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In this image released by USA Network, Rami Malek, left, and Christian Slater appear in a scene from the hacker drama "Mr. Robot."

5 reasons you should watch USA's 'Mr. Robot' shepherds the members of On July 13, USA will debut fsociety with a united mission the second season of Mr. of erasing all credit card debt Robot — a dark, cyberpunk thriller about corporate corand destroying the consumerruption, modern media and debt industry. finding identity in a world Slater channels a sinister of consumerism. The show affability that is slightly remihas received multiple acconiscent of his early role in the lades and even was picked Kenneth Lee cult-movie Heathers. He’s a up for a second season before mentor who transitions back the pilot was aired on television. The and forth from fatherly and caring to first season, which consists of only 10 aggressive and combative, creating a episodes, is available for streaming on very unhealthy relationship with his Amazon Prime. protégé, Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek). We all know that your time is He may not have an alliterative name, valuable and should be devoted solely but Slater’s portrayal of Mr. Robot to Game of Thrones (and maybe your is just as memorable as Mad Men’s family), but here are five reasons you Don Draper or Breaking Bad’s Walter should give this show a chance. White.

Christian Slater’s Comeback Christian Slater basked in 90s stardom but never really reached worldwide success; he has had a long string of film-flops, short-lived sitcoms and canceled television dramas. Luckily, Slater finally found the right role as the titular Mr. Robot, the charismatic leader of an insurgent hacker group known as fsociety. Mr. Robot

The Hacker Hero Slater’s Mr. Robot may be where the show gets its namesake, but the main character is Malek’s Elliot Alderson, a cybersecurity engineer who moonlights as a hacker-vigilante after being recruited by the hacker leader. Unlike other onscreen iterations of hacker characters, dropping wisecracks, awkward sexual innuendos and pop-culture references isn’t Elliot’s

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Last week — the week of believe — fervently hope, July 4–8 — was terrible. I'm anyway — that this is hardly still a bit in shock over its the last of these kinds of unexpected bloodiness, over events to take place here in waking up three days in a row Statesboro. I'm incredibly to stories of terrible and tragic proud of how the weekend's shootings and the inevitable events unfolded. It was such a screaming and finger-pointing far cry from the nastiness that that followed. I was relieved, spreads so quickly online. And this weekend, to go on while I know that sometimes vacation with a dear old friend Brittani Howell great change calls for much of mine and stay far away from more than peaceful protest, social media, from the news, from I've heard through casually eavesmore sad stories and hateful disdropping a few people whose minds cussion. I never thought would change talking I didn't know there was going to be about how this peaceful protest caught their ear. I hope they — we — all cona protest until I had already left for the tinue to listen. weekend. On Saturday, the NAACP and other For full coverage of the July 9 "Silent No More" protest in downtown local organizations rallied together for Statesboro, see the Statesboro Herald a downtown march, circling the courtstory on the home page of the Connect house seven times like the siege of website. We'll leave it up all week for Jericho, holding signs declaring "Black you to read. Lives Matter" and — in a picture that has circled widely through WTOC — praying with officers at the Statesboro Brittani Howell is the editor of police department. Connect Statesboro. If you'd like to I hate that I was not here for this reach out, shoot a message to editor@ incredibly important event. But I connectstatesboro.com!w

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— Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Locos — Live music, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m.

Wednesday

GSU City Campus — BIG Café networking event, 8:30–11 a.m. Free and open to the public. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Open mic night with Daniel Navarro, 6– 9 p.m.

Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

Locos — Trivia, 7:30 p.m. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

Three Tree Coffee Roasters — Live music night, 6–9 p.m. Locos — Live music, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Amy Taylor, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Joe Anderson, 9 p.m.

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Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Saturday

Thursday

Statesboro Regional Public Library — Adult Coloring Class, 6 p.m. Free and open to the public. El Sombrero (Fair Rd.)

South City Tavern — 8th Annual Summer Jam, 8 p.m.–midnight. Featuring BiRDPERSON, A Nickel Bag of Funk and Those Cats, who will be playing their final show in Statesboro. Cover charge: $5 in advance.

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Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank Parking Lot) — Mainstreet Farmers Market, 9 a.m. Locos — Live music, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Playback Trivia, 8:30– 9:30 p.m.; DJ DMax, 9:30–close

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Locos — Live music, 9 p.m.

Locos — Trivia, 7:30 p.m. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Thursday

Mellow Mushroom — Chyann Rose, 5 p.m.

Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Inaugural Eagle Creek Music Fest, 2– 10 p.m, featuring headliner Backup Planet. General admission: $12. Other packages available; see pg. 11 for details.

