Photo by Owens Daniels All dancers in the project danced to Carmina Burana: O Fortuna performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra. This dancer drew inspiration from the statue David by Michelangelo.
By Judie Holcomb-Pack Parkinson’s disease struck Jerry Hayes with a vengeance. In good health until his 60s, Jerry and his wife, Beverly, were saddened and in disbelief when they heard
(pictured above: WSSU singers perform during last year’s concert.) The Winston-Salem State University Choirs (University Choir; University Women; Schola Cantorum and Burke Singers), under the direction Maestra D’Walla Simmons-Burke and accompanist Dr.
(pictured above: Derrick Parker (left) and Brain Joyce on stage in ‘A Time to Kill.’) “Do you think we live in a country where the color of one’s skin determines
(pictured above: Poet and author Lenard D. Moore.) Gov. McCrory will present the latest round of North Carolina Awards on
(pictured above: Ron Davis reacts to his surprise gift.) Ron Davis, the principal of Gibson Elementary School, is a fan
The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County in collaboration with a/perture cinema and Coffee Park kicked off their “Sunset
(pictured above: Simona Atkins Allen with Arts Council Board Chair Steve Berlin and Arts Council CEO Jim Sparrow (right).) Simona Atkins
(pictured above: Jeremy “JJ” Johnson has a new gig.) Jeremy “JJ” Johnson debuted Sept. 6 as the new Winston-Salem State University