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Story of a House

A Wink From the Universe For shop owner Kam Culler, it’s all about family and home By Cassie Bustamante  Photographs by Amy Freeman      Growth charts on door frames and bright orange permanent [...]

A Slip of the Chisel.

And a Whole New Life How former auto mechanic Paul Nixon became an artist By Maria Johnson  .  Photographs by Lynn Donovan  Paul Nixon, an Irishman by way of McLeansville, could be a character [...]

The Right Vibe

An ambitious plan is taking root to transform Greensboro and the Triad into a capital of live performance music By Jim Dodson Photographs Courtesy of Flat Iron; By Josh King and Ryan Bell (Left [...]

Life’s Funny

By Maria Johnson Eric Trundy is pacing around the stage, doing a bit about the grief he felt after his friend, Rene Luna, another comedian, died of testicular cancer last year. Trundy confesses [...]

Poem

Cardinal Like a spot of blood against the blue sky, a Cardinal perches on the shepherd’s hook where I hang suet and a cylinder of seed-feeders I gave Sylvia for her last Mother’s Day. The birds [...]

Home Grown

Cooking Up Mischief Stewing over the last laugh By Cynthia Adams There was much joking in my childhood home, mostly inspired by our father, a trickster of the first order. Little — certainly not [...]

Almanac

The summer ended. Day by day, and taking its time, the summer ended. — James Baldwin, Just Above My Head September takes you by surprise again. She told you she was coming. Tried to, anyway. Back [...]

Greensboro’s Emerging Artists

Three women cultivate joy, connection and self-discovery through their work By Cassie Bustamante  •  Photographs by Bert VanderVeen Creating art is not for the meek. It’s gritty and emotional, [...]

O.Henry Ending

Embracing Juno The tarot reading — and tattoo — that changed my life By Corrinne Rosquillo In 2018, I visited New Orleans for the first time. It’s a magical city, full of history and an old [...]

The Omnivorous Reader

Little Press Success Big things can come in small packages By Stephen E. Smith Since its founding by professor Ronald Bayes in 1969, St. Andrews Press at St. Andrews University in Laurinburg has [...]

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