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South Florida members of the Women of AT&T

South Florida members of the Women of AT&T (WOA) Florida Chapter recently donated more than 100 bags of toiletries and clothing items to the Human Trafficking Coalition (www.1HTC.org). ...

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Author/Actor Keith C. Wade celebrates ‘Book Life’ with a film/novel combo

Two-time author, actor and theater professor Keith C. Wade is releasing the world premiere of his highly anticipated film/novel combo, “A Warrior’s Path Alpha”, at this year’s 15th Annual South Florida Book Festival, entitled “Book Life” ...

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Who can (and can’t) travel under the new travel ban

President Trump’s first travel ban targeting majority-Muslim countries in January unleashed chaos around the world, as foreigners were stopped from boarding flights overseas and detained or deported after reaching U.S. airports. ...

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Miramar new amphitheater – a world class venue and entertainment destination

The City of Miramar celebrated the grand opening of a new, world-class Amphitheater at Miramar Regional Park, 16801 Miramar Parkway held on July 4 with a free community concert. ...

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Teen Summit 2017

Teen Summit 2017 ...

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Local Miami gymnasts shines at AAU Gymnastics Age Group National Championships

Eight-year-old Miami gymnast, Nya Harris-Middleton, recently returned from competing at AAU Gymnastics Age Group National Championships in Kingsport, Tennessee ...

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More than $750,000 Broward Education Foundation Scholarships awarded to help students fulfill college dreams

More than $750,000 Broward Education Foundation Scholarships awarded to help students fulfill college dreams ...

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Local Miami gymnasts shines at AAU Gymnastics Age Group National Championships

Eight-year-old Miami gymnast, Nya Harris-Middleton, recently returned from competing at AAU Gymnastics Age Group National Championships in Kingsport, Tennessee. ...

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White student made ‘co-valedictorian’ with Black student, despite having lower GPA, lawsuit claims

An African American woman has filed a federal lawsuit against a Mississippi school district, claiming a white student was named “co-valedictorian” with her daughter, despite the white student having a lower grade-point average. ...

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A2MIA: The ride that changed one man’s life

The ride that changed one man’s life ...

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