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In-depth profiles of the people who contribute to the South Coast community

Alma del Mar’s DeLoach: ‘We are a school that serves all kids no matter what’

“I am a woman of color serving a community of children of color and that helps me understand challenges that they might be experiencing. But it also inspires me to see what happens when communities that have been historically underserved get the opportunities and resources to be able to reach their full potential.”

Rev. Donnie Anderson sees Pilgrim UCC, and New Bedford, as ‘special place’

What I’m emphasizing here … is the fact that they have called a transgender pastor. And part of that is to say: ‘Hey, this is a safe place for folks in the LGBTQ+ community, so safe that this congregation not only says you can come and sit in the pews, but we’ll even call you…

Going beyond the West Wing with Dartmouth native Pete Souza

There aren’t many people who can say the president of the United States has described them as “a friend, a confidant, and a brother,” as he wrote of Souza in the foreword to Obama: An Intimate Portrait.

Chapman Dickerson, CEO of Bask, talks about the future of cannabis

“I think it [cannabis] hasn’t plateaued yet, and there’s always new people getting into it. … They realize how good it made them feel in college. And they’re like, ‘hey, I want to feel like that again,’ and so they’re exploring it.” — Chapman Dickerson

Nicholas Sullivan looks ahead to a ‘Blue Revolution’ of high-tech fishing

“The consumption of fish over the last 20 or 30 years has been growing much faster than the consumption of meat, partly because people like the idea of lean protein with Omega-three and Omega-six fatty acids. But people want to know where their fish come from, they want to know that it’s sustainable …”

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