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State officials come to W-S looking for ideas for African-American monument

    State officials come to W-S looking for ideas for African-American monument

Valerie Johnson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE  A monument honoring African-Americans’ contributions to North Carolina will soon be added to the State Capitol grounds and the public has the opportunity

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‘Driving While Black’ receives rave reviews during RiverRun International Film Festival

    ‘Driving While Black’  receives rave reviews during RiverRun International Film Festival

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE In most cases, racial profiling is no laughing matter. That is, until now. In the new film “Driving While Black,” that played last week at

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Local tattoo and beauty salon use the arts to sponsor youth programming

    Local tattoo and beauty salon use the arts to sponsor youth programming

Photos by Ashlea Jones Tattoo Artist Erran Hamlin paints live at the Evening of Art event on Sunday, April 10 BY ASHLEA JONES FOR THE CHRONICLE Local artists joined together

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Todd Barr, Angie Mu are chosen as 2016 ‘Bigs of the Year’

    Todd Barr, Angie Mu are chosen as 2016 ‘Bigs of the Year’

Mu/Barr SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Big Brothers Big Sisters congratulates Todd Barr and Angie Mu for being awarded the agency’s 2016 North Carolina Big of the Year. Todd has been

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City opens new skate park

  City opens new skate park

Photo by Tevin Stinson Wesley Linton attempts a new trick at the new skate park near the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds on

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Hatred inspired Viola Davis, she tells W-S audience

  Hatred inspired Viola Davis, she tells W-S audience

Davis BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Award-winning actress Viola Davis makes no apologies: She said overcoming obstacles such as poverty

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Wake Forest celebrates the life of Dr. Maya Angelou

  Wake Forest celebrates the life of Dr. Maya Angelou

Photo by Tevin Stinson Rosa Johnson, a relative of the late Dr. Maya Angelou talks about how the civil rights

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Sawtooth gallery showcases local talent

  Sawtooth gallery showcases local talent

Photo by Tevin Stinson Now until April 8, the Sawtooth School for Visual Arts will feature a gallery with work

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RiverRun offers films of interest to seniors

  RiverRun offers films of interest to seniors

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Founderd in 1998, the RiverRun International Film Festival has grown substantially since its inception. It is

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Elementary school gains place of compassion

  Elementary school gains place of compassion

Photo by Todd Luck Sedge Garden students pose with their school’s new Compassion Corner. BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Students

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