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The Grand Opening for Three Tree Coffee Roaster's new coffee shop is set for Saturday, Aug. 22 from 6–9pm., in the Midtown Market across from R.J.s Grill on South Main Street. Owners Philip and Anna Klayman have been working in specialty coffee since 2011 and are excited to put their barista skills to use. It is their passion to educate people on the importance of quality, from beginning to end, in order to showcase the uniqueness of each region’s coffee. Their hope is that this shop will also provide an opportunity to better reveal the poverty among coffee farmers, as well as the injustices of human trafficking. For the Grand Opening, there will be live music by Southern Crossroads, free giveaways and 30 percent discounts on all food and drinks. All of the shop's baristas will be on hand to meet their clientele. The new location is roughly 2,000-sq. feet, with a fully functioning kitchen and furnished outer patio. The second floor is filled with cozy nooks, perfect for lingering long over a cup of coffee. Three Tree's initial hours of business will be from 7 a.m.–4 p.m., Monday–Friday, and 8 a.m.–4 p.m. on weekends. In addition to hand-poured and locally roasted coffee, the shop will offer a light breakfast and lunch menu. “It has been an exhilarating summer planning for this new coffee

shop," the owners, Philip and Anna Klayman, wrote in a press release. "Though it has been hard work, we are very happy with the final product and look forward to inviting our neighbors for a cup of coffee.” To get updates on Three Tree Coffee’s new coffee shop and the Grand Opening, visit their facebook page or website at: “As we get closer to the Grand Opening, we are more and more excited about the potential this coffee shop has to bless our community while also educating on ways we can use our morning cup of coffee to change the world,” the Klaymans wrote.

Audition for fall shows at GSU's Center for Art & Theatre The Theatre & Performance program at Georgia Southern has scheduled auditions for the fall shows on Aug. 19–20, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the Center for Art & Theatre. Auditions are open to all students regardless of major. Sign-up sheets for audition times are available at the Box Office in the Center for Art & Theatre. Actors need not prepare anything for the auditions. The first show of the season will be The Pillowman by Martin McDonough, directed by Nicholas Newell. Roles are open to 5 men, 1 woman and 2 children (1 boy and

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My dear readers may They were able to point me remember a few months ago to several different resources around Valentine's Day, when for new pet owners, and I wrote my column about my hooked me up with a voucher adventures in fostering a boxer for the Spay/Neuter Alliance puppy named Bella. I con& Clinic. I'll be getting Sam cluded that column with the fixed — a legal requirement sentiment that I was certainly from the shelter — for $20, not ready to fit a dog into my which greatly diminished lifestyle. Brittani Howell the startup costs of pet own Many of you will be unsurership. prised to hear that this conviction I'd also like to thank the folks at lasted all of two months. And after Best Friends Animal Hospital and weeks (and weeks, and weeks) of Gateway Animal Hospital, who — agonizing over a decision, trying to again, because I adopted Sam from convince myself to adopt a cat (I'm the shelter — gave my pup his first allergic, as it turns out), and outcheckup for free. But mostly, I would like to thank right stalking the Facebook pages of local animal rescues from here the Bulloch County Animal Shelter. to Brunswick, I finally found my Animal control is an unforgiving match: a bulldog-terrier mutt from field, where people who love pets the Bulloch County Animal Shelter, are required to do the hard work of rechristined Samwise after my favorite picking animals up and — against their character from The Lord of the Rings. own wishes — often putting them I have had Sam for about two down. They work hard and do their weeks now, and I've discovered that best and are often unappreciated — I am that person everyone hates on sometimes vilified — for that work. social media: The one whose updates But I am thankful, because for the past and pictures are mostly dedicated to three months they have let me wander how cute their dog is. But that's not through their kennels to look at dogs what I'm going to do here. I would and cats alike — always browsing, actually like to take this space to never adopting — until I found the thank the many people in the compup who was perfect for me. And if any of my readers are munity who made it possible for me, a chronic commitment-phobe on a tight looking to become pet parents, I schedule and tighter budget, to adopt highly encourage you to head to the a pet that I fell in love with on first shelter first. sight. First, I'd like to thank the Humane Brittani Howell is the editor of Society of Statesboro and Bulloch Connect Statesboro. If you'd like to County, which is a wonderful resource reach out, shoot a message to editor@ for people looking to adopt an animal.!w


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ARTS. MUSIC. ENTERTAINMENT. Bar — Michael McCarthy, 9 p.m. Millhouse — Nic & Jaime, 9 p.m.


GSU Center for Art & Theatre — Auditions for fall shows, The Pillowman and The Mysteries: Creation. 6:30 p.m., free and open to the public. For more audition information, see page 3


Eagle Creek Brewing Company — Open mic night with Daniel Navarro, 6–9 p.m.

El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — Trea Landon, 8 p.m.

GSU Center for Art & Theatre — Auditions for fall shows, The Pillowman and The Mysteries: Creation. 6:30 p.m., free and open to the public. For more audition information, see page 3. Appointment required.

Millhouse — Kyle Turner, 8 p.m. GATA’s — Cyril Durant (of Those Cats), 9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Piano., 10 p.m.

