Sorry, no news! The Greensboro News has closed down the Reidsville Review's web site.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Monday, July 21, 2014
While we're waiting on the newly transformed www.reidsvillereview.com page to settle down into its new home as the Greensboro news, I came across an interesting story about NC. It seems NC is home to the top two least valuable college degrees in the United States.
CBS News is reporting Shaw University in Raleigh offers the least valuable degree in the US with "20-year ROI is a stunningly low -$121,000." Coming in second place is Fayetteville State University with "a 20-year ROI of -$95,700".
In case you graduated from Shaw U., ROI is Return On Investment.
Congratulations to our state for this distinction.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Clicking on a link to the reidsvillereview.com now takes you directly to a Greensboro News web site. No attempt to hide the fact that you are looking at the news-record.com is made. The transformation is now complete.
Sunday, July 13, 2014
Saturday, July 12, 2014
Things are definitely changing in the downtown Reidsville area. Now that Terresia Scoble is gone it's not looking too good. Here's the reports I am getting:
Gone - Swan Paint
O'AsianNatural Blends (it was a GNC type place, this one disappeared before I knew it even existed)
On the brink - Bicycle Bill's Fabulous Place (which means no more downtown bicycle races)
Teetering on the edge - Heffinger & the Fringe
Funny I haven't read anything in the Review about any problems. I can't imagine downtown Reidsville without a bicycle race.
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Wednesday, July 2, 2014
"Recording Engineer Jayson Martin is mostly seen in the studio behind the bullet proof glass while an artist records on the other side." reads the caption to the Reidsville Review's photo, but there is no further explanation or any mention of "bullet proof glass", leaving the reader to wonder if Jayson Martin has some pretty bad-ass clientele.