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FEBRUARY 2017

For locals by locals

Hutch & Harris:  Familiar Place with A a Bar on the Side • pg 6 TAPPED INTO CRAFT Libations and Victuals

Foothills Brewing JADE IPA • pg 21 New to the Triad:

BABY BOLO’Z A Taste of Cuba • pg 14 New to the Triad:

The W on Elm • pg 18 Smith & Co. Consignment A Pleasant Experience for Everyone • pg 12

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Weekly Events SUNDAY BRUNCH Sun

Billy Bob’s Silver Diner (WS) Cleopatra’s (GSO) Community Arts Cafe (WS) Finnigan’s Wake (WS) Five Points (WS) Giovanni’s (GSO) J Peppers (Kville) Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery (HP) Lucky 32 (GSO) M’Couls Public House (GSO) Mozelle’s Fresh Southern Bistro (WS) River Ridge Taphouse (L / C) Sweet Potatoes (WS) Thai Harmony (WS) Village Tavern (GSO,WS) WS Prime (WS)

MARTINI SPECIALS Mon Tue Wed Thr

Harper’s Restaurant (GSO) HakkaChow (WS) Piedmont Club (WS) Springhouse Restaurant (WS) Mark’s Restaurant (GSO) The Old Fourth Street Filling Station (WS) Cafe Pasta and Grille (GSO) J Peppers (Kville) Jeffrey Adams on Fourth (WS)

OTHER EVENTS

Mondays Stumble Stilskins: Bingo Burke Street Pub: Cornhole Tourney Tuesdays Bull’s Tavern: Tuesday Jam - Open Mic Tates Craft Cocktails: Live Jazz Wednesdays Bistro 150: Live Jazz Foothills Brewing: Bluegrass Open Jam Ink, Paint, Stamp! Demo Day Thursdays Cafe Pasta: Live Acoustic Music Giovanni’s: Josh West JH Adams Inn: Live Music Piedmont Club: Live Acoustic Music The Worx: Live Piano music 6-9p Fridays Eclection: Girls Night Out Spare Time Entertainment Greensboro: Galactic Bowling The Mad Platter: 2 paint for price of 1 The Worx: Live Jazz 9-12a Saturdays The Barn Dinner Theater: Dinner and a show Sundays Jake’s Billiards & Pub: Pool Tournament

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6th and Vine (WS) Quanto Basta (WS) Tates Craft Cocktails (WS) Thai Harmony (WS) Bleu Restaurant & Bar (WS) Cafe Pasta and Grille (GSO) Jeffrey Adams on Fourth (WS) Outwest Steakhouse & Saddleroom (Kvill) Piedmont Club (WS) Tates Craft Cocktails (WS) Thistle Stop Wine Shop (Kville) Eclection (Kville) Cafe Pasta and Grille (GSO) Giadas Trattoria (Kville) Hutch and Harris Pub (WS) Outwest Steakhouse & Saddleroom (Kvill) Sammy G’s Tavern (HP) Second & Green Tavern (WS) Southern Roots (J) Springhouse Restaurant (WS) Tee Time Sports and Spirits (WS) WineStyles (GSO) 2520 Tavern (L / C) 6th and Vine (WS) HakkaChow (WS) JH Adams - Hamptons (HP) Mozelle’s Fresh Southern Bistro (WS) The Brewers Kettle (Kville) The Old Fourth Street Filling Station (WS) The Worx (GSO) Eclection (Kville) Steak Street (GSO) Burke Street Pub (WS)

TRIVIA

Tue Burke Street Pub (WS) Foothills Brewing (WS) Potent Potables (J) River Ridge Taphouse (L / C) Bender’s Tavern (GSO) Wed Grey’s Tavern (GSO) Piedmont Club (WS) NY Pizza Bar & Grill (GSO) Stumble Stilskins (GSO) Jake’s Billiards & Pub (GSO) Thur Harper’s Restaurant (GSO) Pinky’s Pub (GSO)

KARAOKE Tue Wed Thr Fri

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Cooper’s Ale House (GSO) The Deck (J) Bull’s Tavern (WS) Pinky’s Pub (GSO) Grey’s Tavern (GSO) Bender’s Tavern (GSO) Billy Bob’s Silver Diner (WS) Cooper’s Ale House (GSO) Tee Time Sports and Spirits (WS)


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Hutch & Harris:

A Familiar Place with a Bar on the Side By Timothy G. Beeman II

On February 28, popular downtown Winston-Salem restaurant, Hutch & Harris, will celebrate their ninth anniversary. Why that date? Because it is Fat Tuesday. It doesn’t matter on which date Fat Tuesday falls on each year, that’s the anniversary of Hutch & Harris. Nine years later, they have become a staple for downtown dining and nightlife. In August, 2015, owner Greg Richardson opened the Side Bar a large extension to the restaurant that doubles the size, adds extra dining seating, a raw bar and an impressive libations bar. The Side Bar offers fresh-shucked oysters, steamed mussels, craft cocktails, an extensive wine list and

a unique craft beer menu. The Side Bar is open during the day for lunch, as well. It is not unusual to see lunching folks in suits and ties sitting a table, or even a few bar stools, away from diners in hardhats and hard-toed boots. About the atmosphere and mission of Hutch & Harris, Richardson said, “we’re here to provide Winston-Salem with a ‘confident’ restaurant. They want a place they will know what they’ll get; that they’re familiar with.” He also said that it is an establishment that younger patrons can enjoy and the older ones, as well. The Side Bar is well lit, with ample space and comfortable seating. There is a small lounge area that separates the casual, intimate dining room from the festive and wide-open bar area. In that lounge, there are a few video games/pinball machine to entertain those so inclined. And, speaking of fun and games, Hutch & Harris has trivia every Monday, 7:30-9:30pm. They also pipe in music to the Side Bar area. They do not offer live music, as there are plenty of other places in town for that. They want to concentrate on creating a communicative atmosphere and the piped music allows for better conversation and it does not take up extra space that could be used for patrons.