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop — Cornhole, 7 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m.

Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close

Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m.


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



Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Nick Bryant, 6– 9 p.m.


Dingus Magee’s — Trea Landon, 8 p.m.

Loco’s — Daniel Navarro, 5 p.m.

GATA’s — Poor Man’s Fancy, 9 p.m. Millhouse — Nic &

Jaime, 9 p.m. South City Tavern — RoshambeauX, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Chase Thomas, 9 p.m.

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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. Three Tree Coffee Roasters Coffee Shop (441 South Main Street, Suite 1A) — Grand opening, featuring live music, gift giveaways and 30-percent discounts on all food and drinks. Free and open to the public, 6–9 p.m. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Michael McCarthy, 6–9 p.m. GSU Center for Art and Theater — Wham! Bam! Play Slam! 7:30 p.m., free and open to the public Southern Billiards &


Wild Wing Café — Bragg & Co., 9 p.m.

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

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

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

Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m. Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m. Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.



Locos — Daniel Navarro, 5 p.m.

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GSU Williams Center, multipurpose room — UPB-UnPlugged, Open Mic Edition, 6:30–8 p.m., free and open to the public

Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m.

Statesboro Regional Public Library — Literary Luncheon featuring author Jonathan Bryant: “Dark Places of the Earth: The Voyage of the Slave Ship Antelope,” 11:30 a.m. Tea and discussion with the author (bring your own lunch). Free and open to the public.

GSU Foy Building, Carol A. Carter Recital Hall — Faculty recital with Allen Henderson, baritone, and Brian Luckett, guitar. 7:30–8:30 p.m., free and open to the public.

Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Open mic night with Daniel Navarro, 6– 9 p.m.

GATA’s — Nate Kenyon, 9 p.m.


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

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Statesboro Regional Public Library — Work Incentives Planning and Assistance Program Q&A session, 11 a.m. Free and

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El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m.

Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar — Ben Lewis Acoustic Reggae Dub, 9 p.m.

Millhouse — Tall Paul Band, 9 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Beer pong, 9 p.m. Applebee’s — Live DJ, 9:30 p.m.–close


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Dingus Magee’s — The Orange Constant, 10 p.m.


GSU Performing Arts Center — Driving Miss Daisy, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $10 for Georgia Southern students, $24 for other patrons Gnat’s Landing — Those Cats, 10 p.m.


Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Poor Man’s Fancy, 6–9 p.m. Statesboro High School Auditorium — Up with People, presenting “The Journey,” 7–9 p.m. Tickets: $15 for adults, $10 for children, students and seniors GATA’s — Coty James and Benjii Taylor, 9 p.m.

Millhouse — Joe Anderson Band, 9 p.m.


Southern Billiards & Bar — Will Hauptle’s Acoustic Funk, 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. Eagle Creek Brewing Co. — Kyle Turner, 6– 9 p.m. South City Tavern — John-Michael O’Leary and Bossman, 7 p.m.

Millhouse — Stoneheart, 10 p.m. Wild Wing Café — Amy Taylor, 9 p.m.

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

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

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

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



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Wham! Bam! Plays to slam into GSU's black box theater It’s 2 a.m. in Georgia Southern’s Center for Art and Theatre. A crew of thespians, new freshmen and performing arts enthusiasts are split into groups. Some are collaborating, others are just chatting, as writers churn out a script to a brand-new one act play. They’ve been there all night, doing ice breakers and pouring out all their creative juices for the annual “Wham! Bam! Play Slam!” theatrical event at GSU. In the play slam, students have 24 hours to write, direct and stage a one-act play. According to those who have been, it makes for a memorable night — an immersive trial-by-fire plunge into the world of collegiate theater. “I was used to tame high school theatre and I realized just how much fun college theatre is,” said GSU student Spencer Collins, who was a freshman when he participated in his first Wham! Bam! event. At first, he said, it was awkward: The freshmen stood alone as they tried to find a way to integrate into the peculiar species that are liberal arts college students. It did not stay

that way for long. According to Collins, the upperclassman became very accepting, and the event served not only to create art but to welcome new students in the CAT's fold. Students who participate in this year's play slam can expect the night begins with ice breakers, tailored to get creative minds flowing and encourage students to mingle. “It’s kind of a 'Welcome back!'

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1 girl, 10–15 years old). Pillowman contains mature content and will be performed Sept. 30–Oct. 7. Next up is The Mysteries; Creation by Bernie Sahlins and Nicholas Rudall, directed by Lisa L. Abbott. Roles are open to 8 men and 8 women. The show will be performed Nov. 11–Nov. 18. Actors are asked to bring their class and work schedules, arrive at least 15 minutes prior to their scheduled audition time and be ready to have some fun. Scripts are available online at the Communication Arts Web site ( commarts/) under the theatre heading. Call the Box Office at 912-478-

Wham! Bam! Play Slam! When? Aug. 22 @ 7:30 p.m. Where? Georgia Southern's Center for Art & Theatre How much? Free and open to the public

Ogeechee Riverkeepers host last summer paddle trip Aug. 22 All are welcome to register for the Saturday, Aug. 22 paddle trip located at Butterbean Beach near Skidaway Island. This trip is suitable for both beginner and experienced paddlers. The Ogeechee Riverkeeper August paddle trip is the latest in the

