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Page 4 - no comments - 155 views THURS July 19
An incredible presentation of assorted atistic styles and talents by area Latino artists. This collaborative exhibit features the work of Raul Montero, Ale Fuentes, Antonio Villamil, Cedey De Jesus, Ismael Gomez Peralta, Gabriel Orenstein, Reinaldo Vergas, and Violeta R.
Page 6 - no comments - 169 views [YES! LIST]
“He was just going over and over and telling me all the people he knows and how it would be a waste if we didn’t use him. He said his only motivation is to win. He doesn’t care what he has to do. He only wanted to win. He said he has connections in every single county and friends in every single county….
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A senior at UNCG, Kevin Nance has one semester left to complete his undergraduate degree in psychology and is preparing to get his master’s degree in human development family studies. Kevin just finished an internship with the Head Start program of Macedonia in High Point which helps provide high-quality education to at-risk preschoolers.
Page 8 - no comments - 178 views [TEN BEST]
The skin of a peach, with its delicate fuzz and soft texture, is reminiscent of a newborn baby. And like a newborn, peaches will catch whatever ailments may be lingering around them, namely pesticides.
Page 9 - no comments - 121 views [BUSTED]
Winston-Salem police officers responded to a reported Bank Robbery at the Bank of America located at 1300 E. 5th Street on July 16. The officers found out that “a white male suspect” entered the bank and demanded money from one of the tellers. “After obtaining an undetermined amount of US Currency,” the suspect escaped on foot.
Page 10 - no comments - 164 views Greensboro council undermining residents for developers, some say
In a July 12 letter to council, Guilford County state representatives Alma Adams and Pricey Harrison said council’s request to postpone the implementation of the Jordan Lake Rules undermines the agreement negotiated in 2009, costs residents more money in the long run, ignores the benefits of implementation and was not transparent.
Page 10 - no comments - 124 views [SCUTTLEBUTT]
The Winston-Salem City Council approved an incentives offer of $500,000 to CFS II by unanimous vote on Monday in a bid to bring a call center to the city. The total amount of incentives would be contingent on the company investing $6.
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WhiteStone senior living community in Greensboro has completed a $30 million expansion, the company announced on Monday.
Page 11 - no comments - 123 views Dead dog sparks outcry in Greensboro
Greensboro police Capt. Brian James said police responded to Martin’s July 5 call and found no evidence of illegal drugs and reported that the dog was in good condition. While it was tethered, which is legal, police said it had access to water, was running around and appeared healthy, but they relayed the concern to the owner.
Page 12 - no comments - 218 views W-S council may intervene in Kalvin Michael Smith case
Southeast Ward Councilman James Taylor Jr. and East Ward Councilman Derwin Montgomery have expressed support for filing an amicus brief in Smith’s case. Mayor Pro Tem Vivian Burke, who represents the Northeast Ward, North Ward Councilwoman Denise D.
Page 13 - no comments - 120 views [AGENDA]
• Occupy Greensboro’s collective access/anti-oppression working group meets at Glenwood Coffee and Books, located at 1310 Glenwood Ave., on Friday from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The group is dedicated to making Occupy Greensboro as inclusive as possible and challenging oppression as an internal dynamic.
Page 14 - no comments - 132 views Lawmakers waiting for sterilization victims to die
Earlier this month, North Carolina’s Republicancontrolled Senate knocked the wind out of hundreds of survivors who had once been sterilized against their will and were expecting compensation from the state. It was a blow from which they may never recover.
Page 16 - no comments - 126 views Free TV
If you were born after 1985 or so, you likely don’t. But before the cable companies began tearing up roads and laying line to build up their nationwide network, TV signals used to travel through the air — which was owned by the people — and anyone...
Page 16 - no comments - 121 views Laughing with handcuffs
When a friend rolled their eyes at the name of a fundraiser baseball game played by the police and fire departments, “Guns and Hoses,” I chuckled, and I still think it’s pretty ingenious. Recently the Greensboro Police Department held a fundraiser entitled “Run from the Cops.
Page 17 - no comments - 135 views [NEWS OF THE WEIRD]
Japanese scientists, overperforming: (1) Researchers at the University of Tokyo’s Graduate School of Information Science and Chuck Shepherd Technology have developed goggles that can enlarge the image of a bite of food so that the eater might fool...
