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‘Maya Angelou chose to love me,’ Tavis Smiley said of his friend

    ‘Maya Angelou chose to love me,’ Tavis Smiley said of his friend

(Above left: Tavis Smiley photo by  Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle) Author, broadcaster and publisher Tavis Smiley encouraged residents to find their path by walking it themselves as he spoke

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Upcoming Black History Month Events

    Upcoming Black History Month Events

Heritage Sunday at Union Baptist Union Baptist Church, 1200 N. Trade St., will hold its annual Heritage Sunday on Feb. 22 in observance of Black History Month. Worship services will

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Grow Something!

    Grow Something!

Conference draws gardening enthusiasts from across the state (pictured above:  Pearl Norman shows off the carnivorous plants she had available for sale at the vendors’ fair.) Green thumbs from across the

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Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

    Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

The triumphs and pitfalls of Soul Food were explored during the screening of an award winning documentary at The Enterprise Center Tuesday. More than 50 community members were on hand

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Smith latest in long line of injustices

    Smith latest  in long line  of injustices

Forsyth County is far from the only place with an ugly history of Keystone Cop investigators and overzealous prosecutors. They

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Transportation planners coming to town

    Transportation planners coming to town

Transportation planners from throughout North Carolina will convene in Winston-Salem May 15-17 for their annual conference. Citizens who are interested

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Documentary to look at challenges of inner-city school

    Documentary to look at challenges of inner-city school

The documentary “180 Days: A Year Inside An American High School” will be shown on PBS in two parts on March

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Whitney Young: Mr. Inside

    Whitney Young: Mr. Inside

“I am not anxious to be the loudest voice or the most popular. But I would like to think that

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Author/scholar Butler Bass speaking at WFU

    Author/scholar Butler Bass speaking  at WFU

Author, speaker and independent scholar Diana Butler Bass, who specializes in American religion and culture, will speak at the Wake

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