Winston-Salem

Arts & Culture
5:05 am
Fri October 5, 2012

121 Year Old Church Is On The Move

A church from the 1890s is being disassembled and moved to Chapel Hill this month.

For more than 120 years St. Phillips Church has been in Germanton, a small town north of Winston-Salem. Now, the Episcopal Church of the Advocate is bringing it to Chapel Hill. Reverend Lisa Fischbeck says the unconventional move will cost about $250,000.

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State of Things
11:02 am
Fri September 28, 2012

Winston's Foxy Woman

Pam Grier (facebook.com)

Before the 1970s, opportunities for Black women in film were limited. African-American actresses were often relegated to roles as “mammies” or “tragic mulattos.”

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Arts & Culture
5:45 pm
Fri July 13, 2012

Krispy Kreme Celebrates 75 Years

Ron and Kim Schields are spending the year crossing the country in the Krispy Kreme Cruiser.
Leoneda Inge

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is celebrating its 75th birthday today. That perfectly round original glazed doughnut was born in Winston-Salem and that's where its headquarters remains. Leoneda Inge visited Krispy Kreme workers and fans who say the company's longevity is directly related to its family atmosphere and dedication to the Krispy Kreme brand.

Leoneda Inge: Krispy Kreme has been serenaded, mocked, and adored by people all over the world - just check out YouTube.

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Business & Economy
6:30 am
Thu June 28, 2012

Triad Research Park Hires New President

In Winston-Salem a new president has been named to the Piedmont Triad Research Park. Jeff Tiberii has more.

Jeff Tiberii: Eric Tomlinson has been chosen by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to lead the PTRP. Tomlimson has experience as both a scienctist and leader of several start-ups. That was a major draw for the leaders at Wake Forest, including Dr. John McConnell, the CEO of Baptist Medical Center.

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Arts & Culture
10:15 am
Thu June 7, 2012

The dB's Are Back

Db's
Credit www.bar-none.com

The dB's are back. This week, the legendary band releases Falling off the Sky. It's their first studio album in more than 30 years. The dBs began life in the late 70s in New York after growing up in Winston Salem. After several critically acclaimed records, members of the band went their separate ways -- but the music they recorded continued to influence fellow musicians.

State of Things
11:20 am
Wed May 30, 2012

Remembering Doc Watson

www.sugarhillrecords.com

North Carolina music legend Doc Watson died yesterday in Winston-Salem, NC. He was 89. Watson was a guitarist and folk singer, best known for his flat-picking style on the guitar.

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Science & Technology
3:45 am
Tue February 21, 2012

Biotech Facility Opening in Winston-Salem

PTRP.com

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is introducing a Bio Tech facility later today in Winston-Salem.

Jeff Tiberii: What used to be an RJ Reynolds tobacco manufacturing and storage facility will now serve as Wake Forest BioTech place. The 242-thousand square foot facility will house about 450 people by the end of this year. It’s part of the Piedmont triad Research Park. Medical Center V.P. Doug Edgeton says the new site will have research projects in bio-chemistry, pharmacology, physiology, biomedical engineering and micro-biology.

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Politics & Government
8:25 am
Thu January 5, 2012

Rep. Larry Womble Struck Drunk Driver

Winston-Salem Police say one man was drunk driving prior to a fatal car crash involving an elected official last month.

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