March 23, 2016 07:38
As the Weatherspoon Museum celebrates 75 years of service to UNCG and the community, they also envision the future of what Weatherspoon’s role might be as one of Greensboro’s most important cultural assets. The Weatherspoon was founded in 1941 by Gregory Ivy, first head of the Art Department at Woman’s College, now UNC-Greensboro....
March 16, 2016 07:37
“I had a request to do classes at the time and it was just a free series of classes, so I did them at a bike shop,” said studio co-owner Alisha Wielfaert. “Then it turned into donation-based classes at the bike shop. It just got bigger and bigger until I decided it was time for a space and that’s how it got started....
March 9, 2016 07:39
If you were lucky once upon a time in your life, you had a bicycle and the incredible freedom it represented. You rode to get to places, you rode just to get out, sometimes over asphalt, sometimes over gravel, sometimes over dirt trails and at least once over a makeshift ramp and the neighbor’s kid....
March 2, 2016 07:38
Founded in 2014 by business owners, Lawrence Reaves and Bobby Davis, Coder Foundry is a master computer programming class designed to teach modern web development to new and experienced programmers and to prepare them for the professional programming and software industry....
Feb. 24, 2016 10:46
The Fair Housing Act prohibits discrimination in housing due to race, national origin, religion, gender, disability, and familial status. This meeting was to discuss ways to recognize discrimination, act upon issues for immigrant and refugee tenants and make more secure connections between landlords and the international community....
Feb. 24, 2016 10:46
Winston-Salem is taking measures to honor those who’ve contributed to arts culture that the city is known for with the Arts, Culture and Entertainment Memorial Walk of Fame. The walk will feature bronze stars with the honoree’s name engraved in them embedded in the sidewalk outside of the Benton Convention Center downtown....
Feb. 17, 2016 08:04
In the early 2000’s, a group of residents led by the late Frank Borden Hanes Sr. joined together to plan the birth of a community museum. In 2008, the group adopted the name “New Winston Museum” and opened its doors in May 2012....

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