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Greensboro’s Scuppernong Books, which opened seven years ago at 304 S. Elm St., isn’t going anywhere in the real world but is leaving a major part of the virtual one. Steve Mitchell recently told YES! Weekly that he and co-owner Brian Lampkin are largely done with Facebook.

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“Kids. I don’t understand what’s wrong with these kids today. Kids. Who can understand anything they say?  Kids. You can talk and talk ‘till your face is blue, but they still do just what they want to do.”

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OK, with a title like Uncle Peckerhead, it’s fairly obvious that this is not a film that will win any Academy Awards. And, once you learn what it’s about, it’s not so much obvious as certain.

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Welcome to our favorite issue of the year, The Triad’s Best! As many of you may know, this is our biggest issue all year, and something we spend several months working on. This year, exactly 166,410 votes were cast by nearly 30,000 people—setting a new record for participation! People from a…

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On the 48th night of #OccupyWSNC, the Triad Abolition Project announced that their demands had been met by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office and that the almost two-month occupation of Bailey Park would end on Sept. 1. 

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RALEIGH - Today, House Republicans released their budget proposal, which gave money for special interests but left working North Carolinains behind. Democratic Leader Darren Jackson has released the following statement after the announcement of the Republican budget: 

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Aug. 23 marked the Triad Abolition Project’s 40th day of #OccupyWSNC in Bailey Park, calling for their demands to be met and for justice for John Elliott Neville. Neville died in December 2019 after he was restrained in the prone position by five detention officers while the medical provider…

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That luminous red hair. Those piercing green eyes. No wonder Maureen O’Hara was called the “Queen of Technicolor.” She was a fine actress in any format, but her feisty, fiery radiance was made for color film. And, despite eschewing bimbo/sexpot roles, she was a knockout, as much for the  int…

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North Carolina has seen more than its fair share of devastating storms, particularly in the past few years. When hurricane season comes around, we don’t have the luxury of sitting back and seeing how it goes — even when we’re in the middle of a global pandemic – we have to be ready.

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Chez Genese, pronounced “shay zheh ness,” means “place of new beginnings.” A script logo next to the door states that theme, extended on the website: “We believe food brings people together.”

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Presented by All Pets Considered Compiled by YES! Weekly Thank you to all of our readers for submitting your pets for this contest. We enjoyed looking at photos of your sweet furbabies. Winners were chosen by employees of All Pets Considered, located at 2614 Battleground Ave. in Greensboro, …

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The theme for this week is restaurants whose names begin with the letter “M.” With recent re-openings, there are some really good opportunities in that category. These are chef-owned, food-driven establishments. Seating is limited everywhere, so reservations are a really good idea.

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Yesterday, the North State Journal broke the news that Governor Cooper’s administration is using a Democrat firm to conduct his press conferences to shut out certain reporters. MaestroConference boasts on its website that they worked for leftwing causes like Barack Obama’s campaign for Presi…

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My wife and I are both professionals who teach and counsel individuals and couples about how to handle their conflicts better. This is especially true during this pandemic staycation. Many of us have woken to the truism that everyone annoys everyone. 

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* Editor’s note: As the Triad, along with the rest of the United States, mourns the tragic, and quite frankly, unjust deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, I wanted to use YES! Weekly’s platform to dedicate this week’s #8GR8 list to spotlight and celebrate some of the Triad’…

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Can North Carolina’s television program about books escape the shutdown brought to us by the coronavirus?

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The tragic murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the hands of a police officer is yet another reminder of the systematic inequities suffered by African Americans and evidence of the underlying inequities and racism that continue to exist in our community and our country.

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* Editor’s note: As the Triad, along with the rest of the United States, mourns the tragic, and quite frankly, unjust deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, I wanted to use YES! Weekly’s platform to dedicate this week’s #8GR8 list to spotlight and celebrate some of the Triad’…

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“I am sick and tired of being sick and tired,” said Civil Rights activist, and Mississippi sharecropper Fannie Lou Hamer on Aug. 22, 1964, after describing in detail “the vicious 1963 beating in a Mississippi jailhouse that left her with severe kidney damage, a blood clot behind one eye and …

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GREENSBORO, NC (May 29, 2020) – We as a country witnessed a horrific incident this week, which will change us forever and caused many to question law enforcement nationwide.  The actions of the officers involved in this incident were excessive and are counter to everything taught in law enfo…

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Matt French, a Greensboro-based chef and and subject of this week's cover story, talks about his Stone Soup Project.