Please excuse my slackness on the Beat today. Pros don’t miss deadlines, and I have demonstrated professionalism today. But if I were going to make excuses I would say that I was up until 2 a.m. last night finishing up a monster investigative project. Look for the fruits of my labor when our paper hits the streets on Wednesday.
Filing opens for High Point City Council elections today.
• The Forward Together Moral Movement holds a get-out-the vote rally at Corpening Plaza, located at 237 W. First St., at 5:30 p.m. The rally coincides with a federal court hearing that began today in Winston-Salem for a request by the state NAACP and other groups to try to block several provisions of a North Carolina’s restrictive new voting law. Look for our coverage of the court case in the paper on Wednesday.
• Shane Key performs at Green Door Wheel Works, located at 2205 W. English Road in High Point, at 5:30 p.m.
• Winston-Salem City Council hears zoning requests tonight at its regular meeting at City Hall, located at 100 N. Main St., at 7 p.m.
• Camel City Jazz Orchestra performs at Krankie’s Coffee, located at 211 E. Third St., from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
• Writers for The Greensboro Voice, the city’s newspaper by, for and about homeless people, read from their work at Scuppernong Books, located at 304. S Elm St., at 7 p.m.
• The Carolina Theatre in Greensboro screens the Alfred Hitchcock film Frenzy at 7 p.m. Film critic and historian Budd Wilkins will give an introduction. The theater is located at 310 S Greene St.