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Greensboro News & Record

November 29, 2015 · Greensboro, North Carolina

City, private donors look to close funding gap for Greensboro's performing arts center

Under a new plan to finance the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, a $10 million deficit would be covered through increased private donations and higher ticket prices.

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Look for comfortable seats, clear sight lines and good sound — and plenty of restrooms — at Greensboro's proposed Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, planners say.


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In personal terms, Donald Trump took his act to its lowest level yet in Myrtle Beach Tuesday when he mockingly mimicked a New York Times reporter with a physical condition that causes jerky movements ... then denied doing what everyone could see he did.


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