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Editor in Chief Brian Clarey sniffs around the rehearsals for the Greensboro Fringe Festival, an impressive series of original theater and dance productions, in this week’s cover story.

NEWS

DSC04600• Labor occupies Wendy’s after firing

• Lowe and Johnson dominate contest to fill vacant state Senate seat

• High Point Journal: Furniture library is a hidden treasure

 

 

OPINION

christian_bryant• Editorial: It’s not stealing if you’re rich

• It Just Might Work: Using those thing, plastic, yellow strips

• Fresh Eyes: What is more than what ain’t

• Editor’s Notebook: The road to success

COLUMNS

Figure-skates-1• Exile on Jones Street: Information overload at the NCGA

• Citizen Green: Addicts come out of the shadows

• Good Sport: Purpose and routine at the US Figure Skating Nationals

• All She Wrote: Blizzard buddies

 

CULTURE

DSC04633 copy• Food: Josephine’s revamps, rolls out lunch menu

• Barstool: The Waterloo Wheat and Double-Shot Percolator

• Music: Hip-hop violinists reclaim legacy of black violin

• Art: Storefront project still has room to grow

• Stage & Screen: Tasteful doc discovers General Tso

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