Triad City Beat This Week: Oct. 19, 2016

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Private investment and public money is fueling an entrepreneurial surge with accelerators proliferating across the region, as Senior Editor Jordan Green chronicles in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story, a survey of the Triad tech scene.

NEWS

bothGuilford County judicial candidates discuss racial disparities

Proposed hotel-retail project turned down by planning board

Democrats compete for Guilford County School Board seat

 

OPINION

mums312-i0291-001• Editorial: Thoroughly disgusted voters will determine NC

• It Just Might Work: Name Aycock Middle for Willa Player

• Editor’s Notebook: A fact-check for Fred

 

 

COLUMNS

img_4168• Citizen Green: The Trump Nation’s Altamont

• Sportsball: Is the Panthers’ season over

 

 

CULTURE

tessa• Food: Caleb Smallwood’s inventive streak at Tessa

• Barstool: The hitmen of Winston-Salem

• Music: Scrub Pine, making history in their own time

• Art: For the tweens, Terror is relative

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