Page 1

FREE

YOUR ARTS, NEWS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

JULY 15 - 28, 2015

ALSO INSIDE

SUMMER JAM 7

EXPLORE ST. AUGUSTINE

Annual music festival kicks off at South City Tavern |

Road trip itinerary for Florida’s Spanish city |

3

10


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

2


3 Volume 10 • No. 19 • July 15, 2015

Summer Jam 7

Contact Us: 1 Proctor Street Statesboro, GA 30458 912.489.9405 Fax: 912.489.8181

Advertising Manager: Stephanie Childs 912.489.9412 schilds@connectstatesboro.com Graphic Designer: Mallory Biggers 912.489.9491 mbiggers@statesboroherald.com

12

tailgatetattler

Photographer: Scott Bryant

Multimedia: Tim Webb 912.489.9462 twebb@statesboroherald.com Distribution: Darrell Elliot 912.489.9425 delliot@statesboroherald.com Operations Manager: Jim Healy 912.489.9402 jhealy@statesboroherald.com

www.CONNECTSTATESBORO.com

Published each Wednesday by Statesboro Publishing Company.

WED 15

18

newsandopinion Mirth and Matter ......................... ...........4 Comics .......................................................... 5 Event Calendar...........................................6 Daily Specials............................................ 7 Games ........................................................13 THURS 16

FRI 17

WEATHER DOG connectstatesboro.com Thunderstorms

Thunderstorms

95/72

96/73

95/72

Partly Cloudy

Thunderstorms

SUN 19

MON 20

TUES 21

Thunderstorms

94/73

Thunderstorms

92/72

95/72

Thunderstorms

95/72

As the heat intensifies, the jams become that much cooler as the seventh annual Summer Jam takes over Statesboro. Statesboro’s own local music festival reappears Saturday, July 18, at South City Tavern with a $7 admission fee. The music begins at 7 p.m., and this year's acts offer variety in what may be the most exciting local lineup to date. This year’s Summer Jam will consist of local bands, highlighted by Statesboro’s longest-standing band: Those Cats. Along with the funk and blues band, the rising talent of the Tall Paul Band, The Orange Constant, Sumilan, Piano. and Tent City will also be in attendance. This event also highlights local businesses, Airbound Entertainment representative, William Bridwell said. “We just come together to have a good time during the summer,” Bridewell said. “It’s all about supporting live music and, more importantly, local live music.” Summer Jam will be put on by first-time host South City Tavern. South City is known for hosting other music events and supporting local talent, including the Boropalooza events of the last two years. “South City has had multiple events and they all went very well,” Bridewell said. “The venue is very well run and supportive of local talent.” Tall Paul Band will take the stage at 7 p.m., followed by the Orange Constant at 9 p.m. and Sumilan at 11 p.m. — all on the inside stage. The outside stage will liven up when Piano. begins playing at 8 p.m. They will be followed by Tent City at 10 p.m. Headlining band Those Cats will wrap up the night with their show

beginning at midnight. South City Tavern will officially open the doors at 5 p.m., offering early bird tickets for $5. After 8 p.m. the price for admission will be $7. The bands will occupy two stages, indoor and outdoor, while trying to keep the music going until closing time at 1 a.m. Local brewing company Eagle Creek will also be in attendance, offering two two summer beers for sampling and giving away koozies and other prizes, Bridewell said. “This event gives the community a chance to see what Statesboro has to offer,” Bridewell said. “Local music isn’t that big around Statesboro, so we are trying to get the names out there while also supporting other local aspects of the community.”w

Got a complaint? Concern? Just want to let off some steam or get people talking? call That Blows at 912.489.9479 and let us know what's on your mind.

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

Contributing Writers: Holli Deal Saxon Alex Brown Lucas Baggett Erin Lawson Matt Sowell

Classifieds Manager: Pam Pollard 912.489.9420 ppollard@statesboroherald.com

Annual music mini-festival moves to South City Tavern for a night of nonstop listening

astrograph

Editor: Brittani Howell 912.489.9405 bhowell@connectstatesboro.com

SAT 18

Lucas Baggett


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

4

Setting roots (and trying not to kill things)

2 MONTHS FREE RENT FREE FURNITURE!

2, 3, and 4 Bedroom Floor Styles Rent starting at

$299

• FREE Roommate Matching • Furnished Options Available • Washer and Dryer Pet Friendly. Large breeds welcome!

A few weeks ago, I decided Easter weekend. He was to start a garden on the little 15 and it was time, but it block of concrete I call a back was still very sad for us. patio. A neighbor gave me a Relationships die; the ties squash plant and a pot, and that bind friends and colafter it survived a week in my leagues become loosened by care, I felt brave enough to go temporal and geographical to Lowe's and try out some distance, and sometimes they actual flowers. fall away entirely. You can Brittani Howell lose parts of yourself, too, as “I need something pretty low-maintenance and you grow into new attributes resilient,” I told the lady at the and let old ones “die” — and whether counter in the garden center. “I’m a that experience is good or bad is first-time gardener. I don’t want to often revealed only by time. Those are mostly passive buy it and accidentally kill it.” The look she leveled at me was examples, but in the process of one of pity, mingled with exaspergrowing you unwittingly can be an ation and a drop of condescension. active participant in certain deaths “Oh, honey,” she said. “That’s how — as in, something dies and it is, we learn.” at least partly, your fault. Growing I have carried this conversation up, gaining independence, figuring around with me ever since, through out who you are when you are on planting the tiny cockscombs I your own — these are big things to purchased and coming upon my come to terms with, and everyone one-year anniversary of moving to is on a learning curve during that Statesboro. Plant metaphors are process. Inevitably, you make a lot handy for these situations — the idea of mistakes, and sometimes you hurt of striking roots, of growing where other people when you make them. you are planted. But it wasn’t until Feelings are wounded, friendships my conversation with the woman at strained, things done out of anger. Lowe's that I remembered that, in Sometimes, bridges burn. That idea has bothered me very the natural world, all that growing is deeply over the past few weeks. I perfectly balanced with an awful lot try to operate under a “do no harm” of dying. Some of it, of course, is very principal, preferring to keep my natural. Loved ones die; my family messes and mistakes contained to said goodbye to our dearly loved See MIRTH, page 7 Labrador, our first dog, over the presented by

Bulloch county Foundation For PuBlic Education thursday, august 13 7 P.m. statEsBoro high school auditorium tickEts $25 tickets available now

710 Georgia Ave. • Statesboro, GA 30458

(9 1 2 ) 8 7 1 - 6 5 0 1

www.southerndownsapartments.com

www.eventbrite.com 332 South Main Street

1 Proctor Street

All Proceeds Provide Innovation Grants for Bulloch County Schools’ Teachers and Students


5

BEETLE BAILEY

DUSTIN

MOTHER GOOSE & GRIMM

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

BIZARRO


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

6

ARTS. MUSIC. ENTERTAINMENT.

