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Habitat for Humanity will be lining the courthouse lawn with American flags to promote their Flag Program around Bulloch County, and will offer people the chance to register to support the Bulloch County chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Habitat will also be kicking off a fundraiser backing their Bulloch Builder campaign, which will provide affordable housing to families within our community. And if you need a little breather away from the putt-putt and the pooches, check out the art display on the courthouse lawn courtesy of artist George Snyder. The works will be featured on the courthouse lawn as part of his "Lyrical Geometry" exhibit featured in the Main Gallery of Averitt Center for the Arts. To cap off Green Grits, Eagle Creek Brewing Company will be holding a tasting from 6–9 p.m. Chyann Rose will be rocking the stage all night with an array of hit country and classic rock tunes. Head downtown Friday afternoon for a fun night had by all! And give those green grits a try. Seriously.w

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The March F1RST Friday celebration, "Green Grits," will take place on the courthouse lawn this Friday, March 6, 5:30–8 p.m. In a celebration that manages to combine St. Patrick's Day, environmental sustainability and a little Seussical flair (green eggs and ham, anyone?), Green Grits brings Southern comfort at its greenest. Attendees are invited to try a free bowl of green grits — yes, actual grits and yes, literally green — courtesy of Stacy and Paula Freeman of Freeman’s Mills. And green delicacies are only the first of the features visitors can expect from Green Grits. Man's best friend is invited to get in on the fun as judges search for the Pooch of Green at the First Annual Downtown Statesboro Paw-walk. Dogs decked out from nose to tail in shamrocks and green costumes have a shot at winning a doggy prize pack. Other fun events at the Green Grits FIRST Friday celebration include packing out the courthouse lawn with putt-putt, lawn games and jewelry making.

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Love the Boro. Taste the Boro. I've mentioned before, hearing them reply, "Oh, briefly, how important I find I've never been there! Is it food when it comes to truly good?" A person who moved experiencing a community. to Statesboro in July and To me, my college town of earns an entry-level journalMacon is defined by the ist's salary should not have superb burgers at the Rookery, eaten at more local places the "Boomerang" sauce on than people who have lived the wings at Francars and Brittani Howell here for years. What about the greasy, addicting, terrible embracing local business? Japanese stir-fry at Sakura. What about getting a well-rounded When I was in Thailand and was cultural experience?! What about limited to a) my tiny rural town and sucking the marrow out of life, or at b) what I could get to by foot, I made least out of the steak cuts at RJ's?! I'm getting a little dramatic, but it a mission to try every single food stall on Bangmunnak's market street. you can see what I mean. This Thursday, March 5, the Thanks to this variety, I've eaten everything from duck to inflated Belle House will be hosting an event fish bladders, pork intestines and called "Tasting Statesboro the United coconut-lemongrass soups. (I also Way," put on by the United Way of learned, quickly, which stalls to avoid Southeast Georgia as a way to raise and not to order pork intestines ever money for the charities and nonagain.) profits covered under United Way's I moved here to Statesboro in July, umbrella. For $15 at the door (and $12 and since then, I've adopted a similar online), you can donate to a worthy mission: I am determined to try cause and gain access to many of every single eatery in the city. Despite limitations of funding, the great tastes of the Boro — and I've managed to do fairly well for several other communities in our myself. I estimate having tried about area of Georgia. The ticket allows 40 percent of Statesboro's restauyou to sample 40 different venues rants, excluding the national fast featuring a little something for food chains. Today I added two more everyone. Pizza? Stop by Your Pie's to my list: Wing Maxx (I have never stand. Asian? Check out the delecseen one of these before) and Gnat's table Orchid. Always wanted to try Landing. In my culinary adventure, Chops on Main? They'll be there, I've found restaurants that I love too. And if you — like me — want to and restaurants I probably won't do a side-by-side comparison of the venture to again. I've sat outside area's various barbecue joints, you little roadside stands and dined in can just grab yourself a sample cup style at the local vineyard, like the and go to town. Whether you're learning to love your fancy adult I most certainly am not. community or just really, really love I've developed a financially devastating addiction to the coffee at Cool to eat, the Belle House is going to be the place to be on Thursday evening. Beanz, where I actually have a "usual" Tickets can be purchased on the event's order, which I have never had before Eventbrite page, and more information in my life. It has been a fun, enlightcan be found on the Facebook event ening experience and makes me feel page. See you there! as though I've dug a bit deeper into the community than I would have if I Brittani Howell is the editor of hadn't started the project. Imagine my astonishment when Connect Statesboro. If you'd like talking to longtime Statesboro resito reach out, send a message to dents about the places I've eaten and!w




