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FALL DINING GUIDE

Manny’s • Christopher’s • Tokyo Japanese

Do Thriller Dance Practices!

The Orient Express • KBOB Kelly’s • Boro Take-Out

L&D Produce • McCallister’s • Silver Creek Saloon

Hear OctoberFest at Silver Creek Saloon Plainfield Project at Buffalo’s

Q&A With director of new Drive-By Truckers documentary!

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SEPT 29 - OCT 12 HAPPENINGS

ON THE CORNER

Where's your favorite place to eat in town?

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: “Shoguns. I really like sushi and theirs is delicious.” - Darrius

COME HEAR: Plainfield Project @ Buffalos

“Don C's (Don Corleone's) It's close by and open late.” - Nathan

Fall Dining Guide

“Zaxby's. I love their chicken zalad.” - Julie

Tokyo Japanese Restaurant, KBOB Kellys, Christopher’s, The Orient Express, Manny’s Sports Bar, L&D Produce, Boro Take-Out, McCalister’s & Papa Johns Q&A PG 12

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Thur Sept 30 This day in history: (1955) James Dean dies

at age 24 in a car crash in California.

A.E. Stringer Poetry Reading and Book Signing – Poet A.E. Stringer will be

reading from his work at 7 p.m. in room 1124 of the College of Business Administration (COBA). His most recent book of poems, Human Costume, was published in 2009 by Salmon Poetry Press. A previous collection, Channel Markers, was published by Wesleyan University Press. He recently edited and introduced a new edition of Louise McNeill’s classic Appalachian collection of poems, Paradox Hill (West Virginia Univeristy Press, 2009). He is professor of creative writing and literature at Marshall University, where he received the 2010 Distinguished Artists and Scholars Award in Humanities and Social Sciences. Sponsored by The Department of Writing and Linguistics and CLEC, the reading is free and open to the public. For more information, call (912) 478-0739.

Bouldering Night Out - Come hang out at

the rock wall with fellow climbers and "Rock"-out at the RAC at 7 p.m.

Fri Oct 1 This day in history: (1890) an act of Congress

creates Yosemite National Park.

F1RST FR1DAY – Downtown Statesboro’s

monthly night of activities begins at 5 p.m. First Friday features art gallery openings, downtown shopping specials, refreshments, live music, & more. September’s event will also feature a special F1RST Friday concert featuring Tasheina Canty White in the Emma Kelly Theater. Call 912-7647227 for more information.

Tues Oct 5 This day in history: (1947) On this day in

1947, President Harry Truman makes the first-ever televised presidential address.

Free Movie: Good Hair - Chris Rock visits

beauty salons and hairstyling battles, scientific laboratories and Indian temples to explore the way hairstyles impact the activities, pocketbooks, sexual relationships, and self-esteem of the Black community in this expose of comic proportions that only he could pull off. A raucous adventure prompted by Rock's daughter approaching him and asking, "Daddy, how come I don't have good hair?", GOOD

HAIR shows Chris Rock engaging in frank, funny conversations with hair-care professionals, beauty shop and barbershop patrons, and celebrities including Ice-T, Nia Long, Paul Mooney, Raven Symone, Dr. Maya Angelou, Salt-N-Pepa, Eve and Reverend Al Sharpton – all while he struggles with the task of figuring out how to respond to his daughter's question. Begins at 7 p.m. in the Russell Union Theater. Admission is free.

OTC Southern Authors in Residence: Jackie K. Cooper – As part of Ogeechee

Technical College’s ongoing Southern Authors in Residence series, author, critic and columnist Jackie K. Cooper will speak in the auditorium of the Joseph E. Kennedy building at 10:30 a.m. His reviews have run in many local media outlets, and he has also written several books detailing the many interesting aspects of his life. The event is free and open to the public.

Wed Oct 6 This day in history: (1847) Jane Eyre is pub-

lished by Charlotte Bronte, under the pseudonym, Currer Bell.

GSU’s Black Box Theater presents Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” each

night at 7:30 through Wednesday, Oct. 13, except on Sunday, Oct. 10, when the performance will begin at 2 p.m, and on Monday, when there will be no show. For reservations, call the box office at 478-5379.