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Wed Feb 1, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Meroney Theatre: Piedmont Players Theatre presents ACT ONE Oak Ridge United Methodist Church: Senior Luncheon Pleasant Garden Town Hall: Youth Soccer in Pleasant Garden Starr Theatre: The Laramie Project Williams Memorial CME Church: Christian Youth and Young Adults Community Outreach Bible Study LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE beerthirty: Beer Pairings Foothills Brewpub: Music - The Bluegrass Sweethearts Pinky’s Pub: Movie Night Pinky’s Pub: Sliders and Beer Pairing Print Works Bistro: Mussels, Wine & Music Stumble Stilskins: Mancub Trivia

Thu Feb 2, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY McGirt-Horton Branch Library: Democracy Greensboro public meeting Meroney Theatre: Piedmont Players Theatre presents ACT ONE Starr Theatre: The Laramie Project Temple Emanuel : Just Eat It BUSINESS NETWORKING The Piedmont Club: Business Referral Breakfast LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Bull’s Tavern: Lord Nelson GIA : Sarah Strable Harper’s Restaurant: Trivia Night Johnny & Junes Saloon: DJ Snow and $1 Drinks O.Henry Hotel: Thursday Night Cocktails and Jazz Pinky’s Pub: Trivia Thursdays! Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Bike Night Thai Harmony: College Night Thursday

Fri Feb 3, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Benton Convention Center: Pancake Jamboree Dana Aud - Guilford College: Wrongful Convictions Symposium GreenHill: M. A. D Public Opening + First Friday With Elemeno Junior League of Greensboro: Silhouette Artist Clay Rice Meroney Theatre: Piedmont Players Theatre presents ACT ONE Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Starr Theatre: The Laramie Project The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute: Florencia en el Amazonas (Florence in the Amazon) UNCG Auditorium: Analogy/ Dora: Tramontane WFU - Porter Byrum Welcome Center Aud: Unbroken Circle Concert LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Gallery Hop / DJ 84 beerthirty: Live Music with Corey Hilman Benders Tavern: Karaoke Bull’s Tavern: The CC3 Cooper’s Ale House: Karaoke Muddy Creek: Fiddle & Bow Society Presents: Lizzy & Omar Pinky’s Pub: Karaoke Fridays Print Works Bistro: Pop-Up Dance Club Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Karaoke Thai Harmony: Seasonal Friday The Deck at River Twist: The Dickens Village Square Tap House: Live Guest DJ

Sat Feb 4, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Beth David Synagogue: Triad Jewish Film Festival presents ‘In Search of Israeli Cuisine’ Deep Springs CC: Madison- Mayodan Rty 10th Ann. Tasting Extravaganza Dudley HS: Black Girls & Women Matter Greensboro Town Hall Eclection: Cupid’s Workshop Eclection: Hammered Copper Wire Pendant Workshop Detailed event information available at www.336events.com | 7


HUTCH & HARRIS

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They have a nice outdoor seating area right on the bustling sidewalks of Fourth Street. There’s plenty of people watching and you can enjoy the food and beverages that Hutch & Harris offer. They have a new pergola that they’ve installed to add some ambience to the patio and even have a sun screen to block the sun during the few hours that the sun beams down onto those seats. It’s a well maintained area. Richardson said that chef Lucas McGill and his staff have recently changed the menu mixing a bit of the old with the new. Classics such as their Moravian Chicken Pie and the El Kentucky sandwich are definitely still on the menu. It would probably create a public outcry of foul (or is it fowl?) to remove those items. New items include a nice hummus, crab-stuffed shrimp, a ribeye steak, a tuna steak, new Greek items and new prime beef burgers. Richardson said that customers were responding well to the new menu. Manager Kirsten Olson says that the great advantage that Hutch & Harris has is how approachable they are. “Burgers, entrees, seafood and so on… We try to be everything our customers want us to be [in a restaurant],” she said. And, the menu is extensive but it is not confusing; it is pretty straight forward. That approachability doesn’t stop with the food, either. Olson explained, “We are very much like a family. We are lucky to have the staff that we do, who are equally committed to the success of this place as we are.” That, she said, contributes to the friendly atmosphere of the bar. Olson recapped a few charities and causes that Hutch & Harris has supported and continues to support today: the Winston-Salem Symphony, WS Chamber, Piedmont Craftsmen, Summit School, Brenner Children’s Hospital, Habitat for Humanity and several animal rights groups. Olson also wanted to make sure the customers were thanked properly. “We want our loyal customers to know how much we appreciate them. We were one of the first places in this (current) era of downtown and since then, plenty of others have opened. But, our customers keep coming back. We want them to know how much they mean to Greg and his staff.” On February 28, Hutch & Harris is having specials all day. It will be a New Orleans-themed party with NOLAinspired food. You are all invited. You can try their new menu, have a beverage and enjoy the nightlife at Hutch & Harris by visiting them at 420 W Fourth Street. It’s not just their anniversary, it’s a celebration of them and their customers. You can also find them and their menu at www.hutchandharris.com. 8 | Detailed event information available at www.336events.com


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SUNDAY BRUNCH Noon - 3pm

Sushi • Authentic & Modern

Thai Food in Downtown W-S M Happier Hour 5-7pm. Half price Open Daily for Lunch & Dinner selected sushi roll and appetizer. Half price wine by the glass. T Half price Pad Thai. $3 Singha Thai beer. W Half price draft beer. LIVE MUSIC!! Valentines Day TH $2 Domestic beer. LORI SPENCER – F $3 Seasonal beer. Jazz guitarist from SA $4 Hot/Cold House Sake. Blue Tulip Band SU Half price Appetizer ($6.99) with purchase of two entrees ($12.99 or more). $3 Mimosa. Discounts & Sushi Happy Hour not valid Feb 14.

