Spray it don’t say it

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Print Ella Matesic, right, and Loaded 2 Go owner Pete Tsirimbis stand in front of a massive mural Matesic did last year for the business. Great things have happened for Matesic, 19, after first trying graffiti art just two years ago. Matesic, 19, a graduate of Ursuline College Chatham, first took up spray paint as a medium when she opted to give it a try during the RM40 celebrations in In fact, Matesic was the only local artist entered in the contest, which took place on the property of RM Classic Cars between Chatham and Blenheim. But it was super fun. It turned out great for me. Since then, we have hired her to do more artwork for us and most recently she has been working with my wife Cathy on a very intricate piece of stone mosaic that will be an amazing piece once completed. I had an awesome time working with her.

The Savannah Police Department usually lags a few weeks behind all the rage their reporting, but since I frequently help readers find anodyne accommodations, I need current data. I finally just created a map of my own! I only track incidents that answer in death or injury. All the rage a few rare exceptions, I may also list drive-by shootings where multiple homes were damaged but no injuries occurred. Why track crime statistics? That includes any urban area — not just Savannah.

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