Like a well made building, a play rises above it's foundation, elevating the author's intent for the audience to see.
By Charles Boney
Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Charles' commentary.]
The private lives of famous architects were the subject of public scorn in the early 20th century. Stanford White of McKim Meade & White, the foremost neoclassical architect of his time, was gunned down by a jealous husband in a New York restaurant; headlines lasted for weeks.
If displaced, experienced workers are not getting the jobs, who is?
By Dennis Henderson
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August 31, 2004. Following concern several months ago about a jobless economic recovery, employment now seems to be on the up-trend. More that 900 thousand persons were added to payrolls in the March - May period, the strongest three-month employment gain in four years.
Wilmington, NC – Tucked away behind the Oakdale Cemetery is the little neighborhood of Love Grove. Once home to slaves of the Love Family, the area is now home to more than 60 families, many of them elderly. Willie Davis lives at the end of King Street with his wife of 54 years. He's spent his entire life in Love Grove, and says it's the best neighborhood in Wilmington.