24 22

Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m.

Friday

15 17 19

1 a.m., $7 ($5 before 8 p.m.)

Wednesday

Friday

GSU Russell Union Theatre — The DUff. Free and open to the public. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop — Cornhole, 7 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Coty James & Benji Taylor, 9 p.m.

Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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

Monday

Saturday

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

Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market, 9 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. Splash in the Boro — Family Fun Swim, 10 a.m.

Thursday

40 East Grill — Chyann Rose, 7 p.m. El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Millhouse — Bragg & Co., 8 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

Sunday

18 20

Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

16

Millhouse — Savannah River Band, 9 p.m.

GATA’s — Tall Paul Band, 7 p.m. Millhouse — Nick Bryant, 10 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Forest O’Quinn, 9 p.m. South City Tavern — Summer Jam, featuring Tall Paul Band, Piano., The Orange Constant, Tent City, Sumilan and Those Cats. 7 p.m.–

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.

21 Tuesday

Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m.

Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar — Solomon’s Ghost, Me and the Trinity, The Apprehended, 7 p.m.

Wednesday

GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Williams Center, multipurpose room — Unplugged/Open Mic Night, with the Office of Student Activities. Free and open to the public, 7– 8:30 p.m. Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

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

Thursday

El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Millhouse — Kyle Turner, 9:30 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

Bulloch DUI / Bulloch Recovery Bulloch Defensive Driving Vern and Cindy Howard & Staff 18 Simmons Center • Statesboro, GA 30458 Phone: (912) 489-8401 • Fax: (912) 489-4316 • Program # 2070, 2050 www.bullochdui.com • vernh@nctv.com • cindybohler@nctv.co,m

Vern and Cindy Howard

Addiction Counselors

Millhouse — Squawk Box, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Those Cats, 10 p.m.

25 Saturday

Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m.

23

Wild Wing Café — School of Rock, 7–9 p.m.; Wesley Bragg, 10 p.m.– 1 a.m.

Southern Adventures, all day. For information and registration, visit Southern Adventures’ website.

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

27 Monday

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.

Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market, 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

28

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

Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m.

Millhouse — Joe Anderson Band, 10 p.m.

GATA’s — Beer pong tournament, 8 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Blaine & Company, 9 p.m.

Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m.

26 Sunday

GSU Recreation Activity Center — Sea kayaking day trip with

Tuesday

Your events not listed? Post them at connectstatesboro. com!

Q: Is a clinical evaluation the same as an alcohol/drug evaluation? Is an alcohol/drug evaluation the same as an alcohol/drug assessment? Are all clinical evaluators on a state registry? A: Evaluations and assessments are usually interchangeable terms; however, clinical evaluations are mandatory by DBHDD for all first and subsequent DUI offenders. Both alcohol and drug assessments and clinical evaluations require a face-to-face interview with a clinician. DUI offenders can only be evaluated and/or treated by clinicians on the DBHDD state registry. Now, if you’re still confused call Bulloch Recovery Resources at 912-489-8401 or visit www.duistatesboro.com.

Log on to connectstatesboro.com to ask or view more questions regarding this expert!


7 The Associated Press

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

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

Your specials here! To claim your place in Connect Statesboro, call 912.489.9412.

H

More cowbell! Detroit suburb seeks to set ear-ringing record

TRENTON, N.J. — The largest marketer of "As Seen on TV" products says a settlement with New Jersey consumer affairs officials will lead to an improved shopping experience for customers. New Jersey reached the settlement with Telebrands Inc. after saying the company used high-pressure sales tactics and made it difficult for customers to get refunds. State consumer affairs officials announced Monday the Fairfield-based company has agreed to revise its interactive voice response ordering system. But wait, there's more: The company has to pay the state $550,000.

ROYAL OAK, Mich. — The Detroit suburb of Royal Oak wants to hear a lot more cowbell. The Daily Tribune reports the "more cowbell" line from a 2000 "Saturday Night Live" TV sketch is part of the inspiration for an effort to break the Guinness World Records mark for the most people to ring a cowbell at once. The attempt is Aug. 1 during the Cowbell Classic 10K and 5K run. Matt Flynn, race director for Ultimate Fun Runs, says they're ordering 3,000 cowbells to be rung for five consecutive minutes. He says: "It's probably more difficult than you think, because that's a long time to listen to cowbells."w

MIRTH, from page 4

myself. This suggestion of inevitability makes me sad — and uncomfortable. It brings to mind the many times I have been wounded in recent years, but also the many times I have done the wounding. But the idea is also very forgiving. People aren’t perfect, and though you can try your hardest to be kind and decent, occasionally you fail. It does not absolve you, morally, of responsibility, but it does make it easier to accept and deal with it when you do inflict those wounds. It helps you forgive yourself and avoid repeating the mistake in the future. It also makes you a little more forgiving toward people who do the wounding. It does not mean you have to stay in a position where they can hurt you again, but that understanding — that

Larry G. ubbard, DDS 912-764-9891 4 Lester Road Statesboro, Ga Larry Hubbard

Dental Expert

mercy — helps you move on. And sometimes, certain things have to die to make room for something new, and perhaps better, for everyone involved. These are the thoughts I’ve been working through as I water my tiny potted garden every day. I still have seven of the little cockscombs — looking a little scrubby but hanging in there. Five have died. I wouldn’t go so far as to say that their withering was necessary for learning. I would like to think that accidentally killing things is more of an occupational hazard than a requirement. But like it or not, things die, and if I plan to grow anything in the future, I certainly have experiences to learn from. Brittani Howell is the editor of Connect Statesboro. If you'd like to reach out, shoot a message to editor@ connectstatesboro.com!w

Q: Do you focus on Endodontics? A: I do perform endodontics (root canals) regularly, but I do not focus on endodontics exclusively. I am a General Dentist and treat a wide variety of dental problems. In Statesboro, there are two root canal specialists (Endodontists) which come up from Savannah on a rotating daily basis. They restrict their practice to endodontic treatments only.w I perform many root canals in my office but do refer out the more complex cases, as most General Dentists do.

