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Salem Welcomes the Holidays with Santa’s Arrival and Tree Lighting

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

When you think of the Holiday season, what comes to mind is snow, Santa, and a tree. While we can’t provide snow, Salem Main Streets and the City of Salem invite you to join our community this Friday, Nov. 24th as we celebrate two of our most beloved annual traditions – Santa’s Arrival and the [...]

The Best Ethnic Restaurants in the Triad | Triad Moms on Main | Greensboro, Winston, Burlington, High Point

The Best Ethnic Restaurants in the Triad | Triad Moms on Main | Greensboro, Winston, Burlington, High Point


Triad Moms on Main

By Rachel Hoeing Let me start by saying that I am not a connoisseur on ethnic foods, but we have many readers who fit the bill! I asked our fans for their favorite ethnic restaurants in Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Burlington, High Point and surrounding areas. Thanks to some foodies in our midst, I was able to compile the …

Dusty Keene and partners sign lease for planned GRIT music venue

by Jordan Green @ The NC Triad's altweekly

Dusty Keene has booked a number of acts ranging from Rhiannon Giddens and Bruce Piephoff at Common Grounds Coffee, his coffee shop in Lindley Park, but he’s been scheming for at least a couple years to open a music venue with more capacity. The dream is a little closer to realization since Keene and two […]

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Art: Courtroom Artists

by Amy Tai @ salem – Blender Workspace

Since the Salem witch trials of 1692, over a century before the first photograph was snapped, artists have swiftly rendered sensitive and high-profile proceedings for an eagerly awaiting public. But why, over 300 years later—and in an age where everyone carries a camera in their pocket—do old-fashioned drawings remain the main way we document memorable moments in court?

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End the Week by Finding That Elusive, Unusual Gift

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

Looking for that “last gift” or stocking stuffer? Something really unusual? May we suggest you check out Salem Ma this Friday and Saturday for your holiday shopping needs? Festive Fridays is an on-going December promotion designed to make shopping fit your schedule; many Salem merchants will be keeping their businesses open later on Friday night. [...]

Recreation Billiards

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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With Over 200 Local Storefronts, Salem Captures Spirit of Small Business Saturday

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

Sandwiched between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is the day that small businesses in Salem and all along Main Street USA really look forward to: Small Business Saturday. First observed in the United States on November 27, 2010, it is a day when communities of shoppers are urged to support the convenience of driving or [...]

Harry Kahuna’s Tiki Grill

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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Time to show up: A guide to personal activism

by Salem Weekly @ Salem Weekly News

A new year has begun and many Resolution lists include greater community involvement. That’s as it should be; if a community is to truly be “of the people, by the people and for the people,” its citizens are required to defy the urge to procrastinate – and act. There are many ways to become engaged […]

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Photographer Daniel White rises on light and air

by Lauren Barber @ The NC Triad's altweekly

Sitting in the library during reading time at Welborn Middle School in High Point, a younger Daniel White flipped through pages of National Geographic and outdoorsy magazines, relishing the striking visuals as post-hardcore band Enter Shikari’s latest likely played in his mind’s ear. A few weeks ago, 13 or so years later, White published 80 […]

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A Veteran Speaks of Dismay, Agony, And Living

by baldbil @ Salem Digest

Dying Is Easy, It’s The Living That’s Hard By One Representing Many It sits on the coffee table just waiting for me to use it. Black, cold steel, compact and efficient, it is clean, oiled, and ready to serve  its one purpose. A small box sits alongside holding the second part of this simple and ...

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O’Brien’s Deli

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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Aurora Restaurant and Wine Bar, Upcoming Events on Do617

Aurora Restaurant and Wine Bar, Upcoming Events on Do617


Do617

Check out the upcoming event and concert calendar for Aurora Restaurant and Wine Bar along with detailed artist, ticket and venue information including photos, videos, bios, and address.

Dynamic Dining Destination: Salem Ma During Fall Restaurant Week

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

No more compelling reason to come to Salem Ma in December than the opportunity to dine in any of 17 restaurants offering special prices during  Salem Fall Restaurant Week, Dec. 3-7. From steak to seafood, American to ethnic, there will be something for everyone as Salem offers not just numerous restaurants but different ethnic and [...]

