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          North Carolina Voter In Heavily Gerrymandered District Somehow Voting For Montana Senate, Mayor Of Phoenix      Cache   Translate Page      

GREENSBORO, NC—Admitting that it was difficult to keep up with all the different races, North Carolina voter Darin McDonough told reporters Tuesday that he was somehow voting for the Montana Senate and the mayor of Phoenix, AZ in his heavily gerrymandered district. “Man, there is a lot of confusing stuff on here. I’m…

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          Vor den Kongresswahlen - Wie Wähler in den USA am Urnengang gehindert werden       Cache   Translate Page      
US-Wähler bei der Stimmabgabe in Greensboro, North Carolina (dpa / picture alliance / John Taggart)Vor den Zwischenwahlen warnte der US-Präsident Donald Trump vor massiven Wahlbetrug. Doch wird bereits der Urnengang für viele Wähler erschwert: Wahllokale werden weit vor die Stadt verlegt oder neue Wahlgesetze erlassen, die plötzlich spezielle Ausweise erfordern.

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           UNC Greensboro tops NC A&T 74-66 in opener       Cache   Translate Page      
UNC Greensboro tops NC A&T 74-66 in opener
          Women's Basketball Opens the Season at Georgia State Wednesday      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. – UNC Greensboro women's basketball starts the 2018-19 season with a trip to Atlanta, Ga., to face Sun Belt opponent Georgia State Wednesday at 11 a.m.
          Die Cutter Operator      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Greensboro, Well known company in Greensboro is looking for an EXPERIENCED die cutter operator Responsibilities: machine operating Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Skills: must have experience with die cutting- preferably with a BOBST106 machine Education: High School Experience: Experienced Qualifications: must have experience with die cutting- preferably with a BOBST106 machine Send resumes directly to Brit
          Keys and Briggs from UNC Pembroke Joins Cobras OL      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO - Carolina has signed pair of offensive linemen from UNC Pembroke, Lawrence Keys (6'2", 310) and Demetrius Briggs (6'4", 325).Keys, a n... - NAL Carolina Cobras
          UNC Greensboro tops NC A&T 74-66 in opener      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) -- Francis Alonso scored 23 points on 9-of-16 shooting, Isaiah Miller added 16 points with four steals, and UNC Greensboro used an early second-half run to beat NC A&T 74-66 in Tuesday night's season opener.
          Piano Instructor - ClubFitness - Oak Branch location - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Club at Oak Branch will provide the Casio WK210 model to use during lessons. The Club at Oak Branch is seeking an individual who is an energetic and...
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          01.02.1960: In Greensboro besetzen schwarze Studenten den Woolworth-Markt      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Pitt heads to Greensboro Hoping To Impress During ACC Tournament      Cache   Translate Page      
After a promising 10-3 start to the season, things have gone downhill for the Pittsburgh Panthers men’s basketball team, who now must impress in the upcoming ACC tournament if they are to be considered for the almighty NCAA Tournament. For the year, Pittsburgh finished 19-13 overall (8-10 conference record), which was only good enough to […]
          Samford Hall chimes to ring in honor of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I      Cache   Translate Page      

The chimes in Auburn University’s Samford Hall tower will ring at 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11, as part of “Bells of Peace,” a nationwide remembrance of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. The tolling of bells is a traditional expression of honor and remembrance. In addition to commemorating the armistice centennial with the sound of bells, the chimes will also play the service songs for the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Air Force.

Students and alumni of Alabama Polytechnic Institute (now Auburn University) were among the 4.7 million Americans who served in uniform during World War I. According to records on the Auburn University War Memorial website, warmemorial.auburn.edu, at least 25 members of the Auburn Family lost their lives during the war. The chimes in Samford Hall will be tolling in their honor.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a proclamation that declared Nov. 11, 2018 as “Bells of Peace: A World War I Remembrance Day” in the state and called upon the state’s citizens to toll bells in remembrance of those who served in World War I at 11 a.m. on that day.

Bells of Peace” is nationwide program designed to honor the American men and women who served during World War I. The United States participated in the war from April 6, 1917 to November 11, 1918.

The war ended by an armistice agreement between the warring countries at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11th, 1918.

The “Bells of Peace” program also has a smartphone app for people who will not be in a location where bells will ring. The free app is available in app stores for both Apple and Android platforms. 

