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In this week’s edition of Chatter, the music world mourns an icon. This past Thursday we lost Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson). He was 57 years young. The legend was found unconscious in an elevator at his Paisley Park Compound. ...

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Introducing the 2016 King of Clubs Scholarship recipients in Chatter this week. Three young men received the Dr. T.S. Greer Memorial Scholarship: Richenet Lafluer - Miami Edison Senior. Besides participating in varsity sports, he is a member of College Summit, ...

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In observation of Black History Month, the theme “Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories” served as a concrete testimony to the enduring spirit of an iconic, proud institution of learning. The Booker T. Washington Alumni Association Inc., led by ...

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It took the staff a while but we were taken to an area with closed streets, parking was limited and participants found danger in the enclosed section. Finally, the City of Miami Dade workers saw the dilemma and rushed to ...

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The Hampton House held its monthly board meeting on Feb. 16. Led by Founder and CEO Dr. Enid C. Pinkney, the meeting objectives included: roles and responsibilities of the board; overview of Hampton House board members, election of secretary and ...

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From the desk of Dr. Enid C. Pinkney, founder of the Historic Hampton House Community Trust, we will continue what has to be done to prepare for the information badly needed for a successful kitchen. We will strive through our ...

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A unique story about an exhibit Club Room rental agreement at 2800 NW 43 Terrace along with a form making the program for usage under HHH-Hampton. Historical House name, address, organizational and signatures. For those who can handle the opportunity ...

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Introduction of founder Dr. Enid C. Pinkney whose position is to cultivate The Historic Hampton House for the new jewel of Black Miami as a world class culture center . What is envisioned as the Historical Hampton House’s primary purpose ...

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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 ...

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The African American Committee of Dade Heritage Trust presented Handel’s Messiah, conducted by Dr. Nelson Hall featuring Kayus Dare, Christine Jobson, Josef Spencer, Carol Caselle and the 2015 Community Mass Choir and Orchestra “Bridging Classics of the Past with Classics ...

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Among the many villages in Liberty City and strung out over many patches of land introduces ”O give Thanks unto the Lord for He is good and His mercy endureth forever.” This evening, we drop whatever we are doing and ...

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It was Friday night and if you are a lover of Old School Rap, Booty/Bass and R&B Music, you made your way to the Bank United Center on the campus of the University of Miami in Coral Gables for the ...

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It was a breezy and calm evening on the rooftop of the City Hall building in beautiful Miami Gardens. Spectators and connoisseurs alike gathered for the inaugural 2015 Miami Gardens Wine & Food Experience presented by Councilwoman Lisa Davis. The ...

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At a recent meeting of the retired brothers of Sigma Alpha Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, first on the list for accommodation was Stanley Allen and his wife, Sarah, who along with wives and friends of brothers, came to the ...

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People United to Lead the Struggle for Equality Inc. has been the driving force in teaching the youth their philosophy to success. The success of P.U.L.S.E. and members of the organization rest on five people who received awards for their ...

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