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Bari Musawwir, Monster Jam are coming to Sunrise

Monster Jam is coming to South Florida and for everyone who loves to watch the massive trucks fly through the air, Christmas has come early. Fans all over the world have been entertained for decades by drivers who love motorsport ...

Tregaye Fraser wins ‘Food Network Star’

There's no doubt that all three of the top “Food Network Star” finalists brought their everything to the months-long competition, but ultimately Tregaye Fraser, a chef and a mom of two, earned the coveted title of Food Network Star in ...

Local teen makes film on gun violence

Aaron Johnson is doing his part in trying to save the lives of youth. With all the senseless gun violence that has taken place, Aaron, 15, felt compelled to create a youth and gun violence documentary. His mission is to ...

For the love of GOOD food

We all know that love and food go hand and hand. For some, food is romantic, a way to someone’s heart. For others, cooking is the purest form of expression because it is something that is consumed everyday. For many, ...

Carla Hall renews the business of soul food

Partly by design, partly by accident, TV chef Carla Hall is becoming the new face of soul food. Hall launched her first Southern Kitchen in Brooklyn last month. This new venture features the chef’s version of her hometown signature dish, ...

FAMU alumna becomes national singing sensation

Star Swain recalls a 1999 band rehearsal where former Band Director Julian White, Ph.D. asked if anyone could sing and lead the Marching “100” performance of the hit gospel song “Order My Steps.” “I remember him saying, ‘This may sound ...

‘Motorcycle Queen of Miami’ to be honored

On Friday, June 24, local motorcycle riders will be hosting more than 200 women from across the country to honor the first Black female motorcycle rider from Opa-locka. Bessie Stringfield (1911 – February 1993), nicknamed "The Motorcycle Queen of Miami,” ...

Family seeks U.S. stamp to honor basketball legend

Some men live, and some men live to make history. Earl Lloyd made history. Born April 3, 1928 in Alexandra, Virginia, Earl Lloyd, a ninth round selection out of West Virginia State College, was drafted by the Washington Capitols in ...

The Social Whirl

The Miami Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated celebrated a year of exceptional programming and services in grand style at a lovely chapter-wide affair at Don Shulas Hotel in Miami Lakes on Tuesday, May 24th. Chapter Mothers, Dads, ...

From Firefighter to ‘Masterchef’

As a paramedic, Emanuel Washington Jr. saves lives. He also loves dramatic arts. But in the kitchen, as Chef Manny FD, he finds his nirvana. A firefighter and chef with the Orlando Fire Department, Washington will compete during the season ...

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 ...

Exploring Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman makes a lovely anomaly. The island offers stunning experiences with wild life and nature, but still gives the “feeling” of an island vacation. You see, in between the only on-the-island excursions of visits to a turtle farm or ...

Circle House: the next generation

Currently, Lewis hosts a music engineering class for aspiring local producers every Tuesday morning at Circle House Studios. He teaches both the technical side of making music but the etiquette, as wel

Viral Vybez

Todays Viral Vybez: Lil Scrappy ordered to stay away from Erica for an entire year, Hillary Clinton wants to eliminate Black student debt, Tyrese Gibson pays it forward and more!

Kristine Alicia release 'Freedom Fighters' video

Hot 105 FM first to play her music on air in Miami

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