Public history master’s students at UNCG have uncovered a rich set of stories about the base featured in a new exhibition, “The Guantánamo Public Memory Project,” which opens today (Dec.
“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater. The site was significant; City Stage is a historically segregated
Over four million Americans have one form of dementia: Alzheimer’s disease. As the population of the United States ages and the life expectancy increases, this number is expected to rise
Why the heck does it seem that some are more outraged that George Zimmerman is an alleged wife beater than a certifiable cold-bloodied murder? Even the skinheads at Fox News
In their six years of marriage, Alfonso Tobar has never seen his wife cry. Edith Sabillon came dangerously close to
Salem College junior Madison Thomas has earned the Congressional Gold Medal – the U.S. Congress’ highest award for young Americans.
When the sequester federal spending cuts forced flight delays because of the furlough of air traffic controllers, the normally deadlocked
Local authorities offer some ideas Despite widespread awareness about the importance of cancer screenings, Americans aren’t taking advantage of tests
Gun owners say they are not the problem. Protestors say enough is enough. Both viewpoints were highly visible Sunday at