After nearly five weeks of voting, the readers of Strange Carolinas have named The Groovy Goose North Carolina's BestThrift/Consignment Shop. Vintage To Vogue Boutique came in second place and The Wonder Shop came in third place.
For two weeks, readers of Strange Carolinas were invited to nominate their favorite North Carolina thrift/consignment Shops. From February 25th to March 15th, readers were invited to vote for their favorite thrift/consignment Shops from the ten ent
Welcome to our favorite issue of the year, The Triad’s Best! As many of you may know, this is our biggest and favorite issue all year, and something we spend several months working on. With almost 150,000 votes cast, voters set a record in participation for the 2019 Triad’s Best. We also added additional categories including an LGBTQ section, which we are super proud of. While you’ll see familiar winners, we hope this issue will be an opportunity for you to discover many newc
GREENSBORO — Downtown businesses are coming together to raise money for the Interactive Resource Center, a non-profit downtown day shelter that assists those experiencing homelessness and poverty. The initiative is called Givesboro. "It came about with a group of small businesses downtown getting together. We wanted to do something that was giving back to the community," said Jennifer Graf, owner of the downtown shop Vintage to Vogue Boutique. Read full article #NewsandRecord
Greensboro, N.C.– Givesboro is a fundraising campaign that encourages individuals to lift up their community by giving back to those in need. Small Businesses of Downtown Greensboro are coming together to raise money for the local non-profit, Interactive Resource Center (IRC). The initiative is “Communities coming together, giving back in Greensboro.” There are over 40 downtown businesses participating and it is expected to grow with additional businesses joining the fundrai
“Many downtown residents are unhappy with the way the city has been handling things, and not just the situation with Café Europa,” said Jenn Graf, owner of Vintage to Vogue Boutique at 124 N. Davie Street in Greensboro, when I asked her why she was inviting people to show up at her shop this past week. There, citizens of Greensboro and Europa supporters gathered and were photographed holding a whiteboard on which they expressed questions they had regarding Europa and other de
Downtown Greensboro Businesses Host Trick-Or-Treating For The Community October 28, 2017 On a beautiful Saturday afternoon in Downtown Greensboro, the city streets were filled with Superheroes, Ninja Turtles, a giraffe and even a baby President! Jennifer Graf of Vintage To Vogue and Downtown Greensboro, Inc. partnered with other businesses Downtown to bring "Downtown Greensboro Trick-Or-Treat" to the community. The event is in its second year and Jennifer stated that "it is a
On Oct. 28 in Greensboro, bring the family to trick-or-treat at participating Downtown Greensboro businesses. This event is hosted by Vintage to Vogue and Downtown Greensboro. From 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. come dressed in your costume and/or get your face painted at Vintage to Vogue Boutique. Candy bags (while supplies last) and lists of participating businesses will also be available to pick up at Vintage to Vogue Boutique. Then, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. hit the streets and fill