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.
• 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
• 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
• 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
• 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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