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Watch the trailer for ‘The Bible’

The Bible,” an epic 10-hour television series ...

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Hundreds mourn Business Icon Jesse Hill, Jr.

Hundreds of business, civic and religious leaders – including former mayors Shirley Franklin and Andrew Young – packed Big Bethel AME Church recently to pay final tribute to Atlanta business icon Jesse Hill Jr., a civil rights activist and longtime businessman who died of undetermined causes Dec. 17. Hill was 86. ...

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Ned Wertimer –The Jeffersons – Doorman, Ralph dies

Ned Wertimer, who appeared on 11 seasons of “The Jeffersons” as Ralph The Doorman, is dead at age 89 ...

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Brother Paul Hughes, 320 Past Master has completed all the work on his Trestleboard

[caption id="attachment_7574" align="alignleft" width="288"] Brother Paul Hughes[/caption] Brother Paul Hughes, 320 Past Master has completed all the work on his Trestleboard By Staff Writer      Brother Paul Hughes was elected the 9th Worshipful Master of McBride Lodge No. 390 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. McBride Masonic Lodge No. 390 was organized and chartered to operate on May 24, 1914. The Lodge began its w ...

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Mount Tabor’s Emancipation Proclamation Service highlights “Kulibah”

Mount Tabor M. B. Church in Liberty City held its 23rd Annual Emancipation Proclamation Service that was highlighted by a powerful sermon delivered by Minister Wendell H. Paris, Jr. ...

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Lloyd Charmers: Reggae singer dies at 74

Famed Reggae artist Lloyd Charmers has died. The singer, keyboard player and record producer died in London on Dec. 27, 2012 after suffering a massive heart attack behind the wheel of his car ...

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Terry Glover, Ebony managing editor and veteran magazine executive, dies at 57

Terry Glover, managing editor of Ebony magazine and veteran publishing executive, died in her Chicago home on Dec. 24, 2012. Glover, 57, had been battling colon cancer for the past two years. ...

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How can I tell what’s right from what’s wrong?

“You can really tell right from wrong because when you hit someone, you feel sorry for them,” says David, age nine. “Like if you kick someone in the knee, you feel bad,” ...

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Jesus is the Reason for the Season

Jesus is the Reason for the Season ...

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Lucille Davis Counts Sneed, 100, retired Educator from Dade County Public Schools died

Lucille Davis Counts Sneed, 100, retired Educator from Dade County Public Schools died ...

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