The crew at Triad City Beat checks in with the Forsyth and Guilford county legislative delegations and chases down significant legislation to see how our representatives are voting in this week’s cover story.


• 864606New outdoor market in Winston-Salem food desert lacks produce

Teenager’s inciting riot charge based on Facebook post

• High Point Journal: Trolley tour opens High Point furniture showrooms to the public



Dan Bayer 2Editorial: Operation False Start

It Just Might Work: A Foothills brewpub, in Greensboro

Fresh Eyes: The furniture factory, Part 2

Editorial Notebook: The boys this summer



Patrick Harris credit Jordan Green• Citizen Green: Going up the country

• Good Sport: Chasing the mint julep

• All She Wrote: Mother’s Finest, Part Deux




DOG thumbnail• Food: A gyro disciple discovers Nazareth

• Barstool: Thirsty in High Point

• Art: Crafts and drafts

• Music: Dildo of God stimulates buzz

• Stage & Screen: Locally sourced Produce plays the Crown

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