Models Akon Adichol, Karima Dorsey and Josie Myers model trendy new swim attire to inspire your look for summer with items from Omega Sports.
Enjoy celebrating the holiday’s with a bottle of Yuletide brew.
Local sculptor Michiel VanderSommen talks to 1808 about what inspires him to sculpt.
Matching the right beer with your cuisine can lead to fun and inventive new pairings like this local IPA and pad thai.
Linda Walbridge is the volunteer beekeeper at the Greensboro Science Center. The brightly painted hives provide a home to local bees.
Joymongers is among the latest in local breweries to open its doors in Greensboro, located on North Eugene Street, the taps are connected to a wide variety of beers sure to quench the thirst of any palate.
It’s summertime in Greensboro and we’ve spoken to several locals who share their favorite ways to keep cool and enjoy the season. Aiden Motley, 10, shares how he and his twin brother, Adae, love to go swimming in their neighborhood pool.
Lightly salted sweet potato chips offer a savory, crunchy alternative way to cook and serve this vegetable.
Emily Miller uses an angle grinder to cut metal and to sand pieces down. When applied to a piece of metal it causes a shower of sparks. Miller is one of the teaches at The Forge, a creative space where members can have access to a wide variety of tools and classes. Miller teaches a class on welding with on class being specifically taught for women who want to learn how to weld.
If you are looking to gift a bottle of award-winning North Carolina wine this holiday season, be sure to read columnist Ed William’s suggestions on the best wine to have under the tree this year.
Eric Smith of Amos Welding pauses from working in his shop in Reidsville to talk about what it has meant to work in the community and be a part of his local Chamber of Commerce.
Gladys Adekanle hauls a wheelbarrow full of mulch back to the garden beds that she and her husband have filled with vegetables and herbs at the Mixed Greens Community Garden.
Spicy Po’Boy made with fried shrimp, pickled cabbage, cilantro, lettuce and siracha mayo served with a side salad at Bites and Pints in Greensboro.
Princess Johnson, founding director Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet in Greensboro talks about what inspires her to dance.
Local musician Martha Bassett shares with 1808 what inspires her love of singing and playing music.
The Greensboro Solstice Festival is full of wings, magic and wonder for those looking to celebrate the season in a uniquely festive way.
Gibb’s Hundred “Whirligig” Imperial Berliner Weisse goes well with wedges of ripe tomato, peeled, seeded and smashed cucumbers, tamari, red wine vinegar and black pepper.
Lindsey Sprague and Pam Cooper model 1950’s and 1960’s clothing and accessories that are some of the items sold at Revision Vintage in Greensboro.
Princess Johnson, founding director Royal Expressions Contemporary Ballet laughs as she winds down from dancing in her studio.
Leveneleven’s co-brewers Derrick Flippin and Dan Morgan proved their beer brewing know-how through competitive brewing. Now visitors can taste their success at newly opened Leveneleven brewery in Greensboro.
Kitchen Sink Tots made with tater tots, beer cheese, queso fresco, pepper jack cheese, jalapeños, cilantro, diced tomatoes, scallions and lime sour cream at Bites and Pints.
GIA: Drink.Eat.Listen owner Nino Giaimo shares how he got into the business of making craft cocktails and serving up a wide variety of tapas.
1808 beer columnist Christi Edwards recommends pairing Weyerbacher’s Riserva with dark chocolate and raspberries.
Jake Assaf, owner of Rioja! A Wine Bar, and Stacey Land, general manager of 1618 Midtown, celebrate after receiving their sommelier certification.