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East Georgia State College is about to close submissions for its fifth annual regional playwriting competition, "Exit Stage Right." Thursday, Nov. 12, will be the final day for competitors to submit their works to EGSC humanities professor Sebastian Verdis. "Exit Stage Right" accepts entries from all over Georgia in a one-act play competition. Participants may submit manuscripts (no longer than 15 pages) until noon, Nov. 20, for the opportunity to win up to $100 for the firstplace prize. The second-place winner

will take home $75 and $50 will go to the third-place winner. The top three winners will also have their plays produced as part of the spring 2015 Reader's Theatre Production "Works in Progress," and annual workshop for developing plays. Playwrights can pick up contest applications and packets at the front desk of EGSC or at For more information, call (478) 289-2002. You can also email Norma Kennedy at or Caroline McMillan at

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Anonymity is not a right, but a privelege By now the combined forces address and trace the post back of Yik Yak, Facebook and Tumblr to its source: the culprit and his have all acquainted us with the "homies." big local story of the weekend: Here we get into the murky Statesboro’s resident chalk artist, waters of privacy rights, but Daniel Wair, has officially quit his the point is this: the moment post thanks to a couple of idiots someone begins abusing their who made him a target to mug. right to Internet anonymity, they The full account of the straw should lose the right to have it. If Brittani Howell that broke the camel’s back can they are going to use a privelege be found on Wair’s Tumblr to glorify a crime or put down account, but here’s the tl;dr version: another person, they should be tracked on Thursday evening (Nov. 13), a down and held accountable. young man snatched Wair’s tip hat off A story broke today about the the sidewalk as Wair chalked outside hacker group Anonymous tacking Retrievers. It was the second run-by over the Twitter accounts of Ku Klux snatch-and-grab theft Wair had endured Klan members, robbing them of their this semester. Later Wair saw a post pop anonymity in retaliation to the group's up on Yik Yak that read “What happened threats against Ferguson protesters. This to chalk guy?” And someone had replied, isn't the same issue — at all — but you “Me and my homies robbed that hobo could draw some parallels. In both cases, b****.” anonymity is being used to put down, in Anonymity on the Internet has this some way, an individual or group. In one really nasty dark side, in that people can case, when the privelege of anonymity use it be cruel and nasty without ever gets abused too much, it gets taken away. having to suffer from the consequences. In both cases, it definitely should be. But this is worse: when someone in our community can use social media to Brittani Howell is the editor of anonymously brag about committing Connect Statesboro. She's not a coward a crime to someone else in our comwho believes in using the Internet to hide, munity. It’s despicable and cowardly. so if you'd like to get in touch with her, Wair expressed in his Tumblr post send a message to bhowell@connectthat he didn’t believe he’d ever see his!w tip hat or its contents For several again. Being a misdeyears, meanor, it’s not likely Statesboro's that the police are resident chalk going to put priority artist Daniel on a case like this, Wair has been particularly when the shooter from last week chalking the is still at large. And town with cregiven that Yik Yak gets ations like this its appeal from the one. user's guaranteed anoUnfortunately, nymity, betraying that thanks to anonymity is not somesome delinthing that the creators quint idiots, of Yik Yak are going to we won't be want to do for a minor seeing these crime. anymore. But I think they should. They could feaSPECIAL TO sibly find the user's IP CONNECT



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


Averitt Center for the Arts ­— Annual Statesboro Regional Arts Association Juried Exhibition, 10 a.m.–7 p.m. GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m.


Averitt Center for the Arts ­— Annual Statesboro Regional Arts Association Juried Exhibition, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.

Statesboro Regional Library — Chess Time, 3–6 p.m. GSU Russell Union Theatre — Prince Among Slaves: The Cultural Legacy of Enslaved Africans, film screening by the GSU Arabic Club, 6 p.m. Fuzzy's Taco Shop — Cornhole, 7 p.m.

