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Black History Month: Family discusses the late Larry Leon Hamlin and the NCBRC

    Black History Month: Family discusses the late Larry Leon Hamlin and the NCBRC

The name Larry Leon Hamlin is synonymous with the city of Winston-Salem and performing arts across the country but as the saying goes, behind every good man is a strong woman, and in Larry’s case, there were two.

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Local talent helps celebrate Dr. King

    Local talent helps celebrate Dr. King

There were few, if any empty seats inside the Arts Council Theatre on Monday afternoon, Jan. 15, as hundreds witnessed local talent during the 33rd annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday Celebration.

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Local people honored at star-studded gala

    Local people honored at star-studded gala

The National Black Theatre Festival began the week with its annual awards banquet, featuring several locals who were honored.

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N.C. Black Rep celebrates Dr. King’s actual birthday

    N.C. Black Rep celebrates Dr. King’s actual birthday

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  While most of the residents, local organizations and people across the country celebrated the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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“The Sting of White Roses” play addresses people touched by cancer indirect

    “The Sting of White Roses” play addresses people touched by cancer indirect

Photo by Tevin Stinson  Local ministers discuss how they keep their faith  BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE During an interview

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Arts Council awards presented

    Arts Council awards presented

The 2013 Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County awards were presented last week to Lynn and Barry Eisenberg, Festival

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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

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New W-S black visitors’ guide debuts

    New W-S black visitors’ guide debuts

The new Visit Winston-Salem African American Arts & Culture Guide made its debut at the recent National Black Theatre Festival.

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Editorial: Plays First; Parties Later

    Editorial: Plays First; Parties Later

Theatre has always been considered highbrow. For many, its mere mention still conjures images of women in white gloves and

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Sawtooth to show Rucker’s portraits

    Sawtooth to show Rucker’s portraits

Local artist Leo Rucker is getting a lot of exposure as of late. The Delta Arts Center is currently hosting

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