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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE—TRIAD NC | VOLUME 16—ISSUE 2 44 WINSTON-SALEM festivals. Children get play therapy at the interactive Children's Museum, adults admire art in the Reynolda House Museum of American Art and all ages gravitate to the South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art with its modern take on art. The Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University is North Carolina's only museum dedicated to global cultures. Live performances wow audiences at the Stevens Center, Milton Rhodes Arts Center and Hanes Brand Theater. At the famed "Juilliard of the South," the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, audiences get the first look at students who graduate to become nationally known actors. Each spring, UNCSA is also home to RiverRun International Film Festival, a regional festival with national recognition. In the fall, literacy takes the center stage when Bookmarks Festival of Books brings nationally known authors like John Grisham, Ron Rash and others. In 2018, Pulitzer Prize winner Rick Bragg entertained a rapt audience with tales of Southern cooking highlighted in his recent book, "The Best Cook in the World." Memories of government cheese, hard times and country cooking filled the room along with Bragg's downhome humor. At the Reynolda House Museum of Modern Art, art lovers see exhibits such as Ansel Adams, Georgia O'Keefe and other renowned artists. In 2019, works of art from nearly every major American artist of the first half of the 20th century will be on view with the "Hopper to Pollock" exhibit showcasing paintings and drawings by celebrated American artists including Edward Hopper, Jackson Pollock and others. The exhibition opens February 2019 and will be on view through May 13. For another a slice of the past, history lovers head to Old Salem where the city's Moravian roots are in vivid display. Walk on cobblestone streets and see costumed interpreters reenact trades of the past. Old Salem is the location of one of the nation's first breweries. Eating and drinking well is never a problem in the arts minded city. Locally owned restaurants serve up downhome Southern, New American cuisine, Italian and more in casual to formal settings. On the foodie bucket list are: Willow's Bistro, Mary's Diner, Sweet Potatoes, Spring House Restaurant Kitchen and Bar, Milner Brothers and Quanto Basta Italian Eatery & Wine Bar. For a local meal served up with style and sustainable practices, head to Willow's Bistro. Chef Travis Myers, voted Chef of the Year by the North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association in 2018, believes in using local>> ingredients as much as possible. Myers won the Buy Live Laugh Love Sell Sheila Mays Broker, REALTOR 336-240-1858 sheila@maysgibson.com Carrie Gibson Broker, REALTOR 336-813-8605 carrie@maysgibson.co m Visit MaysGibson.com Considering Moving ? Winston-Salem Lewisville Advance Bermuda Run Clemmons Pfafftown Kernersville Mocksville SOL D

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