Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: BULL CITY CIDERWORKS

Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: BULL CITY CIDERWORKS From Tim: Bull City Ciderworks started in Durham (hence the name) but moved their operations to Lexington, NC and started fermenting apple juice in March of 2016. They’re opening an “Exploratorium” in Durham in 2017. They use premium apple juice and all natural ingredients, like gluten-free yeast, honey, black tea and tart cherries, just to name a few, in their ciders. They have seasonal ciders from Christmas to fall to spring and they have a few mainstays that are always available. We had Ryan and John on The Less Desirables a
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Yours Truly : Consigning the Personal Way

  Yours Truly : Consigning the Personal Way By Timothy G Beeman II Lynn Booker opened her consignment shop, Yours Truly, almost 27 years ago. It was initially a place to help new mothers find clothing for their children. Lynn, had three young children at the time. She started in the Old Town Shopping Center, opening two more locations over time, running them all until her husband was transferred. She continued to operate two of the stores while commuting to and from Wilmington. She spent about 5 years doing that drive, pulling a week’s shift at a time. Time passed
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Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Broadway Stars and the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra

Celebrate New Year’s Eve with Broadway Stars and the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra An Evening to Remember The Tanger Outlets Pops Series presents – Some Enchanted Evening: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Rodgers and Hammerstein! Come and enjoy a New Year’s Eve celebration on Saturday, December 31 at 8:00 p.m. at Westover Church, located at 505 Muirs Chapel Road, Greensboro. Ring in the New Year with the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Nate Beversluis. Husband and wife Broadway soloists Ron Bohmer and Sandra Joseph will perform popular songs from Cats, Phantom of the Opera, South Pacific,
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Eclection openes Breathe Lounge: A Little More Class in Downtown Kernersville

  New York native, Chris Federico, liked the idea of the Indie Flea, a marketplace for artists and artisans to promote and offer up their wares to the general public. She liked it so much she decided to do her own. Chris, who owns Spark Branding, an ad agency, and her husband Jeff, who had his own screen printing business owned a building in downtown Kernersville that they were using for their own businesses. Jeff moved his business to Winston-Salem and that left them with a building to fill. Enter Eclection, the place for the “Indie Flea” that gives the
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