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    Sounds over sights: Triad Stage adapts ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ as a live radio play

    Rather than a straightforward retelling, Triad Stage's rendition brings new life to Bedford Falls by adapting the tale into a live radio play.

    Rose-colored Americana in Reynolda’s Leyendecker exhibit

    As much as Leyendecker’s works shaped American culture, his pieces become a mirror for it, including its ugly side.

    EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: In LoFi, Crafted Street Food becomes Machete

    Chef Kris Fuller, of the Crafted culinary empire, called the meeting, and Tal Blevins, one of the...

    Nik Snacks: Sandwiches who? The real king of fried chicken comes from a skillet

    What people don't know is that the best fried chicken, on a sandwich or not, is skillet-fried chicken.

    From poison to pop: Antique bottle show boasts historical glass pieces

    Most of the time we’re just trying to get rid of them. We look the recycling drop-off...

    The Who’s ‘Tommy’ tells a universal coming-of-age story

    Director Jamie Lawson believes the universal nature of the need to process and express emotional stress makes Tommy’s unusual story accessible.

    OPINION

    EDITORIAL: Reflections on the long, long session

    What stands out the most this year — besides the inordinate length of the session, which went on about four months longer than usual — is the massive stockpile of good bills that got waylaid in favor of bad ones.

    TRIAD CITY BITES

    IN THE WEEDS: Drinksgiving

    Thankfulness has its limits. Sure, it’s great to come back to town for a few days. On Thanksgiving Day though, when the spread...

    IN the WEEDS: Fernet me not

    Fernet is a dark spirit. Bitter, pungent darkness floats in the rocks glass...

    FLASH in the PAN: Liking them jack-o-lantern apples

    For the candy industry, Halloween is like Christmas. The five biggest candy-shopping days of the year...

    Mozzarella Fellas: Traditional Italian, and then some

    Behind every great Italian restaurant, there is an Italian grandmother or two. Brian Ricciardi, chef and owner of...

    DINNER GUEST: Social media no substitute for a restaurant website

    A restaurant is a creative endeavor with a lot of moving parts. It is easy to...

    IN THE WEEDS: Rumours

     I was going to go home. After an opening turn on a Friday...

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    The Neverending Session — 2019 Legislative Roundup

    It's that time of year again. The session is finally over and here are the highlights of what bills our local reps were able — and unable — to pass in this long session. You're welcome!

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    Sounds over sights: Triad Stage adapts ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ as a live radio play

    Rather than a straightforward retelling, Triad Stage's rendition brings new life to Bedford Falls by adapting the tale into a live radio play.

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    Rather than a straightforward retelling, Triad Stage's rendition brings new life to Bedford Falls by adapting the tale into a live radio play.

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    The Neverending Session — 2019 Legislative Roundup

    It's that time of year again. The session is finally over and here are the highlights of what bills our local reps were able — and unable — to pass in this long session. You're welcome!

    EDITORIAL: Reflections on the long, long session

    What stands out the most this year — besides the inordinate length of the session, which went on about four months longer than usual — is the massive stockpile of good bills that got waylaid in favor of bad ones.

    Sounds over sights: Triad Stage adapts ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ as a live radio play

    Rather than a straightforward retelling, Triad Stage's rendition brings new life to Bedford Falls by adapting the tale into a live radio play.

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    As much as Leyendecker’s works shaped American culture, his pieces become a mirror for it, including its ugly side.

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