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Vintage To Vogue and beyond: Not your average vintage shop

On North Davie Street in downtown Greensboro, there is a little shop on the corner. Vintage to Vogue is immediately recognizable by the vertical mural ...
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The Greatest Homecoming on Earth

It is that time of year again for students and alumni of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University to celebrate the “greatest homecoming on ...
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OUT and about: Winston-Salem film festival celebrates diversity and determination

As October is LGBTQ History Month, so it’s only fitting that the fourth annual “OUT at the Movies” International LGBT Film Festival, which is presented ...
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Woods of Terror owner is two-faced

By: Jim Longworth Eddie McLaurin is two-faced—literally. Just spend an evening at his haunted attraction Woods of Terror and you’ll see what I mean. He ...
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[Business Spotlight] Copper Penny

By: Jessica Clifford Five months ago, the former general manager of Mellow Mushroom took a leap of faith into the world of retail. Margaret Dickerman, ...
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Greensboro Symphony Afterparty at the Carolina Theatre

Photos by YES! Weekly’s newest intern Caleb Choate of Faded Lens Photography
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Eight great things to do in the Triad: Sept. 29-Oct.1

Need something to do this weekend? No worries, YES has got your back! We’ll outline eight great things to do in or around the Triad ...
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A taste of Oregon in the Triad

By: Jessica Clifford The Oregon-based craft brewery, Deschutes, began distributing to all of North Carolina in June. Founder Gary Fish initially opened a pub in ...
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One City, One Book celebrates black women putting white ...

It is hard to fathom these days that the word “computer” once meant a person rather than a machine. What is even harder to fathom ...