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GSU City Campus — Brown Bag Lunch ‘n’ Learn, noon–1:30 p.m. This month: Small business financing with a representative of Sea Island Bank. Bring your own lunch. Free and open to the public.

Locos — Live music, 9 p.m.

Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. Locos — Live music, 9 p.m.

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Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank Parking Lot) — Mainstreet Farmers Market, 9 a.m. Statesboro Regional Public Library — Sip & Sketch, 4 p.m. Free and open to the public.

Statesboro Regional Public Library — Paranormal Book Club, 6 p.m. Free and open to the public. For more information, email marionk@ strl.info

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40 East Grill — Official Eagle Creek Music Fest PreParty with Jordyn Mallory, 8 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Playback Trivia, 8:30– 9:30 p.m.

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Midtown Bar & Grill — Beer pong tourney, 7 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 8–9 p.m.

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Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m.

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Developer and publisher Niantic at Pokemon Gyms found throughout have created the next great thing, and the world. Players can capture gyms it’s the game you’ve probably heard a for their team by battling members of lot about by now: Pokemon the opposing team occuGo. pying the gym. Every victory People all over the world by the attacking team lowers have been playing the freethe gym's prestige. After to-play augmented reality the prestige of the gym hits game and posting all about zero, the attacking player Photos SPECIAL their Pokemon adventures. can take control of the gym Creating an avatar is a player's first The game allows players to and choose a Pokemon to step in Niantic's addicting new augcapture, train, battle and defend it. Similarly, team Tim Webb mented reality "Pokemon Go." eventually trade Pokemon that members occupying a gym activities players can take advantage of, appear throughout the real world. can upgrade the gym's prestige by batbut a little searching online will explain Players first create an in-game tling the gym leader. all. Outside of the poor user interaction avatar that will be disPokemon Go is a REVIEW from the company, the game itself is played to determine the genius game that has perfect and highly addictive. The outplayers' current locations. used a game’s world of-the-box element of having gamers to work flawlessly Players move around the actually walking around the real world with our own world real world to make the to interact and play the game is truly via augmented reality avatar walk. Within the 'Pokemon Go' refreshing. and mobile devices. players’ immediate surDeveloper: Niantic Now excuse me as I take a walk The game does a roundings are Pokestops Publisher: Niantic around the block and attempt to "catch and Pokegyms, which bad job of explaining Platform: Android, iOS them all."w are placed at real-life all the features and memorials, restaurants, parks, churches, tourist attractions and more. Gamers can also encounter Pokemon, players may view them in an augmented reality view or with a prerendered background. The augmented reality view showcases a Pokemon in the real world by utilizing the mobile device’s gyroscope and camera. Players use a unique system to catch Pokemon, relying on the gamer to throw a Pokeball at the right time and with the right amount of force to make a successful capture. Players are then rewarded with a new Pokemon, as well as candies and stardust — the in-game currencies that are used to raise a Pokemon’s combat power (CP). Players' in-game avatars also earn experience points for actions like catching a Pokemon. As gamers gather experience, the in-game level of their Wild Pokemon can be found anywhere — parks, libraries, restaurants or the bathavatar will rise. Once a player reaches room in your workplace. Players must throw a Pokeball at the right time and with the level five, they can join one of three right amount of force to capture wild Pokemon for their own. teams (red, blue or yellow) and battle

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Why did NCAA wait three years to act? If you follow Georgia Southern or live anywhere near Statesboro, you are probably aware that last week the NCAA announced infractions by Georgia Southern’s football program and the punishment to be handed down as a result. Alex Without getting too detailed, two separate violations were found between 2013 and 2014, both of which involved athletics staff providing improper academic assistance to student-athletes. Georgia Southern self-reported the 2013 incident to the NCAA when the professor discovered the academic dishonesty and came forward with the information. My understanding is that the university employee was fired, the student-athlete was removed from the team and his scholarship was revoked as soon as university administration became aware of the situation. The 2014 incident was a semesterlong pattern that involved a staff member completing extra credit assignments for two football players without the student-athletes’ knowledge. Again, that person was relieved of their duties once their actions were discovered. With all that said, I have a question. Why is Georgia Southern just now being punished in July 2016

for an incident it came forward to the NCAA about almost three years ago? I seriously have to wonder how many people who were employed by Georgia Southern athletics in 2013 are even still there now to accept this punishment. Brown I’m not such a homer to try to say there should be no punishment for such infractions. But 2013 was two coaching staffs ago. I’m not saying Jeff Monken, Willie Fritz or anyone on their staffs is at fault — these were obviously both situations where employees acted on their own to blatantly break the rules. But Georgia Southern has a first-year head coach in Tyson Summers who is inheriting penalties for crimes that occurred when he was defensive coordinator at Central Florida. I don’t have an answer for how these situations should be handled. The university has to be punished somehow, without a doubt. Sure, the athletics director and administration can’t babysit every employee and student-athlete 24 hours a day. And ultimately, these rules were broken by individuals employed by the university, most likely using university resources. But what in the world took so long? I understand that governing bodies like the NCAA just don’t