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Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.


GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m. Cornhole — Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, 7 p.m. GSU Newton Building, Room 1110 — Unedited Writer’s Guild meeting, 7 p.m. Open to all area writers, word nerds and language enthusiasts. GSU Nessmith-Lane Conference Center — Diversity speaker Justin Jones-Fosu, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Metamorphoses, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas, Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m.



GSU Nessmith-Lane Conference Center — Diversity speaker Zohra Sarwari, “NO, I am not a Terrorist!” 6 p.m., free and open to the public. El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. GSU CAT — Metamorphoses, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas, Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students. GSU Performing Arts Center — Choral showcase, 7:30–8:30 p.m. Free and open to the public. GSU Dining Commons — Take Back the Night march for feminism, protesting the fear women face when walking the streets at night. 7:30–9 p.m., free and open to the public.

Participants are asked to meet in front of the dining commons at 7 p.m.

GSU CAT — Metamorphoses, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas, Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students.

Millhouse — Nick Bryant, 8 p.m.

Dingus Magees — Francis Marion, 10 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Trea Landon, 8 p.m.

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Dingus Magee’s — Atlas Road Crew, 10 p.m.




Downtown Statesboro — F1rst Friday Green Grits and Paw-Walk, 5:30–8 p.m. A St. Patrick’s Day F1rst Friday Celebration, featuring a theme of sustainability, a pet contest, green refreshments and live entertainment. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Chyann Rose, 6– 9 p.m. GSU PAC — “Visions from Cape Breton and Beyond: A Celtic Family Celebration,” 7:30– 9 p.m. Tickets are $25 for general admission, $10 for students.

GSU Recreational Pavilion — Soul Shine 5K, 7:30–8:30 p.m. This 5K will raise funds and awareness for children with disabilities in Georgia. Registration is $25. For more information, visit Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Dirty Uncle Bob, 6–9 p.m. GSU CAT — Metamorphoses, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas, Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students. Millhouse — Amy Taylor, 9:30 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Dirty Uncle Bob, 10 p.m.



GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Metamorphoses, 2 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas, Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students.



GSU Garden of the Coastal Plain — Lunch and Learn with Captain Doug Resetarits: “Sustainable Seafood,” noon–1 p.m. Learn about sustainable fishing practices among commercial fisherman to protect the ecosystem and the benefits of sustainably caught seafood. Open to the public. Prepaid reservations are required for $20. GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Metamorphoses, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas,

Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students. El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m.

Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar (Brampton Ave.) — Trivia, 8–9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GSU Center for Art and Theatre — Metamorphoses, 7:30– 8:30 p.m. “This magical postmodern journey takes us into the world of Midas, Alcyone, Ceres, Orpheus, Narcissus and other figures from Ovid's stories of transformation.” Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for students. GSU PAC — Tango Buenos Aires, 7:30–9 p.m. Tickets are $22 for general admission and $10 for students. Locos — Jam Session open mic night, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Karaoke, 9:30 p.m.

