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Molly Cavanaugh's family recently gave up all technology for 24 hours. "I’m not going to lie, I was a little nervous going into it. This was an idea I sold as something 'fun' to try," she wrote. "I made promises of playing board games in front of the fire, baking brownies and making crafts, but 14 hours is a lot of awake time to fill."

Greece may be more than 5,000 miles away, but the Greek Festival brings a snapshot of the country’s culture to Winston-Salem’s doorstep each year.

Catherine Chitty wrote to say how much she loved the chicken pasta at Firebirds Wood Fired Grill and how frustrated she has been in trying to …

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Cheerwine isn’t just for drinking. That’s a fact that many Southern bakers know — and it’s one that was demonstrated again on Saturday at the Career Center of the Winston-Salem and Forsyth County Schools.

About five years in the making, the first Texas Pete Culinary Arts Festival will be held Saturday and Sunday in the Downtown Arts District, fe…

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