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COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS ENDORSES DONNA E. SHALALA FOR U.S. CONGRESS-SEAT 27
 

Donna E. Shalala is running to win Florida’s 27th Congressional District – a seat that is considered a key pickup opportunity for Democrats in their fight to take back the House. This has been one of the most hotly contested races during perhaps one the most important mid-term elections in years. As a long-time resident here, Shalala is unapologetic in her love for South Florida’s... Read More »

 
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SUPER BOWL LIV PROMISES A GREAT GAMEPLAN FOR LOCAL WINS
 
When the Super Bowl comes back to Miami for a record 11th time in 2020, it will bring contract opportunities and professional development to local diverse business owners in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County. Those opportunities begin on Wednesday, Nov. 7, when the Miami Host Committee officially launches Super Bowl LIV Business Connect. The Super Bowl LIV Business Connect Program will provide certified minority, woman, veteran, lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender-owned businesses an opportunity to help bring Super Bowl LIV to life. “This program will be a big win for business owners from diverse communities across South Florida,” said Rashad Thomas, vice president of Business Connect... Read More »
 
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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILDREN MEET WORLD WAR II TUSKEGEE AIRMEN
 
Over one thousand Miami-Dade County public schoolchildren enjoyed an incredible field trip where they met a heroic World War II pilot, viewed a restored P-51 fighter and watched an exciting film highlighting the famous Tuskegee Airmen of that era.   94 year-old Lieutenant Colonel Harold Brown (USAF Retired), one of the original Tuskegee Airmen, was the star attraction... Read More »
 
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SHOES FOR STREETS & STUNNA’S FIT MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT ONCE AGAIN
 

Just one week after Hurricane Michael ravished through the panhandle of Florida and its surrounding areas, South Miami native Gabriel Varona and his Shoes for Streets team headed up to Panama City with loads of water, canned foods, diapers, and other essential supplies needed after such a devastating hurricane. Many are saying that this was the panhandle’s equivalent to Hurricane Andrew... Read More »

 
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48TH ANNUAL ORANGE BOWL PRAYER BREAKFAST IS DEC. 27
 
There’s a special event that happens every year and I hope you’ll consider participating and helping out this worthwhile fundraiser. The 48th Annual Orange Bowl Prayer Breakfast is on Thursday December 27, in support of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes of South Florida. It’s at 7:30 a.m. at Jungle Island, 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes will celebrate student-athletes... Read More »
 
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‘HAUNTED BALLET’ RAISES SEASONAL SPIRITS AMONG BARNACLE GUESTS
 

Park visitors get to meet the spirits nightly at The Barnacle, Oct. 25-28, as Center Street Projects offers a warm (and maybe slightly chilling) welcome to those from a bygone era who haunt the lands of The Grove. Watch the “Haunted Ballet” as the dancers tell their stories beneath the moonlit sky and try to escape their tragic endings, night after magical night. Creator and founder Crystal Karaginis Peattie has produced this show for everyone to... Read More »

 
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FLORIDA MBDA EXPORT CENTER WON’T SETTLE FOR SIMPLY ‘OUTSTANDING’
 
In order for a Minority Business Development Agency Program to become a member of the “Century Club,” it must meet 100 percent of the national performance goals — an outstanding feat, indeed. Not settling for simply “outstanding,” the Florida MBDA Export Center recently soared well past that benchmark for program success, by announcing they hit more than 120 percent... Read More »
 
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