Log on to connectstatesboro.com to ask or view more questions regarding this expert!

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

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!

Happy Hour & Late-Night Fun: Every day, 3–6 p.m. & 9 p.m.–close; $3.75 Brewtus size house margaritas, Brewtus size Long Island Iced Teas, Brewtus size Bahama Mamas; $3.75 Brewtus domestic draft beers; $4 pints of craft beers; $3.75 Barefoot wine by the glass; half-price on selected appetizers: Mozzarella Sticks, Spinach & Artichoke Dip, Grilled Chicken Wonton Tacos and Boneless Buffalo Wings

'As Seen on TV' company says settlement good for customers


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

8 Brittani Howell

Easy day trips for the rest of the summer For those whose summers are limited by school schedules, there is only about a month left for the vacation season. That doesn't leave much time for a full-scale, cross-country, Kerouac-ian adventure. Instead, squeeze in a few smaller road trips to the underrated gems of the Southeast. From the mountains to the beaches, the modern and the historic, the urban elite and the welcoming comfort of the Lowcountry, you are rarely out of a few hours’ driving distance of something truly beautiful in the South. Savannah: This one seems like an easy out for this list, but the big perk of Savannah is that it’s close enough for a traveler to enjoy all the touristy stuff and get a local’s taste of the town. And what better way to do it than an unofficial, underground bar crawl? It’s self-timed, self-directed and does not include any obnoxious drunk people you didn’t invite yourself. You won’t find any other like it in Savannah, and it only takes four easy steps. 1. Pick your poison. For strategy’s sake, it’s best to think of one cocktail

you wouldn’t mind consuming an awful lot of in one night. You can always branch out when you get to your destination, but for comparison’s sake, you might want to dedicate yourself to one or two. 2. Pick a starting point. Find a bar you’d like to sample, preferably one off the beaten path. (Yes, we all know Lulu’s Chocolate Bar is simply divine, but be a little more adventurous.) We’d like to suggest Kevin Barry’s Irish Pub on the riverfront or Jen’s & Friends on Bull Street. 3. Ask the bartender. Order your first drink and then start chatting up the person behind the bar. Ask them:

SPECIAL

You know what they say: When the going gets boring, the bored get going. ...Or something like that. “What’s the best place to get a [insert that chosen drink here]?” More often than not, you’ll end up getting a few insider tips from a local alcohol expert who will direct you to the places you might not find on the TripAdvisor page. Follow your bartender’s instructions to your next location. 4. Repeat step 3 for as long as your wallet and tolerance allow. And make a list of all the places you tried, because you might not remember them the next morning.

Atlanta: Again, this seems like an obvious choice, but most people try to hit up Atlanta for the nightlife. Forget that. Go for the arts. While Atlanta does not have the kind of theatre scene New York or other cultural hubs are known for, it’s nothing to turn your nose up at — and it’s considerably more affordable. Atlanta is home to some remarkable community-level theatre groups with high-caliber performers and cozy, intimate venues. To start, try out The Aurora Theatre in Lawrenceville, a suburb well within Atlanta’s sprawl.

Their recent production of the off-Broadway musical Hands on a Hardbody featured “one of the year’s stand-out musical ensembles,” according to ArtsAtl.com, so their upcoming show, Memphis, should be one to see. If your tastes tend to be a bit more classic, Atlanta is home to what has been called the best Shakespearean venue this side of the pond: The Shakespeare Tavern, shaped like a miniature Globe Theatre and nestled snugly on Peachtree Street NE in the middle of downtown. The Shakespeare Tavern provides original-practice Shakespeare performances: no gimmicks, no weird themes, just what the Bard intended. Their command of the language is effortless and their interpretation of the text is often hysterical, taking full advantage of all the bawdy humor Shakespeare slipped in there for the groundlings. It’s a blast every time you go, and you can enjoy a pub dinner and a pint while you watch the show. Their current production is A Midsummer Night’s Dream (what else?), and it’s begging you to make the

See ROAD TRIP, page 11

Why wait for snail mail? SINCE YOU’VE BEEN GONE... [8] • GOOD EATIN’: GET A LOCAL TASTE OF THAILAND [10]

FREE

YOUR ARTS, NEWS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

JAN. 14-20, 2015

Get your message out immediately to our list of 36,000 registered user emails who have requested to receive special offers or notices. Only $19 per thousand plus $25 setup fee per blast.

Contact Stephanie Childs today for more information at 912.531.0786 or schilds@connectstatesboro.com.


9 Erin Lawson

Your summer road trip survival guide getting it serviced. Also, bring some tools for minor repairs in case you need them, as well as registration, proof of insurance and AAA membership cards, if you have them. 3. Make an itinerary for your journey. Before leaving, we sat down and determined the destinations along I-40 we wanted to check out on the way. Those stops helped to break up the monotony of the trip and gave us and our pups an opportunity to stretch out. Use Google maps and reviews to find top-rated attractions that are fun, cheap, free or kid/pet friendly on the way to your destination. 4. Consider the kids (or furchildren, if you have any). Kid-friendly music, lots of DVDs and some fun car ride games (like the Alphabet Game, I Spy or 21 Questions) are a must for traveling with kids. For kids and pets, it’s important to pack lots of bottled water and medicines in case of carsickness or injury, provide plenty of

bathroom breaks and stay at hotels who give special attention to kids or are pet-friendly. Websites like BringFido, GoPetFriendly and PetFriendlyTravel are good resources to locate lodging and attractions that cater to your furry family members. 5. Consider your own entertainment. An awesome playlist, some really funny stand-up comedy or an audiobook series can make a long trip seem much shorter. Cracker Barrel even has an audiobook rental program, where you can rent and exchange audiobooks at any of their locations! 6. Stay clean and nourished. It’s easy to fall into the habit of eating fast food at every mealtime stop, but healthy alternatives are out there. Before leaving, purchase a supply of healthy snacks that don’t require refrigeration (think dried fruit, pretzels, granola bars and trail mix) so that you can stay healthily nourished without making time-consuming pit stops for greasy food. Also, long

hours of sitting in the car can make you feel sticky and gross. Remember to pack baby wipes, dry shampoo and mouthwash to keep yourself feeling fresh along the way. It’s also a good idea to pack medications like ibuprofen, antihistamines and antacids in case of any sickness or aches and pains. 7. Have fun! It’s really easy to get cabin fever after being in the car with the same people for hours on end. Make sure to keep your sense of humor, allow for silence when needed, and keep your cool as much as possible to keep crankiness from becoming conflict. Keeping each other in good spirits will ensure a happier time once you arrive at your destination. By following these tips and tricks to road travel, hopefully the journey will be almost as fun as the vacation itself. Bon voyage!w