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New 'DBZ' is a childhood throwback — a little late

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

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


'DBZ Xenoverse' is the Dragonball game you wish had come out 10 years ago, when you were obsessed with the show and all related media. vious Dragonball Z Budokai games. The game's visuals are perfect and spot-on in recreating the look from the animated series. The martial arts arenas, mountains and futuristic cities are stunning. The soundtrack is one of the best, featuring original tracks and remakes of the popular themes from the anime. The game is sure to please fans of the Dragonball Z series. Some things I didn't like, however, included the simplistic fighting. I found myself just spamming attack buttons since there isn't a true combination combat system involved. Special moves are now just a one-button press, which makes them not so special any longer. It gets particularly weird when playing

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against an artificial intelligence that just spams certain moves over and over again. Speaking of the AI, they are pretty dumb — to say the least. The AI will sometimes get confused and attack the wrong target or will simply move to areas they shouldn't. Although the game feels like a game I wish had been created 10–15 years ago, when Dragonball Z was still relevant, fans of the series will love it nonetheless and enjoy playing it. Dragonball Xenoverse does a great job at capturing the DBZ universe while giving gamers hours and hours of play time. Progressing the customizable character is gratifying and fun.w

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!

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The Dragonball Z franand much more. The choice chise has already delivered of race includes the Saiyans, a pretty successful series of Namekians, Earthlings, video games, and they are Majins and Changelings following up with a new (Frieza's race). With the cusinstallment. In Dragonball tomized character, players Xenoverse, players are can meet up at Toki-Toki city summoned to the magical to battle in cooperative, timeTim Webb dragon Shenron by one of the traveling missions. main Dragonball Z The game feaREVIEW characters, Future tures several game Trunks, to help save modes to keep 'Dragonball Xenoverse' players entertained the universe and stop the disruption for hours. In the of time. main single-player After being summode of fixing time moned by Trunks, or Parallel Quests Developer: Dimps players have the (PQ), characters Publisher: Bandai Namco Games luxury of creating can level up, get Platform: Microsoft Windows, their very own pernew skills and earn PLayStation 3 & 4, Xbox 360, Xbox sonalized Dragonball One money. There is also Z character. The a multiplayer mode character customization is pretty good to battle against your friends and other and allows players to choose their people online. Combat in Dragonball character's race, gender, voice, clothing Xenoverse is a bit simpler than pre-

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All tied up at the top Also: Eagle baseball sends Bulldogs packing Another week has gone by and nothing has changed at the top of the Sun Belt men’s basketball standings. With two games left, Georgia Southern, Georgia State and Louisiana Monroe are locked in a first place tie at 13-5. The three teams started last Alex week in the same situation. Georgia Southern jumped out to a 20-2 lead and never looked back Thursday night at Appalachian State en route to a 77-58 win. It was the Eagles’ first win in Boone since 2004 and win number 20 on the season. UL Monroe held serve with a 75-57 win at South Alabama. But ArkansasLittle Rock provided some help for

the Eagles and Warhawks by beating Georgia State 92-83, leaving the Panthers one game behind the two firstplace teams. Monroe traveled to Appalachian State and got drilled by the Mountaineers 66-43 Saturday afternoon, Brown leaving Georgia Southern alone atop the conference standings for a few hours. But Southern could not take advantage of the opportunity: The Eagles fell behind early at UL Lafayette, recovered to take a brief lead, but the Ragin’ Cajuns used a 12-for-24 performance from behind the three-point line to win 68-58. Meanwhile, Georgia State won

75-64 at Troy to pull all three teams back into a tie with two games to play. This week, State travels to UL Monroe for a huge showdown Thursday night. Southern will host UT Arlington in the Eagles’ final home game of the season Thursday night. Georgia Southern closes out the regular season in Atlanta Saturday afternoon against Georgia State in another game that will have Sun Belt regular season championship implications. Monroe hosts Texas State Saturday in its regular season finale. It goes without saying, but this is an enormous week for Georgia Southern basketball. Thursday night at Hanner will be Senior Night. This year’s senior class has been through several tough seasons, battling injuries and other issues, and has put together an amazing season so far. The seniors deserve a packed house. It should be a special night at Hanner, so get there early for senior night festivities. Baseball update: Sweepin' the Bulldogs Eagle baseball welcomed the Georgia Bulldogs to town over the weekend and promptly swept them right back to Athens. In game one, Southern overcame three errors and a late 3-2 deficit as Aaron Mizell’s two-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning led the Eagles to a 4-3 win.

