Senior Editor Jordan Green follows up on his friend, Jen McCormack’s death, following a heart attack in the Forsyth County jail, in an effort to determine what went wrong in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story. The medical answers remain elusive, but Jen’s death highlights what one physician calls “one of the major crises of our time” — the incarceration of pregnant and addicted women.


Jill Stein credit Jordan GreenClosing of Ziggy’s marks the end of an era

Community Thanksgiving meal grows, requires help

Green Party presidential candidate visits Greensboro




Andrew Timbie• Editorial: Southern hostility

• It Just Might Work: A restaurant workers emergency fund

• Fresh Eyes: Why we welcome refugees to the Triad

• Editor’s Notebook: One for Jill



IMG_9148• Citizen Green: No safe spaces for trans folk, even at LGBT night

• Good Sport: Let’s talk about the frikkin’ Panthers

• All She Wrote: Forever in blue jeans




SONY DSC• Food: Indian curries, kimchee cheese fries and dim sum all in one

• Barstool: World of Beer

• Music: Maximum sound comes from minimal band

• Art: Knitting becomes common thread in Lindley Park


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