Editor’s picks

Top picks by Yes Weekly editor.

Lonnie Holley
Editor's picksMusic

Artist and Musician Lonnie Holley to play Winston-Salem’s SECCA

The Atlanta-based artist gathers scraps and junk for his work, but his music is a meditation on America Lonnie Holley’s life story is, in many ...
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Editor's picksMusic

Luxuriant Sedans Plan Release Show for Double Parked

Second Album by Triad-Area Blues-Rock Excavators The band Luxuriant Sedans aren’t out to rescue the blues exactly. The blues, of course, is a venerable, now ...
Doha Altalki at the press conference.
Editor's picksNews

Community leaders respond to Trump’s immigration orders

by Eric Wallace A series of Greensboro residents, faith groups and pro-refugee organizations gathered last week in Downtown Greensboro to voice their opposition to President ...
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Editor's picksPressWire

Piedmont Opera receives $100,000 anonymous donation

It looks like the greatest operatic hero in the Triad this season comes armed with a checkbook! General Director and Principal Conductor James Allbritten announced ...
teen theater ensemble
Editor's picksThe Arts

Teen Theatre Ensemble chooses poetry over attitude

Whereas many teenagers are slamming doors, blasting music or “giving lip” at the height of their pubescent angst, these young adults are writing poetry to ...
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Editor's picksNews

Vaughan reflects on first year as head of Guilford Green ...

  Since Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan became the Guilford Green Foundation’s executive director in Feb. 2016, she and the nonprofit have seen many ups and ...
CHOW-Flatbread_Gia
Editor's picksFood & Drink

Six Local Restaurants That Should Be On Your Radar in ...

Kristi Maier | @triadfoodies Meridian Restaurant, 411 South Marshall Street, Winston-Salem If there’s one restaurant that deserves tons of praise and not to be missed ...
fiber-optic-conduit
Editor's picksOpinion

It’s time for Greensboro’s secret Internet plans to involve the ...

Imagine if the City of Greensboro decided to take a lane of 45 MPH Wendover Avenue, give it to a private company and allow that ...
Greensboro City Workers Union members (Credit: UE Local 150)
Editor's picksEric Fink

Greensboro city workers form a union

Greensboro municipal workers and community members will gather at City Hall on Tuesday to show support for the recently-established Greensboro City Workers Union. It’s a ...
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Editor's picksThe Arts

A/perture makes an adjustment to non-profit status

As Winston-Salem’s a/perture cinemas shines a light toward its eighth anniversary, the three-screen independent multiplex has made an organizational transition in which it will now ...