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Avant-garde revue features emerging spoken-word artist

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Artists: (front, from left) Rhiana Roper, Chequela Gaines, Ashely Rhame, La’Tasha Strother, and Rome. Back row: Mack, Tyler James, JD, Monique “The Plus” Poet, Cameron Hughes, and Donte Morrison. – Photos by S. Hale

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watch On a cold rainy night Friday, Feb. 15 people filed into 11th Street Village Center, a small venue in northwest, where the sounds of a jazzy quartet played between a line-up of emerging spoken-word artist. Continue reading Avant-garde revue features emerging spoken-word artist

Local Black educators take pride in making a difference in the community

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Sonnya Preston, Teacher, School Business and Information

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Google hosts free ‘Grow with Google’ training

An attendee takes advantage of the 1-on-1 coaching by a rep at Grow with Google Roanoke held at Roanoke’s main library. – Photos compliments of Google

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Significant Grant awarded to Rescue Mission

Susan Lancaster, Foundation Board Member; Lee Clark, Rescue Mission CEO; Cleo Sims and Steve Musselwhite, Foundation Board Members

Community Foundation Serving Western Virginia announced that it has awarded a grant of $65,367 to Rescue Mission of Roanoke to provide much needed repairs to its infrastructure. Funds will be used to replace the HVAC system in its Men’s Shelter and a total roof replacement for the Mission’s main building. Continue reading Significant Grant awarded to Rescue Mission

Booker T. National Monument Annual Legacy Dinner

“Not Your Momma’s History” is the theme for the 8th Annual Legacy Dinner sponsored by the Friends of Booker T. Washington National Monument, Hardy, VA. It is an annual commemoration of the birthday of Dr. Washington, born April 5, 1856. Mark your calendars and come join in from 6–9 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at Trinity Ecumenical Parish, Highway 122 (40 Lakemount Drive), Moneta, VA. Continue reading Booker T. National Monument Annual Legacy Dinner