May 23, 2013 The Washington Post by Amanda Erickson, associate editor of the Atlantic’s urban affairs Web site, Atlantic Cities.
Our very own Last Bite is mentioned as one of the highlights of Amanda Erickson’s visit to Winston-Salem:
“I began my visit here at Sweet Potatoes restaurant on North Trade Street…
After my meal, I stopped at a local bead store for an impromptu jewelry-making lesson, then visited Inter_Section Gallery, an avant-garde exhibition space with artist housing on the second floor.
Illustrated haikus mimicking the sparse pen-and-ink Asian calligraphy hung from the walls. In one, a simple painting of a luscious peach is accompanied by these words:
A thumb and finger
slip into her mouth
the last bite
Afterward, I stopped for a coffee at Krankies, a local coffee shop/bar/music venue/art space housed in an old warehouse where musicians once squatted…”
Congratulations again Bob Moyer, Guntram Porps and Mona Wu!