MARCH 14-20, 2012
Prisoners at the jail in Greensboro take turns using the recreation room — a few game tables and a sparse collection of exercise equipment — a maximum of two or three times a week, and some prisoners are only allowed out of their cells an hour a day into a tiny Spartan room that allows for phone calls and a larger area to pace.
26 local & live
32 musicians’ exchange
36 movie times
39 art & dance
08 A nonprofit that works closely with the city of Winston-Salem, the SUSTAINABILITY RESOURCE CENTER had begun educating residents about energy efficiency last summer and signing up households for weatherization services last summer.
19 The article claims that the Greensboro Police Dept. knew that a package containing 30 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA was mailed to the Beloved Community Center, and that somehow it was still delivered.
21 Letters to the Editor
arts, entertainment & dining
24 TUPAC SHAKUR had an advantage in that his legend had already been built in a pre-internet world before he revealed himself as an ex-Baltimore School of the Arts ballet prep.
34 Joined by the beautiful princess Dejah Thoris (the beautiful Lynn Collins), our brawny hero embarks on an otherworldly adventure that begins with some semblance of promise before COLLAPSING under its own weight.
37 The exhibit has been displayed in her hometown of Sarasota and at the Charles H. Wright Museum of AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY in Detroit, where it ran from January through May 2011.
41 Six MINI-PLAYS in a multimedia performance, each story different from the next, each using a different media of theater, such as modern dance, a narrated dance piece, sketch, an art-house approach and live music with film.
43 Buena pinta means “good looking,” which makes it an apt name for this quaint little eatery, with a tasteful palette and FABULOUS ART hanging from the walls.
crashing the gate
54 THERE’S A DIFFERENCE, you know, between a prostitute and a slut. A prostitute charges money for sex. A slut gives it away. That’s how the old joke goes, anyway.