Campus-wide HIV/STD testing - Rapid HIV and STD testing will be performed and students will receive their HIV tests results in 20 minutes in the Russell Union Rooms 2041, 2042 and 2044 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

BY LAURYN WILLIAMS articipants in the Michael Jackson “Thriller” dance will rehearse Thursdays in October in the Sea Island Bank parking lot. Sherri Thompson, the director, teaches the routine to participants for the performance October 30 at 9 p.m. The group asks for a $5 donation to go towards the United Way charity. People of all ages are encouraged to participate. “Our goal is to have 200 people participate this fall,” says Allen Muldrew, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority and Mainstreet Statesboro, who helps organize the event downtown. Rehearsal dates are October 7, 14 and 28 from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., and October 30 at 4 p.m. before the main performance that night. This dance performance will allow those from youth to adult to experience the feel of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and recognize one of the greatest pop star sensa-

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Professor of History at Weber State University, will present "It is Easy Being Green: Making Environmental Politics Rated "E" for Everyone” in the College of Education Auditorium at 6 p.m. This lecture is sponsored by CLEC and the Department of History and is free and open to all students, faculty, staff, and the public.

Fri Oct 8 This day in history: (1871) flames spark in a

Chicago barn, igniting a 2-day blaze that kills between 200 and 300 people, destroys 17,450 buildings,leaves 100,000 homeless.

Champions of the Dance - The live stage

version of Dancing with the Stars begins at 7:30 in the GSU Performing Arts Center. This show will use the same choreographer as the TV show, many of the same dancers and the extraordinary difference will be a LIVE performance. Our intimate auditorium will be perfect for this exciting show. Color, gowns, lights and extraordinary footwork. Tickets are $35 or $10 for students. Call (912) 478-7999 for tickets.

wonders from your own backyard on a crisp autumn night. See Jupiter, the Hubble Space Telescope, constellations, and another galaxy in the sky! Free event for all ages to enjoy. Begins at 7 p.m. in the planetarium in the Math and Physics building.

the RAC Lobby from 12:00 - 6:00 pm.

Thurs Oct 7 This day in history: (2003) actor Arnold

Sat Oct 9 This day in history: (1967) Socialist revolu-

Schwarzenegger is elected governor of California.

tionary and guerilla leader Che Guevara, age 39, is killed by the Bolivian army

Suzan Harjo (Cheyenne & Muscogee) is a prominent Native American leader in the arts, culture and policy. A poet, writer, curator and advocate, she has helped Native Peoples protect many sacred places and recover more than one million acres

Thriller Dance Practices

Environmental History Lecture: “It’s Easy Being Green” - Dr. Sara Dant,

Autumn Skies: Free Planetarium Event - Learn how to find and enjoy the celestial

Blood Drive - There will be a blood drive in

Lecture: Native American Mascots: Just Good Sports? -

of land. She has led successful national campaigns for laws in four decades to promote and protect Native nations, sovereignty, children, arts, cultures, languages and repatriation. She also has been in the forefront of efforts to eliminate socalled Native references in American sports. The lecture will begin at 7 p.m. in the Russell Union Ballroom.

GSU Football vs. Wofford: Family Weekend – The Eagles take on the Wofford

Terriers at 6 p.m. at Paulson Stadium during GSU family weekend. For more information visit www.GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com/football.

Sun Oct 10 This day in history: (2004) Superman

Christopher Reeve dies at age 52.

Glass and Photography Featured in Averitt’s Upcoming Exhibit

As its name suggests, the October Radiant Reflections exhibition at the Averitt Center is about glass – glass creations by Jonathan Poirier, photographic designs under glass by Debbie Bailey, and the ringing tones of music by Glass-Harpist Brien Engel. The October 8th opening promises to be spectacular, splashes of color and light along with tions of our time. All ages are welcome to food and drink that mirror the theme. experience ‘Thriller” during Scare on the The Radiant Reflections’ opening is Friday, October 8 at 7:00 p.m. Square.

Bike Tour and Low Country Boil - Join Southern Adventures on a scenic bike tour followed by an amazing low country boil. For more information, visit services.georgiasouthern.edu/cri/ southern_adventures/trips.html.

Mon Oct 11

This day in history: (2002) former President Jimmy Carter wins the Nobel Peace Prize "for his decades of untiring effort to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development."

Movie: Disgrace - Primarily an actor, Steve

Jacobs directs this gripping adaptation of J.M. Coetzee's novel about a depraved literature professor (John Malkovich) in Cape Town, South Africa. Anchored by another creepy and subtle, thoroughly confounding performance from John Malkovich. The film, part of GSU’s Cinema Arts Series, begins at 7:15 p.m. in the Russell Union Theater. Admission is $3.