HAPPY HOUR: HALF PRICE sushi rolls & appetizer Sun-Thur from 5-6pm 102 W. 3rd Street, W-S, NC | 336-842-5532 | www.thaiharmonyws.com

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Monday Night Team Trivia 7:30-9:30 Lunch | Dinner | Raw Bar | Sunday Brunch Craft Cocktails + 16 Craft Beers on Tap Daily Lunch and Dinner Specials

Award Winning Bloody Marys

Feb 28th H&H Anniversary New Orleans-Themed Party

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First Christian Church: 2017 Kernersville Father Daughter Dance Greensboro Marriott Downtown: Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours Holly Hill Mall & Business Center: Cheers for Chocolate Festval Hq Greensboro: Saturday Tarot Readings Lee Street Theatre: Mipso: Live Meroney Theatre: Piedmont Players Theatre presents ACT ONE O.Henry Hotel: O.Henry Hotel Jazz Series: The Anne-Claire Quartet Randolph-Asheboro YMCA: Parents Night Out Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Starmount Forest Country Club: Winter Wonderland in the Roaring 20s Starr Theatre: The Laramie Project Wake Forest University - Porter Byrum Welcome Center Auditorium: Unbroken Circle Concert Watson Hall - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Guts N Glory LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Vel Indica Benders Tavern: Triad Rugby After Party Bull’s Tavern: Empty Pocket Churchill’s on Elm: Bob Marley Celebration GIA : Big Hope and the Dog Thai Harmony: Sake Saturday The Deck at River Twist: Brothers Pearl WINERY / BREWERY Raffaldini Vineyards: Afternoon with the Winemaker

Sun Feb 5, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Southeastern Center For Contemporary Art: Crossroads Concert Series - Lonnie Holley and Ben Sollee Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Starr Theatre: The Laramie Project The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute: Florencia en el Amazonas (Florence in the Amazon) LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: 1/2 off Bottles of Wine Benders Tavern: Super Bowl Party Cooper’s Ale House: Superbowl Party HakkaChow: BOGO Sushi Half Price Lucky 32: Skillet Fried Chicken Stumble Stilskins: Super Bowl Party Thai Harmony: Saver Sunday

Mon Feb 6, 2017

WEEKLY SPECIALS:

20% discount for Students and Educators, Pre-K through Graduate School Tues: Kids’ meals for 99 cents Wed: $2.75 Craft Beers Hrs: Mon-Wed 8A-9P, Thu-Sat 8A-10P — Breakfast Served Daily — Mon:

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ARTS / FAMILY Cooper’s Ale House: Kids Eat Free Eclection: Crafting Night Spring Garden Bakery & Coffee: Muggy Monday Stephen D. Hyers Theatre in the Greensboro Cultural Center: 15th Annual Greensboro Fringe Festival Triad Lanes: Dollar Mania LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Hutch and Harris Pub: Hutch Team Trivia Stumble Stilskins: Bingo Night Tee Time Sports & Spirits: S.I.N. Night Thai Harmony: Happier Mondays Wolfgang Puck Pizza Bar: Half Priced Local Beers On Tap

Tue Feb 7, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Elberson Fine Arts Center: Salem Band Winter Concert Emma Key’s: Kids’ Meals for 99 Cents Moriah UMC: Senior Program & Luncheon The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: A.J. Fletcher Opera Institute: Florencia en el Amazonas (Florence in the Amazon) LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Sangria Tuesday Benders Tavern: Trivia Cooper’s Ale House: Taco Tuesday Darryl’s Wood Fired Grill: Speeed Dating Event Hosted

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Authentic Homemade Foods • The Best of our Family to Yours — LUNCH / DINNER —

Serving the Best in Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Foods SOME FAVORITES…

Jerusalem Market on Elm Downtown Greensboro 310 South Elm Street Greensboro NC 27401 (336) 279-7025 jerusalemarket.com Mon-Sat: 11am - 9 pm

Falafel ~ Shawerma ~ Lamb Kabobs Deborah Salad ~ Kibbeh • Family Owned and Operated • Continuing the Hanhan’s Tradition of Quality and Service in the heart of Greensboro

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The Old Fourth Street Filling Station is a neighborhood favorite, offering casual, friendly dining in beautiful historic West End... good times and great food. It’s a dining experience that you and your friends are sure to enjoy.

Join us TUESDAYS for the BIG EAT

DAILY SPECIALS Mon $2.50 Drafts Tues $2.50 Bottle Beer Wed $5 Martinis Thurs 1/2 OFF Wine M: 11a-9p•Tu: 11a-10p•W-Th: 11a-10p•F-Sa: 11a-11p•Su: 10a-9p

871 W. Fourth St. • Winston-Salem • 724-7600 • theoldfourthstreetfillingstation.com

DAILY SPECIALS SUN $5 Absolut Peppar Bloody Marys and $4 Mimosas MON $3 Drafts TUE 1/2 Price Wine WED 1/2 Off Sangria THU $7 Martinis

TUESDAYS

are Date Night! Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31 Feb. 7

Jeffrey Adams on Fourth prepares dishes with the freshest produce grown on their own farm, Andrews Farm in King, NC.

MON: 11a-9p • TUES: 11a-10p • WED-TH: 11a-11p • FRI-SAT: 11a-12a

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“A Pleasant Experience for Everyone” Family, Friends, and Community

By Gary Jacques

Smith & Co. Consignment focuses on family, friends, and community service. Owner Lisa Smith takes pride in all the details, from decorating to being with customers. She loves all sections of the store. Lisa’s consignors offer home décor, housewares, furniture, and antiques. They also carry men’s and women’s clothes. “Women love to come in and browse.” “I’m very trustworthy. I do the best for consignors and provide a safe place to shop, with a pleasant experience for everyone.” Smith & Co. Consignment is located at 1515 Union Cross Road, Kernersville, NC. They will celebrate their 2 year anniversary in April. Lisa studied the consignment industry for 8 years, taking accounting classes, speaking with business owners, observing how merchandise was displayed, noting what brought in customers, store sales, and what didn’t work. She admits starting out was NOT easy. “As difficult and scary as it was for me to open this shop, it has truly been a blessing. So many wonderful friendships have been made. I now know that doing this has a far greater purpose. It is more than just consignment. We are brought into each other’s lives for a reason. This shop is the avenue being used for that purpose. “ Her husband Tim has been supportive. Tim, a woodworker in his “spare time,” full-time employed in industry, paints and builds items. Many are in the store, including the Smith & Co. sign behind the front counter, and much more. Parents of 4 children ranging in age from 14 to 20, Lisa emphasizes that raising their family has always been a priority. There are connections between Lisa

