Nicole Campbell

Producer, "The State of Things"

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The State of Things
12:22 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Film Travels The Country Exploring Sustainable Community

The poster for the film 'Within Reach' which screens Monday, July 29th at the Motorco Music Hall in Durham, NC.
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Film director Derek Alan Rowe and executive director of Sustain-A-Bull Amy Campbell decipher the meaning of "sustainable community" and talk about their recent endeavors

The words "sustainable" and "community" have quickly become buzz words in our society. But filmmaker Derek Alan Rowe wanted to know what it really meant to live sustainably.

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The State of Things
12:07 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Looking At The State's Regional Legislation As The Session Comes To A Close

The North Carolina State Seal.
Credit NC Department Of Transportation

WUNC's Raleigh Bureau Chief Dave DeWitt checks in with an update on recent developments at the North Carolina General Assembly

At the start of this legislative session, the General Assembly was jam-packed with bills to alter ultra-local affairs.

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The State of Things
12:30 pm
Wed July 24, 2013

Documentary Film Project Captures Political Polarization In North Carolina

Map of the distribution of electoral college votes in the 2012 Presidential Election.
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Filmmakers Annabel Park and Eric Byler discuss their new film, 'Story of America: A Nation Divided'

For the past several months, all eyes have been on North Carolina. The state has received an abundance of national coverage since the start of Moral Mondays as a response to this legislative session.

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The State of Things
11:56 am
Tue July 23, 2013

Film Looks At Background Singers In Rock'n'Roll History

Backup singers in the age of Rock N' Roll.
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Morgan Neville, the director of '20 Feet From Stardom', joins Host Frank Stasio to discuss the making of the film

When you find yourself singing along to your favorite rock'n'roll songs, you're probably not singing along with a front man like David Bowie or Bruce Springsteen. You're probably singing along with their backup singers.

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The State of Things
12:03 pm
Thu July 18, 2013

Scientist Looks At Super Materials In Superhero Comics

Captain America's Shield
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Suveen Mathaudu joins Host Frank Stasio to talk about material science in comic books.

When you watch an X-men movie or read a Captain America comic, you can find a new way to look at material science. Superhero comics can be just as much science as they are magic.

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The State of Things
11:15 am
Tue July 16, 2013

New Projects At Greensboro’s Elsewhere Museum

Nikita Gale is the current artist in residence at Elsewhere.
Credit Nikita Gale

George Scheer, Nikita Gale, Chris Kennedy, and Red Behnke explicate the “living museum” and art space, Elsewhere

Greensboro’s self-defined “living museum” and art space, Elsewhere, has several new projects in store this summer.

This spring, the space launched one of its newest endeavors entitled “Southern Constellations.” The project attempts to bring together a network of experimental multimedia artists from around the south into Elsewhere’s creative space.

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The State of Things
11:03 am
Tue July 16, 2013

Greensboro's Downtown Curfew For Youth Is Underway

Greensboro established a summer curfew for its youth.
Credit Jeff Tiberii

The Triad has a few changes in store for their region’s youth this summer, including a new summer curfew.

The Greensboro City Council voted on the curfew in a special meeting, and it went into effect on July 3. The new restriction stipulates that teenagers are not to be in downtown without an adult between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. 

Jeff Tiberii is WUNC’s Greensboro Bureau Chief and joins State of Things Host Frank Stasio live at the Triad Stage to discuss the curfew and other new developments in the Triad.

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The State of Things
12:17 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

Triangle Tenants Brace Themselves For Section 8 Cuts

Public Housing in Chapel Hill
Credit Town of Chapel Hill

Section 8 is a federal subsidy program that bridges the gap between people with low-income and market rentals. But this summer, Chapel Hill, Carrboro and Raleigh, all face cuts to their Section 8 Voucher Program.

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The State of Things
12:08 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

Carrboro Poet Laureate Bridges Past And Present

Jay Bryan speaking at the Carrboro Centennial.
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Carrboro Poet Laureate, Jay Bryan, reflects on towns history through his poetry

The small town of Carrboro was once a prominent mill town in the early to mid-1900s. But after all of the mills closed down and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill continued to grow, the town became a haven to students and an evolving arts scene.

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The State of Things
12:04 pm
Tue July 9, 2013

How Will The New Abortion Bill Move Through The Legislature?

Members of the Senate debate the abortion bill.
Credit screenshot, WRAL live coverage

WUNC's Capitol Bureau Chief Jessica Jones updates us on the recent amendments to House Bill 695

House Bill 695 was originally designed to ban Sharia Law in North Carolina. But last week, the bill was amended to include new restrictions on abortions in the state. Families across North Carolina came out to protest against the bill when it was discussed in the senate; however, the bill was passed 29-12.

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