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Restaurant Review- The Katherine, A New Jewel in the Middle of Camel City’s History

By Timothy G. Beeman II By Staff The iconic R.J. Reynolds building, that now houses the Kimpton Cardinal hotel is an historic landmark and treasure to our beloved Winston-Salem. When it was announced, publicly, in 2014 that it was going to become the newest in the Kimpton line of boutique […]

black water reflection - glenn thompson

Pennsylvania Photographer Wins Ansel Adams-Inspired Modern Landscape Black & White Photography Contest

By Staff A photographer from Butler, Pa. has won a photography contest inspired by “Ansel Adams: Eloquent Light,” an exhibition of Adams’s photographs on view exclusively at Reynolda House Museum of American Art. Glenn Thompson’s “Black Water Reflections” received the most votes of three finalists in the “The Modern Landscape: […]

by · May 22, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Museums
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CCD Sunday Short Fiction by Dennis Straub

Lewie and Blair   Butch McAfee had a couple of his bully boys chasing me. He was still sore at me for getting his nephew busted. I knew they were packing heat. Butch’s boys always did. There were too many people around to start any gun play. Not that they’d […]

by · May 22, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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Gordon & Copey Hanes Art Exhibition to Feature Works by Rembrandt & Picasso at WSSU

By Staff Masterpieces by internationally known Renaissance, modern, and contemporary artists and printmakers, such as Salvador Rosa, Rembrandt van Rijn, Romare Bearden, Pablo Picasso, and Robert Rauschenberg, will be part of an exhibition on display from June 10-September 20, 2016 at The Diggs Gallery of Winston-Salem State University. An opening […]

by · May 22, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Galleries
Twin City Stage To Present Tuesdays with Morrie

Twin City Stage To Present Tuesdays with Morrie

By Staff Twin City Stage will present Tuesdays with Morrie, a drama by Jeffrey Hatcher and Mitch Albom, opening Friday, June 3, at the Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 Spruce Street N in downtown Winston-Salem. This beloved modern classic will feature frequent Twin Cit performer, Brian Joyce as Mitch and Twin City director […]

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Blue Ridge Music Center to Celebrate Young Musicians with JAM & Family Day on May 21

by staff The Blue Ridge Music Center is partnering with Junior Appalachian Musicians Inc. (JAM) to present a free day of activities and musical workshops on Saturday, May 21, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. JAM is a regional program that offers children the chance to experience community through the […]

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Stained Glass Playhouse Announces 2016-2017 Season

By Staff The Stained Glass Playhouse is a 501(C)3, non-profit volunteer corporation, designed to provide material with a moral message, producing unique and challenging works, creating and attracting an audience from the greater Winston-Salem community, providing opportunities for actors and technicians to increase and improve their skill, and celebrating life […]

Acclaimed Autism Art Exhibit Moves to Steele Group

Acclaimed Autism Art Exhibit Moves to Steele Group

By Staff On May 6th, the exhibit “Layers: An Exhibit of Artwork from Artists on the Spectrum”, moved to The Steele Group Architects as part of First Fridays Gallery Hop. The exhibition will be on view through the month of June. during the month of April, the exhibit of artwork […]

by · May 15, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Galleries
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CCD Sunday Poetry – Spring Poems by Grace Ellis

A MURMURATION OF STARLINGS Starlings are singularly unattractive birds. They brashly strut, off-kilter. Their hoarse racket rattles our ears As they invade our fields and backyard feeders, Leading us to curse the fool Who first released these European immigrants In Central Park, in honor of Shakespeare. But in early spring, […]

by · May 15, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature
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CCD Sunday Fiction by Teri Hairston

Salvaged Someone had thrown them away.  Two chairs.  I parked my Jeep in front of the dumpster so that I could take a closer look.  They were dirty.  Grime was caked in the seats. Crayon marks on the white ladder backs of the chairs made me think that the previous […]

by · May 8, 2016 · 0 comments · Arts, Arts & Innovation, Literature