NODA Brewing Co. Run Club
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NODA Brewing Co. Run Club

Join NODA Brewing Co. for their Run Club every Wednesday at 6:30 pm.
Foothills Brewery Run Club
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Foothills Brewery Run Club

Join fellow beer lovers for Foothills Run Club, every Wednesday at 6pm at Foothills Brewery located at 638 W 4th St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101. Enjoy a nice cold beverage at Foothills afterwards!
Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas
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Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas

The Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas is an annual All-Star game that benefits the Greenville South Carolina Unit Shriners Hospital and the 21 other Shriners Hospitals across the United States. Since the first game in 1937, over $75 million dollars have been raised for Shriners Hospital.
Lenny Boy Brewing Co. Run Club
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Lenny Boy Brewing Co. Run Club

Join Lenny Boy Brewing Co. for their Run Club every Sunday at 12:00 pm.
2017 Jingle Bell Run
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2017 Jingle Bell Run

Each year The Arthritis Foundation hosts one of the United States’ most loved races: The Jingle Bell Run. Dress up in your most spirited holiday themed outfit and join us in running for a cause.
TedXCharlotte
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TedXCharlotte

Attend the 2017 TedXCharlotte to hear twelve incredible speakers share their thoughts and ideas to the Charlotte community.
Charlotte Roller Girls Upcoming Bouts
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Charlotte Roller Girls Upcoming Bouts

Come support the Charlotte Roller Girls at one of their roller derby bouts this season!
Charlotte High School Football Kickoff Night
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Charlotte High School Football Kickoff Night

Charlotte Kickoff Night is a celebration and the official start of the 2017 football season in Charlotte. Matchups for this year’s event will be announced on May 23rd, 2017
OrthoCarolina Classic
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OrthoCarolina Classic

The 8th Annual OrthoCarolina 10K Classic presented by Performance Therapy- Food Truck and Beer Fest, a running event held in Charlotte, NC on August 19, 2017 is the areas premier 10K running event.
Life After Football: What Happens to the Human Body When the Days of Playing Are Over?

Life After Football: What Happens to the Human Body When the Days of Playing Are Over?

It can be difficult to end a career in any sport for those who are hard-wired to do what they love, but the post-football career can be tough physically as well as mentally.
To the Mountains and Back: 10 Easy Outdoor Day Trips from Winston-Salem

To the Mountains and Back: 10 Easy Outdoor Day Trips from Winston-Salem

Clear your calendar now and finish off a summer full of adventure in the mountains around Winston-Salem with these 10 day trip ideas.
Songs for Your Workout

Songs for Your Workout

When you take a look around the gym or see someone out running, there is a good chance they have headphones on. I mean, it is no coincidence that there are so many workout playlists out there. Think about your own playlist that you put on shuffle when you get your endorphins flowing.
To All Swimmers: Get Faster and Stay Healthier - Cross Train.

To All Swimmers: Get Faster and Stay Healthier - Cross Train.

Swimming is a great lifetime activity. Whether you're a recreational, masters level, triathlete or competitive swimmer, doing some dry land cross training should be an integral part of your regular weekly workout routine. It can be hard to leave the pool for one day and opt for a dry land workout, but there are many benefits that will leave you a better swimmer and with a more well-rounded level of fitness.
Welcome New Physicians

Welcome New Physicians

Michael Bates, MD joins OrthoCarolina University and Todd Irwin, MD joins the OrthoCarolina Foot and Ankle Institute.
100 Years Old, 110% Effort

100 Years Old, 110% Effort

Knee replacement patient still walking, enjoying life at 100 years old.
Bursitis: What Roofers, Plumbers, and Football Players Need to Know

Bursitis: What Roofers, Plumbers, and Football Players Need to Know

For centuries, people with physically demanding occupations have been known to be prone to developing large, swollen knees and elbows, especially after a serious bump or bruise. Originally dubbed “miner’s elbow” and “handmaid’s knee”, these conditions are now known to be varieties of bursitis, the inflammation of a bursa, a fluid-filled sac that limits friction between the skin and a joint such as the knee or elbow.
Gaston and Loeffler honored by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) for their research

Gaston and Loeffler honored by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) for their research

Dr. Glenn Gaston and Dr. Bryan Loeffler were recently honored by the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) for their research on advancements in upper extremity amputee care at the 2017 AAOS Meeting in San Diego, CA.
Soccer Injuries: What to Do

Soccer Injuries: What to Do

Jennifer DeRosa knows all too well about soccer injuries. Jennifer started playing soccer at four years old and battled through injuries from a young age through college, playing Division 1 Soccer at UNC Asheville. Injuries included knee and neck strains, and she even needed anterior compartment surgery to bilateral lower legs.
What You Should Know About MRI

What You Should Know About MRI

X-rays are standard when it comes to photographic images of the human body, but many people are less familiar with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Cadie’s Charlotte Running Story: The Rookie Run ‘N’ Walk

Cadie’s Charlotte Running Story: The Rookie Run ‘N’ Walk

In 2009, a blood clot resulted in the amputation of my left leg above the knee.