In this week’s cover story, Triad City Beat‘s editors shake the trees for Citizens of the Triad, those hearty souls who cross-pollinate the culture by venturing between the three cities, living in one place, working in another and playing in still another — or some combination of the three.


2015-01-05 16.17.36• Records misleadingly show no Latinos in local jails

• City leaders revel in grandeur of Reynolds Building’s interior

• High Point Journal: High Point neighborhood leaders decry blighted housing



Anthony Harrison• Editorial: The Wheels are in motion

• It Just Might Work: A bit of Bavaria — we need a biergarten

• Fresh Eyes: To me, he’ll always be Z

• Editor’s Notebook: Hubris, before the fall



IMG_1692• Exile on Main Street: If past is prologue, then bleh

• Citizen Green: A symbolic gesture of unity in High Point

• Good Sport: A tale of two blowouts

• All She Wrote: Captain’s Log: USS Viking. 2015



150107.FOOD-Sarah's Kabobs-1• Food: Egyptian fare shines through a crowded menu

• Barstool: Swaims

• Music: Sight-reading and strings: A Fur Salon surprise

• Art: Co-op lets artists crank out prints

• Stage & Screen: Not your average vampire movie

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