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Triangle: Climate studied at NCSU

Carolinas News Notes

RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina State University’s (NCSU) GLBT Center is conducting a survey to determine how welcoming the school is toward their faculty, staff and students who are from the LGBT community.

Western: Steinberg in concert

Carolinas News Notes

HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. — A limited-seating concert with Amy Steinberg will be held on March 8, 7 p.m., at MCC Sacred Journey, 135 Sugarloaf Rd., 2nd Floor.

Beyond the Carolinas: National anti-gay groups are no longer viable

Beyond the Carolinas

WASHINGTON, D.C. — According to HRC, we are witnessing “the fall of the empire opposed to same-sex marriage. Widespread losses, sagging poll numbers, and poor investments make it difficult to see how national groups like the so-called National Organization for Marriage remain viable.”

Playing the field: Leagues announce season kick-offs

Match-ups from across the Carolinas

Welcome to a new year of great sports, events and competition. Most area sports are just getting started up this time of year, so it is the perfect time to go check one out, get involved and, finally, follow through with that New Years’ resolution to get more active!

Loving and living with a slob

Tell Trinity

A reader asks: “My new live-in girlfriend is everything I ever dreamed of except she’s a slob. I’m not giving up, but I’m not giving in. Help!”

Out in the Stars: February 1-14

There is magic in the air when three personal planets — Mercury, Venus and Mars — all change signs. Prepare for a cool sip of serendipity delivered with a jolt of caffeine. Just be sure to capitalize on every frothy dream and whip it up into a frenzy.