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Double Take

For those who don’t know, I have a twin brother named Richard. We were born exactly a minute apart on March 15 in Forsyth Hospital, and we've basically been a team ever since.

Spin City: Exploring Winston-Salem's cycling culture

In honor of National Bike Month in May, we’re exploring Winston-Salem’s cycling culture. Learn why biking is on such a roll here lately—and why there’s still work to be done.

HISTORY MAKERS: Harold L. Nicholas

Recognized as one of the greatest dancers in American history, Harold Nicholas spent much of his life performing for celebrities, dignitaries, and presidents all over the world. 

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Living Legends

In honor of National Historic Preservation Month, we’re touring two adjacent landmarks that share a genealogical past.

A New Season for Noble's

Restaurateur Jim Noble eyes the future as his signature restaurant, Noble’s Grille, transitions to Rooster’s Wood-Fired Kitchen.

The Wine-ification of Beer

Craft beer continues to expand and evolve—and, in some ways, mirror the wine industry.


The new hybrid sport FootGolf is a combination of soccer, golf, and awesomeness.

Gettin' Muddy

This month marks the one-year anniversary of Muddy Creek Music Hall, which has quickly become one of the city’s top venues for live music.

Jim Matthews

“I have a friend the size of a car, but he’s gentle as a zephyr with kids." That’s how musician Jim Matthews begins “Walk On,” a song he wrote to tell the story of Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center, where he volunteers.

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May 2016

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