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HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 23, 2022 – It’s the season of giving and thankfulness, and High Point University students are giving back to the community by providing Thanksgiving meals. Students in the Professional Selling Club raised nearly $4,000 to donate more than 100 meals again this year for …

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Local organizations have donated approximately 52 turkey meals to the Forsyth County Department of Social Services to distribute to families receiving child welfare services and other DSS clients in need this Thanksgiving.  

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Area venues and artists are serving up tunes and extending their “thanks” with shows and songs — including a couple helpings of the Grateful Dead at Ziggy’s Space — to highlight how grateful we all are for music in the Triad this Thanksgiving.

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Not submitting to intimidation, loss, hardship, or pandemics: FemFest NC returns to the stage with a double-barrel bill, live and in-person at the Ramkat on December 3.

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After the Turkey and dressing are put away and the Black Friday deals are secured, the spotlight turns to the local small businesses with Small Business Saturday. 

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This Thanksgiving, both the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) have very good reasons to be thankful.

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This is an unusually good-looking restaurant, populated by an unusually pleasant, even entertaining, albeit well-informed staff. The look is sleek and urbane, a function of vibrant red walls and contemporary lighting. No industrial sterility here. It’s kind of like you wish your den would lo…

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Greensboro, NC--- (501 Yanceyville Street) The public is invited to the MADE 4 the Holidays Arts, Crafts, & Pottery Show scheduled for Sunday, December 4 2022 at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market. The holiday gift market will be held 11 am -4 pm with free general admission and free park…

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Fall Festival - Nov. 19, 2022 - Greensboro Parks and Recreation will celebrate a Fall Festival on Saturday, November 19, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Griffin Recreation Center, located at 5301 Hilltop Road in Greensboro. Celebrate autumn with free food, games, music, raffle prizes and family-friendly…

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This Saturday, the School of Music at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) brings together the UNCSA Symphony Orchestra and Cantata Singers -— plus guest soloists from the A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute, to present Handel’s final oratorio Jephtha at 7:30 p.m. in the Ste…

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Amidst Thanksgiving preparations and the nearing end of November, many continue to celebrate, honor and fight for our veterans beyond Veteran’s Day. With several posts throughout the Triad, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is the nation’s oldest major veteran’s organization. In the upcomin…

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An Elon University alumnus with a history of successful fundraising and programmatic development in higher education and the nonprofit sector has been named Elon Law’s new assistant dean for development & alumni relations. 

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This year marks the 60th anniversary of the release of To Kill a Mockingbird, the classic screen adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1960 novel, and Fathom Events has teamed with Turner Classic Movies and Universal Pictures to bring the film back to theaters this month. Of the …

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Greensboro Downtown Park, Inc. will host dinner for a few hundred friends under the stars on Sunday, November 13 for its annual fundraiser, Friendsgiving, from 6 to 9 p.m. 

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 Live Music - Nov. 3, 2022 - The Piedmont Blues Preservation Society presents Backbeat Blues Jam Session at Brewer’s Kettle Kernersville, located at 308 E. Mountain Street, on Thursday, November 3 from 7 to 10 p.m. Hosted by Row Cook, this event is free to attend. 

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HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 2, 2022 – It was a moment of firsts for High Point University’s inaugural cohort of nursing students. The four students were presented with their white coats during the Department of Nursing’s first White Coat Ceremony on Oct. 29.

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“I am relieved it’s over, but it’s bittersweet,” said Mary Smith to YES! Weekly, the day after United States District Judge Loretta Biggs approved the $2.57 million settlement agreement in Smith et al v. City of Greensboro et al, her Federal civil rights lawsuit over the death of her son Mar…

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Jacob’s First Mandolin, a short film made by Taylor Sharp, triumphed over all comers in the Visit North Carolina’s Firsts That Last Film Series Competition, which was instituted to promote tourism in the Tarheel State. Of the 12 short films submitted, Jacob’s First Mandolin reaped almost 17,…

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V.M.D is the solo-moniker for Greensboro musician Jerrod Smith (The Leeves, Dickwolf, Instant Regrets) who writes and records an album, [mostly] inspired by horror movies, each October to be released on Halloween. He’ll release the 10th installment “Season of Halloween,” via bandcamp on Octo…

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Like any part of the United States with communities so old, the Triad’s folklore is heavily haunted. There is, for instance, Lydia, forever young, pale, and pretty as she stands on the dark road outside of Jamestown and thumbs a ride home. When you pick her up, you don’t yet know she’s dead.

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For roughly the past 20 years, Wake Forest University’s Timothy S.Y. Lam Museum of Anthropology has continuously displayed a variety of Day of the Dead exhibits. Initially small in size and the amount of time this would be on display, the exhibit’s size has grown throughout the years dependi…

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Live Music - Oct. 20, 2022 - Jammin’ at the AMP, presented by Lexington Utilities and hosted at the Breeden Insurance Amphitheater on East 3rd Avenue, will kick off the city’s BBQ Festival weekend on Thursday, October 20 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. There will live music, drinks, and food options ava…

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Jessica Cancino, an alumna of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) School of Design & Production, was awarded one of seven grants from the 1/52 Project, which aspires to support designers of color as they foster their careers in the realm of theater. Each grant is …

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Lewis and Elm is a fairly new establishment from Jake Assaf, one of the tiny number of certified sommeliers in the Triad. It opened in mid-summer. He also owns Rioja (1603 Battleground Avenue, (336) 412-0011, riojawinebar.com) and hosts tours focused on wines (in Italy, at the present). 

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Triad residents are used to The Pony Express, or United States Postal Service, bringing them their mail and packages, but this month they can count on carriers to also bring them hope and awareness.

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The RiverRun International Film Festival’s ever-popular “RiverRun Retro” screening series has a diabolical double feature ready to shriek and roll this Halloween season, and both events will take place at Marketplace Cinemas, 2095 Peters Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem.

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Four strangers, one ghost train, one locked door, one gun, one knife, 400 years of racial injustice, with an unknown destination. Triad Playwrights Theatre invites residents to an original play, The Unders written by Pete Turner and directed by Jonathan Crow, at the Stephen D. Hyers Theatre …

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Triad artists will get their shot at some cold-hard cash and red-hot bragging rights this Saturday as Arts Uptown Greensboro gives them a chance to “Reign Supreme.” 

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Actress, director, and producer Tracee Ellis Ross spoke to an excited crowd of students, community leaders, and Triad residents about her journey of empowerment at North Carolina A&T State University on Tuesday, October 4.

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Greensboro city council voted Monday  night on a revised city ordinance that District 1’s Sharon Hightower said could criminalize homelessness. Hightower and the other three Black council members voted against it, but the other five council members, all of whom are white, successfully voted …

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Heart disease and stroke are largely preventable by managing your vital health numbers and making heart healthy lifestyle changes. The Winston-Salem Heart & Stroke Walk is coming to back to Bailey Park in Downtown Winston-Salem on Sunday, October 23. Come walk with us!

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