We gather together theater majors and minors and anyone interested in theater who want to be involved,” said Kelly Berry, an associate professor of theatre and a coordinator of this year’s event. The real fun, however, begins after the ice breakers. Participants can expect to be split into groups and assign themselves roles within their teams: writers, directors and actors. For the next 24 hours, the groups are tasked with writing and minimally producing short plays. Collins was the lead in the play his group wrote. “I don’t remember the name, but I remember being the lead," Collins said. "It was scary: I had done shows before, but this was all totally made up. We learned how to do all of it super quickly." The plays, which are usually comedies, are entertaining to say the least. Collins explained the plot of his first play at Wham! Bam! The plot involved a waiting room in Hell, which sounds like something right out of Saturday Night Live.

summer schedule, which runs until the end of September 2015 and has been designed to be family-friendly and suitable for children 12 and over. Participants should arrive at 9 a.m. to enjoy a leisurely day on the coast exploring the Skidaway Narrows, the Branches, Pigeon Island and more while following the movement of the tide. This trip clocks in at just under 6 miles. People interested in joining the trip must register at by 4 p.m. on Aug. 21, as no registrations or rentals will be accepted after the deadline. All members are encouraged to register and take part in this monthly paddle trip at no cost beyond an annual membership. Non-members can also experience the beauty of the River by paying $35, which will

“The shows can be anything, and I mean anything," Berry said. "They really run the gamut. They’re all good and you really never know where they’re going. Expect the unexpected." The chaotic day of writing and rehearsing culminates in a live performance of the plays on Saturday, Aug. 22, at 7:30 p.m. in the CAT's Black Box Theatre. The show is free and open to the public, so Georgia Southern students and Statesboro locals are invited to come witness what a perfect cocktail of stress, hilarity and bonding can create.w

include a yearly membership. There is also a small fee for rental boats if paddlers do not have one. The trip will feature an educational guide and a stop at the Pin Point Heritage Museum. For a full schedule of Ogeechee Riverkeeper's monthly trips, please visit www. paddle-trips.w


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Airbound Entertainment brings Miami-based jam band to the Boro Saturday, Aug. 29 Vince Garrett Music history has provided many great musical duos. While those greats are few and far between — and it is much too early to start the ranking — the musical pair of The Norm can at least give you an awesome experience. The duo out of Miami, Florida, has been performing at venues across the Southeast with their songs inspired by life, experiences and lessons learned. The two leads are stepbrothers: Bryan Rucker is the guitarist and singer, and Ryan Bars lays rap vocals on their tracks. According to Rucker, the two bonded over music when they met. "Ryan was a little younger than me and I had been doing this when I was a kid," Rucker said. "He started adding his raps to my song lyrics, and the rest is history." Rucker has a deep background in music. He sang background on various tracks before becoming a duo with Bars. His father was a drummer in the Bee Gees and has even played

SPECIAL Stepbrothers Bryan Rucker and Ryan Bars joined forces to become The Norm, a Miami-based musical duo with a sound reminiscent of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. with Michael Jackson and Johnny Cash. Rucker gives off an eclectic air of versatility. He can geek out over the history and music of Jim Morrison and the Bee Gees while holding down a discussion about the cultural impact of rap artists like Kendrick Lamar and Eminem. Ryan Bars completed his degree in audio engineering and decided that he enjoyed being on stage more than being backstage. While a savvy listener can certainly hear the musicians' influences — 311, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Citizen Cope and more — in their songs, their combined sound is very much their own. Rucker says that the band is also very inspired by hip-hop music and artists. Rucker named a few, including Dr. Dre and Eminem.

"That type of hip-hop is very introspective and speaks about everyday life. People can relate to it because (the artists) aren't always bragging about a lifestyle, but they are sharing what they are going through on a daily basis," Rucker said. Ryan Bars is the lead rapper in the band, and his Eminem influence can definitely be heard on songs like "Eyes Wide" — a song about the pair's unyielding effort to make the music they love. They can also bring a song like "We Like To Party" to the table, which on its surface is as simple as it sounds, but becomes a little deeper after the first listen as they ponder the expiration date on the lifestyle they live. According to Rucker, they have a

song for nearly every occasion, but the one thing that they bring to every show is their positivity. "The best thing about playing live is interacting with the crowd and just jamming," he said. "Our music is a little more aggressive, but ultimately we bring love to the crowd because music is our sanctuary." The Norm brings a depth of content and the same energy you would get from any of your favorite jam bands. This is Red Hot Chili Peppers with a dash of Aesop Rock, a wallop of bass that you can feel and a light topping of saxophone for good measure. Catch them live at Dingus Magee's on Saturday, Aug. 29 starting at 10 p.m. For more information on The Norm, go to their website at

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Meet the competition Alex Brown breaks down Eagles' opposition in 2015 season The season is less than three weeks away. Hard to believe it’s almost here. In preparation, let’s get to know Georgia Southern’s 2015 opponents.


