NEW YORK (CNS) — It's little cause for surprise that "The Purge: Election Year" (Universal) sticks to the commercially tried-and-true formula of its franchise predecessors by appealing to the very impulses it pretends to condemn.
A recent issue of the Oregon Medical Board’s newsletter included a tribute to Father Robert Palladino. The priest, who died in February, was an expert calligrapher who during the 1980s and 1990s hand wrote certificates for medical licenses. Doctors all over Oregon have his work hanging on their walls.
Nancy Pole-Wilhite, longtime board president of In Mulieribus, recently stepped down from that position in order to assume a new role as special projects producer for the Portland women’s choir. Portland musician and neighborhood and social justice activist will take on that role.