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“Step” lively: Documentary makes all the right moves

By: Matt Brunson The new documentary Step (three out of five stars) focuses on the members of an inner-city Baltimore high school step team, but ...
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Changes in store for this year’s Wyndham

If you’re expecting to see bikini-clad babes and handsome hunks at the “ocean beach” along the lake guarding the 15th and 16th holes of the ...
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Tower Heist: King property loses its value

By: Matt Brunson The long-in-the-making movie The Dark Tower runs 95 minutes yet is based on the Stephen King book series that ran over the course ...
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Remembering Larry Leon Hamlin, founder of the National Black ...

I first spoke to Larry Leon Hamlin in April 1989 when Hamlin’s magnificent creation, the National Black Theatre Festival had yet to launch and he ...
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Exploring the new image regime at SECCA

By: James Ross Kiefer Art has historically served a dual purpose, partly serving as a reflection of the period it comes from, it also acts ...
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High Point University’s president pledges to raise millions for additional ...

By: Eva Ellenburg When the High Point City Council approved the proposal for a downtown baseball stadium, Dr. Nido Qubein doubted the project alone would ...
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New executive director of GDPI strives for more community-oriented parks

By: Eva Ellenburg Almost eight weeks into his new position as executive director, Rob Overman already has plans to progress the principal ideal of community ...
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“Single Channel Catalyst II” brings art and artist from different ...

By: James Ross Kiefer There becomes a point when mundane objects such as clothing, jars, plates and other items transcend a basic functionality. They develop ...
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The Bellevue Estate gives house shows a different reputation

By: James Ross Kiefer  When the weekend falls upon us inevitably we desire something to catch our interests. Whether it be a house party, an ...
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On Pop of The World hosts Television’s founder and Winston-Salem ...

By: Matty Sheets  Television, along with Patti Smith and the Talking Heads, got their start in the mid-‘70s playing at the now famous East Village ...