The Broward Young Black Progressives, along with the Broward Democratic Party, Ladies With a Purpose and Bit of Magic hosted TEDxSistrunk at the African American Research Library & Cultural Center on June 22. This was […]
Ever since he was a little boy watching “Showtime at the Apollo” with his grandmother, Terrance “VesSoul” Cribbs-Lorrant knew he was called to sing on that stage. Now Miami’s resident “Songbird of the South,” is heading to New York’s 125th Street to represent his city at the iconic Apollo. On June 26, VesSoul will experience a moment he has been preparing for his entire life. […]
When a Norland High educator went missing under suspicious circumstances, Miami Gardens police detectives received several anonymous tips that an assistant principal, Ernest Joseph Roberts, was involved. […]
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On June 12th, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and the Broward County Libraries Division officially launched their first installment of the FLLibrary. This innovative creation is the first of its kind and offers travelers a new way to enjoy their flight experience . […]