(Above: Photos by Charles E. Leftwich Jr.– The Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. (top above) sponsored a Go Red for Women event on Friday, Feb.6 at St. Paul
Next week, the Jackson Avenue area will come alive with Zumba, food vendors, tennis and golf lessons and a whole lot of gospel music. All of this will set the
(pictured above: Cheryl Lindsay is the director of Human Resources and Inclusion/Diversity at Hanesbrands Inc., but to an ever-growing group, she is known for her annual efforts to raise heart health
‘Go Red’ is tomorrow As February is American Heart Month and tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 7) is National Wear Red Day, the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women program, locally
New Year’s fitness resolutions are so common that trainers and health professionals prepare for an influx of clients every January.
Fitness movement catching fire A women’s health movement has taken Winston-Salem by storm. Two years after its inception in the
Ursula Kendall, an acclaimed choreographer whose work was seen in the film “Ray” and at Superbowl XXXIV, is hosting the
During the Lenten Season (Feb. 13 – March 31), Rev. Peris J. Lester led his congregation at St. John CME
Many attend Delta health event at Carver Sorors from the local alumnae chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. engaged
St. John CME Church’s “40 Ways in 40 Days” Lent campaign aims to help churchgoers gain faith while losing pounds.