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Photographer and professional nice guy Chris Lubinski is having some emergency surgery coming up and talented Greensboro artists are lending their musical skills to promote the cause and raise money to help Chris out. Come out and hear some great local music for an even greater cause.
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It’s not just about what someone else wants, but what you would like too. Sometimes people will passively wait for someone else to ask what they want before speaking up, and may still feel uncomfortable verbalizing their desires. By being open and honest about what you want, there’s less room for confusion and a better chance you’ll actually get it.
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The best and worst of Triad police blotters, as compiled by Eric Ginsburg.
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The Forsyth County Commission’s 4-3 vote to endorse state legislation requiring voters to show photo ID before exercising their franchise on Monday was not the last word on the issue; nor was it intended to be.
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Monitoring the economic pulse of the Triad.
Page 9 - no comments - 149 views Community contributions and assistance to feds helps Medaloni get probation
US District Court Judge Carlton Tilley credited Medaloni’s contributions to the community, alluding to his role in revitalizing downtown Greensboro, and assistance to the federal government in the prosecution of staffing agency executive Greg Harrison in his remarks before handing down the sentence in federal court today in Greensboro.
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She hasn’t written for the Loaf in awhile and last week her association with the Locke Foundation abruptly ended when outrage erupted at a cartoon she gleaned from the internet to illustrate a blog post about President Obama’s public opposition to a...
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And the March 21 cover story, “A Cinderella story” by Brian Clarey, incorrectly identified Virginia Commonwealth University..
Page 12 - no comments - 163 views Children demand justice for trayvon
Two kids hold signs demanding justice for Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old black teenager in Florida who was killed by a community watch member who thought he was suspicious, at a protest organized by the 102 JAMZ “Wild Out Wake Up Show” hosts at the Murrow Boulevard Post Office on March 23.
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www.greensborosummercamps. com for a complete listing of summer camps throughout the Triad!.
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The package was rumored to be full of XTC, a drug popular in the 1980s that has recently made a resurgence with older, white conservatives who initially confused it for Viagra because of the common side effects. It all started in a retirement community outside Fort Lauderdale, said one internet commenter.
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“People who don’t even live downtown were starting to gather here at all hours of the night,” said Center Pointe spokesperson Kafka Davis. “It got worse after working hours. People were drinking alcohol, listening to music. Some of them were just standing around talking to each other on the street.
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Irritated by Greensboro’s ambitions to surpass Winston-Salem’s coolness, two Twin City elected officials have issued a challenge, suggesting that members of each city’s council participate in a kind of “Hunger Games” at the Hanging Rock District Cub Scout District Day Camp.
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Mayor Rebecca Smothers announced this week that California-based grocery chain Trader Joe’s intention to open a High Point store along West Main Street. After beginning renovation on the empty TGA Furniture Inc. building on April 1 and retrofitting the facility, Smothers said the company plans to open by mid summer.
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Today, e-books and Kindle are all the rage, especially among young people and our highly mobile society. Everything from novels to non-fiction are readily available on various electronic devices, while the internet provides us with up-to-the-minute reference materials without having to wait two years for a set of encyclopedias to arrive at our door.
Page 18 - no comments - 169 views What is fair?
Advocates of big government believe fairness means taking from rich people and giving to others: poor people; or people who do things politicians approve of, like making “green” energy equipment (Solyndra); or old people (even rich ones) through Social Security and Medicare.
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In his typical duck-’n’dodge fashion, President Barack Obama spewed his 115 th executive order upon the American public on a late Friday afternoon, March 16. Cloaked in one of Obama’s candy-coated, grandiloquent titles, the “National Defense Resources Preparedness” executive order set the blogosphere ablaze this past week.
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“I would like for officers to be stationed in front of [Greene Street Club] and monitor the noise for the next few Sunday nights,” he wrote to Assistant City Manager Michael Speedling in November. “If the police department does not have noise monitors, I will be glad to donate monitors to the department so they can enforce the ordinance.
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Maybe the other shoe will drop in Charlotte in September, but actually, quite a bit has been happening with occupy in the North Carolina Piedmont. Occupy Greensboro decamped last year, but working groups on foreclosures, energy and other topics are active.
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Sandra Fluke was referred to as a prostitute because she stated that she wanted someone else to pay for her for her sexual activities. Fluke represents you and all other progressive men and women so you were all being called sluts and prostitutes.
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There’s an angle to the origin story of the Black Keys’ name, the one about the schizophrenic artist back home with an unconventional way of calling someone duplicitous, that’s often overlooked.
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One day, Charlottesville country rock quintet Sons of Bill are going to get their due. Until then, they’re preparing to release yet another excellent album, entitled Sirens, this Thursday night at the Blind Tiger.
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& the KFB, Matty Sheets & the Blockheads, David Wimbish & the Collection, Village Tricycle, Laila Nur, Molly McGinn, The Painted Skulls, Laura Boswell, Emily Stewart & the Babyteeth, Purrrlesque Churchill’s (G):.
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She also built quite the voracious audience in the near decade between those works. If you blinked when tickets to her March 22 date with the Durham Performing Arts Center went on sale, you very likely missed out; the show was sold out for months prior.
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I just try to have a good time, learn as much as possible and do my best..
