Triad City Beat This Week: Aug. 12, 2015

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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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