Statesboro Regional Library — Needle Craft Group, 4–7 p.m. Three Tree Roasting Room — Free Coffee 4 Free People, hosted by Three Tree Coffee, 7– 9 p.m. GSU Foy Building — Opera scenes with the GSU music department, 7:30 p.m.

GSU Center for Art and Theatre — The Government Inspector, 7:30–9:30 p.m. GSU Carol A. Carter Recital Hall — GSU music department percussion ensemble concert Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m.


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

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Averitt Center for the Arts ­— Annual Statesboro Regional Arts Association Juried Exhibition, 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — piano., 6:30 p.m. Averitt Center for the Arts — Christmas Around the World, 7–9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Back City Woods, 10 p.m. Millhouse — Daniel Navarro, 9:30 p.m.

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Bulloch County Courthouse — Statesboro's 7th Annual Turkey Trot, 8 a.m.–noon Downtown Statesboro (South Main Street, adjacent to Farmer's Market) — BIG Maker Day, 9 a.m.–2p.m., featuring live music, entrepre-


Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market, 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Averitt Center for the Arts ­— Annual Statesboro Regional Arts Association Juried Exhibition, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Splash in the Boro — Family Fun Swim, 10 a.m.–noon Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Chase Thomas, 6 p.m. Averitt Center for the Arts — Christmas Around the World, 7–9 p.m. Millhouse — Chase Thomas, 9:30 p.m.

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Averitt Center for the Arts — Christmas Around the World, 2–4 p.m. Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee

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Averitt Center for the Arts ­— Annual Statesboro Regional Arts Association Juried Exhibition, 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m. El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m. Retrievers — Bingo, 9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Averitt Center for the Arts ­— Annual Statesboro Regional Arts Association Juried Exhibition, 10 a.m.–7 p.m. Fair Road Park (behind the Honey Bowen Building) — Market in the Park, 5– 7:30 p.m. Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — Shopping by Lantern Light, 6–8 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. Retrievers — Trivia, 6 p.m.; beer pong tourney, 9 p.m.

Fuzzy's Taco Shop — Trivia, 8 p.m.

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

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Why we got spanked by Navy That’s what you call taking one on the chin. It’s been a while since Georgia Southern has gotten a tail-kicking like that. To say the Eagles had a bad day at the office would be a huge understatement. Plain and simple, Navy just kicked our Alex teeth in. But we like to try to stay positive around here, so let’s look a little deeper and try to see exactly what in the world happened in Saturday’s 52-19 loss in Annapolis. First of all, if you look at the game stats, nearly every major offensive category is pretty even. Navy had 465 total yards of offense. Georgia Southern had 448. The Midshipmen had a 394-375 advantage in rushing yardage — both teams’ bread and butter. Time of possession was almost dead even; Southern only had one more punt, and Navy had just four more first downs. But look a little closer and you can see exactly where things went wrong for the Eagles. Georgia Southern turned the ball over three times. Navy had no turnovers. The Eagles had seven penalties for 65 yards. Navy had zero penalties. Southern scored just once in three trips to the red zone. Navy was 5-5 in the red zone. The Eagles missed their only field goal attempt, missed an extra

point and had a failed twopoint conversion attempt. Navy made its only field goal attempt and was a perfect 7-7 on extra points. Navy is very well-coached and very disciplined as you would expect, but the Midshipmen played a nearly Brown flawless game. Navy was coming off a bye week and had a blueprint of how Georgia Southern would defend the option after the Eagles played Georgia Tech earlier in the season. The Midshipmen were also playing their final home game of the year, so it was senior day and their backs were against the wall as they are scrambling to get to six wins to become bowl-eligible. I’m not trying to make excuses for Georgia Southern. The Eagles allowed Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds to gain 277 yards and six touchdowns on 30 carries. He was also 5-8 passing with 71 yards and a touchdown. It almost looked like Southern had never seen the option before and there’s no excuse for that. But give Navy credit. They had emotion, rest and time to prepare all on their side, and then executed to near perfection — it’s hard to beat any team when those factors all line up. Tattler Game Ball: Once again Matt Breida was one of the very few


