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Free movie screenings in downtown park

    Free movie screenings in downtown park

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County in collaboration with a/perture cinema and Coffee Park kicked off their “Sunset Flicks” series on Sunday, Oct. 12 with a free screening

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Forsyth Tech settles into 525@vine

    Forsyth Tech settles into 525@vine

(pictured above: Forsyth Tech Small Business Center Director Allan Younger leads a seminar at 525@vine.) Forsyth Tech’s Business & Industry Services Division officially opened Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 525@vine in Wake

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Ambassadors to make downtown cleaner, friendlier

    Ambassadors to make  downtown cleaner, friendlier

(pictured above: Ambassador Kendrick Woods works along Trade Street last week.) The newly-launched Clean Team Ambassador Service is promising a cleaner, safer and friendlier downtown. The Clean Team is an initiative

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Controversial ‘wall’ removed

    Controversial ‘wall’ removed

(Above: The Tate’s ‘wall’ as it looked last week. Part of Wingz and Spirtz’s patio – with the black benches – can also be seen)  Critics say bar tried to

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Start of Something New

    Start of Something New

Ambitious Global United Fellowship brings international ‘Gathering’ to town (pictured above: Global United Fellowship Presiding Bishop Neil C. Ellis (center) stands

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Still Going Strong

    Still Going Strong

King’s boutique has survived downtown for nearly 30 years (pictured above:  Lydia Derr Mary King stands in her shop, Keona’s Boutique.)

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W-S to welcome ‘Moral’ movement

    W-S to welcome ‘Moral’ movement

Rally slated to be held Monday Local agencies are gearing up to help the N.C. NAACP brings its Forward Together

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More Innovation comes to Quarter

    More Innovation comes to Quarter

(pictured above:  The new 525@vine stands behind Wake Forest BioTech Place.) A former R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. factory is now

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Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

    Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

City Shouldn’t be Nanny Later this month, the city will begin hosting a series of Friday evening activities at the

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Editorial: Piece of the Action

    Editorial: Piece of the Action

Recent transplants may be under the impression that downtown Winston-Salem has always been popping. With all of its razzle-dazzle, even

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