Pictured L to R: Robyn Ferris, Lisa Smith and Ruth Beeson.

and employees Robyn Ferris and Ruth Beeson. Lisa was an assistant to Robyn, a longtime teacher. Robyn taught Lisa’s oldest son in preschool. Robyn has excellent customer service and organizational skills. Ruth was also a teacher, with Lisa as her assistant. Ruth has an interior design degree and is very knowledgeable in the furniture industry. She has an excellent eye for home decorating, which has been a tremendous asset. When Lisa decided to become a consignment store owner, their friendship proved to be an asset to Smith & Co. Consignment. It is obvious after a few moments with this “dynamic trio” that their enthusiasm, knowledge, smiles, and positive attitudes bring customers into their location. Lisa’s philosophy is: “Friendships are made. This is a blessing, more than a consignment store”. Giving back to the community is an essential element of Smith & Co. Consignment. The Salvation Army is the recipient of unsold housewares. Shalom Project, based at Green Street United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, picks up unsold clothes. Shalom Project offers a FREE clothing closet for the needy in the Triad. Shalom Project has a “Circles” program that teams people in poverty

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Downtown Winston-Salem: The Big Eat Lucky 32: Songs from a Southern Kitchen Pinky’s Pub: Taco Tuesday Second & Green Tavern: Tequila and Tacos Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Buds & Bingo Thai Harmony: Thai Tuesday The Brewer’s Kettle: Trivia The W on Elm: Ballroom and Latin Dance Revolution

Wed Feb 8, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY GreenHill: Sip & Shop Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center Conference Center: Novant Health Bariatric Surgical Seminar The Edge Flats: Welcome Home! Open House LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE beerthirty: Beer Pairings Pinky’s Pub: Movie Night Pinky’s Pub: Sliders and Beer Pairing Print Works Bistro: Mussels, Wine & Music Second & Green Tavern: Widespread Wednesday Stumble Stilskins: Mancub Trivia

Thu Feb 9, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Women’s Hospital: Community Blood Drive Stokesdale United Methodist Church: Senior Program and Luncheon BUSINESS NETWORKING The Piedmont Club: Business Referral Breakfast LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Benders Tavern: Duke vs UNC Basketball Community Theatre of Greensboro: The Syringa Tree Cooper’s Ale House: Duke vs UNC Basketball GIA : Nishah Di Meo live Harper’s Restaurant: Trivia Night Johnny & Junes Saloon: DJ Snow and $1 Drinks O.Henry Hotel: Thursday Night Cocktails and Jazz Pinky’s Pub: Trivia Thursdays! Reynolds Auditorium : Cabaret Around the World Stumble Stilskins: Duke vs UNC Basketball Stumble Stilskins: Sexual Chocolate and Bourbon Barrel Tapping Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Bike Night Thai Harmony: College Night Thursday

Fri Feb 10, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Community Theatre of Greensboro: The Syringa Tree Proximity Hotel: BYOB: Build Your Own Bordeaux! Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Wake Forest School of Law: Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law Yadkin Cultural Arts Center: Guys & Dolls LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Karon Click & The Hot Licks beerthirty: Live Music with the Aldermans Benders Tavern: Karaoke Breathe Lounge at Eclection: Valentine’s Day Wine & Chocolate Pairing Bull’s Tavern: Medicated Sunfish Cooper’s Ale House: Karaoke Foothills Brewpub: Shiloh Hill Pinky’s Pub: Karaoke Fridays Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Karaoke The Deck at River Twist: Crossover Drive Village Square Tap House: Live Guest DJ

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ARTS / FAMILY Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum: Palmer Personalities: Musical Ties to PMI

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Sat Feb 11, 2017

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Baby Bolo’z / A Taste of Cuba “Takin U Beyond Da’ Heat” Terrific Cuban Food-Take Out With Care and Passion

By Gary Jacques

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aby Bolo’z owner George Lopez is passionate when discussing his love for family, friends, and especially cooking Cuban food for customers. George has great pride for putting a smile on customer’s faces as they bite into made to order Cuban specialties. All ingredients are fresh and purchased locally. Lopez is a member of Goodness Grows, using everything grown in North Carolina. Shortly, George will have a presence at the Piedmont Farmer’s Market in Colfax on Sandy Ridge Road. Lopez moved to North Carolina from New Jersey after visiting a friend in 2008. He grew up in Peterstown (The Burg), a suburb of Elizabeth, New Jersey. George’s first experience was at Barrone’s, an Italian Deli in Elizabeth. He was able to learn the craft of cooking and mixing ingredients. George felt the passion instantly. He is 3 years at the Pinecroft Road location. George is an “everyman” in the sense that he decorated and constructed the Baby Bolo’z store and can fix or MacGyver just about anything. He is in the process of designing an inside mural of the Plaza De

Las Americas in Havana, Cuba. All of his signature creations are $2.50. Lopez keeps costs low as a one person operation and believes firmly in the personal touch, focusing on everyone’s taste for healthy food. Everything is cooked to order. Nothing is fried nor does he cook with salt. For those who call ahead, he will do special orders during off hours, being available 24/6. George learned to cook from his father, following him around the kitchen. He speaks fondly of his father’s positive influence as a role model. George’s Dad has dementia. He visits his father in a nursing home, bringing Cuban dishes lovingly prepared. George’s Dad’s smile drives his

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Community Theatre of Greensboro: The Syringa Tree Eclection: Cupid’s Workshop Eclection: SomeBunny’s Rabbit Illustrations Greensboro Marriott Downtown: Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours Regal Greensboro Grande Stadium 16: Triad Jewish Film Festival Presents ‘A Borrowed Identity’ Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Yadkin Cultural Arts Ctr: Yadkin Arts Council’s 2017 Sweetheart Gala LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: TBA beerthirty: Live Music with David Lin Bull’s Tavern: The Plaids Anti-Valentines Show GIA : Thomas Linger Jazz Trio O.Henry Hotel: The Dave Fox Trio, featuring Nishah DiMeo The Deck at River Twist: Exit 180 WINERY / BREWERY Raffaldini Vineyards: Vosca For the Love of Chocolate and Wine!

