Triad City Beat This Week: Oct. 29, 2014

0
43

cover_102914_1500x1125In this week’s cover story, Jonathan Michels chronicles the three-year history of Occupy Winston-Salem, a group that dispensed with the tactic of encampment and focused instead of steady, consistent solidarity work with other progressive actors across North Carolina.

NEWS

Susan Frye credit Jordan GreenMellies makes bid to unseat Frye for Forsyth clerk of court

Wide-ranging state investigation focuses on political consultant

Long-time school board members face challengers

HPJ: Industrial building stock points toward a refashioned future

 

OPINION

image1• Editorial: Trial by vote

• It Just Might Work: Secret bars

• Fresh Eyes: From the campaign trail to the ivory tower

• Editor’s Notebook: Voting with your dollars

 

 

COLUMNS

Screen Shot 2014-10-28 at 8.58.53 PM• Exile on Jones Street: Elections in the political hot zone

• Citizen Green: Dark money for the spoiler

• Good Sport: Wake celebrates what they can

• All She Wrote: Which North Carolina politician are you?

 

 

CULTURE

MotWPub_Photo_2• Food: A different take on potlucks, for adults only

• Barstool: First/Burke Street bar crawl

• Music: Purple Rain in Winston-Salem

• Art: In a hidden store, a new life for art supplies

• Stage & Screen: Tween angst in the South a puzzler for Triad Stage

 

Triad City Beat This Week comes out every Wednesday morning with links to stories in that day’s paper. Get it delivered directly to your inbox by clicking here.