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The opulence and prestige of today’s tournament was just a dream 30 years ago. It evolved dramatically in that time, thanks to visionaries like former ACC Assistant Commissioner Dee Todd and behind-the-scenes champions of the game like officials observer Doreen Bryant.
How much would you pay to hush your accuser?
Florida State University and Erica Kinsman settled on the figure of $950,000.
And Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston didn’t have to pay a cent of that sum.
You can — and should! — craft a customer experience that’s as uniquely attractive as it is efficient and profitable. To make your space work, you must make it count.
After the Carolina Panthers’ win over the New York Giants on Sunday, I spoke over the phone with Panthers team photographer Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez as she healed from a broken leg in Charlotte.
“This is the very first song I wrote inspired by a slave narrative,” Giddens said in introduction.
And then, a hitch: A man named Will Henry, sitting on the floor and cradling a Budweiser, decided to pipe up.
“That’s not where we’re at right now,” Henry said.
“That’s where I’m at every day,” Giddens said.
Attending professional women’s events — like the 2018 Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum, for example — makes a quantifiable positive impact on professional and emotional status.
The Automotive Intelligence Summit represents the newest and most daring venture by Cherokee Media Group.
If it wasn’t for theism, college basketball would reign as religion in North Carolina.
But now, UNC-Chapel Hill finds itself embroiled in the fallout of an enormous scholar-athlete scandal, one perpetuated largely by collusion between advisers and the basketball and football players they were supposed to lead on their academic journey.
What a perfect time — especially with the NBA Finals at full, dramatic tilt — for Triad Stage to premiere Preston Lane’s original basketball drama, Common Enemy, at the Pyrle Theatre in downtown Greensboro.
There are certainly plenty of women prepared to handle the responsibilities of higher ranks in business, as this plethora of qualified women have already worked and proven themselves far more than worthy.
But what about newer generations of women workers?
Matty Sheets scrawled the note in blocky capital letters on a flimsy bar napkin as hardcore quintet Thieves for Jesus — the final act on the bill for the Nov. 18 Battle of the Benefits — thrashed through their set in the dark yet bubbly front corner of New York Pizza.
“This feels like when the election results were coming in,” the note read. “If the Humane Society wins, I wanna start a fire.”
I Madé Lasmawan, a stocky Balinese man dressed in black and gold, lit two sticks of incense and planted them in a pot next to delicate red flowers. Lasmawan chanted solemnly as the creamy, spicy aroma unexpectedly filled the room, and he tapped a small prayer bowl before ending with the mantra, Om, shanti, shanti, shanti. Be calm.