Views:62402|Rating:4.93|View Time:2:40Minutes|Likes:1039|Dislikes:15 In this Screen Tests interview, Supergirl actress Melissa Benoist opens up Cold Mountain, having a crush on Gene Kelly, Good Will Hunting, Joni Mitchell, and Justice League.
The big-budget “Supergirl,” which first premiered on CBS but is moving to the CW for its upcoming second season, is a smart, feminist translation of the DC universe onto the small screen. And its caped star, Melissa Benoist, is a welcome piece of unexpected casting, having come from the song-and-dance school of “Glee.”
What was the first thing you auditioned for?
I think the first thing I ever auditioned for was my aunt’s church production of Alice in Wonderland. And she did give me a part. She was a good aunt, and I played the Ace of Spades and the Bread and Butterfly. This was in Aurora, Colorado, and I missed two of my entrances. [Laughs] I was four.
Did you get the acting bug?
Oh, yeah. I had the bug before that, I think. I would put on productions for my family.
Oh, really? You wrote them?
Yeah, or it was just me dancing to Bon Jovi for all my stuffed animals. “Dead or Alive.” [Laughs] My family would videotape me secretly. Because I would be shy and stop if I saw them with a camera.
Was there a moment you told your parents you wanted to be an actress?
No, I don’t think there was any particular moment. I think they always knew. And I’m pretty sure it was grandpa who told my mom, “That girls needs to be on the stage.” I think they could all just see how much I loved it. I wanted to be on Broadway, and I still do. I grew up singing, and dancing, and acting. Tap dancing was my favorite. So I came to New York to go to college after living in Denver, and then I moved to LA when I got “Glee.”
What did you do for your “Glee” audition?
I sang about 12 songs: some Indigo Girls, Sara Bareilles, maybe a David Bowie song, I think some Talking Heads. Like, weird songs you would never think to sing for a “Glee” audition. [Laughs]
Did you get a lot of feedback from the world when you got “Supergirl”? It’s a big responsibility, Supergirl.
Yeah, I have learned this. You know, everyone still asks me, “How does it feel to be a role model?” Or, “Do you feel a responsibility or a burden?” And I never did until I would see groups of little girls or young women, and how much they were affected by the “S” and what Supergirl stands for. How much hope she brought. So yeah, I do feel that responsibility. It seems she is someone who people gravitate towards because she’s so full of hope, joy, and optimism.
And they get to be her for Halloween. [Laughs]
Right? It’s such a great costume. There’s a skirt. It’s cute, but it’s still modest. You’re not sexy Supergirl, although I’m sure some people will do that.
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58 +/- acres of forested timberland located on Call Rd in Exeter Maine. Looking for an owner financed property this should be on your list to see. The property has about 2,200 +/- feet of frontage on the Call Road. The forest consists of a mixed softwood and hardwood forest that was thinned in 2018. A well-spaced stand of timber remains. There are some areas of pine plantation with the majority natural forest.
NRCS soil data shows the area to be mostly silty and stony loam with uses from forestry, wildlife, limited grazing to more intense farming. The land is a rolling lot with elevations from about 350 to 450 feet. Several intermittent spring creeks traverse the parcel and eventually form a larger brook off the land.
Uses for the property would include timber production, self sufficient homesteading, farming, recreation such as hunting and trail riding. A level spot near the center of the property is situated near one of the creeks and would be a nice place to build a home or vacation cabin. Exeter is a rural town primarily of small farms, timberland, and country homes. Most residents commute to work in the areas surrounding Bangor, Maine which is about a 20-minute drive from the property. The 2010 census reported just under 1,100 residents.
There is much to do in the region surrounding Exeter. All of our modern convenience like shopping, restaurants, entertainment and a multitude of cultural events can be found in Bangor, northern Maine’s largest city. The city is only 14 +/- miles or about a 20 minute drive from the Call Road property. If you are looking for a more holistic experience you need just venture about an hour drive to the 100 mile woods of the Appalachian Trail. A half hour you can be launching your boat on Sebec Lake. A little more than an hour and it could be Moosehead Lake.
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Views:527|Rating:0.00|View Time:3:37Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Glover Plantation features over 2000 acres located just south of Ridgeland, South Carolina in Jasper County. The Plantation is packed with recreational opportunities and features beautiful upland quail forests, over 270 acres of duck impoundments, a beautiful plantation house with sweeping sunrise views of duck impoundments, a 3+/- acre fishing pond, and access to a near 30 acre bass lake! Every inch of this property has been managed with wildlife in mind. Historically Glover Plantation was a part of the greater nearby Chelsea Plantation, which at one time spanned over 20,000 acres.
The main house is a classic lowcountry style construction with large great room, full kitchen, 3 full bedrooms and baths, with wide covered porches surrounding the home. The porches provide sweeping sunrise views of flooded chufa and corn fields and a great vantage point for watching migrating wild ducks. Within walking distance to the main house is a beautiful 3 +/- acre-fishing pond.
Over 270 acres of Glover Plantation are in cultivated duck impoundments planted with chufa, corn, and rice, and it is a hot spot for wild bird activity. There is an abundant variety of waterfowl on the Plantation and many species are regularly harvested including ringnecks, teal, pintails, wood ducks and more.
Approximately 4 miles of 8-foot fence encompasses almost the entire plantation keeping out unwanted hogs and predators, protecting your investment in duck impoundments, food plots, and enhancing the hunting experience exponentially. There’s even an interior 8-foot fence that surrounds the 7+ acre dove field complete with wire.
Much of the upland is packed with towering pines that have been managed by fire to control understory growth and maintain the quail woods. Ultimately, management practices for quail benefit other wildlife resources and the whitetail and turkey populations have certainly seen that benefit. It’s not uncommon to see 30 to 40 deer from a deer stand and many 140+ inch Boone & Crocket whitetails have consistently taken off this Plantation. Equally impressive is the road system throughout the property and the owners have spared no expense to provide high-quality access throughout the entire Plantation.
Nearby Plantations include Chelsea, Malphrus Oaks, Good Hope, Okeetee, Bailey Mill, and many more.
Glover Plantation is protected by a conservation easement with Ducks Unlimited.
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James O’Neil has been hunting and shooting since he was 4 years-old. He started out helping skin coyotes with his father when pelts brought a 100 dollars a piece, and eventually learned how to call coyotes with his father and grandfather during coyote calling competitions.
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