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CNN producer files a $50 million lawsuit against Time Warner for racial discrimination

Walker has filed a law-suit against Time Warner Inc., Turner Services Inc., CNN, and Turner Broadcasting System. The $50 million lawsuit is occasioned by what Walker terms racial discrimination against him ...

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“Taste The Islands” voted one of the top 10 Jamaican Diaspora news stories of 2015 by Jamaicans.com

Making the top 10 list of news stories on Jamaicans.com is a great honor and recognition of the noteworthy impact Taste the Islands is making. Currently, Jamaicans.com is the most popular Jamaican diaspora-focused website in the world ...

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PLANTATION HIGH SCHOOL’S WOODLAWN CEMETERY CLEAN UP PROJECT

Students from Plantation High School are currently doing a clean up project at Fort Lauderdale’s Woodlawn Cemetery. ...

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OBC and CFP Foundation commit $100,000 to fund Miami-Dade and Broward Teachers’ Initiatives

The Orange Bowl Committee (OBC) has donated $50,000 to the College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation’s Extra Yard for Teachers (EYT) program – a figure that has been matched by the CFP Foundation – for funding individual classroom projects of Miami-Dade and Broward County public school teachers. ...

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Miami Dolphins: What We Learned From the Future (Season Recap)

Why Can't Miami Be in the Playoffs? When it comes to the city of Miami, we should be proud. Antonio Brown had one of the biggest games of his life when he played in the NFL playoffs against the Cincinnati Bengals. Because of his game, Brown was a victim of a classless and tasteless hit from Vontaze Burfict and it still didn’t matter because the Pittsburgh Steelers won. Brown's high school, Miami Norland Sen ...

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Miami Dolphins: Why Adam Gase Might Be the Right Move

Great Expectations? Nothing. There are no expectations. There are no hopes from fans. There is only the NFL Draft. That's the only thing that fans are happy about in South Florida when it comes to the Miami Dolphins. There is only nothingness in the air and it’s not the worst odor to smell. For the Dolphins, they’ve had to have the bitter taste of a disappointing 6-10 losing season. After failing to live up ...

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Pips Member Edward Patten Dies

Gladys Knight & the Pips member Edward Patten died early this morning (Feb. 25) at a suburban Detroit hospital, according to his cousin William Guest, another member of the group. He was 65. Gladys Knight & the Pips member Edward Patten died early this morning (Feb. 25) at a suburban Detroit hospital, according to his cousin William Guest, another member of the group. He was 65. Patten, an Atlanta n ...

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Senator Chris Smith, aka Santa’s special helper, gave children a Christmas to remember and gave a victim of domestic violence a safe harbor

Senator Chris Smith requested and was given the names of children in the community that because of circumstances beyond their control were not going to have toys from Santa this Christmas ...

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MLK Celebration Committee announces new King Holiday Parade route

The Board of Directors of the Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration Committee, Inc., (MLKCC) has announced a change in the route of the annual King Holiday Parade & Unity March ...

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