Where Should We Sleep? Salem’s homeless face a universal human need

by Delana Beaton @ Salem Weekly News

Where should we sleep, we the thousand-plus residents of Salem who do not have homes? Our fellow residents do not want us sleeping in their yards, and we do not want to sleep there.  It is cold, and wet, and scary.  They do not want us sleeping in the parks, or the alleys, or in […]

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Vote YES on Measure 101

by SW Editorial Board @ Salem Weekly News

On January 23 Oregonians should deliver a resounding “yes” on Measure 101, which asks voters to support a modest fee of 0.7 percent fee on insurance companies and 1.5 percent on hospitals.  The revenue generated provides the state with funds necessary to leverage billions of federal Medicaid dollars and thereby secure insurance coverage for hundreds […]

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Our Inspiration


Soall Bistro

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Binh Minh - Locally owned Vietnamese restaurant in Greensboro

Binh Minh - Locally owned Vietnamese restaurant in Greensboro


Eat Local Triad

From the beautiful green decor to the smells of Asian fare, when you enter Binh Minh Vietnamese Restaurant you know you’re in for a treat.

City-subsidized restaurant delivers tasty and healthy soul food

by Lauren Barber @ The NC Triad's altweekly

A 15-minute drive north of downtown Winston-Salem will take you out where Taste of the Triad, a family-style cafeteria, serves traditional Southern comfort cuisine in the Ogburn Station neighborhood. A colorful mural by Dwayne Howell depicting a lively community meal greeted my partner, Devon, and me to our right. To the left, a brief hallway […]

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Salem’s So Sweet Chocolate & Ice Sculpture Festival Turns Sweet 16

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

Hard to believe that such a simple idea 16 years ago, to have a gathering in Salem in the cold of winter that would warm the hearts of residents, friends, and local merchants, has blossomed into a major North Shore event. It is with a happy heart that Salem Main Streets, along with the Salem [...]

Guide to Dining in Salem - 1859 Magazine

Guide to Dining in Salem - 1859 Magazine


1859 Oregon's Magazine

While Portland is often seen as Oregon’s food hub, a growing number of restaurants in Salem are quietly and quickly shaping the state’s capital into an alluring culinary destination.

Miss Ora’s Kitchen

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Kremlin rejects talks of boycotting the Olympics — for now

Kremlin rejects talks of boycotting the Olympics — for now

by Alexander Nemenov @ www.journalnow.com - RSS Results

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives to meet Argentinian President Mauricio Macri prior to their talks in the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. (Alexander Nemenov/Pool Photo via AP)

Aurora Vietnamese American Restaurant & Bar

Aurora Vietnamese American Restaurant & Bar


Yahoo Local

Find Aurora Vietnamese American Restaurant & Bar in Salem with Address, Phone number from Yahoo US Local. Includes Aurora Vietnamese American Restaurant & Bar Reviews, maps & directions to Aurora Vietnamese American Restaurant & Bar in Salem and more from Yahoo US Local

Phillips Library Collection – A Part Of The Heritage Of Salem

by baldbil @ Salem Digest

  The Issue For The PEM Is TRUST by William Legault This is the time of year when the words of Charles Dickens are often cited. Today I find that two quotes, one each from two of his books are relevant. First is the opening line from A Tale of Two Cities. “It was the ...

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Notch

by toddstacy @ Salem Digest

Salem first independent brewery specializes in session beers. Inspired by the great beers of Europe, it is a great and communal spot to relax with friends and meet new friends over a great, local beer.

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Closing: Refuge, A Mano, & Sunrise Restaurant

Closing: Refuge, A Mano, & Sunrise Restaurant


Eater Boston

Recent and impending restaurant closures around Boston

Twin City Slice

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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Election Eve Thoughts – We Are Better Than This

by baldbil @ Salem Digest

Despite Differences We Must Be One Salem By William Legault   Tomorrow we go to the polls. This has been an fascinating, contentious, and frequently ugly political year. 20 candidates all stood on the ballot during the September preliminary election. Initially we had five announced mayoral hopefuls. Two of them never actually followed through by ...

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Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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The New World Of Retail Pot Is Here

by baldbil @ Salem Digest

The City Council and Planning Board Have Started the Process Where Will The businesses Be Located? By William Legault   Last year the voters of Salem voted to approve the legalization of recreational marijuana.  60% of those who cast a ballot voted yes.  I was not one of them.  As a City Councillor and as ...

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Cornucopia of Delights for Your Thanksgiving Table at Salem Winter Market

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

Whether you are again cooking the Turkey bird yourself, or buying a pre-cooked one from a grocery store, or just going to grandma’s house for Thanksgiving, we’ve got a suggestion on how to make it a fresh experience. The Salem Winter Market takes place this Saturday, Nov. 18th from 1-5pm at the Witch City Mall [...]

