Sometimes they leave for love. Sometimes they leave for opportunity. Sometimes they leave because they want better restaurants, better dating prospects, a better music scene. In this week’s cover story, the editorial staff of Triad City Beat tracks some of the artists, activists, curators and musicians who have matriculated out of Greensboro and Winston-Salem into the greener pastures of Brooklyn, Austin and Philadelphia.


jay and his girls copy Government rebuked for excluding witness in Latin Kings trial

Investor calls out ‘deadbeat’ business partner at Silo Deli

• High Point Journal: Overhaul of Washington Street underway




Molly McGinn credit Jordan Green • Editorial: Strange brews

• It Just Might Work: More dog parks in Greensboro

• Fresh Eyes: Letting go of the lunch counter

• Editor’s Notebook: A free refill on the café au lait



Basketball Hoop Generic • Exile on Jones Street: HBD TCB! (Now get back to work)

• Citizen Green: When political expediency trumps children

• Good Sport: Preaching the gospel of ball at Guilford College

• All She Wrote: Ballers



crystalbright_69 copy • Food: Uncle Desi’s serves up flavorful Jamaican options

• Barstool: Vin205 & Wine Merchants Gourmet

• Music: Bright and company shine in Absolute extravaganza

• Art: Exhibit explores artists’ relationships with self

• Stage & Screen: That’ll do Piglet: Local talent films an honest effort

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



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