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Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

    Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

The weekly Moral Monday rally at the General Assembly saw a swelling in attendance this week, courtesy of the latest repressive law passed by Republican lawmakers. In what was the

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The Secret Language of Dogs

    The Secret Language of Dogs

As a toddler, Kyle Anderson spent countless hours watching his father, veteran dog trainer Don Anderson, practice his craft. “I would sit him in the captain’s chair and he would

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R&R Hall of Famer coming to the Triad

    R&R Hall of Famer coming to the Triad

Guitar legend Buddy Guy will be in concert on Friday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. at The Carolina Theatre in Greensboro. Guy is best known as a pioneer of the

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Making us laugh comes naturally for homegrown talent

    Making us laugh comes naturally for homegrown talent

Every time city native Jeremy “JJ” Johnson hits the field at BB&T Ballpark, he is one step closer to achieving his dream of becoming a household name. As the entertainment

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FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

    FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

Forsyth County Day School eighth graders took a trip to Greensboro on April 26 to visit the International Civil Rights

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Sequester pain beyond air travel

    Sequester pain beyond air travel

When the sequester federal spending cuts forced flight delays because of the furlough of air traffic controllers, the normally deadlocked

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Doctor meshes faith and health

    Doctor meshes  faith and health

Dr. Kara Davis is unique in the field of medicine.  Most physicians lean on their medical books and training when evaluating their

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Carver High testing single-gender classes

    Carver High testing  single-gender classes

It could be said that Daniel Piggott Jr.’s common core algebra class is a boys’ club, and that’s the way

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Theatre Festival season kicked off

    Theatre Festival season kicked off

Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins and NAACP Image Award winner Dorien Wilson have been tapped to serve as celebrity co-chairs

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Community service honors will feature Rev. Jeremiah Wright

    Community service honors will feature Rev. Jeremiah Wright

The leader of the unstoppable Winston-Salem State University football program and the mayor’s right-hand woman have been selected to receive

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