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November 23, 2021:
“JFK and the First Thanksgiving”

President John F. Kennedy“Presidents are only human, so they make mistakes. No, I’m not talking about Joe Biden, I’m talking about John Kennedy, and how he misread history and unintentionally insulted the Commonwealth of Virginia.”


A map of the southeast United States with a mottled red-and-blue pattern covering North Carolina

November 9, 2021:
“GOP-Drawn Maps Will Cheat Voters”

“In old movies, there were bank robbery capers where the bad guys are so bold and arrogant, that they rob the bank in broad daylight. It’s a real insult to the townsfolk because not only are they stealing their money, they’re also thumbing their nose at them while they’re doing it. That’s how it is with Republican legislators in Raleigh every time they re-draw the state’s congressional districts.”


Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Tricia McManus

November 2, 2021:
“McManus Gets High Marks for First Year on the Job”

“Tricia McManus is just now winding up her first year as superintendent of the Winston-Salem Forsyth County schools. And what a year it has been.”


Actress Betty Lynn

October 26, 2021:
“Remembering Betty Lynn, AKA Thelma Lou”

“Andy Griffith himself was never a hands-on cheerleader for his hometown of Mt. Airy, never attended a single Mayberry Days festival, rarely returned to Surry County for public events. Instead, the title of Mt. Airy’s cultural ambassador belongs to Betty Lynn, an unassuming actress who played Barney Fife’s girlfriend Thelma Lou.”


Topics on upcoming shows for November 2021

November 27/28

  • Nationally ranked photography curriculum
  • COVID update
  • UNCG fundraising campaign
  • A special Roundtable


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