NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Unfortunately, anti-Semitism is on the rise worldwide. Even sadder, part comes from the Christian community. In response, author and theologian RL Solberg has pledged to donate 100% of the proceeds from his latest book to fight anti-Semitism around the world. Solberg’s second book, Divergence: Examining Judeo-Christian RelationsRead More →

CLEVELAND, Ohio – COVID-19 has given homeowners and tenants some time to tackle large decluttering projects. An unexpected result of the tidying up movement saw libraries in northeastern Ohio suspend acceptance of book donations, citing the sudden rush in used book donations and a general lack of space. Others saidRead More →

Shares of hospitals and diagnostic service providers fell on the stock market on Tuesday amid falling Covid-19 cases and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of free Covid-19 vaccines for 18-year-olds and more, starting June 21. Among individual stocks, Thyrocare Technologies and Metropolis Healthcare fell more than 3% each in intradayRead More →

LAKEVIEW — A Japanese flower walk, pop-up jazz concerts and a “Harry Potter”-themed celebration are coming to Lakeview this summer as part of a community events grant program. The Community Events and Placemaking Program, funded by Lakeview Special Service Area 27, will provide $40,000 in assistance and support for creativeRead More →