Hey, you came back! Your hair looks longer; you’ve got a nice glow! Is it just me or is this woven thing really doing wonders for your skin?
This week, we’ll be hearing from two young women that work at UNCG’s Bryan School. First up is Mary Lesa Pegg, who many would consider to be Greensboro’s most involved citizen. She’ll be telling you all about how she got involved in a new community. Next, we’ll take a break to do some brewery rankings. I’m really excited about this three-part series; unsurprisingly, we had a blast working on it, and I can’t wait to hear your input.
After that, we’ll hear from Lizzy Tahsuda, who I first met upon hearing her speak about millennials in the workplace. As a fellow millennial, I’m happy to have her as representation for our generation: she’s well-spoken and makes an interesting argument as to why our “lazy, unfocused” reputation is undeserved. Lastly, I take a trip to Revolution Cycle, home of the weekly “Fuck Ron O’Clock” happy hour, to meet the cheerful mischief maker of Spring Garden.
Thanks for sticking around. I hope you continue to enjoy woven as much I enjoy putting it together. If you have story ideas or are interested in contributing, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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