Posts Tagged ‘ greensboro ’

The Sand in the Glass

Feb 19th, 2016 | By

ShareTweetWe always want the sand to be coarser than it is. The smooth granules slide through the neck always passing through quickly as if to avoid having to make the decision to do so. If I leave my hourglass in the rain will it slow time down? Will it freeze these moments of bliss? And
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How Do You Look Back?

Nov 26th, 2014 | By

ShareTweetThe mind can create nightmares of horror if you let it. The past as a vulture circling above you reminding you of your eventual suffering. Memories clasp onto your past while talons drag remnants along the roadside. The scavenger always picks at but never carries away the remains.   The mind can also paint masterworks
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From Saturn with View

Nov 12th, 2013 | By
In Saturns Rings

ShareTweetThe Greensboro film project, “In Saturn’s Rings” by Stephen van Vuuren, has a trajectory for cyberspace and it is about to be kick started into orbit. The funding campaign begins this week and will run for 28 days in order to pay for the recording costs, global music rights and mastering fees totaling $37,000. If
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Greensboro House Tour Goes Back to the Future

Oct 7th, 2013 | By

ShareTweetMidcentury modern design has undeniably seen a resurgence in interest recently. Just look at Mad Men. It just so happens that the same cool design aesthetic found in that show is present in several Greensboro homes, largely due to the work of one architect: Edward Loewenstein. Hailing from Chicago, Loewenstein moved to Greensboro after marrying
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A Discussion on Greensboro’s Racism, Politics and Teen Curfew

Jul 25th, 2013 | By
Teen Curfew Officer Cranford

ShareTweetA Ready Made Article by Matt Amick In an effort to provide a form of journalism free of bias, I am presenting a “ready-made” record of the events or rather the words spoken at the Teen/Parent Meeting held at the Greensboro Public Library on July 24th, 2013.  They are not exact as ears often miss parts of the entire story. 
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In the Eye of Cytokine Storm

May 28th, 2013 | By

ShareTweet Cytokine Storm: A potentially fatal immune reaction consisting of a positive feedback loop between cytokines and immune cells with highly levels of various cytokines. It was raining so hard I practically had to swim to their practice space, a storage unit off of Wendover. The unit was filled to the brim with music equipment. The
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Colorful Chaos: Graffiti in Greensboro

May 3rd, 2013 | By

ShareTweetWheat paste and sweat, stencils and cigarette burns. You can find them in train yards, risking their lives and toes for a prime tagging spot. Others can be found in back alleys, side streets, and behind dingy bars. Greensboro may not have the biggest graffiti scene in the world, or even in North Carolina, but
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Radio Reds album fundraiser @ CFBG’s

Feb 19th, 2013 | By

ShareTweetThe Radio Reds, who some of you may know as “friends of the show,” are putting on a show this Friday (February 22) at CFBG’s to get some funds for their new record. They will be recording the album next month at Legitimate Business, a local recording studio and former venue familiar to many musicians
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Staying Behind, or, Why I’m Choosing to Remain in Greensboro.

Feb 15th, 2013 | By

ShareTweetI have changed a lot in the past three years. When I was fifteen, I looked at anyone who stayed in their hometown for college as lazy, or thought they would never go anywhere. I told myself I would be a failure to stay in Greensboro for college. I had dreams of going to art
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Tunes For Teachers: Community For A Cause

Jan 30th, 2013 | By
Harry Barrow

ShareTweetOn Saturday, January 26, 2013, a thriving community came together for a very worthy cause. Helena Love, in conjunction with Backlot Records, hosted Tunes For Teachers, a benefit show for Guilford County Teachers Toolbox, to help cover school teachers’ costs in providing quality education in our public school system.   I may be a little
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