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Winston-Salem Walk of Fame unveiled ahead of NBTF

    Winston-Salem Walk of Fame unveiled ahead of NBTF

The unofficial start of the 16th biennial celebration of African American theatre, art, and culture, may have been three days earlier when city officials unveiled the Winston-Salem Arts, Culture and Entertainment Memorial Walk of Fame, which included a star for NBTF founder Larry Leon Hamlin.

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NBTF record-breaking start reflects on the importance of the biennial festival

    NBTF record-breaking start reflects on the importance of the biennial festival

If you’re strapped for cash and can’t afford to spend $40 or $50 on a ticket to one of the productions during the National Black Theatre Festival, an easy and no-cost way to rub elbows with the stars is to attend the daily press conferences held at The Marriott Hotel.

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Put on your purple and black, the festival is back!

    Put on your purple and black, the festival is back!

The 2019 National Black Theatre Festival got off to a Marvtastic start earlier this week with the star-studded opening night Gala.

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Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office holds Quarterly Community Forum

    Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office holds Quarterly Community Forum

Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough spent his 58th birthday addressing questions and concerns from citizens during the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Quarterly Community Forum on Monday, July 22.

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Local sorority of educators holds retreat

  Local sorority of educators holds retreat

Members of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.- Beta Lambda, held a retreat last week for its members.

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NCCU Day of Service supports SECU Family House

  NCCU Day of Service supports SECU  Family House

“Truth and SERVICE” is North Carolina Central University’s motto. Friday, July 12, was recognized as the 10th National Day of Service at the University.

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Summer camp enriches children’s lives spiritually and physically

  Summer camp enriches children’s lives spiritually and physically

Summer camp enriches children’s lives spiritually and physically

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Tanglewood Park’s history resurfaces with wristband controversy

  Tanglewood Park’s history resurfaces with wristband controversy

While celebrating America’s 243rd Independence Day, a Tanglewood Park visitor became appalled by what she saw on her wrist.

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Ronnie Long waiting patiently on U.S. Court of Appeals decision

  Ronnie Long waiting patiently on U.S. Court of Appeals decision

On March 20, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Richmond, Va., heard oral arguments on the behalf of Ronnie Long, a North Carolina man who has been in jail for 43 years for a crime he didn’t commit. While the U.S. Court of Appeals usually adheres to a 75-day timeframe to make decisions, it’s been 113 days and Long is still waiting to hear from the Fourth Circuit Court.

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Gregory “Catman” Good leaves a legacy of self-expression and encouragement for others to ‘Express yourself’

  Gregory “Catman” Good leaves a legacy of self-expression and encouragement for others to ‘Express yourself’

The Winston-Salem community lost a loving local celebrity on Friday, July 5, when Gregory “Catman” Good passed away in hospice care after a lengthy illness.

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