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Missing the rodeo? We can help you with that Well, Hunter Cattle Company can with their Hoedown and Pig Pickin' event Put on your best and baked beans. You Hoedown & Pig boots and spurs and can't forget the dessert, Pickin' throw on a straw hat to and MooMa's peach Where? Hunter Cattle Company cobbler and s'mores join Hunter Cattle in their Hoedown and Pig When? April 25, 6–9 by the fire are good How much? At door, $9 for Pickin' event. enough reasons to take children, $12 for adults and ...Okay, you don't a trip on down to the $50 for family passes actually have to dress hoedown. Hunter Cattle is a like that. But wouldn't it be fun? family-owned and The event takes operated farm. Their place at the Hunter mission is to raise Cattle Company animals like cattle, in Brooklet on chicken and hogs April 25 from without using 6-9 pm. antibiotics Tickets are or caging available to them. Their purchase free-range online farm is or at the known for door. Price treating does not their include animals in food. the most Tickets humane online are $7 way possible. for kids, $10 You may have for adults and heard them $40 for a family. using the term Door prices increase "grassfed," which is a slightly with kids tickets way of showing that they at $9, adults at $12 and a family truly embody the organic and for $50. All children under 3 get into natural lifestyle. the event for free. If you head on out to the Hunter There will be live music throughout Cattle farm, you can browse through the evening for participants to their store to buy any of their meats or (square?)dance the night away, and eggs. They work with other local farms plenty of food for when you need a and carry vegetables and products break from the dancing. In additon, an from around the county. If you can't animal petting section will be set up make it to the store during business and an egg gathering held for a little hours, there's almost always a booth late Easter fun. at the Farmer's Market with their Hunter Cattle will have some of goodies. The farm is even avilable for their fantastic food available for purrent for special events or parties. chase at the hoedown. On the menu The Hoedown and Pig Pickin is is the Hunter Cattle pulled pork, the just one event hosted by the Hunter grassfed burger, the all-beef hot dog, Cattle Company and you don't want to and an award-winning sausage dog miss it. With live music and dancing, a with sides like mac 'n' cheese, cole slaw Saturday night couldnt get more fun.w

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GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Newton Building, Room 1110 — Unedited Writer’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Open to all area writers, word nerds and language enthusiasts. GSU Foy Building — Channel Noise XII, presented by the GSU Department of Music, 7:30 p.m. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

GSU Nessmith-Lane Conference Center, Room 1915 — Zia H. Hashmi Lecture Series, featuring guest lecturer Dr. Paul J. Magnarella, “ISIS, Turkey, and the Changing Middle East,” 6–7 p.m. Free and open to the public. GSU Performing Arts Center — Georgia Southern jazz ensemble concert, 7:30 p.m., free and open to the public El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. GSU Foy Building — Guest artist recital with Kurt Ollman, baritone, 7:30 p.m., free and open to the public

Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m.

Club 125 — Gimme Hendrix, 10 p.m., $5

Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.

Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

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GSU Planetarium — “Life – A Cosmic Story,” running every hour from 6–9 p.m. General admission tickets will be distributed starting at 5 p.m. Tickets are free, but donations of non-perishable food for the Statesboro Food Bank are appreciated. If weather permits, there will be a telescopic viewing on the rooftop observation deck. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Francis Marion & the Crocodiles, 6–9 p.m. Millhouse — Amy Taylor, 9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Francis Marion & the Crocodiles, 10 p.m.

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Splash in the ‘Boro — Family Fun Swim, 10 a.m.

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GSU Russell Union — French Talent Show, free

UPB-Outdoor Movie: American Sniper, 6 p.m., free and open to the public

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Trinity Episcopal Church — Strings at Southern Chamber Music Festival Gala Concert, 3–4 p.m.

Hunter Cattle — Hunter Cattle Hoedown and Pig Pickin’, 6–9 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults, $9 for children. It’s a roarin’ good time with live music, line dancing and plenty of local country food. GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter recital hall — Night of Wild Sax with the GSU Department of Music, 7:30–8:30 p.m. Locos — Coty James, 8 p.m. Millhouse — Francis Marion & The Crocodiles with Cloe Drury, 9:30 p.m.

Sunday

GSU Foy Building — Chorale & Savannah State Choir Concert, 3 p.m., free and open to the public GSU Garden of the Coastal Plain — GSU Wind Ensemble & Wind Symphony concert, Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee

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Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m. El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar (Brampton Ave.) — Trivia, 8–9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Celebrating 30 Years of African American Theatre at Georgia Southern University. A weeklong exhibit of sets, costumes and photos of the past 30 years of African American Theatre presented on GSU stages. All day, free and open to the public.

