Arts and Lifestyle

Love of books led to library career for Charlene Edwards

    Love of books led to library career for Charlene Edwards

Charlene Edwards began her love affair with books as a young child. “Growing up in the country, books took you where you wanted to go,”

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Ron Stallworth of ‘BlacKkKlansman’ speaks on the campus of Wake Forest University

    Ron Stallworth of ‘BlacKkKlansman’ speaks on the campus of Wake Forest University

Ron Stallworth delivered the keynote address during Wake Forest University’s Journey’s to Success speakers series on Thursday, Feb. 7.

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Jacinta White uses poetry to deal with grief and aid healing

    Jacinta White uses poetry to deal with grief and aid healing

Jacinta White will release her book of poetry inspired by African-American churches this fall.

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‘Union: A Musical’ is coming to Winston-Salem this Friday

    ‘Union: A Musical’ is coming to Winston-Salem this Friday

On Friday, Feb. 8, the second-ever presentation of “Union: A Musical” will be performed at The Stevens Center in Winston-Salem.

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McCoy retires from Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods

  McCoy retires from Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) Executive Director Paula McCoy is set to retire today, Jan. 31, 2019.

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Mabel Robinson feted at surprise 80th birthday party

  Mabel Robinson feted at surprise 80th birthday party

Mabel Robinson was caught totally off-guard at her surprise 80th birthday party Saturday evening, Jan. 19, at the Urban League.

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P.I.P.A. receives grant from city, planning move

  P.I.P.A. receives grant from city, planning move

Thanks to a $60,000 grant from the city, Positive Image Performing Arts (P.I.P.A.) will be calling a new place home in the near future.

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Sixth volume of ’20 Beautiful Women’ hits No. 1

  Sixth volume of ’20 Beautiful Women’ hits No. 1

The sixth volume of the Amazon best-seller “20 Beautiful Women” is already making an impact following its release on December 7, 2018.

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City celebrates Kwanzaa, cooperative economics

  City celebrates Kwanzaa, cooperative economics

Ujamaa or cooperative economics was the theme of the day last Saturday as people across the city celebrated the third night of Kwanzaa.

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Randy Eaddy, CEO of the Arts Council, inspires audience to touch ‘every corner’

  Randy Eaddy, CEO of the Arts Council, inspires audience to touch ‘every corner’

The Delta Arts Center on New Walkertown Road was the location of the second night of Kwanzaa, Thursday, Dec. 27, celebrating the principle of Kujichagulia or Self-Determination.

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