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Mical Whitaker portrays Statesboro educator Williams James during the 2014 "Tales from the Tomb" tours. The tours will be held Sept. 24 this year.

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Local history from beyond the grave Annual "Tales from the Tomb" gets early start this year The annual Bulloch County Cemetery, feature local actors porHistorical Society’s “Tales from the traying a host of “spirits” of past Tomb” tours will take place a bit Statesboro residents who left their earlier this year, with tours featuring marks on the community. “spirits” of some of Statesboro’s past The spirit of Prince H. Preston prominent citizens taking place Jr., a Statesboro attorney Thursday, Sept. 24. who first served in Tickets are available the Georgia House for $10 each at the of Representatives Statesboro Herald (1935-38) and later office at 1 Proctor in the United Street, said Joe States House of When? Sept. 24, beginning at 5:30 p.m. McGlamery, presRepresentatives, ident of both the will be one “spirit” Where? Eastside Bulloch County to greet tourists, Cemetery, Statesboro Historical Society McGlamery said. How much? $10 per and the Statesboro Preston served in person the United States Herald. Tickets? Purchase in perArmy after com The 2015 Tales from son at 1 Proctor Street, or the Tomb “has an outpleting his term call (912) 764-9031 standing lineup,” he said. with the Georgia The tours, which last House of from 5:30 to 7:15 p.m. See TOMB, page 21 at Statesboro’s Eastside

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Over the last few weeks, the party scene like the plague. I’ve spent a good deal of time I liked going to community talking to community leaders and dances — like, of the ballroom members about the many pervariety — at the Howard ceptions of Statesboro: what it is, Center, and I would pick a what people think it is, and what it house party over a bar every could — and maybe should — be. time. My idea of a great night Part of this contemwas a tight group of friends plation has been inspired by getting tipsy and playing nerdy Brittani Howell board games, making dinner the continuing emphasis on Statesboro’s advancement in and watching movies. I’m a the America’s Best Communities comterrible litmus test for what college stupetition, in which we are (in case you dents in Statesboro might want out of haven’t heard) a quarterfinalist for the their town. $3-million grand prize. It has also been I also have something of an opposition to the question. This isn’t a town prompted by the Step into Statesboro “for” young people, and it shouldn’t event that took place a few weeks ago, be. While a huge chunk of the popuin which Georgia Southern’s Office for lation is made up of young people, the Leadership and Civic Engagement led remainder lies outside that age range— a group of about 400 student leaders and since many of the young people downtown for a get-to-know-you only live here for four-year shifts, older session between the students and the residents and young families make up Statesboro community. the bulk of the permanent population. I had the pleasure of talking to Wendy Denton and Danyel Addes of And that latter group, arguably, has the Step into Statesboro program, and more of a right to decide what amethey’ve given me insights into the comnities and resources Statesboro needs. munity that I likely would not have These two demographics create a weird tension, and it’s difficult to look found on my own. According to their from the outside and determine what research, the median resident age for people in Statesboro is 22 years old. Of each group wants and needs. So instead registered voters in Bulloch County, of conjecturing, for my own edification, 48 percent are between the ages of I just want to ask: What do YOU, my 18–29. As Denton says in her prereaders, want out of Statesboro? What sentation, this really is a city of young kind of entertainment, cultural holes do people. we have that an entrepreneur could fill? But it isn’t really a city FOR young What kind of community events do you people, is it? As an editor in the enterwant to see happen? tainment scene, I can’t tell you how This is an open call for suggestions. often I hear people say that there just I am hoping, in the next few months, isn’t much for young people to do to have a lot of discussions with comaround here besides going to bars. And munity leaders and downtown develpersonally, as a young person on a very opers about the directions Statesboro tight budget who prefers to stay far may be headed, and I’d love to be able away from bars, I can’t often find things to talk about what locals — student to do myself. Music is all well and good, and resident alike — want out of their and I really enjoy going to all of the city. Send me an email, drop a note at plays and theater events — but I know the Herald office or send Connect a that for someone who doesn’t get press Facebook post. We want to know what passes, attending all these events can you have to say. be expensive. And I’m sorry, but you *This is a fairly hypothetical situcan only go to The Clubhouse so many ation. No one in any position of leadtimes in a short timeframe before you ership asks me this; it’s mostly just just get bowling burn-out. speculating with my friends. Here’s the thing, though: When I get asked “What do young people want in a Brittani Howell is the editor of Connect city?”* I find it really difficult to answer. Statesboro. If you'd like to reach out, shoot a I’m not the typical “young person.” Even message to editor@connectstatesboro.com!w as an undergrad at Mercer, I avoided


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

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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.

