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 seen him through it. George S. Horton says that as
(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