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Black History Month?

    Black History Month?

Some say annual celebration has become trite (pictured above: Yolanda Bolden at the East Winston Heritage Center.) The black history flood gates opened on Feb. 1 and closes shut again March

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Rahman wraps up Russian tour

    Rahman wraps up Russian tour

After more than three decades of performing, Abdullah Rahman has recently completed his first overseas gig. The percussionist, a New Jersey native who has called Winston-Salem home for nearly 30

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Playhouse to present ‘North Star’

    Playhouse to present ‘North Star’

The Stained Glass Playhouse, 4401 Indiana Ave., will present Gloria Bond Clunie’s “North Star” in honor of National Black History Month. Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Co.,

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A hearty meal and thank-you for veterans

    A hearty meal and thank-you for veterans

Veterans were treated to hot meals and plenty of gratitude Monday. In celebration of Veterans Day, American Legion Post 128, which is thought to be the oldest predominantly black post

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‘Hattie’ author shares her story at Salem

    ‘Hattie’ author shares her story at Salem

Ayana Mathis discussed her novel “The 12 Tribes of Hattie” on Sept. 17 at Salem College. The book, the Philadelphia

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Homegrown talent to screen films

    Homegrown talent to screen films

Winston-Salem native Fay Hauser-Price will screen two of her short films during the National Black Theatre Festival’s film festival. Hauser-Price

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Bakers, volunteers needed for Juneteenth Festival

    Bakers, volunteers needed for Juneteenth Festival

Plans are underway for the Ninth Annual Triad Juneteenth Africana Festival, which will be held Saturday, June 15 at the

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FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

    FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

Forsyth County Day School eighth graders took a trip to Greensboro on April 26 to visit the International Civil Rights

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100 years later

    100 years later

Winston-Salem is holding a big birthday party this weekend. It was 100 years ago that the towns of Winston and

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Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

    Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

Dr. Trevor Getz, author of the critically acclaimed “Abina and the Important Men,” will speak at Winston-Salem State University on

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