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Howard University students spend Spring Break helping with water crisis

This year, Blackwell, a junior at Howard University, was getting soaked Monday by a chilly Flint rain as he and a dozen other Howard students manned the corner of Fifth and Martin Luther King avenues to help residents struggling with the city’s water crises by loading cases of donated water into the backs of cars ...

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Aretha Franklin canceled Florida concert dates: Charlie Wilson to replace and headline Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival, Saturday, March 19

Aretha Franklin has canceled her March concert dates in Florida which includes the City of Miami Gardens’ 11th Annual Jazz in the Gardens (JITG) music festival and Sarasota’s Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall due to lack of band personnel. Charlie Wilson will now headline Jazz in the Gardens on Saturday, March 19, 2016 ...

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Roy Mizell & Kurtz Funeral Services

BRYANT Funeral services for the late Beatrice C. Bryant – 93 were held March 12 at Mount Hermon AME Church with Bishop Adam J. Richardson, Jr. officiating. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. CHEEKS Funeral services for the late Birdina D. Cheeks - 84 were held March 12 at Roy Mizell & Kurtz Worship Center. Interment: Sunset Memorial Gardens. FRANCIS Funeral services for the late Arthur Francis – 84 wer ...

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James C. Boyd Funeral Services

GAMBLE Funeral services for the late Dimmie Lee Gamble – 75 were held March 12 at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses with Bro. John James officiating. Not Picture JOLLY Funeral services for the late Tracy Eujean Jolly – 48. LEFEUVRE Funeral services for the late Lile Lefeuvre - 76 were held March 12 at James C. Boyd’s Memorial Chapel with Pasteur Jacques Morisset officiating. O’CONNOR Funeral services for ...

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A watched pot never boils

A watched pot never boils ...

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"LEW LOVE THE KIDS" 3rd ANNUAL FREE Spring Break Event ...

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U.S. Naval Commander Nathan J. King overcomes major obstacles to become a true American Hero

It’s not every day that you have an opportunity to meet a real life American hero, but that’s exactly what occurred when U. S. Naval Commander Nathan J. King addressed a group of attentive mentees from the 100 Black Men of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s Leadership Academy at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla. ...

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Walters’ dream is to bring baseball back to the inner city

“In our community, baseball was a big part,” said Coach Walters, and with the KYB program he plans on bringing the sport back to his community ...

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Feeding hungry children, because he was one

Paul Taylor knows what it’s like to be hungry. He knows what it’s like to not have enough food at home. ...

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Don’t miss the The 11th Annual Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival March 18 – 19

Be prepared for an extraordinary weekend of natural fun with musical giants from all facets of genre at the upcoming 11th annual Jazz in the Gardens ...

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