Harper’s Restaurant 20 Years of Good Food, Hospitality, and Community Involvement

Harper’s Restaurant 20 Years of Good Food, Hospitality, and Community Involvement By Gary Jacques Harper’s Restaurant, located at 601 Friendly Road in Greensboro (Friendly Center), offers guests a casual dining experience featuring an American-style menu. There is something for everyone –from wood-fired specialties to fresh seafood, Carolina BBQ, bountiful salads, desserts, and much more. “Our culinary focus at Harper’s is to make everything from scratch, using only the freshest ingredients possible, delivered from the finest local farmers and purveyors,” says Proprietor Mark Sienko. “Our eggs, for example, are locally sourced from Massy Creek Farms and we get Climax Red Tomatoes
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Featured Local Artist: John Raines at Fourth and Trade

  Featured Local Artist: John Raines at Fourth and Trade After 40 years as a commercial advertising photographer, John Raines with his wife Suzanne opened Fourth and Trade as a venue for his photography, painting and sculpture efforts as well as offering a retail outlet for other artists. The newest of Fourth and Trade’s original product line is the “steam punk” musical instrument lamps and cell phone acoustic amplifiers.  These are whimsical and one of a kind objects! Their hand-made reclaimed furniture is a specialty of theirs and can be made to any scale. From large spaces to more intimate
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Accent Prone Kernersville’s Lifestyle Boutique Offering Unique Choices

Accent Prone Kernersville’s Lifestyle Boutique Offering Unique Choices By Gary Jacques Accent Prone, Kernersville’s lifestyle boutique, was named to describe their customers.  They want to be more than just a store offering exciting accent pieces.  Accent Prone is something you are and a way of living life. Their goal is for you to become “Accent Prone”, consistently seeking inspiring accents for your home, yourself, or for others.  “Don’t be boring, be Accent Prone.” Owners Justin and Cheri Lingafelt are a husband and wife team with a passion for furniture, design, and home décor.  They opened Accent Prone four years ago
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Local Artists – Monarch and For-Get-Me-Not Gift Shop

Monarch and For-Get-Me-Not Gift Shop Adults with Creativity Helping Dreams Take Flight Monarch, located at 651 North Highland Ave., Winston-Salem, provides adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities opportunities to express their creativity. Programs include music, art, photography, technology, dance, and pottery. Monarch is a not-for-profit organization that provides support statewide to thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental illness, and substance abuse disorders.  There are several Monarch programs, homes, and behavioral health offices throughout the Triad area. Julia Augustoni, Director of Program Operations for Transition, is in the process of creating community centers at Monarch’s various day site
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