cover illustration Daniel Wirtheim

Senior Editor Jordan Green hosts a transportation planning wonkfest in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story, an appraisal of Winston-Salem and Greensboro’s pedestrian and cycling infrastructure.

NEWS

IMG_1043Winston-Salem fast-tracks public safety and parks bond projects

Academics respond to problems born on the street

• High Point Journal: High Point guts human relations commission after forums on racism

 

OPINION

salt_straw_about• Editorial: High Point goes dark

• It Just Might Work: Craft ice cream

• Fresh Eyes: A Canadian at the gun show

• Editor’s Notebook: Downtown deja vu

 

COLUMNS 

20150829_141334• Citizen Green: Splitting voters up to maintain party rule

• Good Sport: Underdogs and glory at the Winston-Salem Open

• All She Wrote: Selfishing — deep inside we’re Kardashified

 

 

CULTURE

Beth & Tommy•Food: Sinking into sweet certainty at a dessert dinner

• Barstool: A beer panel and tasting

• Art: Teardown at the Greenhill

• Music: Like New Orleans, musicians persevere and shine

• Stage & Screen: Triad Stage lays bare the lies of wealth and fortune

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