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American Roots of Jamaican Music: The Legacy

American Roots of Jamaican Music: The Legacy ...

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The Equalizer 2

The Equalizer 2 ...

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The Circus is coming to town

This unique production pushes boundaries of performance by combining stunning skating and acrobatic feats that defy the imagination. “CRYSTAL” will perform in Sunrise Arena for 15 performances ...

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Beres Hammond rocked the house!

Jamaican reggae singer Beres Hammond and his band raised the roof at the Au Rene Theater at the Broward Performing Arts Center. This celebrated artist has been honored with “The Order Of Jamaica” for his “exceptional and dedicated contribution to the Jamaican music industry.” ...

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Jurassic World ‘Dinosteriously’ Bad

Jurassic World 'Dinosteriously' Bad ...

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Jackson Family Patriarch Joe Jackson Terminally Ill with Cancer

     The family has announced that the 89-year-old patriarch is terminally ill following a long battle with cancer. ...

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The Historic Ali Cultural Arts celebrates African American Music Appreciation Month with Press Play

The Historic Ali Cultural Arts is proud to present an exhibition featuring the paintings of Haitian visual artist Jai D and the photographs of David I. Muir. In celebration of June being African American music month ...

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Disobedience

He emphasizes that God gave mankind the freedom to chose—obedience or disobedience. ...

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Breaking In

Rarely do we get a movie where a Black mom comes to the rescue to save her children.  She musters the fortitude to become “MacGyver” like, in her ingenuity to break into her digitally aged fortress of a home. ...

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Stop the Gun Violence Fool 2k18/ DippedinDenim

The weekend of March 31, 2018 a local artist by the name of Markeven Williams had a Non profitable silent art auction / fashion show titled “Stop The Gun Violence Fool” at The Lab Miami to raise money for a charity called Guitars over Guns which is an organization that work towards cleaning out the guns in the community. We all wore red to represent the lives of the ones we lost to senseless gun violence as ...

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