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Group marking anniversary with concert

    Group marking anniversary with concert

(pictured above: Willie Mason and Friends perform.) Willie Mason and Friends will celebrate their 5th Anniversary at 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 1 at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, 4129 Northampton Drive,

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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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Robeson’s life coming to local stage 

    Robeson’s life coming to local stage 

“Paul Robeson” by Phillip Hayes Dean is coming to the Hanesbrands Theatre, 209 North Spruce St., later this month. Presented by Winston-Salem-based United in Music, the production chronicles the life

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For-profit colleges targeted

    For-profit colleges targeted

As higher education costs continue to increase faster than most consumers’ income, college loan debt has now topped $1.2 trillion. One area where the cost may be too high is

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Terry hired at UNCG

UNCG has appointed Dr. Bryan Terry as associate provost for enrollment management effective Jan. 1. Since 2009, Terry has served

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Editorial: Common Core, White Power

    Editorial: Common Core, White Power

Parents have been advised to expect their kids to bring home lower End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) scores when they

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‘I Am Troy’ Call to Action

    ‘I Am Troy’ Call to Action

Two years ago last week, the state of Georgia ignored the facts, doubts and pleas of hundreds of thousands of

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Parmon joins Cathcarts for family reunion

    Parmon joins Cathcarts for family reunion

Members of the Cathcart family gathered for a reunion with excitement June 28–30 in the beautiful city of Rock Hill,

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Churches urged to link the poor with healthy food

    Churches urged to link the poor with healthy food

In America, even the food system is biased, with poor communities of color struggling for fresh produce and other things

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Center provides horseback therapy

    Center provides horseback therapy

On the ground, four year-old Ethan Lee sometimes faces challenges. But when he’s on the back of a horse at

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