Andrew Gayle, a 10th grade student at Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED Magnet School, was one of 20 minority students in the country, and the only student from Florida, who traveled to the White House to present a video game he created during a summer gaming camp sponsored by the Broward Education Foundation and the City of Lauderhill Police Department. ...Read more ›
What if you were drowning and you had to fight for every piece of air; What would you do? Dolphins by nature aren't animals that drown in water. In fact, they're the opposite, they embrace the water. As for our beloved Miami Dolphins, they too are starting to embrace water as well. The entire season has been set with a Super Bowl aspiration and this team hasn't quit on themselves. Even in the midst of a dif ...Read more ›
It's very early, yes. The season is only nine games in yes. But it's ok to get optimistic about the Miami Heat. If you’ve been very impressed with the way that Miami has played their last nine games then good for you because it’s warranted. Miami has been playing their tails off and one of the reasons why they’ve been winning games is because they’ve gone back to their winning roots. On the court, the Heat ...Read more ›
It’s a good thing when you can hold up an example of an upright, respectable and successful Black business man for impressionable young Black men to emulate and Arnold Wayne Donald is a prime example. ...Read more ›
Hip hop icon Sister Souljah launches release of her latest literary offering, A Moment of Silence MIDNIGHT, here in South Florida.
Sister Souljah is noted among the true innovators in the world of hip hop ...Read more ›
Thursday’s ribbon cutting ceremony marked the grand opening of the Ali Cultural Arts Center, located at 357 Hammondville Rd ...Read more ›
South Florida’s very own Leslie J. Dorsett recognized this problem and set out to create a solution. She did just that with her ingenious invention, Purse Props! ...Read more ›