By Jack Pennington It’s a bitter wind that blows at 7th and Trade tonight. Snowpocalypse is once again impending upon our humble Triad. My fingers burn with a painful numbness that’s only matched by the dull tingles in my toes. I really should trade my green Chucks for a pair […]
By Staff Long Time North Carolina musician and author, Clay Howard has debuted a new music video for the song, “This Time,” from, “Who The Hell is Clay Howard?” The video is the third music video from the 10 song collection which was produced and recorded with Minneapolis producer/musician, Brynn […]
By Katy Shick One of the great delights of watching a foreign film is getting an opportunity to live in another country for just a few hours. While visiting this culture, we, the viewers can witness what life is like—where people live and shop, how they drive, and how they […]
In this CCD micro-doc you meet Stokes County’s Mason Via, a young man with thoughtful insight and a craftsman’s skill at song writing that is surprising given his tender age of 18.
By Staff Stephanie Tyson,/chef and co-owner of Sweet Potatoes in Winston-Salem’s Arts District, will headline the Soul Food Week Dinner at Chicago’s award-winning Big Jones Restaurant on January 20. Chef Paul Fehribach of Big Jones will be offering diners “a soul food family dinner” prepared from recipes in Chef Stephanie’s […]
By Staff After successfully leading the RiverRun International Film Festival for more than a decade, Andrew Rodgers announced he will step down from his position as Executive Director effective March 8, 2016. He and his family will be moving to Colorado this spring, where he will take over the reins […]
By Katy Shick Tom Hooper’s new film, “The Danish Girl”, chronicles the struggle of a man in the late 1920s to become the woman he knows himself to be. Based on the novel by David Ebershoff, “The Danish” Girl is the fictionalized account of Einar Wegener, a Danish landscape […]
By Staff Acting Librarian of Congress David Mao announced Wednesday the annual selection of 25 motion pictures to be named to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress. These films, which epitomize the diversity and richness of the nation’s cinematic heritage, have been identified as motion pictures that […]
By Marshall Schaffer Many a procedural, be it “Zodiac” or “Zero Dark Thirty,” has created suspense by following a straight, chronological line towards its ultimate result or finding. Tom McCarthy’s “Spotlight,” a story of the Boston Globe‘s uncovering of widespread sexual abuse within the Catholic Church, takes a slightly different […]
Documentary filmmaker Arley Wolber takes us behind the scenes and introduces us to Winston-Salem’s vibrant and diverse food truck community in Winston-Salem.