The Auburn men who made the ultimate sacrifice during World War 1 include:

Winston Payne Anderson, Class of 1913, Birmingham, Alabama

Massey Palmer Bedsole, Class of 1913, Thomasville, Alabama

Walter Gustavus Bevill Jr., Class of 1917, Greensboro, Alabama

Joseph Elliot Bumby, Class of 1916, Bessemer, Alabama

Sanford Gollie Carter, Class of 1917, Roanoke, Alabama

Albert H. Cowart, Class of 1911, Ensley, Alabama

Neil Ford, Class of 1920, Hamilton, Alabama

John Evander Harris Jr., Class of 1921, Livingston, Alabama

Armstrong Hill, Class of 1909, Sylacauga, Alabama

Amos Davis Howle, Class of 1909, Oxford, Alabama

Albert G. Hudson, Class of 1915, Montevallo, Alabama

John William Johnston, Class of 1917, Trafford, Alabama

Merrit Knight, Class of 1916, Greenville, Alabama

Claude Mortimer McCall, Class of 1916, Brewton, Alabama

Marcus Gatewood Milligan, Class of 1920, Anniston, Alabama

Richard Wells Murphy, Class of 1916, Greensboro, Alabama

John H. Powell, Class of 1916, Opelika, Alabama

Billy Glenn Rushing, Class of 1915, Escambia, Alabama

Chester Arthur Smith, Class of 1912, Petoskey, Michigan

Arthur Joel Thigpen Jr., Class of 1914, Auburn, Alabama

Eugene Robbins Vaughan, Class of 1921, Selma, Alabama

A. B. Walter, Class of 1918, Napoleonville, Louisiana

John Caffey Watson, Class of 1913, Pine Apple, Alabama

Albert Barron Whatley, Class of 1918, Opelika, Alabama

John Howard Wills, Class of 1913, Auburn, Alabama

Additional information about these Auburn service men can be found at https://warmemorial.auburn.edu/.


          Newcomers drive LSU Basketball to season opening win      Cache   Translate Page      
Newcomers drive LSU Basketball to season opening win

BATON ROUGE - The LSU Tiger basketball team looked different and played different in their season opener on Tuesday night against Southeastern Louisiana in the Maravich Center.

Five different newcomers to the team scored in double figures to lead the Tigers to a 94-63 victory to start the season.

Freshman forward Naz Reid led the way with 17 points on 6 of 13 shooting including a perfect 4 for 4 outing from the free throw line.

Marlon Taylor, a junior college transfer from Panola College was five of 8 from the floor for 15 points, other Tigers in double-figure scoring were freshmen Emmitt Williams, Darius Days and Ja'vonte Smart with 12, 11 and 10 respectively.

Junior guard Skylar Mays was the lone returning player with double digits, as he posted 11 points.

LSU will host UNC-Greensboro on Friday night at the Maravich Center.  


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          TESOL announces 2018 Research Mini-Grant recipients      Cache   Translate Page      
Each year, the TESOL Research Professional Council awards up to US$2,500 per recipient to support research projects that are aligned with the TESOL Research Agenda. TESOL congratulates the recipients of the 2018 TESOL Research Mini-Grants:
          Part Time Assistant Manager - f.y.e - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
We are currently seeking candidates for part time assistant manager at f.y.e. in Four Seasons Town Centre in Greensboro, NC. You will be responsible for...
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          Skog, Stuart Jay      Cache   Translate Page      
Stuart Jay Skog, 71, Greensboro, died 11-03-2018. Arrangements: Cremation Society of NC, Raleigh.
          Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) - The University of North Carolina Greensboro - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) is a senior technical design and implementation resource in...
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          Quick Apply - Retail Sales [Part Time]      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Greensboro, Hiring - Part Time Dress Specialist A Career That’s Meant to Be At David’s Bridal, we empower our customers and our employees to stay true to their dreams and find the one, whether that means a dress that matches her personal style—or the career that’s a perfect fit. We’re looking for people with diverse backgrounds and fresh ideas to help create a uniquely personal retail experience in our specia
          N.C. messengers elect new slate of convention officers      Cache   Translate Page      
Messengers from N.C. Baptist churches elected a new slate of officers during the 2018 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s (BSC) annual meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in Greensboro, N.C. Steve Scoggins, pastor of First Baptist Church in Hendersonville, N.C., was elected convention president.
          N.C. Baptists adopt resolution honoring Billy Graham      Cache   Translate Page      
Two days before what would have been the late Rev. Billy Graham’s 100th birthday, N.C. Baptists adopted a resolution honoring the life, ministry and legacy of the renowned evangelist during the opening session of the 2018 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s (BSC) Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 5 in Greensboro, N.C.
          Aletha King Davis, 95, Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Aletha King Davis

Aletha King Davis, born on July 13, 1923, in Knoxville, PA, peacefully passed away on Saturday, November 3, in Greensboro, NC, at the age of 95.

Born into a Pennsylvania farm family, Aletha was a loving mother and caregiver, as well as an avid bird enthusiast, gardener, camper, music lover and family historian. 

While living in Wellsboro, PA, she worked for 20 years in sales at Sears & Roebuck, while raising daughter, Brenda, and son, Gregory.

