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The College of William and Mary’s Global Film Festival heralds the opportunity to celebrate cinema from across the globe. The event returns for an 11th year of screenings, workshops and industry insight Feb. 15 18.

“I think film is a great way to explore other cultures and ideas. It introduces people to a different way of life and new languages,” said festival co producer Liz Sykes. “It’s like a form of travel without having to leave.”

“This is not just a fad. I think it has, really, everything,” said Aaron De Groft, director of the Muscarelle Museum of Art, one of the festival’s sponsors. “It’s like going to a great restaurant. You get a variety of the best offerings you can get.”

The festival features films from Mexico, Italy, Turkey and Israel, among others. Movies include “The Breadwinner,” an animated tale from Ireland, Canada and Luxembourg about a girl growing up in the face of the Taliban and one of the nominees for best animated feature during March’s Academy Awards. Israel’s “Foxtrot” parallels a man’s wartime horrors alongside his parents coping with his death.

Other offerings include “Kedi,” a Turkish documentary about Istanbul and the numerous cats who freely roam its streets. That screening encourages attendees to wear animal themed clothing and accessories; it also features a pre show of Internet cat videos and an appearance by Heritage Humane Society Executive Director Kimberly Laska. Murnau’s 1922 silent film, “Nosferatu.”

“There’s a lot of partnerships that are happening, and it creates very good energy for the festival that we’re really excited about,” Sykes said.

The festival offers the opportunity to see what William and Mary alumni are doing with their careers as they host a variety of artistic workshops, covering topics such as screenwriting, film editing, theater production and children’s literature. Milan Chakraborty, an alumnus who produced 2017’s “My Friend Dahmer,” will attend that film’s screening during the festival as well.

Sykes hopes the festival will encourage the community to explore unfamiliar territory and learn more about the art of filmmaking.

“We hope that people will be able to come and appreciate film and see some films that they otherwise might not be able to,” she said. “I think it’ll be a lot of fun.”

The William and Mary Global Film Festival runs Feb. 15 18 at the Kimball Theatre. Tickets are free, $5 or $10, depending on the event. The Muscarelle Museum hosts a $35 festival reception featuring hor d’ouvres and an open bar Feb. 17.
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How about a pair of witch shoe candy dishes! These are going to look fantastic on the treat tables filled with goodies. A few alterations to a pair of ordinary shoes, a bottle of glitter and these are yours. I dare you not to try to put them on!

Start with a pair of shoes that have a bit of a witch look to them to begin with, pointy toes, high instep and thin heal. Don’t worry by the time you have finished these shoes they will have been papered over, painted and glittered banishing all traces of the ghosts who once wore them!

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Use a bit of foil to shape the toe, hold it in place with masking tape. Cut shapes for the front and back from cereal box board, attach them with a glue gun. Fill the toes with scrunched pages from the phone book, tape into place with masking tape. Filling the toes with paper will strengthen the shoes.

Using a mixture of 1/3 water to 2/3 white glue (I use Weldbond) glue small strips of phone book paper to the shoe covering the entire surface. Allow this layer to dry then do another for added strength. Just a note, phone book paper is much thinner than newspaper and will result in a finer surface.

When the paper and glue are completely dry use a fine grade sand paper to smooth out bumps and lumps.

Apply a coat of black acrylic paint to the shoe, I use the paint at full strength. Allow to dry.

With an old paint brush and white glue straight from the bottle paint a layer of glue onto the shoe (not the inside or bottoms) working in sections. You will know if you have enough glue when you can’t see the black peeking through. Don’t let the glue begin to dry out. Use a spoon to sprinkle with black glitter. Press the glitter lightly into place with the back of the spoon. Keep working in this fashion until the shoe is covered. Leave to dry.

Cut straps and buckles from cereal box board, paint and glitter in the same fashion as the shoe. Paint the buckle with a color as close to the glitter color as possible, this will give it extra pop. Attach the straps with pins dipped in white glue when the pins have dried touch up the pin head with a black marker, it will disappear. Alternately, if the sole of the shoe won’t allow you to force pins into it, attach the strap using wire running from the holes in the strap under and across the bottom of the shoe forming a tight sling.

Apply two coats of water based varnish to the INSIDE of the shoes.

