June 5, 2013 09:25
Each year, the Library of Congress sends a carefully chosen group of K-12 educators to attend one of five teacher institutes in Washington DC. They select from schools of differentiating means and populations to work with primary sources....
May 29, 2013 09:19
“Whether it be starting a record co-op, writing for music magazines [or] my blog, or working as a program director for a radio station; it’s all about the music all day everyday,” Bonney said. “Luckily enough I’ve been able to have jobs that are all about music....
May 22, 2013 09:17
As she sells her modern handmade tableware, Emery knows learning more about her craft can only strengthen her foothold in her profession. Even with her recent successes, she continues to try and finish school at Guilford College while running her business....
May 15, 2013 08:53
Joyner knew she had something special. “I thought, I have got to implement this on my bus.” Joyner went to Jamestown Elementary School administration and asked to start a program where older children read to younger ones on the way to school. After approval, she gave the students the option of involvement in January....
May 8, 2013 09:18
Kathleen Block solves problems with clay. Her fledgling business, Clay by K-Block, has found her with a diverse clientele with an equally diverse set of problems. The situation is perfect for Block, considering the beginning of her business.....
May 1, 2013 05:47
Caitlin Rhyne leads a double life. By day she’s a mild-mannered costume designer who dresses up like superheores and supervillains. By night... well, she’s a she’s a mild-mannered costume designer who dresses up like superheores and supervillains.....
April 24, 2013 10:22
Employing five artists, two piercers and a permanent make-up artist, Tried & True and Spainhour do not believe in “pick-and-pop” tattooing. Spainhour’s years of experience at several shops in the area gave him a feel for what serious tattoo lovers want....
April 17, 2013 09:53
Brandon Earl’s life in golf started early. He began teaching in high school before working at Prestonwood Country Club as a PGA Class A professional in 2008. Earl has had plenty of time to notice the flaws in the teaching system, so he started A Better Way to Golf in 2011....
April 10, 2013 09:52
Normal high school students might describe their lives as tedious. Most high school students are not expecting to make six figures this year. Jack Hoskins’ JK2 Designs started last January as a way for Hoskins to show off his appmaking skills. “We focus mainly on iOS development, but we’ve done a lot with Android apps as well,” Hoskins said....
April 3, 2013 08:45
Caitlin Sullivan knows how you feel. She sells glasses, sure, but she knows how uncomfortable buying them can be. At Oscar Oglethorpe, downtown Greensboro’s newest location for stylish vision correction, she has tried to change the way the process works....

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