Bruce Davis, Pete Glidewell and Jim Roberts (l-r) are competing in the Democratic primary for the 6th Congressional District (photo by Jordan Green) by Joanna Rutter Three Democratic…
For Vrooommm!, Triad Stage enlisted female actors to play male NASCAR drivers, to great effect. (photo by Bert VanderVeen) by Joanna Rutter “You’re the man.” “No. Trust me. You…
by Anthony Harrison
The Greensboro Transit Authority unveiled a Carolina Panthers-themed bus at the Pounding to Victory community rally held in Center City Park at noon today. If you didn’t make it, don’t fret: Triad City Beat was on hand to snap some photos.
Transitioning from a being renter to a homeowner is the true hallmark of adulthood for many. It can also be a time-consuming and somewhat intimidating process, especially if you aren’t sure what to expect. Kevin Cooke, a mortgage broker with Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group, and Sheryl Beauregard, a broker with Keller Williams, each offered five tips to get first-time buyers into their dream homes. Read More
NEST Editor Alex Klein talks shop with Landscape Architect Jeff Allen
“Pin, pin, pin, pin, pin.”
The comedian Iliza Shlesinger has a bit in her latest comedy special, Feezing Hot, about falling down the rabbit hole on Pinterest and her subsequent descent into madness that is over-the-top and hilarious — but like all good comedy, there more than a smidge of truth at its core. Read More
by Sam Rose
Sutlers were the original purveyors of provisions, goods and of course, spirits in against-all-odds events. Housing their businesses in makeshift tents directly next to the front lines, they traveled to the most remote locales to make sure the military was provided for during combat.
It was with this history and background knowledge that local interior designer Amanda Brown went to work. “I knew what I wanted to do before I even met with Scot.” (Scot Sanborn is the owner of Sutler’s Spirit Co.) Read More
We’ll publish the results in the next print issue of Triad City Beat!
Bruce Davis, Pete Glidewell and Jim Roberts (l-r) are competing in the Democratic primary for the 6th Congressional District (photo by Jordan Green)
by Joanna Rutter
Three Democratic candidates made their case for why they should replace Rep. Mark Walker in the US House during a forum hosted by the Young Democrats of Guilford County in Greensboro on Wednesday. Read More
by Brian Clarey photos by Caleb Smallwood The lights are on again at Reynolds Tower, strong spots marking the outlines and crenellations that bring to life what had…
Arguments in the state voter ID trial came to a close on Monday afternoon, with compelling arguments from both sides (see “Sides argue federalism and Jim Crow racism…
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