24 Apr 19
Timothy Pflueger Blog

A debate is raging in art, history and education worlds over the fate of one of the largest installations of New Deal era-funded murals in San Francisco. Artist Dewey Crumpler, now an associate professor at the San Francisco Art Institute, has seen this controversy before. He was once part of the solution. In the turbulence […]

23 Apr 19
The Onslow Beat

Jacksonville-Onslow Chamber of Commerce held a ceremony this morning at Marston Pavillion on Camp Lejeune, in celebration and honor of administrative professionals across Onslow County. The Jacksonville-Onslow Chamber says, During the breakfast celebration there is a feature keynote speaker, recognition of all the nominees and announcement of the winner. This event supports the businesses of […]

23 Apr 19
Mark H. Crumpler

Mary went to the disciples with the news, “I have seen the Lord.” (John 20:18) We’re told that the Lord is close to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). And yet we know – perhaps from our own painful experiences – that the brokenhearted often struggle to sense or believe that God is close. Our tears and […]

23 Apr 19
Cecilia Moore

A lot can be said about nurses: They’re by your side when you’re having a baby, or in the throes of a life-threatening medical emergency, or maybe they’re your point of reference when you have a loved one in a time of need. Nurses are the best, are we right? Well, about that: a Washington […]