BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Anna Maria Horsford and Obba Babatunde will serve as the celebrity co-chairs for the next National Black Theatre Festival scheduled for July 31 through Aug.
The Twin City Quarter’s Kim Davis, a catering sales manager and certified wedding specialist, says that the work that she does for the Quarter –which encompasses more than 100,000 square
The countdown until Winston-Salem again becomes “Black Theatre Holy Ground” will soon begin. The North Carolina Black Repertory Company, which produces the National Black Theatre Festival that long ago earned
The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem is using the incredibly popular American Girl franchise to attract visitors. The Museum will host
Transportation planners from throughout North Carolina will convene in Winston-Salem May 15-17 for their annual conference. Citizens who are interested
The 2013 National Black Theatre Festival season will officially kickoff on Monday (March 11) when officials announce the celebrity co-chairs