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Art with a pulse

Art takes many forms in Greensboro and can make anyone feel a certain type of way. One medium that is unique to this area reaches out and touches you… literally. Unbeknownst to many, the Triad ...
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[Business Spotlight] Piedmont Opera

By: Jessica Clifford Celebration is in the air at the Piedmont Opera, with their 40th anniversary season opening to Kevin Puts and Mark Campbell’s modern opera, Silent Night. The Winston-Salem-based venue is the smallest opera ...
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Salem’s spirited tavern: Part one

By: Jennifer Bean Bower Haunted buildings are generally old, sometimes historic and always the scene of a tragic event. Coincidentally, The Salem Tavern in Winston-Salem—a structure that is over 200 years old— has these same ...
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Greensboro Residents Organize Puerto Rico Pop-Up Fundraiser During Trump Visit

Greensboro, N.C.– As Donald Trump comes to Greensboro to fundraise for the Republican National Committee, local residents will take up the slack and fundraise for the people of Puerto Rico, where thousands of people still struggle ...
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Trump Victory joint fundraising event in Greensboro: numbers

As many have already read via WRAL.com, President Donald Trump will be making an appearance in Greensboro on Oct. 7. Trump will be attending a fundraising dinner at the home of businessman Louis DeJoy and ...
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Eight great things to do in the Triad: Oct. 6-8

From Oct. 6-8 in Greensboro, the 2017 Aggie FanFest takes place at the historic War Memorial Stadium at the corner of Yanceyville and Lindsay streets. The Fanfest Hours on Friday are from 4 p.m. to ...
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The legend of the Little Red Man

By: Jennifer Bean Bower Over 200 years ago, a young man named Andreas Kremser lost his life in the Moravian town of Salem. After his death, a local ghost story emerged and he has never ...
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Vintage To Vogue and beyond: Not your average vintage shop

On North Davie Street in downtown Greensboro, there is a little shop on the corner. Vintage to Vogue is immediately recognizable by the vertical mural on the adjacent building of a woman in a sundress, ...
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The Greatest Homecoming on Earth

It is that time of year again for students and alumni of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University to celebrate the “greatest homecoming on Earth.” This year’s Aggie festivities challenge any other university to ...
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OUT and about: Winston-Salem film festival celebrates diversity and determination

As October is LGBTQ History Month, so it’s only fitting that the fourth annual “OUT at the Movies” International LGBT Film Festival, which is presented by BB&T and opens Oct. 5 with its biggest, most ...