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Miami Hurricanes: Why They Should Sign Mario Cristobal

If you were awake in Miami on Thursday night you could almost hear a pin drop once it hit around 11:25 pm. The Miami Hurricanes walked off the Nippert Stadium field in Cincinnati, Ohio with their first loss of the season to the Cincinnati Bearcats. Miami got tossed around in the second half only managing to score three second half points finishing with a surprising 34-23 defeat. [caption id="" align="alignr ...

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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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Congratulations to the Inductees of the Coconut Grove Sports Hall of Fame

To find the most talented premier athletes in the country then look no place further than South Florida. It’s not a secret to the rest of the country anymore because when it comes to athletics South Florida is king. There are so many talented athletes from the Tri-County area (Dade, Broward & Palm Beach) that have gone on to have professional careers that it’s commonplace. Each draft night is a local at ...

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In light of recent events in the state of Florida, The Democratic Black Caucus of Florida, the office of State Senator Dwight Bullard, and Florida Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials have come together to launch the “Florida Speaks Tour” scheduled to make its stop in Miami, Florida on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at St. Agnes Episcopal Church . The Florida Speaks tour is a series of town hall assemblies ...

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FLORIDA CLERGY, ACTIVISTS ACROSS STATE PREPARE FOR “SOULS TO THE POLLS” WEEKEND   MIAMI – Thousands of Hispanic, Caribbean and African-American voters across Florida will head to polling precincts starting Saturday to usher in Souls to the Polls Weekend, as the state’s Early Voting period begins. Clergy, union honchos, activists and civic leaders in several parts of the state are leading the effort, dubbed ...

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Congresswoman Wilson’s Statement on September 2012 Jobs Report

MIAMI, FL – Today, Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.), issued the following statement on the September 2012 jobs report:   “The September job’s report is good news; 114,000 more Americans are now working. With the fall of the unemployment rate from 8 percent to 7.8 percent, this is a clear indication that we are moving forward and in the right direction under President Barack Obama’s leadership. T ...

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Serena Williams wins Madrid title

MADRID — Serena Williams overpowered Victoria Azarenka 6-1, 6-3 Sunday, winning the Madrid Open and leaving her top-ranked opponent so exasperated she smashed her racket to the ground. ...

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Miami Beach to Blacks: Get out!

Note to African American tourists who showed up in Miami for Memorial Day Weekend. Next year, book your four-day vacation in the Bahamas or Jamaica, where your tourism dollars will be appreciated. Miami Beach Mayor Matti Bower and the city commissioners ...

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Bishop Richard Chappelle, Sr., succumbs at 78

Bishop Richard Allen Chappelle, Sr. the 108th elected and consecrated Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, passed away on Thursday, March 29, 2012 in St. Louis, Mo. ...

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