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Old Crow Medicine Show was recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry and now has eight albums to their name. Band frontman, Ketch Secor, discusses the early beginnings of the band and their journey from busking in Boone to the stage in Nashville.
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Lunch counters and restaurants now provide an opportunity for races and classes to interact and form communities. In the 1950s and 1960s, however, segregation did not allow black citizens to eat at lunch counters, sparking sit-ins and the Civil Rights Movement across the South
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John Isner, Greensboro native and professional tennis player who defeated Nicolas Mahut at Wimbeldon in 2010 after an eleven-hour match, discusses his tennis career.
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