Gearing up for Colon Cancer Awareness!

It’s Colon Cancer Awareness month, and that’s a big deal to the folks at Gastroenterology Associates of the Piedmont (GAP), who specialize in gastrointestinal health.  It should be a big deal for you too, as colon health is vital to our overall well-being.  Use this month as an opportunity to step into better health! First, […]

The Dieting Doggo – 5 Tips to Help Fido Get Fit

Man’s best friend can, unfortunately, often share in one of man’s most difficult challenges—staying healthy and fit. While some dog owners may think that only certain breeds are more susceptible to unwanted weight gain, the fact is, due to low activity levels and improper nutrition, there are more things than just genetics to look out […]

Aeracura Aveda Salon Your Beauty Team for Prom!

For high school girls everywhere, springtime signals dreams of prom! Finally, an occasion to be as glam as you like, wearing the perfect dress and being escorted by your someone special, and feeling confident that your natural beauty is shining through! Getting ready for prom can be an amazingly fun experience, as you may opt […]

The Heroes of the Insect World

With the existence of 5.5 million insect species, and 1.5 million families of beetles alone, the odds of an effective pest management program are low.  It first requires an understanding of what lures the beneficial insects. Biological control is a viable, long-term solution to allow ladybugs, praying mantis, spiders, and ground beetles, for example, to […]

Dining Guide: Mossy’s

In 2008, Nick Karagiorgis of Little Richard’s BBQ and Chris Pritsis of Brick Oven Pizzeria opened a new restaurant in Clemmons. They wanted to create a place with a fun atmosphere and excellent food that the community of Clemmons would really enjoy, and that is exactly what they did. Mossy’s Eats, Ales, & Spirits in […]

Allergies 101

BY:  JAMIE LOBER It can be hard to find a person who does not have allergies, especially during the change of seasons. While you may associate them with spring, allergies come in all forms and are present year-round. In North Carolina, the three most commonly reported allergens are pollens, like grass, weed and tree pollen; […]

Celtic Folklore: Go Tell the Bees!

“May your pockets be heavy, and your heart be light; may good luck pursue you each day and night.” Aye, the luck of the Irish to you!  A required sentiment to family, friends, and strangers, in hopes fortune is on your side.  Even if your bloodline lacks even one percent of Irishness, you most likely […]

“Out and About” in Winston-Salem with A Cappella Jam for Hope

On Saturday evening, January 18th, the A Cappella Jam for Hope was held at RJ Reynolds Auditorium in Winston-Salem. This is the 14th-annual presentation of the musical fundraiser, founded by Terry Hicks, which the students at RJ Reynolds High School hold for a charitable cause. This year the students chose Kaleideum to be the recipient […]

Ready Campers, Let’s Start Packing!

“You cannot take the kitchen sink or your bathroom!”  Excitement often leads campers to want to pack more than a few comforts from home! Before one single item enters the duffle bag and backpack, try a different approach.  The following tips will ensure campers attain some good sound camp wisdom, travel light, and pack only […]