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Acclaimed film will be screened

    Acclaimed film will be screened

Mami Wata Cultural Arts Collective and Delta Arts Center are sponsoring local screenings of “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People,” at a/perture cinema, 311

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Free movie screenings in downtown park

    Free movie screenings in downtown park

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County in collaboration with a/perture cinema and Coffee Park kicked off their “Sunset Flicks” series on Sunday, Oct. 12 with a free screening

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October dedicated to domestic violence awareness

    October dedicated to  domestic violence awareness

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. To raise awareness of the issue, Family Services – whose Safe Relationships Division offers a number of domestic violence-related programs – will host a

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Actress transitions to writer/director

    Actress transitions to writer/director

Jeryl Prescott Sales’ show-business evolution now includes director, writer and producer credits. Sales, a former Wake Forest University associate dean, is making the festival rounds with “Stand Down Soldier,” a

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W-S film to be shown on big screen

    W-S film to be shown on big screen

The story of how and why Forsyth County came to have two separate, central municipalities so close together that they

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Coalition to screen ‘Weight’ series

    Coalition to screen ‘Weight’ series

The Be Healthy Coalition of the Forsyth County Department of Public Health will hold free screenings of the HBO documentary

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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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Centennial celebration announced for City

    Centennial celebration  announced for City

Winston-Salem will celebrate its centennial with four days of activities May 9–12 that include a parade, the world premiere of

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