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Football misconduct gets Georgia Southern 2 years' probation STATESBORO — Georgia Southern was move quickly on things like this. That’s just how it is. But three years? Would it be too much to ask to announce the violations and punishment within a year? I think that’s plenty of time — especially when the university not only cooperates with the investigations, but self-reports the violations to begin with. As it stands, even though Georgia Southern appeared to handle everything the right way once it learned of the misconduct three years ago, bringing this back up sheds a negative light on the university when, as far as I know (and hope), the program now is being run cleanly. I can complain all I want, but all we can do now is move forward. Georgia Southern staff members and student-athletes broke the rules and the university is being punished. And honestly, losing a couple of scholarships, vacating a few wins, losing some official recruiting visits and paying a fine isn’t exactly the program’s death penalty. The Eagles are still eligible for postseason play and it remains to be seen which games will have to be vacated. Hopefully, the 2014 Sun Belt Championship is safe. By the time September rolls around and the Eagles take the field, hopefully this is a distant memory in the minds of most of Eagle Nation. Speaking of, kickoff is less than two months away. And I’m ready.w

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put on two years' probation and the football team will lose two scholarships next season after the NCAA ruled three football players received improper academic assistance. The school escaped a postseason ban. The football program will also face a 10 percent reduction in official visits and football evaluations for 2016-17. The school must vacate any victories in which the players participated. But Greg Sankey, chairman of the infractions and commissioner of the Southeastern Conference, said those games had yet to be determined. Sankey said the school self-imposed a $5,000 fine. He added that no member of the coaching staff was subject to penalties. In the first violation, which occurred in fall 2013, a former assistant compliance director gave a flash drive to a player who later enrolled in a course that allowed him to submit an assignment as his own work. "The former assistant director not only violated the NCAA's ethical conduct rule when she provided," Sankey said. "She also failed to cooperate with the NCAA's investigation." The second violation occurred in the fall 2014. Sankey said a former assistant director of student services drafted and submitted 10 extra-credit assignments on behalf of two football players. "She obtained the student-athletes' log-in and passwords and submitted those assignments without the student-athletes' knowledge," Sankey said. Jeff Monken was Georgia Southern's coach in 2013 and Willie Fritz in 2014. Fritz left for Tulane after last season and was replaced by Tyson Summers. The NCAA notified Georgia Southern of its investigation on Aug. 3, 2015.w

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SUMMER JAM 8

Summer Jam 8 bids farewell to Those Cats

WHEN? Saturday, July 16, 8 p.m.–midnight WHERE? South City Tavern (1830 Chandler Road)

This year's festival will be the sixth — and final — Summer Jam Those Cats has played

MR. ROBOT, from page 3 thing. If you’re expecting someone like Arrow’s Felicity, you’re in for a surprise. Instead, Malek’s character suffers from clinical depression, severe social anxiety and paranoid delusions. It’s an eerie, edgy portrayal of a character archetype that’s often been depicted as comic relief. Elliot regularly takes morphine to avoid being vulnerable to the pain and mental anguish he suffers from his overwhelming loneliness. It’s an interesting contrast of what he’s capable of and who he actually is. Elliot is connected to everyone: He can learn everything about anyone, yet he’s isolated from the world and the people around him. Malek’s captivating performance as Elliot anchors the series

Entertainment who took the reins of Summer Jam last year, hinted that the “friends” billed alongside the headliner are likely some of Those Cats’ past bandmates — but he and Durant both declined to spoil the surprise with too many details. “It’ll be one for the books,” Durant said. “Everyone should make an attempt to be there.” Complementing Those Cats’ sound is A Nickel Bag of Funk, a funk-rock ensemble based out of Savannah. The group has performed alongside Those Cats several times, and through past local performances, Statesboro listeners are likely already familiar with lead singer Leslie Adele, who Bridwell describes as a “vocal powerhouse.” “If you see her sing the Fugees’ ‘Killing Me Softly,’ your life will be changed,” he said. Filling out the set is up-and-coming indie rock band BiRDPERSON, who, having hit the Statesboro scene only last year, will be performing at with a magnetic protagonist you’ve never seen before on TV.

