Got a spare hundred euros? Take a chance on winning a cubist masterpiece and help restore a great Mediterranean city.
Whether by the book or ad-hoc, the defining feature of successful boards is not the model but the people who make it work.
Habitat for Humanity in Greensboro, N.C., made a grand gesture by paying the property taxes on all houses purchased with its help that had mortgages outstanding.
In an interview with the Guardian, convicted hacker Jeremy Hammond discusses the case and reveals that he was instructed to hack the websites of foreign governments by “Sabu,” an FBI informant.
A racist rant about Mexicans, a proposal to transfer money dedicated to libraries to a prison scheme, a population of active library users, and a national network prepared to mobilize for the political defense of libraries—this story has it all!
Despite the best of intentions, Prairie Harvest Mental Health will close the small luncheonette it operated in Grand Forks, Michigan. Here’s one view as to why the 4th Street Eatery met its end.