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Children invited to audition for Tri-Rail’s ‘South Florida’s Kids Got Talent’

Children ages 5-17 will compete for a chance to perform at Tri-Rail’s annual “Rail Fun Day” ...

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Two months of free Saturday afternoon matinees in the Victory Theater at AARLCC

library will hold two more months of free Saturday afternoon matinees in honor of African-American Research Library and Cultural Center’s ...

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Congressional candidate Patrick Murphy to host free concert featuring Allan Harris

Democratic Congressional candidate Patrick Murphy will be joined by Congressman Alcee L. Hastings (D-FL) at a free concert featuring jazz musician Allan Harris ...

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Examining the issues that matter most to the African American community

“Vote Like Your Life Depends On It” and with this multi-phased initiative, track every aspect of the elections process and inform the nation about the issues that matters most to the African-American community. ...

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SoFlo based J6 Entertainment launches ‘Forever R&B’ Concert Series with Kelly Price, Carl Thomas, Dru Hill, and Shirley Murdock

South Florida based J6 Entertainment taps into the valuable ...

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The Old Dillard Museum 2012 Cannonball Jazz Series concludes with pianist Nat Adderley, Jr.

The Old Dillard Foundation present the Cannonball Birthday Concert featuring pianist Nat Adderly, Jr ...

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Michael Clarke Duncan dead at the 54

Duncan was born in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in a single-parent ...

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Did Nicki Minaj really endorse Mitt Romney? Maybe not.

 By Maria Puente, USA TODAY If Nicki Minaj thought she'd send the political world and the blogosphere into an incredulous swoon with her profane "endorsement" of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, well, she was right. Bloggers and politicos have been swooning for hours today and they're still no closer to determining whether Minaj is really for Mitt, or whether it's just another ironic stunt by ...

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Angela Bassett to Play Coretta Scott King in Biopic Betty & Coretta

Angela Bassett continues her run of playing strong women by signing on to Betty & Coretta, Lifetime’s television biopic of civil rights leaders Betty Shabazz and Coretta Scott King ...

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