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Livingstone culinary graduate becoming ‘big cheese’ in culinary arts, makes TV appearance

    Livingstone culinary graduate becoming ‘big cheese’ in culinary arts, makes TV appearance

Jordan Walker portrayed a typical student while at Livingstone College, one who shared the same highs and woes of such. But when he spoke culinary, his distinction and passion for food spilled out like a poached egg.

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Winston-Salem Symphony postpones or cancels all remaining concerts for the 2019–20 season

    Winston-Salem Symphony postpones or cancels all remaining concerts for the 2019–20 season

The Winston-Salem Symphony is committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community. In accordance with the latest recommendations from the CDC and to assist in the containment

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Local nonprofits adapting to provide services without senior volunteers

    Local nonprofits adapting to provide  services without senior volunteers

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Before the COVID-19 crisis, any time you walked into an art gallery, hospital, community service agency, library, or other organization, you would see older adults working –

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Busta’s Person of the Week: His dark past in prison is behind him, John Baxter’s future is bright

    Busta’s Person of the Week: His dark past in prison is behind him, John Baxter’s future is bright

By Busta Brown “My mother baked cakes at C&W. She worked hard, long hours, and didn’t make much money. But she kept working and never complained. My mother was a

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Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. & Top Teens of America host a magical event

  Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. & Top Teens of America host a magical event

Winston-Salem Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. and Top Teens of America presented an Evening of Elegance Scholarship Gala

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Despite life’s obstacles, Monique Johnson continues to inspire others

  Despite life’s obstacles, Monique Johnson continues to inspire others

Her entire life, Monique Johnson has been proving people wrong. Born with dystrophic dysplasia, the rarest form of dwarfism, doctors only gave her six years to live. Thirty-three years later, she has accomplished goals that quite frankly, some can only dream of, and uses her life’s obstacles to inspire others.

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Chi Chi Chapter, Eta Phi Sorority, accepts new members

  Chi Chi Chapter, Eta Phi Sorority, accepts new members

Saturday, March 14, marked an exciting and historic day for Chi Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated, when they accepted nine beautiful, energetic registered nurses into their sisterhood.

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Two Boy Scouts awarded Eagle Scout designation

  Two Boy Scouts awarded Eagle Scout  designation

Two Boy Scouts awarded Eagle Scout designation

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The Winston-Salem Symphony appoints new  assistant conductor

  The Winston-Salem Symphony appoints new  assistant conductor

The Winston-Salem Symphony has named Karen Ní Bhroin assistant conductor effective June 1. Ní Bhroin is originally from County Wexford, Ireland, and currently holds the position of graduate assistant orchestral conductor at Kent State University.

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Busta’s Movie Review: Did ‘Bad Boys for Life’ leave us wanting 4?

  Busta’s Movie Review: Did ‘Bad Boys for Life’ leave us wanting 4?

Busta’s Movie Review: Did ‘Bad Boys for Life’ leave us wanting 4?

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