Community Spotlight: Where history was made
Reynolda Historic District maintains its history while evolving as well
by Danielle Jackson
All too often, buildings steeped in history are demolished to make way for new development. But through the combined efforts of Wake Forest University and the Reynolds family legacy, the Reynolda Historic District in Winston-Salem lets history come alive.
Triad Treasure: Botanical splendor
Nonprofit garden proves to be an educational and aesthetic resource
by Heather L. Modlin
While a botanical garden in the Kernersville Historic District is rooted in the Piedmont, its contents are intended not only to expose visitors to local landscapes but also to transport them to other parts of North Carolina and to various regions of the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Out & About: Area Events
June 1-Aug. 18
The Kids Are All Right: An Exhibition About Family and Photography
The Weatherspoon Art Museum at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro will open “The Kids Are All Right: An Exhibition About Family and Photography” June 1. The exhibition, which runs through Aug. 18, features photography and time-based media created over the past decade by established and emerging artists who reveal their current notions of family.
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