Posts From Todd Luck

Founded by church friends, OnceLogix celebrates decade of success

    Founded by church friends, OnceLogix celebrates decade of success

In above photo:  (L-R) Ty McLaughlin, Trinity Manning and Rod Brown founded OnceLogix a decade ago. (Photo by Todd Luck)  Celebrating its 10th anniversary this month, OnceLogix is an African-American owned,

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NBTF not just for plays

    NBTF not just for plays

In above photo: Bern Nadette Stanis, best known as Thelma on “Good Times”, was among the authors at the International Vendors Market. (Photo by Todd Luck) Market draws vendors and

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Plaintiffs optimistic about decision in N.C. voting rights trial in W-S

    Plaintiffs optimistic about decision in N.C. voting rights trial in W-S

In above photo: Rev. Dr. William Barber gives his closing remarks about the trial that ended July 31. (Photo by Todd Luck) Legal hearing has ended, with a ruling to

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City, businesses welcome Festival and attendees

    City, businesses welcome Festival and attendees

In above photo: Dana Suggs, owner of Body and Soul helps a customer. (Photo by Todd Luck) With more than 60,000 attendees expected at the National Black Theatre Festival this

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Lawmakers, BOE director testify on new election practices

    Lawmakers, BOE director testify on new election practices

In above photo: NC Rep. Henry “Mickey” Michaux (left) and NC Sen. Josh Stein (right) Lawmakers and the N.C. State

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Officials join residents to mark 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

    Officials join residents to mark 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

In above photo: Daniel Moody assists young Jamé Malik in trying out his basketball wheelchair. ( Photo by Todd Luck ) Hundreds

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Who owns this statue?

    Who owns this statue?

In above photo: The Confederate statue stands beside the former Forsyth County courthouse, which is now an apartment complex. (Photo by

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Experts, voters discuss problems with N.C. voting law at trial

    Experts, voters discuss problems with N.C. voting law at trial

In above photo: Federal Building of Winston-Salem The plaintiffs against North Carolina’s election reform law, known as House Bill 589,

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Teacher assistants on the chopping block

    Teacher assistants on the chopping block

In above photo: NCATA Communication Director Melinda Zarate speaks at a rally at Miller Park on Wednesday, July 8. (Submitted

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N.C. voting law case is being heard in federal court

    N.C. voting law case is  being heard in federal court

In above photo: Bishop Todd Fulton speaks at press conference trial (Photo by Todd Luck for The Chronicle) Several lawsuits

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