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Audience enjoys first Jazz Fest at the fair

    Audience enjoys first Jazz Fest at the fair

The Jazz Fest at the Carolina Classic Fair was a welcomed change to the annual Gospel Fest brought to you by The Chronicle. The collection of instruments, singers and performers was the perfect mix for any jazz lover in attendance.

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ONTV Studios, Urban Success Academy look to introduce local youth to creative possibilities

    ONTV Studios, Urban Success Academy look to introduce local youth to creative possibilities

In 2012 California native Rick Gibson helped launch a program in Oakland geared toward introducing web design to young people to help them explore tech-related careers. Now with help from a few local tech-savvy young creatives and a couple of students and graduates from Forsyth Tech Community College, Gibson is looking to launch a similar program here in Winston-Salem. 

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Wake’s Hit the Bricks event raises six figures for cancer research

    Wake’s Hit the Bricks event raises six figures for cancer research

Wake’s Hit the Bricks event raises six figures for cancer research

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Talk, cry and laugh with Tisha Raye’s ‘judgement-free zone’ podcast

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Talk, cry and laugh with Tisha Raye’s ‘judgement-free zone’ podcast

Busta’s Person of the Week: Talk, cry and laugh with Tisha Raye’s ‘judgement-free zone’ podcast

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Unsung hero, Vincent Parker, tells his story

  Unsung hero, Vincent Parker, tells his story

Back in the 1990s, Winston-Salem native Vincent Parker became one of the most respected football officials in the game on the collegiate level. He was also one of only six Black officials in the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) at the time. His hard work on the field helped pave the way for other officials of color that followed.

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Getting to know your Rams: Jaylin Parker: Small guard, big impact

  Getting to know your Rams: Jaylin Parker: Small guard, big impact

Getting to know your Rams: Jaylin Parker: Small guard, big impact

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Bubba Wallace changes NASCAR landscape

  Bubba Wallace changes NASCAR landscape

Bubba Wallace won the NASCAR playoff cup race at Talladega, becoming the first Black driver to win a race on NASCAR’s premiere level since Wendell Scott did so in 1963 in Jacksonville, Florida.

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IFB Solutions names officers, new board members, Brenda Diggs to chair

  IFB Solutions names officers, new board members, Brenda Diggs to chair

Nonprofit IFB Solutions, the largest employer of people who are blind or visually impaired in the country, announces its board of directors’ officers for the 2021-22 term and welcomes a new board member. 

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NAACP Political Action Committee and Social Justice Committee held a program designed to help local adolescent/teenagers build leadership skills.

  NAACP Political Action Committee and Social Justice Committee held a program designed to help local adolescent/teenagers build leadership skills.

To combat gun violence in the community, last week the local branch of the NAACP #5471 and the Political Action Committee (Chair Quamekia Shavers) and Social Justice Committee (Chair Reginald McCaskill) held a program designed to help local adolescent/teenagers build leadership skills. On Oct. 8, the chapter hosted their event at “Sherman’s Drop-In.”

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