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The cost of American gun culture became painfully personal to Liz Seymour earlier this year when her sister, Mary, lost her way in the depths of bipolar depression and shot herself in the head with a gun she had purchased earlier in the day. Seymour reflects on the debate over gun control and the personal toll to her family in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


SONY DSCNewcomers outline positions in at-large city council forum

City loosens stake to increase daycare’s chances of survival

• High Point Journal: Montlieu Avenue on list of projects leaders want to push forward



Editorial: Always question the timing

It Just Might Work: More downtown residents

Fresh Eyes: An impostor at Furniture Market

Editor’s Notebook: The long road to Memphis



IMG_1620• Citizen Green: Mistrust and murky facts in black health

• Good Sport: Striving for greatness at A&T

• All She Wrote: Greatest Homecoming On Earth (GHOE)




• Food: Consuming Krankies’ cuisine

• Barstool: Unconventional wine pairings

• Music: Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg snaps a hair from her bow

• Art: Old landscapes with new fellows


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