Aletha was preceded in death by her loving husband, Neil G. Davis, brother Cecil King and sister Gertrude K. Elliott. She is survived by her two children, Brenda Stevens of Jamestown, NC, and Gregory Davis of San Tan Valley, AZ, as well as many members of her extended family, including James Stevens and Marlene Davis, spouses of her children; grandchildren, Trent Stevens, Kelly Childs, Andrew Stevens, Bret Davis, Jennifer Taylor and Jill Davis; and great grands, Samuel Childs and Cooper Taylor.

A special thank you for the years of loving care at Camden Health and Rehab in Greensboro, NC.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the United Methodist Church, 36 Main Street Wellsboro,

 PA. Arrangements are under the care of Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, Ltd., Wellsboro, PA, with burial held at Tioga County Memorial Gardens, also in Wellsboro.
          Amos Quick wins North Carolina District 58 House Representative race      Cache   Translate Page      
GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. – Democrat Amos Quick defeated Republican Peter Boykin in North Carolina District 58 House Representative race. Quick beat Boykin by 21,134 votes to 6,395 votes, or about 76 percent to 23 percent, with all 25 precincts reporting Tuesday night. For the last two years, Quick has held the title, serving a large chunk of voters, mainly in Greensboro. Quick is a pastor at a High Point Church and former Guilford County school board member. He previously told […]
          Bird Scooters disappear off the streets of Greensboro      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. — You may have noticed the electric-powered devices have been hard to find these last few days. The City of Greensboro sent Bird a notice on Thursday telling them the scooters need to get out of the city. It says the product is a safety concern and it’s use and sometimes presence is in violation of city ordinances. “I think it is very dangerous,” said Keith Schiedel, a contractor working downtown. “I think it just takes one person […]
          Optometrist      Cache   Translate Page      

Want to live in a growing area of North Carolina? Do you love design and furniture? Well, our Practice is looking for a Doctor of Optometry with a passion for delivering patient-centered primary eye care for Greensboro, NC near the furniture capital of the world. 
 
As one of our optometrists, the responsibilities of practice management are handled for you, allowing you to spend your time with patients, not paperwork, billing or coding. A well trained tech staff to help with patient flow and a dedicated contact lens technician. You do not have to worry about running the business. No staffing issues, administrative work or headaches to take home with you after work.

You will also enjoy:

  • COMPETITIVE BASE SALARY
  • FULL BENEFIT PACKAGE including medical, dental and a retirement savings plan
  • GENEROUS PAID VACATION
  • Monthly Bonus Incentives
  • PAID CE: yearly CE event with 22 hours of COPE CE
  • Meaningful opportunities to give back locally and internationally
  • A strong network of peers and mentors that fosters professional development
  • Convenient Hours
  • NO management responsibilites

We are committed to providing the highest quality patient care and are looking for candidates that are dependable, caring optometrists, with an excellent chair side manner.


Please contact me for more information or to schedule an interview. 

Jason Hendrix, O.D.
(910) 520-6951
jason.hendrix@pure-od.com


          McIlwaine, Nancy Ada (Oliver)      Cache   Translate Page      
Age 71, of Greensboro, passed away October 28, 2018. Services Nov. 7 , 4:00pm at McCommons Chapel. McCommons Funeral Home, Greensboro , GA.
          Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) - The University of North Carolina Greensboro - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) is a senior technical design and implementation resource in...
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          NC soccer players claim other team’s fans taunted them about dead parents      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Durham Public Schools is investigating after two Page High School students said they were taunted about their fathers’ deaths during a playoff soccer match at Jordan High School. Senior goalkeeper Eric Winkler lost his father to cancer, something he said the opposing team’s fans learned on social media. According to several players, students from Jordan followed them on Instagram before Thursday night’s match. Winkler said students asked him where his father was several times from the sidelines. […]
          Newcomers drive LSU Basketball to season opening win      Cache   Translate Page      
Newcomers drive LSU Basketball to season opening win

BATON ROUGE - The LSU Tiger basketball team looked different and played different in their season opener on Tuesday night against Southeastern Louisiana in the Maravich Center.

Five different newcomers to the team scored in double figures to lead the Tigers to a 94-63 victory to start the season.

Freshman forward Naz Reid led the way with 17 points on 6 of 13 shooting including a perfect 4 for 4 outing from the free throw line.

Marlon Taylor, a junior college transfer from Panola College was five of 8 from the floor for 15 points, other Tigers in double-figure scoring were freshmen Emmitt Williams, Darius Days and Ja'vonte Smart with 12, 11 and 10 respectively.

Junior guard Skylar Mays was the lone returning player with double digits, as he posted 11 points.

LSU will host UNC-Greensboro on Friday night at the Maravich Center.  