Fourth Wall Breaks and Other Mind-trips The majority of the show is viewed from Elliot’s perspective, and since he is prone to delusions and blackouts, he’s largely an unreliable narrator. Elliot often breaks the fourth wall by “talking” to the viewer, which he views as a side-effect of his deteriorating mental health. The company he aims to take down, E Corp, is perceived in his mind as Evil Corp, which causes every character to say “Evil Corp” instead of “E Corp” within the show. He also blacks out at one point and misses a significant event that affects

WHY? Because it's your last chance to see Those Cats play a show in Statesboro for the foreseeable future. Do you really want to miss that? No.

Summer Jam for the first time. Their poprock, almost punkish sound stands in stark contrast to the funky feel of Those Cats and Nickel Bag of Funk, but the variety is far from a weakness in a musical lineup, and Bridwell is using the opportunity both to give BiRDPERSON more local exposure and to introduce Statesboro audiences to the variety of music in Statesboro’s scene. Aaron Cooler, lead singer for BiRDPERSON, said the band is thrilled to have the opportunity.

multiple characters, leaving both Elliot and the viewer disoriented for a time. There’s a fun guessing game of what’s real and what’s not when watching the show. The number of theories this spawns is on par with Game of Thrones.

Fight Club 2.0 Fight Club, the 1999 film starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt as disillusioned young men, has had a clear influence on Mr. Robot. It’s basically a television version of the film: Just like Brad Pitt’s Tyler Durden, Mr. Robot’s goal is to have the consumer-debt industry erased. Both have a clear disdain for the rise of materialism and the chase of shallow wants. Mr. Robot just expands and molds these

“We've been fans as long as we've been students here, and when we first started BiRDPERSON one of our major goals was to play a show with Those Cats,” he said. “It's really cool to be able to do it one time before they break up." And fun fact: In past years, Cooler played trombone with Those Cats for a few gigs. The eighth annual Summer Jam will be held at South City Tavern on Saturday, July 16, from 8 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $5 in advance and slightly more at the door as Statesboro music fans gather to send Those Cats out in style.w

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A Creepy American Psycho Subplot A character with a running subplot that we routinely check up on is Tyrell Wellick (Martin Wallström), a high-ranking employee of Evil Corp, a largely amoral corporation prone to shady dealings. Wellick’s character, with his cold, chameleon-like personality, is highly reminiscent of American Psycho’s Patrick Bateman. Wellick, a character who spends his leisure hours paying homeless people to let him beat them up, provides a number of spine-chilling scenes throughout the show.w

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For the past seven years, Summer Jam has given local music-lovers a reason to brave the heat and venture out for a night of nonstop music from around the region. The annual music festival is back for an eighth year, but this iteration has a special angle: A farewell tribute to Those Cats, one of Statesboro’s longest-running and best-known bands, which is going on what lead singer Cyril Durant calls an “indefinite hiatus.” The five-man funk and blues outfit has performed in every Summer Jam since their first appearance in 2011, making this show a fitting end to their Statesboro career before their final two performances in Atlanta and Savannah. Billed as Those Cats & Friends, the headlining group is pulling out all of the stops for their final hometown performance. Since the band was founded in 2010, Those Cats has gone through several lineup changes and rotating members. William Bridwell, the founder and owner of Airbound

HOW MUCH? Advance tickets are available for $5 by contacting Airbound Entertainment. Tickets will be sold at the door on the night of the event.


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Boro bids farewell to its coolest cats After two full-length albums, five Summer Jams and six years of writing, performing and touring throughout the Southeast, Those Cats — one of Statesboro’s best-known bands — is taking its final bow. For the time being, at least. “It’s not a ‘goodbye,’ but a ‘see you later’,” said lead singer Cyril Durant, who is calling the break an “indefinite hiatus.” Since beginning as a four-person instrumental band in 2010, the funkand-blues ensemble has gone through several major lineup changes with an ever-evolving sound, having as many as seven players at one time. Throughout the years, though, the band has had a backbone of three original, constant members: guitarist Zac Tilson, bass player Miles Wiggins and drummer Scott Underwood. For some bands, such major upheavals would signal the beginning of the end, but that isn’t why Those Cats is disbanding now; in fact, Underwood said that in-and-out cast of characters in Those Cats’ lineup has been a definite strength. “When I started it, that’s kind of what I wanted it to turn into,” Underwood said. “The name is a very ambiguous, faceless thing. … It becomes a whole slew of people — not just a core group, but a lot of people we still keep in contact with.” The major upheavals facing Those Cats now are not internal lineup changes or in-band strife. Underwood said that the band members current changes are natural consequences of getting older and transitioning away from the college town in which Those Cats began. Durant and Tilson recently got married — one in October of last year and one in November — and relocated to Savannah; and Underwood is preparing to move to Athens, Georgia, with the members of his other music group, The Band Piano., which has been garnering rapid recognition around the state. Between growing commitments, hour-long commutes and the already

