A fresh approach to improving downtown Greensboro
You often hear a city’s downtown usually represents the city as a whole–reflecting its people and its challenges.
Many argue this is true of Greensboro, and it’s become front and center after a series of brawls and arrests resulted in a downtown curfew for minors after 11 p.m.
Donovan McKnight is a Program Officer at North Carolina Humanities Council, and not only does he live in downtown Greensboro, he works there too.
He believes downtown’s history, architecture and its recent resurgence as a place to live, do business, and be entertained—are among the reasons he`s decided to invest so much of his life in the city.
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