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          Sunday: Samaritan’s Purse DC-8 Airlifts 30 Tons of Critical Relief Supplies to U.S. Territory in the Pacific, Aiding Typhoon Yutu Victims (Press Release)      Cache   Translate Page      
Emergency Shelter Materials, Water Filtration Units and Medical Supplies will Help Families in Saipan and Tinian Impacted by the Typhoon

BOONE, N.C., Nov. 3, 2018—International Christian relief organization Samaritan’s Purse is deploying disaster response specialists and emergency relief supplies to two Pacific islands devastated by Typhoon Yutu. The deadly typhoon destroyed homes and infrastructure on the Northern Mariana Islands of Saipan and Tinian, leaving hundreds of families isolated and in need of medical care and shelter.

On Sunday, the N.C.-based organization is airlifting emergency shelter materials, household water filtration units, solar lights and medical supplies to Saipan. A portion of these items will then be transported to the neighboring island Tinian to support relief efforts there. Samaritan’s Purse will also deploy a mobile medical team to provide patient care and treat typhoon-related injuries.

“Typhoon Yutu caused massive devastation on the islands of Saipan and Tinian. Hundreds of families are hurting—many of whom are now homeless and lack access to basic necessities like shelter and clean water,” said Franklin Graham, president of Samaritan’s Purse. “We are coming alongside them to meet their immediate physical needs while also sharing the hope of Jesus Christ. Please pray for everyone affected by the storm.”

MEDIA OPPORTUNITIES Interview Ken Isaacs, Vice President of Programs and Government Relations Interview Brock Kreitzburg, Typhoon Yutu Response Manager Photo and video opportunities in Greensboro, North Carolina as the DC-8 departs for Saipan: Departure Nov. 4 at 9 a.m. ET

Based in Boone, North Carolina, Samaritan’s Purse responds to the physical and spiritual needs of individuals in crisis situations—especially in locations where few others are working. Led by President and CEO Franklin Graham, Samaritan’s Purse works in more than 100 countries to provide aid to victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty, famine and persecution. For more information, visit samaritanspurse.org.

