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G’boro PAC —Go figure

Ed Cone calls the ‘mad dash’ for a new Greensboro performing arts center ‘reckless strategy,’ while N&R editorial page editor Allen Johnson says there’s now a ‘plan and a chance.’ Go figure.

I can’t help but notice that two members of the newly-formed task force —former mayor and Carolina theater CEO Keith Holliday and Triad Stage founder Richard Whittington— would be directly competing with a downtown PAC. Go figure.

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