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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Foxy Roxie

Nov 4th, 2011 | By

ShareTweetRoxie is the unknown breed (it is assumed that she is corgi and feist) that I adopted on Saturday, 20 August 2011 when she was approximately 15 months old. I had originally looked at one other dog the month before, but the rescue group didn’t think the dog was appropriate for apartment living, even though I
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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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Bicycling in Greensboro: a first look

Nov 1st, 2011 | By
Lake Danial Greenway in Westerwood

ShareTweetGreen is a big deal in Greensboro. Beyond our namesake and lush landscape, Greensboro boasts a commitment to sustainability which is exemplified through our strong bicycling community. Clubs and programs provide a community for bike enthusiasts while the various greenways and trails provide a place for that community to interact. The “share the road” philosophy
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