Sept. 5 vs. West Virginia

Morgantown, WV – 7:30 p.m. Georgia Southern opens the season at West Virginia. Notorious for their raucous home crowds, the Mountaineers will provide a tough season opener for the Eagles, to say the least. West Virginia, who went 7-6 last season, was just 4-8 in 2013. The Mountaineers are bringing back plenty of experience as they return 16 starters from the 2014 team. After a quarterback battle in the spring, dual-threat QB Skyler Howard emerged as the starter. He started the final two games last season. The Mountaineers have some retooling to do on both lines, but most experts seem to think this team will be in the top half of the Big XII in 2015.

Sept. 12 vs. Western Michigan

Paulson Stadium – 6 p.m. The Eagles’ home opener comes in week two of the season against a really good Western Michigan team.

The Broncos finished 8-5 last year and were a narrow loss to Northern Illinois away from playing for the 2014 MAC championship. They lost to Air Force in the Idaho Potato Bowl. The Broncos are getting all kinds of hype going into the season and are Brown picked to finish second in the MAC West. This is not going to be a cakewalk by any means. Western Michigan will come to Statesboro following their season opener at Michigan State. Hopefully it’s about 97 degrees with 98 percent humidity, no breeze and plenty of gnats. I can’t imagine many of those boys from way up north have ever played in that kind of sauna. If we get weather like that, advantage goes to the Eagles.

Sept. 19 vs. The Citadel

Paulson Stadium – 6 p.m. Georgia Southern’s old Southern Conference rival comes to town in week three, and I don’t like this game one bit. The Citadel always gave the Eagles fits no matter what kind of season either team was having. Many of these guys have played Georgia Southern before, and if you’ll remember, the Bulldogs beat the Eagles as recently as 2012. In the last meeting between these two programs in 2013, the Bulldogs actually had a 21-20 lead until Kevin Ellison scored with less than two minutes left to give the Eagles the 28-21 win. That was just two years ago. This one makes me a little nervous.

the 22-16 Eagle win, and the party in Statesboro ensued after the Warhawks’ final pass attempt fell incomplete on the next play. The Warhawks haven’t forgotten how close they were to knocking off the Eagles. Monroe is picked to finish in the middle of the pack in most preseason projections, but this is another long road trip in a backto-back weekend swing that takes Southern a combined 3,300 miles away from home.

Sept. 26 vs. Idaho

Moscow, ID – 9 p.m. Idaho is picked by many to finish at or near the bottom of the conference in 2015. The Sun Belt coaches poll has the Vandals dead last, but I’m not buying it. Although Georgia Southern won last year’s meeting 47-24, it was close in the fourth quarter. Idaho scored two unanswered touchdowns to cut the lead to 33-24 and had the ball back when Matt Dobson’s pick-6 put the game away. This year, Georgia Southern has to make the trip out west. The Eagles never seem to play as well when traveling a long way from home. Hopefully I’m wrong, but this one isn’t going to be a lock.

Oct. 3 vs. UL Monroe

Monroe, LA – 7 p.m. Speaking of Matt Dobson and clutch — we all remember how this one ended last season. Georgia Southern’s perfect record and outright conference title was on the line. UL Monroe was knocking on the door when Dobson broke up a would-be touchdown to preserve

Oct. 17 vs. New Mexico State

Paulson Stadium – 6 p.m. Homecoming weekend in Statesboro will feature Georgia Southern hosting New Mexico State. Last season, the Eagles struggled out of the gate when the Aggies took a 14-0 first quarter lead in Las Cruces, but Southern scored 29 unanswered points en route to a 36-28 road win. New Mexico State is picked to finish in the bottom three in almost every preseason poll, and the Aggies will be making the long trip to Statesboro. With Georgia Southern coming off a bye week, hopefully this is one the Eagles can win handily. But they don’t play the games on paper. That takes us to the halfway point of the season. Next week, we’ll look at Southern’s final six opponents.w


'Fallout Shelter' delivers apocalyptic fun Part of the Fallout different forms of resources in series, Fallout Shelter each room. is a free-to-play mobile The dwellers can level up simulation video game and be given items and/or developed by Bethesda weapons, which are used to Game Studios, with help defend the Vault from assistance by Behaviour raiders or creatures. Also, Interactive and published dwellers can be sent out in the Tim Webb by Bethesda Softworks. The wasteland to scout for more game was released for iOS devices items and weapons. Outside of waiting back on June 14 after the for new dwellers to E3 Convention, and was show up to the Vault, REVIEW just released for Android players can pair a 'Fallout Shelter' devices Aug. 13. man and woman In Fallout Shelter, dweller in living players manage and quarters to produce build their own Vault as babies, which the Developer: Bethesda Game game allows the an overseer. A vault is Studios, Behaviour Interactive player to name. an underground bunker Publisher: Bethesda The game is all where dwellers can live Softworks about balancing in the now post-apocPlatform: iOS, Android resources such as alyptic world. Players food, electricity manage the dwellers that and water. Many different rooms can live in the Vault and have to keep them be built within the Vault, where you happy. They rescue dwellers from the assign the dwellers to work over a set wasteland and assign them to various resource-generating rooms within the time to create the resources. The game Vault. includes a rush button to accelerate Using the seven statistics from the resource-building, but the rush feature S.P.E.C.I.A.L. set of stats from other comes with the risk of catastrophic Fallout games — Strength, Perception, failures in the forms of fires and Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence, creature infestations. Players then have Agility and Luck — players try to to assign dwellers to clean up these run a successful Vault where dwellers failures. can live. Each dweller's S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Successful resource managing and affects his or her skill at generating other in-game actions sometimes

