Monday Aug 11
Five Reasons Why The Blair Witch Project Is One Of The Best Films Ever Made
The Blair Witch Project was the love-it-or-hate-it horror event of 1999. For every individual who thought that it was a groundbreaking cinematic masterpiece, there was always a detractor around the corner who would condemn it as a waste of film.
Director recalls making of now-classic 'Blair Witch'
Ed Sanchez remembers the night in 1998, walking about 3 a.m. through desolate Maryland woods with The Blair Witch Project co-director Dan Myrick, when the first-time filmmaker had an epiphany.
'Food and Things Resembling Art' showing in Gettysburg
"Food and Things Resembling Art," by Lesa Cook, of Burkittsville, Md., will be on exhibit in the main art hallway of the Gettysburg Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College, through March 13. She received a degree in studio art from the University of South Carolina.