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    Artist exhibits green thumb in living moss art show

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    HPU art exhibit displays bygone eras of Japan

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    ICYMI: ‘Parasite’ makes history at Oscars, proving diversity matters

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    The man behind the counter: Charles Bess remembers the Greensboro sit-ins

    Much has been written about the four men who sat defiantly at the Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro all those years ago. But on the other side of the counter stands one other figure — another young black man, this one in a white paper hat and a busboy uniform.

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    IN THE WEEDS: Drinksgiving

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    Mozzarella Fellas: Traditional Italian, and then some

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    The man behind the counter: Charles Bess remembers the Greensboro sit-ins

    Much has been written about the four men who sat defiantly at the Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro all those years ago. But on the other side of the counter stands one other figure — another young black man, this one in a white paper hat and a busboy uniform.

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