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farmers market EVERY SATURDAY 9-1, EVERY TUESDAY EVENING 6-8PM. Mainstreet Farmer’s Market – Now you can check out our farmer’s market on Tuesday evenings as well as Saturdays. Stop by the downtown Sea Island Bank parking lot from 6 – 8 p.m. to sample some of our local farmer’s best. Call (912) 764-7227 or visit www.mainstreetstatesborofarmersmarket.com for more information.

art exhibits Radiant Reflections Exhibition:

October 8 – November 17, 2010. Opening Reception: Friday, October 8, 7 p.m. public invited, complimentary drinks and light hors d'oeuvres. Averitt Center Main Gallery. Benton’s vibrant photography reflects her love of rural and natural settings. Her works are complemented by Jonathan Poirier, owner of Drayton Glassworks. These two art forms create the perfect counterpart between two very diverse media. Visit www.hbdocumentary.com and www.draytonglassworks.com.

Exhibition: MFA Biennial

Center for Art & Theatre, Contemporary Gallery 233 Pittman Drive, Statesboro, Thru September 30, 2010. An exhibition highlighting artwork by alumni and Master of Fine Art candidates from the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art graduate program is now on display in the Center for Art & Theatre. Located in the Contemporary and University Galleries, the 2010 MFA Biennial Exhibition will be on display until September 30, 2010. The public is invited to attend a reception celebrating the fine accomplishments of these artists will take place on Friday, September 24 from 5 – 7pm. The exhibition features the work of 21 artists who continue to push visual and conceptual boundaries. "This exhibition is a fantastic opportunity to showcase an impressive group of emerging artists with the outstanding work of alumni who have transitioned into professional artists," said Gallery Director, Marc Mitchell.

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FOOTBALL PREVIEW

Eagles Blow Over Coastal Carolina and Trample Elon in SoCon Matchup

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agles Blow Over Coastal Carolina And Trample Elon In SoCon Matchup Wofford May Have Some Cause For Concern After Two Big Wins For The Eagles With a 38-21 win over 10th ranked Elon and a 43-26 win over the Chanticleers of Coastal Carolina, the Georgia Southern Eagles will begin preparations to face the Terriers of Wofford in their second conference matchup on October 9th. With a strong season already under way and an overall record of 3-1 for 2010, Eagle fans and players are excited and ready to move further into conference play. After an impressive stand against Navy in week two of the 2010 season, the Eagles used high spirits and heavy momentum to plow through Coastal Carolina in Conway, SC and put a 43-26 win in the books. After a rocky first quarter with no score from either team, the Eagles stepped up their game in the second quarter, putting a total of 19 points on the board and heading into halftime with a 13 point lead over the Chanticleers. Freshman fullback Robert Brown and junior quarterback Jaybo Shaw led the Eagles’ offense to a total of 369 yards, while the defense helped them gain two unanswered touchdowns late in the 4th quarter to seal the win. With a score of 2926 to start the 4th quarter, Georgia Southern was looking for an opportunity to seal the win and sophomore linebacker Kyle Oehlbeck found just that, recovering a Chanticleers’fumble and punching it in for a quick Eagle touchdown. An interception from junior safety Derek Heyden and fresh-

man linebacker Carlos Cave’s punt block also gave the Eagles a boost, making their on-the-road win against Coastal Carolina a true team effort. With a strong team win against Coastal Carolina, I don’t think it was a huge surprise to anyone that the Eagles were able to continue their 2010 campaign with a 38-21 win over 10th ranked Elon on September 25th, opening conference play for the Eagles and giving them their first FCS ranked opponent of the season. Although the first half of the game against the Phoenix of Elon ended in a 14-14 tie, the Eagles’ defense really gave the Elon offense some troubles, with senior linebacker E.J. Webb making an interception on Elon’s opening drive and safety Derek Heyden gaining a career best eight total tackles for the night. After some play against Coastal Carolina, linebacker Carlos Cave also made an impressive appearance against Elon, recording a career best of 7 tackles in his first start for the Eagles. Combine all this with a sack from sophomore defensive tackle Brent Russell and a second interception by junior cornerback Laron Scott and you’re got an impressive defensive effort and an exciting game! By the end of the night, the defense proved to be a little more than the Phoenix could handle, providing support the Eagle offense needed to catch the win against their SoCon opponents from North Carolina. Offensively, the Eagles gained 508 total yards against the Phoenix, including 379 rushing and 129 passing and marking their second 500 plus yard game of the 2010

