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Quotes of the week

"Shots Fired"

Salisburians Keith Sills and Jimmy Kitchen watched the activity from across the street. Sills wanted to catch a glimpse of ‘Shots Fired’ star Sanaa Lathan, while Kitchen was hoping to get drafted as an extra.  Jon C. Lakey/Salisbury Post

Salisburians Keith Sills and Jimmy Kitchen watched the activity from across the street. Sills wanted to catch a glimpse of ‘Shots Fired’ star Sanaa Lathan, while Kitchen was hoping to get drafted as an extra. Jon C. Lakey/Salisbury Post

“It could be a beautiful home. … It would be wonderful to find a solution.”

— Anne Lyles, Historic Salisbury Foundation, on 1922 home that has been taken over by vegetation

“Next fall we would have essentially been marching in T-shirts.”

— Daniel Trivette, band director, West Rowan High School, on the fundraising drive to buy new band uniforms

“I came to see Sanaa Lathan.”

— Keith Sills, watching the filming of the TV series “Shots Fired” in downtown Salisbury

“We have three English professors, a lawyer, a biologist and a psychologist. We’re going to lose.”

— Dr. Sheila Brownlow, Catawba professor, predicting (correctly) how her team would do in the Scrabble Scramble

“The devil doesn’t want me yet.”

— Katherene Kruckelsurvivor of three cancers, modeling in the 2016 Survivor Fashion Show to benefit Relay for Life

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