SUNDAY AFTERNOON CHAMBER MUSIC

by Salem Weekly @ Salem Weekly News

Camerata Musica, the Chamber music society of the Mid-Willamette Valley is presenting a stirring and vivacious free chamber music concert this month. The January 28 concert will feature James Shields on the clarinet, Kenji Bunch on the viola and Monica Ohuchi on piano. This will be Shields first appearance with Camerata Musica. Among other pieces, […]

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Festive Fridays in Salem for Your Holiday Shopping Needs

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

How much do you plan to spend on holiday gifts in 2017? The average for shoppers around the USA is approx. $983 according to the American Research Group, Inc which has been polling people every year since 1985. Nearly $1000 for the kids, spouse, family and friends. And if Black Friday, Small Biz Saturday and [...]

Richard Wilbur: Dervish and Poet

by R.S. Stewart @ Salem Weekly News

Commentary by R.S. Stewart One of the pleasurable highpoints of my writing life was receiving a personal letter from Richard Wilbur dated September 12, 1988, from Cummington, Massachusetts, in response to a packet of poems I had sent him a week earlier. In the letter Wilbur calls himself a cautionary “seasoned reader” who found my […]

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Far From The Tree

by toddstacy @ Salem Digest

Far From The Tree brings good old New England cider to Salem including thyme, sage, rosemary, pineapple, jalapeno, strawberries and other ingredients to create unique blends for every taste bud.  Check out their tasting room at 108 jackson St. in Salem.

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Mozzarella Fellas

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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Okea Sushi & Grill

by toddstacy @ Salem Digest

Okea Grill & Sushi is every bit as great as it was at its original location if not better!

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Saigon Restaurant, Salem

Saigon Restaurant, Salem


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Saigon Restaurant - View the menu for Saigon Restaurant as well as maps, restaurant reviews for Saigon Restaurant and other restaurants in Salem, OR and Salem.

King Of The Mic Junior. Thursday, January 18th and 25th, 5pm at Shotskis.

by Julie Eaton @ Salem Weekly News

Gregg Simpson has been bringing the hip hop competition, King of the Mic to Salem for a couple years now. They’ve been so successful and so well-received, he’s opened it up to the littles. This is a spittin’ bars competition with a $200 grand prize. The first round on January 11th featured Lil’ Boat, Cody […]

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LAUNCH! Is Back to Help Salem Residents & Friends Ring in New Year

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

The family-friendly count down to the New Year, known as LAUNCH! is gearing up for a great party in Salem, this Sunday, Dec. 31 from 4 pm to 6 pm at Old Town Hall on Derby Square. Programming will include hat making, face painting, a photo booth, and more!  There will be an early countdown [...]

Winston-Salem Restaurants | MyWinston-Salem.com

Winston-Salem Restaurants | MyWinston-Salem.com


MyWinston-Salem.com

Trying to figure out where to eat tonight? Here's a comprehensive, up-to-date list of all your locally-owned options by cuisine type in Winston-Salem...

The Women of Winston-Salem’s Dining Scene |

The Women of Winston-Salem’s Dining Scene |


InsideChic

We explore the booming, female-led, dining scene in one of America's great small cities.

Minzu Sushi

by toddstacy @ Salem Digest

Minzu Sushi located on Canal St is unique in that in literally on serves Sushi!  The creativity is ever present in the quality and presentation in everything you order.

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Local Profile: Brandon Udey

by Salem Weekly @ Salem Weekly News

By Ari Andrade I first met Brandon Udey in Vancouver, Washington, when he was opening up for the the Bay Area West Coast legendary rapper, Rappin 4-Tay. A Stayton native, Brandon or “Udey” as is his stage name, first came onto the Salem scene by bringing the certified platinum selling star, Lil Flip from Houston,Texas. […]

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Salem Wants Your Reactions to Recent “Haunted Happenings” Halloween Celebration

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

Everybody has an opinion although sometimes people don’t want to hear yours. But we do when it comes to reactions, comments, criticism, and suggestions about Haunted Happenings in Salem Ma. Gone but not forgotten, our month-long celebration of Halloween (and all things spooky) doesn’t just happen by itself. It takes a lot of planning by [...]

