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The City of Art and Innovation has a new hotel designed to capture the eye and stimulate the mind along with giving rest, although you’ll find its usual tenets may not be who, or what, you think.

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Saturday’s Veinte Veinte Latin Festival may be named for last year, but organizers are already looking forward to the future. 

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It was a sunny Tuesday morning as Joe Michaels, then director of the Today Show, prepared for a live concert at Rockefeller Center. A helicopter was in the sky, a camera was on the roof of 30 Rock and the crew was in place.

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The North Carolina Folk Festival is back in the flesh, and looking to bring folks to downtown Greensboro for a free three-day music festival Sept. 10-12. 

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NC Comedy Festival - Sept. 3-12, 2021 - The NC Comedy Festival kicks off Friday with sketch, improv and stand up shows galore throughout the Triad. The festival runs through September 12. For more information about show, performers, and tickets, visit www.nccomedyfestival.com. 

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As previously reported, the City of Greensboro filed suit against the realty company Arco, owned by the Agapion family, in August 2019. The lawsuit was not over the long history of deaths at Arco properties, the most infamous of which was the tragic 2018 fire at a Cone-Summit apartment compl…

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Beginning Friday, the RiverRun International Film Festival’s virtual theater will offer the feature documentary Life in the Sacrifice Zone, which will be available through September 24, 2021. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased online at https://riverrunfilm.com/.

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Family Properties of North Carolina is attempting to evict 18 immigrant families who have raised their children and grandchildren in Jamison Homes Mobile Park on Greensboro’s quiet Hiatt Street. Some residents say they were told to get out only months after their landlord sold them their tra…

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The Lexington Barbecue Festival has been canceled for the second year in a row, due to labor and supply shortages and pandemic concerns. The following statement was released by the festival: After months of consultation with local officials, sponsors, and official festival restaurants, the 2…

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Following the example of other national events and organizations in the LGBTQIA+ community, Greensboro Pride has decided to cancel its 2021 Pride Festival. The following release was sent on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 3: 

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NC Comedy Festival - Sept. 3-12, 2021 - The NC Comedy Festival kicks off Friday with sketch, improv and stand up shows galore throughout the Triad. The festival runs through September 12. For more information about show, performers, and tickets, visit www.nccomedyfestival.com. 

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Nikita Wallace, founder and creative director of Winston-Salem Fashion Week returns for her seventh year of inspiring and showcasing local artists. “It is a delight to be back in person after having to go fully virtual last year. We were successful in our efforts, but nothing beats being pre…

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Rhiannon Giddens didn’t like deciding that only those vaccinated or recently tested for Covid can attend the first public performance at Greensboro’s Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, where she kicks off her They’re Calling Me Home tour on Thursday, September 2. 

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In August 2019, lawyers for the City of Greensboro filed suit against Arco Realty, the controversial real estate management company owned by the Agapion family, for $682,000 in unpaid fines. Five months ago, the city accepted a settlement of $200,000.

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Some moms get together to talk about their kids and drink coffee. Some moms get together to discuss the last book they’ve read or television series they’ve binged, and not talk about their families. 

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Downtown Jazz - Aug. 27, 2021 - Downtown Winston Salem presents Downtown Jazz featuring Jessie. The event will be in Corpening Plaza, on W. 1st Street, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For more information, or a schedule of the shows, visitwww.downtownws.com/music/downtown-jazz/.

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Craft Store Sitcom: The Play is the first theatrical collaboration of A.J. Schraeder, Bob Beshere, and Rankin Willard. “After countless hours performing improv comedy together at The Idiot Box Comedy Club in Greensboro, we decided to turn our skills to a slightly more permanent art form,” sa…

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GREENSBORO, NC (August 19, 2019) – The Greensboro City Council will be accepting online applications for the vacant at-large seat from Friday, August 20 through Thursday, September 9 at 11:59 pm. The at-large seat was vacated when Michelle Kennedy announced her resignation from Council durin…

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“I tell stories of lost animals that deserve rebirth through art,” said Aspen Stevanovski, a conservation biologist specializing in eastern coyotes, when asked why she decorates the bones of animals.

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The RiverRun International Film Festival’s next event, presented in collaboration with PBS North Carolina, will be a virtual screening of C.J. Hunt’s feature documentary The Neutral Ground, which will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 26th, followed by a discussion with the filmmaker.

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A unanimous Monday night vote by the Greensboro Planning and Zoning Commission may doom a historic Quaker home later owned by a former state representative who became a religious mystic, dressed like Moses, and ran twice as a fringe candidate for United States President.

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Greensboro makers and future makers will soon have more space to hone their skills and figure out their craft as Forge Greensboro gears up to expand once again.

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Greensboro writer James Tate Hill strategically navigated West Virginia streets 20 years ago, risking death rather than letting anyone know his vision is a blurry kaleidoscope of light and color.

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Music at Twilight - Aug. 19, 2021 - The Kernersville Chamber of Commerce presents Music at Twilight featuring Megan Doss at Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden in Kernersville on Thursday, Aug. 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. Food is provided by Giadas Trattoria, beer available from Gypsy Road Brewing Compa…

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Greensboro, NC, (August 17, 2021) – Greensboro City Councilperson Michelle Kennedy announced her resignation, effective immediately, during the August 17 City Council meeting. Kennedy was elected as an At-Large Council representative in 2017. Her term was set to expire in 2022.

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Downtown Jazz - Aug. 13, 2021 - Downtown Winston Salem presents Downtown Jazz featuring Willie Bradley. The event will be in Corpening Plaza, on W. 1st Street, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. For more information, or a schedule of the shows, visitwww.downtownws.com/music/downtown-jazz/.

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Like Captain American, Superman, and all the other heroes who temporarily “died,” the event that comic book fans call “Geek Christmas” is back and kicking ass.

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Victoria ‘Vikki’ Vassar, a local Winston-Salem artist, is strongly influenced by German expressionism and artists like Ed Gorey, Mark Ryden, and pop art from the 1960s. “If it’s big, bold, simple, gothy, or just plain weird - I probably love it,” said Vassar.

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In a graduating class of 100 students holding STEM majors, you’d expect to see approximately 62 white graduates striding towards the podium to accept their bachelor’s degrees. With around 24 Asian students in their wake, the remaining population would be made up of approximately six African …

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This Thursday, the RiverRun International Film Festival will present a special free screening of award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson’s feature documentary Boss: The Black Experience in Business at Bookmarks (634 W. Fourth Street, Winston-Salem).

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Triad residents will have an opportunity to interact with local farmers while learning more about agriculture in the area.

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Holy Ground Revival - Aug. 4-7, 2021- The North Carolina Black Repertory Company, in partnership with the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, Truist Financial, and OUT at the Movies, will be presenting “Holy Ground Revival,” a week-long celebration of the arts. Beginning Monday…

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Different circumstances may have brought Sabrina Tillman McGowens and Sheena Dawkins to the corner of South Main Street and West High Avenue in High Point, but it’s their hard work and dedication that is keeping them rooted to the spot. 

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Some Greensboro business owners pushed back against the city’s proposed safety plan at a town hall meeting on Monday. The plan, which Mayor Nancy Vaughan and Assistant City Manager Trey Davis called a rough draft, is aimed at reducing violence in or near city bars and nightclubs.

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The City of High Point rolled out the red carpet for its new city manager Tasha Logan Ford last week with a press conference and reception introducing her.

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