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Editorial: Message for Ferguson

    Editorial: Message for Ferguson

(pictured above: Dr. Cornel West being arrested at the demonstration.) This message was read to the participants in Oct. 13 for the Moral Monday in Ferguson, Mo. My brothers and

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Free movie screenings in downtown park

    Free movie screenings in downtown park

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County in collaboration with a/perture cinema and Coffee Park kicked off their “Sunset Flicks” series on Sunday, Oct. 12 with a free screening

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Blacks critical to ALS fight

(pictured above:  Dr. Janel Johnson in the lab.) By now, we have all probably seen the Ice Bucket Challenge. It is wonderful that people from all walks of life come together

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Forsyth Tech settles into 525@vine

    Forsyth Tech settles into 525@vine

(pictured above: Forsyth Tech Small Business Center Director Allan Younger leads a seminar at 525@vine.) Forsyth Tech’s Business & Industry Services Division officially opened Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 525@vine in Wake

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Story of Job getting unique retelling

    Story of Job getting unique retelling

Green Street Church Pastor Kelly P. Carpenter and several jazz musicians will present “The Story of Job: A Theodicy in

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Editorial: Beat the Deadline, Know the Rules

    Editorial: Beat the Deadline, Know the Rules

There’s an important deadline coming up that too many North Carolinians don’t know about. Friday, Oct. 10 is the deadline

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Editorial: Promote Marriage Rather Than Fight ‘Equality’

    Editorial: Promote Marriage Rather Than Fight ‘Equality’

Two interesting events regarding black marriage and family occurred during September. On Sept. 24, the Pew Research Center released a

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McCullers play opening at Triad Stage

    McCullers play  opening at Triad Stage

Greensboro’s Triad Stage will present Carson McCullers’ “The Member of the Wedding” from Oct. 19 – Nov. 9. Opening Night

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Robinson added to Symphony’s leadership

    Robinson added to Symphony’s leadership

Maya Robinson has been hired as the chief development officer of the Winston-Salem Symphony. As a member of the senior

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Watts honored by WFU Medical alumni

    Watts honored by WFU Medical alumni

(pictured above:  Medical School Dean Dr. Edward Abraham presents Dr. Velma Gibson Watts with the Distinguished Service Award.) Velma Gibson

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