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The finished product looks much different than it did when it came through the door. This pair of boots has new life and new soles and is ready to walk the streets again.

Miranda Zapf is the 24 year old cobbler from Greenfield. She repairs and shines shoes and boots at Gabriel Shoe Repair in downtown Pittsburgh. She is rare in this business that traditionally been a male dominated industry.

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Thousands of HEB partners and community volunteers will work to prepare and serve more than 14,000 meals to residents of Austin on Nov. Altogether, 3,500 pounds of sliced turkey; 3,500 pounds of mashed potatoes; 3,080 pounds of vegetable medley; 280 gallons of brown gravy; 1,400 pies; 14,000 dinner rolls and soft drinks will be served.

The Thanksgiving meal will be prepared on site in the HEB Mobile Kitchen that will serve as the host site for all the staff to prepare and cook the holiday meal. The mobile kitchen has the capability to prepare more than 6,400 meals per hour. It is paired with a 53 refrigerator trailer for the transportation of perishable food items and supplies designed specifically for Feast of Sharing and to respond to disaster emergency relief efforts.

Volunteer at the HEB Feast of Sharing in Austin on Nov. 22, 2016. (KXAN Photo/Ed Zavala)

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Attendees of the Feast of Sharing dinner will enjoy live entertainment with performances by the Lake Travis High School Fiddlers; Fabtones, a Beatles tribute band; Jonas Alvarez Band; and Wesley Inter generational Choir. There will also be a Children Area for kids to enjoy arts and crafts with help from The Contemporary Austin.

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It’s more than just the food. Now in its sixth year, the HEB Community Connection will host over 15 nonprofits on site offering social services outreach to guests, including care for elderly, volunteer health clinics, and information about shelters and community aid centers.

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Starting on Jan. (there’s no concert on Easter) and tend to fill up quickly. Here’s a handy guide.

Andy Sherwood’sDixieland Jazz Quartet (Jan. 7)Sherwood, a clarinet and saxophone player, ran the Coast Guard Dixieland Band for 15 years, and his band pianist (and fellow Coast Guard Band veteran) Ian Frenkel, bassist Bryan Rizzuto (who works at Upton Bass in Mystic) and drummer Tom Briggs brings a quasi military sense of precision to Dixieland standards (without sacrificing spontaneity).

Metro Jazz Band (Jan. 14)Singer Kath Bonaccorsi and her CT centric Metro Jazz (pianist Mark Vickers, guitarist Drew Amendola, bassist James Hunter and drummer Garry Lapidus) navigate standards from the Great American Songbook with a light, sophisticated touch.

The Matisse Project (Jan. 21)Inspired by French painter Henri Matisse (1869 1954), pianist (and Wesleyan alum) Christopher Bakriges composed 20 impressionistic pieces that explore a wide range of characters and moods. He performs at HPL with violinist and Creative Strings Improvisers Orchestra founder Gwen Laster.

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Sinan Bakir Duo (Feb. 4)Some of us have been lucky enough to hear Bakir, a Hartford area guitarist, play long, electric sets on Saturday afternoons at Wethersfield record shop Integrity N Music, backed by outstanding local players. These days, he’s interpreting the music of French jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. (Catch a preview of Bakir’s act at First Night Hartford.) At HPL, he’ll perform with pianist Tim Peck.

John Kordalewski Trio (Feb. 11)Boston area pianist John Kordalewski communes with Colombian bassist Carlos Pino and South African drummer Kesivan Naidoo in nimble, hard swinging, global jazz,
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New World Ensemble, Featuring Margaux Hayes (Feb. 18)Vocalist Margaux Hayes leads a group loaded with Connecticut talent woodwind player and frequent collaborator Richard A. McGhee II, pianist Jonathan Chatfield, Medusa drummer Jocelyn Pleasant, and violinist Colin Benn through a set of spiritual, diaspora centered jazz.

Haneef Nelson (Feb. 25)In addition to fronting the Paul Brown Legacy Band, trumpeter/composer Nelson runs the Hartford Jazz Jam on Monday nights at Black eyed Sally’s in Hartford. He’ll perform at HPL with pianist Taber Gable, bassist Matt Dwonszyk and drummer Jonathan Barber.

Jan Jungden Trio (March 11)Jungden, a keyboardist, singer and multi instrumentalist (she also performs with funk/soul/R band FUSE), brings her trio (bassist Bob Laramie and drummer Justin Blackburn) to HPL for a fun afternoon set.

