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Spoken word performer debuts CD

    Spoken word performer debuts CD

By Mona Lisa McCorkle Special to The Chronicle Eugene B. McCorkle III, a.k.a. Mr. TrueLove, a Winston-Salem native, debuted his first spoken word CD S avaturday, Feb.  17, at Off the

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IFB solutions seeks ‘Blind Idol’ contestant submissions

    IFB solutions seeks ‘Blind Idol’ contestant submissions

IFB Solutions, based in Winston-Salem, has officially kicked off the 2018 Blind Idol national singing competition. Interested singers who also happen to be legally blind must submit their audio submissions

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Old Salem promotes clean hands during flu season

    Old Salem promotes clean hands during flu season

Old Salem Museums & Gardens visitors and staff are urged to keep their hands clean during flu season.

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All Atiya Bey wants is fairness

    All Atiya Bey wants is fairness

After struggling with learning disabilities in her youth Atiya Bey, a teacher at Carter G. Woodson is looking to motivate youth in the community.

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Black History Month: Family discusses the late Larry Leon Hamlin and the NCBRC

  Black History Month: Family discusses the late Larry Leon Hamlin and the NCBRC

The name Larry Leon Hamlin is synonymous with the city of Winston-Salem and performing arts across the country but as the saying goes, behind every good man is a strong woman, and in Larry’s case, there were two.

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Off The Beaten Path looks to inspire community

  Off The Beaten Path looks to inspire community

In honor of Black History Month, Off The Beaten Path Coffee and Beverage Cafe, downtown’s newest minority-owned business, will be

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Director from Durham opens up about Oscar-nominated film

  Director from Durham opens up about Oscar-nominated film

When N.C. native Kevin Wilson Jr. first saw the infamous photo of Emmett Till lying inside a casket at Roberts

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Piedmont Arts Museum offers Black History Month Events

  Piedmont Arts Museum offers Black History Month Events

MARTINSVILLE, VA – Piedmont Arts will celebrate Black History Month throughout February with free family-friendly events honoring the contributions of African

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WSSU, Wake Forest honor several with awards

  WSSU, Wake Forest honor several with awards

By Kim McGrath Special to The Chronicle For 18 years, Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) have collaborated

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‘Young Dreamers’ honored

  ‘Young Dreamers’ honored

The Winston-Salem City Council and the Human Relations Commission honored two city residents as the 2018 recipients of the Martin

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