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May 1884: Dark Days of Sorrow

By Jennifer Bean Bower “oh Lord forgive this poor sinner” – Henry Swaim, May 1884 Harrison Reid’s farm was a place of laughter, lively conversation ...
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The Once and Future of Glenwood

By Charles Wood The railroad tracks that run along Oakland Avenue once separated UNCG’s campus and downtown Greensboro from the Glenwood neighborhood. It can be ...
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Veteran and Author Paul Crenshaw on war and the American ...

  By M.C. Armstrong Shortly after the first Gulf War, Paul Crenshaw performed a march. “I was in advanced training,” he told me, “ which ...
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Quilla to launch second album

Quilla’s Album Launch The Carolina Theatre (310 S. Greene St. Greensboro) Saturday April 15 8-10:30 p.m. “Join us for a stellar evening of live electronic ...
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This Is Swarm

By John Bauman @bauman_john Photos by Todd Turner “This Is!” “Swarm!” “This is!” “Swarm!” “Thisssss Issssss” “Swarm!” Brian “B Daht” McLaughlin stands at center court, ...
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City seeks input on College Hill transportation layout

by Eric Wallace The College Hill neighborhood of Greensboro could soon be receiving a layout change as the city looks to make the area more ...
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Mark Zuckerberg visits A&T to talk community and social change

by Jana Shaw In the current political climate we are seeing fear and division combated by communities joining together and pushing for change. Facebook founder ...
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Sunshine Week 2017

The Foilies 2017 Recognizing the Year’s Worst in Government Transparency By the Electronic Frontier Foundation A thick fog is rolling in over Sunshine Week (March ...
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YES! Weekly staff recognized for award-winning work

Journalists and designers at YES! Weekly won multiple awards in the recent NC Press Association 2016 News, Editorial and Photojournalism contest and the Advertising Awards ...
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Twenty-One Pilots show leaves Greensboro in awe

PHOTOS BY TODD TURNER by Katie Ward The show’s first opening act was Judah the Lion who got the crowd excited with their high-energy performance. ...