“We want to give the best damn queer showcase you can give.”
Several journalists came together to compile the 100 most important Triad news stories of the last year.
“A lot of my childhood friends were victims of gun violence. My daughter’s god dad. My best friends at different times of my life. It’s something that’s close to my heart.”
Have you hopped on the Squishmallow train yet?
Winston-Salem’s Triad Abolition Project and Durham’s Prison Books Collective teamed up to get books to people who are incarcerated for the holidays.
Elsewhere returns for their first in-person Extravaganza since COVID began.
“I did a lot of book events before the pandemic and I got a little burnt out on them, but it’s great to do them again.”
Against the backdrop of a major housing shortage, Winston-Salem adds 81 new units.
A&T is the first North Carolina institution and the first HBCU to bring Starship Technology’s food robots to campus.
“Every year on Halloween, my childhood friends and I had to stop at what we called the ‘blow up’ house, a house that put up at least a dozen inflatable ghosts, monsters and vampires twice as tall as we were around their lawn.”