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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Is chocolate good for you?

February 16, 2023

Chocolate is celebrated with most holidays. Especially with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and the grandaddy of all chocolate holidays, Valentine’s Day. It’s a day drenched in chocolate and love. A treat for the senses, a symbol of love and a time-honored pick me up. Chocolate is so enjoyed by so many but if we are […]

N.C. A&T’s Theatre Arts Program Presents “Othello”

February 16, 2023

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s Theatre Arts Program tackles one of Shakespeare’s most intimate family tragedies, Othello, beginning Feb. 23. The full title of the play is “The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice,” written by William Shakespeare in 1603. The production is a rare example of a dramatic work by Shakespeare […]

ME Report: Spearman’s death determined to be suicide

February 16, 2023

According to the “summary and interpretation” from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the cause of death of Rev. Dr. Theodore Anthony Spearman, former president of the North Carolina NAACP, “is attributed to a self-inflicted gunshot wound of the head resulting in significant internal injury involving the skull and brain matter. The summary continued, […]

High Point residents commemorate Feb. 11, 1960 sit-in

February 15, 2023

In High Point, two events commemorated the nation’s first high school student sit-in that led to the desegregation of the F.W. Woolworth lunch counter: the annual performance at Penn-Griffin School for the Arts and a community gathering at the bronze relief monument to the heroic act of civil disobedience 63 years ago. On Feb. 11, […]

Video gaming can become addictive

February 10, 2023

Video gaming is an extremely popular past time for many people. It is estimated that 2.7 billion people worldwide are gamers. Experts note that 75 percent of homes in this country have at least one gamer. For most people it is a fun and harmless form of entertainment, a fun way to spend time. There […]

Movie review: Missing

February 10, 2023

Sometimes when mom and dad are away, the kids will play. But what happens when mom and dad don’t comeback. Then what? The writers and directors of this amazing, tech-savvy mystery thriller know how to cut things close. That’s because they were the editors on the cult classic Searching. Back in 2018, that taut dra/hor/mys […]

Bennett College visits the location of its founding: St. Matthews United Methodist Church

February 9, 2023

As Bennett College approaches its 150th anniversary, Bennett Belles and administration paid homage to the academic institution’s beginnings with a visit to St. Matthews United Methodist Church on Sunday, Jan. 22. This history of Bennett College can be traced back to the unplastered basement of the Greensboro church, previously known as Warnersville Methodist Episcopal Church […]

Council recommends adding The Magnolia House to historical district

February 9, 2023

The Greensboro City Council discussed updating the Downtown Historic District map to now include The Magnolia House, located on Gorrell Street. Council passed a resolution that will allow the updated maps to be sent to the National Register Advisory Committee for further evaluation. District 3 Council member Zack Matheny was a no vote, citing that […]

Smith HS sweeps double header from Dudley

February 3, 2023

Smith girls blowout Dudley The Ben L Smith girls remain unbeaten in the Mid-State 3-A Conference with a 72-36 blowout over intercity rival Dudley Friday night at Dudley’s Chester Bradley Gym. The Golden Eagles jumped out to 16-1 first quarter lead and were never threatened again. The Panther’s Makayla Carney, a junior forward, scored Dudley’s […]

Memory loss is not necessarily a sign of pending dementia

February 3, 2023

So many people are worried about their memory. This is especially so as people start to get a little older. People say to me, “I walked into a room and then could not remember why I walked into the room.” This can be very disturbing to many people, but it does not have to mean […]


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