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GSU Recreational Activities Center, Auxiliary Gym — Blood drive, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Statesboro Regional Public Library — Staying Safe in the Community: A conversation with Cpl. Justin Samples, Statesboro Police Department. Free and open to the public, 2 p.m. Locos — Daniel Navarro, 5 p.m. Statesboro Regional Public Library — Beekeeping information session with Brent Tharp, President of the Ogeechee Area Beekeepers Association. Free and open to the public, 6 p.m. El Sombrero (Fair Rd.) — Trivia, 7:30–9:30 p.m. GSU Performing Arts Center — Faculty showcase of classic music, free and open to the public,

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All around town — Georgia Southern Family Weekend begins! GSU Planetarium — Planetarium show: Dynamic Earth, exploring the inner workings of Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and biosphere, narrated by Liam Neeson. Free and open to the public, but donations of canned food for the Statesboro Food Bank are appreciated. Showing every 30 minutes from 6–9:30 p.m. Trinity Episcopal Church — Department of Music faculty recital with Tamara Harper, soprano, and Michael Braz, piano, 7 p.m. GSU Sweetheart Circle — UPB-Outdoor Movie: Jurassic World. Free and open to the public, 8:30 p.m. GATA’s — Carry On, 9 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Moose Kick, 10 p.m. South City Tavern — The Orange Constant, 10 p.m.

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Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market, 9 a.m.– 12:30 p.m. GSU Paulson Stadium —Georgia Southern vs. The Citadel, 6 p.m. South City Tavern — John-Michael O’Leary and Bossman, 7 p.m. Dingus Magee’s — Universal Sigh, 9 p.m. Millhouse — Steven Baird Percussion, 10 p.m.

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Conference Center, Assembly Hall, Room 1915 — “The Latino Americans – Episode One: Foreigners in Their Own Land,” 7–9 p.m. The first of six documentary films chronicling the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos in the United States. Free and open to the public. GSU Performing Arts Center — Author talk with Patrick Combs, “Major in Success.” 7 p.m., free and open to the public

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

GATA’s — Cornhole Tournament, 6 a.m.– 10 p.m.

Mellow Mushroom — Trivia, 8 p.m.

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

Locos — Trivia, 9 p.m.

Dingus Magee’s — Trivia, 9 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Trivia, 9 p.m.

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GSU Performing Arts Center — Author talk with Patrick Combs, “Major in Success.” 2 p.m., free and open to the public Gnat’s Landing — Trivia, 6:30 p.m. GSU Nessmith-Lane

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

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Locos — Daniel Navarro, 5 p.m. Statesboro Regional Public Library — Homesteading workshop: Lotion Bars. Kainat Josephiné will lead a lotion bar making workshop, where participants will learn now to make lotion

Center — The Complete History of Comedy (abridged). Tickets: $22 for patrons, $19 for GSU faculty and staff. 7:30 p.m. Locos — Chyann Rose, 8 p.m. Southern Billiards & Bar — Will Hauptle’s Acoustic Funk, 9 p.m.

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Averitt Center for the Arts — The Boarding House Reach, an Averitt STARS production. Tickets: $14 for adults, $10 for youth. 2 p.m. Southern Billiards & Burgers — Pool tourney, 8 p.m., $10 entry fee

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Averitt Center for the Arts — The Boarding House Reach, an Averitt STARS production. Tickets: $14 for adults, $10 for youth. 7:30 p.m.

Locos — Cornhole tournament, 7 p.m.

GATA’s — The Kinky Aphrodisiacs, 9 p.m.

El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m.

South City Tavern — BYOG, 10 p.m.

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

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Gnat’s Landing — DJ and karaoke, 9 p.m.

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GATA’s — Coty James, 8 p.m.

GSU Foy Building — On The Verge concert series, featuring pianist Jenny Q. Chai. Free and open to the public, 7:30 p.m.

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

El Jalapeño — Live DJ and karaoke, 8–11 p.m.

Wild Wing Café — Relay for Life music night, featuring Daniel Navarro, Southern Crossroads Band and Brent Stephens, 6– 11 p.m.

