butler farms

This week’s Triad City Beat cover story, the final installment in a three-part series, examines how to make the hog industry more sustainable.


A GOP appointee who closed WSSU’s early-voting site now has a seat on the board of trustees

Greensboro, High Point city council candidates line up to run




donald trump jr• Editorial: To some, Donald Trump Jr.’s email won’t matter

• It Just Might Work: Transform South Elm into a pedestrian mall

• Unsolicited Endorsement: Muslim Girl: A Coming of Age by Amani Al-Khatahbeh

• Editor’s Notebook: On conflicts of interest


• Citizen Green: The spectacle of the KKK and the real danger of Trump

• Sportsball: Red, white and basketball fill the Immigrant Youth Festival

• Triaditude Adjustment: Keeping the family land and reconciling with history


tacos-at-la-perlita-in-winston-salem• Food: These might be the best tacos in the Triad

• Barstool: White + Wood brings the hip West Coast to the Triad

• Music: Famed pianist Awadagin Pratt shares his wisdom at EMF

• Culture: Koopalings, cake and healing at SECCA


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

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