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The BTW Alumni Association will meet Jan. 21 at 6 p.m. in the BTW cafeteria. Call 305-213--0188. The Surviving Twin Network welcomes the support of twins or siblings, who have experienced such loss, to share with others, as a source ...

Nairobi: A special place for a performance

Imagine traveling half way around the world so that people can hear you sing. Well, that is exactly what local reggae artist Kristine Alicia did. She traveled to Nairobi, Kenya to perform at Groove Party, a New Year’s Eve splash ...

Team building a part of coaches, administrators

High school athletic coaches have an awesome responsibility in guiding and molding high school student athletes into productive citizens. While the focus of many student-athletes is a college scholarship and the chance to play professionally, there are other career options. ...

Miami FC, STU announce new partnership at the conference

St. Thomas University (STU) and Miami FC, South Florida’s new North American Soccer League (NASL) team, will host a joint press conference Wednesday, Jan. 13, announcing their new partnership. STU will be the training home of Miami FC, providing the ...

Harlem Square Club inspires mobile messages

With such hits as “You Send Me” and “Twistin' The Night Away,” soul pop and R&B legend, Samuel “Sam” Cooke, was a musical force that brought together audiences of all colors and genders in the 1950s and 60's. And in ...

‘Sun Splashed’ illuminates PAMM

Emerging as part of a generation of Black artists in the early ‘90s who interrogated the intersections of art, identity formation and political representation, Nari Ward’s practice of the last 20 years is defined by his use of found objects ...

The Social Whirl

A brand new year in your whirl. I certainly am thankful and appreciative of the inspirational notes, prayers and well-wishes received from readers. Many blessings to each of you for your thoughtfulness. Writing this column allows me the opportunity to ...

Chatter that Matters

The new pastor-elect Devin D. Brown, came prepared with his ex- copy of his outline for the day by having ushers to pass out cards to sign up for membership. Prayers for the beginning of the service follow his outline ...

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. The Surviving Twin Network welcomes the support of twins or siblings, who ...

New UM football coach has local support

All eyes are on Mark Richt, the new University of Miami Hurricanes’ head football coach. Richt stepped into his new job full bore after the Hurricanes finished their season, 8-5, after a heartbreaking 20-14 loss to the Washington State Cougars ...

FIU comeback falls short

Florida International University was one point off its season-high and got in a tight game at Florida Atlantic University to open Conference USA play. But the Panthers went on a five-minute shooting slump in the late stages in an 87-82 ...

MC Lyte brings Wealth Experience to South Florida

Hip Hop Sisters Foundation will host its first W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience conference. The W.E.A.L.T.H. Experience, presented by Prudential, will be held Jan. 2-5, at 1 Hotel, located at 2341 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.

Films, TV dominate 2015

Television and the big screen dominated entertainment news in 2015. As of press time Tuesday, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” had topped the $1 billon mark in ticket sales. “Empire” returned and dominated its time slot and Starz had its ...

Funkfest: Miramar hosts throwback

On Jan. 1, South Florida residents will be able to ring in the new year with classic songs from old school artists.

History abounds in Cap-Haitien

There was a time back when I was a kid when it was not cool to be Haitian in South Florida let alone around the rest of the country to where Haitians were migrating. Being born and raised in Miami ...