 
           Gran inicio de temporada de Francis Alonso y Rubén Guerrero en la NCAA       Cache   Translate Page      
El escolta malagueño metió 23 puntos para la victoria de Greensboro y el pívot marbellí anotó 17 en su regreso a las canchas tras un año sin competir
          Elon MBB Edges Manhattan 62-56 in Season Opener      Cache   Translate Page      
RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Tyler Seibring posted game-highs of 17 points and eight rebounds, and Elon University men’s basketball opened its 2018-19 campaign on Tuesday, Nov. 6, with a 62-56 victory over Manhattan College inside of Draddy Gymnasium. BOX SCORE Elon (1-0) had three players finish in double figures against the Jaspers. In addition to Seibring’s ...Read the Rest...
          Elon, UNC Christen Schar Center with First Regular-Season WBB Basketball Game      Cache   Translate Page      
ELON, N.C. – The two-time defending CAA women’s basketball tournament champion Elon University opening its 2018-19 campaign Tuesday night, Nov. 6, with a 100-69 loss to North Carolina inside Schar Center. BOX SCORE “Overall, I am very proud of my team and pleased with some things I saw tonight,” said Elon head coach Charlotte Smith. ...Read the Rest...
          HPU Volleyball Makes a Change to Schedule      Cache   Translate Page      
HIGH POINT, N.C. – The High Point University volleyball team has made a change to its schedule. The match against VCU scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. in Richmond, Va. has been canceled. This match will not be made up. The Panthers next match will be Friday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. at ...Read the Rest...
          HPU Men’s Golf Panthers Place 12th at East Bay Deli Classic      Cache   Translate Page      
KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – The High Point University men’s golf team placed 12th at the East Bay Deli Classic after a third round score of even-par 288. The Panthers finished 12th with a total score of 34-over 898. The College of Charleston won the tournament with a 3-under 861, while Memphis was second at even-par ...Read the Rest...
          Middle School Football This Week in Guilford County      Cache   Translate Page      
Wednesday November 7: Kernodle Middle at Northwest Guilford Middle 5pm Ferndale Middle vs. Penn-Griffin Middle 5pm High Point Athletic Complex Southwest Guilford Middle at Northern Guilford Middle 5:30pm Mendenhall Middle at Southeast Guilford Middle 5:30pm Allen Jay Prep vs. Hairston Middle at Dudley High School/Tarpley Stadium 5:30pm Kiser Middle at Eastern Guilford Middle 6:30pm Thursday ...Read the Rest...
          Caldwell Academy Volleyball Seniors Honored      Cache   Translate Page      
Caldwell Academy recently honored it’s 3 Senior Volleyball Players, Campbell Smith, Kaitlyn Holbrook & Hannah Hulsman. These 3 ladies played 5 years of VARSITY & as a TEAM won 131 games lost 21, 5 conference championships, one trip to the FINAL 4, three state runner’s up & one State Championship. INDIVIDUAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS Campbell Smith— her ...Read the Rest...
          High School Football Games moving to up to Thursday this week…Friday games moving up one day/night(JV Football Page at Ragsdale tomorrow/Wednesday at 7pm)/Tuesday Night JV Football Final:NEG 22, Morehead 12      Cache   Translate Page      
Tuesday night JV Football Final:Northeast Guilford 22, Morehead 12 These games that were set for Friday have been moved to Thursday this week…. *****All moves due to threat of rain coming in on Friday and possibly sticking around for most of the day…..***** Ragsdale(7-3) at Page(5-5) 7:30pm McMichael(1-9) at Western Alamance(9-1) 7pm Burlington Cummings$-6) at ...Read the Rest...
          HPU Men’s Basketball Opens 2018-19 Season at William & Mary Wednesday      Cache   Translate Page      
WHEN: Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 | 7 p.m. WHERE: Williamsburg, Va. | Kaplan Arena (8,600) SERIES RECORD: 9th meeting, HPU leads, 5-3 LIVE STATS: Click Here AUDIO: High Point Panther Radio Network VIDEO: TribeAthletics.com GAME NOTES: High Point | William & Mary HIGH POINT, N.C. — The High Point University men’s basketball team opens the ...Read the Rest...
          Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) - The University of North Carolina Greensboro - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
The Business Analyst for Finance and Budget ERP Solutions (BA for Finance and Budget ERP) is a senior technical design and implementation resource in...
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          Easy Insurance Sales      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Greensboro, This info is NOT Final Expense for Senior Citizens… Check out this unique product which allows you to make EASY Sales without spending any extra money on leads or travel expenses. Your contract is fully vested from day one, you’re not a captive agent with us, and our $5000 Guarantee states that nobody can offer your clients the same benefits for less money. Visit: EasyInsuranceSale.com
          Grand Rapids Drive - Greensboro Swarm      Cache   Translate Page      
Basketball. NBA G League
          Heavy Equipment Operator - Copart, Inc - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
*Are you willing to travel out of state for a job? If so, Bright is looking for an equipment operator who operates a variety of equipment used in construction... $17 an hour
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          Tow Truck Driver - Copart, Inc - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
Daily responsibilities include local pick up of vehicles and delivery to designated Copart facility. Copart is looking for Class B Tow Truck drivers across the...
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          Management Job At Signature Flight Support - Interiors Supervisor      Cache   Translate Page      
Greensboro, NC - United States, NC Interiors Supervisor Needed! We Service Private Jets! Signature TECHNICAir's world-class MRO service is available in 14 U.S. locations and 2 U.K. locations. Each location has a long history of highly personalized service, rapid response, and precirss
          Comment on That Damn Marty – “The Shakespeare of Greensboro” by BobLee      Cache   Translate Page      
I have no clue what this is about... do not know Walle... and am not in regular contact with Marty Kotis.
          Comment on That Damn Marty – “The Shakespeare of Greensboro” by Walle, A.      Cache   Translate Page      
Marty Kotis hires the Greensboro Police Department to harass tenants in District 3 after Community Watch Gail Barger, another "person with money" according to the City of Greensboro itself, which is why "they" never get prosecuted, Barger takes photos of people, with help from the corrupt Greensboro Police Department itself, to frame and slander, the latter she's done to others before me if that's all she does in that program--she never "does" the truth, for the Establishment never tells the truth: it does blame; Kotis is what is wrong with the United States the same as City Council who knows all about it are lost causes entirely aw
          Controls Project Engineer Team Lead - Brady Trane Service, Inc - Greensboro, NC      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Boxing club holds grand opening Friday – Greensboro News & Record (blog)      Cache   Translate Page      
Greensboro News & Record (blog) Boxing club holds grand opening FridayGreensboro News & Record (blog)GREENSBORO — Title Boxing Club, a boutique fitness studio that specializes in group boxing and kickboxing classes, holds a grand opening Friday at 3373 Battleground Ave. at Westridge Square Shopping Center. Mike and Laura Ellison of Greensboro … More: continued here
          Magistrate: Punitive Damages, But Not Asbestos Conspiracy Claim, Survive Dismissal      Cache   Translate Page      
GREENSBORO, N.C. - A couple's punitive damage claim alleging that a talc company knew or should have known of the dangers of asbestos but decided not to warn about them to protect profits should be sufficient at the motion-to-dismiss stage, but their conspiracy claim should fail, a federal magistrate judge in North Carolina recommended Oct. 18 (Everett Vanhoy and Lucille Vanhoy v. American International Industries, et al., No. 18-90, M.D. N.C., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 180032).
          District Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
NC-Greensboro, Classification: Exempt Job Summary: The District Manager is responsible to meet or exceed Service goals in the management of a district of routes. Reports to the Service Manager. A DM may manage a service center and if the service center has more than 7 routes, the DM becomes classified as a Senior DM. Essential Functions: - Develop and motivate a district to be a highly productive team through co
          Hartford Opera Theater Presents: New In November 9      Cache   Translate Page      

Hartford Opera Theater will offer New in November 9, a collection of short operas and opera excerpts. This opera festival will play Sunday, November 18 (7pm) at The Cathedral House at Christ Church Cathedral, 45 Church Street, Hartford, CT. Tickets are available now at https:// www.hartfordoperatheater.com as well as at the door; $10 students and seniors and $20 general admission.