350/MONTH RENT SEPCIAL AT CAMPUS EVOLUTION VILLAGES

$

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

As I write to you, I am currently about 2,500 miles away in sunny California. My boyfriend and I, with our German shepherd and pit bull, made the trip by truck from Savannah to central California in about 48 hours. Although the trip was long, we managed to squeeze in a ton of fun, pet-friendly things to do along the way and enjoy the ride along Route 66. Are you planning to hit the open road this summer? If so, I have a few helpful suggestions for you that might make your journey much more enjoyable. 1. Budget your time and money wisely. Before you gas up the car, make sure you know where you’re going and have a very liberal estimate of what it’s going to cost you to get there. It’s a smart idea to give yourself a few extra days (and extra cash) in case of roadside emergencies and/or unexpected expenses. 2. Get the car ready. Make sure your vehicle is ready for the trip by


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

10

The buildings of St. Augustine, Fla., are marvels of Spanishinfluenced architecture. Pictured here is Flagler College, and its lovely campus is definitely worth a wander.

Matt Sowell

Road trip: St. Augustine, Florida St. Augustine is a weird mix of tourist traps, hipsters, history and bizarre creepiness, making it the ideal stop for a road trip. With everything from a historical fort to a freak show inside an old Victorian house, it’s impossible to get bored. It’s a pretty easy three-hour drive — and is totally worth it. Where to stay:

c  The Pirate Haus Inn: A quaint

hostel located in Old Town. If you stay here, you’re within walking distance of most of the attractions.

c 

St. George Inn: This option is pricier, but still located in the heart of

Old Town. For a fancier, more resortlike feel, this is your best option.

c 

Breakfast:

The Manatee Café: It’s a short drive from Old Town and very much worth it. Starting at 8:30 a.m., The Manatee serves breakfast all day. It’s

LEONARD J. DEFRANCISCI/ Wikimedia Commons

relatively healthy and includes vegetarian and vegan options. Top picks: The breakfast burrito or pancakes.

c 

Lunch:

Literally anywhere on St. George Street: This boulevard has just about anything you could imagine, and every place is worth it. Some highlights include Cruisers Grill, known for their burgers, and Pizza Time (yes, the name is cheesy, but this pizza is lifechanging).

c 

Snacks:

The Hyppo: Popsicles may seem childish, but these are delicious, made from scratch with real fresh fruit. French Fry Heaven: It’s exactly what it sounds like: lots of French fries. The difference between this place and other venues is the assortment of specialty fries you can get. Gelato Time: Again, cheesy name but killer product. They have pretty much any type of gelato you could want, but the standout is a blackberry cabernet that tastes just like wine.

c  c 

HAWTHORNE II 4 Bedrooms Prices Start at $295 per Bedroom

c 

Dinner:

The Floridian: This place is very popular amongst locals. The menu includes tons of vegan and vegetarian options and the ingredients are local. It’s a great place to sit back and relax after a long day. Top picks: Cornbread Stack, 'N Grits or the Brisket Posole. Essential things to do:

www.hendleyproperties.com 912.681.1166 • Statesboro, GA 30458

c  The Fountain of Youth: This is

it — the mysterious place you’ve heard about. It may not actually work, but it’s

definitely a fun roadside attraction.

c  Wolf ’s Mystery Museum:

Located in an old Victorian house, this place is not a place for the easily offended or faint of heart. The owner is friendly and willing to share his collection of oddities, displayed for all to see. It’s a cheap attraction that makes for an interesting walkthrough. Potter’s Wax Museum: Keeping up with the creepy vibe, Potter’s is a must. This place isn’t intentionally creepy, but it will definitely give you a chill. Ripley’s Train Tour: St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States. There is history around every corner. Rather than touring it on foot, Ripley’s offers a train ride through the city that shows guests all of the highlights. Casa De San Marco: You really can’t miss this when driving into St. Augustine. It’s a massive fort from the early days of America and is totally worth touring. Highlights include feeling kind of like Indiana Jones and the fact that sometimes they fire cannons. Shopping on St. George Street: If you like shopping, you can’t miss St George. There’s food, clothes, novelties — literally everything. Ghost tour: There are as many ghost tour options in Saint Augustine as there are historical sites. If you’re looking for a low-key, not-so-scary one, try Ghost and Gravestones. For the thrillseekers among you, try Paranormal Investigations inside the Old Jail. The name is a mouthful and it’s very pricey, but a ticket gives you a night of ghost hunting inside one of the most allegedly haunted places in Florida.w

c 

c 

c 

c 

c 


ROAD TRIP, from page 8

drive to come enjoy it. If you take an early drive and spend the day in the city, you can explore the verdant Piedmont Park or stop by the Botanical Gardens for a shady stroll. For lunch, you could always do the Varsity (just to say you’ve done it once), but you might be better off enjoying the Southern cooking at Mary Mac’s Tea Room or, better yet, Gladys Knight’s Signature Chicken and Waffles. Laugh if you want, but the line for Gladys’ consistently stretches out the door and around the block. It’s that good.

Georgia's Golden Isles

rates and the hatching season is just beginning. You may get lucky and witness a nest of tiny turtles making their first journey down to the water. Spend the night in the Jekyll area and then head to Cumberland Island, an hour down the coast. While the island itself is a little tricky to get to, requiring passage on a ferry, it’s well worth the trip. The island has plenty of old ruins from plantation days, easily accessed by walking and biking trails. As you explore, keep an eye out for the island’s real wildlife draw: the herds of feral horses. It may take a lot of

patience and a pinch of luck, but laying eyes on one of the last remaining wild horse populations in the U.S. is not something to miss. The island is remote and exposed to the elements, so make sure to come prepared with sunscreen and snacks. And clean up after yourself. You’d feel awful if some poor pony choked on your Hostess wrapper.

