The M-DCC held its 40th anniversary gala at Jungle Island Dec. 6. The organization raised about $260,000 from the event. Garth Reeves,
Raina L. Kemp Ministries, Inc. presents a two day revival with Dr. Darrell Scott on Thursday, Dec. 11 and Friday, Dec. 12. 8 p.m. for both nights True Faith would like to invite the community for Sunday Worship Service starting at 9:30 a.m. with Sunday School followed by Morning Worship. Call 786-262-6841.
The sounds of the season permeated Overtown’s Historic Lyric Theater last Saturday, where hundreds were entertained and uplifted by some of Miami’s Black church choirs during The Miami Times’ Holiday Jubilee.
Art and Opa-locka aren’t words that you may normally expect to go together in the same sentence — until now. Opa-locka’s entrée into the eclectic world of art launches with the “In Plain Sight” exhibition showing now until Dec. 14 at the Art and Recreation Center (The ARC), a new, bright art and recreation space in downtown Opa-locka. The ARC, located at 675 Ali Baba Ave., Opa-locka, itself has transformed into art with its top-to-bottom mural inspired by its residents and the city’s Moorish architecture.
New Christ Tabernacle MBC invites you to their musical 3:30 p.m. Nov. 30. Call 305-621-8126. Immanuel Temple AME Church will have their Love Out Loud and World AIDS Day Awareness Worship Service 10 a.m. Dec. 7 at Florida Memorial University’s Chapel. Call 305-454-0540.
On Nov. 13, Dr. Enid Pinkney sent a blast e-mail. Subject line: Give Miami Day for Historic Hampton House Community Trust.
Mangum leads in land grant university's quest for dollars
Florida A & M University received the largest single donation in its 127-year history from alumnus Microsoft Chairman John W. Thompson and his wife Sandi. The $5 million will provide scholarships to high performing students from low wealth families. Thompson discussed the need for diversity in the new econom
Building to undergo construction projects for next two years
The Joseph Caleb Center will officially close its doors Friday, Nov. 14 for construction projects that will begin next month. Residents in the community will have to find other county buildings to pay bills, parking tickets and certify marriages because the Caleb Center will not reopen until 2017. Two projects – one to introduce two courtrooms and the other to improve parking – may put some people in a jam, but are in line with ideas laid out by local residents in the past.
A VIP garden party reception and “A Conversation with Zane” drew about 400 to Miramar’s Cultural Center this past Friday. The best-selling author, whose book “Addicted” was made into a film and is now in theaters starring Sharon Leal, Boris Kodjoe and William Levy, met with students, did a talk and Q&A, attended a V.I.P Reception and concluded the evening with a book signing.
CAC-Florida Medical Centers, celebrated its 50 years in business, by opening a one-stop, multi-service location on Saturday, Nov. 1 More than 1,000 Miami-area seniors and community and business leaders attended the opening at 15516 SW 88th St., Kendall. To mark the opening of the almost 15,000-square-foot facility, CAC-Florida executives cut the ribbon at a little past 11 a.m.