Decorate with these jazzy little glittered spiders (Michaels craft store). Fill the shoe with wrapped candy otherwise the stray bits of glittered might attach themselves to the treats. Enjoy!
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Retirement for Glendale Fire Chief Christopher R. Gray won’t mean a life of leisure. When he leaves his post on Aug. 30, the 50 year old San Fernando Valley native will move to northern California to become fire chief in San Rafael.

It’s hardly surprising that Chief Gray won’t be leaving behind the world of fire engines, raging fires and fire related emergencies. Firefighting and service to others has been Gray’s life since he at the age of three announced to his parents that he wanted to be a fire chief.

“I don’t think of it as a career, I think of it as a calling, and it’s been more than satisfying,” Gray said, as he reflected on his 30 years of firefighting,
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In 1986, he was offered the job of Battalion Chief for the Glendale Fire Department. He became its chief in 2001.

Gray’s fascination with firefighting began when he was a small child. He was one of four children, and said he enjoyed having a May birthday because the date often fell on Fire Service Day. Because of that, his parents often took him to the fire department to celebrate his birthday. “I loved that. I always knew I wanted to be a fire chief. There was nothing else I wanted to do,
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A 33 year old male parolee who was convicted of killing his mother has been charged again, this time for allegedly hitting a neighbor over the head with a piece of metal, officials said.

Taron Gorgoyan faces one count of felony assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the beating late Thursday, according to Jane Robison, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney. in an apartment building in the 100 block of North Kenilworth Avenue, according to Police Sgt. Tom Lorenz.

The neighbor told officers he didn’t know what prompted Gorgoyan to suddenly hit him, adding there were no problems between them, police said.

Gorgoyan claimed that he never struck his neighbor and had only gone out that night to smoke a cigarette.

Police discovered a trail of blood from the building’s parking lot to a rear patio area.

Witnesses told officers they were terrified of Gorgoyan because he appeared to have hallucinations, police said.

Gorgoyan was paroled in July 2011 after serving time at Salinas Valley State Prison for voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of his 49 year old mother, Karine Kostanyan. He was sentenced to 10 years for her death and an attempted voluntary manslaughter charge, according to the California Department of Corrections Rehabilitation.

Inmates convicted of violent crimes must serve at least 85% of their sentences, according to Luis Patino, the department’s spokesman. Gorgoyan received credit for days served while he was awaiting trial.

Gorgoyan, who was 22 at the time, also shot his then 19 year old brother in the stomach before turning the gun on himself. He shot himself in the face and was placed in a medically induced coma.
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MANCELONA The celebration didn’t last too long. Glen Lake players rushed head coach Jason Bradford as he held the program’s second consecutive regional championship trophy above his head. There was some yelling and cheering and big, wide open smiles, but those lasted for only a few seconds and then the Lakers were ready to get back to business. “Yeah, there were a few cheers. Yeah, there was a little jumping around, and then they all just settled down. I was like, ‘OK . you ready to go home already or what?” Bradford said, laughing. “Did they expect it? Did they just take it as a stepping stone? They were focused when they came in and knew what was at stake.” The Lakers came out strong and showed they were the better team, slamming the gas pedal to the metal on their way to a 66 35 victory over Charlevoix in Thursday’s Class C regional title game at Mancelona High School.

KINGSLEY Kingsley girls basketball doubled up Buckley 65 31 Wednesday night, and in doing so, the Stags (9 0, 6 0 NWC) secured a perfect record nine games into the season.

It’s the first of two meetings during the regular season between the pair of front runners, and it’s been the must see Northwest Conference game for weeks.

To set up the battle of unbeatens, Bekah Crosby led the Stags with 19 points, and Brittany Bowman scored 16 in the win over Buckley (1 10, 0 7 NWC).

Shelby Cade scored 21 points for the Bears, including 4 of 6 on 3 point shooting. Buckley will host Mesick Friday.

The Lakers had to get by Frankfort (4 5, 4 3 NWC) to set up the dream mid season matchup.

Glen Lake also doubled its opponent, topping the Panthers 68 34.

Jennifer LaCross led the Lakers with 20 points, while teammate Savannah Peplinski scored 18, pilfered six steals and grabbed five rebounds.

Allie Bonzelet added eight points and four steals, Hailey Helling scored seven points,
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Riley Thorr led Frankfort with 10 points.