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BY CARSON GREER his weekend in Statesboro what down time I had was pretty laid back. Seeing as my last school week was so exhausting, by the time I would normally be ready to party, I was more ready to sleep for days. After work on Friday night I went to Chops for a drink. I have to commend 119 Chops on their level of business Friday night. The entire place was packed with parties ranging in size from 2-30-45. Way to go Chops, that’s great business! After another long day of catering on Saturday, I enjoyed a nice, peaceful evening. To those of you who tailgated, you are one game ahead of me. I felt R&R was more important than boozing all day but I hope those of you who did had a good enough time for me too. Although this weekend was spent staying in rather than being out and about, I have had some great weekends in the past. After this issue, I will be retiring as the 11th Hour’s out and about columnist to start writing more columns related to restaurants and entertainment. I have enjoyed writing about my experiences and letting you, as readers, get to know me better through my adventures in Statesboro. I look forward to sharing my interest in restaurants, food, and other entertainment experiences with you in future issues. Keep doing what you do Statesboro, there will soon be another out and about columnist looking to meet you.

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season. Senior fullback Lee Banks was definitely a force to be reckoned with in this matchup, gaining 125 rushing yards over 25 carries. Sophomore slotback Darreion Robinson was also a big part of the Eagles? offensive effort, putting up 92 yards with 13 carries. Although the Elon offense was able to score a last minute touchdown in the 4th quarter, the Eagles had already put up 14 points in the fourth quarter alone and ended the game with a 23 yard field goal from junior kicker Adrian Mora. This strong offensive campaign combined with an aggressive defensive effort made for a good night at Paulson Stadium, sending Eagle fans and players home with their heads held high. With an overall record of 3-1 and having played some tough opponents including Navy and FCS 10th ranked Elon, the Eagles will be moving into an off week on October 2nd, but probably won?t be taking any time away from practice as they prepare for their next Southern Conference battle against the Terriers of Wofford on October 9th. With a record of 2-1 as of week four, Wofford will be coming to Paulson Stadium to face the Eagles for both teams? second SoCon matchup of the season and both teams should show up expecting a win. Georgia Southern has a great advantage not only in playing at home, but also in having two weeks to prepare for the matchup, but don’t expect Wofford to show up limping just because they’ll be facing Furman the week before. The Terriers of Wofford have definitely given the Eagles some trouble over the past few years, winning one of the past three matchups in overtime and keeping

it within five points in the other two. However, with the Eagles having the home field advantage and having a little extra time to prepare as they move deeper into conference play, the battle should favor the Eagles even if just by a few points. Although the Terriers have played it close the past few meetings, head coach Jeff Monken and an excited and confident Eagle team have already proved that big wins are making a comeback and that it?s time to get back to the glory days of Georgia Southern, so this could turn out to be more proof that the option is not only back, but that it’s also just as effective as it ever was. With so many new faces and developments in the SoCon, a lot has changed and a lot of fans are asking themselves what’s going to happen throughout the rest of the season as the Eagles look forward to opponents like Appalachian State, Furman, and Chattanooga. Be sure to check out the SoCon matchup between Wofford and Furman on October 2nd to see what the Eagles will be facing later this season and what we can expect as Georgia Southern continues the hunt for that playoff spot. October 9th is also Family Weekend for the Eagles, so you can expect a huge crowd in this SoCon matchup as fans pack Paulson Stadium with friends and family! Let’s be sure to bring the noise and the blue as the Eagles push for their second SoCon win of the 2010 season and give further opponents something to worry about! Sagameday in Statesboro, so I?ll see you at Paulson! Go Eagles!


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POTENT PUNCHES

There is one thing that Southerners bring to the art of tailgating, our long standing love for potent punches, cocktails and classy finger foods. With Georgia Southern football season officially kicking off Saturday at 6 p.m., we thought we’d bring our obsession for cocktails, navy blue dresses and GSU wear into full swing. Naturally with the madness comes hunch punch and fully iced kegs. As everybody begins to seek out their perfect tailgating spot and prepare their tents, I thought I would entice you to forgo your average hunch punch and pigs in a blanket and try something a little different for a change. Our recipes are Solo cup approved and guaranteed not leave that embarrassing red mustache.

