Around the time of the Revolutionary War, New York City was home to the largest urban community of slaves outside of Charleston, South Carolina. These slaves worked as skilled artisans and craftsmen, associated specifically with shipping, construction and other trades, as well as working as...
On February 5, the Commission on Black Ministry sponsored 50 young adults to attend the Ensemble Theater’s rendition of The Ballad of Emmett Till.
The legal needs of the elderly are many and diverse. As we age, some of the things that used to be so easy for us, are now becoming very difficult.
"When a strong-minded woman is faced with a difficult decision, should she voice concerns about one of her male colleagues? This dilemma unfolds on stage as Montana Repertory Theater brings the gripping and mysterious Doubt to Galveston's Grand 1894 Opera House on Friday, March 9 at 8 p.m.
It was really as a child that I began my career. I say that because, as a child, my mother, Betty, would take me to nursing homes with her.
My father was 48 when I was born, so I expected him to die before my friends’ dads might. I always knew that he was different.
Diocesan officials announced today that a coordinated effort to help Bastrop County families recover from last September’s wildfires has begun. Volunteers and donations are needed to help rebuilding efforts.
On Sunday, December 10, for the first time, St. Christopher's Episcopal Church Women broke with tradition and held their annual Christmas Tea at their Thrift Shop.