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Exploring the new image regime at SECCA

By: James Ross Kiefer Art has historically served a dual purpose, partly serving as a reflection of the period it comes from, it also acts ...
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High Point University’s president pledges to raise millions for additional ...

By: Eva Ellenburg When the High Point City Council approved the proposal for a downtown baseball stadium, Dr. Nido Qubein doubted the project alone would ...
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New executive director of GDPI strives for more community-oriented parks

By: Eva Ellenburg Almost eight weeks into his new position as executive director, Rob Overman already has plans to progress the principal ideal of community ...
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“Single Channel Catalyst II” brings art and artist from different ...

By: James Ross Kiefer There becomes a point when mundane objects such as clothing, jars, plates and other items transcend a basic functionality. They develop ...
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The Bellevue Estate gives house shows a different reputation

By: James Ross Kiefer  When the weekend falls upon us inevitably we desire something to catch our interests. Whether it be a house party, an ...
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On Pop of The World hosts Television’s founder and Winston-Salem ...

By: Matty Sheets  Television, along with Patti Smith and the Talking Heads, got their start in the mid-‘70s playing at the now famous East Village ...
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Local pastor’s new film tells the story of “Amazing Grace” ...

Most people know the song “Amazing Grace,” but few know the story of the man behind the famous hymn. Local director and Trinity Moravian Church’s ...
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Reynolda House Museum of American Art Presents ‘Georgia O’Keeffe: Living ...

Reynolda House Museum of American Art will present Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern, a landmark exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Museum that examines the artist’s self-crafted ...
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The many faces of Ethan

by Chella McClelland The Ethan I Was Before is a story of family, friendship, heartbreak, and growth. Ultimately, it is an exploration into the way ...
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May 1884: Dark Days of Sorrow

By Jennifer Bean Bower “oh Lord forgive this poor sinner” – Henry Swaim, May 1884 Harrison Reid’s farm was a place of laughter, lively conversation ...