High Point

Regional Growth
11:46 am
Tue December 10, 2013

Ignite High Point: City Re-Invents Itself

Downtown High Point
Credit High Point City Project

The City of High Point is in the process of re-inventing itself.

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Regional Growth
7:21 am
Wed October 16, 2013

The Rise and Fall of A Beautiful Suburb

High Point Museum/Kim Mozingo

Kim Mozingo was born and raised in High Point.  She had always wondered about a particular group of buildings in what was called the West End.  And the process of satisfying her curiosity turned into her Masters Degree project. 

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Arts
9:31 am
Mon July 22, 2013

The Art of Cycling Celebrated in This Weekend's High Point Cycling Classic

High Point Cycling Classic

Triad Arts as Broadcast at 8:35am and 5:44pm
This weekend in High Point will be the first time a USA Cycling National Championship has ever come to North Carolina. That’s great news for cycling fans and art enthusiasts. In addition to hosting both the Women’s and Men’s Pro National Criterium Championships, the area surrounding the downtown transportation terminal will come alive with bicycling-inspired art. Theatre Arts Galleries in the High Point Theatre presents "The Bicycle: Art Meets Form", an Invitational Exhibition juried by Green Hill Center’s Edie Carpenter. 
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Furniture
6:32 pm
Thu May 30, 2013

Furniture Makers Regaining Lost Ground in High Point

World's largest chest of drawers in High Point, NC.
Credit By Cmalaspina via Wikimedia Commons

Many business sectors are beginning to bounce back after the recession, including one of the Triad's core industries: furniture. In this week's Business Report, Katie Arcieri, a reporter with The Business Journal, discussed the expansion of Stanley Furniture in High Point with WFDD's Audrey Fannin.

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High Point Development
6:41 pm
Tue May 7, 2013

High Point Residents Invited to Dream Big

High Point residents are invited to share their thoughts about what the city will be in the future.
Credit Lindy676 via WikiMedia

Residents of High Point are being asked to dream big for the future, starting with a series of discussions this week. 

The Miami-based architectural and city planning firm Duany Plater-Zyberk will lead the charrettes that begin Wednesday and run through May 15th. Wendy Fuscoe, Executive Director of The City Project, says the end result will be a master plan that weaves together the downtown showroom district, Uptowne and High Point University.

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