Miles offers some insight into the world of Aspergers for employers, teachers or others interacting with an Aspie.
A local man has journeyed to help Syrian refugees, and shares his perspective on giving and receiving.
“It is easy to confine the labels “pro-life” and “pro-choice” to the arena of unborn children. But the issue of abortion is not really the subject of this post.”
The final tally on the governor’s race may not be finished for days, but Stu Egan breaks down how Pat McCrory has already lost this election. (Includes a special version of “Let It Go” just for Pat!)
Kim Thore takes a look at why she and so many other people are upset following our election.
Kristen offers a humorous look at what might happen if a Mom was in the Oval Office. (Not to be considered an endorsement of any candidate,)
It is a story of fast love, followed by tribulations, and then of the two conquering the odds to start Organix Juice Bar & Inspired Memory’s Photography.
Includes information on politicians’ role in education and a list of education-friendly candidates.
Stuart Egan takes a look at Trump’s Scarlet Letters – and finds one for every letter of the alphabet.
The restoration of a 1935 mill has provided a space for community and events in the West End.