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Downtown Statesboro (Sea Island Bank parking lot) — Mainstreet Statesboro Farmers Market, 9 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Bigshow’s Burgers and Bar —The Apprehended, 7 p.m. Averitt Center for the Arts — The Boarding House Reach, an Averitt STARS production. Tickets: $14 for adults, $10 for youth. 7:30 p.m. GSU Performing Arts

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Exit Stage Right play writing contest announces submission deadline The 6th Annual Exit Stage Right 10 Minute Play Writing Contest is an opportunity for aspiring playwrights to show off their skills and compete for a cash prize, as well as to see their play directed and produced during the Reader’s Theatre Production, “Works in Progress,” on April 27, 2016, at 7 p.m. All entries for the contest must be received by noon Friday, Nov. 20, 2015. Interested playwrights can submit their work in care of Professor Sebastian Verdis in the School of

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Humanities at East Georgia State College’s Statesboro campus. Winners will be notified in January of 2016. To submit a work to this competition, please complete a submission form, which can be found at the front desk of EGSC-Statesboro, or online at www.ega.edu. Scripts must be written by one or more people who are students and faculty of EGSC, or members of the community served by EGSC. Musicals and screenplays are not eligible, nor are adaptations of other authors’ works. Please submit two copies of your play: one with your name and the other without. Scripts will not be returned. For formatting guidelines, please see the contests' Rules and Requirements, which can be found at www.ega.edu.w

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On the Verge concert series brings piano virtuoso Jenny Q Chai to perform at Georgia Southern University, teach piano master class When Jenny Q Chai arrives in Statesboro for her Sept. 25 concert, she will have just appeared as the soloist to perform Philippe Manoury’s concerto at the inaugural concert of Warsaw Festival with the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra. While in Statesboro, the American-Chinese piano prodigy will be conducting a piano master class and a workshop for Georgia Southern’s composition students. Her concert will be held Friday, Sept. 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Carol A. Carter Recital Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. An artist of singular vision, pianist Jenny Q Chai is widely renowned for her ability to illuminate musical connections throughout the centuries. With razor-sharp intention, Chai integrates her prodigy’s training with personal fascinations in the latest in live electronics, artificial intelligence and environmental research, creating layered multimedia programs and events which explore and unite elements of science, nature and art. Based both in Shanghai and New York City, Chai’s instinctive understanding of new music is complemented by a deep grounding in core repertoire, with special affinity for Schumann, Scarlatti, Beethoven, Bach,

Debussy and Ravel. She is also a noted interpreter of 20th-century masters Cage, Messiaen, Kurtág and Ligeti. Her career is threaded through with strong relationships and close collaborations with a range of notable contemporary composers, including Marco Stroppa, Jaroslaw Kapuscinski and György Kurtág, among others. With a deft poetic touch, Chai weaves these wide-ranging composers and repertoire into a gorgeous and lucid musical tapestry. Chai has won acclaim for performances in New York City, at Carnegie Hall (Zankel), le Poisson Rouge, Roulette and Symphony Space. She has appeared throughout the U.S., Germany, Belgium and Spain; and at the Gaudeamus New Music, the Festival Leo Brouwer in Cuba, and the Darmstadt International Festival for New Music. In China, she has appeared regularly at the Shanghai Concert Hall, and is widely known as a leading advocate for contemporary music, having given the Chinese premiere of numerous contemporary masterworks, including works by Messiaen, Cage and the very first prepared piano concert in the country. Chai is also an active lecturer on topics such as music and technology

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An artist of singular vision, pianist Jenny Q Chai is widely renowned for her ability to illuminate musical connections throughout the centuries, and she'll be bringing that ability to a Sept. 25 concert at Georgia Southern's Carol A. Carter recital hall. and music entrepreneurship at venues such as Harvard University, New York University, Manhattan School of Music, Chicago College of Performing Arts and Fudan University in China. Her immersive approach to music is also channeled into her work with FaceArt Institute of Music, the Shanghai-based organization she founded and runs, offering music education and an international exchange of music and musicians in China and beyond. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the New York City-based contemporary music organization Ear to Mind. Chai’s talents have been showcased on recordings for labels such as Deutschlandfunk, Naxos and ArpaViva. Her next album on the solo piano music of Marco Stroppa

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and György Kurtág will soon be released. The recipient of the Yvar Mikhashoff Trust’s 2011 Pianist/ Composer Commissioning Project, the DAAD Arts and Performance award in 2010 and first prize winner of the Keys to the Future Contemporary Solo Piano Festival, Jenny Q Chai studied at the Shanghai Music Conservatory, the Curtis Institute of Music, the Manhattan School of Music and in Cologne University of Music and Dance with Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Her teachers include Aimard, Seymour Lipkin, Solomon Mikowsky and Anthony de Mare, as well as close consultation with Marilyn Nonken, Chai’s thesis adviser for her doctoral dissertation, Manifesto on Marco Stroppa’s Miniature Estrose.w

