Five gardeners. Three cities. Photographer Caleb Smallwood documents urban gardeners who cultivate the soil for food, a sense of satisfaction and a quest for a more sustainable model for food production in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


SONY DSCIncumbents triumph in Greensboro municipal primary

• Actor Laverne Cox talks about trans rights and racial justice

• High Point Journal: Congregation of historic black church looks to uncertain future




Edward Cone• Editorial: When primaries don’t matter

• It Just Might Work: Gardeners for hire

• Fresh Eyes: Why Warnersville matters

• Editor’s Notebook: Schoolwork




grace_for_blog• Citizen Green: Remembering Grace Lee Boggs

• Good Sport: Pint-size parcour

• All She Wrote: The most interesting man in the world





SONY DSC• Food: Providing a Framework for pour-over coffee

• Barstool: Progress for distilleries

• Music: The Raving Knaves fold after eight years on the scene

• Stage: Kindness stronger than wit in bout with life and death


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