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Choir Director 2 hits all the right notes

You just can’t do it. Call it cold feet, bad timing, or whatever – but you just can’t do it. Your feet are dug in. It ain’t happenin’. At least, not now. But, as in the new novel “The Choir ...

Documentary explores the real Miami through tough streets and broken dreams

It’s raw, gritty and electrifying. The new online documentary series The Field: Miami by Worldstar Hip Hop Films, gives viewers a glimpse of Miami beyond the swaying palm trees, ritzy malls and million-dollar beachfront homes. The documentary is the second ...

Fifth annual African Diaspora Dance and Drum Festival in Little Haiti

The thumping sounds of traditional African drums will celebrate ethnic pride and culture during the fifth annual African Diaspora Dance and Drum Festival from Sept. 5-7 in Little Haiti. Sponsored by Delou, Africa, Inc. the festival will include myriad music, ...

Chatter That Matters

The Cheeks family reunion orchestrated by Cotious and Connie Arnold, along with the host committee was held in Tampa July 17-20 with the theme “A Gathering of Generations: Remembering Our Past, Living Today, and Embracing Our Future.” Attendees enjoyed excursions, ...

Lifestyle Happenings

The Miami Jackson Class of 1969 will have a planning meeting, 45 Year Reunion, on Saturday August 30, at Piccadilly Restaurant, Hialeah, 10 a.m. Call 305-620-4827. Miami Northwestern Class of 1965, invites classes 63-1967 to join them in worship at ...

The Sports Brothers

America fell in love with a group of young African-American men who dazzled the nation and the world in the just concluded Little League World Series. The Jackie Robinson West All-Stars are still the darlings of Chicago, even after a ...

Diddy leads a REVOLT

Diddy. Russell Simmons. LA Reid. Look out. They’re set to lead a REVOLT in Miami. The trio will be among a powerhouse lineup of some of the most influential movers and shakers who will converge on Miami Beach for the ...

Chatter That Matters

New Miami Northwestern Senior High School football coach Eddie “Rabbit” Brown feels the Bulls will see a marked improvement from last year’s 5-5 record and come out on the winning side this football season. As I observed Brown and his ...

Lifestyle Happenings

The St. John Community Development Corp. will host its 15th annual fundraising gala Fri. Aug. 22 at the Jungle Island Treetop Ballroom. Call 305-372-0682. Booker T. Washington Class of 1965 Inc. will meet 3:30 p.m. Sat. Aug. 16 at the ...

It's Tannehill's time to shine

The 2013 season for Ryan Tannehill was a step in the right direction. The second year quarterback showed promise by doubling his touchdown numbers. He also passed for almost 700 more yards, and ended up with a better completion and ...

Chatter That Matters

Congratulations to Alice Day founder of the Sunshine Jazz Club, for presenting the fifth annual Hall of Fame inductees, along with Keith Valles, president, and “The Real” Tracy Fields, WLRN FM 91.3 (Mon – Fri. at 7 p.m.). Valles had ...

Lifestyle Happenings

Fortress Women Foundation will give away 200 book bags at its inaugural book bag giveaway, 12 p.m. Aug 15 at Fulford Park. YoungFi, Zoeydollazzz and Jay Buck will be performing live. State Rep. Cynthia A. Stafford partners with Farm Share ...

The work of angels: Angela Meadows

On Wednesday, August 6, stylist to the stars and salon owner, Angela Meadows is helping nine young girls develop their self-confidence and self-esteem as they embark on a new school year. The students from the summer program at Grace Christian ...

Chatter That Matters

Jumbo’s restaurant closed its doors and according to Bobby Flam, owner, Ray Kovler, consultant, Greg Sparks, and Tisdale Rolle, manager they and may look for another locale. Flam’s family bought the diner in 1955. He took over ownership from his ...

Lifestyle Happenings

Smaart America Charities Inc. will hold reading readiness classes for children entering kindergarten, first and second grade and Algebra 1 for 8th graders every Sat. through August 8. Call 1-888-620-5464. The Booker T. Washington High School Alumni Class of 1966 ...

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