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Electric Pyramid, an artist studio in downtown Winston-Salem, represents an unlikely resurrection of a space that formerly served as a funeral home, as Spencer KM Brown details in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.

NEWS

DD AdamsTeacher assistants on chopping block in superintendent’s budget

Salem College students’ sit-in highlights grievances from dorms to racism

Occupation by Salem College students goes into second day

• Q&A: Three questions for DD Adams

OPINION

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• Editorial: An insincere war

• Editor’s Notebook: Vanessa Ferguson, from Mr. Rozzi’s house

 

COLUMNS

Chris Mosier cycling

• Citizen Green: HB 142 is only the start of a long fight over LGBTQ rights

• Sportsball: Chipper Jones returns to the South

• Triaditude: Hair extensions and how to get away with credit card fraud

 

CULTURE

• Food: Passover plenty, especially alone

• Barstool: Greensboro’s best kept secret for craft beer

• Music: Laura Jane Vincent, Joshua Tell bring folk-music tradition to Test Pattern

• Art: What shaming, opioid addiction and gays for Trump have in common

Triad City Beat This Week comes out every Wednesday with links to stories in that week’s paper.

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