O P I N I O N About this series: A narrative exploring the stories behind the paintings of late artist Herbert Mandel as explained in the context of the Biblical texts they’re derived from, by his READ MORE
As we purposefully attempt to reassemble delicately shattered pieces with the aim of creating fortified and lasting effects, Black and Brown community leaders are asked a poignant question. “In your opinion, moving forward how do we fix what is broken?” READ MORE
What an amazing fun read learning the delicious details that people share with Stoddart about their lives and careers. Stories from the Rolodex is well-written and made me smile, cry, scream and feel so good about the resilience of the individuals walking around us. READ MORE
Madear’s Southern Eatery and Bakery in Pembroke is known for its convivial atmosphere and lively events. Owners Robb Curry and Kyle Davis spent most of last year relocating from Hanover Street in Manchester to Pembroke’s petit main street. READ MORE
Before God renamed Abram “Abraham,” he was in the process of remaking him. Yahweh’s first prophet Abram, was chosen to leave his country and his culture along with everything else in his life outside of his wife Sarai, nephew Lot and their possessions. God’s word came to him in a vision as detailed in Genesis Chapter 15. READ MORE
Trump is no gangster. Let’s get that straight. If he wasn’t President and insulated and you were able to get up into his face, he would 100 percent crawl into his fat neck and hide from a real fight. That’s the man Don Trump is. He’s no tough guy, and I doubt he has either ever thrown a punch or taken one to the face in his life. READ MORE
As we stand on the historical precipice of Kamala Harris the first woman and Black woman as Vice President-elect of the United States, the remarkable legacy of politician and activist Shirley Chisholm has rightfully gained significant notice. READ MORE
theatre KAPOW continues its thirteenth season with a second series of live-streamed productions, beginning with “A Hundred Words for Snow” by Tatty Hennessey to be performed January 15 – 17, 2021. READ MORE
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