Tuesday

GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Celebrating 30 Years of African American Theatre at Georgia Southern University. A weeklong exhibit of sets, costumes and photos of the past 30 years of African American Theatre presented on GSU stages. All day, free and open to the public. Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GSU Foy Building — Guitar ensemble concert with the GSU Department of Music Rum Runners — Coty

James, 8 p.m. GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.

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GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Celebrating 30 Years of African American Theatre at Georgia Southern University. A weeklong exhibit of sets, costumes and photos of the past 30 years of African American Theatre presented on GSU stages. All day, free and open to the public. GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Newton Building, Room 1110 — Unedited Writer’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Open to all area writers, word nerds and language enthusiasts. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m.

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GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Celebrating 30 Years of African American Theatre at Georgia Southern University. A weeklong exhibit of sets, costumes and photos of the past 30 years of African American Theatre presented on GSU stages. All day, free and open to the public.

GSU Center for Art & Theatre — An Evening of One Acts, 7: 30 p.m., free and open to the public GSU Performing Arts Center — Georgia Southern University Wind Symphony, 7:30 p.m., free and open to the public El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. East Georgia State College — “1940’s Radio Comedy Hour,” created and directed by Sebastian Verdis. 8–9:30 p.m., $5 Dingus Magee’s — Those Cats, 8 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close Club 125 —Ryan Kinder Band, featuring Nate Kenyon, 10 p.m., $5

Friday

GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Celebrating 30 Years of African American Theatre at Georgia Southern University. A weeklong exhibit of sets, costumes and photos of the past 30

GSU Center for Art & Theatre — An Evening of One Acts, 7: 30 p.m., free and open to the public GSU Foy Building — Choral concert with Southern Chorale, University Singers and Fermata the Blue, 7:30 p.m. East Georgia State College — “1940’s Radio Comedy Hour,” created and directed by Sebastian Verdis. 8–9:30 p.m., $5 Wild Wing Café — Francis Marion, 8 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — CBDB, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Those Cats album release party, 10 p.m.

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Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee

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Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m. El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar (Brampton Ave.) — Trivia, 8–9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Tuesday

GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m.

GSU Foy Building — Opera Scenes by the GSU Department of Music, 5 p.m.

Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.

Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Dirty Uncle Bob, 6–9 p.m.

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Gnat’s Landing — Dalton Hutcheson, 8 p.m. Millhouse — Tiger Creek Band, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Movers & Shakers, 9 p.m.

Happy Mondays: Happy Hour all day! Half-off all alcohol and select appetizers Trivia Tuesdays: Trivia at 7 p.m. with cash prizes; $10 buckets of beer, $7.99 shrimp and grits Wicked Wednesdays: Karaoke and live DJ at 9 p.m.; $13 buckets (imports), $8 buckets (domestics), $3 doubles all day Thirsty Thursdays: $10 buckets of beer, $3 doubles, $3 bombs, $3 Newcastle all day Fridays & Saturdays: Live music; $10 buckets of beer Sunday Funday: Happy Hour all day! Karaoke and live DJ at 8 p.m.; 45¢ wings Everyday Lunch Specials: $7 lunches with a drink, 7 days a week!

Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m.

Splash in the ‘Boro — Family Fun Swim, 10 a.m.

GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Celebrating 30 Years of African American Theatre at Georgia Southern University. A culmination of the weeklong exhibit, featuring a performance of selected scenes hosted by actor Bob Gosset. 7 p.m., free and open to the public.

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Wednesday: Trivia, 9 p.m. Thursday: Beer pong, 9 p.m. Friday: Live music, 10 p.m. Saturday: Live music, 10 p.m. All day, every day: $2 wells, $3 Fireballs, $2 Natty Light Tall Boys and $2 PBR pint drafts

HEY! You're invited to a Celebration of 3 Decades of African American Theatre on the Georgia Southern Stage The Theatre & Performance program at Georgia Southern

Happy Hour & Late-Night Fun: Everyday, 3–6 p.m. & 9 p.m.–close; $1 off Muchos; $4 craft pints; $3.75 Barefoot wine (6 oz.); $3.75 Brewtus: domestic drafts, Bahama Mamas, House Long Islands and House Margaritas (+50¢ for flavor); halfprice on selected apps: Mozzarella Sticks, Spinach & Artichoke Dip, Potato Twisters, Chicken Wonton Tacos, Cheese Quesadillas, Chicken Quesadillas and Boneless Buffalo Wings

