• Unfinished Business, indeed.

    The Weekender, March 6-8: Phoning It In edition

    Friday, March 6, 2015

    Oh man, am I running late today, in part due to our awesome anniversary party at SECCA last night and in part because I spent too much time looking at…

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    Police chief finalists include insider, Oakland ...

    Friday, March 6, 2015

    The search for a new Greensboro police chief has narrowed to two finalists, and while the city is not publicly providing any details, a source close to the…

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    The accused

    Wednesday, March 4, 2015

    Nathan Wilson spent 11 months in jail on a murder charge before the DA dropped the case due to lack of evidence by Jordan Green Nathan Wilson walked…

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    Panelists contextualize Islam in wake of recent ...

    Wednesday, March 4, 2015

    by Jordan Green Panelists at Wake Forest University attempt to set the record straight on Islam following a recent anti-Muslim incident directed at the Muslim chaplain and a…

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  • Richard Boyd, center, brought on stage everyone involved with Cash Bash for a rousing “Ring of Fire.”

    Everybody loves Johnny Cash

    Wednesday, March 4, 2015

    by Brian Clarey Nobody fills a doorframe like Richard Boyd, who early on the night of Feb. 27 positioned himself at the end of the long hallway that…

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The Weekender, March 6-8: Phoning It In edition

Unfinished Business, indeed.

Oh man, am I running late today, in part due to our awesome anniversary party at SECCA last night and in part because I spent too much time looking at the free Vince Vaughan downloadable clip-art. Vaughn, no stranger to phoning it in, would likely approve.

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Police chief finalists include insider, Oakland deputy chief

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The search for a new Greensboro police chief has narrowed to two finalists, and while the city is not publicly providing any details, a source close to the search has told Triad City Beat who’s in the running. Read More

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Triad City Beat This Week: March 4, 2015

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A High Point man spent 11 months in jail on a charge of murder before the Guilford County District Attorney dismissed the charge due to lack of evidence. Senior Editor Jordan Green tracks the story of how the case against Nathan Wilson fell apart in this week’s cover story, which was produced through Triad City Beat‘s investigative journalism program.

NEWS

Griggs2 copy• Panelists contextualize Islam in wake of recent hostilities

• Skatepark teams moves forward behind the scenes

• High Point Journal: Core city administrator position under review

 

OPINION

Sayaka & Anthony photo• Editorial: The walled university

• It Just Might Work: Slutwalks

• Fresh Eyes: My ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ story

• Editor’s Notebook: How we work now

COLUMNS

jeff• Exile on Jones Street: Things fall apart*

• Citizen Green: ‘New boards always want to choose their own leaders’

• Good Sport: Unused memories and the relocation of time

• All She Wrote: Patchouligate

CULTURE

IMG_8844 copy• Food: Reinventing the chocolate printing press

• Barstool: Wolfgang Puck Pizza Bar

• Music: Everybody loves Johnny Cash

• Art: Lee Street Bloc party

• Stage & Screen: Film highlights need for a renaissance

Triad City Beat This Week comes out every Wednesday with links to that day’s paper . Get it delivered to your inbox by clicking here.

 

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The accused

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Nathan Wilson spent 11 months in jail on a murder charge before the DA dropped the case due to lack of evidence

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Nathan Wilson walked out of the High Point jail at about 9 p.m. on Feb. 25, just as a winter weather system was about to dump about six inches of snow on the Carolina Piedmont, after exactly 11 months of detention on a murder charge since his first appearance in court on March 25, 2014. The decision came as a surprise to Dolly Manion, Wilson’s lawyer, who received a phone call at noon advising her to be in court at 2 p.m.

“This case has left a permanent scar on our system of justice,” Manion said. She added that the district attorney’s handling of the case amounts to a “travesty.” Read More

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Panelists contextualize Islam in wake of recent hostilities

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Panelists at Wake Forest University attempt to set the record straight on Islam following a recent anti-Muslim incident directed at the Muslim chaplain and a backlash against a plan to issue the Muslim call to prayer at Duke University.

Many of the questions submitted to panelists on notecards were framed in a manner critical to Islam, underscoring the need for a program entitled “Islamophobia: The Anatomy of Intolerance” at Wait Chapel on the campus of Wake Forest University on Monday evening. Read More

IN PRINT

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The accused

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Nathan Wilson spent 11 months in jail on a murder charge before the DA dropped the case due to lack of evidence by Jordan Green Nathan Wilson walked…

Khalid Griggs et al credit Jordan Green

Panelists contextualize Islam in wake of recent hostilities

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

by Jordan Green Panelists at Wake Forest University attempt to set the record straight on Islam following a recent anti-Muslim incident directed at the Muslim chaplain and a…

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