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At last: The 'Metal Gear' game we all deserve

the story isn’t as deep and centered on long, drawn-out cut scenes like past iterations, there is still plenty to go around to keep gamers interested and enthralled. Day-and-night cycles that run real-time also add to an already impressive environment. Players looking for a true espionage game where they call all the shots will be delighted with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Adapting and improvising on the fly has never been more imperative than in this game and should bring a welcomed change of pace to players used to set objectives and missions. Kojima has made the Metal Gear game we all deserved and yearned for, and I believe he ended the series on a good note.w

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With its 11th and final pistols, assault rifles, bininstallment in the Metal oculars, maps, explosives Gear series and fifth and more for his covert within the series’ chronooperations. The Phantom logical series, Kojima Pain encourages players productions and Konami to be stealthy and avoid Digital Entertainment killing throughout the have released Metal Gear game, by using non-lethal Tim Webb Solid V: The Phantom Pain. weapons like the tranquilizer The new iteration is an open-world darts. Players can traverse the open action-adventure stealth game that world in cars, tanks, on foot and on was designed, directed, horseback. There co-produced and coare also AI comREVIEW written by Hideo Kojima. panions who help 'Metal Gear Solid V: Snake in situations, The game was released Sept. 1 on Microsoft and whose abilities The Phantom Pain' Windows, PlayStation 3, and effectiveness PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 will depend upon and Xbox One. the players’ rela The game follows tionship with the Developer: Kojima Punished “Venom” companion. Productions Snake as he sneaks into Phantom Pain is Publisher: Konami Digital Afghanistan and the by far the deepest Entertainment Angola-Zaire border. and most dynamic Platform: Microsoft Windows, Like previous Metal Metal Gear game PlayStation 3, PlayStation4, Gear games, players found in the Xbox 360, Xbox One can sneak around the series. The sheer game world from point to point by magnitude of the open world has remaining undetected from enemy redefined stealth games and given guards. Snake’s arsenal includes new life to the genre. Players will

find themselves breaking into bases and installations to free prisoners, acquire weapons and capture enemy soldiers to build up your own mother base for a hidden fortress and army named Outer Heaven. What’s great about the open world nature of the game is that players do not have a set way to tackle any mission. Players have a free choice to be as stealthy as they like or just run in with guns blazing. As expected, the graphics and cinematography are beautiful and really give you the impression you are playing a movie and not a game. Keifer Sutherland does a good job as the new voice of Snake and all other voice acting is nicely done — as always in a Metal Gear game. While


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That's more like it! Georgia Southern bounces back in victory against West Virginia What a difference a week makes. After the loss to West Virginia, it was doom and gloom for much of Eagle Nation. As bad as the season-opening 44-0 loss felt, I tried to remain optimistic — and even picked Alex Georgia Southern to beat Western Michigan. But I did not envision the Eagles blowing out the Broncos the way they did. After re-watching the West Virginia game during the middle of the week, I didn’t feel like it was as bad as I originally thought when I wrote last week’s column. In Week 1 against the Mountaineers, Southern

just couldn’t seem to break the big plays on offense that Eagle fans have grown accustomed to. That was not the case in Week 2 against Western Michigan. The Eagles allowed a field goal on the Broncos’ opening drive, but scored Brown 23 unanswered points and never looked back en route to a 43-17 blowout of the Mid-American Conference’s preseason No. 2 team. Western Michigan was feeling pretty good about a respectable 13-point loss to the nation’s No. 5 team, Michigan State, to open the season. And, after seeing what happened to Georgia Southern in Week 1, the

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Georgia Southern running back Matt Breida slithers through the Western Michigan for a 9-yard touchdown run during the first quarter at Paulson Stadium Saturday. The score was the first of four touchdowns for Breida. Broncos had to like their chances against the Eagles. And so did the socalled experts. WMU was a 4.5-point favorite. Last week, we did not award a game ball to anyone — which may have been a bit harsh. Once again, after watching the game a second time, it wasn’t as bad as I originally felt. Maybe it was just the long trip home talking, and maybe West Virginia is just really, really good. So, since we didn’t give a game ball out last week, let’s give two out this week. And the choices are pretty obvious. Our first game ball goes to Matt Breida. Mr. Breida, as Western Michigan may now call him, went off for 176 yards and four touchdowns on just 11 carries. He broke touchdown runs of 4, 9, 34 and 70 yards after a fairly quiet season opener. The second game ball goes to Antonio Glover. Glover had three interceptions Saturday night and the Eagles turned the Broncos over four times total — much better than the performance at West Virginia, where the Mountaineers won the turnover battle 5-0. Glover also had seven tackles — just two off of Matt Dobson’s team-leading nine. Now that all seems right once again in the world, Georgia Southern

