Posts From Tevin Stinson

‘Kuumba’ in the making

    ‘Kuumba’ in the making

Triad Cultural Arts (TCA) wrapped up the official citywide Kwanzaa Celebration earlier this week as dozens of locals came together to celebrate the sixth principle; “Kuumba” or creativity.

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Young author looks to inspire others

    Young author looks to inspire others

With her first book, 8-year-old Taylour Jones is encouraging other children to stand up and be the best person they can be.

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African-American literature comes to Prep

    African-American literature comes to Prep

Seniors at Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA) have the opportunity to take an English course that is unlike anything else being taught in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School district. If you were

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Smart Start launches Imagination Library

    Smart Start launches Imagination Library

Lawmakers agreed to spend more than $10 million to bring the program to N.C. Smart Start of Forsyth County Inc. (SSFC), has announced the arrival of a new program that

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Oncologist kicks off Kwanzaa celebration

    Oncologist kicks off Kwanzaa celebration

Throughout the week, residents from across the community are coming together to celebrate the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia,

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9th Wonder donates beat lab to Reynolds

    9th Wonder donates beat lab to Reynolds

Grammy nominated music producer 9th Wonder is looking to inspire the next generation of beat makers right here in Forsyth

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Students score big on production of GOAL!

    Students score big on production of GOAL!

While celebrating the world’s most popular sport, the play written by John Jacobson and John Higgins also teaches students about good sportsmanship, setting goals, and being a part of a team.

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Herbalife Nutrition facility celebrates 5th anniversary

    Herbalife Nutrition facility celebrates 5th anniversary

Earlier this week, the Herbalife Nutrition plant located here in Winston-Salem celebrated its fifth-year anniversary.

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Foundation continues Christmas tradition

    Foundation continues Christmas tradition

The Chris Paul Family Foundation helped make Christmas morning a little brighter for children in the area earlier this week, when they treated 150 children to a $100 shopping spree at Toys R Us.

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WSPD needs help to solve cold case

    WSPD needs help to solve cold case

The Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) is asking for help in solving the murder of 18-year-old Angel Benardino Gonzales.

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