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New York Pizza: Act Three

By: Billy Ingram When Charles Sciabbarrasi and Ray Mascali, two Sicilian-Americans from New Jersey, opened New York Pizza beside the ice skating rink in the Carolina Circle Mall in August 1976, it was an instant ...
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Nudes and nature make perfect partners in new show ...

By: David Willard Dutch abstract painter Piet Mondrian once said, “It is possible that, through horizontal and vertical lines constructed with awareness, but not with calculation, led by high intuition, and brought to harmony and ...
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Noted cinematographer makes the Connection

The Artistic Connection will present a special event featuring award-winning cinematographer and University of North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking faculty member Thomas E. Ackerman, whose credits include such perennial favorites as ...
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Stenson finally gets Wyndham payoff

By Carol Brooks Cab1hp@gmail.com The fourth time’s the charm for Henrik Stenson. Stenson’s previous visits to the Wyndham Championship resulted in two missed cuts and one withdrawal – all three resulting in no take-home pay ...
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EIGHT GREAT THINGS TO DO IN THE TRIAD: AUG. 18-20

Need something to do this weekend? No worries, YES! has got your back! We’ll outline eight great things to do in or around the Triad area. Here is what is going on: 1. In Asheboro, ...
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Deep Roots are not reached by frost

On North Eugene Street, Deep Roots Market, a community owned food cooperative has seen better days. The market has (quite literally) deep roots in Greensboro as it originated from a dorm room of Guilford College ...
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“Step” lively: Documentary makes all the right moves

By: Matt Brunson The new documentary Step (three out of five stars) focuses on the members of an inner-city Baltimore high school step team, but what’s most surprising about the film is how comparatively little ...
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Holly Goddard Jones ticks off America

  Greensboro author Holly Goddard Jones’s The Salt Line, debuting next month from Putnam, has been called “one of the best Southern books of the year” by Southern Living magazine. Yet, there are no fried ...
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The Dune that never was … but might have been

The RiverRun International Film Festival and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art have teamed up again to present a special “Madmen and Masters” screening of Frank Pavich’s acclaimed, award-winning feature documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune (2013) on ...
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Changes in store for this year’s Wyndham

If you’re expecting to see bikini-clad babes and handsome hunks at the “ocean beach” along the lake guarding the 15th and 16th holes of the Wyndham Championship this year, you might go to be very ...