We’re hiring a part-time project manager to help keep Stories of Atlantic City going!Read More
Dozens of Atlantic City residents, activists, artists, and other community members filed into the Leadership Studio last month to celebrate the success of Stories of Atlantic City, a collaborative reporting project that uses restorative narratives to uplift community stories that would otherwise have gone overlooked. The project officially launched in March with the goal of… Read More
By Elinor Comlay, Route 40 News
You’d be hard pressed to say it was a thriving Main Street, but the barbershop, Mexican restaurant, pizza place, tobacco store, mini-mart and even the closed-looking gift store are all open on a short span of Atlantic City’s Ventnor Ave, between Harrisburg and Trenton. In an age of dying malls and online shopping, something is working here in the Lower Chelsea neighborhood.Read More
By Lynda Cohen, Breaking AC
An entrepreneur falls in love with public relations, and uses her skills to highlight the spirit of Atlantic City and the businesses who are reigniting it. A young man pushes past the stereotypes of his surroundings, and works to clear a path for other kids. An immigrant finds a new language and new strength in her adopted home, and now fights for others as a civil rights investigator.
These are among the true Stories of Atlantic City.Read More