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Events : April 12 – 21

Apr 12th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetTHURS APRIL 12 -Melodime and Steve Everett @ The Green Bean, 8pm FRI APRIL 13 -Midtown Dickens, Romantic Animal, and Laila Nur @ The Green Bean, 8pm -Friday the 13th themed art show featuring works by Magena Morris and Arrington West @ CFBG, 7pm -Hi-Rollers, Fifty Bird Step, Arvid Noe, and Black Santa @ CFBG
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Events : April 5 – 14

Apr 5th, 2012 | By
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ShareTweetTHURS APRIL 5 -Khan, Systems, and TBA @ Karate Dungeon 9pm -Benefit for Mayan Solidarity: Jeffrey Lewis, Other Colors, Kasper Hauser, and Piedmontsmen @ The Blind Tiger 8pm -Time Sawyer, Backwater Opera, and Alleghany Street @ Green Bean 7:30pm -Phuzz Phest (Winston Salem): Drag Sounds, The Hive Dwellers, Birds & Arrows, Blue on White, and
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Events : March 29-April 7

Mar 29th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetAll shows are in Greensboro unless otherwise specified. Thursday March 29th -Bearded Folk, Stephen Murray + Robert Benjamin @ The Green Bean, 8pm -Lazy Cat Arts Benefit show feat. Village Tricycle, Laura Boswell, Matty Sheets & The Blockheads, Laila Nur, Molly McGinn, Painted Skulls, Emily Stewart and the Baby Teeth, and Megan Jean and the
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Greensboro Cash Mob

Mar 26th, 2012 | By

ShareTweet The first ever Cash Mob ascended on downtown Greensboro Saturday, March 24.  Folks met up at the McGee/Greene roundabout  (near M’Coul’s and The Carolina Theatre.) Armed with a mission of spending at least $10 at a local shop, meeting at least three strangers, and then meeting for drinks at a local eatery, the mob
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Greensboro Writer to Cover Cannes Film Festival

Mar 19th, 2012 | By
Cannes Film Festival Coverage

ShareTweetOne of Greensboro’s national journalists, Budd Wilkins, has just received accreditation to cover the Cannes Film Festival for Slant Magazine this May. Wilkins regularly contributes reviews – spanning all genres of cinema, new and old – for the online magazine. Here is one of our favorite reviews of his, this time for Belle de Jour.
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Carolina Beard and Moustache Competition

Mar 8th, 2012 | By
Carolina Beard and Moustache Competition

ShareTweetThis weekend the Blind Tiger, as well as the larger Greensboro area, will be beset on all sides by the hairy, the moustached, and the bearded. Like a sea of sasquatches, the hairy ones will descend upon our humble town for one reason and one reason only, the first annual Carolina Beard and Moustache Competition!
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Mayoral Musings: @KateiforMayor

Mar 2nd, 2012 | By
@kateiformayor

ShareTweetHave you heard? @KateiForMayor!!! The slogan-turned-twitter page has been popping up on social networks and shouted at shows all over Greensboro in 2012. A product of spit-fire facebookin’, Sheets-style wisdom, and Obama-inspired art, @KateiForMayor began in January as a response to the wide-spread altercation  between an opinionated green-haired girl and a wizardly fellow on Tate Street; the first “katei
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Divided We Stand, United With Power

Feb 7th, 2012 | By
http://electronicphotographbook.blogspot.com/

ShareTweetPeople are standing up all over the world.  We are not satisfied.  We have a commonality in that.   Other commonalities?  Well, a lot of us would like to see world peace, we all like food, we want to be loved, and a lot of us would like to be able to go see a
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First of all, I know smoking is stupid.

Jan 30th, 2012 | By
Greensboro cigarette

ShareTweet  You don’t have to tell me. It’s stupid. Probably the most stupid thing I’ve ever done. Most stupid? Stupidest? Both. Now that everyone knows how stupid smoking is, and the only place us stupid smokers can still light up is outside, I have some grievances. First of all, smoking outside makes me lie a
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CFBG’s: Record Co-Op Grand Opening

Jan 20th, 2012 | By

ShareTweetGreensboro has been desperately in want of a record store, and that need has recently been filled. CFBG (Campaign For a Better Greensboro) has recently given us just that. Their record co-op has over 8,000 new and old records, along with CDs by local artists and listening stations.  Some of you may recognize one of
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