Now pulling into its third week on air, the next episode of TTIX Yellow Cab Karaoke finds singer-turned-producer-and-cab-driver Calibe Thompson and guest rider Chef Thia, joined by reggae singer Anthony B. Together they ride around Broward county, chatting about the singer’s early life growing up in rural Jamaica, his love of studio energy, and his respect for women. […]
The City of Riviera Beach (City) and the Riviera Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) are excited to welcome the National Association of Black Scuba Divers (NABS) to dive and explore the famed Blue Heron Bridge at Phil Foster Park on Saturday, March 23, 2019. The divers chose the Blue Heron Bridge because of its distinction by the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) Sport Diver magazine as the best dive site in the world in 2013. This dive will be the 60th anniversary of the organization’s Spring Dive. […]
Over 150 friends, supporters, family members and financial sponsors were on hand as African American Commissioner Samuel B. Ings officially launched on Thursday 3-15-2019, at I Drive Nascar, his campaign to be the next Mayor of Orlando. To many in the city, and the attendees in the room, Ings announcing his candidacy was a big surprise. Mayor Dyer was expected to win his 5th term with no formidable candidate, and his machine would keep rolling. […]
Old Dillard Foundation (ODF) has again been awarded a grant from Funding Arts Broward (FAB!), a non-profit, volunteer-based arts organization committed to preserving and cultivating the arts in Broward County, Florida. The $`5,500 grant will be directly applied to the 2019 Cannonball Adderley Jazz Concert Series. […]
Local authors and aspiring writers – your time has come! Broward County Library is rolling out BiblioBoard, a new, free service that lets current and future self-published authors create and professionally format their books into digital and print-ready formats. […]
His gallant services in Vietnam lasted just three months. A Dillard High School teenager 50 years ago, Pfc. Carter was drafted into the Marines, and on the Fourth of July his tour of duty in Vietnam began. […]
On Friday, March 8th, House Democrats passed H.R.1, the For the People Act. This historic bill is one of the most sweeping reform packages to pass the U.S. House of Representatives in the past half […]
In a joint effort to get students involved with the Children Services Council’s 2019 Broward AWARE! Protecting OUR Children campaign: Growing the Voices of Our Future, the Westside Gazette will engage youth in a photovoice (photojournalism) project. The youth will tell their stories through the written word and through the lens of cameras they will operate as photojournalists focusing on but not limited to the Broward AWARE campaign.