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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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Why I am Against Amendment One

May 2nd, 2012 | By

ShareTweetMay 8th is less than a week away, and the streets of Greensboro are lined by blue “Vote against the Amendment” signs. Although there is still the occasional “For Amendment One” sign at the side of the road, I find it hard to believe the “supporters” of the amendment actually understand what it is truly
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A Look Back With Matt Northrup As He Says ‘Wassup!’ To Summer and Charlottesville

Apr 27th, 2012 | By
Matt Northrup

ShareTweetThis week I had a correspondence with current WUAG music director and Full Spectrum Records artist Matt Northrup. He touched on a number of things from his bands (Casual Curious, Hidden Lake Park, Ruler, and Mutant League), solo work, and his upcoming move to Charlottesville. He also shared a wonderful retrospective of his time in
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Revealing Parts Unknown

Apr 18th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetI bought my first comic when I was five during a family vacation to Ocracoke Island. We were at a drug store buying toiletries and I saw The Punisher War Journal staring at me from the comic stands near the magazines. It was love at first sight. When I moved to Greensboro, I became a
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The Return of Come Hell or High Water

Apr 13th, 2012 | By
Come Hell or High Water

ShareTweetCome Hell or High Water have been on hiatus for almost a year, and are now finally reemerging. This is something I’m very excited about, and I was even more excited when Keith and I pulled up to interview the band. The five-piece is comprised of Suzanne Stafford (vocals and guitar), Matty Sheets (slide guitar),
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Vote Against Amendment One on May 8th

Apr 10th, 2012 | By
Amendment One

ShareTweetFriends and neighbors here in Greensboro are coming together against Amendment One.  Here’s a video from Harvey Robinson, Laurelyn Dossett, Molly McGinn, Sam Frazier, Logie Meachum, Ben Singer, and many more. Spread the word and don’t forget to vote on May 8th!



Riding Through Hell on The Village Tricycle

Apr 6th, 2012 | By
The Village Tricycle

ShareTweetFor this week’s interview, Keith and I got to talk with one of Greensboro’s newer bands – and definitely one of the most original. The Village Tricycle consists of Rebecca Henderson on vocals, Mike O’Malley on drums and vocals, and Jeremy Harris on keyboards and vocals. Together, they make up some sort of musical-esque punk
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Saving the Day with Daily Planet

Apr 4th, 2012 | By
Daily Planet

ShareTweetI’ve known Eric Murphy, better known as his alter ego Daily Planet, for years now. Back in the summer of 2010 Murphy, Harrison Barrow, myself, and a host of our friends would drink ourselves into oblivion on our friend Pete’s porch while listening to classic Motown and fucking with pedestrians. I’ve meant to get around to
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Molly McGinn in Wonderland with Wurlitzer Prize

Mar 30th, 2012 | By
Molly McGinn

ShareTweetKeith and I met this week’s interviewee in a different location – Ed McKay’s. Molly McGinn is a woman of many talents, dabbling with bands such as Amelia’s Mechanics and Thacker Dairy Road. She’s recently started a new project, Wurlitzer Prize, and you can read a review of their show Saturday here. We talked with
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Lazy Cat Arts Benefit Show March 29th at the Flatiron

Mar 27th, 2012 | By

ShareTweet The Greensboro community has come together countless times in the past to help those of us in need.  Musicians, artists, organizers, and supporters have come out to help so many times, it would be crazy to try and list them all.  One that sticks in my mind was five or six years ago when
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