When the Avett Brothers take the stage at Greensboro Coliseum on New Year’s Eve, they’ll be continuing a long-running tradition of celebrating the holiday back home in North Carolina with family and friends. Their relationship with Greensboro goes back to a legendary show at the Green Bean in December 2004, as Senior Editor Jordan Green chronicles in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


IMG_1884• Forsyth County elections board turns down request for voting site at WSSU

Project showcases millennials with photo legend’s help

Walker attracts challengers from both parties in 6th District race



Sayaka & Anthony photo• Editorial: A moment of contentedness

• It Just Might Work: High Point Makers Festival

• Fresh Eyes: Freelancing, or my quarter-life crisis

• Editor’s Notebook: The road to the river



MELISSA• Citizen Green: Christmas and the wheel of life

• Good Sport: Q&A with Panthers photog Melissa Melvin-Rodriguez





10151040_10153744114046897_1747862493_n• Food: Sharing good Fortune, and Chinese food

• Barstool: That awkward moment when…

• Music: Honky-tonk sad songs bring Christmas cheer

• Art: Knitting together a crafting community


Triad City Beat This Week comes out almost every Wednesday (and occasionally on Tuesdays) with links to stories in that week’s paper. Get it in your inbox by clicking here.


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