Theater review: NC A&T presents "Plenty of Time" - Greensboro News & Record — Greensboro News & Record Theater review: NC A&T presents "Plenty of Time" Greensboro News & Record How long does it take for “friends with benefits” to become more than friends? That's one of the key questions explored in this charming production of “Plenty of Time” by N.C. A&T's Department of Visual and Performing Arts. And the answer is gradually ...
Azalea Festival announces queen for 2017 - Entertainment ... - StarNewsOnline.com — StarNewsOnline.com Azalea Festival announces queen for 2017 - Entertainment ... StarNewsOnline.com Kira Kazantsev will be the 70th queen of the N.C. Azalea Festival, the festival announced Thursday. Kazantsev is best known for winning the title of Miss America ... and more »
NC A&T, UNCG professors win top UNC system teaching awards - Greensboro News & Record — Greensboro News & Record NC A&T, UNCG professors win top UNC system teaching awards Greensboro News & Record CHAPEL HILL — A health educator at UNC-Greensboro and a business professor at N.C. A&T are among the 2017 winners of the UNC system's Awards for Excellence in Teaching. The UNC Board of Governors bestows its top annual teaching award to one ... and more »
Vans Warped Tour reveals bands for Wilmington stop - StarNewsOnline.com — MLive.com Vans Warped Tour reveals bands for Wilmington stop StarNewsOnline.com Southern rock and metal band Valient Thorr is the only North Carolina act listed on the bill, and Myrtle Beach hardcore group Hundredth will play the tour as well. And while most of the ... and photographers. Contact John Staton at 910-343-2343 or John . 2017 Vans Warped Tour :: Live Artist Announce Webcast - YouTube YouTube all 53 news articles »
I wish I were president - Asheboro Courier Tribune — I wish I were president Asheboro Courier Tribune In the '60s things began to change with the likes of George Wallace, John Conley and Strom Thurmond who called themselves Dixiecrats. They were racists, segregationist and white supremacist, many of whom were members of the KKK who supported ...
WNC hills alive with spring, wildflowers - Asheville Citizen-Times — Asheville Citizen-Times WNC hills alive with spring, wildflowers Asheville Citizen-Times LINVILLE - Western North Carolina's winter and spring have traded places so often, wildflowers are probably wondering when it's safe to finally come out. This last spat of March spring warmth seems to have made the difference, said Chris Ulrey ...
John Arthur LaTerra - Fredericksburg.com — Fredericksburg.com John Arthur LaTerra Fredericksburg.com He is also survived by his daughters, Jodi (Bryan) Flood of Warrenton, Va. and Amanda LaTerra of Montefalco, Italy; his son, Peter LaTerra of Suzhou, China; granddaughter Lily Flood; sister-in-law Elvira LaTerra of Concord, N.C. ; niece Catherine ... and more »
Forbidden love - Burlington Times News — Burlington Times News Forbidden love Burlington Times News In 1965, John Humphrey began writing stories about his life as a young soldier stationed in South Korea in the mid-1950s. He was a self-employed textile designer in ... His granddaughter, a senior at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington ...
Facebook CEO talks democracy, fake news, denies political aspirations at NC A&T talk - Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem Journal Facebook CEO talks democracy, fake news, denies political aspirations at NC A&T talk Winston-Salem Journal GREENSBORO — On his first visit to North Carolina , Facebook leader Mark Zuckerberg wrangled with fake news, denied he was running for president and busted out an “Aggie Pride” cheer. For an hour at N.C. A&T on Monday, Zuckerberg stood in front of ... Mark Zuckerberg | Facebook Facebook Mark Zuckerberg - Live at North Carolina A&T State... - Facebook Facebook Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg visits Governor's School in Greenville Greenville News all 88 news articles »
NC House Bill looks to re-classify juvenile offenders - New Bern Sun Journal — New Bern Sun Journal NC House Bill looks to re-classify juvenile offenders New Bern Sun Journal If those same non-violent teens were in the juvenile system, however, “ the juvenile system requires frequent contact with court counselors, assessments, rehabilitative services, mental health and substance abuse treatment, counseling and education. It ... and more »