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Writer’s Corner: Hanging on: How the Pandemic affected me

    Writer’s Corner: Hanging on: How the Pandemic affected me

Writer’s Corner: Hanging on: How the Pandemic affected me

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40+ Stage Company to feature 3 plays by local playwrights during 2020-21 season

    40+ Stage Company to feature 3 plays by local playwrights during 2020-21 season

40+ Stage Company, a non-profit theatre company that presents performances that focus on intergenerational issues and themes, recently announced the play selection for the 2021 – 2022 season.

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16th Annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair goes virtual with FREE events and programs for all ages

    16th Annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair goes virtual with FREE events and programs for all ages

Everyone is invited to join Piedmont Environmental Alliance (PEA) for the 2021 Virtual Piedmont Earth Day Fair, April 19 – 23. The virtual festival is packed with family-friendly activities, educational events, demonstrations, artwork and more – all free to the public.

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Japanese comfort food ‘ramen’ seeing increased popularity among local foodies

    Japanese comfort food ‘ramen’ seeing increased popularity among local foodies

Japanese comfort food ‘ramen’ seeing increased popularity among local foodies

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SilverArts winners announced

  SilverArts winners announced

Senior Games/SilverArts has been able to continue their competition this year with just a few adjustments. The Literary Arts entries were recently judged by members of Winston-Salem Writers as in the past, with each category having three judges using a 10-point rating system. The Visual and Heritage Arts competitions will be on view at the downtown Central Library during the month of April and those winners will be announced later this month. The Performing Arts will be filmed and judged by video later this month.

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Colleen Foy’s passion sparks coworkers in successful fundraising campaign

  Colleen Foy’s passion sparks coworkers in successful fundraising campaign

As a scientist for Reynolds American, one of the largtest and best recognized companies in Winston-Salem, Colleen Foy’s job duties include analyzing training, product process, and product services; however, it does not include event planning or fundraising. One of the things that brings her the most satisfaction as a Reynolds employee is the opportunity to plan, organize and host activities that support local nonprofits.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: From prison to prosperity. Lynch Hunt is a male modern-day Harriet Tubman

  Busta’s Person of the Week: From prison to prosperity. Lynch Hunt is a male modern-day Harriet Tubman

Busta’s Person of the Week: From prison to prosperity. Lynch Hunt is a male modern-day Harriet Tubman

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Busta’s Person of the Week: American Idol and Sunday Best contestant, live in concert, with a few of her friends

  Busta’s Person of the Week:  American Idol and Sunday Best contestant, live in concert, with a few of her friends

Busta’s Person of the Week: American Idol and Sunday Best contestant, live in concert, with a few of her friends

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Local sorority chapter honors Vice President Kamala Harris

  Local sorority chapter honors Vice President Kamala Harris

National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Beta Lambda Chapter, showed off their Chucks and pearls as a nod to newly-elected Vice President, Mrs. Kamala Harris. Converse shoes and pearls are favorites of Vice President Harris.

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Kids’ Cooking Coalition goes virtual

  Kids’ Cooking Coalition goes virtual

With support from the Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest University (CKWFU), in 2018 Margaret Savoca, Ph.D, launched an initiative called Kids’ Cooking Coalition (KCC), which is designed to introduce local children to cooking and preparing healthy meals. Due to the pandemic, KCC was forced to stop holding in-person classes, but now the initiative is back, virtually. Throughout the month of March, KCC is hosting a series of cooking classes presented by local chefs.

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