Editor-in-Chief Brian Clarey follows the long and tortured arc that is the story of Greg Taylor’s false conviction for murder, which is being told by a documentary film team, in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.

NEWS

New leadership installed after board exodus at local food co-op

Council members approve $1.4 million for convention center

Inspection raises concern about political payback as inauguration nears

OPINION

• Editorial: Cognitive dissonance in North Carolina

• Editor’s Notebook: Greg Taylor, at the movies

 

 

COLUMNS

• Citizen Green: Gov. Cooper shows his backbone on Medicaid expansion

• Sportsball: How the mighty Panthers have fallen

• Triaditude Adjustment: I’d like to thank the academy

 

CULTURE

• Food: Giving a High Point Chinese restaurant its due

• Barstool: Bottleshops bottle the snow

• Music: Snowed-in Crystal Bright streams stripped-down set

• Art: Pavlovic challenges the act of viewing

 

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

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