March 4, 2015 08:08
It’s unseen by those of us just passing through, this invisible barrier to a quality of life often taken for granted. Maybe you don’t think twice to hop in the car and run back to the grocery store to pick up that forgotten item or to fill a whim after that notion just crossed your mind....
Feb. 25, 2015 11:06

BOOGIE MAN: ROUND TWO

For more than 30 years, Rob McBride has worked as a professional wrestler all across the Carolinas, and he has participated in hundreds of matches. On any given weekend, McBride can be found wrestling for local promoters in places like high school gyms and community centers in front of small crowds....
Feb. 18, 2015 08:15

A Winston-Salem woman uses non-traditional methods to heal sickness

“The true passion, and why I’m doing the tapping and the oils and the aroma touch technique together is because our bodies are perfect and healthy in their natural state,” she said. “Yet if we’re not feeling our best at all times it’s because there’s something blocking that....
Feb. 11, 2015 08:30
Valentine’s Day is the quintessential Hallmark holiday, which makes it the worst holiday. It’s the one day during the year where the color red — a color commonly associated with passion, seduction, anger and, in some parts of the world, where the......
Feb. 4, 2015 08:27
In addition to the Clean Air Act of 1970 which was designed to protect the public from harmful air pollution, the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) was passed in 1986 to help increase the public’s knowledge and access to......
Jan. 28, 2015 08:13

The pros and cons of living in these Triad cities

It’s impossible to venture into Winston-Salem and not be bombarded with the arts and culture of the south. There are sculptures in every park, murals on open walls and even a bus that drives around selling art supplies. There are five venues within a 10-block radius where you can enjoy music, theater, and comedy....
Jan. 21, 2015 08:16
Every four years, families all over the world gather around their television, or in some parts of the world, a community television, to watch the Winter Olympics. Athletes spend years — some dedicate their entire life — practicing for their one moment in the international spotlight to showcase their talents....
Jan. 14, 2015 11:47
Thomas Hobbes once said, “It is not wisdom but authority that makes a law.” The 17th century philosopher might have been speaking at a time when governments were being created, but in 2015 there are laws on the books that show signs of age in places like Winston-Salem....
Jan. 7, 2015 10:43
Greensboro Islamic Academy made headlines across North Carolina when it was the most requested school under the state’s new Opportunity Scholarship Program. GIA was requested by 170 voucher applicants, with the school initially approved for 43....
Dec. 31, 2014 10:57
The woman’s belly is testing the stretchlimits of the shirt covering it. Her ached gait is the summation of nine months of carrying, feeding, and comforting a child, or in this case, two children, inside of her. Her moans accompany contractions, which are becoming dangerously close....

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