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How Do You Lose to the Jacksonville Jaguars? At Least Ryan Tannehill Shined!

You know it's bad when fans are starting to rant about how bad the coaching is and it's only week two. We’ve all had a lot of high expectations for the Miami Dolphins this season and why wouldn’t we? They spent $100 million dollars with $60 million guaranteed to bring in the best defensive tackle in football, Ndamukong Suh. They also signed Ryan Tannehill to a long-term contract extension. On paper, this te ...

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Miami Hurricanes Looking Stronger & Stronger. ACC Champs Soon?

We all know that it's really easy to have a pessimistic attitude when it comes to the Miami Hurricanes. Yeah, they lost their contract with Nike. Yes, other programs such as Ohio State, Alabama and Florida State have dominated college football again. Yes, during two out of their three wins Miami has looked sloppy. However, there's one important detail that many people are missing. Say what you want, but jus ...

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Cindy’s Spirit is not just a play- for some it was their way of life

Cindy’s Spirit brings various themes to life including domestic violence, internal family struggles between blended families, sibling rivalry, bullying and more. ...

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Federal lawsuit filed after investigation confirms racial discrimination at Aventura Apartments

A federal lawsuit was filed today by Housing Opportunities Project for Excellence, Inc. (“HOPE”), a private, not-for-profit fair housing organization, three African American testers, and African American housing seekers against the owners (Beverly Hills Club Apartments, LLC), property management company (United Property Management Group), property manager (Idalio Rivero), and a leasing agent (Katherina Garc ...

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What’s going on in the City of Miami Gardens

The meeting addressed issues, ordinances and upcoming events in Miami Gardens. ...

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A weekend of cultural enlightenment and community outreach

Famed international performing artists descended upon Miami Gardens for the weekend ...

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FAMU pharmacy graduate commands Florida National Guard

Florida A&M University (FAMU) where he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Pharmacy. Brigadier General Michael Calhoun was promoted to the rank of major general during a ceremony at the Florida National Guard headquarters in St. Augustine last spring. ...

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AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORYMAKERS GO BACK TO SCHOOL IN FORT LAUDERDALE

Florida native and interior designer Cecil Hayes is going back to her alma mater, Dillard High School, to share her story of success and talk about the value of education. ...

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Duende A.M.P Fest issues a call to musicians in all genres

Pompano Beach Amphitheater (the A.M.P.) is proud to be participating in Broward 100’s Duende. In preparation for the grand finale weekend of the county’s centennial, Broward 100 and the A.M.P. are issuing a Call to Musicians to participate in the Most AMPed Band contest in Duende A.M.P. Fest. ...

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FIU & FAU Have Legit Football Programs; Welcome to the New Age!

The times in South Florida are rapidly changing. No longer are the Miami Hurricanes the only team that needs to warrant your attention.  Back in the day it was an honor to get a scholarship to the University of Miami, as it is still today. Nevertheless, because of the way that other programs in South Florida have risen in the last decade, it’s also an honor to get a scholarship from their program as well.  ...

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