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28762
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Food trucks are growing in popularity and success in Greenville. Villa Verde, Anita’s Tacos, Shep’s Farm to Truck have all found success over the past couple of years. The culture of food trucks, the growing trend, and the personal stories of each food truck and its owner are shared.
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28763
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Juvencio Rocha-Peralta is the Executive Director of the Association of Mexicans in North Carolina whose headquarters are located in Greenville. Rocha-Peralta is concerned about the future of the community of Mexicans in North Carolina, the future of their children, and the future outcome of heightened fears of deportation since President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Roach-Peralta discusses his history, his groups mission, and the work still to be done.
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28764
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Christ Covenant School is graduating their first class of high school seniors since the school’s opening in 2000. Several of the graduating class of 16 students entered the school together in kindergarten and they discuss their experiences. The history of the school, the experiences of the students, and the community the school has fostered are all explored.
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36184
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Places in the Heart recently joined the Magnolia Arts Center, Smiles and Frowns Playhouse, Whirligig Stage, and Farmville Community Arts Council as the theatrical presence in the community. An associate of Magnolia Theatre she is “cautiously optimistic” though about establishing dramatic arts options comparable to the long established sporting offerings.
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36183
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Anyone with a taste for fresh food such as produce, seafood, and bread can also “shop local.” Greenville has Leroy James Farmers Market, The Uptown Market, Briley’s Farm Market, and Get Right Farmers Market. In Bethel: The Community Food Hub and Carolina Country Fresh. Winterville provides The Market on the Square, Brocks Berries and Produce Farm, and Strawberries on 903. As for Robersonville, it also offers a Carolina Country Fresh.
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36187
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The promoter of this venue aspired to make the entertainment truly family friendly. In addition to the racing, efforts were being made to increase the variety of entertainment to concerts, fireworks, and ice skating.
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36185
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Since the early 1970s, the Town Commons had been known for more than a walk in the park. As for new aspects, The Monitors and The Main Event Painted Man would be joined by Painted Man playing soul, R&B, funk, and dance music, along with Diali Keba Cisskoho and Kaira, playing West African Griot.
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36186
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Before the establishment of the Human Library was the Lector Book Club, with member just as willing to open up the chapters of their lives. In fact, for some, discussions about books had become superseded by conversations about real life events, whether national or personal.
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