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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 ...
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[Business Spotlight] Old Town Draught House

By: Jessica Clifford The Old Town Draught House is famous for being the bar on the University of North Carolina Greensboro’s campus that has served ...
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Greensboro Comicon Has Historical Team-up with International Civil Rights ...

This weekend, North Carolina’s officially-designated “Comic Book City” will see a team-up of heroic proportions. On Sept. 16 and 17, the Elm Street Center will ...
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Wine Down Wednesday: Winston-Salem Hair Salon Owners Drink Wine and ...

By: Jessica Clifford Wine, women, videos and hair—a combination that has become the essence of the Winston-Salem-based salon, Do or Dye. Since the salon’s conception ...
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Eight Great Things to Do in the Triad: Sept. 8-10

Need something to do this weekend in the Triad? No worries, YES! has got your back! We’ll outline eight great things to do in the ...
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Campus Rape and the Clery Act: Are Local Colleges Violating ...

*Editor’s note: Yes! Weekly hopes this article will convince all Triad colleges and universities to be uniformly transparent in complying with the Clery Act and ...
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Carolina Theatre Prepares for Its 90th Anniversary

By: Jessica Clifford, intern reporter In 1927, there were many firsts – the Harlem Globe Trotters started entertaining audiences, The Jazz Singer began the sound- ...
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Looking for Lydia, Finding Annie

*Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in Jamestown News by freelancer Carol Brooks. There have been two corrections since publishing. Amy Greer, the co-author of “Looking ...
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[Business Spotlight] Little Theatre of Winston-Salem

 In 1934, the Little Theatre of Winston-Salem opened. Now, 83 years later it is one of the oldest community-based theaters that continues to strive for ...