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    How to gerrymander and more at GSO History Museum’s ‘Democracy’ exhibit

    “One of the most important takeaways is the recognition that democracy has always been about conflicting opinions and dialogue and debate and disagreement,” Perkins says.

    Into the darkroom at Sawtooth School for Visual Art

    It takes a few seconds to adjust in the darkroom.As the door shuts, cell phones and other screens are...

    Pop! goes the restaurant: Temporary eateries take over the Triad

    Opening a brand-new restaurant in 2020 is expensive and risky. Pop-ups act as a prophylactic against crushing waves of uncertainty and debt.

    Role reversal: New teen-led ‘Outsiders’ show plays with gender

    SE Hinton’s The Outsiders, written in 1967, is a classic coming-of-age narrative rife with themes of class warfare, masculinity and redemption. And despite its many renditions, a small theater group in Winston-Salem has found a way to infuse the decades-old story with new life.

    Foresight is 2020: Locals use astrology to map the future

    “The goal really truly is that you know yourself more,” astrologist Luke Baker says, “know yourself better.”

    As the decade comes to a close, so does the Tavern At Old Salem

    As the sun sets on downtown Winston-Salem, the fire is just beginning to burn for the last time at the Tavern...

    OPINION

    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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    Four Democratic candidates to face off in primary for Winston-Salem’s East Ward

    Four candidates are vying in the March 3 Democratic primary to fill the East Ward seat that Derwin Montgomery held for nine years.

    Pop! goes the restaurant: Temporary eateries take over the Triad

    Opening a brand-new restaurant in 2020 is expensive and risky. Pop-ups act as a prophylactic against crushing waves of uncertainty and debt.

    Guilford County school board members face primary challengers

    First-term school board members Dianne Bellamy-Small and Byron Gladden each have two primary contenders to face off against come March 3.

    10 restaurants that define Greensboro

    To get to really know a place, you need to eat the food. The way the locals do. If you just landed at PTI...

    EDITORIAL: Daily Tar Heel steps where others can’t, or won’t, tread

    It’s likely that no other UNC-system university newspaper would have the desire or ability to pull off this lawsuit against its own governing body.

    EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: A 6th district for all of us

    Jordan Green and I have been talking politics for 15 years. We’ve both lived in Greensboro...

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    Jordan Green and I have been talking politics for 15 years. We’ve both lived in Greensboro...

    How to gerrymander and more at GSO History Museum’s ‘Democracy’ exhibit

    “One of the most important takeaways is the recognition that democracy has always been about conflicting opinions and dialogue and debate and disagreement,” Perkins says.

    Four Democratic candidates to face off in primary for Winston-Salem’s East Ward

    Four candidates are vying in the March 3 Democratic primary to fill the East Ward seat that Derwin Montgomery held for nine years.

    EDITORIAL: Daily Tar Heel steps where others can’t, or won’t, tread

    It’s likely that no other UNC-system university newspaper would have the desire or ability to pull off this lawsuit against its own governing body.

    Into the darkroom at Sawtooth School for Visual Art

    It takes a few seconds to adjust in the darkroom.As the door shuts, cell phones and other screens are...

    Pop! goes the restaurant: Temporary eateries take over the Triad

    Opening a brand-new restaurant in 2020 is expensive and risky. Pop-ups act as a prophylactic against crushing waves of uncertainty and debt.

    Guilford County school board members face primary challengers

    First-term school board members Dianne Bellamy-Small and Byron Gladden each have two primary contenders to face off against come March 3.

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    Role reversal: New teen-led ‘Outsiders’ show plays with gender

    SE Hinton’s The Outsiders, written in 1967, is a classic coming-of-age narrative rife with themes of class warfare, masculinity and redemption. And despite its many renditions, a small theater group in Winston-Salem has found a way to infuse the decades-old story with new life.

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    Foresight is 2020: Locals use astrology to map the future

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    EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: A 6th district for all of us

    Jordan Green and I have been talking politics for 15 years. We’ve both lived in Greensboro...

    How to gerrymander and more at GSO History Museum’s ‘Democracy’ exhibit

    “One of the most important takeaways is the recognition that democracy has always been about conflicting opinions and dialogue and debate and disagreement,” Perkins says.

    Four Democratic candidates to face off in primary for Winston-Salem’s East Ward

    Four candidates are vying in the March 3 Democratic primary to fill the East Ward seat that Derwin Montgomery held for nine years.

    EDITORIAL: Daily Tar Heel steps where others can’t, or won’t, tread

    It’s likely that no other UNC-system university newspaper would have the desire or ability to pull off this lawsuit against its own governing body.

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