Our editors present Triad City Beat‘s first Grassroots Gift Guide. We know what you’re thinking. And no: There’s no pay to play here. We simply culled the coolest stuff from our reporting over the year to put together a list of local goods you should consider buying as gifts to your loved ones for the holiday season. Bonus content: a calendar.


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• City, residents meet to address downtown violence

• High Point Journal: Alexander topples Moore in final certification of at-large race



FullSizeRender• Editorial: Like days of old

• It Just Might Work: The mayor’s museum takeover

• Fresh Eyes: On home

• Editor’s Notebook: Running, then and now




Nicole_Crews_01• Citizen Green: The winning politics of racial division

• Good Sport: There will not be dragons

• All She Wrote: Hammer time





DSC03610 copy• Food: Three foodies on the glory of Thanksgiving sides

• Barstool: West End Opera House

• Music: A dance party above the rest

• Art: The politics of poetry, performed

• Stage & Screen: Bonnie & Clyde, the zeitgeist of Depression-era crime


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