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Fall Fun In The Triad

Breakout Greensboro If you are looking for a great mental excursion for a group of friends or family, you’ll want to look into Greensboro’s Breakout ...
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Art Inspired Chef Tasting

@triadfoodies Reason #1 for showing the photos and describing the “Art Inspired Chef Tasting” that took place at West End Millworks is this: This hopes ...
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‘Penny dreadfuls’ turn dreadfully funny in Triad Stage’s The Mystery ...

In Victorian England, ‘penny dreadfuls’ were cheap stories sold in parts weekly for one penny. Many of their subjects covered the supernatural, and basically they ...
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Urban Grinders: Street Art Galore

  Artist Jeff Beck began Urban Grinders with the desire of opening his own art gallery. Today Urban Grinders is known as a coffee shop, ...
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Greensboro’s challenge on race is America’s challenge

The generations before us made monumental strides against centuries of entrenched prejudice and bigotry. Standing on their shoulders, we should appreciate the head start we ...
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Greensboro Children’s Museum Expansion Project and Capital Campaign Revealed

In a kickoff event on October 6, the Greensboro Children’s Museum (GCM) announced a $3 million “Reaching Greater Heights” capital campaign, along with an expansion ...
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Suspect sought in Food Lion security guard murder

The Greensboro Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division has released photos and new details regarding the homicide of Anthony Charles Smith, and is continuing to encourage ...
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What’s driving the affordable housing deficit in Greensboro?

Dr. Stephen J. Sills Director of the UNCG Center for Housing and Community Studies http://chcs.uncg.edu Contact: chcs@uncg.edu In November, voters will have the opportunity to ...
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Greensboro rapper Seers celebrates new release

Seers is a rapper. He grew up in Brevard, North Carolina, a sleepy, rainy and woodsy place outside of Asheville. At the moment, Seers isn’t ...
Editor's picksThe Arts

Out at the Movies has its upcoming LGBT Film Fest

Out at the Movies, a Film Festival centered on LGBT narratives, will be screened in Winston-Salem from Oct. 6th through the 9th. Twelve features and ...