July 31, 2013 09:00
Ahandful of bicycle builders were putting finishing touches on displays of their custom-made cycles in the secondfloor gallery at the High Point Theatre on July 25, two days before the men’s and women’s national championship races — high-speed spectacles set among the glitzy showrooms of downtown....
July 17, 2013 10:25
Davis met William Thorpe, a woodworker trained in 17 th century interior styles, at the Penny Path Café and Crepe Shop for lunch some time back. Thorpe said he would put up about $200 for paints and Davis agreed to contribute his labor for free. And the deal was done....
July 10, 2013 08:59
Nakida McDaniel, a community organizer with Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods, was the convener. Johnny Collins, a muralist from Kernersville who works under the name Radio the Artist, would be responsible for executing the project....
June 27, 2013 10:02
He wore a red T-shirt that said, “I brought the awesome. What did you bring?” Mayo pulled out a blank sheet of paper and started sketching a star with a Sharpie, listening and periodically commenting as the collective members discussed an upcoming......
June 12, 2013 09:25
On one wall, a factory door emerges from a cloud. Across the room, a red, metallic flower petal bursts through the canvas. In between the paintings stands a full-scale sculpture of a deer. Directly above it, replica antlers hang from the ceiling on strings....
June 5, 2013 09:26
If you turn left upon entering the Weatherspoon Art Museum’s spacious upstairs gallery, one of the first sets of images you’ll see is David Hilliard’s “Rock Bottom,” a triptych depicting what appears to be a father and son with matching sparrow tattoos on their chests standing navel-deep in a lake, water ebbing between them in the middle panel....
May 29, 2013 09:19
In August 2009, a puppy was found in a Greensboro park, having been abused, set on fire and left for dead. But this courageous canine survived and thrived, thanks to a community outpouring and the love of her owners, Donna and Roy Lawrence....
May 29, 2013 09:19
The exhibit at the Community Arts Café is scattered throughout the building’s basement floor. Most of the pieces adorn the walls of the circular concourse, which leads into a large dining room and small bar area that collectively feature roughly another dozen pieces....

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