reward the player with lunchboxes that contain rewards such as items, weapons and more. Lunchboxes can also be purchased separately with real money as microtransactions. Fallout Shelter is a very challenging and fun game as soon as you start it up. Without weapons and items, as well as many dwellers, it can be a challenge to survive in the Vault. The game is very aesthetically pleasing with sharp, colorful graphics and animations. The audio is spot-on for the game and it’s very easy to learn and begin playing as a great time-passer. However, the game does have some nuisances and problems. First of all, if players take advantage of the in-game microtransactions with real money, the challenging aspect of the game disappears and the game becomes rather boring. Also, players who do well over time and build up their Vault with lots of dwellers, weapons and items will find the game easy and, soon after, repetitive. Although the game is fun, it feels like it needs a bit more to keep the game interesting in the long haul. Finally, the Android version appears to have a bug that will erase all of your work if the phone dies while you are playing the game. Hopefully this is addressed soon, because some players have spent a great deal of time playing and buying microtransactions with real money, only see their work lost.

All in all, Fallout Shelter does a great job of being a fun, time-wasting game that is free in the app stores. I’d recommend players not spend real money, to not only save but also to keep the game fun and challenging. Bethesda should have added some kind of multiplayer or deeper fighting mechanics to increase the replay ability. Fallout fans should definitely pick this app up, if only to keep themselves entertained until Fallout 4 releases Nov. 10.w


Fill your Vault with little "dwellers," like Preston Garvey above, to keep things running and do your bidding.

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With color- 11 ful graphics and absurdly cheerful animations, "Fallout Shelter," the latest installment of the "Fallout" series, proves once again that the end of the world doesn't have to be — well, the end of the world.

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It’s been over 100 days since Georgia Southern graduate and aspiring filmmaker Shane Nelson started on his nationwide walk from Tybee Island to San Francisco for his Kickstarter-funded film, Left. So far, Nelson has made remarkable progress throughout his trek, traveling from one destination to another, which is hardly surprising to those who are already familiar with Nelson’s firm sense of commitment and determination.


Shane Nelson, Georgia Southern graduate and aspiring filmmaker, pauses for a selfie and a triumphant fist-pump as he crosses the Tennessee border — just one of the many state lines he has crossed on his cross-country walk from Tybee Island to San Francisco. The walk so far "For me, the walk is a step-by-step process," Nelson told Connect. "I just put my best foot forward, taking everything in stride. Every day is completely different. Some days I wake up in a hotel, other days I wake up on a strangers couch, and sometimes I even wake up in my tent at a campground or on the side of the road." Daily concerns and challenges usually involved fatigue, weather and safety. Nelson even had to replace the stroller in which he carries supplies — which he affectionately named "Bowie" — two separate times since he embarked on his journey. However, Nelson shared that the lowest point of his journey was not

caused by the elements but by people, when the occupants of a passing vehicle rolled down their windows, yelled, “Here you go,” and threw pennies at him. “The person was aiming at me, not for me," Nelson said. "I don’t know what it is like to truly be homeless — to be called a vagrant or a bum — but in that moment, I felt less than human.” Despite being a victim of a cruel joke, Nelson’s faith in other people has not faltered an inch. He has been the recipient of many selfless acts of kindness. Many strangers have offered him food, water, money, rides and even housing when he needed it. “I can easily pinpoint the few hardships, but there is so much over-

whelming positivity that I can’t easily single one scenario out," Nelson said. "The love and community I have experienced has been beautiful. It is refreshing to see how the world really is outside of the mainstream media market, where every story is negative and keeps the country divided." So far, Nelson has gone through days hungry, dehydrated and sleepdeprived. However, one thing he isn’t in danger of losing is his sense of humor, which he has even used to his advantage on occasions. One day, having gotten sick from overheating and overexertion, Nelson decided to try hitchhicking to the nearest town down the road. He stuck out his thumb and watched as car after car passed him by.


Causes/links You can follow Shane’s journey on his Instagram at shanesnelson/ You can donate to Frank’s cause at You can follow Jared’s cause on his Facebook page, “Walking Across Amarrowca” at

“Taking a page out of the Joe Dirt movie, I made a sign that said ‘won’t kill you’ and tried my luck," Nelson said. "This time, the first car stopped. I guess all people need is a little assurance." Music: The great unifier

the human element A substantial focus of Nelson’s film is collecting the unique stories of the strangers he meets during his trek. Nelson starts his interviews and learns the personal testimonies of those he

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Shane Nelson, center, poses with friends old and new at Bonaroo, one of the music festivals on his plotted route across America.