Grilling Fun for Tailgating Parties

for the ladies

If you’re short on cash this tailgating season and have to opt for pleasing your football loving crowd from your own kitchen, I have provided you with crowd pleasing recipes that are light on your wallet and heavy on flavor.

Southern Belle Cocktail

This is a great make-ahead drink, and while it looks frou-frou, your guy pals will be jealous of the bourbon wafting in the air.

GAMEDAY Kegs FAVORITE & eggs

1 part whiskey 1 part bourbon 1 part orange juice 1 part lemon-lime soda 1 splash grenadine Orange slices (for garnish) In a large pitcher filled with ice, combine all ingredients except orange slices and stir thoroughly. Pour into individual highball glasses or mason jars. Garnish each glass with an orange slice and serve cold.

Paula Deen’s Southern-style Deviled Eggs

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Artillery Punch

You guys are not known for following directions, but we promise, if you do this right, it will pack the punch 2 cups sweet red wine 2 cups tea 2/3 cup rum 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup whiskey Did you know: 1/2 cup orange juice Artillery Punch was concocted 1/2 cup gin by Confederate Soldiers and 1/2 cup brandy their wives for special social 1/3 cup lemon juice events during the Civil War. 1 bottle champagne In a large container, mix all ingredients except Champagne. Cover and refrigerate for several days. Stir in champagne just prior to serving. Serves about 20 of your pals.

Eagles Fans Soar

A tempting blue cocktail for the avid Eagles fan!

7 large eggs, hard boiled and peeled 1/4 cup mayonnaise 1 1/2 tablespoons sweet pickle relish 1 teaspoon prepared mustard Salt and pepper, for taste Paprika, for garnishing Sweet gherkin pickles sliced, for garnishing Pimentos, for garnishing Directions Halve 7 eggs lengthwise. Remove yolks and place in a small bowl. Mash yolks with a fork and stir in mayonnaise, pickle relish, and mustard. Add salt and pepper, to taste. Fill egg whites evenly with yolk mixture. Garnish with paprika, pickles and pimentos. Store covered in refrigerator.

1/2 oz vodka 1/2 oz gin 1/2 oz rum 1/2 oz 1800® Tequila

1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur 1 1/2 oz sweet and sour mix 4 - 5 oz 7-Up® soda 1 Lemon for garnish

In a large container, mix all ingredients add ice stir thoroughly and pour into mason jars.

GRILL MASTERS Tailgating Made Easy Burger The bacon & onion are already inside the patty! 1 1/2 pounds ground round 1/2 cup cooked and minced bacon 1/2 cup bar-b-que sauce (your favorite flavor) 1 small minced onion Any of your favorite toppings for hamburger Directions Mix ingredients together. Shape into patties and grill over prepared grill until done. If you wanna get fancy, top with guacamole or A1 Steakhouse.

Grilling Corn on the Cob

1) Soak your fresh cobs of corn in cold water for at least 30 minutes. 2) Remove 3-4 layers of the husk, save the leaves for tying later. Remove as much of the corn silk as possible by gently pulling down the remaining husk. 3) While the corn is still open, brush on butter, powdered garilic or even rosemary 4) Tie up the ends of the corn, and place on medium heat for 10-15 minutes. Enjoy!

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FALL DINING GUIDE Christopher’s Christopher’s is an up-scale fine-dining restaurant located in Statesboro’s Midtown Market area. It is the perfect place to go for any special occasion or for a unique, fine-dining experience that you won’t get anywhere else. The menu at Christopher’s changes occasionally with what ingredients are in season. Every Wednesday is Sushi night, where the chefs are creating some incredible rolls that only Christopher’s has to offer. If you want the fine dining meal and experience for less, check out Christopher’s for lunch. The lunch menu features their signature sandwiches, salads, and entrees for nearly half the price of dinner.

Manny's Neighborhood Grille A Sports Bar with great food, from grouper fingers to corndogs, Buffalo oysters to Greek specialties. Delivery available. Manny's has won Best Place to Watch The Game and Best Ethnic Food by 11th readers in the 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards.

Tokyo Japanese Restaurant

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Restaurant: Manny’s Hometown: Savannah What she recommends: "I'm a big fan of the pita sandwiches. My favorite is definitely the shrimp philly with sweet potato fries." Favorite restaurant other than where she works: "I really like the Wing Cafe" Guilty Pleasure: “Chili's Chocolate Chip Paradise!”