Monday Pint Night: $2 pints (all draft beers), trivia at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday: $5 house liquor pitchers, $2 Fireballs Wine & Whisky Wednesday: $10 off any bottle of wine, $3 Jim Beam Thirsty Thursday: $5 house liquor pitchers Domestic Friday: $10 domestic buckets Import Saturday: $15 import buckets Sunday Funday: 2 for 1 bombs (Vegas, Jager, Car, O), Golden Tee Challenge

will be presenting a week-long Celebration of 3 Decades of African American Theatre on the Georgia Southern Stage beginning on Monday, April 27 and running through May 2, 2015. The week-long celebration will include exhibits, performances, round table discussions and visits by former alumni and friends of the theatre. The inspiration for the event comes from Emeritus Professor Mical Whitaker and the kick off for a scholarship

Your specials here! To claim your place in Connect Statesboro, call 912.489.9412. in his name for the study of African American Theatre. Mical is joined by the Theatre & Performance faculty and special guests including NCIS and Redwings producer Charles Johnson and Film and Television actor Bob Gosset. On the Web ➤ For a full article about the Mical

Whitaker scholarship, the weeklong exhibition and all the events on the schedule, check out our website, ConnectStatesboro.com!

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GSU Garden of the Coastal Plain — Lunch & Learn with horticulturist Jamie Burghardt: “The Trustee’s Garden,” noon–1 p.m., $20, reservations required

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Statesboro's favorite soul/funk space and the sky strung throughout musical ensemble, Those Cats, will the lyrics and overall vibe. give their second full-length album, "The songs kind of work on their "Eyes Up," a digital release Tuesday, own, but there's a different expeApril 28, rience when with a multiyou listen from performance front to back. celebration to There are neat follow Friday, little things May 1. that you won't The band notice until you will perform listen to it all. at Eagle Creek As dark as I Brewery at think the music 6:30 p.m. and is, it's a pretty take the stage optimistic again in true album, I would Those Cats say," said Scott Underwood, tradition at drummer of Gnat's Landing Those Cats. later that Those Cats evening. Gnat's has been the SPECIAL can also be host of many Those Cats' new album, "Eyes Up," is a con- seen gracing Those Cats cept album with a hip-hop influence to keep the the stage milestones, of Dingus band's sound new and fresh. McGee's on including the April 16th to home of their debut album release "Something play familiar favorites as well as a few off of "Eyes Up." More Specific" last March. "It's kind of like our home base," "There are a couple songs from said Cyril Durant, the man responthe album that we haven't played sible for the vocals, keys and bass of live that we are saving for the release Those Cats. party to make it a little special, but After putting in over-12-hour we like to keep every performance days during recording at Dollhouse fresh," Underwood said. Those Cats have also just released Productions, the band said they grew as individual musicians and as a music video to accompany "Hold a cohesive unit. Each member conon for the Ride." Like them on tributed something special creatively Facebook to stay up to date with during the process, making this more information on the video and album more evolved than any they’ve the latest news about Those Cats. Music can be found at thosecats. produced before. "What sets this apart from the last com, iTunes, Spotify and practically album is a bit more hip-hop. Also, any other music-sharing site. several of us wrote for this album," If you pre-order now on said Zac Tilson, guitar. BandCamp, you will receive two As the members mature, so does singles before the release date, the content of the music. "Eyes Up" including "Hold on for the Ride" and is a concept album, with themes of the title track "Eyes Up."w


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'Sunny Side Up' takes home the big win Biggest Statesboro Film Festival yet ends on a high — and optimistic — note for Best Film winners children, when one of the boys is accidentally killed by another with a stone. The film that won Best Cinematography was "He Who Laughs," a short story about a young student who works as costume designer for a play. She is followed home by a creepy clown, and the end of the film takes an odd twist as other strange clowns are found at her apartment. The film was by Richard Patrick, Madison Reynolds, Tahir Daudier and Brandon Warnock. The film "Find Me," by Beeka Regassa, won the category of Best Director. In it, a flirty young lady catches a ride with a strange man, hinting at making the ride "worth his while," and after flashbacks that gives viewers the idea he is a rapist who preys upon runaways and vulnerable young women, she shoots him. Other films nominated for Best Director were "He Who Laughs," "Sunny Side Up" and "Intimate Encounters," a film about a girl who gets paid for cuddling but is almost raped by a client who thinks she is a prostitute. The film was by Michael Houston and James Harper. "Find Me" also won the Best Editing category. Also nominated for Best Editing were "He Who Laughs," "The Job," "Sunny Side Up" and "Partners," a film by Jake McCallum about a tragic end to the first drug bust attempt by two rookie cops. Other films nominated for Best Film were "He Who Laughs," "Find Me" and "The Job," a film by Todd Helms about two men who go for a job interview that ends in an odd twist. Other films nominated for Best Cinematography were "The Job," "Sunny Side Up" and "Find Me." Also entered in the film festival were "The Heist," a film by Nick Propps about kids stealing a van and breaking into a bank, only to be caught by a deputy; "Someone I