difficult challenge of organizing five people’s schedules for practice time, Those Cats was finding it almost impossible to find time to rehearse, let alone book consistent gigs. But rather than let the band dwindle away, Underwood said the band discussed entering their hiatus with a controlled descent. “It fell into place,” Underwood said. “Everybody was at that point to where it made sense to put it on hold.” The members of Those Cats packed their final schedule with many of their favorite haunts, including a last show at Gnat’s Landing, their “second home in Statesboro,” in addition to McLovins in Savannah and Atlanta’s Soul Music Fest, both of which are slotted for the end of July. Their July 16 performance at Summer Jam will be the sixth consecutive Summer Jam they have appeared in — a particularly impressive accomplishment, given that the festival has been running for eight years. With their funky soulful sound, Those Cats have long been carrying the torch of the Statesboro blues, but the band has been more than a constant presence in the local scene: It has been an active participant in shaping that scene, providing inspiration to younger up-and-coming bands and giving musicians a chance to tempo-

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Those Cats appear above in one of their first promotion pictures with their 2011 lineup. Below, the most recent Those Cats lineup appears in one of their last. rarily share the stage. In 2011, Those Cats participated in a concert event called “Jam for Chambers,” raising money for a favorite local bartender who had suffered a sudden aneurysm; and in 2013, they held a fundraising concert to raise money for the family of an Eagle, Nick Ward, who was struck and killed by a car while crossing the street. “We like to give back to the people who have given to us, and Statesboro has been a staple for us,” Durant said. “It’s where we got started, and anything we could have done to help out, we were more than willing to do.” More than just giving them a start, Those Cats’ Statesboro fans have poured back into them, too; the band’s first album, Something More Specific (2014), was Kickstarter-funded largely by Boro-based backers. And through it all, Durant said, the

band members’ relationships transcended bandmate status into deeper, genuine relationships. They have been groomsmen in each other’s weddings and supported their respective musical projects. “It’s more like we’re putting the band to rest more than we are our relationships with each other,” Underwood said. So while Those Cats are hanging up their instruments for the time being, there is still a chance that these old friends and veterans of the stage might pop up every now and then for reunion appearances or surprise shows. On the Facebook post listing their final July shows, they have followed “the end” with a conspicuous question mark. “It’s not to say we won’t be playing again,” Durant said, a little coyly. “It just might not be as soon as people would like.”w


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Rhythm and brews: Airbound Entertainment introduces Eagle Creek Music Fest entertainment market. “(Eagle Creek Music Fest) is exactly like what we’ve been working toward,” Bridwell said. “When we did David Nail and Corey Smith and John Langston, it was to re-engage with a market of people that had not really had those types of shows come through town over the couple of years before that. These are the style of events that I think could thrive in Statesboro.” The festival will begin at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 23, starting with a performance by the Tall Paul Band on the outdoor stage. Beer will be available for sale at Eagle Creek Brewing Co. and can be carried outside within the bounds of the perimeter that will be set in the brewery’s parking lot. General admission tickets, entry and beer packages, and a VIP package are all available to purchase in advance and on the day of the show, but there are only 500 tickets available for the event. To purchase yours before the show, visit the Eagle Creek Music Fest Facebook page for a link to the Xorbia ticketing site. General admission is $12 in advance and $17 at the door. For further price breakdowns, see the Eagle Creek Music Fest Facebook page under the "About" section. Bridwell said Eagle Creek Music Fest would not be possible without local sponsors, which include Pladd Dot, BrickHouse Live Productions, DSDA Statesboro and new business Smith & Wasden Clothing Co. — and, of course, the brewery lending its name to the festival. The event also stands as a celebration of Eagle Creek Brewing Co.’s third anniversary. “When you hear the phrase ‘support local,’ Eagle Creek does it just as well as anybody, if not better than everybody,” Bridwell said. Music festivals in Statesboro have come and gone — including A.U.R.A. Fest, Dixie Jam and the Statesboro Music Festival, for example — but Bridwell hopes that the Eagle Creek Music Fest is the first installment of a longstanding tradition in the making.w