Page 18 - no comments - 146 views [WHITE NOISE]
They’re talking points with a layer of supporting facts underneath. It makes me question whether the political operatives understand that the job of journalists is to uncover the truth. Or maybe they believe that we’re here to amplify favored candidates’ talking points or referee between contending arguments.
Page 20 - no comments - 124 views [POP QUIZ]
2. She did something, kind of sciencefiction stuff. I read it but I don’t remember the name of it. [X] 3. I don’t think it’s the answer at all. I’m going to be working with a group to look at various possibilities for programming. It’s a band-aid approach to a much more serious problem.
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July 19. 8pm. Tannenbaum-Sternberger Young Artists Orchestra featuring William Wolfram and guest conductor JoAnn Falletta. Dana Auditorium, Guilford College..
Page 22 - no comments - 146 views PLACING AN AD
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Page 24 - no comments - 134 views CLASSIFIEDS
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Page 24 - no comments - 122 views HOW HE PLAYED THE GAME
It wasn’t just some of the poll workers’ aggressive tactics of approaching voters inside the no-campaigning zone at the early-voting site at the Forsyth County Government Center — which was illegal.
Page 26 - no comments - 151 views Waters hides nothing behind his Wall
The only distinguishing traits between the eye-popping constructions of Waters’ wall in Raleigh and Charlotte, and certainly of every performance, were the names of the city he used when addressing the audience, and the local schoolchil dren who joined him on “Another Brick In the Wall (Part 2).
Page 32 - no comments - 135 views [EXTENDED PLAY]
As a card-carrying member of the National Anti-Tesh Action Society (yep, it’s a thing) it’s my duty to inform you that the alien mole himself, John Tesh, is appearing at the White Oak Amphitheatre on Saturday. Take appropriate action. Dancehall legend Patra put da batty pon de floor at Ziggy’s.
Page 32 - no comments - 107 views [LOCAL & LIVE]
Days Between Years, All My Circuits, All Fall Down, If Stars Should Fall, The Payne Road Tragedy, I For One Johnny & June’s Saloon (W-S):.
Page 33 - no comments - 150 views FloydFest 2012 Power Rankings
2) Gary Clark, Jr. & Cheick Hamala Diabate Blues Review (Friday, 3 p.m.) The Grammy-nominated ngoni master Diabate has been collaboration-happy in recent years, picking alongside Bela Fleck and Corey Harris. Playing alongside young firebrand Clark, however, presents an occasion to get a little nasty.
Page 34 - no comments - 136 views [TRIAD DJ PROFILE]
Real name: Lee Budkey DJ handle: DJ84 What it means: The name hit me while I was at an RJD2 show. I liked the simplicity of using four letters and so I came up with DJ84. The D and the J are obvious plus I am originally from a town outside of Pittsburgh called Eighty Four so... DJ84 is what I went with!
Page 35 - no comments - 129 views THE DELUGE — Elephant’s Graveyard
Instrumental passages in opener “Honest Man” affirm the song’s conciliatory message with stout Hammond, and a chorus of scat and Albert Kinginspired blues licks. It could very well have found itself on their debut Cryin’ On the Vine.
Page 36 - no comments - 159 views [RYAN’S FORECAST]
You can spend as much time as you want listening to the music of or even talking to Pittsboro songwriter MC Taylor, but there will probably always remain this ethereal quality about him that’s unfathomable.
Page 36 - no comments - 145 views [CONCERTS]
July 21: John Tesh July 26: Jerry Seinfeld July 28: Chris Tucker Aug 1: Rod Stewart, Stevie Nicks Aug 10: Peter Frampton Aug 25: Flip Flop Beach Music Festival Sept 16: Chalie Daniels Band, Little River Band Oct 3: Journey, Pat Benatar, Loverboy Nov 4: Carrie Underwood, Hunter Hayes.
Page 38 - no comments - 132 views KARAOKE
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 (G), McGee Street Boiler Room (G), Sidelines Sports Grill (HP), Soups Pho & Grill (W-S), Tee Time SportsHP & Karaoke (W-S).
Page 38 - no comments - 110 views Dual Perspectives: Those who can, teach
After receiving his MFA at the UNCG, Scott became an art teacher there before moving over to High Point University about five years ago. Scott is now the interim director of the School of Art & Design at HPU, and a practicing painter and printmaker.
Page 40 - 1 comment - 226 views [FOUND OBJECTS]
Ashley Morrison, a new member of the board of directors for Associated Artists of Winston-Salem, makes a presentation on social media as a promotional tool for artists at the Womble Carlyle Gallery of the Milton Rhodes Arts Center in Winston-Salem on Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.
