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Evening standard: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

An artist reception with Fran Speight about her pastel paintings, "Green Hills and Rushing Rivers," begins at Hutch & Harris in Winston-Salem at 5:30...

IN PRINT — Good Sport: Foregone conclusion at the Women’s ACC Tournament

by Jeff Laughlin The fans, raucously deriding the referees’ perceived errors, wanted blood. While the “real game” had just started in Durham, the Duke-UNC Women’s...

IN PRINT: MLK Drive’s ghost project

Revitalization of a major corridor stalled as a city loan went sour by Jordan Green The project was unveiled in the early part of the last...

IN PRINT: It just might work: Participatory budgeting

by Eric Ginsburg It sounds extreme to some people when they first hear about it, and to others even long after it’s been explained. But...

IN PRINT: Opinion: Joe’s blown

It was never about Trader Joe’s. That’s what’s getting lost in the whole thing.This was a zoning matter. And Greensboro has more ready-made spots...

IN PRINT — OPINION: Exile on Jones Street: Carolina Perestroika

by Kirk Ross Judging from the relatively mild treatment of the UNC System over the past few years, you might have come to believe that...

IN PRINT: Citizen Green: Why is Obamacare so unpopular?

by Jordan GreenAround Feb. 25, the number of people who had enrolled in a healthcare plan through the Health Insurance Marketplace set up by...

Morning briefing: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Welp, it's a quiet morning in the Triad. That is, of course, with the exception of the latest issue of Triad City Beat being...

IN PRINT: El Rancho debunks myth about culinary scene

by Eric Ginsburg Winston-Salem may have a burgeoning food scene, but the knock against the dining culture in this city, voiced by locals and visitors...

IN PRINT: Fresh Eyes: The last word (for now) on Trader Joe’s

by Brad KrantzThere are two ways to look at Greensboro’s inability to score a Trader Joe’s.The first way to look at this is macro.No...

IN PRINT: Democrats to recover school board seat as GOP appointee walks

by Jordan GreenAt least one seat in urban District 1 is up for grabs as political retirements on the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board...

IN PRINT: Residents thirsting for possible Stone Brewing facility

by Eric GinsburgAn unusually public request for proposals process allows Greensboro to engage the public in its bid to attract California craft beer maker...

IN PRINT: The faultline between ambient and Americana

The quartet of young men who make up New Madrid came late to the Garage and took their time setting up their gear.It was...

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Triad Stage artistic director steps down amid accounts of sexual abuse

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