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Put Some Air in Your Hair for Greensboro’s Annual Big ...

By: Carl Mize There were a lot of “F” words being dropped at Centre Pointe’s penthouse Nov. 8, high above the streets of Greensboro. However, ...
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[Business Spotlight] Candit

By Jessica Clifford Candit, a family owned salsa company, began when a few coworkers fell in love with Shanna Withers’s homemade salsa. Originally, Withers was ...
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[Business Spotlight] Beer Co.

By: Jessica Clifford Beer Co., a bottle shop meets tasting room, opened in downtown Greensboro at 121 W. McGee St., in late May of 2014. ...
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Longworth at Large: JFK Death Still a Mystery

By: Jim Longworth Last month, in accordance with a 1992 law, President Trump ordered that the JFK assassination files be made public. However, thousands of ...
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The Nyuk Stops Here

By: Matt Brunson, Creative Loafing Charlotte Suddenly, everyone’s a comedian. Marvel movies have always plopped heaping servings of humor on top of the expected action ...
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Awful, by George

By: Matt Brunson, Creative Loafing The original script for Suburbicon was written by Joel and Ethan Coen back in 1986, shortly after the dynamic duo flashed ...
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[Business Spotlight] Tap Hopper Tour

Only a year ago, Tap Hopper Tour brought a new avenue for drinking and socializing to the Triad. The tour takes 14 friends on a ...
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Rattling the Eyes Through ‘Observational Abstraction’

By: Steve Mitchell Katie St. Clair is an assistant professor of art at Davidson College. She’s tall, slim and her hands are constantly in motion ...
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Brain Freeze: Muddled Mystery Is One Big Chill

By: Matt Brunson The advance promotional material for The Snowman , the new film based on the international bestselling novel by Jo Nesbø, states that a ...
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Elsewhere’s Annual Fundraiser Prepares for a Big Bang

By: Jessica Clifford Time traveling is still not scientifically possible, but Elsewhere Museum will come close to it on Oct 28. The three-floor thrift shop ...