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.
Photo by Tevin Stinson Local ministers discuss how they keep their faith BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE During an interview with The Chronicle, shortly after the N.C. Black Repertory Company
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
Latonya Black, a former Greensboro resident who performed with the N.C. Black Repertory Co. in the 1980s, has taken her love for performance to the “left coast.” She is the
The new Visit Winston-Salem African American Arts & Culture Guide made its debut at the recent National Black Theatre Festival.
Theatre has always been considered highbrow. For many, its mere mention still conjures images of women in white gloves and
Local artist Leo Rucker is getting a lot of exposure as of late. The Delta Arts Center is currently hosting
The National Black Theatre Festival will be back this summer. Officials whetted our appetite Monday by rolling out this year’s
This year’s Chronicle Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast will take a sharp detour from past events. Chronicle