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Chew joins Reynolda House

    Chew joins Reynolda House

Reynolda House Museum of American Art has named Elizabeth Chew as the museum’s Betsy Main Babcock Director of the Curatorial and Education Division. Chew comes to Reynolda House from Monticello, the

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Fire Expo to offer family fun

    Fire Expo to offer family fun

Fire and rescue personnel from across the southeast will take part in training exercises at the 38th annual Piedmont Fire Expo, slated to take place Jan. 18-19 at the Winston-Salem

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Reynolds hosting ‘A Cappella Jam’ concert

“A Cappella Jam for Hope,” an annual concert held by the a cappella groups at Reynolds High School, will be held Saturday, Jan. 12 in the school’s auditorium. For the

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Local poet featured in Chinese magazine

    Local poet featured in Chinese magazine

A local author and poet is getting some international exposure. Edward “Golden Style” Williams was recently interviewed for Fellow Traveller, a mainstream Chinese magazine that reaches more than 250,000 monthly

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Project chronicling school wins award

  Project chronicling school wins award

A history project that resulted from a partnership between Greensboro College and the Peeler-Swann Family Association has won the Greensboro

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“Bunnicula” coming to Children’s Theatre

  “Bunnicula” coming to Children’s Theatre

[pullquote]To order tickets by phone, call 336-748-0857 x 210[/pullquote]The Children’s Theatre of Winston-Salem will present “Bunnicula”, an original musical based on the

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Blues stars booked for spring festival

  Blues stars booked for spring festival

Janiva Magness and Kenny Neal will headline the Piedmont Blues Preservation Society’s 27th Annual Carolina Blues Festival, which will be

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Davis Releases Much-Anticipated Shepard Book

  Davis Releases Much-Anticipated Shepard Book

Dr. Lenwood G. Davis, a retired Winston-Salem State University history professor, recently released his latest book, “Selected Writings and Speeches

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Much-Needed Improvements Slated at Diggs

  Much-Needed Improvements Slated at Diggs

[pullquote]We are delighted that we are finally able to pursue some significant upgrades to the facility and much credit goes

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Music of the Season

  Music of the Season

D’Walla Simmons-Burke, director of choral and vocal studies at Winston-Salem State University, addresses the crowd during the Dec. 2 “Songs

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