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Brown is the New White’ an interesting read

Your vote matters. At least that’s what they tell you, but you have your doubts. You’re ONE of millions of people who’ll go to the polls in November. You’re a raindrop in the sea, a needle in a voting haystack. ...

Rappel for a good cause at MCI fundraiser

The 4th annual “Over The Edge” fundraiser presented by Liberty City-based Miami Children’s Initiative will be June 3- 4. This thrilling event challenges supporters to rappel 19 stories (200 feet!) down the JW Marriott Marquis Miami, located at 255 Biscayne ...

Lifestyle Happenings

Early registration for Northside Panthers football and cheerleaders begins on Monday, May 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at West Little River Park. Also coaches are needed. Call 786-371-3779. South Florida Tuskegee Alumni Club will meet Saturday May 21st at 11:00 am ...

Golden Krust to air on ‘Undercover Boss’ May 22

Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill will be featured on the Emmy Award-winning series “Undercover Boss,” Sunday, May 22 at 10 p.m. on the CBS Television Network. Golden Krust is known for its signature patties and other Caribbean hot foods ...

Taste of Haiti showcases art, food and culture

For some, Haitian Heritage Cultural Month is a time to expose native and traveling South Floridians to the wonders of Haiti's music, food, art and more. May provides an opportunity to showcase the natural beauty and culture of Haiti, through ...

The Social Whirl

Last week I mentioned that Luvernice Croskey was the 13th President of the dade County Chapter of the Links, Inc. A correction, Croskey is the 16th and Tammy P. Reed was the 15th, Yes I do indeed, get by with ...

Chatter that Matters

In this week’s edition of Chatter, veteran police officer and former City of Miami Police Major Delrish Moss was sworn in as the first Black Police Chief in Ferguson, Missouri. Delrish brings decades of experience to Ferguson and wishes to ...

Mock DUI exercise serves as a lesson

For 17-year-old James Houston, watching his friends appear lifeless as a result of a head-on collision hit a little too close to home. He lost a cousin in a car crash not so long ago. Now seeing his friends bloodied ...

Essence Fest: The party with a purpose

What do you need to know and do to get ready to enjoy the 2016 Annual Essence Music Festival, known affectionately as Essence Fest, a.k.a. "the party with a purpose?" Keep reading as we tell you the what, who, when, ...

FAMU women win MEAC crown ball crown

The FAMU women's softball team captured their third straight MEAC title on Saturday, May 14, eliminating arch rival Bethune-Cookman, 8-1 in the second and deciding game of the tournament. FAMU (27-28) dropped the opening game, 8-3 to the Wildcats (22-31), ...

Lady Bulls track wins again

They journeyed to IMG Academy in Bradenton on Mother’s Day weekend with a high-powered mission in view. That mission was accomplished when the Miami Northwestern High School Lady Bulls delivered Coach Carmen Jackson a “baker’s dozen” for a Mother’s Day ...

FIU football stars on the rise

Four Florida International University football players have joined the professional ranks, signing free-agent contracts with NFL teams. Defensive lineman Denzell Perine signed with the Minnesota Vikings; Cornerback Jeremiah McKinnon signed with the Dallas Cowboys; Defensive lineman Lars Koht signed with ...

Young Talent Big Dreams reveals talent

In the dressing rooms of the Miracle Theatre – a rabbit-like warren of small spaces, dead-ended corridors and tight corners – the nervous yet determined chatter of 41 young performers preparing to take the stage steadily hummed. In one corner, ...

10 years of Best of the Best

Memorial Day weekend brings thousands of tourists to South Florida every year. A show that has been a staple during this holiday weekend has been the Best of the Best. This music concert brings some of the best artists from ...

Mothers celebrate their day at Jazz in the Bay concert

Mothers gathered to enjoy the sights and sounds of Jazz music Sunday, April 8 at the inaugural Mother's Day Jazz in the Bay concert presented by SBC Community Development Corporation (SBC CDC). Miami-Dade Commissioner Dennis Moss brought greetings and welcomed ...

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