Page 40 - no comments - 124 views Actress Karen Black knocks ‘em dead in Some Guy Who Kills People
Versatility has always been a foundation of actress Karen Black’s career. There’s never been any such thing as a quintessential Karen Black role. Heroine or harlot. Demure or decadent. Villain or vixen. Mothering or maddening. Idealistic or cynical.
Page 41 - no comments - 136 views [MAKING A SCENE]
Prior to July 8, Fray and Greco, known collectively as LivingBrush, were considered among the elite in the realm of bodypainting. Their first foray, in 2010, into that arcane yet highly competitive art form had produced a runner-up finish at the World Bodypainting Festival, in Portschach, Austria.
Page 42 - no comments - 145 views Theater excites community with Final Friday events
“We wanted to host a regular monthly entertainment event here at Spirit Center, something that people knew would always be on the same day each month,” said Sara Butner of NCShakes. “There are First Friday events in both Winston-Salem and Greensboro, so we decided to have something on the last Friday of the month.
Page 43 - no comments - 133 views [PLAYBILL]
This week children are taking over our area theaters with their summer youth productions. Of course, there are also a few plays that are more aimed for adults. Either way, this weekend especially is jam packed with performances that’ll please a wide range of audiences.
Page 43 - no comments - 121 views [ART]
July 20. 6pm. Wire Wrapped Pendant Class. Bubbling Well Bead and Tea Bar. 612 Trade St., Winston-Salem..
Page 44 - no comments - 115 views The gang’s all here for Ice Age: Continental Drift, three’s company in Your Sister’s Sister
No new narrative ground is broken, although — fittingly — some ice, of course, is. The filmmakers have the formula down pat and aren’t about to stray from it. The familiar characters and voices are back: Ray Romano as Manny the mammoth, Denis Leary as Diego the tiger, John Leguizamo as Sid the sloth and Queen Latifah as Manny’s mate, Ellie.
Page 45 - no comments - 130 views A cookout based on BS... Sauce
BS Sauce is the brainchild of Staley, who contributed his initials to the name. It’s a mixture of ketchup, Worcestershire, mustard, hot sauce, lemon juice and liquid smoke, with some spices added for dimension that Staley came up with after years of competitive cooking with York.
Page 47 - no comments - 182 views [SERVED]
byBrian Clarey Smug Brit Simon Cowell brought Greensboro’s Jake’s Diner into the national spotlight last week when he stopped by for some grits during a break in taping an episode of his show, “X Factor.” Alas, the “grits” turned out to be mashed potatoes, to the consternation of fellow judge LA Reid.
Page 47 - no comments - 115 views [SALOME’S STARS]
[CANCER] (June 21 to July 22) Stepping back from a relationship problem provides a new perspective on how to deal with it. Meanwhile, watch your words. Something said in anger now could backfire later. BORN THIS WEEK: You love being the center of attention and probably would be a big success in show business.
Page 50 - no comments - 128 views [THE ADVICE GODDESS]
man understands, and he’s patient. He appreciates me and insists on my total commitment to him (meaning that I can’t date anyone else). The problem is, he lives in another state, and in our year together, his work schedule has kept him from visiting me.
Page 51 - no comments - 115 views [SPORTS TRIVIA]
5. Four players have won more than one NHL All-Star Game MVP award. Two of them are Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux. Who are the other two?.
Page 52 - no comments - 114 views [THIS WEEK IN NASCAR]
Stewart, 41, is in excellent position. His victory in the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway was his third of the season. He ranks 5th in the point standings, but once the Chase begins on Sept. 16, that ranking won’t matter as long as Stewart remains in the Top 10.
Page 53 - no comments - 127 views [CRASHING THE GATE]
Nor is it because of his journalistic work, though as co-host of “Entertainment Tonight” he was at the vanguard of the form, which in recent years has come to dominate the culture in magazines, shows like “TMZ” and thousands of websites. And he won an AP Award for investigative journalism.
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JULY.18 Live Acoustic Rock & Blues 10-2 Evan & Dana.
Page 55 - no comments - 129 views Specials
S.I.N. Night $4.50 So Co & Lime Shots $9.50 Domestic Buckets (5 Beers) (Bud/Bud Light/Bud Select/ Miller/Coors Light) $2.75 Miller Lite 18oz **All drink prices include tax**.
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