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Cheap Food and Cheap Lives: new book examines North Carolina’s ...

  On Sept. 3, 1991, a deep fat fryer exploded at the Imperial Chicken Processing Plant in Hamlet, North Carolina­­, starting an inferno in the ...
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Hairy spiders, forgiveness, and mortality: Talking with poet Stuart Dischell

Stuart Dischell’s “Days of Me” has one of my favorite beginnings in modern poetry: When people say they miss me, I think how much I ...
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Greensboro Comicon has historical team-up with International Civil Rights ...

This weekend, North Carolina’s officially-designated “Comic Book City” will see a team-up of heroic proportions. On Sept. 16 and 17, the Elm Street Center will ...
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Campus rape and the Clery Act: Are local colleges violating ...

*Editor’s note: Yes! Weekly hopes this article will convince all Triad colleges and universities to be uniformly transparent in complying with the Clery Act and ...
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With Bites and Pints alliance Kris Fuller expands her culinary ...

Or should I say queendom? Gendered metaphors aside, Kristina Fuller has been Triad restaurant royalty since the original Crafted: the Art of the Taco opened ...
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UNCG alumna, poet releases new poetry collection

My late father loved the work of award-winning University of North Carolina Greensboro alumna Kelly Cherry, whose newest poetry collection Beholder’s Eye was published August ...
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Holly Goddard Jones ticks off America

  Greensboro author Holly Goddard Jones’s The Salt Line, debuting next month from Putnam, has been called “one of the best Southern books of the ...
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All that Glitters must be sold? Hard times for a ...

Glitters owner Gary Barskey hopes the “Going Out of Business Sale” sign in his window at 529 S. Elm St. will prove to be a ...
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Your friendly neighborhood comic book store

John Hitchcock has owned Parts Unknown: the Comic Book Store at 906 Spring Garden Street for the last two decades. August has already seen several ...
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The smart, sophisticated pulp fiction of Jane Rice

“I like corn on the cob, men’s pajamas, zoos and ghost stories, and I dislike galoshes, mathematics, people who put burnt matches back into the ...