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The filmmakers of "Sunny Side Up," which was named Best Film at the 2015 Statesboro Film Festival, is shown onstage at the Averitt Center, flanked by Herald operations manager Jim Healy on the left and Film Festival emcee DeWayne Grice on the right. Used to Know," by Jayden Moss, a film about a high school couple who breaks up after graduation; "A Walk Through Sunken Dreams," by Evan Amaral, about a struggling filmmaker seeking inspiration; and "Meeting Ends," a film by Kaye Montgomery about a young lady who is tricked into

prostitution as a way to help pay her family's overdue bills. The event was sponsored by the Averitt Center for the Arts, Millhouse Steakhouse, Gailey Trophy and others. Holli Deal Saxon may be reached at (912) 489-9414.w

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A film about a man whose life is marred by memories of past tragedies was named Best Film Friday night at the 2015 Statesboro Film Festival, held at the Emma Kelly Theater in downtown Statesboro. "Sunny Side Up," by Joe Guglielmetti and Yashar Alamdari, follows an older man whose clarity is obviously muddied as he lets mail build up in his mailbox, forgets he is cooking breakfast and is more worried about the day's date than his safety as he is being robbed at gunpoint. The film drops hints that his wife had recently died and that he had a daughter who spent time in a hospital when she was young, and the man is often confused by the muddled memories. In one flashback, he makes his daughter smile as he rearranges her hospital breakfast to make a smiley face out of bacon and eggs. The memory causes him to change his daily routine café order of scrambled eggs and pancakes to bacon and eggs "sunny side up." This film also won the Viewer's Choice category, receiving the most online votes from people who chose it as their favorite out of the films submitted. Statesboro Herald operations manager and editor Jim Healy opened the annual event, hosted by the Herald and sponsored by several local businesses. "We appreciate the filmmakers who took the time to do this and for putting yourselves out there," he said when welcoming guests and filmmakers. There were 11 films entered for competition, with one shown that was ineligible for awards due to exceeding length limitations. That film, "Bridges in Beaugarde," by Robinson Vil, was shown anyway at the filmmaker's request. In it, a biracial girl comes under attack by several juvenile


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Old-fashioned fun with '1940s Radio Comedy' Before there was Netflix, Hulu and Spotify, people would crowd around the radio to listen to their favorite shows. At East Georgia State College, audiences are invited to take a trip into the past and experience a live radio show in “The 1940's Radio Comedy Hour: The Verdis Variety Cavalcade.” A n d according to cast members, it’s the real deal. “The audience can expect to see an authentic old-time radio show, complete with old vaudeville

comedy routines, sketches and commercials including sound effects — just like they would experience if they were in the audience of a real radio program,” said Andrea Verdis, a member of the cast and costume designer. “You get a real appreciation concerning what radio comedy was like in the 1940s,” Jeff Howell, an actor in the show, said. “Many of the skits come right out of the 1940s radio genre. We try to recreate what the experience was like for the listener during radio’s heyday. There will be a lot of belly laughs for the audience,” Howell said. “Expect a trip down memory lane for those old enough to remember, and an exciting new journey for others. It is a fun-filled evening of comedy,”

"The 1940s Radio Comedy Hour: The Verdis Variety Cavalcade" When? April 30–May 1, 8 p.m. Where? East Georgia State College, Room 104, H Building How much? $5 at the door

explained Sebastian Verdis, the director of the show, adding that the show is hilarious.

This isn’t Verdis’ first time directing the show; he’s been doing it for almost 20 years. "Its longest run was as the ‘1940's Radio Show: The Verdis Variety Cavalcade’ that was last performed in Savannah at the Savannah Arts Academy as a fundraiser for the SAA Theatre Department's trip to Scotland. You could say that this is an international show, since it toured China for two weeks with six performances from Chengdu to Beijing, he said. Andrea Verdis said that the cast has really dug into their roles. By the looks of things, there’s been a real attention to detail. “We have done our best to give the audience a great evening of entertainment. I know they will have a memorable experience, so we invite everyone who needs a few laughs to join us,” Andrea said. “The 1940's Radio Comedy Hour: The Verdis Variety Cavalcade” will run for two shows from April 30 to May 1. The show begins at 8 p.m. and will take place at East Georgia State College, room 104 in the H Building. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.w

