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Evening standard: Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Plans for your evening Step 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 Ginsburg As 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...

IN PRINT: Fresh Eyes: Fissures of men

by Austin Carty   Love: it will not betray you, dismay or enslave you; it will set you free. Be more like person you were made...

IN PRINT: Editorial — In the city

We heard an interesting comment the other day on public perception of our state, something somebody said to one of our reps while she...

Exposure: An unexpected friendship leads to the recovery of a photo archive

by Eric Ginsburg   Jane Marsh was 15 years younger when she met him. As volunteer for the American Cancer Society, she arrived in 1999 at his...

IN PRINT: Greensboro examines police review process

by Eric Ginsburg Residents differ on whether city council should enhance police oversight through the complaint-review committee. The first meeting of a Greensboro City Council subcommittee...

IN PRINT: High Point Journal — White majority on High Point council resists call to rename street in King’s honor

by Jordan Green High Point City Councilman Jim Davis sat on the dais after the meeting had adjourned on Monday night and explained his reservations...

Morning briefing: Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Well wadddya know, we did it again! The new issue of Triad City Beat is making its way across the Triad right now, and...

IN PRINT: Citizen Green — Gerrymandering: Insurance against voter discontent

by Jordan Green   Last year, when the GOP supermajority in the General Assembly rammed through a raft of unpopular legislation, including measures widely perceived as...

IN PRINT: Power Ranking

3. High Point If you can’t sell the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr to the property owners in your city, then you have...

IN PRINT: Adios, burritos

by Brian Clarey   It was a goodbye of sorts. Villa del Mar, the city’s highest expression of the cheap, authentic and accessible Mexican restaurant, has served...

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