Share Dr. Maya Angelou’s home church celebrates her life (pictured above: Maya Angelou’s grandson, Colin Johnson, speaks. Sitting behind him are (from left) Sheila Alick, Mayor Pro Temp Vivian Burke, Mayor Allen Joines, Rev.
Share Following the hustle and bustle of Christmas, residents from across the community will come together this week, during the Winston-Salem City-Wide Kwanzaa Celebration. An annual Twin City tradition, the seven-daylong celebration will be
Share On October 22, Experiment in Self-Reliance hosted a information forum, a 1k walk and “Survivor Social” in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer Services’ Wellness Director Julie Lanford led a information forum
Share The real-life Olivia Pope is coming to North Carolina Central University. Judy Smith, the crisis-management expert who is the inspiration for Kerry Washington’s character on the hit show “Scandal,” will be the inaugural
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