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Eight great things to do in the Triad: Oct. 20-22

On Oct. 21 in Winston-Salem, the Monstercade will be throwing a Dance Marathon with 50 percent of the proceeds being donated to AARF. The dance marathon is from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m. and features ...
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Eight great things to do in the Triad: Oct. 13-15

From Oct. 13-22 in Winston-Salem, be sure to catch the play “Priscilla Queen of the Desert.” Showtimes for Friday and Saturday night is 8 p.m. and on Sunday at 2 p.m. The play is hosted ...
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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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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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Woods of Terror owner is two-faced

By: Jim Longworth Eddie McLaurin is two-faced—literally. Just spend an evening at his haunted attraction Woods of Terror and you’ll see what I mean. He patrols the haunts in a costume of his own creation. ...
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For Halloween, a pair of scares — with yours truly ...

A/perture Cinema’s ongoing “Looking @ Art Cinema” screening series takes on a darker, more fearful hue next month, with a pair of big-screen chillers most appropriate for the Halloween season. The two-film series, “Looking at ...
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Wine Down Wednesday: Winston-Salem hair salon owners drink wine and ...

By: Jessica Clifford Wine, women, videos and hair—a combination that has become the essence of the Winston-Salem-based salon, Do or Dye. Since the salon’s conception on April 1, co-owners Kristen McIntosh and Sierra Johnson have ...