“Black lives matter.”
“We want justice.”
“Power to the people.”
These were just a few of the signs and chants seen and heard as approximately 1,000 protesters marched on Main Street from Compare Foods to the Lexington Police Department on Sunday afternoon.
Barbecue Festival on Instagram: “Hello piggies!! Lots of progress being made at the sand sculpture. What do you think the design is?? #BBQFest35 #LexingtonNC #QueUp…”
For 19 years, the Barbecue Festival has commissioned a sand sculpture for the festival. This photograph is from day three of sculpting.
Ladies, we’ve got to have a talk.
There’s a phenomenon going on that’s not getting enough attention and a lot of women my age are experiencing it. The generation coming after me will experience it. Yet, hardly anyone is discussing it. And we need to be. I’m talking about the changes in our menstrual cycles.
When Satana Deberry left her hometown of Hamlet, NC to pursue higher education at Princeton University, her purposeful plan didn’t include the words District Attorney appearing in front of her name one day.
“Since I was five years old, I wanted to be a doctor,” noted Deberry. “My goal was to go off and have a medical career, kind of like every kid who grows up in the rural South. My idea was that I would go to the “big city” and that’s where I’d set up shop.”
Then Organic Chemistry happened a...