It was a Sunday night in October some 80 years ago when a radio show wreaked havoc across the country.
He’s really into shenanigans.
We’ve collaborated with Reify Media to produce a video short about A Place at the Table. We’re screening the video on First Friday, and you’re invited!
High school teacher Joy Chiles had an epiphany in the classroom: If she really wanted to prepare students for real life, she needed to go beyond academics.
Here’s how we helped Families Moving Forward make a big impact at their fundraising dinners.
“My favorite meal at Al’s Burger Shack is called The Mookie. It’s a burger with bacon-onion jam, roasted garlic aioli, and blue marble cheese on top.”
In 2010, six Durham friends decided to organize a women’s arm wrestling competition. Seven years and 22 events later, they’ve raised more than $100K for local nonprofits.
And not just business books, either: applied psychology, memoir, and fiction books have all provided rich insight.
Myra Bradley was volunteering at her church, packing toiletry bags for homeless people, when she realized something: She might soon need one of those bags herself.
Crystal Dreisbach spent years writing letters to Durham restaurants, begging them to stop using styrofoam takeout containers. Finally, someone responded.