Georgia Southern quarterback Kevin Ellison, left, is tackled by Navy linebacker Obi Uzoma in the first half of the game that took place Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014, in Annapolis, Maryland. bright spots in an otherwise rough day for Georgia Southern. Breida carried the ball 17 times and had 211 yards and two touchdowns. What season he is having. With one game left to play, he has 1,434 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns. Speaking of that one game left, Georgia Southern has to regroup and be ready for UL-Monroe next Saturday night. The Eagles get a bye this weekend and will face the Warhawks for at least a share of the Sun Belt Conference championship. You will want to get back from Thanksgiving break a little early — that’s a huge game at Our House. We’ll preview that matchup next week. Georgia Southern basketball

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Introducing: the mother of all Halo games One of the most anticipated video games ever, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a remastered compilation of all the games from the Halo series. The original Tim games were developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft Studios, but this new game is developed by 343 Industries. The game includes Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4 and their multiplayer modes, complete with their full sets of add-on content. All four games have graphical upgrades and Halo 2 has received a high definition overhaul

along with fully redone cutscenes by Blur Studio using pre-rendered CGI. The games have no changes to the gameplay or original story. Each game runs at 60 frames Webb per second and all but the Halo 2 remake are a native resolution of 1080p. Gamers who purchase the game will also have access to the Halo 5: Guardians multiplayer beta. As an added bonus, 343 Studios also included access to Halo Nightfall, a series of weekly, episodic digital videos directed by Sergio MimicaGezzen and produced by Ridley Scott designed to lead up to the release of

has been marred by crashes, long the Halo 5 beta and connect the series matchmaking times, uneven teams, to the upcoming game. random gametype modes and more. Every mission from each game is available right from the start and For now, gamers are at the mercy players are able to jump of update after into their favorite or update as Microsoft REVIEW start from the beginning has been working and relive the magic that 'Halo: The Master around the clock has made Halo one of to fix the issues, Chief Collection' the most popular video but it has definitely games to date. left a nasty taste Although some of with gamers as the Developer: 343 Studios the games are very multiplayer is the Publisher: Microsoft Studios dated, they hold up strongest feature Platform: Xbox One well to today’s stanfor the Halo series. dards of a first-person When it shooter. Since all these games were works as it is intended to, however, 5-star caliber games when they were Halo: The Master Chief Collection is released and the gameplay hasn't one of the most important gaming been changed, they still hold the releases this year. I love having the appeal and luster from the past. ability to play all of my classics The remastered visuals and sounds on the Xbox One as I've given up makes it easy to play the series today playing on my Xbox 360. Not only without having to look at ten-yearam I able to play all my classics on old-plus graphics. one disc, but they've all been given audio and visual upgrades as well. Although the game has been overhauled with stunning graphics and For now all we can do is wait for audio, it tragically suffered on release Microsoft to fix the server issues, and still does on the multiplayer side and hopefully we can all enjoy oldof things. The online functionality school Halo frag fest.w

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Ready the catapults: BIG Maker Day 2014 Dear creators, inventors, mad scientists and aspiring business owners of Statesboro: Get excited. This Saturday, City Campus and the Georgia Southern Business Innovation Group (BIG) will be hosting an event tailored just for you. As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week (Nov. 17–22), the group will be hosting its inaugural BIG Maker Day: a showcase of successful entrepreneurial endeavors from the Southeast, culminating in a catapult-building competition. As the name might suggest, Global Entrepreneurship Week encourages a worldwide spirit of hands-on, do-ityourself initiative to inspire creators to make their ideas reality. As part of GEW, cities host “Maker Fairs” as opportunities for local entrepreneurs to showcase their work, network with other innovators and potential clients, and embrace the “Maker Movement” with like-minded peers. These Maker Fairs typically happen in large urban centers with a thriving creative class, although smaller communities are starting to embrace the movement as well — and City Campus is determined to get Statesboro into the spirit. According to Suzanne Hallman, business advisor and creative brain at

