Gate City Candy Company: Greensboro’s Own Golden Ticket!

Considering the current state of our beloved country, we could all use some happiness and what better way to capture that than visiting your local candy store. In Downtown Greensboro, one such person has brought that joy of nostalgic candies with the Gate City Candy Company, and his name is Dan Weatherington. Originally from Goldsboro NC, he has lived in Texas for a while and now resides in Greensboro since 2011. This dream of owning his own candy store came about at the age of 8 years old when he and his father would take trips to the local neighborhood
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New to the Triad: Cibo Trattoria

Cibo Trattoria 529 Trade St Winston-Salem, NC 336-999-8977 Now Open, at the former location of Trade Street Diner, Cibo Trattoria, brings tradition Italian cuisine to downtown Winston-Salem.   For those that have dined at Paul’s Fine Dining at anytime in the past 30 years; you can now enjoy your favorites dishes in the dining room or on the newly renovated private patio with a beautiful water fountain. When Paul’s Fine Dining close, all the chefs and manager and a few servers came to help open this restaurant. The chefs and manager worked at Paul’s for almost 30 years.  With them
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Tapped into Craft: Local Brewery, Winery, and Distillery August 2020

RayLen VINEYARDS raylenvineyards.com @RayLenVineyards 3577 US-158, Mocksville, NC    336-998-3100 Mon – Saturday:  11AM – 6PM | Sunday: 12PM – 5PM New releases:  Fizzzy Rose: Mango, honeydew melon and fresh cut flower aromas introduce the RayLen Fizzzy Rose.  Blushed by Petit Verdot, the flavors are generous and plenty.  Strawberry and white peach dominate the bold flavors that are highlighted by bright bubbles and a clean fresh fruit finish. Fizzzy Bluzberry: Over 1 ton of fresh blueberries were harvested last summer from the RayLen Estate and mysteriously turned into wine.  We experimented in the lab with different varieties of white wines
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Laster’s Fine Art & Antiques: Keeping Family History Alive

By Kristen Margo Daukas Since 1973, Laster’s has had the distinct honor of handling some of the area’s finest estates find new homes for their antique furnishings and art collections. Whether families were downsizing their homes or the owners had passed away, Laster’s was usually the one to get the call to come in and appraise the collections of high-end Southern family holdings and then the pieces would either be sold in consignment or purchased outright. If families were looking to purchase high-end pieces, that call usually went to Laster’s as well! In 2011, the Laster family made the move
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