Greensboro’s Whitney Way Thore, star of the TLC reality show “My Big Fat Fabulous Life,” leads the way into the TCB summer reading guide, featuring books with ties to the Triad and the state.
- High Point Journal: Prosecutor pushes treatment as a solution to heroin scourge
- Editorial: Playing with guns
- It Just Might Work: School integration
- Fresh Eyes: Emily Doe and ending rape culture
- Editor’s Notebook: No safe spaces
- Citizen Green: We got to get ourselves together
- Fun & Games: Redemption for Gueniviere
- All She Wrote: Guns ‘N’ Roses
- A food writer takes to the kitchen
- The author brews a beer (sort of)
- Lost Bayou Ramblers propel Cajun music into the future
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