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GRAWL: Women’s Arm Wrestling for a Cause

It all started with a simple thought co-founder Rachel Scott had. She began recruiting others who shared the same philanthropic spirit she has for helping women of all ages. Amongst those she recruited were co-founders Amanda Lehmert and Meagan Albert. GRAWL—the Greensboro Arm Wrestling League—was born. There was “never any consideration for this to be a for-profit enterprise,” Amanda says, but instead…

Coffee + Tea = A Perfect Match

Open since 2014, Vida Pour Tea is more than just a teahouse. And owner Sarah Chapman is more than just a tea sommelier. This UNCG alum is known for her sense of what people need to fulfill their cups. She uses a question-and-answer process to help customers find the right teas for whatever ails them. Starting dialogues with customers helps…

Goodwill Inspires Hope, Sparks Joy

At Triad Goodwill’s Outlet Store, shoppers rummage for products to purchase by the pound. Some gather bin-loads of shoes in bulk for charity. Others pick and choose carefully, waiting around for the next delivery of goods, hoping it will bring that one-of-a-kind treasure. The Outlet, just next door to Goodwill’s retail shop on S. Eugene Street, is a haven for crafty recyclers…

Modern Medicine for Animal Care the Natural Way

In her veterinary practice, Dr. Janine Oliver says, she marries modern medicine to what she feels is the best of alternative medicine.

Getting (Osteo)Stronger

Walk into OsteoStrong Greensboro, and you might think you’re in an upscale gym or spa. The decor is bright and minimalist; the equipment sleek and modern, with padded seats and electronic displays.

Gourmet Walking Food Tour

A food tour is a great way to rediscover the Gate City, whether you are a longtime resident, a new transplant or traveling to the Triad for the first time. Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours shares the best downtown Greensboro has to offer and more.

Architectural Elegance inside a Historical Reference

This 11-room, 106-year-old gem is an exquisite model of Neoclassical and Craftsman construction. Located in Fisher Park, a historic neighborhood heralded for its plethora of Gilded Era addresses, the Harden House features a 1913 moire hand-painted wallpapered dining room, a library, original quarter-sawn oak floors and four fireplaces. The home is eligible for designation on the National Register of Historic Places,…

Home Away from Home

Vacation Your Way and Book a Luxurious Vacation Rental for Your Next Getaway Photography provided by HomeAway When you’re determining where to go for your next trip, it can be difficult to decide among sights to see, food to eat and adventures to have. From wine country to the mountain state, we’ve rounded up a … Continued

Hidden Gem

This brick home overlooking Hole 5 of Starmount Forest Country Club’s golf course was designed and built by custom builder Bea Melton in 1978. Having only two previous owners, the home underwent a complete renovation in 2014, and no room was left untouched. The unique circular driveway cradles the front of the home, which is a modern marvel. The main floor of the home…