30th Annual Winston-Salem Jaycees Drive-Thru Holiday Parade

  By Kristen Margo Daukas We are officially in the holiday season and just coming out of Thanksgiving where many families had to cancel or drastically modify their annual gatherings and traditions, if there was ever a year that needed a double dose of comfort and joy, it’s 2020. Normally all of us would be making the tough decisions right now of which holiday party they were going to attend or trying to figure out to make it to two in one night and have all the fun of the season. Making our own lists of shopping that needed to
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Local + Global Creative Collaborators Team Up To Give Back With BTV – Beyond The Virus Gifts To Provide COVID-19 Charitable Contributions

By SUSAN B. B. SCHABACKER Local singer/songwriter/musician + Tea-lation! tea business owner, Susan B. B. Schabacker heartfully encourages her community to support BTV – Beyond The Virus to give gifts that give back this holiday. She is honored to team up with talented locals + internationals in humanitarian efforts to support many devastated by coronavirus.  Susan, along with creative collaborators from around the world,  has been recording her 5th album of original world music. Susan’s collaborators represent our local scene + countries from A (Austria) to Z (Zimbabwe) and many countries in between. “We bring people together to heartfully help,
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Woods of Terror open with safety Guidelines

Wow what a year. COVID-19 has certainly made for a miserable year, but never fear Woods Of Terror is here and we are open. We have been working with our local and state officials and we have some strict guidelines. But thank goodness we are OK. We will be required to wear a mask and we will be required to take everyone’s temperature. We will be social distancing but we will be open. My biggest concern this year is to save Halloween for everybody not just Halloween for the first two weeks of October but save Halloween for everybody all
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Jeffrey Adams – Eight Years of Delighting Triad Diners!

By Kristen Margo Daukas When Jeff Bassett and Adam Andrews opened Jeffrey Adams on Fourth Street in Winston-Salem in October 2012, it quickly became a favorite go-to spot for many diners in the area. Eight years later, and they’re still going strong and slowly getting back to a steady stream of guests after being closed during the close-downs earlier this year. Operating at 50% capacity like other restaurants poses a challenge for all establishments but thanks to things such as The Streatery and college students returning to town, there’s a lot to be smiling about and thankful for. When staff
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