For video game fans, there’s one adventure series that stands above the rest: The Legend of Zelda. The Nintendo series has captured gamers hearts from the earliest consoles, challenging players with unique dungeons and quests. While fans patiently wait for the new series release, there’s a way to experience Zelda like never before.Starting up this fall, The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony Of The Goddesses – Master Quest World Tour will bring the series’ iconic music to life. It’s a truly immersive musical experience that features an orchestra performing a four-movement symphony that weaves 30 years of Zelda music together, synchronized to gameplay on an 18′ x 32′ projection screen.To get a sense of the magic, check out footage from the sold-out show at The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.The concept was developed in partnership with Zelda franchise producer Eiji Aonuma and mythical composer and sound director Koji Kondo. Featuring music from Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, A Link to the Past, Link’s Awakening and more, fans of the Zelda series are going to love this unique experience.The full tour schedule can be found here; don’t miss out!
Lawrenceburg, IN – Charges were filed against Jeb N. McGeorge stemming from a fatal crash that occurred on June 27 in the area of US Highway 50 and Gatch Hill Road in Dearborn County. McGeorge has been charged on allegations of Operating While Intoxicated Causing Death, Reckless Homicide, Operating While Intoxicated Causing Serious Bodily Injury, and related charges.At the accident scene, the investigation by officers with the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department determined that two vehicles had been involved in a head-on collision and that a 2013 gray Chevrolet Malibu had been traveling the wrong way down the westbound lane of travel. The Chevy Malibu was registered to McGeorge, who was transported to High Point Health Hospital with minor injuries.Carlos A. Solis and Alejandra Aguero-Vazquez, of Aurora and occupants of the other vehicle, were air cared to UC Hospital in Cincinnati. Aguero-Vazquez, Solis’s fiancé, died from the crash.Implied consent was read to McGeorge and a blood sample was obtained. The Indiana Department of Toxicology tested the blood sample and it demonstrated the presence of controlled substances, Xanax, and THC in McGeorge’s system.An Indiana State Police accident reconstructionist, in addition to finding McGeorge’s car traveling the wrong way, determined that the car had been traveling in excess of the speed limit, at approximately 70 miles per hour at the time of the crash.