A public discussion this week will focus on the complicated relationship between one Winston-Salem neighborhood and a local HBCU.
The area around Howard University was once working class and black. As more non-black residents move in and property values rise, the university is taking advantage of the hot real estate market.
Convenience is in the eye of the generation. Increasingly, corner markets in Japan target the 27 percent of residents over 65 — offering nursing care advice and home delivery of meals and groceries.