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PLAY REVIEW: Latest VSU Theatre show has subtle, powerful punch

VALDOSTA – Some plays, audiences expect a "performance." Something where the actors dramatically emote, theatrically orate, where the actors' voices, movements, motives are larger than life. They must "project" – proh-JECT – to be heard, for the language to be understood, for the dialogue to have impact. We want to...
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South Georgia Selfie Museum opens in Downtown Valdosta

The South Georgia Selfie Museum, located in downtown Valdosta, opened in July for visitors to take selfies for fun. The museum is owned by Kwinetta Morre and Jazmine Rainge. The two got inspiration from going to a selfie museum in Miami. “We knew Valdosta had to have it,” Rainge said.
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Local artist included in new gallery exhibition presented by Turner Center

The Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts’ Gallery Opening Reception on Monday, Sept. 20, from 5-7 p.m., features artists Erin Kendrick, Jacksonville, “The Things We Bring”; Amy Bennion, Salt Lake City, “Your Glass”; and Travis D. Simmons, Valdosta, “Momus.” The reception will be held at the Turner Center main galleries, located at 527 N. Patterson St., and is free to the public.
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ALEXXANDAR MOVIE REVIEWS: 'Malignant'? Try Mediocre

“Malignant” (Horror/Crime: 1 hour, 51 minutes) Starring: Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson, George Young and Michole Briana White. Rated: R (Strong violence, gore and profanity) Movie Review: This horror movie is a waste of time because of a very unconvincing narrative. It is typical horror themes with a slight twist. The...
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Enter Stage Left: VSU Theatre returns to in-house audiences

VALDOSTA — Duke Guthrie sees “Ugly Lies the Bone” as a play about perseverance and hope. Qualities needed to reopen a theatre season in the midst of a surge in the pandemic. Valdosta State University Theatre & Dance returns to the Sawyer Theatre after 18 months of cancellations and virtual/recorded shows.
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Fall Into the Arts: Arts seasons move forward despite pandemic

VALDOSTA — The past year has put the phrase "the show must go on" to the test. In truth, in March 2020, the shows not only didn't go on, they came to a screeching halt. Not only were shows in rehearsal cancelled, producers and organizations scrapped entire seasons of theatre, dance, concerts and art exhibits.
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Valdosta Symphony plays international peace concert

VALDOSTA – Valdosta Symphony Orchestra and the Valdosta Rotary Club are participating in an international concert that pits creativity against violence, music against terrorism. The online virtual Shaping Music Through Peace concerts are scheduled for 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 18. "Performances will be emceed to provide an...
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Turner presents new gallery shows

VALDOSTA – A gallery opening is scheduled for Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts. The opening is scheduled for 5-7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20, featuring artists Erin Kendrick of Jacksonville, Fla., with “The Things We Bring,” Amy Bennion of Salt Lake City with “Your Glass” and Travis D. Simmons of Valdosta with “Momus.”
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EDITORIAL: Arts return in different ways

The Valdosta Daily Times’ Wednesday, Sept. 15, edition offers readers an extensive list of shows, exhibits, concerts and more for the upcoming arts seasons in Valdosta-Lowndes County. The 2021-22 arts season kicked off last month and in recent weeks with Theatre Guild Valdosta’s “Camelot,” Valdosta State University Art & Design’s...
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Turner Center Presents New Gallery Exhibition

The Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts’ Gallery Opening Reception on Monday, Sept. 20, from 5-7 p.m., features artists Erin Kendrick, Jacksonville, “The Things We Bring”; Amy Bennion, Salt Lake City, “Your Glass”; and Travis D. Simmons, Valdosta, “Momus.” The reception will be held at the Turner Center main galleries, located at 527 N. Patterson St., and is free to the public.
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On Location: Documentary seeks justice in Valdosta; plus filming news

Director Jason Pollock is angry — and that rage pours over in his new documentary Finding Kendrick Johnson, detailing the case of the 17-year-old Valdosta student whose body was found inside a high school gymnasium mat. The film is currently streaming and will be in theaters this fall. On January...
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FOWLER CHILDREN'S BOOK: National Geographic Kids Magazine

What are these magazines about? “They are about animals, world records, stunting tricks and have jokes.”. How do you get the magazine? “My Aunt NoNo in the mailbox.”. What have you learned from your magazines? “I learned about Bengal tigers and non-edible food they use in advertisements!”. What is your...
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‘It Couldn’t Happen Here’: Hilarie Burton Previews the True Crime Docuseries

Hilarie Burton Morgan offers an antidote to the often lurid true-crime podcasts and shows captivating the culture. The new series True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here, she hosts highlights the emotional impact of tragic events on rural areas. “I’m a huge advocate for small towns,” says the actress, who...
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Netflix show about Georgia football team gets mixed reviews

VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP) — The recent release of Netflix’s “TitleTown High” series, which focuses on the Valdosta High School 2020-21 football team, triggered mixed reviews from the community. It stars former head coach Rush Propst, a few of the Valdosta Wildcats and their peers and Michael “Nub” Nelson, former Valdosta...
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Adel featured in SundanceTV’s new true crime series

“True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here” Official Trailer:. In the new six-part series “True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here” on SundanceTV and AMC+ is hosted by small town native, advocate and actress Hilarie Burton Morgan (One Tree Hill, The Walking Dead, Friday Night in with The Morgans) which will debut on Thursday, September 9 at 10pm ET/9c.
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What Is the Cast of Titletown High Up to Now?

Watch: Michael B. Jordan Hopes for "Friday Night Lights" Reunion. Welcome to Titletown High, Netflix docuseries that followed the lives of teenagers on the football team at Valdosta, the country's all-time winningest high school program. Think a Gen-Z Friday Night Lights meets Cheer with a heavy splash of MTV's Two a Days. In fact, Rush Propst, the controversial head coach of the Valdosta Wildcats, is the very same man who raised eyebrows on that 2006 docuseries, which also came from Titletown High creator Jason Sciavicco. (Seems like someone might be a fan of high school football.)
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