Nov. 20, 2013 09:58
The way she approached the contest is classic Nikki Miller-Ka. The Triad’s preeminent foodie, inveterate networker and all-media food critic essentially undertook the challenge as a means of getting her expenses paid so she could attend the Food and Wine Conference in Orlando, Fla....
Nov. 20, 2013 09:21
I’ve never met a cupcake I didn’t want to eat. Until now, that is. When it’s time for me to dig into one of the signature cupcakes at Greenbsoro’s Easy Peasy Decadent Dess...
Nov. 13, 2013 09:28
It isn’t difficult to generate a long list of ways to improve downtown Greensboro, and with a renewed interest from city council and several new businesses and projects, the center city ap...
Nov. 13, 2013 09:28
Compare Winston-Salem’s celebrated Restaurant Row on West Fourth Street and Greensboro’s South Elm Street, which seems to be stuck in a continual identity crisis, and most people would give Winston-Salem the edge. Winston-Salem’s Downtown Arts District boasts a long pedigree, while Greensboro’s arts community seems to be playing catch-up....
Nov. 6, 2013 10:35
The defeat of legally sanctioned racial segregation in the 1960s spelled the beginning of the end for Washington Street as the center of black commerce and culture in High Point, as black capital, talent and business enterprise were allowed to flow beyond its confines....
Oct. 30, 2013 10:28
The easiest way for most adults to relate is through Halloween, she points out, the one day of the year that it’s widely acceptable for adults to dress up. Rhyne plans to be X-23 this year — a female clone of Wolverine from X-Men — if she can finish making the wardrobe in time, but costuming is a year-round venture for her....
Oct. 23, 2013 11:01
• Focused on development downtown, at the airport and nano-science. • Pushed strongly for the downtown performing arts center, initially brought up idea for a stricter noise ordinance. • Emphasizes his visionary leadership, energy and ability to bring people together....

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