West End Opera House: Winston Salem’s Neighborhood Pub

West End Opera House: Winston Salem’s Neighborhood Pub Don’t let the name fool you; the West End Opera House is a private bar that keeps it simple yet features just the right amount of niceties for an evening out with friends. The bar has enjoyed a healthy scene of regulars for thirty five years, fancying itself a private neighborhood pub that is comfortable and classy. Advertised for “The Best Drinks in Town”,  you will not be disappointed by the generous pour that these bartenders serve their patrons. There are a lot of bars in Winston Salem and Greensboro, so what
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Twin City Stage presents Mary Poppins

Twin City Stage will present Mary Poppins, opening on Friday, March 27, at the Arts Council Theatre, 610 Coliseum Drive in Winston-Salem.  Additional performances will be held March 28-29, April 2-5 & 9-12.  Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 pm, and Sunday matinees are at 2 pm.  Tickets are $25 for adults and $22 for seniors and students.  Group discounts are available.  The box office opens to the public on Monday, March 16 at 12 noon and is open Monday through Friday from noon-5:30 pm.  Call (336) 725-4001 for tickets. There’s only one word for it—“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” Jack-of-all trades,
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The Lost Shepherd

The Lost Shepherd By Brian Watkins Theater fans of the Triad should take note of a great production for late March in Winston Salem. The Lost Shepherd is a musical drama that tells the fictional story of a shepherd’s quest to find the Messiah, weaving an inspiring story that is meaningful for all ages. Through the eyes of the shepherd’s journey visitors will see classic New Testament stories come to life with phenomenal acting and a cast of over 150 actors. “This story is told in a beautiful mix of music, acting, and staging,” says Lynn Messick, Music Director at
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A Year-Round Taste of Local Goodness at the Triad Farmers Market

A Year-Round Taste of Local Goodness at the Triad Farmers Market Visiting the local Farmers Market is a popular weekend outing during summer months, but what many Triad residents may not know is that several of the regular merchants offer year-round products that are definitely worth a sample. The best thing about the Farmers Market is the fresh, local products that you just can’t find anywhere else. In this spirit we wanted to highlight four of these all-year merchants found in the Market Shoppe every weekend (and in some cases during the week). Cedar Hill Farms has been in the
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