hosts longtime Southern Conference rival The Citadel this week. The Eagles get quarterback Kevin Ellison back after a two-game suspension. The Bulldogs are 2-0 on the young season, with wins over Davidson (69-0) and Western Carolina (28-10). The Citadel has always given Georgia Southern fits. No matter how good Georgia Southern has been, it seems the Bulldogs have always been a tough matchup for the Eagles. The Citadel runs the option that Eagle fans are used to seeing — and have run it well so far this season. Rushing totals of 535 yards against Davidson and 341 yards against Western Carolina have been pretty impressive, but I have a feeling Georgia Southern’s defense will be much better than either of those two opponents. Tattler Prediction: Both teams run the ball a lot, so don’t blink. This game will go by quickly. The Citadel will do to the Eagles what the Eagles have done to so many more talented opponents over the years. The Bulldogs will move the ball and eat up the clock, which will keep the game closer than expected. But Southern will pull away in the second half with superior talent and more depth. Eagles 38, Bulldogs 21w


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Come meet the 'Bad Boys of Abridgement' troupe that leads the audience through 105 minutes of fast, funny and physical sketches exploring what makes us laugh, including wordplay, music, improv and everyone’s new favorite comedy bit, the top 10 list. Called “the Bad Boys of Abridgment,” they have performed the world over, including OffBroadway, at the White House, the Kennedy Center, and London’s West End. To purchase tickets, please contact the PAC Box Office at (912) 4787999, or visit them in person at 847 Plant Drive, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are also available for purchase online at www. georgiasouthern.edu/pac by clicking

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The three gentlemen of the Reduced Shakespeare Company — a.k.a., the "bad boys of abridgement" — will be making laughs and taking names at the Performing Arts Center Sept. 26 in "The History of Comedy (abridged)." the eTix logo. Detailed show information and ticket prices, as well as pictures and

video clips can also be found on the PAC website at www.georgiasouthern.edu/pac.w

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Averitt STARS present 'Boarding House Reach' A teenage boy wants a bicycle more than just about anything else in the world, but he seems to be allergic to the hard work necessary to earning the money to buy it. He needs an enterprising get-rich-quick scheme, and he finds it when his parents unexpectedly leave town for week. With all that empty space in the house, what’s a clever, hard-up kid to do? Rent out the home as a boarding house, of course. Nothing could possibly go wrong. Donald Payton’s The Boarding House Reach is a romping comedy and Leave It to Beaver-style caper, featuring a sizeable ensemble of larger-than-life characters, who will all be treading the boards of the Emma Kelly Stage at the Averitt Center for the Arts. Pro wrestlers in the parents’ bedroom? Check.

Mysterious, silent and possibly insane old lady whose preferred hobby is staring at people until they become obviously uncomfortable? Check. Bank robbers masquerading as average Joe’s while toting suitcases full of stolen cash? Check. The show will run Sept. 25–26 at 7:30 p.m., with a Sunday matinee Sept. 27 at 2 p.m. The Saturday show will be preceded by a “Boarding House Dinner on the Grounds,” a boarding house-style dinner at which “participants will enjoy entertainment, fellowship and much more,” according to a press release. Director Tony Phillips answered a few questions for Connect Statesboro to make audience members feel right at home with The Boarding House Reach.

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The cast of "The Boarding House Reach" invites you to come join the family at the show running Sept. 25–27 at the Averitt Center for the Arts. Connect: What drew you to this particular script? Phillips: After directing Greater Tuna and Southern Hospitality, I’ve grown to love and cherish comedies. A friend, Deborah Braun, recommended it to me. When I

read it the first time I knew in my heart it would be a production I would enjoy directing and that the Statesboro community would enjoy watching.

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The Performing Arts Center at Georgia Southern University is excited to welcome the Reduced Shakespeare Company presenting The Complete History of Comedy (abridged) on Saturday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 pm. Called “a non-stop laugh fest” by critics, The Complete History of Comedy (abridged) covers comedy through the ages, from the Greek master of laughs Aristophanes and Shakespeare, to the eras of vaudeville, Charlie Chaplin and The Daily Show, and answers important, fundamental questions such as “Why, in fact, did the chicken cross the road?” The Reduced Shakespeare Company is a three-man comedy


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14 Special to Connect Jeff Yawn, top, and partner Jessica Zettler perform an snazzy introduction during last year's Dancing with the Statesboro Stars to benefit Safe Haven of Statesboro.

