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The Weekly Altweeky for May 28- June 3, 2014

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Welcome again to our Thursday feature of the relevant news from our state’s altweekly papers. Often, it’s the alt weeklies where the real stories on local government leaders, new land development deals, citizen activism and new local laws affecting transportation and planning have their place. There’s also more arts and culture coverage too. Check out this post for an explanation of the beat and the tone of each paper listed. Just like our normal daily news, we will go by region, but several have different papers and those papers sound very different. I’ll initial beside each story in this roundup, so you won’t get too confused.

In the Piedmont (Triad, Triangle and Charlotte)

How Winston-Salem and Greensboro are handling public records.(Triad City Beat)

A legal moonshine(as in garage-brewed liquor) operation will open in Winston-Salem later this year. (Triad City Beat)

What’s next for Reynolds American, in light of them selling their iconic downtown Winston-Salem headquarters building and also donating old mill space to the Winston-Salem Innovation Quarter.(Triad City Beat)

Open Space Theater returns to the new Crown space at the Carolina Theater in downtown Greensboro. (Yes! Weekly).

Youth Leadership Greensboro, a civic education seminar for teens, is accepting applications. (Yes! Weekly)

Architectural Salvage of Greensboro will move to East Wendover from their current downtown location. (Yes! Weekly)

What’s going on with GTA. (Yes! Weekly)

The details of Greensboro City Council’s legislative agenda that was sent to Raleigh. (Yes! Weekly)

Should the City of Raleigh sell the Walnut Creek Amphitheater? (Creative Loafing)

Someone already getting into the Charlotte mayors race, for 2015. (Creative Loafing)

In Western North Carolina

An interesting analysis of the Asheville festival scene. (Mountain Xpress)

What was discussed at Asheville’s last city council meeting. (Mountain Xpress)

In Eastern North Carolina

The economics of Memorial Day in Eastern NC. (Encore)

Statewide

More on who was arrested during the Moral Monday sit-in. (Triad City Beat)

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