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In this week’s Triad City Beat cover story, Molly McGinn captures the spirit of the Greensboro Four as embodied in four present-day Greensboro activists who use social media to get the word out.

NEWS

LaRue copy Former Marisol chef to open restaurant downtown

LaRue French restaurant to open near Carolina Theatre

Experts: More testing needed to determine if schools are safe

• High Point Journal: Concepts for library enhancement get public review

 

OPINION

Joanna Rutter headshot • Editorial: The city with an asterisk

• It Just Might Work: Cheap housing for artists

• Fresh Eyes: Why I’m staying

• Editor’s Notebook: A different sort of war

 

COLUMNS

MichaelJordanDeanSmith copy • Exile on Jones Street: Redistricting reckoning later than sooner

• Citizen Green: Crash the meeting before the meeting

• Good Sport: Greatness and mediocrity in the ACC

• All She Wrote: Puppy love

 

CULTURE

150211.FOOD.EmanadasBorinquen1 copy • Food: The rapid rise of a Puerto Rican food truck

• Barstool: Geeks-N-Taps

• Music: Gestalt in spirit: Must Be The Holy Ghost

• Art: Unique collaboration sheds stigma about prisoners

Stage & Screen: Gogo and Didi on a road to nowhere

Triad City Beat comes out every Wednesday morning with links to stories in that day’s paper. Get it delivered to your inbox by clicking here.

 

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