Club Pilates: Fitness for Everyone

Pilates is far from new, but Club Pilates of Winston-Salem is. And, despite the challenges of being a brand new business in a COVID-19 world, Club Pilates is taking the community by storm. But first, what is Pilates? Pilates is an exercise technique that was created by Joseph Pilates. Born in Germany, Joseph Pilates began […]

Taking in the Sunshine: Sunshine Beverage

Winston-Salem is a wonderfully diverse city with big and bold ideas.  And when we have a big idea born right here in our hometown, we get really excited when it enjoys great success!  After all—we are the birthplace of global greats like Krispy Kreme and Texas Pete!  We know that a lot of good things […]

Fire, Tent, and Stars

The most memorable experiences often do not cost thousands of dollars; instead, the success of the event is due to good company, delicious food, and preparedness!   If you love the great outdoors, and find an evening sitting in foldable chairs, observing an open fire below the starry sky, unplugged from technology the ideal getaway, then […]

“In and About” with the Signs of Hope Project in Winston-Salem

BY HEATHER SPIVEY & JOANNA BRITT If you aren’t familiar with the Signs of Hope project in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood in Winston-Salem, then please read Joanna Britt’s story below in her own words. It’s a message of hope and harmony for our community and beyond. I hope it inspires others and comforts many in […]

Hanging Rock State Park

Escape to the Sauratown Mountains for an amazing outdoor experience a mere thirty minutes north of Winston-Salem!  Whether you seek hiking trails or a new adventure, rock climbing, mountain biking, swimming, or camping, Hanging Rock State Park is a destination filled with something for every age to enjoy! Trails Research claims a walk among tall, […]

Truliant Names Forsyth County Community Grant Winners

To provide funds to non-profit organizations more quickly in the face of operating challenges due to COVID-19, Truliant Federal Credit Union recently announced eight Forsyth County organizations will receive Community Mini Grants. The program, now in its twelfth year, provides community-based nonprofit organizations with $1,000 in grant funding to support operating, programmatic or capacity-building needs. […]

Betwixt and Between

BY:  Jeffrey H. Sypole  “Jesus replied, ‘No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for service in the kingdom of God.’”  ~ Luke 9:62 I believe the secret of the power of the Gospel is to be willing to go all the way with the Lord—putting your hand to […]

The View from My Section – A Father’s Perspective A Letter to My Graduate

After performing very well in your on-line education for weeks, I learned that the school board had decided to let the high school Senior Class of 2020 finish their schooling at the end of April this year, because of the serious historic pandemic we’re living through. The reasoning behind their decision was sound, wise, and […]

DIY Gifts for “End of Year” Teacher Gifts

Teachers are responsible for helping our children learn and grow in this crazy world and are infamously underpaid and often under-appreciated. Onset of Covid-19 and e-learning during quarantine will most assuredly bring about a new appreciation for these superheroes who are doing so much for the future of our country. Our school year may have […]

It’s A Grand Life – “June Is Busting Out All Over”

“June is Busting Out All Over” is a song from an old movie but is also appropriate for my article’s title. After months of being told to stay in and distance ourselves when going out for essentials, I am going to assume – and I know the saying about when you assume and what it […]

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