The staff of Triad City Beat bring you “The Virgin Diaries,” a chronicle of the most outrageously delectable and refreshing summer drinks sans booze in the Triad in this week’s cover story.


Fleming & MOlly crop• Young professionals interview new Greensboro Partnership head

• Greensboro considers housing-enforcement changes

Church killings prompt Winston-Salem residents to tackle racism

• High Point Journal: Human relations director on paid leave, concerned about safety



Trudy Wade, Nancy Vaughan & Nancy Hoffmann copy 2• Editorial: A city’s lines of defense

• It Just Might Work: Letting Texas secede

• Editorial Notebook: The good kind of gastrointestinal upset

• Fresh Eyes: Republicans practice domestic terrorism



imgres• Citizen Green: The autumn after our progressive spring

• Good Sport: Between sport and expression

• All He Wrote: The grateful and the dead




TREASURE ISLAND• Food: The Greensboro Vegan Dining Guide

Barstool: Hair of the dog

Art: More collaboration and less competition

Music: Dance From Above celebrates first anniversary

Stage & Screen: Royal Theatre tries on Hanesbrands


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