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FLBPOA: Teen Summit Flyer

On behalf of the Fort Lauderdale Black Police Officer’s Association, I cordially invite you to attend the FLBPOA’s 2013 Teen Summit. The summit will be held on Friday, May 24, 2013at Joseph C. Carter Park from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm. Our community outreach event will offer your teenagers various presentations that include Life Skills, Police Interaction, Boys to Men, and Etiquette and Purity for young women. ...

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Special Invitation

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Que Boogaloo 2013 – Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc

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Unifest 2013 promises to be the total Caribbean experience

On Sunday May 19th 2013, the grounds of the beautiful, Vincent Torres Park will come to life as the 19th Annual Caribbean Multi-cultural Celebration known as Unifest, is set to kick off at 11 a.m. and run until 11 pm. Unifest is recognised as the longest running “Multi-cultural Event” in Lauderdale Lakes, in Broward County in Florida. This event has seen eighteen (18) successful staging’s and has attracted ...

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Aretha Franklin cancels two concerts over health issues

“It was canceled for medical reasons,” Foxwoods spokeswoman Dale Wolbrink said, declining to say what health issues caused the “Queen of Soul” to pull out of the May 26 show. ...

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Saxophonist Wayne Shorter wins 3 Jazz awards

Saxophonist-composer Wayne Shorter is a triple winner in the 2013 Jazz Awards presented by the Jazz Journalists Association. ...

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Seth Irving: The artist who raps the bible in several languages

Seth Irving's flow is real nice. He also knows how to get down without going into the dirt. Check him out. ...

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Girl group behind famed Motown hits finally get props for making others successful

The three women are no longer pushed to the background and were overwhelmed at being featured in the Motown Historical Museum, in Detroit. ...

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“Mad Men” recreates King K!lling showing how far removed whites were from the tradedy

The AMC critically acclaimed drama “Mad Men” just recently took on a very challenging task of paying homage and telling the story of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in last week’s episode. “Mad Men” takes place in the 1960s and is about an advertising agency on New York City’s Madison Avenue. The episode showed the point of view of the characters upon hearing of MLK’s assassination. The ch ...

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