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A subject that Left primarily focuses on is music, which Nelson wanted to cover by seeking out street performers, upcoming artists and unknowns, as well as attending several big musical festivals, including Bonnaroo, Counterpoint and The Grateful Dead Reunion show. Nelson was ultimately unable to receive the proper credentials to film at these events, but he is still satisfied with the footage he was able to collect from other upstart musicians. And even while he cannot share the shows with his audience, Nelson said they been a great part of his own experience. “The Grateful Dead concert was

absolutely incredible," he said. "The first night, they passed out roses and you immediately felt like you were a part of something bigger than yourself. It will go down as one of the best concerts I will ever witness in my lifetime." Nelson added, "Festivals bring together people in a way that nothing else can. It is like an escape from reality — although many would say that it is a trip back into reality, a vacation from the facade and a chance to be a part of what life should really be like. Community and love are all around you, unified by the music and the atmosphere.”

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'Driving Miss Daisy' — bigger and better than ever Revival on Performing Arts Center stage celebrates career of PAC director Carol Thompson being forced to give up driving. Her son, Boolie, played by Alan Tyson, hires Hoke Colburn, a middle-aged black man, as his mother’s chauffeur. Hoke, portrayed by Mical Whitaker, manages to be exceedingly patient, quiet and respectful, while maintaining his dignity and eventually develops a close friendship with Miss Daisy." Since that first performance in 2009, Carol Thompson was promoted to the director of the Performing Arts Center, and Mical Whitaker was inducted into the Georgia Theatre Hall of Fame. They, in addition to Alan Tyson and director Gary Dartt, have been part of the Statesboro arts scene since before the Averitt Center broke ground, and have played big roles in getting that arts scene to where it is now. Daisy has played no small part in that process. "We love the show," Thompson said "I think it's timeless. The three of us just have such a connection with each other and with the characters that it makes it very heartwarming and very special for us." Thompson, who is about to retire from a long career in the arts sector, chose to include the revival performance of Daisy in the PAC's season as a retirement gift — not to herself, but to her audience. "Everybody's loved it, and they always say 'When are you going to do it again?' " Thompson said. "So I felt that this was the perfect time. It felt that I could give something back to the audience for them to enjoy." Other theaters and companies — including the 2013 broadcast production by Angela Lansbury and James

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One of the magical aspects of theatre is that each show is one of a kind. There is no saving and no downloading, and even a recording of a performance falls short of the magic that comes of watching a story unfold live. When an audience member watches a particularly captivating show, the experience is usually a singular one. They will never see that show, performed exactly that way, ever again, and oftentimes they will never get to see the same production with the same cast revived. Which is why this particular event is so special: The original cast of the Averitt Center for the Arts' 2009 production of Driving Miss Daisy is returning for an encore performance, this time on the big stage of the Performing Arts Center on Georgia Southern University's campus. This is not the first time Daisy has been revived. In fact, a year after its successful first run — which played three sold-out shows — the Averitt Center staged the show again in the spring of 2010 and sold out again. Daisy also has enjoyed several other smaller stagings, including a performance at East Georgia College for the Swainsboro Arts Council in March and short scenes for various events throughout the years. Whatever the magic is, something about Daisy has a hold on the Statesboro and Bulloch County communities. The original press releases summarize the Averitt Center's production of Alfred Uhry's play like this: "Elderly Daisy Werthan, played by Carol Thompson, is a feisty, irascible curmudgeon who resents the loss of her independence from


Miss Daisy, portrayed by Carol Thompson, right, takes the hand of Hoke (Mical Whitaker) and tells him he's her best friend during the Averitt STARs community theater's production of "Driving Miss Daisy" in 2009. The show will be revived at the Performing Arts Center Saturday, Aug. 29, at 7:30 p.m. Earl Jones — often play up the comedy of Daisy's script. While Thompson and Co.'s production certainly honors those comedic moments, Thompson said that their approach is decidedly more empathetic. "We interpret the show as a very intimate building of a human relationship between two totally different people," she said. "And over 25 years, they just develop a friendship of a lifetime. So we see it a little different." She then added, laughing, "But maybe that's because we're all Southerners."

Thompson said she hoped this would not be Daisy's last hurrah on the local stage, but for now, the PAC's performance is the only one projected for the near future. The show will take place Aug. 29 at 7:30 p.m., and it will be followed by a reception, featuring wine and light h'orderves, in which audience members can mingle with the cast and crew. Tickets are $24 for community members and $10 for youth and GSU students. And get them quickly. After all, Daisy has a history of selling out.w

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Up with People brings the world to the Boro raising awareness of social justice and equality through music. "The Journey" show will take place at Statesboro High School on Saturday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for children, students and seniors, and they can be purchased at the door, through the Averitt Center for the Arts box office or online at During the week leading up to their live variety show, the group will be volunteering with several different nonprofit and education groups throughout Bulloch County, including: Habitat for Humanity, Fostering Bulloch, the Boys & Girls Club, Choices of the Heart, Safe Haven and a few of the local schools. While in the Statesboro Aug. 24–31, Up with People will also live with local


The Up with People cast will perform a special two-hour, high-energy musical variety show called "The Journey" on Aug. 28 at Statesboro High School, starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are available through the Averitt Center for the Arts box office. host families to share cultures and customs. Host families are still being sought. Just before the show, at 4 p.m. on Aug. 28, Up with People will host an Open Door Day to invite young adults from Statesboro and the surrounding areas to come learn how they can travel and perform in one of Up with

