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Associate Editor Eric Ginsburg takes stock of the last remaining personal effects of Maya Angelou, as admirers and collectors come to get a piece of history during the late eminent woman of letters’ estate sale in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.

NEWS

2. Mike Coe & Jeff Prioreschi credit Jordan GreenNewcomers to battle in competitive Greensboro primary

Affordable housing program pays for downtown development

Dismissal of open space committee might have been unlawful

 

 

OPINION

Kristen Jeffers• Editorial: Where is everybody?

• It Just Might Work: Kibbutz-style gardening

• Fresh Eyes: From an ambassador to Kansas City

• Editor’s Notebook: Passing the hat

 

COLUMNS

FullSizeRender• Citizen Green: The inartful sheriff, or judicial whiplash

• Good Sport: It’s not all in the wrist

• All She Wrote: She ain’t heavy, she’s my mother

 

 

CULTURE

• Food: An unpredictable Dominican adventure

• Barstool: Local House Bar

• Art: Taking the unicorn by the horn

• Music: A High Point rapper shouts out the city’s poor neighborhoods

• Stage & Screen: Words at midnight

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