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5 Questions with Jeri Rowe -

pg. 1 / 1 Advertisement GREENSBORO — Anyone who lives in the Triad knows Jeri Rowe, the rambunctious and quirky editor of Go Triad. The man cannot walk down South Elm Street without someone yelling his name from across the street, or step into a coffee shop without folks coming up to him with story ideas. For nearly a decade, Jeri has submerged himself in the A&E scene, illuminating the culture that makes the Triad unique. Three years ago, he helped create Go Triad with the belief that it could become an agent for change, fuel people's excitement for the region and showcase the talents of the Triad's creative class. This week, Jeri says goodbye to Go Triad. He's stepping away from the publication to become a metro columnist for the News & Record and help spearhead the redesign for Nancy Sidelinger/©News & Record Jeri Rowe Jeri Rowe's Parting Shot "Paint, play, act, engage. Just do. Thus, you live." - Jeri Rowe, "Go Triad" editor We talked to Jeri about his decision to leave Go Triad. 1. What was the turning point that made you realize that you had to step down from Go Triad? Last Christmas (2004), my - more available

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