Hot Club of New England (March 18)Atla and Matt DeChamplain released the album “Pause” at the end of 2015. Atla then began fronting the stylish, gypsy jazz collective Hot Club of New England with violinist Jason Anick (of The Rhythm Future Quartet), guitarist Max O’Rourke and bassist Greg Loughman. (Matt, a pianist, is now on board, too.) Check out their live take on “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing).”Bossa Nova Project (April 15)”Blame Destiny,” the 2015 debut by sublime Brazilian singer/pianist Isabella Mendes, was an eclectic collection of original songs. Her Bossa Nova Project, on the other hand, which now includes bassist Itaiguara Brand guitarist Wesley Amorim and drummer Mauricio Zottarelli,
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Charles K. Campbell doesn’t like slave movies.

“It’s surprising to me that I made one,” said Campbell, the director of All or Nothin’, his first feature film. “I loathe slave stories. So many movies about slavery focus on the beatings and the violence.”

So when he set out to make All or Nothin’, Campbell said he spared scant attention for the violence the characters in the story endure. But he didn’t carefully document the torture that feels central to so many movies about slavery, like 12 Years a Slave and 2016’s Birth of a Nation.

“I wanted to focus on the positive side of this,” Campbell said. “When you read the story of the Escape of the 28, you see the heroism in all of the people who wanted freedom. You see where blacks and whites, men and women, Quakers, Wesleyan Methodists all worked together to correct this evil. I knew I had to make a feature film about it.”

All or Nothin’ dramatizes the true story of 28 slaves who escaped from a plantation in Boone County, Kentucky in 1853. With the help of abolitionists and connections along the Underground Railroad, the slaves moved northward to Canada, where the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 couldn’t reach them.

Campbell was in graduate school working on a master’s degree in film when he first learned about one of the biggest single escapes of a group of slaves in America. A historian friend gave him a pamphlet about the escape. Campbell knew about the Underground Railroad, the hidden network of safe houses and checkpoints abolitionists created. Convicted by religious fervor, American abolitionists quietly helped fugitive slaves flee the south using subterfuge, deception and no small amount of supplies needed for travel. Scholars believe that 30,000 fugitive slaves reached Canada, and that the Underground Railroad played a key role in getting many of them there.

But Campbell said he didn’t know about the escape of 28 slaves in Kentucky.

“I was amazed by the abolitionists across four states who were able to arrange the escape of these 28 people,” Campbell said. “After I read it, I opened my big mouth and said ‘this is going to be my master’s thesis.'”

Campbell made his movie on a micro budget, which shows here and there. But the principal actors Bryant Bentley as the slave Washington Barker and Daniel Britt as the leathery John Fairfield bring gravitas to their scenes and the supporting cast is convincing in the tale about hardship and loss on a journey undertaken on foot. The crew made all the costumes and built all the boats and guns seen in the film.

Campbell recruited Ukrainian filmmaker Michael Avensen to do the cinematography, and Ben Devine to edit the film. Campbell’s friends in California cast the movie, and the production team traced the fugitive’s journey, packing the trek into about two weeks. The crew shot the film in about 11 days.

Campbell’s version whittles the fugitives to about a dozen, with Fairfield leading with a rough exterior and tender heart.

“There were 28 slaves who escaped we only focus on about eight,” Campbell said. “It would be hard to afford 28 actors, and the emotional investment on the audience it would be hard to connect with 28 people.”

Narrowing the narrative to fewer fugitives gave Campbell another opportunity he wouldn’t have had if he’d cast 28 actors.

“I also wanted to give them a voice,” he said. “If you look into the history, the slaves didn’t have a voice. Their thoughts about the things they experiences weren’t recorded. The history we have, a lot of it is through the writings of the white abolitionists who recorded it.”

Campbell doesn’t spare the audience the indignities and brutality of chattel slavery. Washington Barker is a compliant and gentlemanly slave who turns fugitive when his master decides to sell Barker’s wife, Tilly, to make room for younger “breeding stock.” The audience feels the tension that comes when Fairfield has to disguise the band of slaves as a funeral procession, only to reel minutes later when the sole infant in the party dies and the slaves have to bury one of their own. Campbell also shows the grief and frustration of young Elsie Terry, who has to endure the unwelcome sexual attention of her master’s shiftless son.

Campbell said he considers the movie an educational film as well as a drama.

“We tried to be as historically accurate as possible,” he said. “We just screened the film for some students in Kansas. At the end, several audience members were crying. For them to be moved by the story, they did some introspective thinking. That’s a good sign, to me. I want to make a good piece of art, and I want people to think.”

If you goWhat: Screening of All or Nothin’ at the 2018 Denton Black Film Festival

When: Noon on Saturday, Jan. 27. A short film will screen before the feature

Where: The Campus Theatre, 214 W. Hickory St.

Details: Admission to individual film blocks costs $10 for adults, $8 for students with ID and seniors through Thursday, Jan. 25; $12 for adults and $10 for students with ID and seniors on Friday, Jan. 25. See the full schedule and festival passes.
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