Game two started Saturday afternoon, but rain forced the game to be suspended in the bottom of the second inning and was resumed on Sunday. Tripp Sheppard started for the Eagles and pitched two scoreless innings on Saturday. When the game resumed Sunday, Sheppard returned to the mound and got the Eagles into the fourth inning before Jason Richman came on. Richman pitched four shutout innings and allowed just one hit. Ryan Frederick and Chris Brown slammed the door late in the combined five-hit shutout as the Eagles won game two 1-0. The Eagles trailed 3-1 in game three, but Hunter Thomas' solo home run in the bottom of the sixth followed by Chase Griffin's two-run single in the seventh gave the Eagles a 4-3 lead they would not relinquish. Georgia Southern took two of three from the Bulldogs in each of the last two seasons, so after this weekend’s sweep, the Eagles are 7-2 over UGA since 2013. Southern hosts Mercer Tuesday night and then opens Sun Belt play when Appalachian State comes to town for a three-game set. The Eagles took of three from the Mountaineers last season and would love to get conference play off to a strong start. Eagle Nation, your Eagles need you at Hanner Thursday night and Clements Stadium all weekend long. See you there!w

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Fiddler family brings Celtic music to PAC new generation to the magic of it.” The husband-and-wife duo has received both industry acclaim and a loyal fan following by combining their individual talents, giving audiences a remarkable musical experience each and every night. MacMaster has been called “the most dynamic performer in Celtic music today,” by The Boston Herald, and in this performance she joins Leahy of the iconic Leahy Family band. For the first time on stage, they'll feature their children alongside dancers and singers from the traditions of their hometowns of Cape Breton in Nova Scota, Canada, and Lakefield, Ontario. The evening will highlight the unique talents, influences and stories of the first family of traditional fiddlers through dancing, singing and, of course, world-class music-making. Audiences can expect endearing

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Art, passion and history with Tango Buenos Aires If you love Dancing with the Statesboro Stars or reality shows featuring competitive ballroom dancing, you aren't going to want to miss this. Tango Buenos Aires, a company of 10 dancers and their accompanying musicians, will stop in Statesboro for a onenight-only performance of tango music based on the life of Eva Perón — feminist, activist and late First Lady of Argentina, the tremendous historical figure off whom the musical Evita is based. In a roughly two-hour performance, Tango Buenos Aires will perform 25 different numbers of single-couple

dances and full company numbers. With flashy costumes, searing music and stunning dancing, the performers will electrify audiences with the fury and passion of one of the most loved and most lusted-after dance styles: the tango. Tango Buenos Aires appeared at Georgia Southern University's Performing Arts Center back in 2011, performing a show called "Fire and Passion of Tango." Writing about the company's performance in Sacramento, Mary Nares of the Sacramento Press described the tango


Donnell Leahy and Natalie MacMaster are bringing their Celtic music to the 'Boro to get you ramped up for St. Patrick's Day. The musical couple will be accompanied by a team of dancers and singers and, joining the family band performance, their musically talented children on Friday evening. stories of the character and characters of the island, helping them to understand the land, lives and loves that have shaped the two musical families into one. Tickets are $10 for Georgia

