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Greensboro Downtown Parks Incorporated to manage LeBauer and Center City ...

When Carolyn LeBauer gifted LeBauer Park to Greensboro, a lot of questions came up. How will the park be managed? How will it be staffed? ...
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ESPN’s The Undefeated Presents A Conversation with The President: Sports, ...

An HBCU Student Forum hosted by The Undefeated with President Barack Obama at North Carolina A&T State University ESPN’s The Undefeated will present A Conversation ...
Editor's picksThe Arts

The need for pain

A Review of “Blood, Bone and Marrow: A Biography of Harry Crews”, by Ted Geltner (University of Georgia Press. 2016). The writer Harry Crews is ...
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Greensboro’s On Pop of the World Studios fosters a creative ...

A recording studio can be a vital part of a creative music scene. All the better if it’s accessible, laid-back and relatively affordable. On Pop ...
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Clinton advocates for inclusivity at campaign stop in Greensboro

Hillary Clinton made the University of North Carolina at Greensboro a campaign stop Thursday at the old Student Recreational Center.Doors opened at 1:45, and the ...
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Elsewhere to hold annual extravaganza in Downtown Greensboro

Downtown Greensboro’s busy September will continue this Saturday, Sept. 17, as local art museum Elsewhere hosts its annual Extravaganza that evening. Head down to 606 ...
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Undocumented students speak out against Say Yes to Education

Guilford County students considering colleges and universities visited the Greensboro Coliseum on Tuesday to meet school representatives during a free reception and forum. The event ...
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From Jerusalem Market With Love

Photos by Todd Turner Saliba Hanhan, the owner of Jerusalem Market, stands over a pot of homemade grape leaves.  He is sharing stories about food, ...
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Keep trying: The hopeful nihilism of Greensboro’s Totally Slow

PHOTO BY JOSH HUFF @johnradamian A couple years back, Scott Hicks’ dad asked him when he was going to give up this punk-rock music-making thing. ...