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Eagles sweep Trojans under the rug Georgia Southern hit the road over the weekend and took care of business against Arkansas-Little Rock with a much-needed three-game sweep. In game one Friday night, the Eagles fell behind early thanks to some sloppy defense in the second inning. Alex Arkansas-Little Rock scored five runs, all unearned, in the bottom of the second. Southern committed two errors and had a wild pitch in the inning. The Trojans would tack on one

insurance run in the third to stretch the lead to 6-1, but Southern rallied for three runs in the fourth, one in the fifth, four in the eighth and one more in the ninth to come from behind and win 10-8. Evan Challenger started the game for the Eagles, but Brown only pitched three innings. Jason Richman came on and pitched his tail off to give his offense a chance. Richman went 4-1/3 innings and gave up a run on five hits before giving way to Chris Brown to slam the door

transactions it kind of makes the game a bit of a laughingstock. Players can skip the single-player story and/or tower fights with real world currency. And if that isn't a mockery enough, gamers can even pay for executing easy, two-button Fatalities if they like. Although the micro-transactions kind of turned my stomach as much as the bloody Fatalities, Mortal Kombat X is still the best in the series. It has the best fighting mechanics to-date, impressive visuals, variations to add a ton of depth and a story that all fans will accept and enjoy. Just load up YouTube and find a video showing off the grisly Fatalities and tell me you aren't excited the classic game Mortal Kombat is back.w

and earn the save. Aaron Mizell, Chase Griffin and Ryan Cleveland all homered for the Eagles in the win. Georgia Southern fell behind early once again on Saturday as UALR scored three runs in the bottom of the first. The Eagles would rally to score one run in each inning from the fifth through eighth and the game would go to extra innings tied at four. Southern scored in the top of the tenth and held on to win 5-4. The Eagles used seven pitchers, but Richman would get his second win of the weekend after recording the final two outs of the ninth inning and Brown got another save after closing the door in the bottom of the tenth. The Eagles decided to switch up the strategy on Sunday and jump out to an early lead. Southern scored one in the top of the first and three more in the third to take a 4-0 lead. The Trojans countered with a run in the bottom of the third, but Southern tacked on one in the top of the sixth and hung a fivespot in the seventh to cruise to a 10-3

win and a series sweep. Georgia Southern (14-7) remains in second place in the conference behind Georgia State (13-3). South Alabama, UL Lafayette and Troy are all tied with the Eagles in the loss column, but have played fewer games. Southern hosts former SoCon rival College of Charleston on Tuesday before welcoming UL Monroe (19-19, 6-11) in for a three-game set over the weekend. After this weekend’s series, Southern only has two in-conference weekends left on the schedule: South Alabama (May 1-3) and Georgia State (May 14-16). This is the time of year to catch fire and start a run into the conference tournament. If the Eagles start clicking, this team can be dangerous. But they have to finish the regular season strong so they can go into the tournament playing well. The weather is warming up and hopefully, so are the Eagles. It should be a good weekend at J.I. Clements Stadium.w

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With its 10th installment mode found in the game will in the series and 23 years of have players choosing from experience, NetherRealm one of the five factions (Black Studios has created Mortal Dragon, the Brotherhood of Kombat X to be the fighting Shadow, the Lin Kuei, Special game fans have been yearning Forces and White Lotus). for. New features like a Gamers will be happy to see stamina bar and fighting-style over two dozen characters to Tim Webb variations bring a new feel to choose from as well. the classic, gruesome Mortal Kombat REVIEW fighter. Stepping it X is by far the best up a notch, this is Mortal Kombat ever 'Mortal Kombat X' the bloodiest Mortal made. It has more Kombat to date — and features than all of possibly the best one the nine before it, as well. flashier moves, crazy Developer: NetherRealm Studios, Like previous X-Ray attacks, and High Voltage Software entries of the video the most heinous Publisher: Warner Bros. game, two players Fatalities ever used Interactive Entertainment fight each other using in a Mortal Kombat Platform: Microsoft Windows, different attacks and game. The variation PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iOS, Android can end the fight with of fighting styles for an alarming Fatality. each character has The game takes place several years after given the game so much depth and will the defeat of Shao Kahn. Another new require hard-core gamers to learn and

dig around for techniques and counters. Blocking, which is now tied to a button instead of just holding back, will be key to stopping huge combos that can end the match in a few seconds. The tempo of the game is pretty faced compared to some of the previous iterations, with combos feeling more free while still affording a great balance between the offense and defense with evenly matched fighters. Like in the previous Mortal Kombat and D.C. Comics mash-up Injustice, players can bounce off walls and throw items found in the backdrop as a damaging projectile. And then there are the satisfying X-Ray attacks that deliver a slow-motion view of the internal organs and bones being destroyed and splintered in a number of horrifying ways. Of course the main attraction to a Mortal Kombat game are its Fatalities. So graphic are the Fatalities in Mortal Kombat X, they may turn your stomach. There will be head decapitations, entrails galore, flesh-eating insects and more at the gamers' disposal. The animations are very smooth and look more authentic than any other Fatalities to date. The joy of this fighting game is dampened by a few blemishes. Although the netcode is pretty solid most of the time, there are times during an online game when play input lag will throw off a combination. Also, sadly, so many things are being monetized by micro-