Statesboro Stars will be out for two nights The glitz, glamor and fun of Dancing with the Statesboro Stars has always been difficult to contain to one night. That's why, for the first time, this year's event will see two separate performances. The first show on Thursday, Oct. 1, will follow the pattern set by the last five years of the event's history: A red carpet affair following the style of the hit televised dance competition, with a full panel of judges looking to award the best dance team with the coveted Mirror Ball trophy. The encore performance on Sunday, Oct. 4, will be slightly more informal and relaxed — but the dancers will still

take the stage with all the energy they bring to the main event. Until Monday morning, event organizers were not even certain there would be an encore performance for the show — but they had a pretty good feeling it would be necessary. The event has achieved immense local popularity and has sold out three years in a row, twice in the 825-seat Performing Arts Center. They kept the encore performance as an emergency plan in case tickets sold out the morning of Sept. 14, the day they went on sale. Predictably, tickets were gone within two hours of the box office opening. Apparently, Statesboro just can't get enough of seeing its stars cut a rug.

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Dancing with the Statesboro Stars serves as one of the city’s biggest and most popular fundraising events, with all proceeds going to benefit Safe Haven. Safe Haven is an organi-

zation devoted to caring for victims of domestic violence, both physical and psychological. As its name suggests, it provides a facility to which people in abusive homes or relationships can escape for refuge and help of many

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Pro: Jessica Zettler Partner: John Witherington

Has been dancing for 25 years Will be performing quickstep, Charleston and jazz Why are you competing? As a teacher, I have known students who were kept safe by this program, and I am touched by the outpouring from the community every year. Fun Fact: My husband took dance classes to impress me when we first met. I guess it worked because we have been married for almost 4 years!

Star: Andrea Howard Partner: Bryan Realiza

Will be performing disco-inspired jazz Why are you competing? When asked by Ms. Melanie (Lewis) if I would dance, I knew I couldn’t tell her no. She puts so much time and energy into this fundraiser and I knew I would want to work with her to help raise as much money as possible for Safe Haven. Fun Fact: Most of my high school friends still call me Andie.

Star: Dr. Suketu Patel Partner: Katie Walker

Has been dancing for all his life Why are you competing? To showcase my graceful dance moves and for the opportunity to win the Mirror Ball! More importantly, to help create awareness and raise money for Safe Haven. Fun Fact: I spill food on myself during every meal.

Pro: Melanie Lewis Partner: Patrick Webb

Has been dancing since she was 3 years old Will be performing an upbeat hip-hop/rock medley Why are you competing? Dance has always been such a special part of my life. I was blessed to be able to start taking dance lessons at a very early age, and I fell in love with dancing and performing. I've always wanted to use my love of dance to help others and wow, God put Safe Haven in my life.


amount of grant money every year, but the amount has not adjusted over the years to account for Safe Haven’s growing client base. Rather than cut corners on the kinds of assistance they wanted to give their clients, the Statesboro Safe Haven staff got creative when it came to fundraising. That’s where Dancing with the Statesboro Stars came in. “We wanted to do something fun to give back to the community and at the same time raise money to help us with the services that our clients so desperately need,” Williams said. The show, however, is only the tip of the iceberg. Part of the event’s strength comes not only through community response, but from the efforts of the dancers themselves. Throughout the months of training and preparation, Safe Haven conducted events for the 12 dancing teams to educate them about Safe Haven’s mission, facilities and services. In turn, the dancers carry Safe Haven’s story out into the community, making the awareness the event raises reach farther and last longer than simply a night on the stage. In the months building up to the main event, the dancing teams have

been fundraising throughout the community in a competition to raise the most money for Safe Haven. Like in the TV show, the dancers can also raise money by getting people to vote for them online with a $1 donation that will go to Safe Haven. In addition to the ticket sales, money from votes make up a good chunk of the event’s earnings. While tickets are completely sold out for the Oct. 1 performance of DWTSS, there were still tickets available for the Sunday encore performance as of 4:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14. Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased through the PAC box office, either in person or by calling (912) 478-7999. Also, there is still time to participate through voting for the candidates at dancingwiththestatesborostars.com. Safe Haven will also put out a DVD of the show so that those who are unable to attend the event can enjoy the performances and support the organization’s cause. For more information about Safe Haven, visit their website at safehavenstatesboro.com. If you need to call for their services, call (912) 764-4605.w

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Pro: Stacie McDaniel Has been dancing since she was about 10 years old. Will be performing a jazz-funk fusion, inspired by the King of Pop Why did you choose this style? I really can't take too much credit for this one! My partner Chandler had a vision and it was a great one — so I just tried to find the right choreography that supported that vision. Fun Fact: I am liable to break out into song and dance at any moment, especially when I'm excited about something.

