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Woods of Terror owner is two-faced

By: Jim Longworth Eddie McLaurin is two-faced—literally. Just spend an evening at his haunted attraction Woods of Terror and you’ll see what I mean. He patrols the haunts in a costume of his own creation. ...
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[Business Spotlight] Copper Penny

By: Jessica Clifford Five months ago, the former general manager of Mellow Mushroom took a leap of faith into the world of retail. Margaret Dickerman, 29,  now owns the newest Winston-Salem location of Copper Penny, ...
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Greensboro Symphony Afterparty at the Carolina Theatre

Photos by YES! Weekly’s newest intern Caleb Choate of Faded Lens Photography
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Greensboro Businessman Inducted into Hall of Fame

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., September 28, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Five towing industry veterans were selected as inductees to the International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame and honored at a special event in Chattanooga, considered the birthplace ...
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Greensboro grassroots group wins national health bill grant

By: Jessica Clifford Out of 127 applicants, Collaborative Cottage Grove in Greensboro is one of 19 recipients of the Build Health Challenge Grant, which supports community collaboratives in areas that are experiencing health disparities. The ...
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Spyfall: Sequal bungles its assignment

By: Matthew Brunson, Creative Loafing in Charlotte, North Carolina If Kingsman: The Secret Service turned out to be the biggest cinematic surprise of 2015, then Kingsman: The Golden Circle () might turn out to be ...
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One City, One Book celebrates black women putting white ...

It is hard to fathom these days that the word “computer” once meant a person rather than a machine. What is even harder to fathom is how during the 1960s, when race and gender tensions ...
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For Halloween, a pair of scares — with yours truly ...

A/perture Cinema’s ongoing “Looking @ Art Cinema” screening series takes on a darker, more fearful hue next month, with a pair of big-screen chillers most appropriate for the Halloween season. The two-film series, “Looking at ...
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[Business Spotlight] ALSpalooza

By: Jessica Clifford Mary Luper was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis at the age of 53, after learning the disease is part of her family genetics. “I have decided to make ALS my job rather ...
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Cheap Food and Cheap Lives: new book examines North Carolina’s ...

  On Sept. 3, 1991, a deep fat fryer exploded at the Imperial Chicken Processing Plant in Hamlet, North Carolina­­, starting an inferno in the shoddily-constructed maze-like facility that had never received a safety inspection ...