By Staff National champions, Grand Tour winners and the top men and women across the nation in professional cycling are confirmed to compete this weekend at the third annual Winston-Salem Cycling Classic in North Carolina. The professional criterium races will take place on Saturday, May 30, as part of the […]
By Staff The Winston-Salem Cycling Classic, a professional biking event in its third year, will return to downtown Winston-Salem and surrounding areas on Saturday and Sunday, May 30 and 31. Saturday’s race events will conclude with an evening concert at the Wake forest Innovation Quarter’s new Bailey Park featuring […]
By Michael A. Wiseman The inaugural Second Sundays on 4th event returns this Sunday to downtown Winston-Salem. This free family-friendly outdoor event series, every second Sunday of the month from May to October from 3-6 pm, is presented by Flow Automotive and supported by a number of other local sponsors. Each event includes […]
Tim and Chad talk about the recent attempts by gun rights extremist to intimidate Winston-Salem businesses who advertise with CCD in order to try to control what your local journalists write about particular issues. Freedom of speech and assembly are THE paramount freedoms. Is the best of the free life behind us now given […]
In case you missed the ribbon cutting at downtown Winston-Salem’s Mast General, CCD was there. The long awaited opening of this store is the culmination of years of work and marks the return of major retail into downtown.
By Staff At the request of Mast General Store and the Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership, the block of Trade Street between Fifth and Sixth streets will be closed to vehicles from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 6, for the opening celebration of the Mast General Store at 516 N. […]
By Staff The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Coffee Park Downtown and WSNC 90.5 FM radio are sponsoring noon gatherings each Wednesday in May at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. Dubbed “B/eats,” it is a lunchtime experience for people looking for good food, good music, […]
By Staff The Winston-Salem Downtown Arts District will once again host the First Friday Gallery Hop on Friday, May 1, with shops, studios and galleries open extended hours, from 7 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. The event includes artist receptions, demonstrations, live music and other entertainment. The Gallery Hop will take […]
By Staff On Tuesday Governor Pat McCrory announced that he is nominating Revenue Secretary and Winston-Salem businessman Lyons Gray to the controversial North Carolina Utilities Commission. “In Lyons Gray, the people of North Carolina will be represented by a man who brings a wealth of real-world experience and compassion to […]
By Staff Winston-Salem has been recognized for being a hub for innovation, economic growth, and prosperity at the local level. It’s been named a Startup Grind city, joining a global community of 150 cities across 65 countries who excel at connecting entrepreneurs and fostering innovation.