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Awesome day for our regional culture

GREENSBORO, NC — The North Carolina General Assembly passed legislation reversing the ordinance passed by the neopagan Charlotte City Council. But the legislation further prohibited local governments from passing anti-discrimination ordinances that would create new protected classes. This is a huge victory.

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Backwater state legislators, Moore, Berger, aim to drag most successful cities to lowest common denominator

GREENSBORO, NC — Facts seem to be less important than the political opportunity legislators have manufactured. Emotional issues can divert attention from a sluggish economy or inadequate school funding. They provide an excuse to revoke progressive policies enacted by other cities — with no warning that the attacks are coming and therefore no chance to counter them with public opinion. ($$$ — fee may be required)

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Nominations sought for Arts In Business Award

GREENSBORO, NC — ArtsGreensboro, in partnership with the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Guilford Merchants Association, and the North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center at UNCG, is accepting nominations for the 2016 Arts in Business Award. This annual award recognizes a Greensboro small business for its leadership and commitment to the arts and its impact on the arts over the past year, as measured by activities, projects, and/or events in support of any aspect of the arts.

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Boom!

Video captured from a parking deck camera of a manhole explosion in Greensboro, NC shortly after 8:30 P.M. on March 20, 2016. According to the Greensboro Police Department, Duke Energy explained the explosion was caused by a problem with underground electrical wiring.

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Bigger. Better.

GREENSBORO, NC –Greensboro Coliseum Complex director, Matt Brown, asked Greensboro City Council Friday to fund an expansion of the Greensboro Aquatic Center that’s estimated to cost about $5 million.

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