Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques Selling Your Estate the Right Way

Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques Selling Your Estate the Right Way By Timothy G. Beeman II Larry Laster and his son Ryan opened Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques on Stratford Road in July 2011. Laster’s have made a name in the estate settlement business by working with attorneys, executors, administrators, heirs, individuals and families in whatever services they need to implement the task. Considering being open for only six years, however, the Lasters aren’t new to the business. Larry has been selling antiques since 1973. He had interests in furniture design and planned on going to school to act on
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Featured Artist: Kelly Pollard Acrylic Paint Artist at Carolina Greene Marketplace

Featured Artist: Kelly Pollard Acrylic Paint Artist By Gary Jacques Kelly Pollard, an interior designer in Memphis for 17 years, has found a home for her paintings at Carolina Greene Marketplace in Greensboro. Kelly developed her craft by fulfilling a need for interesting and unique art for her clients.  She first started selling her paintings to clients at her Memphis design store, and grew her business from there. Her art is whimsical and fun.  Kelly describes her paintings as “perfectly imperfect.” Self-taught, she focuses on Southern subjects such as churches, barns, and flowers. She paints with a pallet knife technique,
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National Recording Artists to Headline 2017 Gears & Guitars Weekend Concludes with Free Concert on Memorial Day at Bailey Park

National Recording Artists to Headline 2017 Gears & Guitars Weekend Concludes with Free Concert on Memorial Day at Bailey Park This spring’s Gears & Guitars music festival – a series of concerts performed in conjunction with the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic – will take place May 26-29.  All the concerts will be at Bailey Park in downtown Winston-Salem and will conclude with a free Memorial Day performance on Monday, May 29. Gears & Guitars kicks off on Friday, May 26 featuring three country music performances:  Eric Dodd, Muscadine Bloodline (noted by Rolling Stone as one of the “New Country Artists to
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Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: New Belgium’s Dayblazer Easygoing Ale

New Belgium’s Dayblazer Easygoing Ale From Tim: Ever since New Belgium opened shop in Asheville, they’ve been flooding the market here in the Triad with one great brew after the other. This week, we’re doing something a bit out of the norm for New Belgium, and well, me, too. The Dayblazer Easygoing Ale is New Belgium’s answer to light beer. It has a light golden color that looks like a wheat field flowing in the distance. The taste is very light but surprisingly flavorful. You get hints of wheat, malt, hops and oddly enough, honey. It really is a near-perfect
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