Southern students, $20 for faculty and staff and $24 for all other patrons. To purchase tickets, contact the PAC Box Office at (912) 4787999 or visit pac.w

as "a dance of romance, but it is not your grandmother's hearts-and-flowers romance. Tango is fire, heat and sensuality ... This is not a dance for the faint of heart, or the prim and proper." "We are super excited to bring the show here because it is a great way to feature, and expose our audiences, to different cultures," said Juanita Smith, box office manager at the PAC. "I always say, if you can't afford to travel the world, the best way to experience the world is through art. And here, the art is coming to you." And Tango Buenos Aires isn't just bringing art. With its focus on the life of Eva Perón, it's bringing a taste of history. "(Perón) is such a cultural icon, not just in Argentina but globally," Smith said. "She's a person students should definitely know and be aware of." Tickets are $10 for Georgia Southern students, $19 for faculty and staff and $22 for all other patrons. To purchase tickets, contact the PAC Box Office at (912) 478-7999 or visit

Considered "one of Argentina's great cultural exports, Tango Beunos Aires features a company of ten talented dancers performing fiery, sensuous routines to the sexiest style of music ever composed.


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The Georgia Southern University Performing Arts Center (PAC) is pleased to welcome Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy to the PAC stage as they present their Celtic musical talent in “Visions from Cape Breton and Beyond: A Celtic Family Celebration." The show will take place for one night only Friday, March 6 at 7:30 p.m. "We're most excited about this show because it's a great way to bring together the Irish community in the local area, especially during this time of year when St. Patrick's Day is coming up and everyone is paying respect to their cultural heritage,” said Stacie McDaniel, house manager and administrative coordinator of the PAC. “But it's not just about celebrating the remarkably rich Celtic traditions, but also about bringing something new to this type of dance and music and introducing a whole

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Myths of transformation come to life in Ovid's "Metamorphoses" Before there were the Oscars, there were the Greeks. Before the Christian Greys and Harry Potters, before the Katnisses and Starks and all the characters who make up the backdrop of today’s pop culture, there were the myths. Many of the stories found in Greek mythology — Eros and Psyche, Daphne and Apollo, Orpheus and the lyre — are so pervasive in Western culture that you can know the tale without remembering ever having heard it. These are the stories that have sunk deep into our collective unconscious, shaping our worldview and defining our understanding. In the labyrinths of our subconscious, the deepest recesses of our dreaming minds, the myths reign. It is this dreamlike state you’ll be sent to when watching Metamorphoses at the Georgia Southern Center for Art and Theatre. The play, based on a collection of myths of the same title by the Greek writer Ovid, contains a series of vignettes set in and around a pool of water — represented by a shallow pool embedded into the stage. The show, written by Mary Zimmerman, is directed by Lisa Abbott and features several familiar faces from previous Georgia Southern theatrical endeavors. While the show is somewhat more abstract and theatrical than most students have encountered, Abbott says the cast has embraced all the opportunities and challenges the show has offered. “In the rehearsal room, we have a wall covered with photos and paintings of the different gods and breakdowns of the different myths,” Abbott said. “We have a couple of books of mythology that have been floating around rehearsal. There’s always someone looking through one at any given point. They are 100 percent willing to explore

the physical side of it. They complement each other beautifully.” By the “physical side,” Abbott is referring to the many dance numbers that help to enhance the performance and carry the story. She refers to Metamorphoses as a postmodern play that draws frequently on movement and dance as a narrative vehicle. Zimmerman’s script had several dance scenes written into it, but Abbott and


Under the watchful eye of Aphrodite (Katie Burrell), top, Alcoyne (Chryssie Lewis), bottom, pleads with husband Ceyx (Christophe Chin) not to go on a voyage across the sea during a scene from the Georgia Southern University production of "Metamorphoses" at the Black Box Theatre.

