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Play gaining fans and accolades

    Play gaining fans and accolades

“Mama’s Girls,” the latest production by local playwright Garrett Davis, recently won two awards. The play, which centers around the struggle sisters face in caring for an aging parent, has

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Bakers, volunteers needed for Juneteenth Festival

    Bakers, volunteers needed for Juneteenth Festival

Plans are underway for the Ninth Annual Triad Juneteenth Africana Festival, which will be held Saturday, June 15 at the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Annex from 11 a.m. to

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UNCSA student picked for service opportunities

    UNCSA student picked  for service opportunities

A graduate student at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) has been selected for two highly competitive local leadership and community service opportunities. Eliza Walmsley, a

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Best “Crowns” selected

    Best “Crowns” selected

“We just know inside that we’re queens, and these are the crowns we wear.” These are the closing lines of the musical production “Crowns,” which is based on a bestselling

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WSSU singers a hit in the Bahamas

    WSSU singers a hit in the Bahamas

The Winston-Salem State University Choir recently returned from successful performances in the Bahamas that included participation in the Southeastern African

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Exhibition salutes late art teacher

    Exhibition salutes  late art teacher

The Sawtooth School for Visual Art and the Arts Council of Winston-Salem Forsyth County will present “Billy McClain: Decades,” a

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Old Salem seeks to raise $17.66 million

    Old Salem seeks to raise $17.66 million

Old Salem Museums & Gardens has lunched a capital campaign. The public phase of the fundraising campaign, themed “On Common

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Weekend concert part of centennial party

    Weekend concert part of centennial party

The City of Winston-Salem is throwing a birthday party in Corpening Plaza Saturday, May 11 with a free concert, activities,

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Students get creative with Dr. Seuss

    Students get creative with Dr. Seuss

Carver High School students celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday – also known as Read Across America Day – by celebrating the

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Students will spend part of summer in Haiti

    Students will spend  part of summer in Haiti

UNC School of the Arts music majors Rachel Norris, Sean Mulligan and Daniel Simms are preparing for an unforgettable start

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