Fall Parade of Homes

Fall has arrived! Now, not only can we experience crisp, cool mornings and the colorful turning of the leaves, we can safely get out and enjoy the Fall Parade of Homes, presented by the Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem (HBAWS), a showing of beautifully designed new homes. The Parade of Homes is free to attend […]

Kids in the Kitchen: Healthier Halloween Dishes

The Halloween season is upon us, though the thousands of bags of candy have hit all the stores long before this. With tons of sugary confections enticing us everywhere, which we view as the focus of Halloween, it’s great to have some healthy recipes in your home-menu arsenal to maintain the spooky mood of the […]

The Farmer’s Basket Presents Borrowed Land Farm

The open forum of a marketplace provides a refreshing getaway from shopping aisles.  Each venue offers a unique setting that may include activities for children, live entertainment, and an array of foods.  The curious shopper discovers they have direct access to fresh and locally grown fruits, herbs, flowers, and vegetables, dairy-based products, proteins, homemade goodies, […]

Little Richard’s Smokehouse Bar-N-Que: Big Changes, Same Family Feel

Little Richard’s BBQ has been a North Carolina staple for nearly three decades, with locations in Clemmons, Mount Airy, Yadkinville and Walkertown. Notorious for its top-notch Lexington-style BBQ and smoked meats, families flock to fill up on pulled pork and banana pudding seven days a week. Broadening its horizons, Little Richard’s BBQ has now crossed […]

Dry Eye Solutions with Hillcrest Vision

Dry eye is a problem that millions of Americans suffer from. It’s uncomfortable and leads to itching, burning eyes, as well as eye fatigue. It’s estimated that up to 15% of the population struggles with the issue – so much that Google reports that the search term “dry eye syndrome” doubled between 2010 and 2020. […]

Our Ever Changing Money Habits

The changes to our spending habits were some of the biggest of the pandemic. From dine-in delivery to home buying, budgets are realigning to the transformed economy, as consumers opt-in to the new retail experience. While the long-term impacts will be sorted out later, new trends are emerging around how our hard-earned dollars are spent. […]

Fancy Fork: October

The combination of artichoke hearts, spinach, Parmesan cheese, and creamy farmer cheese gives the best flavor for a light, yet satisfying, Spinach-Artichoke Stuffed Chicken. It’s low-carb, easy to make, and a comfort food at its finest! October is bringing in all things fall, including some of the tastiest seasonal produce. A few include cauliflower, cabbage, […]

Amending Soil with Fertilizers

The soil’s structure is vital to building a healthy garden. Each plant needs a nutrient-enriched environment comprised of vitamins and minerals.  As leaves cover the surface, they offer a natural layer, boosting the level of nutrients.  Compostable items such as coffee grounds, eggshells, banana peels, shredded newspaper and organic mulch are equally beneficial additions. Nevertheless, […]

A Place to Belong?

This past September, New Day Community Church opened its doors in the Lewisville Community.  If you are looking for a place with people who have it all together, that is not us.  If you are looking for a place where everyone has it all figured out, that is not us, either.  If you are looking […]

Don’t Apologize for Having the Spirted Child

If you go out to the store, you’ve probably encountered the child that doesn’t want to hold their parents’ hand. The one trying so hard to break free so they can wave at everyone that comes by and so they can walk up and down the aisles, exerting their independence. If you go to the […]