Fall/Winter Fashion Trends Brought Down Home and Down to Earth From the Catwalk

  Get fashion-friendly and gear up for the colder weather with these trendsetting tips. Streamline this season’s stylish autumnal and winterish trends with your own seasonal wardrobe. Bring what’s in vogue down-home and down-to-earth to suit your style. From pantsuits to power pleats, step out confidently in an empowered, independent businesswoman look. Get the style […]

Caffeine Fix in Forsyth: 5 Coffee Shops You Need to Know About

Coffee. Joe. Java. Mud. Bean Juice. Rocket Fuel.   No matter what you call it, the world seems to run on coffee and our community is no exception. Forsyth County is home to some truly high caliber and unique locally owned coffee shops brewing up their best for you! This month, we surveyed Forsyth Woman […]

Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Let’s Get Personal

BY BRENT GROCE   By now we’ve all done or donated to many “walks for a cause.”  These events have certainly been a powerful strategy to mobilize people and money for good works.  There’s a risk, though, that folks get “donor fatigue” with so many fundraisers.  (Or maybe it’s just me…) As much as you […]

Salem Plastic Surgery and Renewal Med Spa: Real-life results at every age!

PHOTOS BY JEJ PHOTOS  Exploring cosmetic surgery can be one of the most personal journeys you’ll ever make, and it’s certainly a venture you want to keep as real as possible! Keeping things real is the primary mission at Salem Plastic Surgery as well.  The talented, trusted, and personable staff knows no potential patient takes […]

Forsyth Mags Foodie Review: Jeffrey Adams on Fourth

PHOTOS AND ARTICLE BY LAUREN SEPHTON At Jeffrey Adams, you’ll find nothing short of a bold and innovative menu that features seasonal ingredients from local farms, including their very own, Andrews’ Farm, in King, NC. To put it simply, the food was amazing, the staff was top-notch, and the atmosphere warmly invited all who passed […]

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Supporting Those With Breast Cancer

  Breast Cancer Awareness Month is this October! From spreading awareness to campaigning and fundraising, there are many helpful ways to support and empower women with breast cancer. BREAST CANCER STATS AND FACTS  As the most common cancer for American women, there is a 1 in 8 chance for women in the US to develop […]

LoveWell Boutique: Faith in the Journey

PHOTOS BY JODIE BRIM I think you will agree that not too many business owners would entrust a teenage girl with their checkbook and then send her to market to choose prom dresses for their boutique! And yet, that is exactly what Anitra Mitchell’s boss did when then high schooler Anitra was working in her […]

Drink Local at Lexington’s Legendary Childress Vineyards

  Having lived in Winston-Salem for over two years, I had heard locals rave about Childress Vineyards and was encouraged to visit many times, but I had never experienced its greatness for myself. One weekend, I bit the bullet and booked an early lunch at the Bistro in the Pavilion, the vineyard’s onsite eatery, not […]

October Brooke Notes

PHOTO BY JODIE BRIM When I was twelve years old, I remember visiting my grandparents at the beach and sitting me down to tell me some scary news. My mamaw had breast cancer. To a twelve-year-old, the word “cancer” was terrifying. I had never known anyone with cancer. Thankfully, she had a lumpectomy and the […]

5 Feel-Good Things to Try in October

  As we trade in our ice cream cones for slices of pumpkin pie, we’ve compiled a short list of activities for this October that we recommend giving a try. Some may merely make you laugh, but overall, we hope to inspire you to find joy in the simplicity of life. As Sweet as Apple […]

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