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‘Roll & Stroll’ to help Arts For Life

    ‘Roll & Stroll’ to help Arts For Life

The 2nd Annual Roll & Stroll to benefit Arts For Life will take place Friday, Nov. 22. The family fun bike ride, stroller push, wagon pull, and leisurely walk through

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FOL fall fundraiser moves to the spring

    FOL fall fundraiser moves to the spring

The Winston-Salem State University Friends of the Library, a fundraising arm of the school’s C.G. O’Kelly Library, is postponing its annual fall fundraiser so that it won’t conflict with a

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Former Triad resident starts L.A. theater company

    Former Triad resident starts L.A. theater company

Latonya Black, a former Greensboro resident who performed with the N.C. Black Repertory Co. in the 1980s, has taken her love for performance to the “left coast.” She is the

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‘Harlem’ fundraiser to benefit jazz festival

    ‘Harlem’ fundraiser to benefit jazz festival

The Friends of John Coltrane, Inc. will be hosting an evening of entertainment at Centennial Station, 121 S. Centennial St. in High Point, on Saturday, July 13, beginning at 6

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Marker unveiling, Open House to start Centennial Celebration

    Marker unveiling, Open House to start Centennial Celebration

Winston-Salem’s four-day centennial celebration begins Thursday, May 9, with the unveiling of a local historic marker commemorating the centennial, followed

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Theatre Festival season kicked off

    Theatre Festival season kicked off

Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins and NAACP Image Award winner Dorien Wilson have been tapped to serve as celebrity co-chairs

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Famed independent director to keynote WFU film fest

    Famed independent director to keynote WFU film fest

Actor/director Ed Burns will deliver the keynote address at the 6th annual Reynolda Film Festival, which will be held April

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One to Watch

    One to Watch

UNCSA student taking the world by storm Twenty-one-year-old Allan Washington’s performing arts career is going places, quite literally. Washington, a

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