May 8, 2023
‘We Walk Amongst Each Other, Not with Each Other’: Seeking Common Ground in Sacramento’s Oak Park
Tensions over whether Oak Park is experiencing damaging gentrification or helpful revitalization continue to shape conversations about the neighborhood.
December 17, 2022
Bend is America’s Latest ‘Zoom Town’ That’s Pricing Locals Out
(BEND, Ore.) – Last June, David Johnston and his wife decided to move from Bend, Oregon to Rancho Mirage, California […]
December 8, 2022
First New York Afro-Latina-Owned Independent Cinema Announces Expansion
In the neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, New York, sits a single-theater cinema founded by film producer Emelyn Stewart. After going […]
December 6, 2022
Only in Flint is a New $30M State Park Bad News
After a number of setbacks and broken promises, some Flint residents are less than optimistic about the latest economic development project, a 230-acre, $26.2 million state park on the troubled Flint River.
December 5, 2022
‘High’ COVID Cases Could Lead to Mask Mandate for LA County
Positive Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations are rising at a significant rate and Los Angeles County has gone from low to medium risk in the last few days. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer says if the area reaches the CDC's “high” transmission and hospitalization categories, that a mask mandate will most likely be imposed.