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Where We Live: Nelson makes history in Supreme Court

SALEM, Ore. (KOIN) — On Monday, the country will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a celebration for one of history’s greatest civil rights leader. 374 more words


African-American History at the Phillips Library

On the occasion of the Martin Luther King holiday here in Salem and across the country, I thought I would highlight some sources for African-American history in the major repository for local history in our region, which is of course the PEM’s Phillips Library. 736 more words


Where I've Been!

So for all of the people who have been following my blog so far, you’re probably wondering where I’ve been for the past month! Let me tell you, it’s been a whirlwind, but for all of the best reasons. 623 more words

Choice vs. Necessity

Last night’s public forum in the atrium of the Peabody Essex Museum, in which the museum leadership presented their arguments for why the Phillips Library collections “must” go to Rowley and a large crowd thrust and parried in opposition, was  699 more words


7 Reasons to Visit Salem in the Dead of Winter

Despite some wacky winter weather, Cody and I visited Paige this past weekend in her new apartment in Salem, Massachusetts. We were greeted by 2 feet of fresh snow and single-digit temperatures, but that didn’t stop from us seeing the sites. 397 more words


Why extreme temperature swings have you feeling under the weather

SALEM, Ohio (WYTV) – Friday’s high temperature will be in the lower 50s but by Saturday, the high will only reach about 20 degrees. That swing in temperature could have you making a trip to the doctor. 293 more words


Shalom & Jerusalem: Melchizedek & Yeshua

Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem. 

Psa 122:6  Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: “May those who love you be secure.”  How often have I heard those words spoken in the congregations I have attended. 917 more words

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