It may not be an unvarnished plus, but it’s a recognition nonetheless: If you’re listed in the Triad 100, you mattered one way or another, for better or worse, in the Triad in 2015. The staff of Triad City Beat tots up the people, places, moments, topics and things that were significant in this week’s cover story.

 

OPINION

Kat Bodrie• Editorial: Political physics

• It Just Might Work: Produce at bus depot

• Fresh Eyes: Probing our darkness: Recent violence offers opportunity for self-reflection

• Editor’s Notebook: A very good year

 

COLUMNS

Anthony Harrison• Citizen Green: Presidential primary hall of mirrors

• Good Sport: Boxing Day in Brooklyn

• All She Wrote: My favorite year

 

 

 

CULTURE

Korean roll• Food: 2015: A vegan dining guide, a meat conference and Korean cuisine

• Barstool: Sudsy stories dominate headlines in 2015

• Music: 10 moments that mattered in Triad music in 2015

• Art: Static images, moving scenes and public art marks 2015

 

 

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