Can't miss Grandmaster Flash on Saturday night

Hip hop is folk folk music and Grandmaster Flash is a founding father of the genre. This, and more in Triad City Beat‘s guide to the National Folk Festival, which jumps off in Greensboro this weekend.


IMG_1143Recent grads move to Greensboro to create ‘public backyard’

Former property manager corroborates claim of fraud

• Sidebar: Complaints prompt second HUD inspection of Rolling Hills

Pence and GOP candidates focus on turning out conservative base


b6810ceef70ba04d0383be572e49f2ac• Editorial: Insane clown posse

• It Just Might Work: Marty Kotis’ big switch

• Editor’s Notebook: A labor of love



JoAnn Crews, mother and muse to the columnist, is gone but her inspiration lives on.

• Citizen Green: The soul of the movement fills the civil rights museum

• Fun & Games: Guilford College football’s blowout

• All She Wrote: Mother’s finest — revisited




Mail Attachment-1• Food: City eats: How city council spends money on food

• Barstool: Here’s what it’s like to basically drink Thin Mints

• Art: The making of Bob and His Enlarged Amygdala



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