Editor’s picks

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Editor's picks

Eight great things to do in the Triad: Sept. 22-24

On Sept. 22, in Greensboro head to LeBauer Park, located at 208 N. Davie St. to see the film “Hidden Figures,” presented by Greensboro Public ...
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St. Paul and the Broken Bones at The Millennium Center

By: Olivia Willams On Sep. 20 the Millennium Center in Winston-Salem hosted The Banditos and St. Paul and The Broken Bones. This was one of ...
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North Carolina’s first hemp processing facility to open in ...

  Hemp has some deep roots in North Carolina; in fact, Robbins, North Carolina, was originally named Hemp. Industrial hemp can be used as a ...
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Greensboro’s inclusive take on the Tiny House Movement

By: Jessica Clifford United States capitalism has endorsed one way of life: the American Dream. The white picket fence, a two-story house and property for ...
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Review of “May It Last: A Portrait of The Avett ...

By: Carole Perkins It may come as no surprise to fans of North Carolina’s Avett Brothers that their recently released documentary, May It Last: A ...
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[Business Spotlight] Community Blood Center of the Carolinas

By: Jessica Clifford Giving part of yourself can save another, and at the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas in Greensboro, that is exactly what ...
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Groove Jam VI at Doodad Farm

By: Olivia Willams On Sept. 16, The Doodad Farm held their annual Groove Jam in Greensboro, North Carolina, benefiting Greensboro Urban Ministry. Various musicians from ...
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American Aquarium plays at The Blind Tiger

By: Olivia Willams B.J. Barham, Triad native or more specifically Reidsville native played at The Blind Tiger on Sept. 15 with the brand new line-up ...
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Eight great things to do in the Triad: Sept.15-18

On Sept. 15, in Greensboro, Oktoberfest came early at Burger Warfare, located at 1209 Battleground Ave. so, stop in for some beer and brats until ...
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“May It Last: A Portrait of The Avett Brothers” review

By: Carole Perkins It may come as no surprise to fans of North Carolina’s Avett Brothers that their recently released documentary, May It Last: A ...