Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | The Mayor and the F.B.I. Raid: Atlantic City Is Stained Once Again Supported by ByRick Rojas, Nick Corasaniti, David W. Chen and William K. Rashbaum Dec. 7, 2018 ATLANTIC CITY — At a lavish inaugural gala in March for the new mayor of Atlantic City at Resorts Casino, donors and supporters with business before the city paid up to $35,000 per table to celebrate with the new administration. Among the revelers was the former basketball star Dennis Rodman, wearing tinted shades and a black hat as he strolled past an ice sculpture and stacks of cured meat and fresh mozzarella. The gala was a fund-raiser for a tiny nonprofit, Connecting the Dots, that has five employees. One of them is the new mayor, Frank M. Gilliam Jr. But there is no record to be found of how much money was raised or the names of the … [Read more...] about The Mayor and the F.B.I. Raid: Atlantic City Is Stained Once Again
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Monument Crisis Center provides food to 1,100 households in Contra Costa County each month. Christmas for Everyone provides Christmas to the working poor, seniors and homebound in contra Costa County. Sound The gallery will resume inseconds Christmas for Everyone provides Christmas to the working poor, seniors and homebound in contra Costa County. The Family Giving Tree has provide adopt-a-family gifts for more than a million Bay Area children, families and seniors from low-income households. The Marine Corps' annual holiday toy drive is seeking donations of money, gift cards and toys. LifeMoves clients receive lunch at the charity's Opportunity Services Center in Palo Alto. LifeMoves provides interim housing and support services for homeless. Marin Asian Advocacy Project volunteers serve food prepared for their Love and Caring Luncheon at St. Vincent de Paul Society dining room in San Rafael, Calif. Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. (James Cacciatore/Marin … [Read more...] about Holiday giving: 45 ways to donate to SF Bay Area causes
WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that a caravan of asylum-seekers traveling through Central America represents a “Great Midterm issue for Republicans,” as he attempted to force the countries the migrants are fleeing to prevent them from continuing their journey. “Hard to believe that with thousands of people from South of the Border, walking unimpeded toward our country in the form of large Caravans, that the Democrats won’t approve legislation that will allow laws for the protection of our country,” Trump tweeted. Meanwhile, the approximately 2,000 Honduran migrants resumed traveling north from Chiquimula, Guatemala Wednesday morning, more than 1,000 miles from the U.S. border, unfazed by the president’s threats and mostly unhindered by local authorities. Trump said Tuesday he would cut off U.S. aid to Honduras if the country did not stop the caravan, which had already moved on to Guatemala. … [Read more...] about Trump: Migrant caravan is ‘great midterm issue for Republicans’
Dr. Morton Herskowitz, 100, of Philadelphia, an osteopathic physician and psychiatrist who practiced Reichian therapy in Center City for 65 years, died Monday, Aug. 6., of pneumonia at his home. Known as “Mort,” Dr. Herskowitz was a self-styled practitioner. He never had a receptionist. He didn’t own an answering machine, a computer, or a cell phone, said his daughter, Robin Heald. “When his patients called, they got Mort on the phone,” she said. “He would say, ‘Call me between 10 minutes of, and the hour.’ He would answer even at 2 a.m.” Dr. Herskowitz didn’t focus on analyzing and understanding emotional trauma. Instead, he followed the teaching of psychiatrist Wilhelm Reich, who lived from 1897 to 1957. Reich pioneered the field of orgone therapy in which stresses and traumas are believed to be locked in a patient’s muscles and viscera, according to a summary by lecturer Michael J. Gelb in his 2017 book, The … [Read more...] about Dr. Morton Herskowitz, 100, Reichian therapist in Center City
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