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Tokyo is a new Japanese restaurant located on Fair Road in the Walker Pharmacy shopping center right next to Jimmy Johns Subs. Ever since they opened, about a year ago, Tokyo is my go to place in Statesboro for good Japanese food, especially sushi. They have an extensive sushi list of classic rolls as well as Chef’s Specialty rolls, including my favorite, the Volcano roll. The lunch try the $8 Bento Box. Or for less than $8, you can choose any two of the sushi rolls on their lunch menu served with soup or salad. You just can’t beat that!

Boro Takeout Boro Takeout delivers food for your mood. Whatever you’re in the mood for, whether its Italian, Mexican, burgers and fries, or lots of other choices, they’ll deliver right to your door from one of many local restaurants. Or maybe you forgot to do the grocery shopping and are too tired to leave the house. Boro Takeout can take your grocery order and go shopping for you. Visit www.borotakeout.com to see the list of local restaurants participating and to place your order online. Then just sit back and wait for the knock at the door.

Kbob Kelly’s Fancy yourself a karaoke expert? Maybe cornhole is your game? Is your mind full of seemingly useless information? Kbob is the place to show your skills in all three. Stop by on karaoke night to let loose your inner pop diva or whiskey-soaked southern rocker, then head outside for some cornhole action. Top it all off with trivia night and prove how much smarter you are than the rest of us. Of course, with 50 beers on tap, and a full bar, you’ll have plenty of beverage choices to get you loosened up. And Kbob has great pizza to soak up all that extra alcohol.

$6.99 Pizza, every day!

Orient Express

One of the ‘Boro’s longest-running Chinese restaurants, Orient Express is the place to get your sweet and sour fix. They also have great lunch and dinner specials, so you can get plenty of food for just a few dollars. Plus, they’ll deliver it to you. So if you’ve got a hankering for fried rice or egg rolls, give them a call and just sit back.

L&D Produce Game day isn’t complete without plenty of food to snack on, and L&D is the place to get oysters and boiled peanuts, not to mention any kind of vegetable you can think of, all extremely fresh and natural. If you’re getting tired of fast food, stop by L&D for farm-fresh produce you don’t have to feel guilty about eating. And of course, if you’re planning a party, don’t forget the oyster roast.

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Unless you’re Scorsese with “Shine a Light,” most musical documentaries never see a major distribution or a proper viewing on the big screen. There’s no doubt that the Drive By Truckers are a band that should be seen with a beer in the hand, with friends, and heard through the loud speakers. I think that we’ve been fortunate here in the DC area with the AFI Silver Theatre, which was really a(ofkey equalpartor inlesserthevalue) renewal project of our neighborhood here in Silver Springs, MD which had become really a bit of a wasteland until the AFI took this old art deco theatre and decided to restore it and make it one of their showcases. They volunteered to host a premier for “The Secret to a Happy Ending” where we had the unbelievable experience of being “snowed out” which is very rare for an event that takes place indoors. So, we had Snowpocalypse which hit the day of the premier, and we had sold out this beautiful 400 seat theatre, we had added a midnight show, and we had three members of the band set to come in, and literally, Patterson Hood had made it as far as the Atlanta airport when we advised that he probably should just stay at home. We were able to reschedule it a few weeks later when the band was in Charlottesville, VA.

that was some of the parameters that I had set up for myself. I wanted the songs to help tell the story as that just seemed like a natural thing with them. And whatever happened in front of the camera happens. One of the big things that happened was the break up with Jason (Isbell) and the dissolution of his and Shonna’s (Tucker) marriage which was not intended. In a way it was part of the story, but I did not want it to dominate. I tried really hard throughout the filming process and in the construction of the film honor everyone’s privacy, but to also allow them to speak for themselves. So, that changed everything. When I entered into it, when I fell in love with them, there was this peak energy going on between the three songwriters and Shonna having just joined, and over the course of the three years that I was filming, that just fell apart. They were at that point trying to reinvent themselves, both Jason and the Truckers, I think, and they view the film as a very dark period in the lives and in their career. Another primary goal was trying to get inside them as writers. So, I really went for personal moments with each writer when they were just at home with a guitar, or in Patterson’s case a mandolin and guitar. I thought it was important to see them as writers, and when we see them on stage that that is only one aspect of what they are as artists.

