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News

During campaign stop in GSO, VP Kamala Harris talks support for Biden as protesters linger outside

Vice President Kamala Harris spoke at James B. Dudley High School in Greensboro on July 11 as part of a national tour to promote the Biden-Harris campaign and spoke out against former President Donald Trump. 

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GALLERY: Protesters gather outside of VP Kamala Harris’ visit to Greensboro

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Triad City Beat wins two NC Press Association Awards, is up for two national awards

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Communities across N.C. work to curb suicides amid worsening mental health crisis

Culture

Culture

At Greensboro’s Silent Book Club, low pressure reading is the goal

Rather than all of its members reading the same book, what differentiates the Silent Book Club from others is that participants read different books based on their own tastes and at their own speeds. There is no set schedule to read a certain amount or questions to discuss. 

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‘Come by and visit’: The Triad’s smallest galleries let people bring and take art for free

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‘People need to talk about it’: Free writing workshops in GSO will focus on Black maternal health stories

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At the Experience India festival, sights, sounds and spices enticed hundreds in downtown Greensboro

Opinion

Opinion

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: To protect democracy, we need to back Biden

I hear you. After seeing clips from the now infamous June 27 presidential debate, it is hard to root for Biden, who is not all that convincing and appears to be in declining health. But I’m begging you, please, don’t jump off this ship.

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EDITORIAL: Project 2025 — Saying the quiet part out loud

Opinion

Age of Madness: America is a contradiction. How do we solve it?

Opinion

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: The myth of the deserving

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Party Like It’s the Turn of the Century at the Children’s Museum in Downtown Greensboro

This July, let the DJ spin you back in time to another era, by attending Party Like It’s 1999 at the Miriam P. Brenner Children’s Museum.

Downtown Greensboro’s Place for Play Turns 25

CasaShanti on Trade Street is a spiritual practitioner’s safe haven

Make no mis-steak: Serve high-end restaurant-quality meals at home with products from Southern Foods

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Japanese WWII flags found by the GSO History Museum tell the story of loss, family trauma and reconciliation

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‘The ultimate job’: Black fathers reflect on parenting, masculinity, raising sons

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Poppin’ tags: Your guide to thrifting in the Triad