to counter his accusations. I offered that Osama Bin Laden was recorded expressing his joy over his successes and that the WTC falling was an added bonus. The stylist asked me if I happen to know Arabic and if I truly knew that was what Bin Laden was saying. I told him I didn’t speak Arabic, but I had friends who did. Too, as if not one Arab-American wouldn’t step forward and bust the phony translation splashed all over the networks. I suggested that the same clever editing tricks used to produce footage of what we are supposed to believe could’ve also been used to create those internet documentaries overflowing with covert images. (Aren’t political campaign commercials famous for that technique?) Furthermore, I was living in Boston on September 11, 2001, and that city was mourning the deaths of real people. To wind down the debate I interjected, “How do you know that I am not a hologram projection beamed in by the government to question your loyalty?!� That silly remark made us both pause and stare up into space. Perhaps being in the government’s fold makes me a little muddy-eyed on believing in such atrocious theories. I’ve seen service members (combatants and non-combatants alike) go to Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Pakistan, return back to their normal duty stations, and changed from the experience. It’s hard to know whether or not my kind is a troop of puppets being manipulated through this unpleasant experience. Nevertheless, the stylist emphatically stated that he “supports the troops,� but not the former administration. I find that it’s hard to truly separate the two.


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TWO WEEKS OF MUSICAL FREAKS All dressed up and no where to go? Let me help. Plethra at Bouchez on July 8th followed by Mama T & Mark Johnson on July 10th. Mystery Road will be at Yesterdaze on July 15th and From Within will be at Shenanigan’s on the same date. Failtrain’s back at the Cavern on July 16th and Jubee and the Morning After will tear it up at Bouchez on the 17th. Catch Homeless Hill at The Cavern on July 30th but before that don’t miss Holocaustion and Grievances at Bouchez on the 22nd. From Within has 2 more dates so you have no excuses. They are at Kipper’s on the 14th and at Bouchez on the 17th. Shout out to Ransom who’s in Bibb County this month, ya’ll have a good time out there. Steve & Mike are at the Cavern on July 21st and Kipper’s on July 22nd. Shane Coulliard will be at HUD’s Clubhouse on July 7th. And finally, you know you can always find some great tunes at The Tavern every Tuesday at 6:30 with Phil & Michelle Palma and Wednesday at 6:30 with Rob Walker and Eddie Stone. Eddie just got back from Europe where he did some touring with Doc Holliday. Welcome Home Eddie. If you need to get your gig posted here, just email me at david.11thhourhoco@gmail.com…and I thank you.

OH SAY, DID YOU KNOW? Yes, we all learned in the third grade that our national anthem, The Star Spangled Banner, was written by Francis Scott Key during the British naval bombardment of Fort McHenry in the War of 1812. But as I stood earlier today with sparkler in one hand and spatula in the other, I began to wonder about the music of the song and, at first opportunity, I sat down with trusty laptop, did some research and found some interesting insights regarding our musical motto. Francis Scott Key may be credited with the lyrics of our anthem; however, for the musical composition, we must look across the Atlantic and find the British composer, church organist and early musi-

cologist, John Stafford Smith. The original composition of this song was not intended to be the American anthem but was meant for a less noble purpose. Originally named The Anacreontic Song, it was written in the mid 1700s for the Anacreontic Society, a gentlemen’s club in London for amateur musicians and poets who would gather under the name of Greek poet and entertainer, Anacreon. With its difficult range (one and a half octaves to be exact), they would use the song as a sobriety test. If you could sing it without going off-key, you were sober enough for another round. Soon it would become a popular drinking song for the whole of London, Britain and, later on, in early America. The Star-Spangled Banner, originally named The Defense of Fort McHenry, was adopted as out national anthem on March 3rd, 1931 by President Herbert Hoover.

CURTIS N’ HOBBS When asked what my motivation is for writing about the music scene, here in Wartown, I tell people it’s mostly just been an awesome way for me to meet great players and cool cats like Jason Taylor Hobbs and Darin Curtis from Homeless Hill. They have been running an open mic night or as I like to call it “Jam Night” at Kipper’s Sports Grill starting at 9:30pm. For those of you interested, we are holding our first ever local musicians’ pow-wow on July 11th. So if you are a musician, pro or amateur, come hang out with us and help us make Warner Robins the best music scene in Middle Georgia. Oh and by the way, Kipper’s is offering a ten dollar bar tab to anyone who gets up and plays on the stage so if that doesn’t get you off your couch on a Monday night, I don’t know what will.

STEVE & MIKE You know you’ve heard them, you know you love them. It is truly an honor to get to talk about these two amazing local players and the 25 year history they share as entertainers. I caught their show last week and was, in a word, entertained. At the end of the day, all they want to do is have fun with people, goof around, play great music and

EVERYONE’S TALKIN’ ABOUT HOMELESS HILL - CATCH EM AT THE CAVEN JULY 30 entertain their audience. I sat down with Steve Holcomb for awhile and talked to him about their gig. What I get from Steve is that they are passionate about music, about their community and about giving people an experience that will put a smile on their face the day after. “The best compliment we ever get is when someone tells us how much fun they had. When people tell us we are awesome is cool, but we like knowing that people are having a good time when they come see us.,” Steve said. So what makes Steve & Mike so popular and fun? I pulled this quote from their facebook page which states, “Our sound can be best described as 'Powered Acoustic' and we strive to be a little different in our approach to music, especially the acoustic genre. You will quickly realize that our sound is much bigger than you expected, with our own basslines, percussions and various other instruments to numerous too count.” I inquired about any plans for any original music in the works and Steve mentioned that Mike and he have copyrights to roughly 150 songs but no sincere plans to put anything together in the near

future; however, time providing will begin working on a blues oriented demo. In a nutshell, Steve & Mike are the epitome of entertainment and you really ought to check them out sooner than later. What I dig about their groove is that they are about local music and have been instrumental in making our town a great place for live music. You can catch their act at The Cavern on July 22nd or at Kipper’s on July 24th.

