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Ellis Marsalis performing with son Jason

    Ellis Marsalis performing with son Jason

(pictured above:  Ellis Marsalis with son Jason.) Jazz legend Ellis Marsalis and his 37-year-old son Jason will join forces for a generation-crossing performance on Friday, Sept. 12 at UNCG’s Aycock Auditorium.

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Original play shines light on Five Row community

    Original play shines light on Five Row community

(pictured above:  Harvey Miller (standing on ground second from left) poses with other students at Five Row School in this vintage photo.) Residents in the community have a chance to

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Caesar packs them in

    Caesar packs them in

(pictured above:  Shirley Caesar performs at United Metropolitan.) First Lady of Gospel Shirley Caesar brought down the house on May 16 with her stirring performance at United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist

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Local artists bringing arts movement to town 

    Local artists bringing arts movement to town 

One City, One Prompt (OCOP) movement is coming the Triad. Billed as a dynamic series of writing, performance, activist and community-building events, OCOP is a global effort, bringing people together

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Performers honor Dr. King in song, dance and spoken word

    Performers honor Dr. King in song, dance and spoken word

(pictured above: Willie Carter Longtime Black Rep performer Brian Cager leds performers in the finale.) As the North Carolina Black Repertory

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Gospel competition pushes stroke awareness

    Gospel competition pushes stroke awareness

(pictured above: Latice Crawford) The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Most Powerful Voices – a national gospel singing competition – has

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W-S has new asst. city manager

    W-S has new asst. city manager

City Manager Lee Garrity has promoted Budget and Evaluation Director Ben Rowe to assistant city manager. Rowe will oversee Budget

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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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‘Hungry’ concerts to begin

    ‘Hungry’ concerts to begin

The Voices of God’s Children, Inc. (VOGC) will present an evening of spirituals, hymns, anthems and gospel music on Monday,

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Much loved music teacher strives to inspire students

    Much loved music teacher strives to inspire students

Quincy Lundy had the good fortune to have music teachers who supported and encouraged him in middle and high school,

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