Star: Chandler Dennard Has been dancing since I was a kid. (I've always enjoyed dancing ... mainly because it was a great way to meet girls.)

Pro: Marcie Crosby Partner: Bubba Hunt

Has been dancing for 26 years Will be performing a fun jazz routine Why did you choose this style? As a child, the first type of dance style I took was jazz, and it's been a favorite genre ever since. Why are you competing? Raising funds for this worthy cause is the #1 reason I think we all compete. Fun Fact: I'm a football fanatic. I am especially known as a HUGE fan of the Buffalo Bills!

Star: Alex Salmon Partner: Gerald Hitchcock

Has been dancing for 15 years. (But it's been almost five years since I last put on a pair of dancing shoes!) Will be performing swing dancing, with a teaser of the tango! Why did you choose this style? I wanted our dance to be upbeat and energetic so that the crowd would be engaged in our routine. Our routine showcases my personality and is really fun! Fun Fact: Despite my many years of dancing, I am super clumsy!

Star: Erin Dalton

Partner: John Witherington Has been dancing since I met my partner back in May, and not a moment before. Will be performing a swing routine Why are you competing? A.) First and foremost, for the benefit of Safe Haven, of course! B.) I've wanted to learn to dance since I was a child. ... I really thought it would be super fun. THAT, I can tell you today, is a FACT. I have been having the time of my life!

Why are you competing? Like I said … I’ve always enjoyed dancing. Can’t think of a better reason to get up dance and make a fool of myself than doing it to raise money for a great cause. Fun Fact: Most people know that I was a cheerleader at Georgia Southern (1985–1989). ... But what people don’t know is that I played 5 sports in high school. I always loved competing; guess it’s the reason I’m a athletic director and coach today.

Meet the rest of the dancers at the event website, www.dancing withthestatesboro stars.com!

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different kinds. In addition to its on-site facilities — which include room and board for women and children needing somewhere to stay, children’s camps and rehabilitation services — Safe Haven provides legal advice, medical care, transportation assistance, help with school and childcare needs, a separate center for adult male victims of domestic violence and off-site transitional housing to help victims get back on their feet. Last year, Kimberly Williams, the associate director and legal advocate at Safe Haven, estimated that the local organization gets about 1200 crisis calls a year from the area it covers: Bulloch, Screven, Jenkins, Effingham, Candler and Washington counties. She said that almost 800 of those calls are from Bulloch County alone, with a high percentage coming in from Georgia Southern University or Ogeechee Technical College. With so many clients, all of this assistance takes time and a herculean effort on the part of Safe Haven’s staff. Just as important, however, is the money that enables the organization to provide the programs and assistance that it does. Safe Haven receives a flat


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and 58 percent over the age of 25. "It bodes well for the longevity of the film. Not only is it a date movie, but it's a film that girlfriends are going to go to together as well," said Rory Bruer, Sony's President of Worldwide Distribution. Audiences also gave the film a promising A- CinemaScore. The Visit also saw a majority female audience (60 percent) on opening weekend, although existing crowds gave this one a B- CinemaScore. This is the eighth successful $20-plus million opening for producer Jason Blum's Blumhouse Productions, which specializes in micro-budget horror films including the Insidious and Paranormal Activity series. In third place, War Room continues to prove mightily powerful with $7.4 million in its third weekend in theaters, but the faith-based categorization isn't always a sure revelation. A Walk in the Woods and Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation rounded out the top five with $4.7 million and $4.2 million, respectively. Mission: Impossible also earned a gigantic $91.3 million internationally this weekend, with China accounting for $86 million of the total. This weekend was in some ways the last gasp before the fall movie season starts in earnest with a number of high profile releases.w


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Core Credit Union has an immediate opening for a Teller/ Customer Services Representative Core Credit Union is an established & growing organization. Candidates must be team oriented and possess strong customer service skills. Primary responsibilities include opening new accounts and assisting customers with various services. High school diploma and 1-2 years of experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education & experience required. Candidates must be detail oriented, possess computer skills and strong communication skills. Salary based on experience. Excellent benefits package. mail resumes to: Core Credit Union PO Box 1987 Statesboro Ga 30459 EOE No Phone Calls

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Metter Ford is looking for a Sales Consultant. Applicants should possess excellent customer relation skills, a desire to succeed, but most importantly ethics, honesty and integrity. We offer an excellent pay plan, above-average benefits, including 401k, and a great working environment. Applicants should apply in person, fax a resume to 912-685-4876, or email a resume to metrford@pinland.net.