New in November 9 will feature these operas:

A Bridge for Three by Nathan Fletcher (Libretto: Megan Cohen) Inspired by the real life story of an 1897 daredevil who jumped off the Brooklyn Bridge with homemade wings and survived, A Bridge for Three looks at three New Yorkers from three different historical eras who encounter each other in the midst of a shared plunge off the bridge..The three characters are Jimmy James (1897), professional daredevil, Roland Archister (1929), business tycoon and father, and Molly, a teenage girl from the present day.

Excerpt from The Loathly Lady by Paul Richards (Libretto: Wendy Steiner) This opera is based on the Wife of Bath's Tale by Chaucer, and features a Knight who visits different literary characters throughout history to answer the eternal question: What do women want? In the two scenes presented, the Knight visits with Titania and Oberon from A Midsummer Night's Dream, and Sheherazade.

Excerpt from Coal Creek by Dawn Sonntag Coal Creek was a gold mining community in remote east-central Alaska during the 1920s. The opera is based on the actual historical facts and characters as described in Douglas Beckstead's A World Turned Upside Down: The History of Coal Creek. Both scenes take place in Frank Slaven's roadhouse; Slaven was one of the first miners to come to Coal Creek.

Triangle by Tony Solitro (Based on a play by Jane Martin) Arthur and Joyce are in a relationship, but uptight, type A Joyce is jealous of Arthur's admiration for another woman, Aphrodite. Joyce invites Aphrodite to her and Arthur's shared apartment, in an effort to try and ascertain if anything improper has actually happened between Arthur and Aphrodite. Aphrodite enters, and she is everything that Joyce is not, impulsive and sensual. Who will Arthur choose?

PRODUCTION DETAILS:

Title: New in November 9
Location: The Cathedral House at Christ Church Cathedral, 45 Church Street, Hartford CT

Date: Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 7:00PM - Tickets: $10 students and seniors; $20 general admission; Tickets are now available at https://www.hartfordoperatheater.com or at the door.

CREATIVE BIOGRAPHIES

Megan Cohen, Librettist Megan Cohen is a playwright, opera librettist, performance artist, game writer, and multi-tasker based in San Francisco with 100+ scripts onstage worldwide already under her name. http://plays.megancohen.com

Nathan Fletcher, Composer Nathan Fletcher (b. 1992) is a New York-based composer, arranger, tenor and pianist. In January 2018, his 20-minute chamber opera, A Bridge for Three, written with librettist Megan Cohen and commissioned by the Washington National Opera for its American Opera Initiative Festival, premiered at the Kennedy Center; its score has been described as "melodious [and] neo-Romantic" (Anne Midgette, The Washington Post) and "gorgeous" (Alan Savada, Opera-L). Nathan's short film collaboration with writer/ director Adam Taylor, Someone Like Me (L'opera di Facebook), has been described as a "must-see" (Jenna Simeonov, Schmopera), and "...amazing... Charming, dirty, irreverent, and a ton of fun" (Peter Szep, co-founder, New York Opera Alliance). Selected for numerous festival screenings, Someone Like Me took home the Audience Favorite and Judges' Award prizes at the July 2018 Iron Mule Short Comedy Film Festival in Brooklyn.

Nathan's compositions have been performed around the country at venues and events such as Opera America's National Opera Center in New York, the New York Festival of Song's 2016 NYFOS Next Festival, The Bushnell in Hartford, the American Choral Directors Association's (ACDA) National Symposium on American Choral Music in Washington, D.C., and the 2015 ACDA National Conference in Salt Lake City. His incidental score for The Picture of Dorian Gray, presented in May 2017 at the University of Oxford's Michael Pilch Studio Theatre in the United Kingdom, was praised by Katie Stanton of The Oxford Student as "haunting... [and] genuinely moving throughout."

Nathan's eclectic musical interests inform his arrangements for many types of ensembles. His version of Michel Legrand's classic tune, "Watch What Happens," was premiered by the UConn Jazz Lab Band under the direction of John Mastroianni in April 2015. In March 2017, his choral arrangement of the traditional African-American spiritual, "Deep River," was premiered by the Choir of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York under the direction of Ryan Jackson, and went on to receive its U.K. premiere at the 2017 Festival of Liturgical Music at St Mary's Priory in Abergavenny, Wales, performed by Icosa under the direction of Luke Mather.

