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GUILFORD COUNTY – Guilford County will begin distributing face masks and bottles of hand sanitizer throughout the community starting Thursday, October 15. This distribution program will be handled by Guilford County’s Social Services division of the Health and Human Services Department and g…

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (OCTOBER 2, 2020)—As a part of its reimagined season, the Winston-Salem Symphony is presenting a series of Symphony Serenades— socially distanced, intimate concerts for small audiences.  The first Symphony Serenade open to the public will take place at SECCA on Friday, Octo…

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – While COVID-19 has caused many events to cancel, the fall fashion-forward event of the year is not one of them. Join us for the Sixth Annual Winston-Salem Fashion Week, presented by Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina and the Southeastern Center for Contempo…

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The High Point Arts Council is pleased to bring back Donna Hughes for Sidetrack Sessions at the Centennial Station Arts Center on Thursday, October 8, at 7:00 p.m. Since COVID-19 gathering restrictions are limited to 25 people indoors, these concerts are not open to the public at this time, …

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The current pandemic is a very difficult time for a lot of people, and there are a lot of ideas that play a part in helping you survive and thrive at this time. People are struggling with mental health, losing their jobs, and missing connections with friends and family. So it is hugely impor…

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To inaugurate the Halloween season, the RiverRun International Film Festival and Marketplace Cinemas have reunited to scare up something very special indeed – a screening this Friday of the 1975 cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Marketplace Cinemas Drive-In Theater, lcoated a…

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Small businesses continue to struggle during this Covid-19 recession and local economies need help.  This Thursday numerous Greensboro downtown business owners will be calling for a new federal financial stimulus package that will again provide survival funding to small businesses and put mo…

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (OCTOBER 1, 2020) — A new grant program will offer funding for COVID-19 relief to Black and Latino-owned small businesses in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. The Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) grant fund will provide businesses with up to $25,000 and is focused on impr…

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The socially conscious family of fashion designers are not strangers to making a statement through their art. The mother-daughter trio of No Punching Bag have embedded their brand in advocating change for various social issues plaguing the United States, such as beauty stereotypes, gun viole…

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GREENSBORO, NC (September 21, 2020) – The Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department encourages residents to get outside with children during National Take a Child Outside Week, September 24-30. The department will host a series of free activities to get children aged 3-7 exploring the natur…

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(Greensboro, N.C.) – As COVID-19 continues to affect the world and particularly the live entertainment industry, the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts announced today that WICKED, originally scheduled for November 18 – December 6, 2020, has been postponed.

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Nothing is stopping Triad fashionistas from showcasing their designs— not even the COVID-19 pandemic. To make it all happen, Winston-Salem Fashion Week CEO Nikita Wallace and her team had to get creative, which is fitting, considering Winston-Salem is the City of Arts and Innovation.

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Greensboro, NC (September 8, 2020) – The Greensboro Virus Relief Taskforce is pleased to announce it is accepting applications from nonprofits providing services to people impacted by the Coronavirus. The Taskforce will award five grants up to $25,000 to organizations addressing the priority…

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Greensboro’s own Ty Gibson has gained a massive following as a comedian on an app that’s rocking the boat of the Trump administration— even more than the “parade” held on Lake Travis in Texas this past weekend.   

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Andrea Santolim Geller and Laura Rumfelt want to defend future generations of North Carolinians from climate change, and they are starting at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

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Welcome to our favorite issue of the year, The Triad’s Best! As many of you may know, this is our biggest issue all year, and something we spend several months working on. This year, exactly 166,410 votes were cast by nearly 30,000 people—setting a new record for participation! People from a…

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Rev. Willard Bass and Rev. Gary Williams are co-directors/founders of the SHARE Cooperative, and its motto is “Supplying Honest And Respectful Engagement.” For the past four years, they have been trying to practice what they preach and feed the hungry by opening a grocery store in one of Win…

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Having enjoyed tremendous success this summer, the collaboration between the RiverRun International Film Festival and Marketplace Cinemas Drive-In screenings continues this month with a pair of popular screen favorites on tap, both of which have direct ties to the festival.

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After a summer of hard work to slow the spread of COVID-19, North Carolina can take a modest step to ease some restrictionsNorth Carolinians must stay vigilant on mask wearing and social distancingRead the Executive OrderRALEIGH: Governor Roy Cooper today announced that after a summer of har…

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Read Executive Order 162RALEIGH: In an effort to continue slowing the spread of COVID-19, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 162 to extend the limited hours on the sale of alcoholic drinks in North Carolina. As the state continues to fight the spread of COVID-19, the Order requires r…

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Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in Guilford County, the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office has been working with state and local partners to proactively prevent the introduction and spread of COVID-19 into the detention centers. The Sheriff’s Office prevention and response efforts…

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Almost six months into the COVID-19 pandemic and over 170,000 dead, it seems like the United States still can’t get the virus under control. For the majority of working-class citizens, the same goes for making ends meet. Rent is due in one week, utilities need to be paid soon, the Paycheck P…

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Making its Triad debut, 2:00AM Wake Up Call features multi-instrumentalist Micah Rutrough,  who’s looking back on the roads which brought him here in the new album, The Barriers All Seem To Disappear. Settling-in as a High Point resident, Rutrough has been plucking away in his “band of one,”…

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A/perture cinema, Winston-Salem’s premier independent art-house theater, brings a much-loved bit of nostalgic summer fun back to the big screen with its special drive-in screening of the 1985 blockbuster Back to the Future this Friday. In case of rain, the film will be screened Saturday.

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In August 1990, a Greensboro glamazon with lips that can be seen from outer space materialized, and 30 years later, she is still turning heads and snatching crowns. Chad Taylor AKA Paisley Parque started doing drag when it was still considered illegal in Greensboro to wear clothes in public …