Senior Editor Jordan Green unmasks the bizarre story of one of the most extreme, dangerous Klan groups, operating right in the Triad’s backyard, in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story.


Protesters occupy city council and go to jail to support Jose Charles

Police skip NAACP forum on high homicide rate

Alston returns to county commission, brokers uneasy peace with Parker


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• Editorial: Mark Binker would have wanted it this way

• Calling BS: The Tanger Center groundbreaking

• Unsolicited Endorsement: Local 22

• Editor’s Notebook: In the Innovation Quarter, every dog has its day


• Citizen Green: Time for city council to decide on police accountability

• Sportsball: Senior Games provide healthy opportunities, trash talk

• Firesheets: Losing my childhood and breaking a promise



pan-fried-duck-breast-at-four-flocks-and-larder• Food: New hearty Southern restaurant puts a bird on it

• Barstool: Mixing art and craft beer at Sawtooth School

• Music: Rap round robin satisfies Triad’s need for hip hop

• Art: New bookstores provide synchronicity over competition


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


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