The female body has served as inspiration for artists since time eternal. Photographer Alan Calhoun’s exhibit, Lines d ‘Une Femme’, currently on display at 5IVE & 40RTY Gallery in Winston-Salem, proves that the true beauty of the female form can be wonderfully expressed in simple black and white photographs.
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The women are cast in a warm glow, vessels of dignity and courage — either ancient or timeless, depending on one’s angle of view. They are flawed beings each in their own way, but blessed protagonists in God’s drama.
When Gov. Bev Perdue issued a statement on Jan. 26 that she would not seek re-election, Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines was inundated with e-mails, text messages and phone calls from friends, colleagues and supporters.
One minute she had the keys in her hand, using the fob’s button to pop the lock on her car parked in the drive. The next minute the keys were gone. Way gone. She tore the house apart and put it back together looking for the damn things, to no avail.
Ronnie’s Country Store on the corner on the corner of Cherry and 6th streets in downtown Winston-Salem is closed on this Saturday afternoon, the green-carpeted, sidewalk risers picked clean of produce that morning, the last of the infamous country ham doled out for the day.
Saying goodbye isn't easy, but it's an important part of life. We explore the Bay Area's evolving relationship with the end of life, from Boomer care and Death with Dignity to the "death midwives" movement.