Triad City Beat This Week: May 17, 2017

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Triad investigative journalism legend Phoebe Zerwick broke the story on Darryl Hunt, a Winston-Salem man who was wrongfully convicted of murder, back in 2004. Now a professor at Wake Forest University, Zerwick explores the personal turmoil that led Hunt to take his own life last year in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.

NEWS

Faculty members back allegations about department chair’s abuses

New electioneering group wrestles with identity and representation

ICE grants three-month stay to Greensboro man ordered to leave the country

OPINION

candace folden• Editorial: NC’s voter ID bill is a flat circle

• Trump’s America: An assault on the Census

• Fresh Eyes: When Mother’s Day hurts: 5 empowering ways to be the mother you never had

• Editor’s Notebook: Running game on the ‘rental units

COLUMNS

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• Citizen Green: Commissioners say police accountability is broken

• Sportsball: Girls on Fire engages in a sport for the mind

• Triaditude Adjustment: As prolific as an aphid colony

 

CULTURE

• Food: A vegetarian restaurant within a restaurant

• Barstool: NC liquor’s strained history in ‘Still & Barrel’

• Music: Raising hardcore from the underground

• Art: Career suicide at the Blind Tiger

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