ARTS • ANTIQUES • SHOP

KERNERSVILLE! Eclection • 221 N Main St • 336–497-4822 Consign & Design 113 W Mountain St • 336-904-0669 Accent Prone • 1030F S Main St • 336-310-4753 Smith & Co Consignment 515 Union Cross Rd • 336-497-5290 The Brewers Kettle 308 E Mountain St • 336-992-3333 Lihmil & Minos’s Floral Supply 735 Indeneer Dr • 336-993-1008

Sun Feb 12, 2017

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Mon Feb 13, 2017

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ARTS / FAMILY Community Theatre of Greensboro: The Syringa Tree Police Prayer Circle: Police Prayer Circle Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Yadkin Cultural Arts Center: Guys & Dolls LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE GIA : That Sexy Cocktail (The Art of the Cocktail) WINERY / BREWERY Raffaldini Vineyards: Amore - The Language of Love Raffaldini Vineyards: Vosca For the Love of Chocolate and Wine! ARTS / FAMILY Cooper’s Ale House: Kids Eat Free Eclection: Crafting Night Novant Health Kernersville Medical Center: Novant Health Bariatric Surgical Seminar Randolph-Asheboro YMCA: Spring Rec Soccer Registration Triad Lanes: Dollar Mania UNCG Recital Hall: UNCG Studio Voice Recital LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE GIA : Wine Society Open House: Big Love Big Reds Chocolate Hutch and Harris Pub: Hutch Team Trivia Stumble Stilskins: Bingo Night Tee Time Sports & Spirits: S.I.N. Night

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Tue Feb 14, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Emma Key’s: Kids’ Meals for 99 Cents Rowan Museum: History Club: Neely School Saving Grandpa Shady Grove Wesleyan Church: Senior Program and Luncheon Watson Hall - UNCSA: UNC School Of The Arts: Trombonanza! Westover Church: Dave Bennett LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Benders Tavern: Trivia Breathe Lounge at Eclection: Special Valentine’s Dinner Cooper’s Ale House: Taco Tuesday Lucky 32: Songs from a Southern Kitchen Pinky’s Pub: Taco Tuesday Second & Green Tavern: The Art of Love & Tequila w/ Jamie Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Buds & Bingo The Brewer’s Kettle: Trivia The W on Elm: Ballroom and Latin Dance Revolution The Worx: Valentines Day Dinner Thai Harmony: Valentines Dinner w/ Live Music from Lori Spencer (Jazz Guitarist)

Wed Feb 15, 2017 LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE beerthirty: Beer Pairings GIA : 1/2 off Bottles of wine

Hours -6 M-F 10 -5 0 1 Sat.

up-scale consignments Celebrating 27 Years Serving the Triad Area

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Pinky’s Pub: Movie Night Pinky’s Pub: Sliders and Beer Pairing Print Works Bistro: Mussels, Wine & Music Stumble Stilskins: Mancub Trivia

Thu Feb 16, 2017

2130 Lawndale Drive Greensboro, NC 336-379-8646 www.marialovesfood.com

ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Centennial Station Arts Center: Third Thursday Concert Featuring UltimaNota Center for Design Innovation: February Swerve MeetUp GreenHill: Arts & Wellness Class | The Art of Meditation: Creating Clay Finger Labyrinths Summerfield United Methodist Church: Senior Program and Luncheon Taylor Theatre: Antigone BUSINESS NETWORKING The Piedmont Club: Business Referral Breakfast LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Bull’s Tavern: Little Stranger GIA : Big Hope and the Dog Harper’s Restaurant: Trivia Night Johnny & Junes Saloon: DJ Snow and $1 Drinks O.Henry Hotel: Thursday Night Cocktails and Jazz Pinky’s Pub: Trivia Thursdays! Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Bike Night

Fri Feb 17, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Norvell Theater: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Taylor Theatre: Antigone The Earle Theatre: Jerry Douglas presents The Earls of Leicester Yadkin Cultural Arts Center: Guys & Dolls LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Mulligans Duo beerthirty: Live Music with the Aldermans Benders Tavern: Karaoke Bull’s Tavern: Stereo Doll Cooper’s Ale House: Karaoke Muddy Creek Music Hall: Fiddle & Bow Society Presents: R. B. Morris with Hector Qirko Pinky’s Pub: Karaoke Fridays Second & Green Tavern: 2nG Beer School w/ Foothills Brewery Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Karaoke Village Square Tap House: Live Guest DJ

Sat Feb 18, 2017

Maria’s provides everything you need for your next event… FOOD • WINE • STAFF • RENTALS From classic to contemporary cuisine and wine prices starting at just $5.50 a bottle please visit out website at marialovesfood.com

ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Center Point Showroom: Horsepower Annual Gala & Silent Auction Eclection: Children’s Book Signing: Betty Davis Greensboro Marriott Downtown: Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours Hq Greensboro: Saturday Tarot Readings Norvell Theater: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Scales Fine Arts Center, Wake Forest University: HSDanse Community Movement Class and Open Rehearsal St. John’s Lutheran Church : Daddy Daughter Dance Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Stephen D. Hyers Theatre in the Greensboro Cultural Center: Circus Arts Class for ages 7- Adult Taylor Theatre: Antigone U.S. Cellular: Cole Swindell Watson Hall - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Rhapsodies for Clarinet and Piano Yadkin Cultural Arts Center: Guys & Dolls

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Dalton’s Crossing isn’t just a place to shop, it’s an experience!

Classic & Unique Styles along with Stylish Accessories Now carrying Brighton Jewelry & Watches! 102/104 E. Dalton Road, (Downtown) King, NC Tel: 336-985-5464 daltonscrossing.com M-F 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-3pm In case of inclement weather or special events - call ahead. LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED

• Tavern, Loft, Porch, 106 Barnhardt St. and Beer Garden Greensboro • Now OPEN for LUNCH! (336) 285-9391 • Th-1/2 OFF Bottles of Wine • BRUNCH (11:30a-4p) (Located in South End Downtown Greensboro) on Sundays Where Bistro Meets Tavern • Valentine’s Day Dinner Feb 14 - with great couples specials

• Karaoke (9p-1a) Fri. nights

Featuring Get Vocal Entertainment Triad

Join us! SUPERBOWL Feb 5th DUKE vs UN C Basketball Feb 9th

Dining with a Delicious Twist!

