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Wake Forest Students Cover Downtown Winston-Salem

November 5, 2015 by Anna Conte

Old courthouse holds a new purpose

Courtrooms dating back to 1926 are now home to city residents wanting to live in central downtown Winston-Salem, all made possible with the renovation of … Read More

November 5, 2015 by McKenzie Maddox

J.S. Pulliam’s Barbeque Plans to Open New Restaurant Downtown

The sizzle of hot dogs and smell of barbecue both flavor the atmosphere of J.S. Pulliam’s Barbeque. The restaurant, which was started in 1910 in … Read More

November 5, 2015 by Katie Dickens

Winston Fashion Designer Showcases Line Downtown

Amanda Vaughn-Redmon and Molly Grace at the counter in Kleur Professionally trained fashion designer Amanda Vaughn-Redmon has lived in Winston-Salem for years, but she is … Read More

November 5, 2015 by Daniel Sechtin

(VIDEO) Our Neighbor: The Soup Man

A Christmas tree farmer turned pastor, Ken Furches left the family business and answered a calling from God to preach full time. The change in … Read More

November 5, 2015 by Stephanie Sullan

Rainy Mornings & Tech Briefings

Biologists, technologists, and students walked through the rain and into a modern, rectangular building with transparent windows last Wednesday morning. The 14th Annual Tech Briefing, … Read More

November 5, 2015 by Erin Patterson

Book sale carries on life of Central Library

Inside a nondescript brick building on the corner of Marshall and 6th St., boxes of books line a long hallway. Claudia von Grunebaum, president of … Read More

October 26, 2015 by Emily Eisert

Winston-Salem Pride Holds its Annual Festival and Parade

“We got a repeat customer!” calls out Macaria Rage, the emcee who wore a turquoise gown covered in rhinestones. She holds the hand of a … Read More

October 23, 2015 by Stephanie Sullan

A Shaved Head with a Standing Ovation

Triad Stage paired with the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to stage the play Wit at the HanesBrand theatre on Spruce Street this month. Wit … Read More

October 22, 2015 by Daniel Sechtin

With Competition Higher than Ever, Lunch Counters Thrive

The sweet smells of homestyle cooking meet anyone who enters Murphy’s Lunch in downtown Winston-Salem. A first glance into the restaurant offers a view of … Read More

October 22, 2015 by McKenzie Maddox

Our Neighbor: Bike Patrol Officer Greg Martin

While the sun began to set on the downtown Winston-Salem area, Officer Greg Martin slipped on his yellow Winston-Salem Bike Patrol jacket, fastened his helmet … Read More

October 22, 2015 by Erin Buchholz

Innovation Quarter brings exercise classes downtown

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter has teamed up with yoga studios and a branch of the YMCA to offer indoor and outdoor fitness classes as a … Read More

October 22, 2015 by Anna Conte

Wind chimes add “serendipity” to the Arts District

About two years ago, hidden by the darkness of night two Arts for Arts Sake members set out on an expedition to hang wind chimes … Read More