The time you’ve devoted to this project has no doubt been a labor of love for you, and you’ve actually described this film as “a love letter to rock ‘n roll.” Oh, absolutely! That is part of the reason why the relationship between the Truckers and I actually works. They had been approached before about doing a film, which this is now going back a good six and half years ago, and I had to make my case to them quick. And although I’m a documentary filmmaker by profession, I’ve never done anything musically related in this way. The project also mirrors my falling in love with the Drive By Truckers as a band because first you get overwhelmed by the noise, then you get overwhelmed by the energy, and then you start listening to the lyrics. There’re aspects of the film where I see it as my love letter to rock ‘n roll, and I was also conscious of wanting to go against type and against cliché at every moment. I think the film is not what only the people who see the Truckers in concert will expect because I felt what they do in concert, I can’t duplicate that; that’s like that’s SUNDAYS: ALL and DAY something you will have to experience. There are a lot of other layers Games Workshop as to who they areDay! and why they’re important, and that is something Club that I can do. For me, it was peeling back the layers as to why they’re so relevant, and how impressed I am at how they’ve integrated the power and the passion of rock ‘n roll with how they’re people just like you and me; they’ve got kids, they’ve got hometowns, they’ve got struggles with making a living, and making their work mean something for them, and I wanted to break it down to that level.

It was an emotional period which you caught on film, but it was also an extremely creative time, too. You said that what the camera captures is what you have to live with, but what the camera captures is also what your subject has to live with. Was there ever a point during this tumultuous time when the band might have second guessed their choice to allow you to document them? Absolutely! The low point certainly for us in terms of the making of the film was during the recording of A Blessing and a Curse. Which, ironically, a much maligned album that despite the fact that I was there during some of the recording of it, I still really love that record even though I know there was a lot of pain and confusion going on when they made it, and I know they don’t even think that it’s that good. It was while that was going on, and we thought we were going to be there for quite a few days, and we had gone through our courtship and built a rapport, it was when we got there that I finally felt that we were getting material worthy of a documentary, and it wasn’t just concert footage and so on. So for me, it was “Finally!” Right as I’m at my peak of feeling it’s been a year and half, and MARK we’reYOUR finally getting some place, I guess I got too close. I don’t know. We were asked to leave; very nicely, as those people are as kind and CALENDAR! as hospitable and as civil as you can get. We were crushed. Again, it was a labor of love as we had been passing up jobs, and being away from our families, and being gone on holidays, and doing all of these FREE things as we believed in this project. And all of a sudden, we felt like COMIC it was being taken out from under us. BOOK DAY! I was feeling stuck as I had to remember where I started, and where I started was loving this band and wanting to see them grow and prosper. It was like, the last thing that we wanted to do was get in the way of that, but again, it really hurts. At that point, I started digging in and becoming more persistent myself. There was a lot of synergy between a lot of things that Patterson would say what they were going through, and what I felt like I was going through in putting the film together. When Patterson was talking about Southern Rock Opera, and how “we worked six years on this damn thing, and if we give up now then we’re just a bunch of fucking losers.” Of course, I was going through this with the film thinking that maybe I should just give up now. But, if I were to do that, then I’m just another loser who had an idea about making a movie who couldn’t see it through. I can’t speak more highly of this band. I am not saying that my work or my sacrifice compares to what Patterson and Cooley have put into this band over the past 25 years, but yeah, in a microcosm, I can relate. It’s a struggle to follow your dream.

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CANCER (June 21-July 22): Cancer is sentimental, sensitive, and needs to have a sense of security. Cancer is intensely romantic and has a vivid imagination. You are feeling good about yourself and your prospects but those around you are not listening to you right now. Put your foot down and insist! Be sure your ideas mesh with what others want to hear this month. Rethink your strategies and throw out whatever is not working and try another approach.





LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22): Libra is artistic, musical, level headed, sympathetic, and generous. You can be gossipy, critical, and bitter. Ideas and plans for the future are flowing smoothly now and you may have some travel in mind. Mid week could bring a surprise visitor from the past to your home. This appears to be a good time to catch up on paper work and correspondence that has been neglected. You might be thinking of taking some sort of a self improvement course this fall.

You will say things without thinking. You can be arrogant, presumptuous, and your own interests will come first. Do not touch your investments or bank account for now, just let them accumulate. This is not a very good time to sell stocks or spend your money. You have to get out and about to visit everyone in the next couple of weeks. This is expected of you now even though it means a lot of traveling around. Actually you will enjoy the travel even though you do not think you will.



 

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