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2019 N.C. Folk Fest

September 12, 2019

From bluegrass bands to dance battles, from university drum lines to community drum circles, the N.C. Folk Festival had more than enough to offer festival goers as they packed downtown Greensboro this weekend from September 6-8. The three-day event transformed several downtown Greensboro streets to invite people from all over to experience a multicultural festival […]


A&T Theatre Alumnus launches campaign to promote civil rights and legacy of former professor

September 11, 2019

Award-winning playwright and performing activist Arnold Pinnix is launching his “Became a Peacemaker” campaign in commemoration of the anniversary of the 1963 “March On Washington” and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s “I Have A Dream Speech.” Pinnix’s play named, The Peacemaker, in honor of the founder of the Carolina Peacemaker will be used as a […]


Book Review: Where the Lost Dogs Go

August 30, 2019

The panic can’t be described. Your dog is missing. How did he get out? Where did she go? Most importantly, where is he now and how can you ever hope to find him? Do you run outside, call the neighbors, call her name? That panic is horrible, so be prepared by reading “Where the Lost […]


Book Review: The Tubman Command

August 15, 2019

You are the Big Kahuna. The Boss, the One in Charge, maker of decisions and teller of things to do. You’re the Big Cheese with all the responsibility and you ain’t bad at it. So how would you do if, as in the novel, “The Tubman Command” by Elizabeth Cobbs, the very lives of soldiers, […]


National Day of Dance Greensboro Gets Down!

August 2, 2019

Dozens of residents gathered at LeBauer Park on Saturday, July 27 to celebrate the city’s third annual National Dance Day. National Dance Day was launched in 2010 by Nigel Lythgoe, the co-creator of TV show, So You Think You Can Dance as a way to celebrate all the various types of dance and dancers across […]


Celebrate the 50th Anniversay of the Apollo 11 Lunar Landing

July 12, 2019

July 20, 1969 – July 20, 2019 Here are four books about the moon to make any reader swoon. “The Moon’s First Friends” by Susanna Leonard Hill, pictures by Elisa Paganelli “If You Had a Birthday Party on the Moon” by Joyce Lapin, illustrated by Simona Ceccarelli “The First Men Who Went to the Moon” […]


Josephus III: Engineering a legacy with poetry

July 3, 2019

They say if you do what you love you’ll never have to work a day in your life. Greensboro poet Josephus Thompson the III agrees. “I tell people all the time to find something that you are willing to do for free and then the trick is doing it so well that people are willing […]


Movie Review: Last Black Man of San Francisco

June 20, 2019

You can like the message even if the messenger isn’t perfect. The migration of well-to-do millennials, empty nesters and others into cities and the exit of working-class people and/or people of color is a social phenomenon: Brooklyn, Raleigh, Philly, Chicago, Nashville, Denver… Still, the poster child for cities in radical transition has got to be […]


Movie Review: John Wick Chapter 3

June 6, 2019

Should the glorification of gun violence, as depicted in this action/thriller, become a thing of the past? Is that notion worth a discussion? Think on it. John Wick is back. In Chapter 3 of this ultra-violent franchise, this assassin digs deeper and deeper into an underworld of hit men and women who are greedy for […]


Book Review: The Wonder of Lost Causes

May 30, 2019

Pitbull or Poodle? Doberman, Dalmatian, or Dachshund? Small dog or big dog, long-haired or no hair, you’re a good dog parent who knows how to pick the right dog for you. It’s a little bit science, a little bit heart and, as in the new book “The Wonder of Lost Causes” by Nick Trout, it’s […]


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