Charleston, South Carolina Charleston was just rocked by a national tragedy, which means a lot

N E W LY R E N O VAT E D U N I T S AVA I L A B L E

ng i t r a t s Rates w as as lo

0 0 . 9 9 $2

The Garden District is a unique community that blends the fun and fresh lifestyle of New Orleans, with its popular French Quarter architecture , and the convenience of being right in Statesboro. The Garden District is a community of townhouses with the character of Old New Orleans.

Enjoy the pleasures and amenities of...Townhomes and flats with French Quarter Style balconies and patios 12 different floor plans• Wireless high-Speed Internet incided in rent • Expanded Cable included in rent • Optional Power & Water Package • Optional Furnautre Package • Computer Room • Tanning Room • Fitness Room • Social/Game Room

17931 Hwy 67 South, Statesboro, GA 30458 • 912.681.6539 • www.gardendistrictrentals.com

11

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

Georgia’s golden isles aren’t just all golf courses and five-star restaurants. The barrier islands are also great wildlife reserves, letting you get upclose and personal with native fauna you don’t get to encounter very often. Start with Jekyll Island, a two-hour drive south of Statesboro. Get there a few hours before sunset for an evening turtle walk ($20 per person through the Georgia Sea Turtle Center). While sea turtle sightings are not guaranteed, going now increases your odds: Georgia turtles are nesting at record

SPECIAL

You don't have to drive all the way to California to catch a good wave. Instead, head up the coast to Folly Beach, just outside of Charleston, South Carolina.

of people are keeping a respectful distance — which isn't great for tourism's peak season. Don't feel weird about heading north for the beautiful historical city, which — in addition to a great aquarium and gorgeous downtown area — has plenty of parks and marshland to explore, not to mention some fantastic eatin' in the many, many delicious Lowcountry restaurants. But the reason we're including Charleston on the list is its proximity to Folly Beach, which is one of the best surfing spots on the Southeast coast. If you've always wanted to discover your inner Johnny Tsunami, this is the place to do it. There are several gear rental places in the area that also offer surfing lessons, and if you get exhausted from all of your wipe-outs, you can hang out on the beach and watch the pros at work. Best of all, it's only a threehour drive away — even closer than Atlanta, and (since they're farther north) probably a bit cooler. Time's a-wastin' and the summer's almost spent. We've given you plenty of options in this issue for a last hurrah of the season or a mini-adventure that won't break the bank. Have fun!w


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

12

The course of good football never did run smooth Retrospective: Mid-2000s usher in times of trouble for Georgia Southern Eagles In 2005, the country was continuing to heal from the horrific events of September 11, 2001, but there were plenty of other memorable news stories that took on a life of their own. In 2005, the United States’ war in Iraq, which began in Alex 2003, continued; Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, 17-year old Natalee Holloway disappeared while on her senior trip to Aruba; and the hunt for Osama bin Laden dragged on with no success. Big movies at the box office included Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, The Chronicles of Narnia and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Wedding Crashers, Mr. & Mrs. Smith and Madagascar were also big hits in 2005. After the success of Survivor opened the floodgates to a new format of “reality television”, everyone was watching American Idol, Dancing with the Stars and, of course, Survivor. However, CSI, Desperate Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy were also huge hits. Kanye West, 50 Cent, Green Day and Kelly Clarkson were selling a ton of CDs while a gallon of gas had skyrocketed to $2.27 due the unrest in the Middle East and Hurricane Katrina. Meanwhile, Statesboro and Georgia Southern were continuing to grow like crazy. The population of Bulloch County exceeded 60,000 while enrollment at Georgia Southern had jumped to 16,646 by fall 2005. On the gridiron, Georgia Southern football was on top of the I-AA world following the 2000 national championship five years earlier. But, by the mid-2000s, things had changed. Paul Johnson accepted the head coaching job at Navy after the 2001 season — one in which Southern lost to hated rival Furman at home in the national semi-finals. By 2002, PJ was gone, Adrian Peterson had graduated and offensive coordinator Mike Sewak

was at the helm. Sewak’s tenure as head coach lasted just four years (2002–2005), but he won ballgames. Unfortunately for him, a career regular season record of 33-11 — an average of over eight wins per year — wasn’t enough for him to keep Brown his job. Lacking postseason success (2-3 playoff record) and pissing off legendary head coach Erk Russell is not a good combination for keeping your job as head coach at Georgia Southern. Sewak controversially fired defensive coordinator Rusty Russell — son of Erk — following the 2003 season, which ended without a postseason appearance. Erk was understandably hurt that his son was let go, but the way it was handled was what really set him off. In the public statement announcing Russell’s termination, Sewak claimed

he had Erk’s blessing to let Rusty go. But Erk said they never discussed anything prior to the firing and penned a very open, very angry public statement directed toward Sewak and the Georgia Southern program to tell his side of the story. Sewak had success over the next two seasons, but lost in the first round of the playoffs in both 2004 and 2005, and was fired after the 2005 firstround playoff loss at Texas State. But the bumpy ride was just starting for Georgia Southern football. Brian Van Gorder, a name not many people like to bring up around these parts, took over as head coach after the 2005 season. And one of the few good things he did during his year in Statesboro was to bring Erk back to the program he built. Erk Russell spoke to the Georgia Southern football team following practice on the Thursday before the 2006 season opener. He died the

next morning. Tragedy had already struck once that offseason: Well-liked and super-talented senior wide receiver Teddy Craft had been killed in a motorcycle accident, just two months prior to Erk’s passing. During times of such heartbreak, football is pretty insignificant. But because football was what brought Erk, Teddy and the entire Georgia Southern family together, Eagle Nation turned to football for healing. Hopes were high for 2006 on the field — a new head coach with NFL and major college experience was now in charge. Surely, Georgia Southern was back on the way up. Right? Wrong. The Eagles lost their opener to Central Connecticut State ("Who?!" Exactly.) and went on to a 3-8 record in what was the darkest year in the history of Georgia Southern football. Georgia Southern had hit rock bottom. Aren’t you glad the story doesn’t end there?w

In this file photo from 2010, a Georgia Southern Eagle football player hugs the bust of Erk Russell, the dearly loved and dearly missed founder of Eagle football and first head coach of the team. SCOTT BRYANT/ file


