July 27, 2016 10:21
People in the queer community think a lot about visibility in ways straight people don’t. Call it hetero-privilege. They have to think about it. In an era that still hasn’t recovered from a ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy—-a policy that was seen as progressive only a few years ago—-simple public acts become political: holding hands on the sidewalk, a peck on the cheek at dinner...
July 20, 2016 10:17
The City of Winston Salem established a Commission on Ending Homelessness in March 2015 and supports rapid rehousing efforts. That commitment is bolstered by an organized faith-based volunteer network that manages several shelters, serves as volunteer caseworkers, and helps those experiencing homelessness find work and furnish apartments....
July 13, 2016 09:21
This subterranean chamber is John Pfiffner’s cellar full of beautiful noise - harbor to the latest iteration of his ever-evolving recording studio of 23 years....
July 6, 2016 08:51
The year is 1906 and the Old West is fading fast. A newspaper sponsors a 700-mile horse race (grand prize: $2,000) in an attempt to boost circulation and “pay tribute” to those who won the West. Each character’s true colors emerge during the race, and the severe toll it takes on the riders – and also the horses – is conveyed in uncompromising fashion....
June 29, 2016 08:18
Coen is 34; short, big-boned and broad shouldered, given to dark t-shirts and shorts. He thinks of himself as ‘fluffy.’ His hair and beard are dark, his arms tatooed, his earlobes gauged. His eyes are sharp and his smile is quick, accentuating his cheekbones and creasing his face into laugh lines....
June 15, 2016 05:42
Revitalization efforts are going on in just about all major and minor cities throughout the South, if not the entire United States. While each has its own character and level of achievement, you’d be hard pressed to find a more vibrant and successful one than in our own Winston-Salem....
June 8, 2016 08:05
The one time derelict structures from the 1890s that littered the downtown of old are now Greensboro’s heart and soul. It took many leaps of faith. In 2003 Daniel Craft and John Lomax purchased the Jones Building, treating the grand dame to a million dollar face lift....

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