A recipient of numerous prizes for excellence in composition, Nathan received an Honorable Mention in the 2017 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Awards, having been a finalist in 2015 and 2016. Nathan was also a finalist in the American Choral Directors Association's 2014 Brock Student Composition Competition.
https://www.nathanfletchermusic.com

Paul Richards, Composer Born in New York City in 1969 to a musical family, composer Paul Richards has been engaged with music since childhood, including forays into various popular styles, the Western canon, and Jewish sacred and secular music through his father, a cantor. All of these experiences inform his creative activities, which have included numerous orchestral, vocal, chamber, and theatrical works. Hailed in the press as a composer with "a strong, pure melodic gift, an ear for color, and an appreciation for contrast and variety," and praised for his "fresh approach to movement and beautiful orchestral coloration," his works have been heard in performance throughout the country and internationally on six continents.

He has been recognized in numerous competitions, including the 2017 Flute New Music Consortium Competition Competition, the 2014 Columbia Summer Winds Outdoor Composition Competition, the 2009 St. Mary's University/Kaplan Foundation Composition Competition, the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra's Fresh Ink 2002 Florida Composers' Competition, the International Section of the 2000 New Music for Sligo/IMRO Composition Award, and the 2001 and 2004 Truman State University/ M.A.C.R.O. Composition Competitions. Other honors and awards include Special Distinction in the ASCAP Rudolf Nissim Prize, Finalist in the 2006 American Composers Orchestra Whitaker Reading Sessions, Finalist in the Atlanta Chamber Players 2009 Rapido! Composition Competition, Second Prize in the International Horn Society Composition Competition in 2001, First Place in the 1999 Voices of Change Composers Competition, two First Place prizes in the Guild of Temple Musicians Young Composers Award (1994-95, 1995-96) and many others.

Commissions have come from organizations including the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Brass, the 6ixwire project, Florida State Music Teachers' Association, St. Mary's University/Kaplan Foundation, Buffet-Crampon International Summer Clarinet Academy, Open Heart String Quartet, Duo 46, Sonoran Consort, Meet the Composer-Arizona, Arizona Repertory Singers, Arizona Commission on the Arts and the Catalina Chamber Orchestra. In addition, many university wind programs have commissioned Richards' work, including those of Baylor, DelMar, Florida, Illinois - Champaign/Urbana, Michigan, Nevada - Las Vegas, North Carolina - Greensboro, Northern Iowa, Syracuse and Truman State.

Richards' second opera, with libretto by Wendy Steiner, "Biennale", was premiered in October, 2013, at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. Richards and Steiner's first opera, "The Loathly Lady", received its premiere April 1, 2009 at Irvine Auditorium on The University of Pennsylvania campus. With a strong interest in dramatic works and collaborations with other artists, he composed the score to James Babanikos' film "Somewhere Beyond", and has recently completed "Forty-Four Ambitions for Soprano and Piano", an extended song cycle on the poetry of Lola Haskins. Witch Doctor, a CD of Richards' wind ensemble music, was released in 2013 on the Mark Custom label. Fables, Forms, and Fears, a CD of Richards' chamber music, was released by Meyer Media in 2007. Music by Paul Richards is also recorded on the Centaur, MMC, Capstone, Spitfire, Summit, Raven, and Pavane labels. His works are published by Carl Fischer Music, the International Horn Society Press, TrevCo Music, Jeanné, Inc., and Margalit Music.

Currently Research Foundation Professor of Music and head of composition and theory at the University of Florida, where he has been on the faculty since 1999, he served as Visiting Professor at Florida State University in 2016, and previously taught at Baylor University. Richards earned the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Composition at the University of Texas at Austin, and Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in Theory and Composition at the University of Arizona.
http://www.paulrichardsmusic.com

Tony Solitro, Composer Tony Solitro composes concert and stage music that is "fraught with tension" and "amusingly intricate." Politics, history, literature, drama, and visual art inspire his compositions. Examples from recent projects include: No More in Darkness, a meditation on Alexandra David-Neel's pioneering journey to Tibet; More Beautiful Than Night, a cycle of gay love songs interweaving romance, sensuality, and humor; living- despite | living-against, incorporating the syncopated rhythms of protest chants; and Les Bouteilles de la Table Ronde, a surrealist drinking song for women, integrated within a mixed-media installation.
"Delightfully executed with sidesplitting hilarity," Tony's mythology-infused comedy Triangle will be presented during the National Opera Association's 2019 Conference in Salt Lake City as one of three finalists for the Dominick Argento Chamber Opera Competition. Commissioned by Boston Opera Collaborative and premiered in partnership with Boston New Music Initiative, it was hailed "a standout favorite" and praised for its "spiky, smashing, blasting" orchestrations (the Intelligencer). In his 2016 vignette She's Fabulous-a "wonderfully humorous" satire featuring two bitter opera divas-Solitro conjured "spastically dramatic and emotionally volatile music... juxtaposing lush arias with brisk recitatives" (the Intelligencer).