13

65. DEA officers 66. 7th Greek letter 67. States of repose 68. Related on the mother’s side 69. Cub Scout group CLUES DOWN 1. Medieval fiddle 2. W. Bolivian city 3. Relating to a metal 4. Sires 5. Macao monetary units 6. Roman household god 7. Sun up in New York 8. 1st Indian P.M. 9. Frighten 10. Keepsakes 11. Admirer 12. Handgun (slang) 13. J. G. Low’s organization 19. Constitution Hall org. 21. Presently 24. Smallest speech sound 25. In-between meal 26. Heroic tales

28. Healing wound cover 30. Paper bags 31. Threefold 33. River in France 34. And in Latin 35. Cup used to serve espresso 39. One thousandth of an ampere 40. Deprived of parents 44. E. Asian housemaid 46. Mac, gala and pippin 47. Mother or father 51. Dressing gowns 52. Swiss river 53. Banteng 55. Speak 56. MN 55122 58. Religious faction 59. Auto 60. Supplement with difficulty 61. Browning of the skin 62. Militant Irish organization

ANSWERS ON PAGE 16

sudoku It’s Good for Your Eyes! Find puzzle answers in Classifieds

HERBAL WONDERS

ANISE BUCHU CALENDULA CATNIP CHAMOMILE CINQUEFOIL

COLUMBINE COMFREY ECHINACEA ELDERFLOWER FENNEL FEVERFEW

FOXGLOVE GINGER GINSENG GOLDENROD HOPS JASMINE

LADY’S MANTLE LAVENDER LOVAGE NETTLE PASSIONFLOWER PENNYROYAL

PEPPERMINT POPPY PRIMROSE ROSE HIP ROSEMARY SAGE

SORREL ST. JOHN’S WORT VALERIAN VERVAIN WINTERGREEN YARROW

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

CLUES ACROSS 1. Fixed hardware memory 4. Ancient Greek physician 9. US coach Amos Alonzo 14. Before 15. Hedge 16. Musical endings 17. Contrary to 18. 39th state 20. In a way, takes away 22. More uncommon 23. Hue or shade 24. Having no moral failing 27. Mauna __, Hawaiian volcano 28. Initials of ALS physicist 29. Soluble ribonucleic acid 30. Smallest American sandpiper 32. Wrote a computer program 36. Silver 37. A continuous portion of a circle 38. To send forth 40. Wood sorrel 41. Curie 42. Curved sword 43. Harmon, Wahlberg & Antony 45. Break stone 48. Doc 49. A small demon 50. Split up 54. Sierra lake 57. Micronesian sailboats 58. North African desert 59. Famous persons 63. A worn out horse 64. One seeded fruit (alt. sp.)


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

14

Announcements For Your Information Josiah Williams Family Reunion Sunday July 12, 2015 at 12pm Lower Lotts Creek Primitive Baptist Church For more info call 912-687-0598

SEE LEGAL NOTICES

for other counties online

www.georgiapublicnotices.com

Items for Sale Produce

Fresh Produce

Shelled butter beans, peas, (8lb bags), peaches, green peanuts, squash, tomatoes. Mostly local and Georgia grown. Open 9-7 6 day a week. L&D Produce 231 East Main St. Statesboro. 912-764-6512. “I found awesome used video games in the Classifieds.”

Professional

Interior Painting, Handyman & Yard Maintenance 5 years experience Free Estimates Guaranteed Satisfaction “Bring Color to your home”

912-536-8212

JACOBS’ PRODUCE READY NOW! Blueberries, Watermelons zucchini, shelled butterbeans, jalapenos peppers, onions, tomatoes. 12½/ miles, Lakeview Rd to Ga Hwy 17. Take left. Located 1/mile on left. 912-863-7522 See us on face book!

Strickland Farms PICK YOUR OWN! Heat ripening squash, cucumbers, peas, cantaloupe fast! NEED HELP KEEPING PICKED Get your Silver Queen Corn while your here !!! Tomato field opens Monday 6/22 912-682-6299 General Merchandise

10 Dual marble vanity

White/Gray sinks $20/each or $150 takes all. 912-823-3537 or 912-663-6237. There’s something for everyone in Classifieds

489•9455

If You Like Bargains Classifieds are Terrific, Be a regular reader and get in on the savings.*

Best prices and service in the ‘Boro Call 912-541-2809

Cypress natural, red, black & brown colored Mulch. Selling by cubic yard. Bulk, River rock, sand, potting soil and aggregates. Deliver. 912-601-7073 22204 Hwy 80 E Statesboro,30461 www.mysouthernservices.com

Electric knitting machine

for sale. This machine makes sweaters, gloves, scarves, hats. Never used. all accessories included. Great condition. $100 obo. 912-764-3574.

Get in Shape Bow Flex, great condition. Needs to be put together. $250. Weight bench $190.00, Boxing set with stand $200 912-823-3537.

REMEMBER: To check with The Bulloch County Animal Shelter, 301 North. If you have lost a pet. 764–4529.*


Miniature Dachshund Full Blooded

shots and wormed. Call 912-858-4884 or 912-667-7787

HAY FOR SALE

WINTER SPECIAL Large round rolls 1100-1500lbs. $65.00(per roll)**Special 20 or more rolls $50.00( per roll) Available for pickup on weekends only. Dpierce56@comcast.net 912-925-9796 912-659-9726

Simply Southern Kennel

has Yorkies, tiny Chihuahua’s, Shihtzus Poodles, miniature Dachshunds, and other breeds available www.simplysouthernkennel.com

Pets & Animals

COMPUTER REPAIR/VIRUS REMOVAL

Pets

Call 912-536-2726

Services Computer Services

AKC Black Lab Puppies

Males, dad & both granddads National Champions. 912-536-0242

Don’t Breed or Buy While Homeless Pets Die Think Adoption First!

This Months Special Full Tune Up! $75

912-618-8104

Miscellaneous Services

Alterations

Need sewing or alterations? Specializing Wedding, Prom and Pageant dresses, as well as everyday wear. Call me, 912-489-0937

Spay and Neuter!

