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Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors is a mecca for readers and writers

    Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors is a mecca for readers and writers

The 15th Annual Festival of Books & Authors will be held Sept. 5-8 in Winston-Salem.

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Seniors surprised with gifts of Beat the Heat baskets

    Seniors surprised with gifts of Beat the Heat baskets

Seniors at Holland Homes were surprised when members from HIPSS (Health Industry Professionals Serving Seniors) stopped by last Wednesday, Aug. 15, to deliver baskets of goodies to help them “beat the heat.”

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New medical practice focusing on seniors opens in Winston-Salem

    New medical practice focusing on seniors opens in Winston-Salem

If you’ve ever complained about the long wait in a doctor’s office, a crowded waiting room, or the feeling that you’re being rushed and your concerns are not being heard, you’re not alone. But all that’s changing now that Iora Primary Care, a new concept in healthcare for seniors, opened its first office on Aug. 28.

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Yard of the Month project instills pride in Boston-Thurmond neighborhood

    Yard of the Month project instills pride in Boston-Thurmond neighborhood

Members of the Safety and Beautification committee of the Boston-Thurmond Community Engagement Roundtable recently started a new project called the Yard of the Month to bring attention to some of the well-kept yards in their neighborhood.

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National Black Theatre returns for another ‘marvtastic’ festival

    National Black Theatre returns for another ‘marvtastic’ festival

One of the most anticipated events held in Winston-Salem is returning July 29 – August 3. The National Black Theatre Festival will again bring some of the best national and international black theatre companies to Winston-Salem for six days of performances that will rival those seen on Broadway.

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Leo Rucker’s ‘Painting Happy Hill’ opens at SECCA

    Leo Rucker’s ‘Painting Happy Hill’ opens at SECCA

Leo Rucker’s ‘Painting Happy Hill’ opens at SECCA

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Local senior apartment community to hold ‘Bake Sale for Book Bags’ Goal is to provide 30 book bags for the homeless

    Local senior apartment community to hold ‘Bake Sale for Book Bags’ Goal is to provide 30 book bags for the homeless

Local senior apartment community to hold ‘Bake Sale for Book Bags’ Goal is to provide 30 book bags for the homeless

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Tanglewood Park’s history resurfaces with wristband controversy

    Tanglewood Park’s history resurfaces with wristband controversy

While celebrating America’s 243rd Independence Day, a Tanglewood Park visitor became appalled by what she saw on her wrist.

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Local seniors enjoy day-tripping adventures

    Local seniors enjoy day-tripping adventures

Local seniors enjoy day-tripping adventures

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Lenora Cunningham celebrates 100 years of living gracefully

    Lenora Cunningham celebrates 100 years of living gracefully

Lenora Cunningham sat on stage at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church on Sunday afternoon, June 9, and gracefully accepted recognition and praise in celebration of her 100th birthday.

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