Awarded the Grand Prize in the David Walter Composition Competition (International Society of Bassists), Tony's string quintet Shadow Confrontations was composed for bassist Joseph Conyers (Assistant Principal, Philadelphia Orchestra) and recorded with the Daedalus Quartet. He was awarded fellowships and artist residencies at Yaddo, Brush Creek, Kimmel Harding Nelson, VCCA, and the Brevard Music Center. He earned his Ph.D. as a recipient of the George Crumb Music Fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania and his M.M. from the Longy School of Music on a Nadia and Lili Boulanger Scholarship. To hear recordings, see videos, and explore his composition catalogue, visit www.tonysolitro.com.

Dawn Sonntag, Composer
Dawn Sonntag is a composer, vocalist, pianist, and conductor whose works include opera, vocal, choral, chamber, and orchestral music. Influenced by her extensive background as both a vocalist and pianist, Sonntag has been called a "versatile musician of great ability" whose works are "hauntingly lyrical" (Schaumburg-Lippe Landes-Zeituing, June, 2009). Her opera, Verlorene Heimat (Lost Homeland), based on the true story of East Prussian Nazi resistors and the Jewish-Ukrainian girl they sheltered, was a featured work in the Cleveland Opera Theaters 2018 New Opera Works Festival. Her 10-minute opera for solo soprano, Evangline, based on Longfellow's poem of the same name, was premiered at the Vocalypse Opera from Scratch festival in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2017 and will be a featured work on the Hartford Women's Composers Festival in April, 2018.

Her choral works have been performed by the Valparaiso Concert Choir, Augsburg College Choir, University of Minnesota Women's Choir, the Ohio State Chamber Singers and Women's Glee Club, the Princeton Singers, the North Florida Women's Chorale, the Leif Eriksson International Choir, Mississippi State University, and more. Her chamber music has been performed by The Orchid Ensemble, Fairbanks - based Corvus, the Almeda Trio, Amphion Strings, by professional soloists across the U.S. and has been performed on numerous Cleveland Composer Guild concerts and broadcast on public radio and television. She contributed music for the documentary films Action Arts and Voice to Vision IV, which were broadcast on Twin Cities PBS. Her first opera, "Verlorene Heimat," which chronicles the experiences of ethnic German East Prussian refugees in Eastern Europe during WWII, was premiered in 2014 at Hiram College, and scenes have been performed by the Halifax Opera Theater, Cleveland Opera Theater, and ContempOpera Theater. Her setting of Whitman's "Come up from the Fields, Father" will be featured at the 2017 Source Song Festival in Minneapolis, and her10minute solo opera based on Longfellow's Evangeline will be premiered at the Vocalypse Opera from Scratch festival in August, 2017.

Sonntag has been a composer-in-residence at the Visby International Centre for Composition in Visby, Sweden, and was named the Music Teachers National Association-Ohio's 2010 Distinguished Composer of the Year. She was a finalist in the 2007 American Composers Forum Faith Partners commissioning competition. www.dawnsonntag.com

Wendy Steiner, Librettist
Trained at McGill (B.A.) and Yale (Ph.D.), Dr. Steiner teaches 20-21st-century literature and critical theory, and specializes in interrelations between visual and verbal art. Among her many books are The Scandal of Pleasure: Art in an Age of Fundamentalism (among the "NY Times 100 Best Books of 1996"), Venus in Exile: The Rejection of Beauty in 20th-Century Art (2001), and The Real Real Thing: The Model in the Mirror of Art (2010). Dr. Steiner has received awards from the Guggenheim and Mellon Foundations among others, and her cultural reviews have appeared widely in U. S. and British periodicals, including the New York Times and the London Review of Books. At Penn, she has served as Chair of the English Department, Founding Director of the Penn Humanities Forum, Master of Modern Languages College House, and director of the King's College Program in London. She also writes opera librettos, one of which, The Loathly Lady, had its premiere at Irvine Auditorium in 2009.
https://www.english.upenn.edu/people/wendy-steiner

Hartford Opera Theater, Inc. is dedicated to enriching the lives of all members of the Greater Hartford community by offering quality, innovative, and affordable opera. Our organization commits itself to keeping the genre of opera relevant for patrons and artists through the presentation of productions that are both culturally topical and true to opera as an art form. We foster a safe environment in which emerging and established artists can feel free to collaborate and create. In addition, HOT promotes arts education and appreciation by providing free outreach programs to members of our community. At HOT, we believe that all people deserve to experience the beauty and total art that is opera. Hartford Opera Theater - Opera for Everyone.


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