Triad City Beat This Week: Feb. 10, 2016



Adam Spooner isn’t exactly a pro at dating — he’s been married for almost a decade — but the High Point native and former OkCupid programmer does know something about setting up dating websites, as Associate Editor Eric Ginsburg discovered in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


DSC_2456Residents offer ideas to ease affordable housing crisis

• No timeframe set for LGBT protection housing ordinance

• High Point Journal: Local committee promotes plan to develop Rich Fork Preserve




maxresdefault• Editorial: Defending our lives

• It Just Might Work: Tackling hunger with a food truck

• Fresh Eyes: Jibreel Khazan’s theory of squirrels

• Editor’s Notebook: The fashion game




kanak_jha• Citizen Green: Ironies of race and representation in GOP redistricting

• Fun & Games: Laurels for teens

• All She Wrote: Love me Tinder: a modern dictionary of dirty talk





IMG_2239• Food: Recreating Corine’s pasta

• Barstool: A spirited session

• Music: There is only one Komander

• Art: Rewriting history with Pan American modernism



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