Triad City Beat This Week: Aug. 17, 2016



The editorial staff dives into the course offerings at Triad area colleges and surfaces with the most obscure, weird and fascinating classes in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


affordable housing construction• Public housing to be replaced by mixed-income units

• Affordable housing under construction, up for a vote

• High Point Journal: New boutique and wine shop emphasizes social good, community



The ivy choked the life out of its tree, and it crashed through an electrical line. (photo by Jordan Green(

• Editorial: Actual election fraud

• It Just Might Work: If Duke Energy would just remove the ivy

• Fresh Eyes: The world behind the windows

• Editor’s Notebook: Greensboro Fashion Week moves through downtown


20160814_142314• Citizen Green: Why is the GOP so obsessed with race?

• Fun & Games: BADD rolls Gate City in blocking party




LeBauer Park rosé• Food: Flavors of Hawaii exceed already high expectations

• Barstool: Drinking in the park, legally

• Music: Ed E. Ruger returns for the ‘guerilla grind’

• Art: SECCA welcomes a new development director


Triad City Beat This Week comes out every Wednesday with links to stories in that week’s issue.