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Owner throwing free screenings for anniversary

September 10, 2010

BREMEN — Ijinio Flores sure knows how to celebrate his 10 years as owner of the historic Bremen Theatre.
He’s throwing a community party of sorts this weekend, featuring the free showing of the classic Buster Keaton film, “The General,” and live piano accompaniment so audiences can experience the film’s release as it was when it debuted Feb. 5, 1927.
The free events get started at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10, with the showing of a classic silent cartoon followed by Keaton’s Civil War comic masterpiece.

Bailey Williams’ music on national online CD

September 2, 2010

Fifteen-year-old Bremen High School sophomore Bailey Williams began performing her songs live just this year and, already, she has a cut featured on an internationally distributed CD.
But it’s no wonder, when you consider this determined young singer, musician and songwriter has been immersed in music since age 5.
Bailey, daughter of Angie Boys of Bremen, and Mel Williams of Mishawaka, has an original song, “Downtown,” selected as one of 30 featured on the Kids Saving Kids CD online.

Local actor in new film

September 2, 2010

“This film has the potential to make it big! I absolutely love my character. It is arguably the most powerful role in the film,” Craig Lemons, Bremen acting hopeful, said of his new project, a locally produced movie, “Fang.”
Lemons, in his 30s, said the movie is expected to be released to select theaters in 2011.
Lemons said the film is “a vampire movie like no other” in that it combines “a little horror, a lot of drama, and some suspense.”

New staff members welcomed

August 27, 2010

Bremen Public Schools are welcoming new teachers this school year. They include:
Laura Watts, Social Studies
Laura Watts is excited to begin her teaching career at Bremen High School.

Circus brings ‘army’ and elephants, too, Sunday

August 27, 2010

BREMEN — When the Kelly Miller Circus comes to town Sunday, Aug. 29, at Sunnyside Park, it will bring the equivalent of a small army with it to raise the “big top,” water and feed the 24 animals, feed the crew, teach the children, and more.
It’s all part of being on the road with the old-fashioned circus, a traditionally tented circus, that’s been entertaining crowds across the country since 1938. That’s when founder Obert Miller and his two sons left their home in Kansas to start the outfit. They had a couple of monkeys, and moved from town to town in trucks.

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