People's 22-week sessions. College students may be interested to know that they can earn 12 university credit hours for participation in the program — all while traveling around the world with an eclectic, multinational group of musical millennials. Janne Van Doorslaer, 22, of

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The multinational cast of Up with People is in the middle of an international tour to mark the group’s 50th anniversary of helping and entertaining communities of all sizes — and on Friday, Aug. 28, they'll be bringing their show back to Statesboro. Up with People visited Statesboro back in 2013, but if you saw their last show, have no fear: This year's production is a completely different affair. The all-new show, “The Journey,” is a Broadway-style musical variety show that takes audience members on a voyage spanning decades and cultural borders, with music from around the world and from many different time periods. Performed by a cast of 120 singers, dancers and musicans representing 20 different countries, "The Journey" puts a high-energy focus on

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The Thing's stone body gives him epic strength and makes him virtually indestructible — but not, alas, invulnerable to terrible writing and the ire of movie critics.

The sight of Miles Teller bound to an examination table, arms and legs stretched out well beyond normal human length, is a perfect metaphor for Fantastic Four. It’s 20 minutes of story painfully stretched into a 90-minute film. The setup takes its time but offers some promise. Teller plays Reed Richards, a child genius who teams up with some other gifted youngsters to work on a top-secret teleportation project. When the government threatens to steal their work, Richards and his team decide to test it out themselves, and an ill-fated trip to a parallel dimension gives superpowers to four characters while one member of the team is left behind. Richards winds up with the aforementioned extendable appendages. Johnny Storm (Michael B. Jordan) becomes the Human Torch, thanks to a new ability to control fire. His adopted sister Sue (Kate Mara) can become invisible, and Richards’ childhood buddy Ben (Jamie Bell) turns into a rock version of the Incredible Hulk called "the Thing." The problem is that this setup is pretty much the whole movie. The origin story drags itself out at an almost comically slow pace. Eventually, the four brand-new superheroes have to square off against the guy they left in the parallel dimension (Victor Von Doom, played by Toby Kebbell). Left on his own, Doom has become a megalomaniacal supervillain bent on the

destruction of the planet he left behind. Not that anyone is surprised. When you grow up with a name like Doom, your career path is pretty much laid out for you. The truth is that just as with Sony’s recent Spider-Man reboot, Fantastic Four exists only so Twentieth Century Fox can maintain its rights to the Marvel property. Things look even worse when you realize that Fantastic Four had such a low bar to begin with. Fox already tried to get this franchise off the ground 10 years ago, but the two films it produced were such critically panned flops that even a minimum of competence here would have been considered a success. If there’s a plus side, the effects aren’t too bad, and there is some genuine talent in the cast. But it’s wasted on a movie that stumbles all over itself. Scenes are padded with excessive ponderous gazes from actors who could have used the time for character development. When something does happen, characters like Richards use expository dialogue to telegraph parts of the story that aren’t being told. Or they give impassioned speeches meant to evoke emotional responses the film hasn’t earned. The humor falls flat, none of the characters generate any real chemistry, and most of the time the interesting action either happens off-screen or during long passages of time that title cards skip us over. This one just isn’t worth your time.w

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AQUARIUS (Jan. 20– Feb. 19) — Joint ventures do not look promising. Check over your personal papers. Legal and financial affairs are best dealt with before problems become too big to handle on your own. PISCES (Feb. 20– March 20) — People you encounter will be demanding and time-consuming today. Set limits on what you will and won't do, or you will have no time to achieve your personal goals. ARIES (March 21– April 19) — Jealousy is apparent. By keeping your private affairs to yourself, you will outwit anyone trying to meddle in your personal life. TAURUS (April 20– May 20) — You will gain a new perspective from someone with an interesting point of view. A younger family member will lead you on an intriguing adventure. Romance is in the stars. GEMINI (May 21–June 20) — You need to slow down. Trying to please everyone will lead to frustration and stress. Focus on what makes you happy. Secret information will be revealed. CANCER (June 21– July 22) — You will have a full and productive day, provided you don't let others interfere in your plans. Try to help others without sacrificing your own freedom.w

Holli Deal Saxon AWWW NUTS — Two men cheated the Green Man (at Green Man’s Corner) out of a bag of boiled peanuts by paying for them with a fake $10 bill. LET'S GET IT ON — A Springfield man came to Statesboro to shoplift personal lubricant and a box of condoms from Wal-Mart. HAVING A DOMESTIC — An Ash Branch Church couple arguing caught the attention of a neighbor, who heard someone yelling at the other to “drop the bat.” The woman involved was angry because the man was drinking with friends instead of helping care for their sick child. They argued more when he said he was

going to ride four-wheelers with his friends, and he damaged her car by kicking it and pouring gasoline on it. Fearing the man was planning to set the car on fire, the woman grabbed a bat and jabbed him in the hip to stop him from lighting the car up. OOPS, WRONG HOUSE — A Herschel Drive woman was surprised to find a man she didn’t know on her couch. He was drunk and thought he was at a friend’s house next door. ILLEGAL ADD-ON — A man who sold scrap metal to Allied Metals for about $14 added a “1” to the check he received as payment, making it appear to be written for about $114. Warrants will be taken out for forgery.w

