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The Social Whirl

Springing forward this past weekend caused some biological clocks to be thrown off, and mechanical clocks also caused some to be late to church. Congratulations to the eight men who were initiated into Omega Psi Phi Fraternity through the Pi ...

Chatter that Matters

Miami Norland stood tall among Blanche Ely, Fort Lauderdale Cardinal, and Lake Center. Norland became the first Miami-Dade County school to win four consecutive state titles as the Vikings won their sixth title in a decade with a 54-46 win ...

Lifestyle Happenings

Inner City Children’s Touring Dance will have free Introductory Classical Ballet Workshops for girls ages 6-8 and 9-12 on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Call 305-758-1577 or visit www.childrendance.net. Miami Northwestern Class of 1959 will meet Saturday, March 21 at the ...

Honey Bug 5K empowers young girls to run

Jaylyn Hawes has been a proud “Honey Bug” of the Honey Shine Mentoring Program for four years. On Saturday, the 14-year-old was one of more than 150 young girls who participated in the first Honey Bug Run/Walk in honor of ...

Women’s Basketball All-Conference Team announced

St. Thomas University senior Dannisha Pierce headlined the list of honorees when the Sun Conference announced the 2015 Women's Basketball All-Conference team at the conference tournament banquet hosted by St. Thomas University on Feb. 26. The All-Conference team featured seven ...

Why Suh chose the Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have signed Ndamkong Suh and South Florida is delirious with excitement. Deep pockets Ross has done it again. Our Ryan Lasner of www.thesportsbros.com has some pretty good ideas on why Suh chose Miami and why we should ...

Choir Boy

No attention to detail is spared when Tarrell McCraney embarks on writing a play. He thinks about who he is trying to reach and how best to deliver the message. Knowing that students may not be able to sit through ...

A book that hits all the right notes as you read

You turned up the volume – again. Surely, the guy in the car next to yours must think you’re weird. There you are, groovin’ to your tunes, dancing in your seat, singing along like you were at a concert. Really, ...

Marley in the spotlight at FIU symposium March 6

It has been 34 years since Bob Marley died in Miami after an illustrious career with the group he co-founded, the Wailers. Born in Jamaica, Marley was one of the world’s most successful recording artists who introduced millions of music ...

The Social Whirl

This month sways us to turn our hats to the feminine impressionable that we have in our communities. And even though the month was ending, on last Friday, it was a wonderful blend of both Black and Women’s History when ...

Chatter that Matters

Bishop Herman Ezekial Dean could be known as a giant of all men, but to God he was the prince of peace and a strong lover of God. Dean’s large photo on the obituary looks magnificent. If Bishop Dean were ...

Lifestyle Happenings

Inner City Children’s Touring Dance will have free Introductory Classical Ballet Workshops for girls ages 6-8 and 9-12 on Monday and Wednesday evenings. Call 305-758-1577 or visit www.childrendance.net.

Star player leads Krop High's girls softball team

Being one of the lead high school female softball batters in the nation may give some girls a big head, but not Taylor Coachman. The 16-year-old, who plays center on Dr. Michael M. Krop High School’s girls’ softball team, was ...

Decision looms for Dolphins

I would love to tell you that I know exactly what the Miami Dolphins will do with speedster Mike Wallace as a big decision looms ahead. The truth is I have no idea. None. Wallace has said no to the ...

Honey Bug 5K empowers young girls to run

Jaylyn Hawes has been a proud “Honey Bug” of the Honey Shine Mentoring Program for four years. On Saturday, the 14-year-old will be one of more than 150 young girls expected to participate in the first Honey Bug Run/Walk in ...