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Climb the stairs, walk past the signs that read “Drunks Keep Out,” and “Please Be Quiet,” and you may suspect that this is an abode that has a history.

Indeed it does. Charlie and Ruth Jones’ 4,000-square-foot apartment at 614 S. Elm Street, above Deal Printing, started out in the 1890s as the Craven Hotel. The signs, Ruth speculates, were put up in the 1920s.

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Peculiar People In the News

Jazz musical adds diversity to the season

Jazz musical adds diversity to the season

Jeri Rowe of News & Record explores our diverse and exciting jazz musical, “Merry Christmas & All That Jazz”.

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Greensboro Grub - News & Record

Greensboro Grub - News & Record

News & Record takes an in depth look at the Greensboro Grub.  The detailed account takes a look at prep work, appetizers, the main course,… read more.

Deck the Halls Victorian Style - News & Record

Deck the Halls Victorian Style - News & Record

Only God could arrange such a fine article for our first major performance in Greensboro!  Our major local newspaper (the News & Record) send… read more.

Downtown Digs: Peculiar People - 99 Blocks

Downtown Digs: Peculiar People - 99 Blocks

We were so excited to have been chosen by a local downtown magazine, 99 Blocks for a section they call “Downtown Digs.”  They came… read more.

Greensboro’s Peculiar People - Latitude

Greensboro’s Peculiar People - Latitude

This personal and revealing article appeared in a local Arts and Entertainment magazine about Peculiar People.  Latitude Magazine has readership… read more.

A very different sort of dinner party - YES! Weekly

A very different sort of dinner party - YES! Weekly

Another exciting article written about Greensboro Grub and the “wonders” thereof.  Brian Clarey, the editor of Yes! Weekly is the King… read more.