her crew added four more numbers that, in her opinion, only add to the story. To assist with the movement and choreography, Abbott has recruited Mathyn Miller of the Statesboro Youth Ballet, whose style combines ballet with modern dance for a spellbinding effect in the ethereal play. The dancers double as a kind of Greek chorus, complementing a narrator through the course of the play. “This (postmodern) style of work … really captures the essence of the stories,” Abbott said. “We get to see transformations in all these different ways. It’s very theatrical, which is also a big draw. Like I said, there’s a lot of freedom within it, so that, as a director, I can do things like add dance numbers here, there and everywhere. For me as a director, one of my favorite things is exploring storytelling through movement. I work very heavily with movement, and this is a great opportunity to really do that.” The myths — stories of love and loss, reunion and redemption — embrace life's humor and tragedy, sometimes turning from one to the other on a dime. Raw and honest, the stories drive the audience to laughter and, in the very next moment, force them to tears. Embracing a mythology and a medium not often seen in Statesboro, Metamorphoses is sure to be a visually stunning standout performance. Metamorphoses will open Wednesday, March 4, at the Georgia Southern Center for Art and Theatre and will run until the following Wednesday, March 11. Each show starts at 7:30 p.m. except for the Sunday matinee, which begins at 2 p.m. Tickets for the performance cost $10 for general admittance and $5 for Georgia Southern students. To reserve tickets to the show, call the box office at (912) 4785379 or purchase them at the door.w


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Nerd it up at GnomeCon GnomeCon, a three-day convention created by Savannah area board gamers, is slated for the weekend of March 6–8 at the Coastal Georgia Center, 305 Fahm Street in the heart of downtown Savannah. This is the fourth year for the locally-organized event. Last year’s convention drew more than 850 people from all over the Southeast and helped raise more than $1,500 on behalf of Live Oak Public Libraries. “This year’s event is shaping up to be the best GnomeCon ever,” said GnomeCon President Heidi Schweier. “Each year, we keep adding more and more, and our attendance continues to grow. We’re very proud of what we’ve created.”

New this year will be comic books. Guests include Dean Motter, creator of Mister X, as well as local artists Mad Rupert (Adventure Time) and Tracy Yardley (Sonic the Hedgehog). In addition to the numerous types of tabletop, miniature, collectible card and role-playing games being offered at GnomeCon, there will also be a number of panels and events. Featured guests

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Award-winning rodeo will return in April The Statesboro Kiwanis Rodeo will arrive in mid-April, providing two nights of bulls, broncs and family entertainment. Hedrick Rodeo Company, which has conducted the rodeo in Statesboro for the past three years, was recently recognized by the Southern Professional Rodeo Association, said Statesboro Kiwanis Club member and rodeo cochairman Bill Anderson. Danny Hedrick, owner of the company, said his crew was named the 2014 SPRA Stock Contractor of the Year. A gray draft horse cross gelding, “Willie,” easily recognized as one of the company’s largest horses, won the title of 2014 SPRA Saddle Bronc of the Year, and Hedrick’s wife, Jessica, was named the 2014 SPRA Contract Act of the Year for her daredevil trick riding performances. She has a repertoire that includes riding three horses at a time, standing on their

backs and controlling them all from that position, while the horses lope around the arena and jump through fiery rings. Hedrick was humble while discussing the awards, but Anderson and rodeo co-chairman Don Poe agree that the club’s choice in selecting Hedrick Rodeo Company was the right one. “We had reasons for selecting Danny,” Anderson said. “It was really nice to have (those reasons) confirmed through their awards. We did bring in a good quality rodeo.” The Hedricks have a long history of rodeo and have operated the stock contracting company for 11 years, he said. His family and the Statesboro Kiwanis Club have formed a friendly partnership in bringing the rodeo to town each spring, where sellout crowds enjoy the show, the food and vendors, Poe said. This year the rodeo will take place

include game designer Richard Borg; horror filmmaker James O’Rear; and fantasy authors Katherine Kurtz and Scott MacMillan. Guests will also participate in panels, where attendees will have the opportunity to discuss a variety of topics such as game design and marketing, writing for fun and profit, breaking in to the comic book industry, and other science fiction/fantasy and gaming-related subject matter. Laughter is also on tap, as the convention welcomes local comedian Phil Keeling, who will be recording his next comedy album at GnomeCon. Local improv group “The Odd Lot” will also perform, as well as horror-meister Professor Fear. His twisted game show delving into the wonderful world of geek trivia has been a highlight of pre-

