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College students ready to step

    College students ready to step

The 6th Annual ScottCares Step Show will be held on Friday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. in Salem College’s Hanes Auditorium in Elberson Fine Arts Center. Doors open at 6:30

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New exhibit puts kids in charge of store

    New exhibit puts kids in charge of store

The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem has opened a new hands-on exhibit that gives kids a unique perspective of the grocery industry. Sponsored by Salisbury-based Food Lion, the exhibit allows children

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Delta Arts opens newest quilting show

    Delta Arts opens newest quilting show

The Delta Arts Center, 2611 New Walkertown Rd., is continuing its series of quilting exhibits. Pieces by 10 area residents are on display at the gallery through March 16. Hand-quilted

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“By A Black Hand” returning

    “By A Black Hand”  returning

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company’s Teen Theatre Ensemble will present the musical production, “By A Black Hand,” written by Professor Arthur Reese and Darryl Goodman, on Wednesday, Feb. 13

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Calling all camera phone directors

  Calling all camera phone directors

SECCA hosting mobile media film competition The Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) is sponsoring its second annual Mobile Media

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‘Abstractions’ to open at Sawtooth

  ‘Abstractions’ to open at Sawtooth

Winston-Salem’s own Norton Barnhill is one of six abstract artists whose work will be featured in “Abstractions,” which is scheduled

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‘Apollo 13’ held over at Rhodes Center

  ‘Apollo 13’ held over at Rhodes Center

“Apollo 13:  Mission Control” has added four additional performances at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.  The new shows

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Author enters uncharted territory

  Author enters uncharted territory

Southern black gay men’s stories brought to life Hickory native Dr. E. Patrick Johnson will be exploring the complexities of

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Lindsay is Riverrun chair

  Lindsay is Riverrun chair

Cheryl Lindsay has been appointed chair of the RiverRun International Film Festival. The Hanesbrands executive and community advocate will lead

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State’s oldest house discovered in Edenton

  State’s oldest house discovered in Edenton

Preservationists with the N.C. Historic Preservation Office (HPO), architectural historians with the Architectural Research Department at Colonial Williamsburg and local

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