Smitty's Notes / News

Camel City Chat
Camel City Chat interviews Lawren Desi, Founder and Executive Director, a/perture cinema – a indie film art house located in downtown Fourth Street.   Click Here for the interview

Carolina Classic Fair 2021
The 2021 Carolina Classic Fair will return Oct. 1-10, after being canceled by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. For more information click here. Get tickets early to save time & money at the gate! Discount CCF Admission Tickets on sale Aug. 1, 2021!   Post expires on Monday October 11th, …

Innovation Quarter
Innovation Quarter just announced a new master plan for the second major phase of development in the innovation district. Featuring 10 proposed buildings and 2.7 million total square feet, the new phase of development will feature the same mixed-use, ground-level activation found in the existing district. Click here for details

TBJ Leaders in Diversity
In this time of increasing social change and uncertainty, it is more important than ever to recognize leaders who are successfully incorporating authentic diversity and inclusion practices in the workplace. Triad Business Journal is excited to announce this awards program, which seeks to honor the outstanding organizations and outspoken individuals who …

Camel City Chat
Camel City Chat interviews Bobby K. Kimbrough, Jr. Sheriff – Forsyth County. Click Here for the interview  

Lavender and Honey
Lavender and Honey Kitchen’s cinnamon rolls and other sweet treats no longer have to wait till Saturday morning to pick them up at Cobblestone Farmers Market. Now, they can get them five days a week. Lavender and Honey opened its own retail bakery and café Dec. 4 at 401 West …

bitty & beaus coffee
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A new coffee chain called Bitty & Beau’s Coffee is coming to the Triad. This all-inclusive coffee shop employs more than 80 percent of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Amy and Ben Wright founded the shop four years ago in honor of their children, Bitty and Beau, …

Triad Food & Beverage
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Downtowns in several areas of the Triad are changing, and it’s not in ways that will welcome more people. Over the last few months, restaurant owners have walked away from fulfilling careers that made them happy. The pandemic is too tough to fight and too hard to …

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