Communique: Elderhaus PACE Program Celebrates 10 Years With Open House | Saturday, 4/28

PACE -Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly-was introduced to North Carolinians by Wilmington's Elderhaus 10 years ago. To mark the anniversary, Elderhaus PACE holds an Open House this Saturday from 10:00am-2:00pm.

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In 2016, Holli Saperstein won the Star News "Best Actress" award for her performance of Becoming Dr. Ruth. Due to popular demand, she's reprising the role at Thalian Hall in a limited run through April 1.

A Little Lunch Music at WHQR, Friday, April 6 @ Noon. Casual lunchtime enrichment featuring Guitarist Robert Nathanson, Soprano Nancy King, and a return of Violinist/Violist Danijela Zelzelj-Gualdi.

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The Cape Fear Public Utility Authority has submitted its final report to the Environmental Review Commission, per the requirements of House Bill 56. That legislation appropriated funds to CFPUA and the University of North Carolina Wilmington to study which treatment techniques would remove GenX and other contaminants from the public water supply. 

Mouths of Babes Theatre Company presents a new documentary play based on Wilmington interviews with the LGBTQ community. It's called Out, NC. The group presents a first staged reading at Cameron Art Museum March 29-31. Actors are seeking input as they continue to develop this piece.

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The debate on firearms continues at the local, state, and national levels. As informed citizens, we look for debates based on logic and reason; but with more polarizing issues, it’s worth taking a look at the personal experiences that influence perceptions and resulting policy positions.   

NC Courts

Research shows that minority students are more likely to face disciplinary action in school than white students.  When students face more detentions, suspensions, and expulsions from school than their white counterparts, we also see more children of color in juvenile and criminal courts.  That phenomenon is often called the school-to-prison pipeline. 

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Sarus-Light, Water, Darkness is underway in Wilmington. Listen to Founder and Executive Director Karola Luettringhaus talk about the experimental, site-specific festival above. Events are scheduled for Wabi-Sabi Warehouse, Cameron Art Museum, Union Station, Bottega Art & Wine, Community Arts Center, and more.

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March For Our Lives, an event to push for gun law reform, is Saturday in Wilmington. Across the country, hundreds of thousands of students are expected to march to demand that their lives and safety become a priority, and that there is an end to gun violence in the nation’s schools and communities. 

A letter full of racist invectives addressed to the Minister / Head Pastor arrived at Speaks Temple AME Zion Church late last month.  Postmarked February 14th from Charlotte, North Carolina, the same day as the Parkland, Florida school shooting and Valentine’s Day, no one seems to know who wrote the letter or why they sent it to a small church in Wilmington. 

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The presidents of North Korea and South Korea are scheduled to meet this Friday, in a prelude to a summit in the works between North Korea's Kim Jong Un and President Trump to talk about North Korea's nuclear program.

The summit between Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in will be the third time the countries' top leaders have met since the Korean War. Trump's meeting with Kim is expected to occur next month.

The 123rd Canton Fair is taking place in Guangzhou, China until May 5. One of the world’s largest import and export trade fairs, it takes place twice a year and is expected to draw close to 200,000 manufacturers in China and overseas buyers. Amid high trade tensions and proposed tariffs between the United States and China, business has to continue.

Marketplace asked importers and exporters on the ground in Guangzhou about how they're feeling regarding the looming threat of tariffs. 

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President Trump acknowledged on Thursday that his longtime attorney Michael Cohen had "represented" him in what he called the "crazy" deal in which Cohen paid $130,000 to buy the silence of a porn actress just before the 2016 election.

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