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Monday, January 26, 2009


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Dear Jan,

This is Ayten. Thank you for visiting my blog and about your question on quince...yes, i heard that it is difficult to grow them but they grow quite well in Azerbaijan...although quality depends from kind to kind...from region to region :)...all the best!!!

Carolina John

Wow, I didn't know the school of music had moved to a new building. when i graduated from app state in 1998 i had some good friends who were music majors at uncg. Shows how far behind i am.


Hi John and Ayten! The Brown Building is still being put to good use, although it is currently undergoing renovations. I guess the School of Music deserved a new home. In 2000, the Department of Theatre inherited Brown as a performance space. See their web page at http://www.uncg.edu/euc/boxoffice/venues/index.php?go=brown

Gisela Hood


one does not realize the many interesting and historical places and sites Greensboro has. What a great idea to showcase them on your blog. I hope that our social studies teachers will visit your blog and so that our students will get a sense of community.

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