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The Digital Mailbag: Feedback edition

I got a couple of well thought out responses to Austin Carty's Fresh Eyes piece in this week's Triad City Beat.Austin's a friend, and...

Greensboro’s Mon Frere embraces change in newest comedy show

John Chenoweth fiddled with the label of his Yuengling while talking about the reason he works so hard on his comedy. He began writing...

Volunteers fix up urban, edible-plant site

It may look like guerrilla gardening, but there's nothing haphazard or illegal about it; It's actually part of a city-sanctioned urban forestry committee. Volunteers...

Slideshow: Greensboro tries to lure Stone Brewing

Greensboro is one of a number of cities competing to convince Stone Brewing, the 10th largest craft brewer in the country, to open its...

Greensboro band Lowland Hum featured on NPR

Greensboro-based band Lowland Hum performed for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert video series. Many Triad residents are likely already familiar with the band — consisting...

Evening standard: Thursday, March 6, 2014

Tonight is busy.The Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNCG hosts an a capella performance by the Women's Glee Club at 6 p.m, followed by a...

Barometer for March 12, 2014

Duke Energy's coal-ash spill into the Dan River is making some people question the state's watchdog role and whether we have strict enough environmental...

Winston artist’s tattoo idea gets noticed

Winston-Salem artist Evan Hawkins got kudos this week from the Daily Dot for a tattoo idea that has been catching eyes here for years.In...

Morning briefing: Thursday, March 6, 2014

As mentioned in this week's issue of Triad City Beat (which of course you've read cover to cover by now), there's a pretty interesting...

Evening standard: Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Plans for your eveningStep 1: Pick up a copy of the second ever issue of Triad City Beat from one of these locations and...

IN PRINT: Art organization attempts to bridge age, cultural gulf

by Eric GinsburgAs in any city, Winston-Salem experiences a gap between different demographics, including in age. Even in a city with a pronounced commitment...

IN PRINT: Exile on Jones Street — Turning the tide in a regional water fight

by Kirk Ross The fury over coal ash and the threat in 14 separate sites to public waters washed out some of the focus on...

IN PRINT: It Just Might Work — Boutique hotels

by Brian Clarey It came to me in Miami, at a party in South Beach. Me and a couple hundred alt-weekly journalists filled the back...

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Confederate monument toppled in Green Hill Cemetery in Greensboro

A monument that marks the mass grave of about 300 unknown Confederate soldiers in Green Hill Cemetery in Greensboro has been toppled.

Coronavirus daily update: Tuesday, July 7

Coronavirus daily update: Tuesday, July 7 — At least we're not Florida

OPINION: Exploring reasons behind high rates of Hispanic evictions in pandemic

COVID-19 has become the perfect storm for Hispanics facing eviction in Winston-Salem. It could aggravate the high eviction rates Hispanics have already endured.

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Some like it hot

One summer it got so hot I could barely stand it. And then, all of a sudden, I could.