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Advance Dixie Classic Fair tickets now available

    Advance Dixie Classic Fair tickets now available

Chronicle Staff Report Discounted tickets are now on sale for the Dixie Classic Fair, which will be in Winston-Salem from Oct. 4–13. The second largest agricultural fair in the state,

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Campaign to help Carver band

    Campaign to help Carver band

Chronicle Staff Report A campaign this month aims to raise $10,000 to purchase much-needed instruments for the Carver High School band. Rudolph V. Boone Sr., a former Carver band director

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Night of music and fun to benefit IFB

    Night of music and fun to benefit IFB

Chronicle Staff Report Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind and its A Brighter Path Foundation will host their premier fundraising event, “After Dark,” on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 6:30 p.m. Now

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‘Idol’ audition bus coming to W-S

    ‘Idol’ audition bus coming to W-S

The “American Idol” audition bus will roll through Winston-Salem on Monday, Aug. 26. A location was not announced before press time. Check www.americanidol.com for location, forms, rules and terms and

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New W-S black visitors’ guide debuts

  New W-S black visitors’ guide debuts

The new Visit Winston-Salem African American Arts & Culture Guide made its debut at the recent National Black Theatre Festival.

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The Ice Man Cometh

  The Ice Man Cometh

Butler to perform at Reynolds Auditorium Jerry Butler, music’s “The Ice Man,” will be inducted into The Hit Parade Hall

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Homegrown talent to screen films

  Homegrown talent to screen films

Winston-Salem native Fay Hauser-Price will screen two of her short films during the National Black Theatre Festival’s film festival. Hauser-Price

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Delta Arts, Sawtooth form partnership

  Delta Arts, Sawtooth form partnership

The Sawtooth School for Visual Art and Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts have joined in a new cooperative agreement that is

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Film about black rockers to debut

  Film about black rockers to debut

Before the Ramones or the Sex Pistols, there was Death, a punk rock band comprised of three African American brothers

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UNCG series to include Angelou, MC Lyte

  UNCG series to include Angelou, MC Lyte

UNCG’s 2013-14 University Performing Arts Series is offering a celebration of Dr. Maya Angelou and a hip-hop competition for students

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