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Changing the view of the world, one photo at a time

    Changing the view of the world, one photo at a time

Native Endia Beal uses photography to challenge stereotypes  BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Internationally known artist Endia Beal, has always had a passion for art but she never imagined that

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You know your own mind

    You know your own mind

BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER  FOR THE CHRONICLE After thinking things through, you have your opinions and while you’re willing to listen to what others say, you’re also willing to defend what

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Summer with Shakespeare

    Summer with Shakespeare

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  More than a dozen young people spent Friday afternoon performing their own hip-hop infused rendition of “Electra,” a Greek tragedy written by Sophocles. Set a

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National Blind Idol winner from Rural Hall

    National Blind Idol winner from Rural Hall

BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE  More than 200 people filed into the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) last Saturday evening to see who would take home the title of

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Local author details troubled childhood in varied memoir

  Local author details troubled childhood in varied memoir

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE A troubled childhood is a common theme with many American youths. For some they are

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Winston-Salem Symphony elects new board members and presents annual award

  Winston-Salem Symphony elects new board members and presents annual award

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Symphony announced the election of directors for the Winston-Salem Symphony Association Board of Directors,

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Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

  Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has announced its second round of 2016 grants made through its Community

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New artistic director looks to widen audience base with productions based on faith and illness

  New artistic director looks to widen audience base with productions based on faith and illness

Just days following an announcement from the North Carolina Black Repertory Company (NCBRC) appointing Jackie Alexander as their new artistic

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The N.C. Black Rep appoints artistic director

  The N.C. Black Rep appoints artistic director

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The North Carolina Black Repertory Company’s Board of Directors has announced the appointment of award-winning director,

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Broad book covers Charleston Massacre and racial divide

  Broad book covers Charleston Massacre and racial divide

BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER  FOR THE CHRONICLE The Word is what you crave. It’s where you find your comfort, strength, the

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