Editor’s picks

Top picks by Yes Weekly editor.

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Wayward ‘Spirit’ Spotted at Wayward Brews

Halloween has come and gone, but ironically yet unsurprisingly, at a bar in Winston-Salem, a seemingly stubborn spirit refused to leave after last call. Amanda ...
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Putting Parties Aside and Writing the Right One In

When it comes to the Greensboro municipal elections, two candidates want to challenge voters to think outside the ballot checkbox and write in their names ...
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Awful, by George

By: Matt Brunson, Creative Loafing The original script for Suburbicon was written by Joel and Ethan Coen back in 1986, shortly after the dynamic duo flashed ...
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[Business Spotlight] Tap Hopper Tour

Only a year ago, Tap Hopper Tour brought a new avenue for drinking and socializing to the Triad. The tour takes 14 friends on a ...
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Hellraiser on Elm Street: An Oral History of Locally-filmed Horror

*Editor’s note:  After this article appeared, Peter Atkins wrote the following in an email, “The budget was certainly low, but it was WAY more than ...
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Trailer Park Orchestra Is Back and Ready to Rock

What do you get when crossing a trailer park with five guys and their musical instruments of mass destruction? An eclectic orchestra fueled by the ...
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Joy and Remembrance on Día De Muertos

Tomorrow I will go to Green Hill Cemetery and eat lunch with my dead grandfather. He was no more Mexican than me but was my ...
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Winston-Salem Label Does Grassroots Hip-hop

Hip-hop has its centers of gravity. New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston and  Memphis all have thriving scenes and names associated with their sounds. ...
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‘Hard Surfaces’ Comes Home for East Coast Premiere

Filmed in and around Winston-Salem under the title The Moleskin Diaries, Zach Brown’s award-winning debut feature Hard Surfaces will celebrate its East Coast premiere with ...
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Rattling the Eyes Through ‘Observational Abstraction’

By: Steve Mitchell Katie St. Clair is an assistant professor of art at Davidson College. She’s tall, slim and her hands are constantly in motion ...