Triad City Beat This Week: Nov. 12, 2014

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Construction at the Greenway at Stadium Park apartments.

Eric Ginsburg takes stock of the rapid progress in the development of downtown Greensboro, previews what’s next and talks about what else needs to happen in this week’s cover story.

NEWS

Suzy Baxter credit Jordan Green• City tries compromise between street performers and residents

Tensions mount, calm over International Advisory Committee

• High Point Journal: Voters supported candidates in both camps in revitalization standoff

 

 

OPINION

20141013_105832• Editorial: Life in the big city

• It Just Might Work: School of design for High Point

• Fresh Eyes: Unemployed and feeling like myself again

• Editor’s Notebook: Sometimes they shoot

 

COLUMNS

Wedding 019• Exile on Jones Street: Epilogue: Hagan-Tillis

• Citizen Green: Why urban voters didn’t come through for Hagan

• Good Sport: A blowout at the carnival

• All She Wrote: Fourteen funerals and a wedding

 

CULTURE

Dope Body credit Jordan Green• Food: A lunch menu that begs for exploration

• Barstool: NC Craft Brewers Conference

• Music: Inaugural Suckfest scavenges from punk history

• Art: Re-imagining waste

• Stage & Screen: There’s more to the story: Sundance at A/perture

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