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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 S. Elm Street and you’ll be treated to a public ...
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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 was hosted by the Say Yes to Higher Education’s Guilford ...
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Lawsuit claims Hoffmann violated neighbor’s property rights

A lawsuit filed in Guilford County claims that Greensboro City Council member Nancy Hoffmann’s redevelopment of a building in the 300 block of South Elm Street included trespass and unlawful encroachments on a neighboring building. ...
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THE NEW NORMAL

People in the queer community think a lot about visibility in ways straight people don't. Call it hetero-privilege.

They have to think about it. In an era that still hasn't recovered from ...

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Local medical practice offers direct primary care

We could discuss how much of a drag going to the doctor's office it is today, but we've all done it. No one really likes jumping into that machine that runs patients through the mill ...
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LIFE WITH A PLUS SIGN

Kevin Varner stands in his Greensboro apartment with a pill in his hand. He knows the pill changes everything and the weight of that change comes crashing in all at once.
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STILL UNBROKEN

Jim Carmichael has lived through a period of revolutionary change in America's perspective on sexual preference, a period that has seen homosexuality move from being considered a mental illness and prosecutable offense to a Supreme ...
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Thinking outside the Coffin: Life and Stimp Hawkins

On that Thursday, as a part of the Café Mortal meeting sponsored by the Center for Creative Aging, a cardboard box the size of a coffin was delivered to Scuppernong Books. Friends, family, and well-wishers ...
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New Year’s Eve house fire sparks community aid

After being gone for the holidays, Hillary Meredith, her sister Ashley, and their tenant, Jennifer Bedrosian, returned to Greensboro to find charcoal smeared walls and ash. On New Year's Eve,
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Coworking spaces have room to grow in the Triad

There are soon to be three coworking spaces in the Triad, and much like the collaborative rationale for creative people forging new businesses in close proximity to each other, those involved in developing and managing ...