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Possum Jenkins will perform at Ziggy’s on Friday in support of Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit..
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Daniel (Linton) Le Disko has put out little in the way of official music under his better know performance handle LA Riots — a remix here, a video game score there and one EP back in 2010 — but when he does, it’s a seismic dance floor event.
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Brewski’s Tavern (G), Cooper’s Ale House (G), Corner Pocket Billards (M), Gatsby’s Pub (W-S), Green’s Supper Club (G), Grey’s Tavern (G), Ham’s (G, K, HP), JP Looney’s, (HP), Karondas Sports Bar & Grill (G), Liberty Steakhouse (HP), McGee Street Boiler Room (G), Sidelines Sports Grill (HP), Soups Pho & Grill (W-S), Tee Time SportsHP & Karaoke (W-S).
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Summit Station Eatery, The (G):.
Page 32 - no comments - 151 views The Hunger Games comes up short, We need to talk about Kevin is a killer
The majority of the population is dour, depressed and drably clothed. Those who wield power and influence tend to dress like drag queens on acid. It’s overtly symbolic, obviously, but all it really succeeds in doing is making some talented actors look very silly.
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The great Burt Lancaster, in an autumnal performance that prefigures Atlantic City (1981), plays a retired antiquarian, known as “The Professor,” who sublets an upstairs apartment to a wealthy harridan (Silvana Mangano), her spoiled children...
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it will present a series of musical films designed to encourage attendees to sing along! Costumes are encouraged and prizes will be given away. For more info, call 336.312.0497 or visit www.thecreativecenter.net.
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2:15, 2:40, 3:05, 3:30, 4:10, 4:35, 5:20, 5:50, 6:05, 6:30, 7:15, 7:45, 8:30, 8:55, 9:05, 9:30, 10:20. John Carter.
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And then it was on. To get here the finalists had survived semi-finals earlier in the day at the nearby downtown library and the Greensboro Cultural Arts Center. Out of 31 contestants representing their school districts, they had been winnowed down to these nine.
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Inspired by artists Chiharu Shiota and Sebastien Preschoux, Reynolds High School teacher Amy Cruz and her students turned the school’s courtyard into a “stringed art space” over 25 hours in five days.
Page 37 - no comments - 167 views Anticipating The Avengers, faith-based drama shot in Trinity
The “Mighty Marvel Mondays” screenings will be held 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Admission is $6, $5 for students with valid ID. Advance tickets can also be purchased through the Carolina Theatre’s official website: www.carolinatheatre.com.
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Tuesdays at 10 a.m., Thursdays at 12 p.m. and Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. Zumba Fitness Class. The School of Greensboro Ballet. Cultural Arts Center, 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro..
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March 30 (10am-8pm), 31 (10am-6pm), & April 1 (11am-5pm). Craftsmen’s Spring Classic Art & Craft Festival. Greensboro Coliseum Complex. 1921 W Lee St., Greensboro..
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March 31. 3:30pm & 7:30pm. As Far As We Can Remember. Caldcleugh Multicultural Arts Center. 1700 Orchard St., Greensboro..
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Courses include smoked trout, braised lamb pot pie and pintower sorbet. Reserve a table at 336.722.9911. On Saturday, Fatz Café in Greensboro holds a pancake fundraiser beginning at 7:30 a.m.
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It can only be described as serendipitous: I answer a craving for Asian barbecue by driving down High Point Road to a favorite Vietnamese restaurant and as I pull up I see the unmistakable, fl ame-red pelt of my old friend Madeline Greco, AKA Foxy Moxy, as she makes for the door.
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Second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Journey of the Spirit — an Experiential Lecture Series for the Triad. EBN Too, 406 State St, Greensboro..
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Avoid having someone else take credit for the project you started by finishing it yourself. Then it will be you lovely Lambs who will be wearing those well-deserved laurels. BORN THIS WEEK: You are always the first to try new ventures and confront new challenges.
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pounds but recently lost that and more. I’ve Advice Goddess been as high as 265, but I’m now at 238 and losing about a pound a week, which isn’t fast enough for my wife. When I contemplate going on a stricter diet, what comes to mind is feeling angry, tired and hungry at my highstress job.
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Back to the fundamentals: The multicultural Macquarie University in suburban Sydney, Australia said its restroom posters, installed last year, have been successful in instilling toilet etiquette. The lined-through figure of a user squatting on top of a toilet seat was especially helpful, apparently.
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1. Since 1998, how many A.L. Central teams have reached the World Series? 2. Name the last pitcher to win 20 or more games one season and lose 20 or more the next. 3. Who held the record for most all-purpose yards in a Division I college football career before Tulsa’s Damaris Johnson broke it in 2010? 4.
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Racing. His third-place finish in the Food Bowyer is Truex’s lone full-time teammate. The team’s third City 500 was his second top 10 of the season Toyota, No. 55, is most often driven by veteran Mark Martin. Vickers to date. Four races in, Truex ranks fourth in made his first start in the car at Bristol.
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My hoodie is black. These days I only have the one — a gift from my friends at Rock 92 given back when I used to do an on-air spot once a week for the “Two Guys Named Chris” show — but there was a time when I had a closet full of them: ones with team...
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