City Campus, one of the organization’s goals with the Maker Day is to help the community understand City Campus’s goals for Statesboro’s economic sphere. Those goals include helping budding entrepreneurs get on their feet with business workshops and advising, encouraging creative economic approaches and providing a space where tinkers, hobbyists or serious innovators can build and test their ideas (which will eventually materialize in the Fab Lab, City Campus’ pending creation space). As Hallman said, the group wants to help “drive the work force and put Statesboro on the map for some cool businesses” The week will kick off Nov. 18 at the city council meeting, in which Mayor Jan Moore will sign an official proclamation declaring Statesboro’s official participation in Global Entrepreneurship Week. Wednesday (Nov. 19) will be packed with lectures to satisfy the essential FAQs for any budding entrepreneur, covering the subjects of business law, good accounting practices, leadership and networking, to be followed by a networking event at Eagle Creek Brewery. Thursday will see the return of Marshall Tuck from Gulfstream Aerospace with his ProBid

maker day info WHAT? Cornhole catapult competition WHEN? Saturday, Nov. 22. Registration starts at 9 a.m.; competition ends at 2 p.m. WHERE? South Main Street, adjacent to the Saturday Farmer's Market HOW? The Maven Makers, an entrepreneurial group out of Savannah,

will provide tools, materials and a workshop for competitors to build a small catapult to launch a 1-lb. cornhole bag. HOW MUCH? $75 per team of 2-4 people PRIZES? Yes! Winners take home a set of custom-made cornhole boards, and all teams get to keep their catapults.

Procurement Series, and the week will culminate in Saturday’s Maker Day and cornhole catapult competition, combining engineering with Georgia Southern’s unofficial tailgate sport. The Maker Day will include showcases by Technical Training Aids, a manufacturer of 3D printers out of Atlanta; and Francis Okechukwu, a graduate student at Georgia Southern, who will give a demonstration of his latest engineering-learning game geared toward children. Kids will have the opportunity to tinker with a project provided by Lowes’ Build and Grow workshop. The day will also feature live music provided by the students of the School of Rock program at Pladd Dott, one of Statesboro’s own examples of entrepreneurial success. As for the competition, the Maven Makers out of Savannah will provide a workshop, tools and materials for teams of 2–4 people to build small catapults and launch cornhole bags. After registration at 9 a.m., teams will have 2-3 hours to put together a catapult, followed by a brief time to test their creations and then the competition proper. The catapults will be judged on accuracy and the distance of the launch, and the winner will take home a set of custom-made cornhole boards. But no one will go home empty-handed; all competitors get to keep their catapults. Teams who wish to register for the cornhole competition should do so by Wednesday, Nov. 19, on the City Campus Facebook page. Registration per team is $75 and covers the cost of all necessary tools and materials. A full schedule of the week’s speakers and events can be found on the City Campus website, eagle-entrepreneur. com.w

schedule of events Tuesday, Nov. 18

5:15 p.m. — Mayor's proclamation for Global Entrepreneurship Week at the City Council Meeting

Wednesday, Nov. 19

8:30 a.m. — “Location is Not Everything,” Becky Brownlee, Business Consultant 9:45 a.m. — “Accounting Best Practices,” Dr. Britton McKay, Georgia Southern Associate Professor of Accounting 11 a.m. — “Legal Issues,” Mrs. Lainie Harris, Esq. Georgia Southern Business Law Instructor 4 p.m. — “Leadership Networking,” Ron Kirby, CEO Ron Kirby Leadership 5–6 p.m. — Networking at Eagle Creek Brewery, tour and tastings ($10 for tastings and a commemorative glass)

Thursday, Nov. 20

8:30 a.m. — ProBid: Procurement Opportunities with Gulfstream Aerospace. Marshall Tuck, Corporate Small Business Officer

