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Greensboro College Alumnus’s Novel Wins Prize in the New York ...

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro College alumnus Ralph Josiah “R.J.” Bardsley won a prize in the New York City Big Book Awards, announced Nov. 14. Bardsley received his degree in theatre from Greensboro College in 1996. ...
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James, Meet Emma: The Story of How a Veteran and ...

The past couple years have been tough for the LGBTQ+ community nationwide, but it has been especially difficult for transgender North Carolinians. From Pat McCrory’s controversial House Bill 2 otherwise known as the “bathroom bill” ...
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Eight Great Things to Do in the Triad: Oct. 13-15

From Oct. 13-22 in Winston-Salem, be sure to catch the play “Priscilla Queen of the Desert.” Showtimes for Friday and Saturday night is 8 p.m. and on Sunday at 2 p.m. The play is hosted ...
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Eight Great Things to Do in the Triad: Oct. 6-8

From Oct. 6-8 in Greensboro, the 2017 Aggie FanFest takes place at the historic War Memorial Stadium at the corner of Yanceyville and Lindsay streets. The Fanfest Hours on Friday are from 4 p.m. to ...
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OUT and About: Winston-Salem Film Festival Celebrates Diversity and Determination

As October is LGBTQ History Month, so it’s only fitting that the fourth annual “OUT at the Movies” International LGBT Film Festival, which is presented by BB&T and opens Oct. 5 with its biggest, most ...
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Smooth Like Chae Buttuh

Chae “Chae Buttuh” Young is the self-proclaimed “20-something, DIY/underground princess” of Greensboro who has her eyes set on raising queer and femme voices in hip-hop. “There definitely needs to be queer voices in hip-hop,” Young ...