The editorial staff at Triad City Beat catches up with the folks who burn up the highway between Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point to make culture and commerce, build relationships and play, and generally create a singular thread in this region we call the Triad. This week’s cover story pays tribute to the Citizens of the Triad.


1.2.2016.TCBcolor_13• Community ID program unaffected by new law

• Police files illuminate police unit, activists want it gone

• High Point Journal: Mountain biking proposal gets complicated at Rich Fork Preserve




Valencia Roner• Editorial: Drama in the undercard

• It Just Might Work: Look at that S car go

• Fresh Eyes: Pondering Trump

• Editor’s Notebook: Around the horn




SONY DSC• Citizen Green: Open space program leaves a lasting legacy

• Fun & Games: A mermaid’s tale

• All She Wrote: The Southern Zodiac





Screen Shot 2016-01-05 at 3.52.24 PM• Food: Korean food shines the second time around

• Barstool: New years fool

• Music: With third album in the works, Dark Water Rising surges into 2016

• Screen: The immigrants’ mosaic



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