Jobs

Adopt@countyshelter 912-764-4529, www.petfinder.com,

Employment Wanted

www.statesborohumane.org

@912-681-9393 Low-cost spay/neuter, free transport: SNAC 843-645-2500 www.hhhumane.org

The Statesboro Herald has If you need any work done in Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, an immediate opening for framing, flooring or painting. an Assistant District Sales Manager. This is an entry Call Leroy White. 541-1260.* level position; responsible for DRIVER’S: Quality Home time! Earn ensuring excellent newspaper over $1250+ per wk. + Monthly delivery service to our 7000 Bonuses! Excellent Benefits. customers in Bulloch and No-Touch! CDL-A 1yr. exp. surrounding counties and 855-454-0392 supervision of our contract carriers. Must have good communication skills, good organizational skills, be able to handle delivery challenges on short notice and have the maturity and personality to Employment provide exceptional customer opportunities service. Supervisory experience for medical assistant and and or Circulation experience is receptionist. Computer pro- preferred but not required. ficiency is required. Part Applicant must have reliable and valid time and full time available. transportation Email resumes to states- GA driver’s license, liability insurance and good driving borojob@gmail.com history. Good geographical knowledge of Bulloch and Georgia Southern University surrounding counties and basic Continuing Education is now computer skills are necessary. hiring two Regular, LimitedThis is haft time (30 hours Term Instructors to work with per week) position with an the English Language Program. insurance benefit package available. For more information Position will require work visit http://academics. on most weekends, holidays georgiasouthern.edu/elp/ and early mornings. Apply in careers/. person at our office, located at IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING One Proctor St. in Statesboro, during normal business hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. Resumes may be mailed Attn: Circulation Manager, Statesboro Herald, We are accepting applicaP.O. Box 888, Statesboro, tions for a creative person Georgia, 30459 or email to well versed in InDesign, delliott@statesboroherald.com Photoshop and Illustrator Interviews selected on the to join our design team. basis of information provided. Work with ad execs design- No phone calls, please.

GRAPHIC DESIGN

Windows 10 preparation included free Parts for less! I will come to you!!

s . s 0

Carpenter Specialist

Weekend Assistant Delivery Manager

Do you need a Clean home!

Call Judy: Reasonable rates, 20 years experience. Dependable, mature and reliable. . References available. Call 912-334-2423.

ing ad programs for customers using our print and online products. Send resume to Statesboro Publishing, One Proctor Street, Statesboro, GA 30458 or email jmelton@ statesboroherald.com Subsidiary of Morris Multimedia.

WHAT’S YOUR PLEASURE The Statesboro Herald has something for everyone. From local news to world news, sports to business, you’ll find in-depth coverage of the topics that matter most to you. To order home delivery, call:

912•489•9460

connectstatesboro.com

15 Commissioned Mortgage Loan Originator AgSouth Mortgages, a division of AgSouth Farm Credit, ACA, is seeking applicants for a Commissioned Mortgage Loan Originator position in the Statesboro, GA office. Successful candidate will represent AgSouth as an originator of home loans. Duties include marketing new clients, origination, documentation, analysis, disclosure, and interaction with borrowers. Experience in mortgage loan origination is desired. A degree in Finance, Economics, or Management is preferred but not required. Commission compensation plan with Health Benefit and 401(k) options. AA/EOE. Visit www. agsouthfc.com and click on “Careers” at the top of the page to submit your application.

PH Nurse Specialist – Linkage Coordinator

Position location negotiable within Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jeff Davis, Tattnall, Toombs, Wayne Counties PH Nurse Coordinator – Wellness Position location negotiable within Statesboro, GA or Douglas, GA Competitive Salary - Great Benefit Package No Weekends – No Nights – Holidays Off See our website at www.sehdph.org/jobs2.htm EOE

Nurse Manager

for Agency RN- FT/PT and PRN & Health Service Tech’s for John’s Place Crisis Unit Bulloch LPN – Bulloch, Appling, Toombs Licensed Staff across 8 counties Master’s Level across 8 counties Site Manager - Toombs and Wayne Counseling, Toombs & Tattnall Day Substance Abuse Director Substance Abuse Counselors SST 1 and SST 2 SST 3 Community Housing Manager Houseparent’s and Houseparent Supervisors Human Resources Manager Executive Secretary Psychiatrist – FT/PT and PRN Submit applications to: Human Resources P. O. Box 745 Statesboro, Ga. 30459 Fax to 912-764-3252 Or EMAIL: gcharles@pinelandcsb.org

Painters/Painter Helpers

needed. Call 912-852-2265.

Pharmacy Tech

certified Pharmacy Tech needed at local pharmacy. Must be able to work both mornings and afternoons. Send resume to: G:612 c/o Statesboro Herald P.O. Box 888 Statesboro, GA 30459

Connect Statesboro 07.15.15 www.connectstatesboro.com

July “Dollar” Sale:  pants, jeans, shorts, shirts, and much more.  Worn Threads @ Outreach Center, 515 Denmark. M/W/F (10-2), Tue (10-12), Thu (2-4).  912-489-5204 

Help Wanted


Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

16 Regular, LimitedTerm Assistant Professor

Department of Community Health Behavior and Education Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health Georgia Southern University See http://jphcoph.georgiasouthern.edu/about/ employment/ for information Georgia Southern is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ Disability/Veteran Employer

Retail Advertising Director

Real Estate

Roommate Wanted

Homes For Sale

Copper Beech 4 bedroom 2 bathroom furnished apartment shared with 3 other guys. Pool, lounge, tanning booth. Deposit paid. Lease July 2015-July 2016. Alex (404)-578-3192

Automotive

For Sale by owners

2950 SQ.FT.

4 bedrooms 2.5 baths in swim tennis community of Glen Oaks. Formal dining, bonus room, sunroom, granite counter tops. 269,900 call 912-687-4716.

The right candidate must possess a strong desire to be successful, be an exceptional leader. The Retail Ad Director must be an exceptional sales trainer and mentor, creative-thinker, and have strong communication skills. This position is for a “hands-on” leader who is highly visible in the market and very involved with the staff. Potential for advancement in this position. Full benefit package included. Qualified and interested candidates should email:

mgriffin@morrismultimedia.com.

All inquiries will be kept confidential. EOE

1988 Rolls Royce

For Rent

For Sale by Owner Reduced Price.

Retail Advertising Director — Regional Media Company Regional Media Company in southeast Georgia is looking for a Retail Advertising Director for its print/web cluster of publications and websites, and digital services.

937-625 Old Hardy Place Rd. Statesboro. Situated on 88 acres. 2-houses with barn and utility buildings. Fish ponds $625K. 770-354-0184

This Apartment is for you! Statesboro

Cars/Trucks/Vans

$149,500 Three bedroom/2bath home. renovated, 2150 heated sq.ft.w/, Large front porch, large screened porch/grilling deck, 2 car garage. 1.5 acre. 912-852-2147, 912-531-6348.

