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Sunday, November 27, 2022

Rebellious to debut at Triad Stage

September 23, 2022

The Greensboro History Museum will host Bennett Belles who took part in the 1960 Sit-ins during a live History Notes podcast at 2 p.m., Sunday, September 25, at the Upstairs Cabaret, Triad Stage, 232 S. Elm St. History Notes is a technology-enriched educational resource, an innovative podcast series that connects past experiences with today’s learner. […]


The 11th Annual NC Folk Festival

September 16, 2022

The 11th Annual North Carolina Folk Festival brought music lovers to downtown Greensboro from Friday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Sept. 11. The festival featured more than 300 artists on five stages and performances inside the Greensboro Culture Center. Musical artists and groups represented a diverse array of cultural musical traditions from around the world such […]


GROW Residency for Mixed Media Artist Bevelyn Ukah

September 2, 2022

Artist and activist Bevelyn Ukah will be partnering with the N.C. Climate Justice Collective to produce a new GROW residency August 29 to September 18 at the Greensboro Cultural Center. The residency will include open art making sessions and specialized workshops in collaboration with members of the NC Climate Justice Collective on topics ranging from […]


Film Review: Day Shift

August 26, 2022

He works hard for the money. Hunting, killing and extracting teeth from vampires for a living, in the hot San Fernando Valley, is no joke. Bud (Jamie Foxx) acts like he’s just an innocuous pool cleaner in SoCal. But on the downlow, he’s hunting bloodsuckers for cash. He just got kicked out of the international […]


FILM REVIEW: ‘Nope’ is a yes! — Peele delivers with follow-up

August 19, 2022

Jordan Peele has been compared to horror and psychological thriller giant Alfred Hitchcock and science-fiction legend Steven Spielberg, but Peele is in a league of his own. Peele’s masterful ability to merge two beloved film genres, with social commentary on issues of race, gender, class, and sexuality is unparalleled in the current filmic landscape. Initially […]


North Carolina Native and N.C.A&T graduate, Lorey Hayes, stars in film Dignity at 2022 National Black Theater Festival

August 5, 2022

Lorey Hayes, North Carolina A&T State University’s first theater major, mentored by the late professor, Dr. John Marshall Kilimanjaro, is once again represented at the National Black Theater Festival appearing with Tom Katsis in the film Dignity. The film Dignity, written, directed and produced by Pat Battistini, stars Lorey Hayes (Anna) and Tom Katsis as […]


Eastern Music Festival presents: The Euphonium-Tuba Institute with The North Carolina Brass Band

July 1, 2022

Eastern Music Festival (EMF), Greensboro’s nationally recognized classical music festival and summer educational program, will feature a signature performance on Wednesday, July 6th, in Dana Auditorium at Guilford College, in dedication to the memory of EMF board member and Greensboro local, Dr. Dennis W. AsKew. Dennis AsKew was well-loved by students and faculty at UNC-Greensboro, […]


Movie Review: Hustle

June 24, 2022

When comic actor Adam Sandler took on the challenging role of a diamond dealer in the gritty riveting film Uncut Gems, he crossed a chasm. It was as if he’d put his past behind him and was determined to become a multifaceted actor. Hustle proves that point. Sandler doesn’t overdo the basketball scout character of […]


Movie Review: The Torch

June 16, 2022

“Before you leave, teach someone to drive.” That advice from a former boss at an auto shop best expresses blues legend Buddy Guy’s destiny. This is not the definitive Buddy Guy bio/doc. That distinction goes to Buddy Guy: The Blues Chase the Blues Away, which appeared on PBS in 2021. This nonfiction film has a […]


Greensboro Opera Youth Opera Camp Performance

June 10, 2022

Join the Greensboro Opera on Friday, June 17th at 2:00 pm at Mount Zion Baptist Church for a performance by the Greensboro Opera Youth Opera Camp. Campers will showcase all they have learned in the two-week opera camp, by presenting “Christmas Eve at Café Momus” from Act II of Puccini’s opera La bohème! Mount Zion […]


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