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CULTURE

TCB Recommends: May 28 Issue

This week we’ve got an Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani collab, a dystopian thriller about medical experiments and a card game...

Pandemic Life: Kwamba Nkembe on being stuck out of the country

For Dr. Kwamba Nkembe, the fourth time proved to be the charm.Nkembe, who works as a physician...

‘I can’t stop making art’: Pandemic encourages sculptor to create hundreds of new pieces

It’s late May and Erik Beerbower’s backyard garden is thriving. But unlike his neighbors, whose labor may fruit lilies or tomatoes...

College seniors talk virtual graduations and uncertain futures in midst of pandemic

Featured photo: WFU graduating senior Alexx Andersen (courtesy photo)Jenna Brzykcy is heartbroken.A senior...

‘Basketball dreams’: From Nigeria to WFU, player Ikenna Smart recounts his b-ball journey

by Natalie AlmsHakeem Olajuwon’s nickname is “the Dream.”It’s fitting, both because of the...

TCB Recommends: May 21 Issue

This week we’ve got a David Spade cameo, a board game that’s perfect for Tetris fans and a new TV series...

OPINION

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic, Part IX

Today we've got we've got a Faces of the Pandemic gallery from Todd Turner, who's been hustling around Greensboro to get shots...

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic, Part VIII

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic, Part VIII

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part VII

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part VI

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part VI

For this installation of Faces of the Pandemic, Todd Turner visited the Interactive Resource Center of Greensboro, a day center for...

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Damage control and the teevee news

A big part of an editor’s job is damage control. Sometimes, we can actually head off the damage before it happens. Not this time.

GALLERY: Faces of the Pandemic Part V

We've got another batch of faces for ourFaces of the Pandemic gallery, this one from Todd Turner, who's working the Greensboro...

TRENDING

Greensboro, Day 2: Most marching peacefully, some looting, protesters calling for end to racist policing

People took to the streets in Greensboro for a second night of protests on Sunday, saying with heartfelt speeches, marching feet,...

Al Heggins fired as human relations director in High Point

Al Heggins has been terminated as human relations director by the city of High Point.Heggins received a letter yesterday from the city informing her...

Things fall apart

'Please, a little less winning’ Inside the Greensboro Coliseum on June 14, 2016, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump unleashed one of his more memorably over-the-top campaign...

VIDEO: Day of peaceful protests in Greensboro protests end in night of destruction

Two Greensboro protests proved both inspirational and destructive.

Armed ‘boogaloo’ activists converge on Raleigh, flouting state law

Militia activists promoting the idea of a second civil war through “boogaloo” are in Raleigh today carrying firearms, flouting state law.

The best casual, fancy and late-night eats during NBTF

approximately 600 restaurants exist in the Camel City, while fewer than a quarter-million people call it home. That resident-to-restaurant ratio means...

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Greensboro, Day 2: Most marching peacefully, some looting, protesters calling for end to racist policing

People took to the streets in Greensboro for a second night of protests on Sunday, saying with heartfelt speeches, marching feet,...

VIDEO: Day of peaceful protests in Greensboro protests end in night of destruction

Two Greensboro protests proved both inspirational and destructive.

In Raleigh, police deploy teargas and protesters break out windows in chaotic day of action

Protesters angered over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and police clashed in downtown Raleigh over several hours.

Coronavirus daily update: Saturday, May 30

Coronavirus daily update: Saturday, May 30 — From the back patio

Drastic reduction in school bond amount leaves school board questioning which projects to cut

It’s back to the drawing board, some members of the Guilford County School Board say, after the county commission voted last...

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, May 29

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, May 29 — Black lives matter

WSPD chief and Forsyth sheriff: George Floyd killing decimates community trust and tarnishes badge

Police Chief Catrina Thompson and Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough jointly condemned the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis during a press conference...

Complaint: Elevators chronically out of service at Greensboro public-housing high-rise

One of the elevators at the Gateway Plaza high-rise in downtown Greensboro is chronically out of service, according to a formal complaint.

Coronavirus daily update: Thursday, May 28

Coronavirus daily update: Thursday, May 28 — Executive actions

TCB Recommends: May 28 Issue

This week we’ve got an Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani collab, a dystopian thriller about medical experiments and a card game...

EDITORS NOTEBOOK: I don’t know

We’re coming back to print next week with our June 4 edition, and I don’t know how many people will be...

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Coronavirus daily update: Tuesday, June 2 — Our frenetic news cycle

Coronavirus daily update: Monday, June 1

Coronavirus daily update: Monday, June 1 — One foot out the door

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People took to the streets in Greensboro for a second night of protests on Sunday, saying with heartfelt speeches, marching feet,...

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