Thursdays at HonkyTonk Bar & Grill. 8pm.

by Julie Eaton @ Salem Weekly News

HonkyTonk Bar & Grill is a relatively new country venue in Salem, where Duffy’s Hangar used to be on McGilchrist. So far, so good. They’ve been hosting country music every weekend for over a year now, and now they’ve opened up a recurring event on Thursdays, hosted by Country Wide’s lead guitarist, Tim Neff. Every […]

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What the pho? Finding underrated Vietnamese chow | The NC Triad's altweekly

What the pho? Finding underrated Vietnamese chow | The NC Triad's altweekly


The NC Triad's altweekly

by Eric Ginsburg The phenomenon of restaurants that serve excellent international cuisine inside of grocery stores isn’t limited to Winston-Salem. Most of the restaurants by Super G, Greensboro’s premier international market, flank the grocery store’s sides: a Korean restaurant, a Chinese food court and, until relatively recently, Mongolian, Peruvian and Salvadoran restaurants. But like the …

Holiday Window Contest Showcases Downtown District Creativity

by Anthony @ Salem Main Streets

Windows in Salem Ma are more than things to look through. During the December (and into January) holiday season they are canvases to look upon! For our annual Holiday Window Contest over 30 Downtown District merchants decorated their windows with scenes of the season. Creativity abounded. And our judges, as always, had a difficult time [...]

18 Malaysia | Malaysian Cuisine | Winston-Salem NC

18 Malaysia | Malaysian Cuisine | Winston-Salem NC


Winston-Salem Journal

18 Malaysia is a Winston-Salem restaurant serving delicious Malaysian cuisine.   Malaysia Lemongrass Pork 18 Malaysia has opened in Harper Hill Commons shopping center off Country Club Road in the

Loftän (Eugene), Rebecca McDade, and Chromatic Colors. Friday, January 26th, 9pm at The Space Concert Club

by Julie Eaton @ Salem Weekly News

“Loftän is a female singer-songwriter duo. Janell Riedl, an Oregon native, and Julia Mahncke, a recent transplant from Germany, write songs together as if they grew up in the same neighborhood and not on different sides of the atlantic. Their original music will make you want to hug someone, their banter will make you want […]

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GOSPEL-JAZZ JAM SESSIONS

by Salem Weekly @ Salem Weekly News

This spring the Pauline Memorial A.M.E Zion Church is presenting three stirring gospel-jazz sessions. Sessions are free and all are invited. The events, on three different “4th Sundays” will feature both music and song with Oregon-based singers and musicians.  “This is great music,” says congregant Bennie Yows. “Everybody should come out.” For questions about the […]

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Say Hello To Aurora Vietnamese Cuisine At One Barton Square » Salem Digest

Say Hello To Aurora Vietnamese Cuisine At One Barton Square » Salem Digest


Salem Digest

Finally Pho Has Returned To Salem By The BaldOne Every once in a while, when the opportunity presents itself, we like to do something that is a little different than a straight up review. This helps to keep it interesting for you the reader, and gives us an opportunity to reward some of our SalemFoodi ...

The Weekender: Abundance Edition

by Lauren Barber @ The NC Triad's altweekly

In the dead of winter, folks across the Triad are reminding us, however tacitly, of the abundance available to us all, whether literally at winter farmers markets like Cobblestone’s or through opportunities for deepening social connection. Below, you’ll find brunches of interest, restaurant openings, tea workshops and potlucks, among a wide-range of cultural, political and sporting events. Take a look — you […]

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EAT, COOK AND SHOP VIETNAMESE - Salem Weekly News

EAT, COOK AND SHOP VIETNAMESE - Salem Weekly News


Salem Weekly News

Salem offers many options for experiencing this culture There’s nothing quite like walking into a restaurant and being treated like a family member. This is an experience you’re likely to have at Salem’s Vietnamese restaurants, Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant and Kim Huong. These two family-owned restaurants make it possible for people of all cultures to enjoy …

BonChon Restaurant, Salem, MA

BonChon Restaurant, Salem, MA


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Bonchon is a franchise, specialized in Korean-style fried chicken with a variety of savory Asian fusion dishes and Korean specialties.

A flurry of exchanges, protests: What's next for Koreas?

A flurry of exchanges, protests: What's next for Koreas?

by By HYUNG-JIN KIM Associated Press @ www.journalnow.com - RSS Results

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean activists tore photos of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Wednesday, a day after the North warned such actions could derail reconciliation efforts around next month's Winter Olympics in the South.

New Romantic Restaurants Around Oregon

by 1859 Oregon's Magazine @ 1859 Oregon's Magazine

There are new romantic restaurants all around Oregon that are perfect for Valentine's Day fun.

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Deacon Giles

by toddstacy @ Salem Digest

Deacon Giles brings back a nostalgic industry of sipping spirits in modern environment.  Their mission starts with no rules to determine the creativity behind the infusion of the spirits they distill in Salem.

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Trade Street Diner

by frank@graffitiads.com @ Eat Local Triad

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Major Magleashe’s

by toddstacy @ Salem Digest

Since 1974 the Major and his team have been providing burgers, steak tips, great cocktails and cold beer to Salem and it's visitors. Tell Phil and Flash we said hello.

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