Daniel Wirtheim chronicles life with the Cunningham family as they contend with the challenges of sight impairment in the Greensboro neighborhood of Warnersville in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


Dot Kearns credit Jordan Green• Museum accidentally sues newspaper, working on a deal

Superintendent of public instruction race draws challengers

• County commission and city council races on the ballot in Forsyth in 2016

• High Point Journal: Guilford commission backs away from idea of selling Y



PL Byrd• Editorial: Shouting down a shouter

• It Just Might Work: Garage Mahal

• Fresh Eyes: Om shanti, amen

• Editor’s Notebook: Kids and the arts




SONY DSC• Citizen Green: The Greensboro example

• Good Sport: A silenced dream

• All She Wrote: If you like piña coladas





SONY DSC• Food: A beginner’s guide to the mercadito and how to order a torta

• Barstool: A brewers guild bash

• Music: Harry Potter-inspired band receives hero’s welcome in nerd haven

• Art: Get to know the citizens


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