It’s a commonplace to note now that the most significant images in the criminal-justice reform movement have not been shot by professional photographers, nor by police body cameras, but by ordinary people wielding only their phones. Feidin Santana’s video of Walter Scott. Ramsey Orta’s video of Eric Garner. Even the still image, shot through curtains, […]
“Let us pray,” said Graham as he opened the fourth and final night of the RNC. “Our heavenly Father, which art in Heaven, we thank you for the great bounty you have bestowed on this nation and the many blessings we have received these past four years. We are forever grateful.”
Please, it is okay, you can calm down now: Rihanna is perfectly fine, nothing to worry about here. That’s according to her reps, who have now assured the masses that the bruises recently spotted on Rihanna’s face stem from an e-scooter accident, and nothing more nefarious than that.
Adam Chaffins, “Further Away (Acoustic)” Adam Chaffins is joined by Brit Taylor for a lonesome, acoustic version of his song “Further Away,” released in its original form in February 2020. In light of this particularly bleak year, it’s taken on some new meaning. Accompanied by a skeleton crew of musicians, Kentucky native Chaffins pulls “Further […]
During a vacation over eight years ago, Becki and I met an ambitious young man who was working at our hotel and was saving up his money to go to school. We encouraged him to pursue an education and a career and we were impressed by his initiative in suggesting a local real estate opportunity. […]
‘Jerry Prevo, who will stay on as Acting President, said, “Our students are ready to be world changers as Champions for Christ. Their spirit is strong as they look to the future. I intend to do all I can to nurture their spiritual side as they grow academically and enjoy all our campus has to […]
Santa Rosa architect Sara Harrison Woodfield designed the Tanseys’ house and said eliminating wildfire risk has been a decades-long crusade. Harrison Woodfield is one of a handful of Wine Country architects who refuses to design wooden homes in areas vulnerable to wildfire. Instead she favors noncombustible materials like RSG-3D, a thick fire-retardant foam panel sandwiched […]
“When we heard a baby’s voice cried out. Then we knew what he had come to do. People have been coming from different places to dump things in this canal. We have to make it as a point of duty to make sure it stopped.
“My son’s in there, fighting for his life, things are never going to be the same with our family right now,” Currid said. “We’re missing a piece of our family. That’s our baby. Please. That’s my world, please. Do the right thing.”
Leap of Dance Academy is housed at Ajala’s home. Every day after school, his 12 students walk into his apartment, where he pushes aside his furniture and spreads a sheet over the concrete floor for dance practice.