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International Black Theatre Festival® announces celebrity co-chairs

    International Black Theatre Festival® announces celebrity co-chairs

The International Black Theatre Festival® (IBTF) will once again be held in the City of the Arts, Winston-Salem, beginning on Monday, July 29, and continuing through Saturday, Aug. 3.  

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Latisha Coleman’s solo exhibit of 3-D art will make you want to touch it – but don’t!

    Latisha Coleman’s solo exhibit of 3-D art will make you want to touch it – but don’t!

Latisha Coleman’s solo exhibit of 3-D art will make you want to touch it – but don’t!

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Busta’s Person of the Week: The minister of hip-hop

    Busta’s Person of the Week: The minister of hip-hop

Busta’s Person of the Week: The minister of hip-hop

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‘Our Town’ succeeds at lifting a poignant message: Appreciate life as you live it before it is too late.

    ‘Our Town’ succeeds at lifting a poignant message: Appreciate life as you live it before it is too late.

The Stained Glass Playhouse production of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” opened on May 3-5 at the theater located at 4401 Indiana Avenue in the former sanctuary at Marvin United Methodist Church. Friday and Saturday productions are held at 8 p.m. and the Sunday production is held at 3 p.m. The productions will continue during the following weekends: May 10-12 and May 17-19.

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Two dynamic women – One magical night of music

  Two dynamic women – One magical night of music

On Saturday, May 11, the Winston-Salem Symphony will present a concert that just may well be a historic event when two dynamic women – Michelle Merrill and Nia Franklin – join together in “At Last: Nia Imani Franklin.” 

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W-S Pops to celebrate the ‘60s in song

  W-S Pops to celebrate the ‘60s in song

Miss those days of Flower Power, bell-bottoms and 45 singles on the turntable? Well, you’re in luck! The Winston-Salem Pops is bringing back the music of the ‘60s in their concert, “Swingin’ the ‘60s: Celebrating the Sixties in Song.” The concert will be held on Friday, May 17, 6:30 p.m., at Ardmore Baptist Church in the Brown Auditorium, 501 Miller Street.

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‘Once On This Island’ opens May 10 at Theatre Alliance

  ‘Once On This Island’ opens May 10 at Theatre Alliance

‘Once On This Island’ opens May 10 at Theatre Alliance

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Senior Games/SilverArts literary arts winners announced

  Senior Games/SilverArts literary arts winners announced

Senior Games/SilverArts literary arts winners announced

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Piedmont Plus Senior Games announces SilverArts medal winners

  Piedmont Plus Senior Games announces SilverArts medal winners

Piedmont Plus Senior Games announces SilverArts medal winners

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40+ Stage offers acting classes for older adults

  40+ Stage offers acting classes for older adults

40+ Stage Company, supported by a grant from The Shallow Ford Foundation, will offer acting classes for seniors (age 50 and up) at the Mary Alice Warren Community Center in Lewisville.

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