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Benzie Central (8 2, 5 2 NWC): Aleiya Ross 11 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals; Lauren Ross 10 points, 4 assists; Abby Bretzke 10 points, 8 rebounds, 4 steals; Maile Church 10 points, 15 rebounds, 3 assists; Bella Huddleston 8 points, 10 rebounds, 3 blocks; Camilla Christiansen 5 points, 3 assists; Cayla Lemcool 4 points; Morgan Noffsinger 4 points; Cali Price 4 points, 3 steals.
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GROWING up, Jamie Cuffy would spend hours watching his mum Maria create her own clothes.

But it wasn’t until she suddenly passed away that he took inspiration from her flair for fashion to follow his own dream of becoming a top designer.

Now he is stepping out with an eye catching line of women’s shoes that he hopes will rival big names brands such as Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik.

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40, quit his successful job in IT two years ago and now his Beata Lei designs are catching the eyes of the rich and famous.

He said: “Creating my own shoes is something I wanted to do since I was a kid.

“My mother was a wonderful designer and would make all of her own clothes. She always looked glamorous and had a great creative eye.

“In my teens, I dreamed of going to fashion school but it was so expensive. Instead, I would just sit at home and sketch in my notebook.

“When my mum passed away before Christmas in 2013, it made me realise life is too short not to follow your dreams. I quit my job and flew to Italy armed with all my sketches and met some amazing people who really believed in my work.”

After returning to Glasgow, Jamie began working on his collection of hand made luxury shoes.

It can take months to develop a new killer heel because they have to look stunning and feel comfortable.

He said: “There’s no point creating a beautiful shoe if it doesn’t fit properly.

“All of the products are tested before they are manufactured as it’s important to know how well they are going to work.

“I’ve got a core collection of shapes and heel heights and I make them in different fabrics and colours.

“They are timeless pieces created for all women. I want women to feel sexy and empowered when they wear my collection.

“Beata Lei use the finest Italian leathers and each shoe is handcrafted and manufactured by some of Italy’s finest artisans.

“All of the heels are four and a bit inches,
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“I believe a good pair of heels can make an outfit and if you look good then you feel good.”

Jamie’s collection is now available at Wear Eponymous at Glasgow’s Princes Square and are already selling fast.

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The name given to the mountain where Greek gods dwelled stands in sheer contrast to a group of young Glaswegian lads sitting next to me on a bar couch.

Which begs the question . why Olympus?

Guitarist and vocalist Kieran Crossley, his gaze relaxed yet focused, sets me straight.

He says: “At about 9 o’clock tonight, we’ll play for about 45 minutes, and then you’ll realise what Olympus means.”

Founded in 2013, Olympus is made up of Crossley, Ewan Wilson McKay, Rhys McCrosson, and Neil Fleming.

Their story seems to be a common one in Glasgow, with its energetic music scene encouraging the sort of DIY approach to recording, producing, and distributing music that the band embrace.

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They recalled with a hint of nostalgia the self titled EP they released on a cassette tape back in 2015, baby blue coloured designs and all.

Songs like “Sex on the Beach” showcased their full throated, often sentimental style of songwriting, while the cassette itself seemed a throwback to a distant time in this digital world.

Ewan pipes up that one of his friend’s dads still listens to it in his Cordoba, while Neil clarifies that they released cassettes for “aesthetic purposes”.

With their latest release, the Tried N’ Tasted EP, how had their sound had evolved in the year or so since that cassette tape release.

Neil, sporting a confident, cheeky grin, says the band have inevitable become a lot tighter, that all of them had improved in their respective roles, but the key point was that Kieran has “become more of an ahole too”.

“That’s what makes us better!” Kieran shoots back.

Talking to these guys reveals an infectious, youthful energy and a real chemistry between the four. It’s an energy that comes across in their music.

One can tell that they’re having fun, and it’s that quality which can make a band’s appeal broaden, regardless of how “underground” their genre of choice may be.

It’s also that quality which made me wonder where Olympus goes from here. Spread out among different cities, with three of them working weekend jobs, requires a commitment that treats the band as more than just a pastime.

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“It started off as a hobby and then, like, people actually listen to our music now.” Neil notes, with perhaps a tinge of disbelief.
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