Old Salem Museums & Gardens is screening clips from four documentaries in January, February and April. The footage that will be shown will illustrate the history of civil rights in
(pictured above: Earl Dominie with the drawing he had tattooed to his arm.) “Release: From Stigma to Acceptance,” an exhibit that showcases the talents and struggles of ex-offenders reintegrating into society,
(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.
(pictured above: Willie Mason and Friends perform.) Willie Mason and Friends will celebrate their 5th Anniversary at 5 p.m. on Sunday,
Nigerian businessman Hakeem Belo-Osagie will speak at Wake Forest University on Tuesday, April 1 at 4:30 p.m. in Broyhill Auditorium in Farrell Hall. His
…An adventure in learning, that is! And this year, the event is FREE for first-timers!! If you’ve never been, now’s
One City, One Prompt (OCOP) movement is coming the Triad. Billed as a dynamic series of writing, performance, activist and