Triad City Beat This Week: June 24, 2015


walk-2Triad City Beat Editor in Chief Brian Clarey walks more than a mile in the shoes of someone without a car in this week’s cover story. It’s personal. Having lived in northeast Greensboro for more than 10 years, he’s watched pedestrians take their lives into their hands traversing a long stretch of Yanceyville Street bereft of sidewalks as promised bond funds failed to materialize. Is anybody with the power to do something about it listening?


CCC Strollway Bridge and MUPProposed bike path would parallel Business 40 through downtown

Travel documents provide limited glimpse of council funds

• High Point Journal: Investment in urban-core housing yields gains for city




20150618_122743Editorial: The nonpartisan shell game

It Just Might Work: A pop-up chorus

Editorial Notebook: Walking blues




1_Das_Attentat_auf_Robert_Kennedy• Citizen Green: What direction we want to move in

• Good Sport: Pugilists not at rest

• All She Wrote: Firepit of the vanities




SONY DSC• Food: Dinnerdome: Two chefs enter, one chef leaves

• Barstool: Bull’s Tavern

• Art: Two parts art, all party

• Music: The Baseball Project: Collectors and stat keepers

• Stage & Screen: Shorts leave lasting impressions


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