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Diversity of HBCU speakers in upcoming commencements

    Diversity of HBCU speakers in upcoming commencements

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Once again, black families in the Triad and Triangle that have students graduating from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are preparing for May

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Talent in school district shines at Broadway Best Spectacular

    Talent in school district shines at Broadway Best Spectacular

BY BENITA BROWN  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Beta Lambda Chapter, hosted an evening of entertainment in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Jan. 14. Parkland High

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WSSU hosting Winter Concert

    WSSU hosting Winter Concert

(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.

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‘A Time to Kill’ sparks discussion of race and justice

    ‘A Time to Kill’ sparks  discussion of race and justice

(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

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New voice of WSSU sounds off

    New voice of WSSU sounds off

(pictured above: Jeremy “JJ” Johnson has a new gig.) Jeremy “JJ” Johnson debuted Sept. 6 as the new Winston-Salem State University

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Heart Heroes honored at Ball

    Heart Heroes honored at Ball

(picture above:  Josie and Scotty Wooten with their son, Jarod.) More than 250 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Winston-Salem

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Artsy park events to start on May 27

    Artsy park events to start on May 27

(pictured above: A view of Winston-Square Park during the city’s most recent Rock the Block street festival. The park will host

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Budding Triad filmmaker seeking a wider audience

    Budding Triad filmmaker seeking a wider audience

(pictured above: Cornelius Muller (center) appears alongside fellow cast members in “Find a Way.”) Alamance County resident Cornelius Muller is endeavoring

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For Seniors Only: These Jobs are the “Real Deal” for Seniors Looking to Work from Home

    For Seniors Only: These Jobs are the “Real Deal” for Seniors Looking to Work from Home

By Ria Fulton, Forsyth County Aging Services Planning Committee Looking to work from home, but skeptical about the outrageous “get

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Sprinkle-Hamlin named to Commission by McCrory

    Sprinkle-Hamlin named to Commission by McCrory

Gov. Pat McCrory has appointed Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin to the North Carolina Public Librarian Certification Commission. Sprinkle-Hamlin is the director of

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