Ryan Snyder catches up with Rhiannon Giddens, an interpreter of traditional folk music from Greensboro, whose career is rapidly taking off with a new solo album and a transformative experience rewriting tackling material from Bob Dylan’s Basement Tape sessions in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


Buzzi Space Bike Fleet IMG_4690 (2) • Student commission takes off, endorses tuition equality

• Winston-Salem council resists move to de-annex airport

• High Point Journal: Study finds promising conditions for High Point greenway



Lynn Crothers bio pic copy 2• Editorial: The last laugh

• It Just Might Work: Inverted totalitarianism

• Fresh Eyes: On coming home

• Editor’s Notebook: Generational wisdom


capture crop• Citizen Green: Queering the Triad

• Good Sport: The most dangerous game

• All She Wrote: Blonde like me



Illpo crop• Food: New delights at an old haunt

• Barstool: NC Beer Month

• Music: Jamla crew boosts Winston-Salem’s hip-hop profile

• Art: Painting big

• Stage & Screen: Of goddesses and women

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