A man calling himself a saint was arrested Tuesday after elbowing a student while preaching outside of the Tate Student Center at the University of Georgia. The man, his wife and two children preached outside the Tate Student Center near Lumpkin Street.
Most physicians can't afford to accept Medicaid" patients, says Dr. Alieta Eck, a primary-care physician based in Piscataway, New Jersey. "If you're getting paid about $17 per visit, it won't be long before you can't pay your staff or pay your rent.
Details: 10 p.m. Friday, 133 N. Front St., downtown Wilmington. Missouri native Tyler Farr has worked both sides of the stage, moving from bouncer to singer/guitarist in Nashville. Writing songs for other singers first, including “Hey Ya’ll” for Colt.
“Fruitcakes,” Pennsylvania Playhouse’s upcoming holiday production is a moving story of alienation, understanding and reconciliation, set in a small town full of quirky and lovable characters. Director Robert Callan Adams hopes the gentle comedy.