Editor in Chief Brian Clarey talks to actor Ken Jeong about his breakout role in The Hangover, playing a doctor and being an actual doctor, and growing up in Greensboro in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


heggins_copy• Mayoral challengers jockey to survive primary

Forsyth lawmaker and former healthcare exec sells Medicaid reform

• High Point Journal: Embattled human relations director has many fans





IMG_5953• Editorial: The power of saying yes

• It Just Might Work: Resurrect the Odd Fellow’s Lodge

• Fresh Eyes: Being a Triad transplant

• Editor’s Notebook: Kids at Fashion Week




trans_pride_stickers_hearts_with_symbol-r757864ac283e4ffeb7c8e88ca741336f_v9w0n_8byvr_512• Citizen Green: Trans together and gathering strength

• Good Sport: Guilford’s crimson tide

• All She Wrote: Down the tubes: How to Get Away With Murdering the Emmys




4• Food: New Pakistani/Indian restaurant joins Tate Street

• Barstoool: A brewery’s burger batch

• Music: It can get intimate and weird at Luna Lounge

• Art: A&T hosts collection of Calder-designed tapestries



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