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Local artist, friend Chris Lubinski needs our help…

May 2nd, 2012 | By

ShareTweetIf you’ve been around town, whether at a CFBG art opening or at a local music venue like The Flatiron or The Greenbean, you’ve most likely met local artist and all around good guy, Chris Lubinski. In our numerous past conversations Chris has discussed his fondness for Greensboro and its good people. And, if you’ve
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Review: Jason & The Scorchers – Berkeley Cafe 1/7/2012

Jan 19th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetJason Ringenberg and company are billing this as their 30 year anniversary tour. I had seen them some 25 years ago and that was by accident. I had traveled into NYC to see one of my favorite bands of all time, The Blasters, but they had to cancel. Apparently, the band was suffering from a
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Northern wins 3-A Championship: Great Game, Bad Puns

Dec 10th, 2011 | By

ShareTweetOkay. time for me to fess up. I watched Northern play Page in early October. To say that I was underwhelmed by Northern would be kind.  This Past Friday the Northern Nighthawks pasted Crest High School to take the 3-A North Carolina High School championship. And they did it with surprising ease. Let it sink
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Northern beats Wilson Hunt, I get to eat again

Dec 1st, 2011 | By

ShareTweetNorthern continued it’s quest to rule the North Carolina High School football landscape for one more year on Friday night when they squared off against Wilson Hunt.  This was one to remember. Not for the X’s and O’s, the spirited crowd or heroics of a the players involved. Nope. None of that “thrill of victory
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Northern vs Douglas Byrd – A Valley Girl’s Perspective

Nov 22nd, 2011 | By
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ShareTweetDue to circumstances beyond my control (I had a bitchin’ hangnail) I could not attend the championship game between northern and Douglas Byrd in Fayetteville NC this Friday. Fortunately, my daughter, a high school student at Northern, made the trip for me. In an effort to be more inclusive and appease folks of other backgrounds
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Art, Music, A Feast for the Senses

Nov 17th, 2011 | By

ShareTweetI am constantly amazed at the vital and happening creative scene in Greensboro. Here’s a gallery show opening you simply do not want to miss. Take note… Artists: LazyCatArts (Christopher Lubinski) On Stage: Laura Boswell, The Painted Skulls and Amelia’s Mechanics. Friday at 9:00pm – November 19 at 1:00am CFBG 930 South Chapman Street, Greensboro,
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Northern vs W. Allamance and Why Some Species Eat Their Young

Nov 15th, 2011 | By

ShareTweetThis time of year when the weather gets cold, I often think of the gridiron gladiators of yesteryear. You know, the guys from the old NFL films who played through pain, cold, and inclement conditions that would make Eric the Red turn blue. I can still see Bud Grant leading his Vikings, Alan Page, Carl
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An Evening of Football at Dudley High

Nov 2nd, 2011 | By

ShareTweetSince moving to Greensboro I’ve been amazed by the pleasant demeanor of casual acquaintances, the talent found throughout the city, and the number of things one can fry in the name of southern cuisine. But nothing surprises me more than this city’s appetite for sports. Whether it’s high school basketball, college lacrosse, or pro football,
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