Make an event out of any occasion. We cater ALL occasions. 2435 Battleground Ave, Greensboro, NC | 366-288-7585 | oakcrestrestaurant.com

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ch or Featured sandwi salad & drink

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324 S. Elm Street Greensboro NC 336.617.5922 www.thewonelm.com HOURS: Tue – Thurs: 11am – 10pm Fri & Sat: 11am – 11pm; Sun: 12pm – 8pm The W on Elm is proud to announce their new GM and Assistant GM Gary & Iris Rello. They bring on board a whole new team and a new broad and deliciously priced accommodating menu. With years of experience in the restaurant and event industry they have major changes to The W on Elm. Starting February 1st, The W on Elm will be open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch, happy hour, dinner, and late nite.

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615 Saint George Square Ct., Ste. 121, W-S Off Hanes Blvd. across from the Wynnsong 12 Movie Theater

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Reservations suggested but not required

(Sunday Buy 1 get 2nd sushi roll for 1/2 price)

Sun: $5 Mimosas & Bloody Marys Mon: All Draft Beer $3 Tue: $5 Martini Cocktails Wed: $6 Selected Cocktails Thur: Half Price Wine by the Glass

Price Range: $7- $30

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LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: DJSK Bull’s Tavern: Soul Jam GIA : Sarah Strable Second & Green Tavern: 2nG Toga Party with DJ HekYeh The Deck at River Twist: The Plaids

Sun Feb 19, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Stained Glass Playhouse: “Taling Bones” play for Black History Month Taylor Theatre: Antigone Triad Stage at the Pyrle: The Price Yadkin Cultural Arts Center: Guys & Dolls

Mon Feb 20, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Cooper’s Ale House: Kids Eat Free Eclection: Crafting Night High Point C of C: Novant Health Bariatric Surgical Seminar Triad Lanes: Dollar Mania LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Hutch and Harris Pub: Hutch Team Trivia Stumble Stilskins: Bingo Night Tee Time Sports & Spirits: S.I.N. Night

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Tue Feb 21, 2017

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ARTS / FAMILY Emma Key’s: Kids’ Meals for 99 Cents Pleasant Garden United Methodist Church: Senior Program and Lunch BUSINESS NETWORKING The Piedmont Club: Cup of KNOW: Killing Sales Myths The Piedmont Club: Supercharge your Sales The Piedmont Club: THE PIEDMONT WOMENS FORUM (PWF) PRESENTS WALKING BY FAITH FOR YOUR BUSINESS

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FOOTHILLS BREWING JADE IPA

From Spencer: We kick off the year with one of the best beers made in the state! The Foothills Jade is named after the Pacific Jade Hop but also is dry-hopped with Chinook and Citra hops. This is a dry IPA that has big notes of tropical fruit and pine aromas. Moderate to heavy on the bitterness that pours a nice white cap head. The finish has a peppery mouthful that blends in perfectly with the body. This is how an IPA is made to perfection.

From Tim: We had this on The Less Desirables, and I’ll be honest, I’m not a fan of IPAs. It’s just not my favorite style. But, I appreciate the beer process and you have to give props to Foothills for putting this beer together. I don’t rate only on preference, but on how well the brewer(s) did in staying with the style they were trying to produce. I drank two of these and I did actually enjoy it. Because I think Foothills did a good job with this style and this was a good brew, I’m rating it 3.75 pints out of 5. Continued on page 25

Join us Feb 5th for the SUPER BOWL and Feb 9th - Duke vs UNC Basketball

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College Basket Ball / NHL and All Sports Packages 16 TVs Tue: Trivia Heated Patio Friday: Karaoke Kitchen open until 1:30am daily Catering available for any event Try our House Frilled Wings FEB 24TH with bar staff (Fried/Grilled in house sauce) ary 7 Year Annivers ION AT BR LE CE HOME OF THE TRIAD RUGBY AND ROLLER DERBY AFTER PARTIES

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SMITH & CO.

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with middle class people to help them learn how to break the cycles of poverty. They also have a food pantry and medical clinic. Lisa states, “To me, they are an excellent organization to support.” Customers include couples looking for furniture, antique dealers, and glass collectors. “Consignment is great for smart shoppers.” Lisa keeps the store clean and receives compliments on the “pleasant” atmosphere. “One of the biggest compliments I receive is about how good it smells in here. They enjoy the cozy atmosphere. Many shoppers indicate that they would like to grab a cup of coffee and just stick around for a while. This is exactly how I want them to feel.” Although it is hard work, she sees the rewards by remaining customer-focused. “We want customers to be relaxed and have a great experience.” Lisa starts taking Spring items February 1. Smith & Co. Consignment receives consignment items by appointment only during normal operating hours. Shop Hours: Tuesday-Wednesday-10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday-10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-Saturday- 10 a.m.-5 p.m. For further information, please contact Smith & Co. Consignment at (336) 4975290, smithandcoconsignment@gmail. com, or www.smithandcompanyconsignment.com. Smith & Co. Consignment is located at 1515 Union Cross Road, Kernersville, NC.

