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History of Columbian Heights, a black community, addressed

    History of Columbian Heights, a black community, addressed

New Winston Museum’s Fall 2017 Salon Series, “Lost, Found, and Transformed: Our Storied Places in African-American History” concludes this month with “Envisioning Columbian Heights.” This three-program series, co-curated with the

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New Winston Museum relocating

    New Winston Museum relocating

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE As part of the process of identifying a new permanent location for New Winston Museum, the organization has sold its property on South Marshall Street and

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Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

    Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has announced its second round of 2016 grants made through its Community Enrichment Mini-Grant initiative. These awards provide community groups and individuals

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Former drivers recount experiences at historic Safe Bus Co. of Winston-Salem

    Former drivers recount experiences at historic Safe Bus Co. of Winston-Salem

Photos by Todd Luck Tina Carson-Wilkins makes a presentation on Safe Bus history. BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The history of the black-owned Safe Bus Company, which served East Winston

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Project will do ‘wonderful things’ for W-S

    Project will do ‘wonderful things’ for W-S

In above photo: Vivian Reed presents insights into “An Evening with Vivian Reed” at a press conference on Tuesday, Aug.

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Winston-Salem Foundation provides $25,000 grant to New Winston Museum

    Winston-Salem Foundation provides $25,000 grant to New Winston Museum

Special to The Chronicle The New Winston Museum is pleased to announce it has received a $25,000 grant from the Frances

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Memories of Meharry

    Memories of Meharry

Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck.  Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr.

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‘Separate but Equal’ Winston-Salem recalled

    ‘Separate but Equal’  Winston-Salem recalled

(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely

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Museum talk to focus on Local 22

    Museum talk to focus on Local 22

The New Winston Museum, 713 S. Marshall St., will host “Standing Up — The Rise of Local 22,” a discussion

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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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