Dec. 18, 2013 10:07
Frank Russell was a pioneer when he opened Artmongerz with his signature brilliant-hued metal fish on South Elm Street in 2004. His was one of the first galleries south of the railroad tracks near McGee Street. Back then, the district was known mostly for dusty antique stores and there was an actual fish market at Elm and Lee streets....
Dec. 11, 2013 10:03
The holidays are right around the corner as are the NFL playoffs, but A&E Networks Home Entertainment has a special offer for those who can’t get enough of baseball. Until Jan. 7, there will be a special holiday discount on iTunes to download every official World Series film from 1943 until 2012....
Dec. 11, 2013 10:03
Megan Kilpatrick Moen and Matt Moen, the owners of Kilpatrick Design, were looking for local artists to showcase in their new studio on Trade Street when they found themselves admiring a series of unidentified prints displayed on panels on a patch of ground next to the Cherry Street parking deck in Winston-Salem....
Dec. 4, 2013 10:16
“This is great news,” said Susan Ruskin, the dean of the School of Filmmaking, in an official statement. “To have three students winning jury awards in one year is testament to the talent of our students, the quality of our program, and the expertise of our faculty....
Dec. 4, 2013 10:16
Thanksgiving weekend occasions a suspension of the regular cycle of arts activities — the artist receptions, openings of new exhibits, films, lectures and various festivals that pair up with food and music....
Nov. 27, 2013 09:55
The setting for the exhibit, Ember Gallery in Winston-Salem’s Downtown Arts District — which doubles as a high-end stereo shop — colors the experience of the paintings. Whether consistent with the theme or not, the vivid oils and watercolors burst with color and movement on the white walls of the rectangular storefront....
Nov. 20, 2013 09:58
The original auditoriums respectively seat 82 and 79, and the new theater (called “s/tudio 3”) seats 45. With only two screens, some films that still had earning potential had to go to make room for a new one. “It certainly gives is more flexibility and more opportunity to hold a film over,” Desai says....
Nov. 20, 2013 09:58
Sarah Lindsay wrapped up a hectic day of proofing pages at Pace Communications. Parking on the wrong side of the campus set her back a couple minutes. When she arrived at about 8 o’clock at the UNCG Faculty Center, she found a group of about 50 — a mix of grad students, retired professors and graying boomers — waiting quietly and attentively....

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