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Get out your dancing shoes...


June 02, 2017

Ever felt the need to dance? I do it, quite frequently. But it’s almost always when no one is watching. It’s better that way. Trust me.

But there are some folks here in Statesboro who enjoy dancing – so much so that they attend a class to learn how to do it better. We’ve got a story in this issue about the ballroom dance classes at the Averitt that will make you want to get your dancing shoes on and get to steppin’.

There’s also a trend toward all things trivial. Several locations around town offer trivia nights and there are lots of people who not only enjoy it, but who are good at it. Check out our story on this fun form of entertainment.

Brandi Harvey continues her look at the local music scene, this month focusing on a great loss in the music community, and how this band of brothers is coming together to honor the memory of one of its own.

We sat down to talk to the new director at the Averitt Center for the Arts, Jamie Grady, who’s eager to get things stirred up in the heart of the arts community in the Boro. He’s already looking at bringing in some great talent, and showcasing the talent we’ve got right here at home. Read about his outside-of-the-box thinking in this issue.

And Michael Sapp is taking a peek at the craft beer community in Statesboro – what’s out there, what’s good, and what’s the best. Make sure you check out what he’s got to say.

So I suppose you could say that this issue is all about the trends…dancing, trivia, music and beer. Some might ask, what else in life is there?

Enjoy this issue, and your favorite trends!


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