Greetings SOAC Community, My name is Christina Noble and I’m excited to announce (drum roll, please) my new role as Part-Time Project Manager for Stories of Atlantic City! I consider this a great honor. My family roots run deep in Atlantic City. My parents were born, raised and fell in love here. My grandparents collectively… 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 Katelyn Woolford, Stockton University
May 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of Mental Health Awareness Month, a national event for fighting stigma, providing support, educating the public and advocating for policies that help people with mental illness and their families.
By Michelle Dawn Mooney, SJNtv
E. E. Cummings said, “For whatever we lose (like a you or a me) it’s always our self we find in the sea.” It’s a notion of lost and found known all too well by Lyntaga Smith.
By Bill Sprouse, Route 40 News
Abdullah Anderson Sr., who is 48, cuts hair five days a week at Omar and Abdullah’s Hair Bazaar at 1208 Atlantic Avenue. He opens his shop at six a.m. two days a week (the other three days he opens at eight), and he works until six or eight p.m. every day.