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LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Benders Tavern: Trivia Cooper’s Ale House: Taco Tuesday Pinky’s Pub: Taco Tuesday Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Buds & Bingo The Brewer’s Kettle: Trivia The W on Elm: Ballroom and Latin Dance Revolution

Wed Feb 22, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Hanesbrands Theatre: Triad Stage Presents...Having Our Say Taylor Theatre: Antigone Watson Hall - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Focus on Chamber Music: Concert 1 LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE beerthirty: Beer Pairings Pinky’s Pub: Movie Night Pinky’s Pub: Sliders and Beer Pairing Print Works Bistro: Mussels, Wine & Music Stumble Stilskins: Mancub Trivia

Thu Feb 23, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Dana Auditorium: Greensboro Symphony Tanger Outlets Masterworks Series Lee Street Theatre: The Diary of Anne Frank Patrons Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: Unc School Of The Arts: “There Are Crimes And Crimes” By August Strindberg Regal Greensboro Grande Stadium 16: Triad Jewish Film Festival presents ‘To Life!’ Taylor Theatre: Antigone The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Winter Dance Concert BUSINESS NETWORKING The Piedmont Club: Business Referral Breakfast The Piedmont Club: Small Business Showcase The Piedmont Club: Triad After Work Social LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Bull’s Tavern: Travis Griggs & Friends GIA : Thomas Linger Jazz Trio Harper’s Restaurant: Trivia Night Johnny & Junes Saloon: DJ Snow and $1 Drinks O.Henry Hotel: Thursday Night Cocktails and Jazz Pinky’s Pub: Trivia Thursdays! Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Bike Night Thai Harmony: College Night Thursday

Fri Feb 24, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Carolina Theatre: Rockin’ Road To Dublin Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Cross Creek Country Club: Arts Ball Lee Street Theatre: The Diary of Anne Frank Norvell Theater: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Patrons Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: Unc School Of The Arts: “There Are Crimes And Crimes” By August Strindberg Taylor Theatre: Antigone The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Winter Dance Concert Village Inn Event Center: Hispanic League Beating Hearts Zumbathon Charity Event LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Eddie & Will beerthirty: Live Music with Corey Hilman

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YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD PUB

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Spencer Davis is owner of his family’s company, City Beverage, which has been selling fine beer and wine since 1946. They’re located at 915 Burke Street in Winston-Salem and on the web at www.citybeverage.com. Tim Beeman is co-owner, co-host and producer of The Less Desirables Podcast and The Less Desirables Podcast Network ft. The Less Desirables, Fan Interference, The Beer Dads, The Man Who Ate the Town and Sipping NC: The Art of Drinking podcasts. Find out more on the TLD Network page, www. tldpodnetwork.com.

All Sports Packages Available • 30 TVs • Private Rooms Available College Sports, NHL and NFL Playoff games

SUPERBOWL Feb 5

Duke vs UNC B’ball Feb 9 GREAT FOOD & GOOD TIMES

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SUNDAY - NFL $6 Jagerbomb $10 Domestic Buckets

WEDNESDAY (cont.) $2.50 Bud Light draft $4 Well drinks

MONDAY - Kids Eat Free 4-8pm $10 Import Pitchers $7 Domestic Pitchers

THURSDAY 1/2 price wine $6 LIT

TUESDAY - $1.50 Taco $2.50 XX draft $2.50 Corona & Corona Light

FRIDAY $4 Fireball $3 Red Oak

WEDNESDAY - Burger Night $6 Burger (includes 1 side) $6 Yuengling / 1/2 price wine Miller Lite Pitchers

SATURDAY $4 SoCo Lime $3.50 Bells 2 Hearted BAND or DJ!

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415 S. Swing Road., GSB • 336.855.7505 • Open Everyday 11a-2a Detailed event information available at www.336events.com | 25


Benders Tavern: Karaoke Bull’s Tavern: Music Club hosted by Doug Davis Cooper’s Ale House: Karaoke Greensboro Coliseum Complex - Arena: Brantley Gilbert Pinky’s Pub: Karaoke Fridays Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Karaoke The Deck at River Twist: Bare the Traveler Village Square Tap House: Live Guest DJ

Sat Feb 25, 2017

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ARTS / FAMILY Catawba Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: “The Man of Mode” by George Etherege Courtney Baptist Church: Yadkin Christian Ministries Country Breakfast Dana Auditorium: Greensboro Symphony Tanger Outlets Masterworks Series Dance Project: HSDanse Community Dance Class and Open Rehearsal Greensboro Marriott Downtown: Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours High Point Museum: The Digital Library on American Slavery Lee Street Theatre: The Diary of Anne Frank Norvell Theater: A Midsummer Night’s Dream Patrons Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: Unc School Of The Arts: “There Are Crimes And Crimes” By August Strindberg Taylor Theatre: Antigone The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Winter Dance Concert Watson Hall - UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Chrysalis Chamber Music Institute: Students with Teachers Yadkin Cultural Arts Center: MerleFest On The Road FESTIVAL / OUTDOORS Northeast Park: Northeast Park Duathlon Northeast Park: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Half Marathon Wet N Wild Emerald Pointe: Triad Chill Polar Plunge for Special Olympics NC Castle McCulloch: The Castle Presents: Mardi Gras, The Fire Show LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE 6th and Vine: Mezza Voce Bull’s Tavern: Fruit Smoothie Trio Craft City Sip-In: Shiloh Hill GIA : Sarah Strable GIA : Wine Tasting Sirah, Shirac Greensboro Coliseum Complex: Twenty One Pilots O.Henry Hotel: Jazz Series:Benjamin Matlack and the New Artists The Deck at River Twist: Norlina

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Robert Charles Kirnard, CPA Tax Preparation when EXPERIENCE Counts

• Over 30 years multi state experience • Free 1 year subscription to LegalSheild with tax returns $600 and up

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Arts & Shopping in M Christophers • 336-722-4520 Gazebo • 336-725-7178 Wm McCalls• 336-723-9419 Portraits by Linda Weaver • 336-725-5812 Featured Business...

336-306-8412 Courtesy of Triad Local • Triadlocalnc.com —Regional Visitors and New Residents Guide

The practice areas of the Law Offices of Fred T. Hamlet include:

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Fred T. Hamlet ATTORNEYS AT LAW

Fred Hamlet

Nicole Patino

Labor and Employment Attorneys

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• ADA • ADEA • Arbitration Law • COBRA • Constitutional Law • Drug Testing • EEOC • Employee Handbooks • Employment Agreements • Employment Discrimination • Employment-At-Will • ERISA • FLSA • FMLA • Labor Strikes

• Libel/Slander • NLRA • Non-compete and Restrictive Covenant Litigation • OSHA • RLA • Sexual Harassment prevention and litigation • Title VII • Unemployment Law • Union Elections and Negotiations • Wage and Hour • Workplace Investigations

