BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER FOR THE CHRONICLE “Here, try this.” Ugh. That’s advice you almost never take because you hate new things. You know what you like, you know what you
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The book “Bridges out of Poverty” took center stage in a workshop on poverty at the Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum last Saturday,
BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER FOR THE CHRONICLE You can’t judge a book by its cover. Even so, we do it all the time: we see someone’s outside and think we know
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Benjamin H. Piggott, a 32nd degree Prince Hall Mason, and Lenwood G. Davis published “The Life and Times of Four Early Grand Masters: James W. Hood,
Racial inequalities spurred a Wake Forest professor to write a book looking at white people, African-Americans and Latinos.
Special to The Chronicle A veteran from Winston-Salem has written a book describing his tough life and how God has
(pictured above: Daryl Brown signs a book for a local reader.) The James Brown biopic “Get on Up” is a modest
(pictured above: Photo fromAfrican-American Sons & Daughters of Bethania, N.C. This vintage photo shows students at Cedar Grove School.) Priscilla