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Silversel: Raised on rock Silversel is taking a break in Statesboro for a few weeks after releasing a music video for the chart topping song, “Icarus,” and just before heading out on tour. The rock group consists of Wally Silver on lead vocals, Ricky Saldano on drums, Justin Myers on lead guitar, David Newman on rhythm guitar and George Adkins bass. All the boys call either Statesboro or Millen home, and all are amped up from the release of their second studio album, Battlegrounds. Saldano, who is endorsed by B-Stick, says that their first album Where Angels Dare “is really soft compared

to our new album.” Silversel released Where Angels Dare in 2013, earning them a place on the shortlist in four different categories for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. They released Battlegrounds in 2014, after spending time in Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama and at Elevated Basement Studio in Savannah. Frontman Wally Silver says that the sound engineer, Shane Baldwin, “pushed each one of us to our limit, and then over a little bit.” Their hard work paid off: two different songs from Battlegrounds hit five different CMJ (College Media Journal) national music

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'Boro's own takes top prize at CMA ARLINGTON, Texas — Miranda Lambert won four awards, including album and song of the year, but the singer lost the night's top prize to Luke Bryan at Sunday's Academy of Country Music Awards. It was a repeat of the Country Music Association Awards in November, where Lambert won multiple prizes but lost the big

award to Bryan. "Listen guys, what an amazing night of music," an excited Bryan said onstage after winning the fanvoted award. "Thank you to my wife, my kids ... my fans, country radio." Luke Bryan took home his second entertainer of the year award — but the singer says he's not jaded about winning.

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Silversel is a locally based, self-described "hard rock" band rising to make a name for themselves, with two songs from their album landing on five different CMJ national music charts. charts, including the Top 50 Adult Contemporary and the Top 50 Independent Artist charts. As of February 2015, Silversel released the “Icarus” music video and signed with Star Pro Records of Viacom. The band is now an official MTV Artist. Whereas Where Angels Dare was written in a mismatched format — with Wally Silver attaching lyrics to music already written, and vice versa — Battlegrounds is a much more collaborative effort. Every member of the band was involved in the songwriting for each track. Battlegrounds has a darker and harder tone than the previous album, which the band hopes to

develop into an even heavier sound on their prospective third album. Though Silversel has struggled describing their genre, eventually they settled on saying their music fell into the “hard rock” category. Silversel is a group that loves to play their instruments and loves exhausting themselves for their audience — which they affectionately call their “Selmates.” The Unleashed 2015 Tour and the Battlegrounds album tour started this month with over 27 dates booked. Watch the video for “Icarus” on YouTube and visit www.silversel.net for more information and tour dates.w

"I don't think it's a time for me to be smooth. I don't think it's a time for me to be suave. I think it's a time for me to jump up and down and celebrate. These are the days," Bryan said backstage. "When I'm an old guy rocking in a rock chair, I'm going to go, 'You had a doggone good time.' And that's my approach." Bryan first won the honor in 2013. He won the entertainer of the year award at the Country Music Association Awards in November. Bryan was a double winner Sunday night: He also picked up the ACM for vocal event of the year for "This How We Roll" with Florida Georgia Line. The country star performed and hosted the show, for a third year, with Blake Shelton.w

Luke Bryan, left, and Blake Shelton speak on stage after Bryan accepts the award for entertainer of the year at the 50th annual Academy of Country Music Awards

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A.U.R.A. — All Underground Rock, all day Music festival to take over Bigshow's for a night on the heavy side

