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International Civil Rights Center & Museum in downtown Greensboro

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK — UNC-TV Public Media North Carolina will premiere "North Carolina Weekend: A Weekend in Greensboro" at 9 p.m. Thursday on its UNC-TV PBS & More channel (Channel 4).

The episode is all about Greensboro; where to explore, dine, drink, stay and play, UNC-TV said in a news release. In addition, "North Carolina Weekend" resident foodie Bob Garner samples the eclectic fare at Print Works Bistro.

Host Deborah Holt Noel takes viewers on a journey through the city’s history of textile mills and the Morehead family to its present-day attractions. The first part of the episode revisits the many historic textile mills that have shaped Greensboro’s history in fashion. It also reflects on the city’s civil rights legacy with a look at the lunch counter sit-ins at the F.W. Woolworth Co. store.

Then, viewers will tour the city’s eclectic and diverse collection of restaurants and cuisines, Guilford County’s only legal distillery and a dream realized in the form of a candy store.

Finally, Garner eats brunch at Print Works Bistro inside the Proximity Hotel, named to Open Table’s list of Top 100 brunch destinations in the country.

Funding for "North Carolina Weekend" is made possible in part by ElectriCities of North Carolina Inc. and Visit NC.

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