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The Final Countdown: Our Annual Top Ten

January 2, 2020

We wrote them, and you liked them! While we discovered some amazing people, places and things this year in High Point, there were some posts you couldn’t get enough of. Here are the Top Ten posts from our blog and social media sites that you, our dear readers, liked best. If you missed one, check out the stories now.

10. Eleven Ways to Eat, Sleep and Play in the Furniture Capital

A map of North Carolina with the words "High Point" in focus.

9. Santa Cliff is Coming to Town

Santa Cliff, a man dressed as Santa Claus, sits in front of a tree looking in a book.
“Naughty or Nice?”

8. Voices Discovered | Uncle Cheesecake

Daniel Gray sits at a table with cheesecake on it, wearing a shirt that says "Uncle Cheesecake" in front of a blackboard with a menu that says "Uncle Cheesecake."

7. Top 10 Beautiful Places to Worship

Wesleyan Memorial Church in High Point, a stone church steeple against a blue sky.

6. Catalyst for Creativity: HP365

Plant 7, a building in High Point sits in the twilight, with rows of lit windows.

5. Voices Discovered | Tu and Todd Sen

Tu Sen, owner of 98 Asian Bistro, wears a silk kimono over a black dress, and stands in the restaurant in front of a Buddha statue.

4. Panther Pride | 6 Ways HPU has Transformed Our City

An aerial shot of the High Point University campus.

3. Outstanding Student | Isaiah Tatum

Isaiah Tatum, a student in High Point at T. W. Andrews High School leans on a wall, smiling.

2. The High Point Rockers

A picture of the High Point Rockers field with several players at home plate.

1. Voices Discovered | Benji Morris

Benji Morris of Turpentine Shine leans on a guitar, standing in the middle of the road.

We can’t wait to bring you more exciting discoveries in the new year!

Keep Discovering our High Points,

The HPD Team

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