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Editor's picks

Business Spotlight: The Idiot Box

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings laughter erupts from the basement theater of Geeksboro Coffeehouse and Cinema. Greensboro’s hub for local comedians, The Idiot Box ...
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Hued by a dude: J.J.’s story

J.J. Lossman is like every other 9-year-old. He loves the show, The Backyardigans, he loves to run around half-naked, and he loves going to the ...
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Mayra’s Everything Blueberry Jam debuts at The Claddagh Restaurant ...

Tucked into the side street of East Parrish Avenue in High Point is The Claddagh—a small, yet cozy Irish pub owned by locals Terry and ...
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Business Spotlight: Midtown Cafe & Dessertery celebrates 30 years

Midtown Cafe & Dessertery opened in August of 1987 and has now been a part of the Winston-Salem landscape for 30 years. The front of ...
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Building community through Latin dancing

If you are near the 512 S. Elm St. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings, it is likely that you will hear Latin tunes ...
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A brothel on Elm Street

Boots, Sarah and Eileen don’t look like prostitutes. But that’s who Jean, the 88-year-old woman who has kept their photos for the last eight decades, ...
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State & Main: High Point’s eclectic high-end furniture consignment

Being born into a furniture family in High Point, it was natural for owner of State & Main Vintage and Eclectic Katie Culler to open ...
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Zombies and the professor who teaches them

At Guilford College, the walking dead have been feasting on students who don’t cooperate to defend themselves. This is not a game or a Halloween ...
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UNCSA graduate, filmmaker Brett Haley talks ‘The Hero’

In The Hero, actor Sam Elliott enjoys one of the best roles of his career as Lee Hayden, the faded star of T.V. Westerns, now ...