Historian Joseph McGill is sleeping in slave cabins throughout the East Coast, and he’s coming to Historic Stagville for his Slave Dwelling Project. McGill, a descendant of slaves, is traveling
The 2013 Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County awards were presented last week to Lynn and Barry Eisenberg, Festival Stage and State Rep. Edward Hanes Jr. The N.C. Black
Historic Tryon Palace in New Bern will be seen in the next episode of “Sleepy Hollow,” a new Fox TV series. When producers needed a vintage location that seemed frozen
Ursula Kendall, an acclaimed choreographer whose work was seen in the film “Ray” and at Superbowl XXXIV, is hosting the
Greensboro College’s Department of Music has received permission from its accrediting body to launch two new programs within the department.
Latonya Black, a former Greensboro resident who performed with the N.C. Black Repertory Co. in the 1980s, has taken her
The Hallmark Channel movie “The Watsons Go To Birmingham” will premiere tonight, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. The movie is
The New Winston Museum, 713 S. Marshall St., will host “Standing Up — The Rise of Local 22,” a discussion