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A cross-section of the Statesboro events since his return, and he is music scene will reveal a heavy dose bringing it to the Bigshow’s Burgers of funk, blues and Bar on Lanier and soul; a Drive. A.u.r.a. Fest smattering of The festival folk music; was originally Where? Bigshow's Burgers and Bar, Lanier Drive plenty of jamsupposed to be WHEN? April 25-26, starting at band sound, a one-day event, 12:30 p.m. each day Southern forcing Walls to HOW MUCH? $6 for Saturday and rock and winnow down $12 for Sunday; $15 for a weekend a streak of the list of bands SPECIAL pass country. We he wanted to Upon a Burning Body, based out of San Antonio, Texas, will be headlining the twohave a few be able to invite day underground rock music festival at Bigshow's Burgers and Bar. local rappers to a maximum of and quite a 8-10. However, "I just lost it, because I thought it the name, is a pretty big deal. few DJs who after one of the There was just one catch: The was so awesome. I thought 'Oh my come through big headlining acts band wanted to play on Sunday, April God, maybe I can do this,'" Walls to grace our backed out for a 26, but the festival was supposed to said. To his delight, both the venue stages. But of the tour offer, Walls was take place on Saturday. and his sound technician agreed variety of music we given the opportunity Instead of moving the whole festo stay on for another day. Walls host here in the ‘Boro, to book San Antonio-based tival over one day, Walls thought: immediately started filling the addione genre is comparatively Upon a Burning Body — which, Why not stretch the festival into a tional time slots. — and constantly — underrepfor non-metal fans who don’t know “I was able to put a lot more two-day event? resented: metal. bands on the festival that I couldn’t But that won’t be the case this originally because it was only one weekend, April 25–26. Tim Walls day,” he said. of Coastal Rock Productions, a In addition to headliner Upon Savannah-based music and eventa Burning Body, the festival will organizing booking agency, is feature plenty of Savannah-based bringing a weekend full of all undertalent and two Statesboro bands, ground rock, all day — or A.U.R.A. Sincision and Solomon’s Ghost. Fest, for short. Between acts, concert-goers will The two-day concert event at have the chance to browse bands’ Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar will merchandise for purchase, get a feature 18 different bands whose drink at the Bigshows bar or browse sound, as Walls said, goes against the the selection offered by sponsors mainstream and keeps a certain edge. Southbound Brewing Company and “It’s not genre-specific,” he said the Foundery. of the term he uses for the music: Each day of music starts at 12:30 “underground rock. “It’s more or less in the afternoon. Tickets are necan umbrella term for rock music that essary for each day of the festival isn’t mainstream. … It’s definitely not and can be purchased on the event’s a style; it’s more or less an attitude.” Freshtix page. The cover charge is Walls has put on seven A.U.R.A. $6 for Saturday’s shows and $12 Fest events since 2000, two of which for Sunday’s, but fans can buy a took place in Statesboro. After a weekend pass to A.U.R.A. Fest for hiatus in which he pursued his edu$15, saving a few bucks to spend cation, Walls returned to Coastal on band swag. Come find out what SPECIAL Rock Productions last year. This "underground rock" means for The Powder Room, a self-described "sludge/noise rock" group out of Athens, will will be one of his first A.U.R.A. Fest yourself. w be taking the Bigshow's stage as part of A.U.R.A. Fest.


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The Associated Press British playwright Tom Stoppard is to accept the PEN/ Allen Foundation Literary Service Award, the highest honor bestowed by the American chapter of the global humanrights organization of writers and editors. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Stoppard: A "frightening time" for free speech NEW YORK — Playwright Tom Stoppard said he will accept PEN's highest award next month in New York to help put a spotlight on a "frightening time" for free expression. Stoppard is to accept the PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award, the highest honor bestowed by the American chapter of the global humanrights organization of writers and editors. Charlie Hebdo, the Parisian satirical magazine that was a target of a deadly shooting in January, also will be honored. Staff member Jean-Baptiste Thoret, who barely escaped the attack that killed eight of his co-workers and four others, will receive the PEN/Toni and James C. Goodale Freedom of Expression Courage Award. Stoppard, who has campaigned for oppressed artists and political dissidents in Eastern and Central Europe, said threats to free speech are worse now than ever, from radical Islam to U.S. government surveillance. "The problem is deeper and, really, much more complicated. I think it's quite a frightening time," said the playwright, who scripted the Oscar-winning film "Shakespeare in Love" and has written plays including "Arcadia" and "The Real Thing." "You kind of stand there in your Western idea of what morality is and what amorality is and suddenly you're not quite sure. You thought you'd

always known what was which and suddenly, you're not sure. This is the fate of thoughtful people as the century unfolds." In addition to the Paris attack, PEN Executive Director Suzanne Nossel pointed to other moves against writers, including a gunman who opened fire on a Copenhagen cultural center in March and a South African novelist confined for comments she made in appreciation of Salman Rushdie. "It is a climate of hair-trigger sensitivity to certain kinds of speech and a very dangerous moment for writers who are seated in the crosshairs," said Nossel. "It is a tough moment on many fronts." Stoppard said he and fellow artists have lately found it difficult to tread the line between a desire for absolute right of free expression and the hope of being respectful to those with different beliefs and creeds. "The Charlie Hebdo massacre was an appalling body shock to anybody who cares about life, let along literature. You are left thinking, 'Well, if it comes to making a choice here, clearly one has to choose that one should be allowed and entitled to offend without being murdered for it,'" he said. "That seems self-evident. That doesn't mean that one is in harmony with the attitude or the particular instances of what is being said and written and drawn."w

