Triad City Beat This Week: Sept. 19, 2015

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This week’s Triad City Beat cover story by Associate Editor Eric Ginsburg: He tried his hand at being a professional trumpet player, firefighter and car salesman. Now, Donnie Suggs is back selling food on the street, and he’s thrilled.

NEWS

High Point City Council copy• College reacts quickly to harassment at play about sexual assault

• Slow progress from planning to implementation in East Winston

• High Point Journal: City of High Point looks to reset fair housing program

 

 

 

OPINION

Lynn Crothers bio pic copy 2• Editorial: Finally, a budget

• It Just Might Work: A creative corridor linking the Innovation Quarter to East Winston

• Fresh Eyes: The difficulty and joy of bearing witness

• Editor’s Notebook: Folking in Greensboro

 

 

COLUMNS

Bernie crop• Citizen Green: Will we feel the Bern, or get Trumped?

• Good Sport: Dashing fellows

• All She Wrote: Pageantry

 

 

 

CULTURE

SONY DSC• Food: This dumpling shop is a triple threat

• Barstool: The wine expert

• Art: Back to the streets with new intentions

• Music: Folk festival concludes with dazzling array of regional music

 

 

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