Associate Editor Eric Ginsburg inaugurates the Triad Book of Lists, compiling everything that’s fabulous, fascinating and foundational about the three largest cities of the Triad.


SONY DSC• New chief booed at forum, residents skeptical of change

• Music and dance break down barriers between blacks and Latinos

• Fourth Circuit rejects appeal by jailed Latin Kings leader 

• High Point Journal: Food alliance addresses immediate need and long-term development


il_570xN.576947239_hkg2• Editorial: The white guys in the room

• It Just Might Work: Cone Export building

• Fresh Eyes: Where’s Oprah?

• Editor’s Notebook: Shell of a man


11072949_10206280127472212_6245626699567141191_n• Citizen Green: Chief Wayne Scott, in his own words

• Good Sport: On mystery, the past and a long goodbye

• All She Wrote: Welcome to Greensboro, Part 2

• Barstool: Free wine for teachers


HPB Celtic Legends Act Two 2 copy• Food: The Honey Pot traps some tourists

• Music: It’s not the age, it’s the mileage

• Art: Last stop a first for Greensboro

• Art: We can be SHEroes forever and ever

• Stage & Screen: Celtic ballet enthralls with colorful music and attire


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