Senor Bravo An Explosion of Culture and Flavor in Downtown Winston-Salem

Senor Bravo: An Explosion of Culture and Flavor in Downtown Winston-Salem When the city of Winston-Salem decided to shut down Business 40 more than a year ago to finally do much-needed repairs and rebuilding of the highway, it wasn’t an unexpected event. The city did its best job to try and educate both citizens and business owners alike on the probable impact it would have on downtown businesses. Residents were provided alternate routes to get into the downtown area and were highly encouraged to frequent the small businesses and restaurants whose livelihood depended on their patronage to survive. With three
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The Tempest: An Island of Music and Magic

The Tempest: An Island of Music and Magic The UNC Greensboro School of Theatre is pleased to present The Tempest, running February 14-16 and 19-22 in the Taylor Theatre. This production of Shakespeare’s comedy sets the play 12 years after World War II. In a world filled with music and magic, Prospera, a powerful sorceress, embarks on her journey to become whole again. Reality meets fantasy as the royal families of Naples and Milan are shipwrecked on a mystical island inhabited by fairies, spirits, and a fish monster.  Prospera conjures up a storm which brings her face to face with
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The Triad Health Project

The Triad Health Project – Beads Bash by Jessica Thompson In regards to one of Greensboro’s exceptional programs, The Triad Health Project is one which started in 1986 providing practical support to those living with HIV/AIDS. I had the pleasure of speaking with Adriana Adams, who is most certainly passionate about her role in the non-profit, community-based organization. What is the Triad Health Project and the part it plays in our community you may ask? The Triad Health Project, also known as THP, (who partners with The United Way), provides free HIV prevention services, free HIV and STI testing, free
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Linnea’s: Fashionable, Plus Size & Regular-Size Clothing to Triad Women for Over 20 Years

Linnea’s: Fashionable, Plus Size & Regular-Size Clothing to Triad Women for Over 20 Years By Rob Ainbinder Clothes Balance Casual and Career with a Bit of Artistic Flair, Focus on Small Batch Designers. From a sales career at News & Record publications to boutique owner, Linnea’s owner Jody Martin has seen a lot. Back in 2000, Jody was working for NC Publications, which was at that time a division of The News and Record and included Triad Style magazine. Jody was an outside sales rep for them and she’d been there nine years. “I was kind of getting burned out.
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