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‘Juneteenth’ celebrates the end of slavery and the beginning of Black enterprise

June 20, 2019

June 19 marked the 154th celebration of Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration honoring the end of slavery in the United States. On Monday, June 17, the Piedmont Business Capital kicked off the festivities with their 2nd annual Juneteenth event, The Color of Commerce: A Celebration of Black Owned Businesses in the Triad, held at the […]

A&T Women Close Out NCAAs and Pass the Torch

June 14, 2019

AUSTIN, TX –The North Carolina A&T women’s track and field program is now under new leadership. The Aggies completed the 2019 NCAA Track and Field Championships on Saturday, June 8 with three women’s events at the University of Texas’ Mike A. Myers Stadium. In the last of those three events, senior Kayla White and freshman […]

Three Sisters Survive Cancer

June 14, 2019

Three sisters in Winston-Salem are celebrating life these days, as all three have battled and survived breast cancer. JoAnn Agnew is the oldest, and the first to be diagnosed at 49-years-old and is now a 20 year breast cancer survivor. Agnew said she felt a lump in her breast and went to see her doctor. […]

Hampton Elementary community gathers for a farewell cookout

June 14, 2019

Hampton Elementary School students, families, and teachers, as well as former students and teachers, gathered at Barber Park on June 11 for a community cookout to say final goodbyes to the neighborhood school. “This cookout was to let everyone know that I appreciate everything they have done for the school, and their support of me. […]

White & Coach Ross Earn Regional Honors

June 7, 2019

Senior Kayla White added to her legendary status as a North Carolina A&T student-athlete, last Friday. Meanwhile, N.C. A&T director of track and field programs, Duane Ross, added to his collection of acknowledgments as well. White was named the United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association Southeast Region Women’s Outdoor Track Athlete of […]

Movie Review: John Wick Chapter 3

June 6, 2019

Should the glorification of gun violence, as depicted in this action/thriller, become a thing of the past? Is that notion worth a discussion? Think on it. John Wick is back. In Chapter 3 of this ultra-violent franchise, this assassin digs deeper and deeper into an underworld of hit men and women who are greedy for […]

Parisian Promenade & Poodle Parade

June 6, 2019

A festive Parisian atmosphere flourished at the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden in Greensboro as people and their well-coiffed Poodles and other pooches gathered on a Sunday, June 2nd afternoon. Sponsored by Greensboro Beautiful, The Parisian Promenade and Poodle Parade featured “sidewalk artists, live music, Garden Quest, art and planting activities for kids, family games, aerial […]

A&T Aggies excel at NCAA East Regional

May 30, 2019

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – With all four relay teams earning their way to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships scheduled for June 5-8 at the University of Texas, the path is now set for the North Carolina A&T men’s and women’s track and field teams to accomplish things no other Division I school its size […]

Black women more likely to die of breast cancer – especially in the South

May 30, 2019

When Felicia Mahone was 27, she felt her breast and found a mass. Breast cancer had killed nearly all the women in her family — her mother, two aunts and two cousins. Her doctor, though, downplayed the lump, assuring her everything would be all right. For months, Mahone resumed her busy life. But she couldn’t […]

Book Review: The Wonder of Lost Causes

May 30, 2019

Pitbull or Poodle? Doberman, Dalmatian, or Dachshund? Small dog or big dog, long-haired or no hair, you’re a good dog parent who knows how to pick the right dog for you. It’s a little bit science, a little bit heart and, as in the new book “The Wonder of Lost Causes” by Nick Trout, it’s […]

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