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The Statesboro Herald is looking for several new independent newspaper delivery contractors for the Bulloch County Area. Contracts will be awarded to energetic individuals who can ensure competent on time delivery to Herald customers by 6:30 am each morning. Overnight, weekend and holiday delivery is required. Serious enquiries only. Competitive pay is based on subscriber delivery and is adjusted for today’s costs. A reliable means of transportation with backup is required. A valid Georgia driver’s license and current insurance is also required. Inquire in person at One Proctor Street, Statesboro, GA 30458

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C: Who are your actors? Tell us a little bit about them. P: The cast is comprised of several Averitt Stars members you’ve seen and enjoyed in previous productions on the Emma Kelly Theater stage. However, I was able to recruit two rookies to the stage. They joined right in and became part of the community theater family immediately. C: Several of the main characters are very young. Have you cast kids in the leading roles? What’s it like, having young actors carrying an ensemble of actors of different ages? P: I have always loved working with children, youth and adults in my theater productions over the past 10 years. The blend of people of all ages help me stay in touch with all the generations. C: What are some of the chal-

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lenges with this kind of comedic piece? P: The timing of the comedy is the key. We work together with the lines and the action to make sure we project and present the humor in the production for all to enjoy. C: What are you most excited for the audience to see? What do you hope they enjoy? P: I am most excited for the audience to see the end result of the hard work and dedication of this group of local folks who have gotten together over the past few weeks to present fine community theater. I hope the audience enjoys some laughter, amusement and perhaps a surprise ending. Reservations for the dinner and for the shows can be made through the Averitt Center box office. The dinner costs $15 to attend. Tickets to the show are $14 for adults and $10 for youth.w

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Representatives, and served six terms as a U.S representative afterward. Another “pioneer” local attorney, William Gesmon Neville, will be featured during the tour, he said. Neville was solicitor general for the Ogeechee Judicial Circuit from 1929 to 1940, and served as Statesboro’s solicitor of the city court from 1950 to 1956 and again from 1961-1964. The spirits of an intriguing couple, Ward and Rebecca Franklin Morehouse, will delight tourists with tales of life in New York, according to McGlamery. A Statesboro native, Rebecca Morehouse graduated from the University of Georgia in Athens and later wrote for the Birmingham News and the Atlanta Journal. Then, she married Ward Morehouse, a Southern-born drama critic at the New York Sun, and moved to New York. She remained in Manhattan after her husband’s death in 1967, writing a column for Playbill magazine and a play, “Prom Party,” which was produced at George Southern University. Ward Morehouse worked as a reporter for the Savannah Press and Atlanta Journal. There will also be “guest spirits” of friends of the couple – Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall, McGlamery said. This part of the tour’s scene will be a replica of a

room at New York’s Club 21. Another noted Statesboro native who will greet tourists is Walter Aldred, whom McGlamery described as a “noted 20th century architect” who designed GSU’s Rosenwald Building, Statesboro’s First Methodist Church and the old Bulloch Memorial Hospital. All of these people are buried in Statesboro’s Eastside Cemetery, with the exception of Bogart and Bacall, he said. A “guest spirit” of a man who is also not buried at Eastside Cemetery will be portrayed by renowned local actor and producer Mical Whitaker, who will greet guests as the spirit of William James, a professor who positively impacted Statesboro by opening the City Colored School in 1907, which eventually was named after him. The William James Education Complex, formerly the school, is located on Williams Road in Statesboro. Growth prompted the school, William James Middle School, to move to its current Hwy. 80 West location. Anyone seeking tickets for the upcoming 2015 “Tales from the Tomb tours may visit the Statesboro Herald office at 1 Proctor Street. More information may be obtained by dialing (912) 764-9031. There will be eight tours, lasting about 45 minutes each, McGlamery said.

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Holli Deal Saxon MAKE UP YOUR MIND — Police responded to Statesboro Place Circle, where they spoke with a man who first claimed to have been struck by a car, then said he fell down stairs. He was checked at a hospital and found to have no injuries. WE AIN'T SAYING HE'S A GOLD DIGGER — A Woodyard Court, Brooklet woman said her estranged husband, with whom she is trying to work out problems via lawyers, withdrew about $19,150 from a joint account without her knowledge. He

left her $38 and some change. GONE MUDDING — It’s a popular pasttime to go mud bogging, but one man didn’t like the fact that two young men were tearing up "his" road. The younger fellows told deputies a man chased them from Polk Road, where they were bogging. The offender chased them home in a red Ford F-150 and stood on their porch for a while, claiming he would be back with a gun. The offender admitted having chased them because he was tired of them tearing up the road and wanted to talk to their parents.w


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