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Comedian Charlie Murphy Dies at 57

The 'Chappelle Show' star died from leukemia on Wednesday. Charlie Murphy, Chappelle Show star and Eddie Murphy's older brother, has died, publicist Domenick Nati told The Hollywood Reporter. He was 57. Murphy died from leukemia on Wednesday, said Nati. Murphy became a household name through Dave Chappelle's Comedy Central skit show thanks to his amazing stories of interactions with other celebrities during ...

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ASCEND ACADEMY CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of Denovo, Inc. d/b/a Ascend Career Academy will hold a Special Meeting, for the purpose of taking corporate actions related to discussions of school contracts and other operational issues, on Tuesday, September 20, 2016, at 6 p.m., at 5251 Coconut Creek Parkway, Margate, FL 33063. Thank you! ...

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Dr. Umar Johnson Interview at The Breakfast Club Power 105.1

Dr, Umar Johnson Breakfast Club: Dr. Umar Johnson stops by the Breakfast Club to discuss the growing social issues affecting the African American community. Dr. Johnson believes that before we can fix the problem we really have to understand it. He is very critical of President Obama for not doing anything for the black community and offers a few theories as to why he has not done so. ...

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7 Arrested In Death Of $434,000 Georgia Lottery Winner Craigory Burch Jr., a forklift driver of Fitzgerald, Georgia, was killed in January during a home invasion

Seven people have been arrested in the death of a $434,000 lottery winner, who was killed during a home invasion in January in Fitzgerald, Georgia, according to the New York Daily News. Craigory Burch Jr., 20, a forklift driver, hit the jackpot in late November in Georgia’s Fantasy 5 lottery. Two months later, masked men stormed into his home, demanded his wallet, and shot him in the brazen robbery, the rep ...

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The last time a president visited Cuba was 1928. It was a very big deal back then, too

President Calvin Coolidge and his wife, Grace Coolidge, at left, with Cuban President Gerardo Machado y Morales, right, and his wife, Elvira Machado, in Havana on Jan. 19, 1928. (AP) Air Force One touched down in Havana, Cuba, on Sunday, marking the first time a sitting U.S. president has visited the country since 1928. That year, Calvin Coolidge made the 100-mile, overnight journey from Key West to Havana ...

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FAMU Faculty Senate supports further study of banning smoking, tobacco on campus

Mary Simmons takes smoking personally. As director of the Florida A&M University's School of Allied Health's Division of Cardiopulmonary Science, Simmons knows what smoking and tobacco use does to the heart and lungs of people, especially African-Americans. And Simmons believes FAMU should be at the forefront of discouraging smoking. “This is something that I have been talking about with others on campu ...

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Rock Newman Show feat Judy Smith

The Rock Newman Show in conjunction with WHUT (Howard University Television) presents "An Evening with Judy Smith". Video was recorded from the Live December 5, 2013 broadcast in front of a studio audience at WHUT Studios. Native Washingtonian Judy Smith rose to fame on Capital Hill as one of it's most effective Crisis Management Experts. With her long list of high-profile clients from a variety of professi ...

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