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Shop local for unique gifts at Lantern market light and it's very romantic. A lot of people are coming with the sense to buy something special to take with them to their grandmother's house or prepare at home for their family. The culmination of the whole with Thanksgiving, it's a really cool thing to do every year," said Relinda Walker of Walker Farms and a veteran of the Shopping by Lantern Light event. Walker Farms is an organic family farm that has been participating in the Shopping by Lantern Light event since its inception seven years ago. After working together for so many years, bonds are created between the vendors for a family-like atmosphere. The lantern market acts as a farewell to the marketplace for the season. "It's the finale of the season for


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The Statesboro Main Street Farmer's Market is hosting the seventh annual Shopping by Lantern Light Tuesday, Nov. 25 in the Sea Island Bank parking lot. This event serves as a unique way for locals to purchase goods for their Thanksgiving dinner as well as finding gifts for the upcoming December holidays. Vendors arrange their tents and goods in an environment that escapes the usual Saturday market atmosphere. The rows of local produce and crafts are lit by various types of lanterns and sparkly lights creating a picturesque scene easy for all to enjoy. "It's a real holiday spirit, very festive. It's at night with lantern

us in Statesboro. It will be the last market until April," said Walker. Although next Saturday will be the last market of the season many of these vendors, including Walker Farms, have websites that allow customers to place orders throughout the year. Don't worry about having cash; cards can be swiped at the Farmer's Market booth and tokens are given to be used as money at each vendor, although few vendors will be able to take cash and cards directly. Over 30 local vendors are set to attend with many wares to choose from to help stray from the typical store-bought ingredients, including homemade gluten-free baked goods from Loaves of Love to organic homegrown herbs from The Herb Lady. There will also be a variety of handmade crafts that would serve as the perfect one-of-a-kind holiday gift. This event directly benefits the community by supporting local businesses and neighbors while customers receive quality products. Get

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Statesboro son to 'Party Down South' When it comes to partying, it doesn’t get any more real than with Bulloch County’s own Southern son, Michael Duke Jr. The 22-year-old volunteer firefighter and pest control technician is slated to appear on CMT’s “Party Down South 2” this season, with a premier episode running Thursday, Nov. 20. A viewing party is scheduled for that night at Statesboro’s Wild Wings Café. “Get there early,” Duke said. “The show starts at 9 p.m.” Being selected for the popular reality show was a bit surprising, because Duke (that’s what his friends call him) applied for the part as a lark, he said. “I was watching the show one night and thought ‘I can do this,’” he said. So, he applied online, and was shocked when he got a call to meet the casting crew on Tybee Island. Then a few weeks later, he was called back to fly to Los Angeles for a second interview. “I thought, there is no way

they are going to pick a guy from Statesboro,” he said. “It was a wild hair that turned into the chance of a lifetime.” The CMT “Party Down South 2” show is all about partying, Southern style. It’s about drinking, mud bogging, riding dirt roads, hunting and fishing, sports and just about anything a country girl or guy does every day for fun, he said. Those things are right up Duke’s alley, and he said he got the part as a cast member by just being himself. “They asked me what I like to do, what I am known for. Basically, I’m just a Bulloch County guy,” he said. “I like to hunt and fish, ride four wheelers, play in the mud, ride dirt roads, just hang out with the local boys and have a good time.” He took off to Biloxi, Mississippi, to join the other members of the crew. They worked together at a beach rental company, lived together, ate together and partied together for a month while camera crews filmed their every moment.

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J-Law: Privacy loss takes heavy toll NEW YORK — Jennifer Lawrence says she knew being a movie star would bring with it a certain loss of privacy. What she didn't know, she says, was the deep emotional and even physical toll it would take. "I knew the paparazzi were going to be a reality in my life," the 24-yearold Oscar winner said in an interview Saturday. "But I didn't know that I would feel anxiety every time I open

my front door, or that being chased by 10 men you don't know, or being surrounded, feels invasive and makes me feel scared and gets my adrenaline going every day." Lawrence was recently in the news when private nude photos of her and other celebrities were hacked, then posted online. She took the forceful position then that the hacking was not a scandal but "a sex crime."

