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Movie Review: Deadpool 2

June 8, 2018

In the pantheon of comic book hero movies, Deadpool set itself apart from the herd. It was ultra-violent, pansexual, hysterical, unapologetically sarcastic, frenetic and broke the 4th wall down with a sledgehammer. The deeply droll and irreverent Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds played the vomit-faced superhero. The script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick took audiences […]

Black business leaders demand changes to M/WBE policies

June 8, 2018

Black business leaders, civil rights advocates and members of the Black clergy addressed the Greensboro City Council during council’s Tuesday, June 5 meeting over concerns of economic racial disparities in City of Greensboro contracting and to call for economic justice. About 15 people spoke to council about the City of Greensboro’s Minority and Women Business […]

NCAA Track & Field Championships

June 1, 2018

TAMPA, FL. – North Carolina A&T spent the final day of the 2018 NCAA East Preliminary Round at University of South Florida (USF) Track & Field Stadium adding to their NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship qualifying totals. Junior men’s sprinter Rodney Rowe and junior women’s jumper Anisa Toppin led the way on Saturday. The […]

Summer is the season to be active and exercise

June 1, 2018

Summertime is the time of year when a lot of people become more active and try to lose weight. Patients often tell me about an upcoming family reunion, class reunion, wedding or even a vacation where they would like to look their very best. I will take that motivation to exercise and lose weight from […]

Greensboro Medical Society hosts Men’s Doctor Day

June 1, 2018

At Wiley Elementary, consider the diagnosis a healthy success from 13 African American doctors on Men’s Doctor Day. The smiling doctors from the Greensboro Medical Society delighted in dispensing hope and inspiration to the young male students. Donning characteristic white medical coats, the doctors met in groups with the eager young students. They provided the […]

NCHSAA State Championships: Guilford athletes bring home medals

May 25, 2018

4-A Track & Field Results Girls Fifty-seven high schools competed in the 32nd annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s (NCHSAA) Track and Field Championships held at North Carolina A&T State University’s Irwin Belk Track on Saturday, May 19. Panther Creek of Cary won the girls’ 4-A title with a score of 69 points. High […]

Is middle-age too late to start living a healthier life?

May 24, 2018

When you consider your health, there is no secret that it is certainly better for you to start good healthy habits as soon as possible. The earlier you start to exercise on a regular basis the better. The earlier you start to eat healthier the better. The bottom line here is to be healthy and […]

Faith leaders galvanize the Poor People’s Campaign

May 24, 2018

On Friday, May 18, national leaders Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, and Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), joined Greensboro clergy, civic and community leaders to discuss the objectives of the Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival. Leaders gathered at Beloved Community Center in Greensboro to […]

UNCG Softball: Spartans head to NCAA Regionals

May 19, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – UNCG softball team, the 2018 Southern Conference Tournament and Regular Season Champions, will continue its season as the team will head to the regional NCAA Tournament held in Columbia, S.C. The host university is the No. 9 seed University of South Carolina, who will square off against UNCG at 7:30 p.m. on […]

Giovanni closes Greensboro Bound Literary Festival with presentation at NCA&TSU

May 19, 2018

To close out the first Greensboro Bound Literary Festival, acclaimed poet and children’s author Nikki Giovanni will deliver the keynote in Harrison Auditorium at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University at 6 p.m., Sunday, May 20. Giovanni has authored numerous children’s books and poetry collections including, “Chasing Utopia: A Hybrid,” “Bicycles: Love Poems,” “Acolytes” […]

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