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Say Goodbye to Summer at the Bog Garden

posted on August 27, 2018 by Amy Scott

Bog posting Someone went through the effort of making this, so I went through the effort of photographing it. Summers in North Carolina are known for their heat and humidity. So, I figure the best way to spend one of the last weekends of the season is in a bog. Not just any bog, but…Read more

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Wine Down at Greensboro Area Wineries

posted on September 16, 2018 by Amy Scott

Grab a Glass September is Wine and Grape month here in North Carolina and Greensboro is no different honoring this beverage made in the Triad. Plan your visit to tour the wineries in the area, sip on award winning wine menus, and attend celebratory festivals.Tour a Winery Stonefield Cellars Winery Serving wines for over 12…Read more

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Thank You Volunteers

posted on October 24, 2018 by Amy Scott

Greensboro Convention and Visitors Bureau thanks our Volunteers. Anyone can sign up and join. If you are interested in Volunteering with the Greensboro Convention and Visitors at upcoming events including RCMA, ACC Tournaments, and 2019 World Irish Dancing Champions. There are many perks to volunteering. Every volunteer will receive a shirt, jacket or vest for…Read more

Local Spotlight: Mill District

posted on August 20, 2018 by Amy Scott

Take a Trip to the StacksRenovated and thriving with new life the Revolution Mill in Greensboro is a great place to explore, bursting with restaurants, events, and art. Revolution MillOver the last three years, Revolution Mill has repurposed itself. What was once a functioning flannel mill is now a destination for dining and art for…Read more

Coffee Talk

posted on October 23, 2018 by Amy Scott

Have a SipThere is nothing is like grabbing a cup of coffee on an early brisk morning while leaves are falling. Greensboro offers plenty of coffee shops with unique experiences at each of them. Make your plans to visit one or all of them. Might I suggest listening to NC alternative band Sylvan Esso “Coffee”…Read more

Tacos of West Gate City Boulevard

posted on August 6, 2018 by Amy Scott

The story of a tortilla wrapped month Tacos… a topic I never imagined myself writing high praise about not even ten years ago. As upsetting as this may be for you to read, tacos were a food I mostly avoided for the large majority of my life. To me, tacos only came from Old El…Read more

Four of the Best Dive Bars in Greensboro

posted on June 11, 2018 by Amy Scott

Hey honey, have a drink on the wild side… The dive bar – an American tradition of sorts that’s been an ongoing infatuation of mine way before I could’ve legally step foot near one. I blame my love for films like Blue Velvet and Barfly and the writings of Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg as…Read more

Greensboro Science Center Record-Breaking Attendance in 2017

posted on February 22, 2018 by Amy Scott

The Greensboro Science Center (GSC) experienced record-breaking attendance in 2017 with 434,718 guests choosing to either experience the GSC’s one-of-a-kind science attraction featuring an aquarium, museum, zoo, and treetop adventure park, or attend one of its special events. CEO Glenn Dobrogosz says, “The last time we broke all attendance records was after we opened the…Read more

We’re full of Puns in Greensboro

posted on May 21, 2018 by Amy Scott

Puns Intended Greensboro has a wide array of restaurants with great names too. Check out these great spots and get a laugh too– Pun intended. Pastabilities Your Pastabilities are limitless, serving lunch and dinner Monday- Saturday. Serving Pasta, Salads, Sandwiches and more. Lox, Stock and Bagel Serving Lox, Bagels and are an authentic Boar’s Head…Read more

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