Up & Coming Weekly

September 19, 2017

Up and Coming Weekly is a weekly publication in Fayetteville, NC and Fort Bragg, NC area offering local news, views, arts, entertainment and community event and business information.

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42 SEPTEMBER 20 - 26, 2017 WWW.UPANDCOMINGWEEKLY.COM GOODS & SERVICES GOODS & SERVICES Best Place to Buy Local Art Cape Fear Studios 148 Maxwell St. (910) 433-2986 or www.capefearstudios.com Cape Fear Studios, located downtown, provides an invaluable opportunity for local artists as well as the community. The nonprofit organization's mission is to involve, educate and enrich Cumberland County and surrounding communities with the opportunity to create and freely view art. One of the main focuses of Cape Fear Studios is providing space for the diverse local artists in the community. As such, two galleries, main and retail, are always full of a wide variety of products. There are paintings, photographs, sculptures, pottery, wood, glass art and jewelry. Buying art here supports the creative mem - bers of the local community. CFS also holds contests and exhibits throughout the year. These contests showcase local talent and also bring renowned national and international artists to the area. Classes are also available for growing artists through the studio. All this sup - port for art and artists translates into plenty of one-of-a-kind local, handmade art, which is available for purchase. Best Framing Shop Best Framing Shop Lisa's Custom Framing 1226 Fort Bragg Rd. (910) 484-3585 or www.lisascustomframing.com Lisa Lofthouse opened Lisa's Custom Framing in 1982. It's been one of Fayette- ville's premier custom framing businesses ever since. In 2008, Fayetteville native Robin Kelly bought the business from Lisa and relocated to the heart of Haymount. Well-known for its creative designs, superior craftsmanship, excellent customer service and competitive pricing, Lisa's Custom Framing has an expert staff that takes pride in providing quality design advice to each customer. The shop carries a diverse selection of mat - ting and frames, and each item is framed using preservation techniques that guarantee items will remain beautiful and protected for years to come. Kelly is passionate about supporting local artists. There is always a large and exciting se - lection of original works in the front gallery as well as prints of local art. On a quarterly basis, the shop hosts "An Evening of Art and Wine" to showcase a local artist. Best Furniture Store (Used) Barefoot Furniture Inc. 1708 Clinton Rd. (910) 483-4712 or www.facebook.com/BarefootFurniture1 Nice furniture does not need to be expensive furniture. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on something straight from the factory floor, visit Barefoot Furniture Inc. The store has something for every home. It features a wide variety of lightly used furniture and appliances, including washers, dryers, lawn mowers, bedroom suites, couches, recliners, dining tables, mattresses, carpets, cabinets and dressers. Its large inventory is varied and ever-changing, but always affordable and high quality. Knowledgeable staff members are dedicated to helping customers navigate the showroom in quests for the perfect new piece. Because there is a constant stream of new items coming in, there is something unique to discover with every visit. With the help of Barefoot Furniture Inc., buying new furniture or moving to a new home does not have to be outrageously expensive. 127 Hay St, Fayetteville, NC 28301 | (910)483-1196 THANK YOU! Security Company Burglar Alarms Fire Alarms Camera Systems Access Control Home Automation Total Connect UL Monitoring Center for the www.HolmesSecurity.net There's No Place Like Holmes! BEST 2 nd year! B E S T OF FAYETTEVILLE B E S T OF FAYETTEVILLE B E S T OF FAYETTEVILLE MyNewDeli.com Thank you for voting us "Best" once again! 2153 Valleygate Dr. (Corner of Robeson st. / Village Dr.) 90% Healthy 100% Delicious

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