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Editorial Cartoon: How to keep Bishop Barber out

    Editorial Cartoon: How to keep Bishop Barber out

Political Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Editorial: Support NBTF as it provides health initiative

    Editorial: Support NBTF as it provides health initiative

Winston-Salem is getting ready for the National Black Theater Festival next week, July 31-Aug. 5. Of course, this is the weeklong festival produced by the North Carolina Black Repertory Company

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

Red Cross continues plea for more blood To the Editor: After issuing an emergency call for blood and platelet donors in early July, the American Red Cross continues to face

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Joe Robinson to headline Chronicle Jazz Festival

    Joe Robinson to headline Chronicle Jazz Festival

By Bridget Elam As part of the numerous activities for the National Black Theatre Festival, The Chronicle is hosting a Jazz Festival.  And it only made sense to feature local

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Commentary: ‘There is No Place like Home, Explore North Carolina’

    Commentary: ‘There is No Place like Home, Explore North Carolina’

By Algenon Cash Most people want to fly all over the country or explore faraway places that boast about white

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Commentary: To fight the HIV epidemic, we need the Black Church

    Commentary: To fight the HIV epidemic, we need the Black Church

By Marjore Innocent Black Churches are more than places of worship. They are the vibrant hearts of the African-American community

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Links chapter awards scholarship, hosts Kentucky Derby event

    Links chapter awards scholarship, hosts Kentucky Derby event

The Winston-Salem Chapter of The Links Inc. awarded a scholarship to a high school graduate, Aquiria Bowens.  She graduated this

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Commentary: Just in case … Is that our anthem these days?

    Commentary:  Just in case … Is that our anthem these days?

By James B. Ewers Jr. When I was coming of age in North Carolina, my parents would kiss and off

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Heartstrings opens registration for annual Walk for Remembrance & Hope

    Heartstrings opens registration for annual Walk for Remembrance & Hope

Heartstrings has announced the opening of registration for its upcoming 13th annual Walk for Remembrance & Hope at Triad Park

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Commentary: Take the locavore challenge

    Commentary: Take the locavore challenge

By Lynne Mitchell Loca … what?   August marks the 10-year anniversary of the word “locavore” being selected as the

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