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“I was nervous at first, but you get used to the cameras,” he said. “Sometimes we stayed home, sometimes we went out.” Biloxi citizens

invited the crew to party with them, and the crew formed friendships based on similarities and the time spent together. “You can’t help but

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The actress spoke to the AP As an example, she described Saturday while promoting "The checking into a hotel and Hunger Games: Mockingjay: opening the window to discover Part 1," the third installment of "a team of paparazzi outside that the blockbuster franchise that are shooting up into my hotel catapulted her to stardom. room. And we can't ask them to "You can say, 'This (invasion move because they're on public of privacy) is part of my job and Jennifer property. And they can photothis is going to be a reality of my Lawrence graph me because I'm a public life,'" Lawrence said, "but what person or can chase me because you don't expect is how your body and I'm a public person." how your emotions are going to react "If these laws are going to be in to it." place to protect the press and to And yet, she added with her typical protect the paparazzi and to protect candor, the general public isn't very the news," she said, "then new measympathetic to such celebrity comsures need to be made, because this plaints: "Nobody wants to help us is an entirely new phenomenon. This because it seems like, you know, 'Shut didn't exist 200 years ago. up, millionaires!'" "And my belief, and it's something Sitting alongside her co-stars Josh I am going to work very hard on Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth, changing and I hope it changes before Lawrence told the AP that although she I die, is to make it illegal to buy, post or adores her job, "There are some things See PRIVACY, page 14 that I couldn't really prepare for."

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The cast of "Party Down South 2" spent their filming season in Biloxi, Mississippi, where — according to Duke — they formed real and lasting friendships in the midst of all the mud-bogging and hook-ups. of his social circle — he never passes up a party and is always there when his friends need advice or help with a problem,” she said. “When it comes to women, Duke does not want to be known as a ‘player.’ He’s a true

romantic and if he finds the right lady, he is going to treat her right.” Yes, ladies — Duke is single. Holli Deal Saxon may be reached at (912) 489-9414.w

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get to know each other,” he said. “Nobody else can relate to what we did. There are the inside jokes, the bonds — friendships that are formed for a lifetime.” The Southeast Bulloch High School graduate is the son of Michael Duke Sr. and Kim Duke. He has two brothers and a sister: Mitchell, 20; Marshall, 18 and Michaela, 12. He is a volunteer firefighter with the Bulloch County Fire Department Station Four in Nevils, and is a technician with Coastal Georgia Exterminating. Other than that, Duke is just a regular guy, he said. “I was able to be myself,” he said, adding that the reality show is not scripted. “What you see is what you get, and I took that to Biloxi.” The crew did what they wanted to do and Duke found out that partying Southern style isn’t just a Georgia thing. “In Mississippi they do what we do here,” he said. While there, he and other crew members were invited to go mud bogging, riding ATVs, and join in “good, down-toearth fun. The people opened up their homes to us — they are no dif-

ferent than we are.” Duke said he will never forget the experience. Would he do it again? Of course. “I have no regrets,” he said. It is a bit of an experience to suddenly find himself a celebrity, however. “Life is normal (after returning home from Biloxi), but they haven’t advertised the show until recently,” he said. But Duke isn’t the type of guy to let a little fame change him. He is still “Duke,” he said. Heather Allison, CMT spokesperson, touted the “Party Down South 2” series as a fun-filled show that offers a true-life view of Southern partying. “Marking the beginning of a franchise for the hit series, the onehour, 12-episode season follows this rowdy group of eight as they arrive in Biloxi, Mississippi ready to shotgun the summer. “Their time in Biloxi quickly proves to be filled with mud pits, hook-ups, hangovers and a whole lot of drama as they get to know each other, party together and form close-knit relationships that will last even after the final keg has been kicked,” she said in a statement released about the show. “Duke has always been the head

