Posts From Tevin Stinson

Public Art Commission honors The “5” Royales with downtown mural

    Public Art Commission honors The “5” Royales with downtown mural

Winston-Salem’s latest mural is dedicated to The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame group that got its start right here in the City of Arts and Innovation: The “5” Royales. 

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New county manager makes history as first African American and woman to hold position

    New county manager makes history as first African American and woman to hold position

New county manager makes history as first African American and woman to hold position

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25th Juneteenth Festival celebrates Freedom Day with music, dancing, art and more

    25th Juneteenth Festival celebrates Freedom Day with music, dancing, art and more

African American history and culture took center stage last weekend as thousands of people gathered at Innovation Quarter for the city’s 25th annual Juneteenth Festival.

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Triad Cultural Arts holds 3rd annual Queen Juneteenth Scholarship Pageant

    Triad Cultural Arts holds 3rd annual Queen Juneteenth Scholarship Pageant

As part of the city’s Juneteenth Celebration, on Friday, June 14, Triad Cultural Arts hosted the 3rd Annual Queen Juneteenth Scholarship Pageant at Paisley Middle School. 

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Winston Lake YMCA to undergo renovations to become a REACH Center

    Winston Lake YMCA to undergo renovations to become a REACH Center

Recently the Winston Lake Family YMCA took a giant leap to becoming the Winston Lake REACH Center. On Monday, June 10, representatives from Winston Lake and YMCA of Northwest N.C. broke ground on renovations to the facility located on Waterworks Road. 

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Bonita J. Brown elected chancellor of WSSU

    Bonita J. Brown elected chancellor of WSSU

For the first time in history, a woman has been chosen to lead Winston-Salem State University (WSSU). During a press conference held last week, Bonita J. Brown was officially announced as the 14th chancellor of WSSU. 

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New name, new logo, one marvtastic event

    New name, new logo, one marvtastic event

Every two years since 1989 downtown Winston-Salem is transformed into Black Theatre Holy Ground when the N.C. Black Repertory Company hosts the biggest event in Black theatre. And this year with a new name, the International Black Theatre Festival is back July 29 – August 3.

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Reset and Heal holds W-S’s first Black Mental Health Summit

    Reset and Heal holds W-S’s first Black Mental Health Summit

More than 200 Black people of all ages and from walks of life met at The Enterprise Conference and Event Center last Friday, to openly discuss something that impacts us all but is rarely discussed in the Black community: mental health.

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City Council approves funding for TCA Shotgun House Project

    City Council approves funding for TCA Shotgun House Project

The Winston-Salem City Council has approved a resolution that will contribute $70,000 to Triad Cultural Arts’ Shotgun House Project. 

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Carver Nation’s Culture Week promotes interdisciplinary collaboration and engagement

    Carver Nation’s Culture Week promotes interdisciplinary collaboration and engagement

By  Felecia Piggott-Long, Ph.D. The student body of Carver Nation was exposed to a week of international engagement from May

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