Here in Rowan County, we have quite an interesting group of people. I love chatting with individuals and scratching just a little bit below the surface. I am so lucky to have so many I call friends, so I reached out to several of them to find some things about Rowan that they enjoy and maybe you might share some of their likes as well.Read More
Month: January 2022
How do we keep from getting flu and/or COVID?
The same principles apply to both flu and COVID, and that is to begin by being as healthy as possible so that your immune system can help you. Maintaining an appropriate body weight, eating healthy foods, and staying physically active are critical to your body performing the way it is built to perform.
Nestled in Downtown Salisbury on W Bank Street is the Grievous Gallery. In my experience, The Grievous Gallery is a melting pot of free spirits and a place to heal and witness eccentric and local art.“You don’t build a business, you build people, then people build the business.”-Zig Ziglar. The people are what makes this place a business. Small businesses are the heart of our community. They are also more sustainable than a chain as most of their products are locally sourced, creating a circular economy. The Grievous Gallery has shattered what we thought we knew about recycling and repurposing through local businesses.Read More
If there is trash on the road, it will find a way into the lake, especially with these winds off the lake. Why there are big gulp cups, beer cans, tobacco tins, and water bottles on the side of the road by the woods is beyond my comprehension. I live on a dead-end road, there is little traffic coming and going, especially during this time of year. Let’s all do our part and take care of our own stuff. Plus, this gave me a great opportunity to hit a few of my resolutions in one fell swoop – exercise, meet neighbors and keep our section of the community clean.Read More
Rail Walk Studios & Gallery at 409 N. Lee St. in Salisbury. Rail Walk Studios and Gallery is only open on Saturdays during the winter, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., and the artists there are planning the next show, working on commissioned art works or using time to realize their creative dreams.Read More