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BABY BOLO’z cooking passion. George’s mother, who passed away from dementia, attended UNC Pembroke and often reflected on the beauty of North Carolina. Lopez also appreciates the scenery of our area. Lopez is also a caregiver for his longtime friend Cheryl. They met at age 13. Cheryl is a cancer survivor and has multiple sclerosis. Cheryl and George state that the ingredients in his All Natural Baby Bolo’z Cilantro Hot Sauce and Marinade (approved and licensed through the Department of Agriculture) helps contain inflammation and other symptoms, providing many other health benefits She is a vibrant soul and has a winning attitude that is inspiring. George, 52, has led a diverse life. At age 22, he began taking cross country bus trips to learn and perfect his trade. He has lived and worked in several locations, including Beverly Hills, CA, Coral Gables, FL, New York, Ohio, Colorado Springs, Co, and New Jersey. George has cooked for body builders, entertainment stars, and was an extra in a Rap Video with Ice T and Ice Cube for the movie Trespass. He’s competed in Strongman competitions and raced muscle cars. Lopez served almost 10 years in prison. George cooked for inmates, wardens, and guards. Everyone who sampled his dishes knew that “magic” was being created. George is the ultimate bounce back person. He has survived 30 injuries and 13 operations. A tiny pair of crutches hangs on the wall from when he was hit by a car the first time at age 7. George was recently using a walker. Through a mixture of his Baby Bolo’z sauce and Biofreeze plus the power of positive suggestion, he is healthier today.

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Lopez started his business as a one person operation and has remained true to serving all. Lopez gives back to the community, feeding the homeless. “Cook it and they will come.” He believes that no one should go hungry. His passion for helping others and sharing is obvious from the moment you walk into Baby Bolo’z. Lopez is attempting to reach out to the Cuban community through the historical and cultural societies in Greensboro. “You got to have love and passion (Cubans call it Sazon) that you can taste in the food”. The taste, the pleasant aroma and excellent Cuban coffee, combined with a winning smile, will make one come back to Baby Bolo’z often. All generations eat at Baby Bolo’z. He is building a patio that will include outdoor seating in the spring. Personal creations include Baked Empanadas (a personal favorite) - Chicken, Turkey, and Pork; Cubinis - (mini Cuban Sandwiches) with slow oven roasted pork; Pinwheel Panini Wraps (Black Forest ham, pepperoni, spinach, marinated roasted peppers with 4-cheese blend); and Cuban Cordon Bleu Panini Wrap (Black Forest ham, chicken, and Swiss or Provolone cheese). Each wrap or sandwich is $2.50; 2 for $5.00; 6 - $15.00; and 12 - $30.00 with a FREE container of Baby Bolo’z sauce. Delivery is available. You must book 1 day in advance. Baby Bolo’z is available for light catering. For further information, please call George Lopez at (908) 577-7539 or go to: Facebook or babyboloz.wix.com/hotsauce. Baby Bolo’z is located at 2805 B Pinecroft Road, Greensboro, NC.

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WINERY / BREWERY Raffaldini Vineyards: Barrel Tasting with the Winemaker - Wine Club Members Only Raffaldini Vineyards: Vosca Wine and Cheese Celebration

Sun Feb 26, 2017

DESIGN AND PRINT From conception to completion! • Brochures • Magazines • Print Ads • Door Hangers • Business Cards • Newsletters • Logo Design • Menus

Mon Feb 27, 2017

• Rack Cards • Vinyl Banners • Yard Signs

ARTS / FAMILY Highland Presbyterian Church: Everlasting God: A Festival of Music based on Isaiah 40 Patrons Theatre, Performance Place - UNCSA: Unc School Of The Arts: “There Are Crimes And Crimes” By August Strindberg Taylor Theatre: Antigone The Stevens Center of the UNCSA: UNC School of the Arts: Winter Dance Concert FESTIVAL / OUTDOORS Meridian Restaurant: 10th Anniversary/Mardi Gras party WINERY / BREWERY Raffaldini Vineyards: Vosca Wine and Cheese Celebration

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ARTS / FAMILY Cooper’s Ale House: Kids Eat Free Eclection: Crafting Night Novant Health Kernersville Medical Center: Novant Health Bariatric Surgical Seminar Triad Lanes: Dollar Mania LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Hutch and Harris Pub: Hutch Team Trivia Stumble Stilskins: Bingo Night Tee Time Sports & Spirits: S.I.N. Night

Tue Feb 28, 2017

ARTS / FAMILY Emma Key’s: Kids’ Meals for 99 Cents Watson Hall - UNCSA: School of the Arts: Horn Studio Recital LIVE MUSIC / NIGHTLIFE Benders Tavern: Trivia Cooper’s Ale House: Taco Tuesday GIA : Wine Dinner: Schug Hutch and Harris Pub: Hutch and Harris Anniversary New OrleansThemed Party Lucky 32: Songs from a Southern Kitchen Pinky’s Pub: Taco Tuesday Tee Time Sports & Spirits: Buds & Bingo The Brewer’s Kettle: Trivia The W on Elm: Ballroom and Latin Dance Revolution

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Visit the Regional Visitors Center at the High Point Convention & Visitors Bureau on the Second Saturday and Last Tuesday of each month to enjoy family friendly activities! Food & Beverages Fun for All Ages Prizes and Giveaways Find us on Facebook at Visit High Point for upcoming event details!

1634 N. MAIN ST., SUITE 102 HIGH POINT, NC 27262 336.884.5255

THIS MONTH’S Business After Hours

EVENT Thu. Feb. 23 6 - 8 pm

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200 Second St NW 19th floor of BB&T Building Winston-Salem Parking available in parking garage under building. Only Food provided Beer and Wine will be on special (not provided) Business Expo and Networking TriadAfterWorkSocial.com Call 336.285.0158 for exhibitor information Detailed event information available at www.336events.com | 31


Tuesdays are now

DATE NIGHTS!

Join us Tuesday evenings in January, February and March and indulge in some of the areas select restaurants’

Signature Dishes at up to

50% OFF!

A great opportunity to enhance and broaden your dining experience - try something NEW!

Winston-Salem Date: Feb. 7, 2017. Greensboro Dates: Feb. 21, 28 and Mar. 7, 14, 21, 2017.

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