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 historical values and through the arts to create and welcome the arts and culture into their lives. Hampton House activities and services will appear to a cross-section of families without regard for race, educational or economic background. We will focus on Southeast Florida residents seeking to expand their knowledge about the history and contribution of African Americans and other cultures to development of the South Florida community. Through visual performing arts, through historical displays and authentic experience, we will serve a segment of the South Florida Market, primarily Miami-Dade County and reach the entire Southeast Florida region.
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 between 9AM and 8PM. A security must be cleaned a deposit charged to all groups and be returned and found in good condition. Claims against the HHH for thefts or damage will be responsible for damages not precluding the rental. Ironically, Ron Frazier charged his batters when the opportunity presented itself when he put all of his eggs in a basket and landed visitation of the internationally known Temptations to the Historic Hampton House they were in South Florida leading the Dr. Martin L. King parade for their fans for a short stay. Going on that same time was the King of Clubs of Greater Miami Black & White Gala in the same area at the Parrot Jungle at Deep Tree Ballroom.
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 will be to showcase talent, ideas, values and artifacts from the Black experience in Miami. The need for such a facility is timely, in todays’ increasing connected space with the world community. African Americans in Miami need to share a common space with the world community just as Blacks and hopelessness, wealth disparities, injustice and many more issues. The Historical Hampton House is intended to provide a safe space for those who wish to learn more about Black Miami’s History, and to reflect on the meanings we shared around becoming and personal growth in the twenty first century.
The article: killing in the project” has brought back memories of how the project was back in my day around the 1928 year. I remember crying at birth in a shot gun house, while my mother tried to close my big mouth before my daddy slapped me side my big head. I notice looking around for my brother who was running in and out of our three bed room house trying to catch the baseball. Then the house became noisy while I tried to swallow the fish and rice given to me. This went on for a few years and our mother told us to pack get on a truck which was backing up to the vacant house. We could not talk just look around and tried to get some information where were going. Finally, I noticed a sign that read Ft. Lauderdale. It was shocking for us to move from a three bedroom house to a smaller house. Yet, we absorbed the change in silence waiting for the next move, which was registering for Dillard High School.
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 for the service, which will move in the proper statue of Pastor Devin Brown. “Joy to the World” was sung by the congregation that led on while Deacons Jones, Mosley, and others join on as the Pastor read Luke 2-4 went up from the town of Nazareth to Judea and line of David. “He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him. The three wise men came to Nazareth bearing gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. They were for there for the baby who would be born. When the baby was born she wrapped him in swaddling clothes and placed him in a manger, because there was no room available in the inn. Dr. Brown picked up “And there were shepherds living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over there their flocks at night.” An angel of the Lord appeared to them, and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were terrified. But, the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people.”
Miami- Dade County came alive on Dec. 5 for the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce’s 10th Annual Holiday Gala, sponsored at Watson Island in the Banquet room. Heading the entourage were: Calvin Hughes, anchor at WPLG Local 10, followed by G. Eric Knowles, president and CEO of the Chamber. I bumped into Reverend Dr. Carl Johnson of the 93rd St. Community Baptist Church, with dinner being served and entertainment by jazz artist, Carole Ann Taylor.
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 Legends of Old School concert. The crowd was full of ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s and a few sprinkles of babies from the early ‘90s.
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 night started promptly at 6 pm with a happy hour and welcome cocktail by the South Florida Fire Fighters which featured Tito’s handmade vodka titled “Tito’s on Fire” and Cigar Lounge presented by Figaro Cigars and Signature Cigar Bar & Lounge for those who indulge. During the reception on the ones and twos was DJ Griot from 99JAMZ playing the best in R&B setting the mood for those in attendance. DJ Griot was accompanied by Jill Tracey from HOT105 who served as the illustrious host for the evening. There was something for everyone, from the sultry sounds of Harpist Mariea Antoinette, to smooth sounds of Jazz artist James Dawkins and we couldn’t forget our poetry lovers, the Viking Freedom Writers gave a special poetry performance.
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 meeting. Included were: James and Barbara Anders, Earl and Alice Daniels; Stacey and Mary Jones; Garth Reeves, Barbara Johnson; and Theodore and Kitty Blue. The men gathered in the lounge and the women assembled in the auditorium. The men stayed in the lounge to graciously brought breakfast which consisted of turkey, bacon, eggs, sausage, fish, orange juice and lemonade. While the men met the ladies had a good time socializing with each. President Baljean Smith announced plans regarding , the annual Christmas Luncheon and asked Stacey to open by informing the brothers the area may be found easily, but getting there may be difficult. Stacey eliminated procedure and the brothers continued to look for holes in merging on time at the Country Club. The Hillcrest Golf & Country Club is located at 4600 Hillcrest Drive in West Hollywood. Activities will include live music, DJ, caroling singing by the Men’s Choir, gifts from the men to the ladies on Thursday, December 17, 2015, starting at 11am. Wear Christmas outfits and receive the best lunch you will find in any Country Club. For more information Call Stan Allen at 954-205-7783. Other Brothers in attendance were Willie Branton, Oscar Jessie, Astrid Mack, Anthony Simons II, Richard J. Strachan, John Williams, Henry Mingo, Richard Mitchell, Audley Salahud Din and Johnnie Stepherson.
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 contributions: Lydia Neasman for Community Leadership; Daphne Campbell for Political Empowerment; William Dozier for Outstanding Leadership; Gamrel Fleueantim for Youth Leadership; and Reverend Jeffrey Mack for Religious Leadership. According to Mr. Nathaniel Wilcox, Executive Director, the youth have grown remarkably in every task that confronted them, plus more. As a matter of fact, they have energy to burn. Furthermore, the entire group seeks a high altitude by maximizing unlimited complexity. They sang “Lift Every Voice and Sing” with much coordination and harmony. A special “thank you” goes out to the P.U.L.S.E. Executive Director, members of this church, the families of the Second Canaan M.B.C. and Reverend Olden Reese, Senior Pastor/Overseer, for taking and using the community for standing up and standing with the parents of this church. Please take our objective with you and may GOD bless you and keep it high.”