April 17–18 at the Kiwanis Ogeechee Fairgrounds on Georgia Highway 67 South. Advance tickets will go on sale March 15 at Anderson’s General Store in Statesboro. An option to buy tickets online will be announced at a later date, Poe said. Adult tickets will cost $15, and children’s tickets will be $10. Hedrick will bring new stock, a new trick rider (Marshall Greene) and a new clown, Roy Kozak. There will be arena games and lots of local and other professional contestants in such events as barrel racing, steer wrestling, bull riding and team roping. Greene holds world records in rope tricks from horseback. Miss Rodeo USA Kirbi Allen from Arkansas will also make appearances in Statesboro before and during the rodeo. Vendors will bring funnel cakes, barbecue sandwiches, Coca-Cola products, hamburgers and other favorites. Vendors will include a leather goods booth, T-shirts and belts and a jump house for kids. Rodeo fans who participate in a contest may very well win a chance to win a new car, Poe said. He wouldn’t divulge details yet, but promised more information as the rodeo nears. Vendors interested in having booths or spots at the rodeo may call Poe at (912) 541-0411. More information about Hedrick

vious GnomeCons. Audience participation is encouraged and everyone who attends will have a chance to win prizes. Statesboro’s own Galactic Comics will be in attendance to let people at the con know where they are. Keith Brown, the owner at Galactic Comics, says that people from around the southeast corner of Georgia will drive quite a ways to join gaming communities and that Savannahbased gamers are still part of Galactic’s customer base. Not only does attending the con give Galactic a chance to draw in some new business, but it also offers a great chance to network with likeminded gaming enthusiasts. The convention will also feature dealers selling games and supplies, and science fiction and fantasy-related items such as comic books, t-shirts, art and collectibles. Saturday there will be a flea market, where registered attendees can sell or trade unwanted games, comics and other memorabilia, or pick up more at bargain prices. For more information, visit www. or e-mail

SCOTT BRYANT/staff Mark Kreder of Tulsa, Oklahoma makes a good showing as the sole bareback rider at the Statesboro Kiwanis Rodeo last year. Rodeo Company may be found online at More information about the Statesboro Kiwanis Rodeo is available at www. Holli Deal Saxon may be reached at (912) 489-9414.w

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CRAIGSLIST SCAM — A woman said someone took photos of a Donaldson Street home she has for sale from a sales website, reposted them on Craigslist and used her deceased mother’s name in advertising the home for rent or rent-to-own. BAR FIGHT — A man told police a bouncer struck him in the face and dragged him out of Rusty’s Tavern, resulting in visible injuries. Reports listed the incident as simple battery and possession of alcohol by persons under 21, but reports did not list an arrest or citation.w


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If you need any work done in Carpentry, electrical, plumbing, framing, flooring or painting. Call Leroy White. 541-1260.*

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Busy medical practice looking for desk nurse. Only excepting resumes for a RN but will consider well experienced LPN . Resume PO Box 728, Statesboro, Ga 30461 fax: Attention Office Manger 912-871-7794

Delivery Truck Driver Wanted

Delivers merchandise to stores within a designated route. Clean driving record for past 3/years required. Must be at least 21/years old. Some heavy lifting required. Requires passing background investigation of work history and criminal check, drug test and D.O.T. physical. Full-time position. Resume: Delivery Driver Job Search Statesboro Herald PO Box 888 c/o G522 Statesboro, GA 30459 or email to

Farmers Home Furniture

Is now accepting applications for Full-time employment in the following areas. Full-time Sale Part-time Sales Apply in person at 2117 Northside Dr E., Statesboro, GA 30458 No phone calls please.

