The Wherehouse Art Hotel has reopened under a new name.
“We have so many people who have lost loved ones because of police brutality, and we’re going to stand with them like they’ve stood with us.”
Tattoos have become therapy for some people 18 months into the pandemic.
Venues across the Triad continue to hear feedback from their patrons about their vaccine policies. Whatever the policies are, said feedback continues to be a mix of grateful and angry.
One North Carolina city is struggling with how to spend their funding.
“In terms of wealth and income, I grew up in abject poverty. I’m the first person in my direct line who’s been building wealth that can hopefully be transferred to the next generation.”
“I’d always hoped to visit Afghanistan someday. I’m 46. You never know, but I’ve kind of given up that dream, but I still hope my son, who’s 15, will be able to visit.”
Javionne Floyd, George Floyd’s son, is making a difference: “I just want to help people. That was what my dad was about, helping people. No amount of money or publicity would make me happy if I wasn’t helping people in my community.”
“As the COVID-19 pandemic wore on, 14-year-old Riley Cassell’s biggest fear became not the virus, but that one of his good friends would die by suicide.“
Few stores have plus-size options that are affordable, well-made, and fashionable. Phyllis Westerlund and Coral Crook are changing the local market.