WHO'S PLAYING MAIN STAGE LINEUP: BACKUP PLANET — Backup Planet is an experimental funk-rock band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Playing since 2012, the band’s set list full of original songs — which encompass elements from multiple genres such as funk, blues, jazz and many more — is sure to win over fans in Statesboro. THE BAND PIANO — This Statesboro-bred bluesy rock band should be a Southerner’s favorite; with grungy guitar riffs and playfully wicked lyrics, they’re guaranteed to entertain your ears off. If their 2015 release, “Sick Bones,” is anything to go by, The Band Piano’s performance is sure to be loud and wild. ASHES OF OLD WAYS is joint music collaboration between singersongwriters Dave Britt and Bobby Sutton, both of whom hail from South Carolina. Having decided to tour the Southeast during the summer, they’ve already been picking up traction with their first single, “Living in the Present Tense.” SUMILAN — Sporting an ambient, electro rock sound is Sumilan, an Athens based band with groovy, progressive tracks that’ll leave you tapping your foot and busting a move. Sumilan released a full length album, En Transit, last March. DIRTY UNCLE BOB — Another Statesboro-based band taking the stage is Dirty Uncle Bob, a group of musicians influenced by artists like the Allman Brothers Band, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and Drive-by Truckers. They’ve given themselves the moniker of being the “dirtiest” blues and rock band around. TALL PAUL BAND — Adding to the list of Statesboro musicians playing is Tall Paul Band. Tall Paul Band performs a set of songs that contain a fluid blend of old-fashion folkies and modern tunes. INDOOR STAGE LINEUP: CHYANN ROSE is a 16 year old musician from Statesboro. Despite her age, Rose has already been making a name for herself as a solid country singer. She was nominated by Georgia-Country.com as a finalist for 2015 Teen Artist of the Year. Rose’s set includes a lively mix of country music, Southern rock and classics from the 50s, 60s and 70s. JORDYN MALLORY is a country singer who is also taking a trip from Tennessee to play in Statesboro. The tracks from her four-track EP alternate between Southern ballads to country-pop. Mallory also auditioned for American Idol Season 11 and ended up reaching the top 98 of the show. COTY JAMES W/ GUITARIST BENJII TAYLOR — Coty James is a Southern crooner. His original tracks, “That Old Truck” and “Till Further Notice” celebrate the fun, playful spirit of country music. Jame’s 2014 track, “Cowboy Casanova” landed him a top 100 single on the Musicrow chart. BRENDAN ROBERTS — With his guitar in hand, Brendan Roberts is always ready to delight and entertain audiences. AUSTIN MEYER, DANIEL NAVARRO, SKYLER SMITH — This trio of Statesboro musicians has bene playing music all across South Georgia. They’re looking forward to stepping up onstage and sharing their passion with everyone else.

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In recent years, Summer Jam has been the anchoring musical event during the lull between semesters. In May 2015, Airbound Entertainment added Summer Sessions to the seasonal lineup. Now the music management and event booking agency is adding what might be their biggest event yet: The Eagle Creek Music Fest, an all-day, all-ages outdoor event at Eagle Creek Brewing Company, to be held July 23 from 2–10 p.m. “It’s had better engagement (on social media) than any event we’ve held in probably the last year,” said Willliam Bridwell, the founder and manager of Airbound Entertainment. As of July 7, he said, “about 800 people are engaged or interested in going.” Bridwell has been planning an event of this nature for about six to eight months ago, and joined forces with Eagle Creek and several local sponsors to make the music festival happen. Unlike Summer Jam, Summer Sessions, Boropalooza and other standalone music events, Bridwell wanted to make Eagle Creek Music Fest an outdoor event to appeal to a wider variety of music lovers — that is, audience members who typically avoid the more student-focused bars. The city of Statesboro approved the festival’s outdoor event permit 72 days before the date event organizers had set for the event. Bridwell had to hustle to fill up the time slots for the all-day music festival and finalized the lineup early in July, but despite the time crunch he was able to book 11 — that’s right, 11 — bands and artists for the event. Airbound Entertainment has only been operating since the spring of 2015, but it has quickly carved itself an important niche in the Boro’s music scene. Starting with a spring concert series beginning in March of last year, Bridwell has been working up gradually to bigger events, booking concerts with large country acts such as David Nail, Corey Smith and John Langston to fill what he sees as a significant gap in Statesboro’s


