July 30, 2014 - 11:17
Brothers Moses and Ceasar Cone started Revolution Mill in the 1890s after realizing that it would be easier to process the raw materials needed to make denim and other textiles closer to where the cotton was grown. Cone Mills operated the building until 1982....
July 30, 2014 - 11:17
McGinn is fusing the arts of visual, verbal and written storytelling with her Postcards from the Swamp series. The project is a new song and story series about The Great Dismal Swamp, a natural treasure of North Carolina, that’s told through photographs, well-chosen words and a mix of gospel, blues and soul....
July 30, 2014 - 11:17
David and Victoria Bennett have crafted a variety of glass products since they met in college. The bird statue at left honors ancient figures throughout history and the work at the right entitled “Harmony of Bees” was inspired by a quote from Albert Einstein....
July 30, 2014 - 11:17
“I’m passionate for bikes and cycling,” said Holt. “I started riding bikes in the early 90s. I started mountain biking on the trails here in Greensboro. Back then there was just a few miles of trail. Now there’s 50 plus miles of single track mountain bike trail or paved Greenway....
July 30, 2014 - 11:17
Chris McCracken’s restaurant in downtown Greensboro has been through a few transitions. He began with The Creamery in March, which served over a dozen different flavors from Maple View Farm’s ice cream. He then opened Grass-Fed Burgers at 310 S. Elm Street....

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