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Morris & McCoy’s Tonsorial Palace closes, marking the end of an era

Recently, one of the most popular barbershops in the area, Morris & McCoy’s Tonsorial Palace, closed its doors on Dec. 31, 2012, marking the end of an era. On that day, Willie J. Morris laid down his straight razor, turned off his clippers, and put away his scissors for the last time, ending a barbering career that spanned over half a century. ...

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City of Fort Lauderdale annual Light Up Sistrunk event and grand reopening of Historic Sistrunk Boulevard a success

This year also marked the grand reopening and ribbon cutting of historic Sistrunk Boulevard, named after Fort Lauderdale’s first Black doctor, Dr. James Sistrunk. ...

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Christmas offers people time to reflect on family and more

“I think people should be with their families and enjoy being with their families on Christmas ...

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Deadliest U.S. mass shootings

Deadliest U.S. mass shootings ...

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STOMP OUT AIDS!

Together We Can ...

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HIV/AIDS take heavy toll on Black youth

Blacks ages 13 through 24 accounted for more than a quarter of new HIV infections in 2010 in the U.S. Of the newly-infected in that age group, 57 percent of those infected are African American males, according to CDC’s most Vital Signs Report titled, “HIV Among Youth in the US.” ...

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How low will the Republicans go?

38 Republicans, the Senate failed the veteran’s groups that were in attendance to watch history unfold, it failed to honor the will of the people of the United States, it failed many groups of people all over the world, and even worse than all of that, they failed their own leadership-past and present. ...

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Local World AIDS Day community program held at Samuel L. Delevoe Park

World AIDS Day falls on Dec. 1st each year. And although there have been major strides made in scientific research by experts in the HIV/AIDS medical community, there still is no cure for this deadly virus ...

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Young, gay, Black — and at risk for HIV

Young, gay, Black -- and at risk for HIV ...

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‘Fiscal cliff’ might push poor, Blacks over the edge

If Republicans and Democrats don’t reach a 12th hour deal to avoid the “fiscal cliff,” many lower-and middle-income families will feel deep pain, according to analysis by economists and respected think tanks. ...

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