"LEFT", from page 13 meets by asking them, “What is happiness?” Nelson has been touched by many testimonies, but most moving one so far has been that of Frank Barham, a paraplegic who was wheeling his way from Atlanta to Savannah in an attempt to raise funds and awareness for other Americans with disabilities. A week after meeting each other, Barham was killed in a tragic car accident that also took the life of Margaret Kargbo, one of his team members. “It was so sad, but positivity still came out of the story," Nelson said. "To Frank, ‘happiness was a sense of fulfillment; a sense of purpose.’ ... He fulfilled his definition of happiness all the way to the end." Nelson has been able to meet many selfless individuals with goals similar to Barham during his walk. Another notable person Nelson praises is Jared Reichbaum, a man Nelson recently came into contact with during his trek through Iowa. Reichbaum is on his own walk for “Be The Match,” America’s largest bone marrow registry, by collecting swab samples and raising awareness. Since their initial encounter, the two walkers have agreed to walk together to San Francisco. “The first day, my front tire kept

UP, from page 17 Belgium, is participating in Up with People for the first time as her gap semester in the middle of her masters program, in which she is studying work and organizational psychology. The experience has been an immersive one for her, putting her onstage for the first time and plunging her into the company of wildly different people. In addition to the fun of the travel, performance and getting to meet new people, Van Doorslaer said that she is gaining plenty of pre-profressional experience as well. "I think all those skills that you learn here, like public speaking or doing interviews, help you grow as a person,

breaking and we had to cut our walk short," Nelson said. "Strangely enough, the next morning Jared received a message from the family of a young girl named Emily that he had met at the hospital. She had become unresponsive. Since we were still nearby, Jared and I visited the hospital and he was able to visit with her one last time before leaving. It was a very humbling experience. Jared has walked every step of the way from Atlantic City, New Jersey and is walking to San Francisco. I have so much respect for Jared and his mission." Currently heading towards Nebraska, Nelson has high hopes that Barham and Reichbaum’s stories, along with others he collected, will challenge his audience to be more active in their lives and more contributing to the world. “I want people to look inside themselves for the answers to the questions that I ask during my interviews," Nelson said. "There are too many questions that need answers, too many experiences yet to be had, and too much division between people groups. I hope my film will challenge them to see that everyone is different, but it is our freedom to be different that makes us equal. We are all human. Some people just can't seem to realize that."w

and I think it will help me in my studies and later in my life," Van Doorslaer said. "I really felt that it was the right moment, and I love traveling, so I felt like it was the right time to do it!" Statesboro will be one of only 15 stops in the United States portion of the tour. As part of their 18-month celebration to the world — with more than 45 stops across the United States, Europe and Mexico — the Up with People cast also will be going to Brussels, Belgium, Mexico City, Mexico, Munich, Germany, Orlando and Rome. Anyone interested in hosting a cast member or learning more about the program may contact Chelsea Glosser at (216) 258-8181 or


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2 Bed, 1.5 Bath $550/ month 1 bedroom/1 bath $385/month Including water No Pets! Call 912-587-5062

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Triple-wide MH

2 apartments $1450 and 5717 White Bluff Road, Savannah, $1475/month + deposit. 2, GA 31405 E.O.I. bedroom, stove, refrigerator, washer/dryer, dishwasher. Across fro GSU. Statesboro. Call 478-494-6798 or 912Real Estate 562-3075 For Rent

Apartments For Rent Available Now

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

66 Packinghouse Rd Statesboro, GA Now Accepting Applications For 1, 2, 3, bedrooms 912-764-6797 or 1-800-225-0056

2 bed/1 bath starting at $695

Elderly lady looking for a good running car in the range of $800. Call 912-541-1894.

3 bed/2 bath starting at $850


912- 681-9473 Statesboro, GA



Quiet Neighborhood, in Statesboro GA 1BR Apartment, close to town, perfect for serious student/professional, pets/ security-deposit required, $340-400/mo. (912) 5311076 On 3 acres mins from I-16, nice 2br/2ba mobile home. $500 plus deposit. No pets. 912-839-4813

Automotive Cars/Trucks/Vans

1989 Ford Bronco XLT

Full size with 8000 PD winch. $3000 or best offer. 912-654-4947. Call or leave message.

2006 Coachman Spirit of America

Camper trailer. 19ft pull behind. Sleeps 4 adults. Excellent condition. Two owners. Price includes towing package $6900 firm. 912-531-3286.

G3 Eagle 176 Boat,

17’ 8”, 70hp 4-stroke Yamaha, custom trailer and boat cover. All welded construction for no leak and no rattle.  Many extras for ready-tofish convince: life jackets, paddle,  anchor, etc, etc. Even a full tank of marine grade fuel ,   Call Ray @ 912.580.1310

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Direct Support Professionals

needed in Springfield, GA to provide care to adults who have a developmental disability. Please visit for information and online application instructions. EOE. Drug Free Workplace we participate in E-Verify.

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