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Review: ‘The Man Who Came to Dinner’ at Prince George’s Little Theatre

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Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman: ‘The Jury Speaks’ Juror ‘Couldn’t Eat’ After Trial On Oxygen

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Trayvon Martin’s story will air on The Jury Speaks: George Zimmerman, Oxygen’s brand new true crime series. The Jury Speaks documentary will air in four-parts. The story of OJ Simpson has already been told, and this Tuesday, Oxygen’s The Jury Speaks profiles the case of Robert Durst.

 

On tonight’s The Jury Speaks: George Zimmerman

Former jurors will recount what they went through mentally as they prepared to sit on the case and the stirring emotions they’ve battled since the George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin death trial ended.

 

Trayvon Martin, 17, was gunned down in Sanford, Florida in 2012 by George Zimmerman as he walked home from the store. George Zimmerman, an aggressive neighborhood watch coordinator,

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Discovery Channel now filming ‘Crime’ in St. George

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Discovery Channel is bringing it back to 1950 — and using Staten Island to do it. 

The Ambassador Apartment Building in St. George serves as backdrop to the upcoming fifth season of the the network’s docu-series, “A Crime to Remember.” Cast and crew began filming at 5 a.m. Tuesday outside the building, which dates back to 1932. 

Crew blocked off the right-hand side of Fort Hill Circle, and the area in front of the building on Daniel Low Terrace, to make way for three vintage cars — one of them being a old-fashioned police car.

The area around and rooms inside Ambassador Apartments — including an alleyway behind the building and Fort Hill Circle — were used to film reenactments of historic crime on Tuesday. Sources couldn’t say if any local actors would be featured on the show but producers are attracted to the “old look” of the St. George area. 

The crew is set to

Read more at: http://www.silive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/07/discovery_channel_films_in_st.html

Investigation Discovery now filming ‘Crime’ in St. George

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Investigation Discovery is bringing it back to 1950 — and using Staten Island to do it. 

The Ambassador Apartment Building in St. George serves as backdrop to the upcoming fifth season of the the I.D. network’s docu-series, “A Crime to Remember.” Cast and crew began filming at 5 a.m. Tuesday outside the building, which dates back to 1932. 

Crew blocked off the right-hand side of Fort Hill Circle, and the area in front of the building on Daniel Low Terrace, to make way for three vintage cars — one of them being a old-fashioned police car.

The area around and rooms inside Ambassador Apartments — including an alleyway behind the building and Fort Hill Circle — were used to film reenactments of historic crime on Tuesday. Sources couldn’t say if any local actors would be featured on the show but producers are attracted to the “old look” of the St. George area. 

The crew is set to

Read more at: http://www.silive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2017/07/discovery_channel_films_in_st.html

Mom of missing St. George teen: Remains found do not match Macin’s profile

Macin Smith, seen left when he was a child and on right, as a teen. Photos Courtesy: Facebook

ST. GEORGE, Utah, July 7, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — The human remains found last month 40 miles south of St. George do not match the profile of missing teen Macin Smith, his mother says.

“The remains are dated and do not match Macin’s profile,” Tracey Bratt-Smith told Gephardt Daily exclusively on Friday.

The remains in Arizona were found by a county road employee on June 1 near mile post 22 on County Road 101, also known as Mud Mountain Road. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, in a news release, described the remains as “a lower half of a human jaw and some long bones.”

Bratt-Smith said the Mohave County Medical Examiner’s Office has not yet positively identified the bones, as they are not thought to come from a

Read more at: http://gephardtdaily.com/local/macin-mom-summer/

Mom of missing St. George teen Macin Smith offers heartfelt advice to parents

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Tracey-Bratt Smith, mother of missing St. George teen, Macin Smith, talks about the mysterious circumstances of her son’s disappearance in a 2015 interview with Gephardt Daily. Photo: Gephardt Daily

ST. GEORGE, Utah, May 29, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — The mother of missing St. George teen Macin Smith is offering heartfelt words of advice to parents this Memorial Day.

“Hug your kids,” Tracey Bratt-Smith said. “Be patient when they push you to your limits. Life is short.”

Bratt-Smith made the comments on a social media page dedicated to Macin’s return late last week.

Macin, now 19, walked away from his family’s St. George home in September 2015. He hasn’t been seen or heard from since.

Some speculate Macin left due to family strife. Others believe he may have met with foul play.

Smith’s story was recently broadcast nationwide on

Read more at: http://gephardtdaily.com/local/mom-of-missing-st-george-teen-macin-smith-offers-heartfelt-advice-to-parents/

Exclusive: Mom of missing St. George teen Macin Smith posts …

Macin Smith. Photo Courtesy: Facebook

ST. GEORGE, Utah, Dec. 25, 2016 (Gephardt Daily) — The mother of missing St. George teenager Macin Smith has shared an emotional Christmas message to her youngest son.

Tracey Bratt-Smith, writing on Facebook Sunday morning, said: “Our second Christmas without you. May you be safe. May you be warm. May your belly be full of yummy food. May you feel our love. May you find your way home. We all miss you more than words can say.”

Bratt-Smith and her husband Darrin Smith’s son Macin was 17 when he vanished on Sept. 1, 2015. On New Year’s Day, he will have been gone for 16 months.

Speaking exclusively to Gephardt Daily, Bratt-Smith expressed her hopes for Christmas and the New Year: “Having my family united would be a dream come true. I could not ask for more. But if not,

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Mom of missing St. George teen Macin Smith posts emotional tribute: ‘The inner battle for this boy became too much’

Tracey posted this picture with her latest post, of Macin when he was 16 and decided to dye his hair black. She said it’s good for people to see him with a different hair color. Photo Courtesy: Facebook

ST. GEORGE, Utah, Dec. 21, 2016 (Gephardt Daily) — For most of us, the biggest complaint about the days before Christmas is that we don’t have enough time, or money, or holiday cheer.

But for St. George parents Tracey Bratt-Smith and Darrin Smith, the festive season is a painful reminder of a much bigger void in their lives. Their youngest son Macin, was 17 when he vanished on Sept. 1, 2015. On New Year’s Day, he will have been gone for 16 months.

On Tuesday, Tracey Bratt-Smith posted an emotional tribute to her son on Facebook.

“The inner battle for this boy became too much for him,” the post reads

Read more at: http://gephardtdaily.com/local/mom-of-missing-st-george-teen-macin-smith-posts-emotional-tribute-the-inner-battle-for-this-boy-became-too-much/