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Brian Clarey and Eric Ginsburg chronicle the Flying Anvil, a semi-legendary rock club that flourished, floundered and finally gasped its last in a nine-month period in 2006, a year that proved to be pivotal to downtown Greensboro’s resurgence, in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.

NEWS

SONY DSCThe mogul and the maverick: Ryan Saunders joins the Kotis team

Three mountain candidates compete for mountain votes in Winston-Salem

• High Point Journal: First responders armed with Narcan curb heroin overdose deaths

 

OPINION

Dan Bayer 2• Editorial: A game of chicken

• It Just Might Work: Mandatory recycling

• Fresh Eyes: What to do about these white people

• Editor’s Notebook: From the Ukraine

 

COLUMNS

IMG_2903• Citizen Green: Time to hear from an ‘unbiased observer’

• Fun & Games: Pride of the Aggies

• All She Wrote: The governor’s new clothes

 

 

CULTURE

• IMG_2895Food: Give Jamaican food a chance

• Barstool: Fresh paint for a boozy coop

• Music: On the circuit with Vanessa Ferguson and Mr. Rozzi

• Theater: Stephen Gee remembered

 

NEST

ST_148High Point in bloom

 

 

 

 

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