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Coronavirus daily update: Thursday, Oct. 15

Coronavirus daily update: Thursday, Oct. 15 — First day of Early Voting

‘For the 217,000 who can’t’: North Carolinians rush to early vote

North Carolinians joined long lines outside of polling places to early vote, defying the pandemic and intimidation.

The Weekender: Oct. 15-18

The 2020 early voting season begins today and ends on the 31st. During this time, any registered voter or eligible individual in...

Triad City Beat’s 2020 Election Guide

by Jordan Green and Sayaka MatsuokaAmidst a global pandemic, widespread upheaval over systemic racism, historic fires and...

Movie theaters pivot in the midst of the pandemic

A world with no movie theaters seems unimaginable.“No one wants to see the death of movie theaters,”...

Nik Snacks: ‘Tis the season for gumbo

Featured photo: Chicken and andouille sausage gumbo from Blue Denim in Greensboro (courtesy photo)A cast-iron pot filled...

Coronavirus daily update: Wednesday, Oct. 14

Coronavirus daily update: Wednesday, Oct. 14 — Election season

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: The kitchen, with backsplash

We’ve managed to survive almost 20 years in this house without a backsplash, if you can believe it.

Coronavirus daily update: Tuesday, Oct. 13

Coronavirus daily update: Tuesday, Oct. 13 — The news never stops

EDITORIAL: An electoral crisis in the 2020 Election?

Joe Biden could win the popular vote in North Carolina, but our legislature could send our 15 electoral votes to Trump anyway.

Coronavirus daily update: Monday, Oct. 12

Coronavirus daily update: Monday, Oct. 12 — The hills

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, Oct. 9

Coronavirus daily update: Friday, Oct. 9 — Our political pandemic

Judge’s order upends Lexington’s plan to remove Confederate monument last night

Antiracists and neo-Confederates face off at the Davidson County building in August. (photo by Jordan Green)An order...

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The Weekender: Oct. 22-25

Put down the potato chips and pick up a bag of pistachios. Today's National Nut Day, created to encourage people to choose...

Strong Black coffee retailers own the black coffee market in the Triad

I like my coffee black. Black, no sugar, no cream. I like for the coffee to wash over my tongue so...

Kinks, coils and beady beads: Black women embrace natural beauty through their hair

Strands of stringy, limp hair sat at my feet as I stared in the mirror at my three-inch afro. It was...

Bailiff dies suddenly after working in Guilford County court

A bailiff who worked in four courtrooms on Monday suddenly passed away on Wednesday morning, the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office is...