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“All of those were gone by eight-thirty this morning,” the smiling park ranger told me, seeming faintly surprised at this fact herself. The park opens at 8 a.m. and it was only 10:30, but all of the passes to hike the gorge floor had been given out. Only 100 hikers are allowed down into the gorge per day and, as hot as it was outside, I didn’t expect them all to be gone. As soon as I stepped outside the doors of the Information Center though, I decided it was better them than me. Even up in the North Georgia mountains, it was a hot day and, unlike the Gorge Floor trail, the trails I would be hiking were comfortably shaded by hardwoods and pines. Tallulah Gorge is nearly 1,000 feet deep and 2 miles long. It is bookended by a dam at each end, allowing the park to host Whitewater Weekends when water is released, usually in April or November. Though it is probably out of range of a day trip from Statesboro at a nearly four-hour drive, Tallulah Gorge State Park is well worth the trip up. Your outdoor adventure can be extended to include a night at one of the park’s 50 campsites. If roughing it really isn’t your style, you can find accommodations in the nearby town of Tallulah Falls. The park also boasts trails for every kind of hiker, ranging from paved nature trails to the more challenging Hurricane Falls or Gorge Floor Trails. A little ambitiously, I chose a route that would take me along both rims of the gorge, crossing the suspension bridge of the Hurricane Falls Trail and back along the top of the Tallulah Falls Dam. The rim trails are pleasant, wellmaintained affairs with a scenic overlook every 30 feet or so. Before long, I was descending into the gorge itself, stopping in the middle of the bridge to admire Hurricane Falls from above. On the other side, however, I realized embarrassingly quickly that I am woefully out of shape and that I probably should consider drinking those eight glasses of water a day, or whatever it is they tell you is healthy. Hurricane Falls Trail is mostly stairs — over 1,000 of

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A river surges far below an overlook in Tallulah Gorge State Park. them. After about 40, I was making a very concerning wheezing noise and had to take a breather, which I disguised by saying, “Oh look, there’s a good view of the waterfall!” Stairs and my questionable fitness aside, the experience was a very enjoyable one. Strategically placed overlooks highlight the five major falls of the gorge, and a cool breeze rose from it at fairly consistent intervals, making the Georgia summer bearable. I even ran into two men who had seen the peregrine falcons that nest on the cliffs. I didn’t see the birds myself, but they were kind enough to show me some pictures they had taken earlier that morning. “They’re late this year,” the older man explained excitedly, “and we think they’re actually still building the nest.” They told me that this is the only recorded nest in the state to exist in the wild, most of the birds choosing instead the easier but more dangerous ledges of Atlanta high rises. That’s kind of telling, I think. It reflects us, in a way. Modern life is fastpaced and designed to make our lives more and more convenient. To find even a bit of wilderness, even tamed wilderness, we have to seek it out, go a little bit out of our way. I’ve found, though, that places like this are usually worth the time it takes to find them.w


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Being a good ally Reckoning with privilege is uncomfortable — but necessary

This could be you

bhowell@connectstatesboro.com I may feel like I know it as well as my own, but I was not born into her body. I do not fear public bathrooms, or locker rooms. I do not field constant commentary about my gender presentation, or my body, or my clothing. No one calls me “sir,” not by accident and not out of spite. That is privilege. That is a safety I have taken for granted. It’s hard to admit to my own, innocent ignorance of my loved one’s day-in-day-out. It’s harder still to keep in mind that as I grow, many more such belated epiphanies will come. But that doesn’t mean that my time, attention and indignation do no good, or that my empathy has no place. It just means I’ll try now to speed along the excavation of my own awareness. In the meantime, I will let my love know that from here on out, I’ll be here, standing sentinel, working harder to see.w