4 New tires, $7000 break alignment, New paint, Tinted windows. $24,000 obo. Can be seen by appointment. 310 Pinewood Dr. Call Tal Callaway at 912-682-5260.

Large one bedroom, full size apt. All inclusive. 223 Lanier Dr. Call now 912-681-3291

Country Living

10 miles from town, Hwy 25 North,. 5 acres, 2500sqft 4bedroom, 3 bath brick home. Large animals allowed. $1150/month + deposit. 912-536-6917.

NEW !! Spacious Duplex Statesboro Now Leasing for Fall Cypress Crossing. 3 bedroom, 2 & 3 bath. 912-536-3870 .

College Walk Apartments

Great Rentals New Owners Now Leasing for FALL!!! All-inclusive apartments! 3 bedroom, 3 bath home, Best Rates! 1,2,3&4 bedrooms! Coley Boyd Rd. 3 bedroom Includes: Electricity, Water, 3 bathe at the Hammocks. Cable, and New High-Speed Available July 15. Internet. Starting at $495. Call 912-536-1090 (912)681-2437

Quiet Living

1 bedroom unfurnished or Studio Furnished Conveniently located near Statesboro Mall . Visit or call Mill Run 912-489-8402

Wise Choice Realty 2 bed/1 bath starting at $695 3 bed/2 bath starting at $850 912- 681-9473 Statesboro, GA www.wisechoicerentals.georgiamls.com

Commercial Property for Rent

RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE

7,580 sq.ft. 107 A. East Parrish Street, formerly Refuge Thrift Store. $1500/ month. 912-690-0494

Looks & runs Great, well maintained, loaded w/ options, subwoofer stereo w/Interior LED lights, 2nd/ set rims, brush guard, tonneau cover, leather interior. First $4400 takes it. 912-618-0502

Motorcycles/ATVS

2007 Polairs 200 Phoenix

Pink and white 4 wheeler for adult, one owner. Great shape. Needs battery. $2800 obo. Call 912-486-5190. Serious inquires only.


17

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com


GSU

EAGLE NATION

GSU

Eugenia Last

EAGLE NATION

.com

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

18

NEWS • CONTESTS • TRIVIA • POLLS • SCHEDULES

YOUR FAN SITE FOR GEORGIA SOUTHERN FOOTBALL & ALL EAGLE SPORTS

For more information contact Stephanie Childs 912.531.0786

CANCER (June 21– July 22) — You will have disagreements with friends or colleagues if you aren't careful, leading to ongoing problems. Your time will be much better spent doing something you enjoy alone. LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) — Someone will try to get you to do their dirty work for them. Don't pass along comments that could wound or intimidate others. Only say what you truly mean. VIRGO (Aug. 23– Sept. 22) — Stimulating ideas will spur projects that could help you in your professional career. Your progressive attitude will catch the eye of superiors. LIBRA (Sept. 23– Oct. 23) — An older individual will try your patience. For best results, you should be accommodating without being a pushover. A troubled friend will come to you for advice. Listen to him or her, but don't meddle. SCORPIO (Oct. 24– Nov. 22) — By getting back to your roots, you will gain perspective on where you are and where you are headed. Enlist the aid of relatives to help trace your family history. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 – Dec. 21) — You will be asked to mediate an argument. Stick to the facts in order to avoid inflaming tempers and being blamed for interfering. Opt

to go about your own business. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22– Jan. 19) — Before you consider a course of action, decide if it will be beneficial to you. Doing something because it is expected or because others are doing it would not be wise. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20– Feb. 19) — You should be assertive if someone tries to make you do something against your will or beliefs. Make it clear that you are capable of forming your own decisions. Put your needs first. PISCES (Feb. 20– March 20) — You will have a chance to pursue something that you find quite interesting or intriguing. A younger family member will need your help and guidance to make a good decision. ARIES (March 21– April 19) — Be careful when playing sports or participating in a physical endeavor. You risk injury if you take on too much. If you need help, ask those with experience and strength. TAURUS (April 20– May 20) — Carrying a grudge or romanticizing a failed love affair will keep you from moving forward. Optimism and a confident attitude are the first steps. GEMINI (May 21– June 20) — Show others your true colors. Be honest about your cares and concerns, and don't be afraid to put yourself on the line.w

Holli Deal Saxon IT'S KIND OF A FUNNY STORY — Sheriff’s deputies contacted a man walking on Hwy. 80 East who said his car had been stolen. He said he was out talking to some women, leaving his car running, when he “saw his car go by.” He caught a ride with a man his brother went to school with, who left him at the scene when they found the car wrecked. The man said he got his belongings out of the car and slept in a “yard with a porch full of cats,” thinking he was in Bluffton, South Carolina. He said he didn’t report the car stolen in Savannah because “I’m from the streets

and we don’t do that.” Georgia State Patrol authorities said a suspect was seen fleeing from the scene of the wreck. The complainant’s shoes was covered in mud, and he told deputies the man with whom he rode to the wreck left him at the car. THEY’RE LEGAL NOW — A Campus Evolution Village man told police someone threw fireworks at his car, causing no damage. Also, a man living on Mud Road in Brooklet called deputies to complain of a neighbor shooting off fireworks, but deputies explained they are legal in Georgia now and the neighbor was breaking no laws.w


19

Voted Best of Savannah 11 Years in a Row

5 1 0 2 r e m m u S

Military Discounts & Student Discounts

Check out our Statesboro Store (across from the fair grounds)

17067 Hwy 67 Statesboro 912-681-7766

• Corsets • Hosiery • Shoes • Hookahs

• Club Wear • Lingerie • Novelties • Supplements

Mon - Wed: 10am-10pm • Thurs: 10am-12am • Fri - Sat: 10am-1am • Sun: 12pm-8pm

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

ARE YOU READY?


Appetizers . Burgers Chicken Tenders Boneless Wings Sandwiches . Wraps Salads . Desserts . Drinks

Bites

Deluxe Burger

6

$ 95

Connect Statesboro 07.15.2015 www.connectstatesboro.com

20

(912) 623-2030 1212 Brampton Ave Statesboro, GA 30458

CASUAL DINING

BoroBitesonBrampton

Connect Statesboro July 15th - 28th  

Connect Statesboro July 15th - 28th

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you