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The Poetry Café: Feeding mind, body and soul for 11 years

Eleven years after a grant from the United Arts Council, Josephus Thompson III’s Poetry Café is thriving.

Winston-Salem Light Project highlights history of gentrification and urban renewal in...

It doesn’t look like it was supposed to. While the structure and the shape is the same, the...

EDITORIAL: Tax cut, or no?

Trump’s signature tax cut — not to be confused with his signature, wall-based immigration policy, or his signature gold toilet — has finally settled on the American people as Tax Day came and went. And the reviews are mixed.

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: By invite only

I’ve been crashing VIP parties for decades, since before I was a journalist even. It’s easy: Sometimes you dress like you work there. Sometimes you act like you belong there. Sometimes you ensconce yourself in the thick of a moving crowd and glide past security.

THE WEEKENDER

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The Weekender: Bert & Ernie Edition

Decades-long controversy surrounding the sexual orientation of these beloved — or, for some, loathsome — roommates came to a boil once again yesterday. Aja Romano...

From the Cover

Wake students demand ‘zero tolerance’ for white supremacy at speak-out

Antiracist students at Wake Forest University, backed by faculty members and community allies,...

A win for Gateway parents, board of commissioners to consider funding to renovate school

The Guilford County Commission voted to delay the passage of funding for new career technical education programs after parents of students of a public school for children with disabilities spoke out this week.

The Poetry Café: Feeding mind, body and soul for 11 years

Eleven years after a grant from the United Arts Council, Josephus Thompson III’s Poetry Café is thriving.

Winston-Salem Light Project highlights history of gentrification and urban renewal in city

It doesn’t look like it was supposed to. While...

Sonder Mind & Body provides a wellness escape in downtown Greensboro

Sonder Mind & Body, and the Well Café & Juice Bar connected to it, opened almost a year ago on South Elm Street. The dual businesses combine de-stressing strategies and allergen-conscious food under one roof.
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