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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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Ssalefish Plans to Stand Out in Greensboro’s Crowded Comics Market

I bought The Uncanny X-Men #133, the issue in which the previously annoying supporting character Wolverine took on the Hellfire Club all by himself and ...
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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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Theatre Alliance director steps from behind the scenes and onto ...

Loyal Theatre Alliance fans will be excited to hear that their very own director, Jamie Lawson, will make a semi-rare appearance on the stage later ...
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Celebrate NC Beer Month with our 2017 Triad Craft Beer ...

We wanted to do something different for our Triad Craft Beer Issue to celebrate NC Craft Beer Month in April. We decided to talk to ...
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Greensboro Rails Against ICE Raids, Detention of Local Immigrants

Pouring rain didn’t stop the crowd gathered outside FaithAction International House on Greene Street near Downtown Greensboro on Monday evening. They came to protest recent ...
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Trans Activist Miss Major mural coming to Greensboro

The Greensboro Mural Project is making a mural at the People’s Perk coffee shop to honor “Wonderful Women and Fabulous Femmes.” Among these women is ...
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The Man Who “Invented” Zombies

The zombie myth, a metaphor for slavery, wasn’t created by a white guy. But William Seabrook’s 1929 bestseller The Magic Island was the vector that ...
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North Carolina A&T Names Guilford Co. Commissioner Ray Trapp Director ...

An elected official with extensive experience in governmental affairs, public policy and the North Carolina political environment has been named director of External Affairs for ...
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Riverrun 2017

By Mark Burger Winston-Salem isn’t Cannes, France or Park City, Utah, but with the opening Thursday of the 19th annual RiverRun International Film Festival, the ...