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Historically, when we ‘As a white person and as a cisgendered queer have discussed the low-level paranoia that thrums along person who passes as straight in mainstream our day-to-day existence society, I am trying to pay more attention to and the constant threat that comes from being queer what life is like for people whose identities are in literally any community, both visually apparent and societally people have looked at my partner and me like we have Katherine condemned.’ three heads between us, and Fallon Katherine Fallon, Connect columnist none of them working. It is understandably hard to comprehend that hate resides in places for the sake of those I love. No matter of our being together, I know how real where we, ourselves, feel safe. We how diverse a population, no matter it is. Still, as I rarely encounter it on all want to think that our towns are how progressive a city likes to think my own, I forget sometimes how much better, that our neighbors are better itself, certain people are always, inhershe contends with alone. than what happened in Orlando. Better ently at risk, just for being themselves. I will blithely let her know that a than what happened in Laramie. Better That can be hard to hear, and it’s doctor I visited was kind, or that a than the burning of churches, or the harder still to know where to go with retail establishment was friendly, or firebombing of mosques, or any of the it, but if we truly want to better our that a receptionist was, well, receptive, many incidents that continue to fuel environments, the more privileged only to have her come home from the Black Lives Matter movement. among us need first to do some serious those very same places to report dis Although I am queer as the day is thinking about what we do and do not crimination and hostility. long, I am also not easily readable as know. No matter how good our inten This has been true of everywhere such, and I walk through the world tions are, we cannot make change by we have lived together, and has been mostly without being noticed. A trip to insisting that our lens is the only lens, true for my previous partners, too, Walmart might be hellacious because or by denying that there are lenses at who have also tended toward gender Walmart just plain sucks, but I do not all. ambiguity, if not outright masculinity. have to steel myself against the way the There is a lot of debate about what Throughout my queer adulthood, public will treat me while picking out constitutes being a “good ally” to in the company of my girlfriends bananas. minority communities. I don’t pretend or partners, I have experienced My partner is pretty impressively to have answers, but to me, at the very harassment on the streets of multiple androgynous, though, and as such, least, it begins with listening and affircities, small and large, in red and blue people stare. Occasionally, the stares mation, with resisting the impulse to states. are admiring, and sometimes, they are negate the lived experiences of others We have been shamed and gawked relatively innocent, if ignorant. But simply because I am made uncomat with regularity, and have come to most often, the attention she garners fortable by them, or because I have not expect as much. But some people have — just for existing — is sinister and experienced the same myself. taken it further: We’ve had things aggressive. As a white person and as a cisgenthrown at the moving tires of our More than once, we have walked dered queer person who passes as bicycles, been yelled at from open through the door of a business and straight in mainstream society, I am windows, followed off of public transit, walked right back out, based upon trying to pay more attention to what raced down interstates and incited to immediate reception. I hardly touch life is like for people whose identities the brink of physical altercation in line her outside of our house. If the car are both visually apparent and sociat the store while running everyday next to us sits higher than ours, we get etally condemned. errands. And truly, you would be nervous about holding hands. We have For instance, I am finally, belatedly amazed by how many people ask queer only kissed in public once, and then coming to terms with something I folk what it is we do together in bed. entirely in shadow. should have known a long time ago, Sometimes, they even tell us, or show Together, we approach social before I even laid eyes on my partner: us, like charades. interactions tentatively, anticipating I cannot possibly understand what Because I am queer, no matter something negative, and because we she deals with on a daily — even where I have lived, I have been afraid experience this together and as a result momentary — basis. of other people, for my own sake and

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Eugenia Last CANCER (June 21– July 22) — Your drive and determination will help you bring about changes at home. Look outside your usual routine and expand your horizons. Someone you encounter will enlighten you. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) — You need to keep things in perspective. If you let your emotions dominate, you will end up in a dispute that will hold you back instead of helping you move forward. VIRGO (Aug. 23– Sept. 22) — You'll receive information that will influence a decision you make or change your plans. Don't limit what you can do. Take action and offer hands-on help. LIBRA (Sept. 23–Oct. 23) — Problems with people you work or deal with regularly will arise. If you use charm, deploy compliments and are willing to compromise, you will get your way. SCORPIO (Oct. 24– Nov. 22) — Take care of business quickly so that you can do something more enjoyable or educational. Taking part in a conference or course will be enlightening as well as fruitful. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23– Dec. 21) — Fight for your rights, but don't exceed boundaries, rules or regulations. Do your due diligence and find out all the facts before you proceed. Physical improvements will boost your confidence.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22– Jan. 19) — A good deal will make your day. Search for the perfect gift for a loved one. A change in the way you approach someone will make a difference. Listen and learn. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20– Feb. 19) — Don't venture too far from home. A job worth doing is a job worth doing right the first time. A romantic gesture will improve a personal relationship. PISCES (Feb. 20– March 20) — An opportunity will present itself if you are sincere and express your intentions. Negotiations, contracts and unexpected offers and financial gains look promising. Improve your domestic environment. ARIES (March 21– April 19) — Make a deal. Revisit an old idea or investment in order to find a way to get ahead. Discipline and personal change will mark a new beginning. Discuss your plans for the future. TAURUS (April 20– May 20) — You'll be sensitive to comments made by friends and family. Consider what's been said and who said it before you respond. In time, the advice offered will make sense and will help you move forward. GEMINI (May 21–June 20) — Some devoted personal time will help you update your appearance and give you a chance to think about the people you choose to surround yourself with.w

Holli Deal Saxon FACEBOOK POLICE? — Don’t call the cops over social media posts. A Bulloch County Sheriff ’s deputy told a Swallowtail Drive couple he wasn’t the Facebook police after the woman demanded he order her husband to delete posts. It seems the man discovered she was unfaithful, so he shared on Facebook conversations she had with other men. She didn’t like it. The deputy told her to take it up with the social media entity, that her husband had not broken any laws.

NOODLE ABUSE — A Cowboy Way man whose family are regular callers to law enforcement sent for sheriff ’s deputies because his adult son threw a pot of spaghetti on the ground after an argument over a driver’s license. The son and his mother claimed the son accidentally dropped the spaghetti. NOISY AND DRUNK — A Little Lotts Creek Apartments man was arrested for public intoxication after his girlfriend called police to report he was “loud and boisterous.”w


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