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The international festival may be over, but the Averitt Center for the Arts is still planning to bring the world to you in the Christmas Around the World concert production this weekend. The directors and instructors from the Averitt Center’s ballet, choral, strings and theater programs have created an original holiday production that will premier here in Statesboro this coming weekend and travel to Glennville, at that community’s invitation, in early December. “The program was designed to involve our performing arts students in a collaborative holiday program,” explained Tim Chapman, the Averitt Center’s executive director. Each youth performance program will be presenting holiday international holiday traditions in their performance discipline. Some of the countries represented include Norway, China, Russia, Italy, Germany, Taiwan and Ireland. Jurijs Safonovs, artistic director of the Statesboro Youth Ballet, uses his international background and recent cultural exchange with Taiwanese dancers to bring several newly choreographed works to the production. In fact, a dance in honor of the traditional Taiwanese fan dance uses authentic silk fans signed and given to him by the Taiwanese exchange students who spent time in Statesboro last year. “Being able to use their gift in a per-

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shop a photo that's been obtained illegally," she said. "I have photographers that jump my fence ... if somebody jumps my fence and takes a picture through my window of me naked, that's illegal, but the photos can still be everywhere (online) the next day, and that makes no sense!" Lawrence told Vanity Fair not long after the hacking episode, in which the photos were posted on various websites, that even those who looked at the photos online were perpetuating what she called the sex crime.

formance featuring the holiday traditions of other cultures is very special,” Safonovs said. “I’m taking what I learned during our exchange and passing that information on to my students. It’s a time-honored way of passing down tradition and culture — this is how dance has been taught for generations.” Jackie Gordon, head instructor in

the youth theatre program, said her students have enjoyed learning about traditions closer to home how most familiar Christmas traditions are based in folk tales and traditions of European countries and have since developed into something uniquely American. Her students will bring to life the story behind the tradition of Christmas tinsel. The youth chorale, under the artistic direction of Sarah Hancock, will bring present music from various countries in native languages. “One of the many benefits of learning classical vocal repertoire is learning to sing in other languages,” said Hancock. “Not only is this musically challenging and fun, but it introduces young children to thinking about children in other cultures, to be more globally aware.” The final number of the production is a re-interpretation of the familiar English carol "The Twelve Days of Christmas," with a new musical arrangement by Dr. Michael Braz. The carol will be sung by members of the Statesboro Youth Chorale, accompanied by members of the Statesboro Youth Strings and Dr. Braz. Meanwhile, members of the Statesboro Youth Ballet and Statesboro Youth Theatre programs will visually interpret the song. Don’t miss your chance to see one of the finest youth performances in Statesboro this holiday season!w

Calls for more policing of the Internet have clashed with concerns that such actions could mute its role as a megaphone for exposing abuses in government and elsewhere. A "safe harbor" clause in the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act absolves websites of legal liability for most content posted on their services. The law, known as the DMCA, requires websites and other Internet service providers to remove a piece of content believed to be infringing on a copyright after being notified of a violation by the copyright owner. Though some websites pulled the

naked photos of Lawrence and others, it didn't happen quickly enough to prevent people from making their own copies on personal devices. Lawrence's co-stars echoed her concerns. "They say, well, this is part of it, you should have known — but you can't know. You don't know how hard it is to lose your anonymity until it's gone," noted Hutcherson, 22, who plays Peeta Mellark to Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen. Added Hemsworth, 24, who plays Gale Hawthorne: "There's really no right reason for that (kind of thing) to be allowed."w

WHERE? Averitt Center for the Arts WHEN? Nov. 21–22, 7 p.m.; Nov. 23, 2 p.m. HOW MUCH? $10 for adults, $5 for youth under 12 TICKETS? To purchase, call the box office at (912) 212-2787 or order online at www.

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