BANDS I’D LIKE TO SEE

No kidding, the more I get into this whole music scene writing thing, the more musicians and bands I’m hearing about and talking to that I really want to check out. Guys like Tony Teston with Corruption and Lance Rodriguez with Southern Psykology, Jubee and the Morning After, From Within, Homeless Hill and the list goes on and on. To you guys and the rest, bear with me. I ain’t going nowhere and will make every possible effort to catch up with you sooner than later. In the meantime, as you well know, talk to me at david.11thhourhoco@gmail.com Have a great weekend everyone….I’m out.

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Saturday, July 9

Steve Holcomb and Mike Yurgalavage are no strangers to the middle Georiga music scene, but with a new name and broader song list, take a moment to...

Tokyo Spa @ The Cavern

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Tokyo Spa is a group of seasoned musicians, some well-known faces around Macon, GA, and four guys that have a seriously good time when they play! They rock out an impressive collection of tunes from every decade since the 60s. From the "Stones" to Pink Floyd to the White Stripes. ENjoy!

With an alias name of "WarTown", Steve and Mike are better known simply as "Steve & Mike" - who have played music in one form or another together for over 25 years. You will quickly realize that our sound is much bigger than you expected, with our own backing basslines, percussion, and various other instruments too numerous to count. With a performance list of well over 100 songs, our palette of covers runs through a variety of artists and styles. A long time staple of the Warner Robins music scene. Name a song you've listened to in the past 24 hours? MIKE: “Rope” by the Foo Fighters STEVE: "Life is Beautiful" - by SIXX A.M. What was the first album you bought with your own money? MIKE & STEVE: I think it was AC/DC Back in Black in 1980. "Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" Whose band t-shirt do you wear proudly? MIKE: ReHab 'Bartender I Really Did It This Time..." STEVE: Bonepony

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Just Friends @ Tips VIP Lounge

Come listen to the soulful sounds of Just Friends at Tips Lounge in an upscale, relaxed atmoshphere. Cool off before hitting the dance floor with $3 margaritas and $2 select bottles.

Recommend a band our readers must hear now? STEVE & MIKE: Homeless Hill from Warner Robins, take a listen at facebook.com/homeless-hill. What’s your favorite local happy hour spot? MIKE: I enjoy Kippers for drinks in Warner Robins.

“Venues and bands collectively, have gotten better than it was a few years ago in comparison to other neighboring cities. There is an abundance of talent and a great variety of styles here in Wartown from ‘The Wall’ to ‘Plethra’ to a variety of acoustic solo acts and of course some great legendary players like Rob Walker, Eddie Stone, and Bruce Brookshire, just to name a few.” - Steve STEVE: Kippers Sports Grill in Warner Robins & The Cavern in Bonaire Favorite local independent restaurant? MIKE: El Cotija Mexican Restaurant in Warner Robins, Mixed Fajitas and mucho cerveza! STEVE: Benson's Steak & Sushi located on S. Houston Lake Road. I love the Sesame Chicken!

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drafts draft and 10 wings $7.50 TRIVIA with Jim Cable Texas Hold ‘Em 7:30pm KIDS EAT FORSpecial: 99¢ 24oz 2-4-1 778 Hwy 96, Bonaire $5.99 Pitchers @ FRIENDS II all night A slice and a drink Soulful sounds of Just Friends Pool Tourney 8:30pm $1.99 drafts Tel: 988.0220 $3 Margs, $2 bud lite & Yeungling FRIENDS II WEDNESDAYS TIPS VIP LOUNGE DJ Drive til 2am LIVE MUSIC THUR 7/14 $2 Tuesdays: THE TAVERN Martini THE CAVERN Eddie Stone Within $6 Pitchers Simone & the Supercats From $2 premier beers 117 Russell Pkwy. Mondays: & Rob Walker all day YESTERDAZE and top shelf drinks KIPPER’S SPORTS GRILL 6:30-9:30 Tel: 929.5126 Trivia, $5.99 Pitchers @ JOHNNY’S PIZZERIA SAT 7/9 Steve & Mike SPECIAL: INDOOR CORNHOLE Tokyo Spa THE CAVERN TEXAS HOLD ‘EM TEXAS HOLD ‘EM FRIENDS II 7:30PM Karaoke with Jason, 9:30pm 24oz draft and 7:30PM THE CAVERN 7:30PM Russell Pkwy 10 wings $7.50 $5 to register KIPPER’S SPORTS GRILL POOL and TOURNEY 2’s DJ Phi on the 1’s (also wed & thur) KARAOKE 9pm DJ Drive TIPS VIP LOUNGE 8:30PM Indoor Cornhole 7:30pm, KIPPER’S SPORTS GRILL Karaoke 9pm @ FRIENDS II FRI 7/15 YESTERDAZE Campbell Airlines DJ Dance Party 710 Lake Joy RdPUB Eddie Stone & Rob Walker SHENANIGAN’S THE CAVERN Tel: 287.6355 6:30-9:30 @ THE TAVERN

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