March 12, 2014 11:10
“I don’t come from a theater family. Acting was something that was born inside of me. Acting gives me a chance to express the creative side of me. I’ve always loved telling stories and making people listen. It lets me explore different aspects of my personality....
March 7, 2014 11:20
“We take our craft and artistic abilities seriously in our daily performance,” said Angela McClure, who co-owns the salon with Ali Pucilowski. “That mantra is also what pushed us to not only take part in First Friday, but specifically to take part in the Female Artist Collective event.”...
Feb. 26, 2014 09:45
A local musician who goes by Nechelle C-P has been making sounds for a while. She says she plays “anything that makes noise.” After responding to a Craigslist ad titled “Real music please, anybody? Good drummers need good musicians,” C-P got involved with Zen Martial Arts Collective, a group of local musicians with an “impromptu” style....
Feb. 19, 2014 10:05
Frenchy Kitchen has not stayed in one place for long. Her journey stems from customer service representative to executive assistant. Through the road she is traveling, she seems to have stopped at a spot where her creativity flourishes....
Feb. 12, 2014 09:30
“It has been a punch line among theater professionals for years,” Morgan said. “The authors have recently returned to the script and it is now... much stronger. Carrie is really not a horror story; it is about a teenager trying to be accepted. This is something we can all relate to....
Feb. 5, 2014 09:52
After a three-month search, Eric Calhoun, chairman of the Greensboro Farmers Market Inc. (GFM), the community-based non-profit that manages the market, had this to say : “She is dedicated to the localism movement, and her experience in developing......
Jan. 29, 2014 12:24
When he’s not at the Barn Dinner Theatre, he performs for different elementary schools, churches and daycares all over the state with Storybook Theatre. He also performs with a local band called the Mixx.....
Jan. 22, 2014 10:44
Picture the cliché of an artsy student in high school, the one who takes as many arts classes as possible to avoid all other subjects. That was Kat Jackson, and she hasn’t strayed far. With an ingrained appreciation for craft and handmade things from her mother, Jackson pursued art after high school, attending UNCG to study art education....
Jan. 15, 2014 10:16
Erik Stephens and friend Johnny Smrdel are the driving force behind Centennial Trading Company, a Winston- Salem-based textile company that specializes in making traditional men’s work wear. The goal of the enterprise, which is just a few years old, is to draw on the area’s textile traditions and produce quality garments made in-state....
Jan. 8, 2014 10:15
More than two years have passed since Tiffany Kallam set to work trying to actualize her vision, and on Jan. 27, it will all be worth it. The date marks the beginning of the semester for a cohort of 15 men who, until now, lacked college access....

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