Hourly Health Counselor Part Time

(1 position) Southeast Health District Public Health Position will serve the following counties: Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jeff Davis, Tattnall, Toombs and Wayne Competitive Salary - Great Benefit Package No Weekends – No Nights – Holidays Off See our website at www. EOE

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16 OTR Drivers Wanted

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Farmers Home Furniture

Is now accepting applications for Full-time employment in the following areas. Full-time Sale Part-time Sales Apply in person at 2117 Northside Dr E., Statesboro, GA 30458 No phone calls please.

Hourly Health Counselor Part Time

(1 position) Southeast Health District Public Health Position will serve the following counties: Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jeff Davis, Tattnall, Toombs and Wayne Competitive Salary - Great Benefit Package No Weekends – No Nights – Holidays Off See our website at www. EOE

For Sale by Owner

Three bedroom/2bath home. renovated, 2150 heated sq.ft.w/, 103 Gentilly Dr $69,000 brick. 3 bedroom, 1½ Large front porch, large screened porch/grilling deck, 2 car bath 912-682-7468 garage. 1.5 acre. Reduced Price. 912-852-2147, 912-531-6348.

Nurse Practitioner Women’s Health Southeast Health DistrictPublic Health Position location is negotiable within the following counties: Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jeff Davis, Tattnall, Toombs and Wayne

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Competitive Salary Great Benefit Package No Weekends, No Nights, Holidays Off See our website at www. EOE

Taking Applications for Full time LPN’s CNA’s

Apply in person @ Azalea Health & Rehab. 300 Cedar St., Metter Ga Monday-Friday. 8:30-5:00. 912-685-57.34

Real Estate

Close to Mall/GSU

Safe area. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. 100 Jaeckel St. (Grove Lakes). Newly renovated. Energy saving roof & windows, Berber carpet, Sitting rm, dining rm, bar, storage rm. 1800/sqft. Porch, fenced yard. Beautiful small orchard. $115,000 912-481-1400

2nd shift Short Order Cook 1st-2nd shift waitress all shifts Fuel Desk cashier Apply in person Exit 111/I16, Metter GA.

1306 Square Feet. Brand New. $58,900 Includes: ½/ Acre Lots (Available 6,7,8,9,55}. Brick Under Pinning Septic Tank, 2 Car Cement Parking Pad, Front/ Back Porches Pick Your: Sidings Color, Wall Color, Flooring, Cabinets 912-587-9850

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3 Acre Lots

10 minutes from Statesboro, water/septic available. Owner financing $1000 down + closing. 912-764-9955.

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Mobil Home

3 bedroom, 3 bath, on large lot. Available now. $650 deposit, + $650 deposit. Great for family. Call 912-531-5562.

Eagle Village Off 301 North Statesboro

Manufacturing homes, 3/ bedroom, 2/bath available. Starting@$650/month plus deposit. 1 child per bedroom preferred. Credit/ criminal check on tenants. 587-9850

Quiet Living

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

Mobile Homes For Sale For Rent


Home Built 2003 Statesboro

Nice 3/bedroom 2 bath mobile home on 2 acres. Nice Shed. Rincon (Ebeneezer school area). 478-982-2816. Leave message. No owner financing.

Homes For Sale

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Country Home Hopeulikit 6/bedroom, 2/bath $875/ month. Jenkins County 5 & 4 bedroom, 2½ bath. Midville Ga $575 & $675/ month. RV Parking spot. $250/month. 478-494-1121

Large open studio apartment for single occupant. No lease, private entrance, immaculate. All utilities included; also, Internet Netflix, ROKU, washer/ dryer. Fully furnished. Near Statesboro High. Credit check.$625/month. 912-536-4391.

This Apartment is for you! Statesboro

3 bedroom, 2 bath. No pets. 338 South Bridgeport. North Bridge Subdivision. $985/month. Must past criminal & credit check. 912-481-8040

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$65,000 303 Florence Ave

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