TAURUS (April 20– May 20) — Look for an artistic outlet. Home decorating or renovations will turn out well, as long as you stick to a strict budget. Don't make decisions for others, or you will face opposition. GEMINI (May 21– June 20) — Your emotional state will discourage personal discussions with others. You would be best off delving into expressive hobbies. Quietly doing something you enjoy will help calm your nerves. CANCER (June 21– July 22) — Don't make important decisions. Confusion and uncertainty will prevail, making it difficult to do the right thing. Exposing too much personal information will put you in a vulnerable position. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) — A new friendship will blossom. You have a lot to offer, but it's important not to provoke the jealousy of someone close to you. VIRGO (Aug. 23–Sept. 22) — Focus on a way to increase your income. Delve into work and money matters so that you have a perfect sense of where you sit financially. You have what it takes to advance. LIBRA (Sept. 23–Oct. 23) — Don't allow the actions or words of others to have a negative effect on you. Relatives or co-workers will be hard to get along with. You are best off working alone.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24– Nov. 22) — Personal matters will require your undivided attention. You will need to take on extra responsibilities, so be prepared to step up and do what's necessary. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23– Dec. 21) — Moderation is key. You can make financial gains, but only if you are logical, not emotional. Someone else's plan will not be in your best interests. Do your research before signing a contract. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22– Jan. 19) — You have the energy and self-control to finish what you start. Leave yourself some time at the end of the day to enjoy pleasant recreation or to spend time with someone you love. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20– Feb. 19) — Don't get caught up in day-to-day routines that could cloud your vision and aspirations. If you dedicate time to something you feel passionate about, success will follow. PISCES (Feb. 20– March 20) — You are kind and dependable, but that doesn't mean you should let anyone take you for granted. Doing things for others is commendable, as long as you take care of your needs as well. ARIES (March 21– April 19) — A short excursion will be eye opening. Bring some laughter into your life by getting together with friends or by doing something out of the ordinary.w

Holli Deal Saxon MUNCHIES — Whoever burglarized a residence at Renaissance Apartments last week must have had the munchies and a need to redecorate. They stole eight bags of assorted chips, three boxes of Capri Sun drink, bags of Kit Kat, Reeses and Snickers candies as well as a box springs and a mattress, circular mirrors, a shower curtain and bath matt, and a comforter set. FRIENDLY FEUD — Officers were called to

Bigshows Burgers and Bar, where there was a fight reported between friends. Both men stated they did not wish to press charges. DRUNK AND HANGRY — A Princess Lane woman reported she and her boyfriend argued because she would not take him to get something to eat. He was intoxicated, so she tried to keep him from leaving and he hit her in the mouth, she said.w


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$69,000 brick. 3 bedroom, 1½ bath 912-682-7468

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1979 Chevy ElCamino

Eagle Village Off 301 North Statesboro

Beautiful Home

For sale on 6.56 acres. Located at 1600 Robbins Branch Rd., Sylvania, GA. Listed at $217,000. More information and pictures at www.zillow.com and www.forsalebyowner.com . Call 912-863-6718 for showing appointment

3BR / 2Bath Mobile Home with 3 acres of Land & Improvements

Eagle Village Off 301 North Statesboro, GA

Bank & Owner Financing Available South Jenkins County

For Rent

Mobile Homes For Sale

912- 681-9473 Statesboro, GA www.wisechoicerentals.georgiamls.com

1306 Square Feet. Brand New. $58,900 Includes: ½/ Acre Brick Under Pinning Septic Tank, 2 Car Cement Parking Pad, Front/Back Porches. 912-587-9850



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2001 Coachman Motor Home

Attention Students

August 1 rental at GSU entrance. 109 Herty Dr. 204 Mrvin Ave. Also 6 or 7 bedroom, on South Main. 912-682-7468.

Automotive

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Cars/Trucks/Vans

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3/BR Starting at $775

Eagle Estates Statesboro

Campers/RVs

Walk To GSU

2002 Mobile home for sale $30,000 506 Raven Lane Pond Frontage, beautiful lot. Can be left on lot.

Call 912-515-4684

1996 Honda Civic

Automatic, 97,000 miles, power w/l. $3500. 912-842-9525 or 912-682-9123

30ft, very good condition. Serious inquires only. $23,000. 912-541-0234

2 bedroom, 2 bath Duplex’s. Available August 1st. Washer, Dryer & Dishwasher. Privately owned, Lauren 912-289-7708

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New 4BR / 2Bath Modular Home with Land & Improvements

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Nice car. $3500. 912-842-9525 or 912-682-9123

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