“Silent Witness” Candlelight Vigil to Mark Start of Domestic Violence Awareness Month

By Staff City and police officials, employees with Family Services of Forsyth County, family members of domestic violence victims and their advocates will hold a domestic violence awareness event and a candlelight vigil on the front steps of City Hall at 7pm Thursday, Oct. 1, to mark the start of […]

by · September 30, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown
Weekend Guide – September 18-20

Weekend Guide – September 18-20

compiled by Kerri Hughes Fall weather is starting to settle in and Camel City is picking up the pace to welcome the new season. Check out what’s going on this weekend!

by · September 17, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown, Guides & Events, Health

Venture Innovation Café™ at 525@vine to Spotlight Support Available to Winston-Salem’s Small Businesses

By Staff On September 17th, small business owners and those who are planning to start one have an opportunity to learn about the wide range of support available to current and prospective small-business owners in Winston-Salem at the Venture Innovation Café™. This free event, which will run from 10:30am to 8pm, is […]

by · September 14, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown, Education, Forsyth Tech, Wake Forest
the donkeys

Second Sundays On 4th Back This Weekend

By Staff Sunday, September 13th, 4th Street in downtown Winston-Salem will play host to another edition of Second Sundays on 4th event. 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 […]

by · September 8, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown
storefronts - terra luna by winston-salem light project

Storefronts Winston-Salem Seeks Artists for Next Phase

By Staff Storefronts Winston-Salem is looking for artists and designers to create a series of temporary public art interventions to help visually link the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts and Hanesbrands Theater to West 4th Street and the Stevens Center. All residents of Forsyth County and all members of […]


3rd Shift… Raleigh’s War on Winston-Salem… You’re Either For Us or Against Us

By Chad Nance “If you smell something, say something.” Jon Stewart On Friday August 7th the Winston-Salem City Council called a special meeting between themselves and our legislative delegation – the group of men and women who are supposed to be representing our interest in Raleigh. The entire enterprise went […]

moral monday, w-s, 2015

Moral Monday March will Impact Downtown Traffic on Monday

By Staff   The evening commute for downtown workers on July 13 will be affected by rolling street closures and congestion in downtown Winston-Salem for the Mass Moral Monday March for Voting Rights. Organizers estimate that 2,000 or more marchers will attend from all over North Carolina and elsewhere.. The […]

by · July 12, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown

The Electric Camel Pod Jumps the Shark

Chad and Tim jump the shark and talk about the causes and conditions that may be driving the current rash of shark attacks off North Carolina’s beaches.  Michelle M. McCullough, Project Planner for the City/County Planning Board, comes in the studio to discuss Winston-Salem’s architectural treasures and the new book “Winston-Salem’s […]

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Arts Council Announces Summer Schedule for “Sunset Flicks 2015”

By Staff   The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County will kick off “Sunset Flicks 2015,” Sunday July 19, with the screening of Dirty Dancing in Winston Square Park in downtown Winston-Salem. The free film and food festival is a partnership between the Arts Council, Coffee Park Arts, and […]

by · July 6, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown
winston-salem's architectural heritage

Review: Winston-Salem’s Architectural Heritage a Book We All Need

by Chad Nance Comprehensive and unprecedented, “Winston-Salem’s Architectural-Heritage” is a book like no other in Camel City history.  Providing historical context along with the meticulous research this project has produced a “must have” volume for Winston-Salem citizens.  Our city has a rich, deep, and tumultuous history that is told in […]

by · June 23, 2015 · 0 comments · Community, Downtown