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Bromell-Tinubu Selected as Bethune-Cookman College President
Monday, Nov 10, 2003

Bethune-Cookman College Board of Trustees Chairman Dr. J. Stanley Marshall announced November 3 that Dr. Gloria Bromell-Tinubu has been selected as the new president for the soon-to-be-100-year old private, United Methodist Church affiliated, liberal arts college.

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Alvino Monk Passes
Thursday, Oct 30, 2003

Alvino Monk, former publisher of the Greater Miami Black Resource Guide passed away on October 26, 2003.  He courageously fought colon cancer for 2 years.

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Toni Morrison opens Miami Book Fair
Wednesday, Oct 29, 2003

Pulitzer-Prize and Nobel literary laureate Toni Morrison comes to Miami to launch the Annual Miami Book Fair. Admission is free.

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Elizabeth Muto crowned Miss Black USA
Sunday, Aug 24, 2003

Elizabeth Muto, Miss Black Nevada, was crowned Miss Black USA 2003 in Miami FL, Saturday August 23, 2003.

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Election Results from Miami Gardens
Wednesday, Jul 23, 2003

From General Election on July 22, 2003

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FAMU football moving up to Division I-A
Tuesday, Jul 22, 2003

The NCAA has approved Florida A&M University's application to move it's football program to Division I-A. FAMU will be the first Historically Black College or University in Division I-A.

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Jackson Five Considering Reunion
Tuesday, Jul 22, 2003

Jermaine Jackson in a conversation with a reporter from the BBC said that the brothers are planning a reunion tour. Michael Jackson's publicist did not comment on the report, but Jermaine Jackson says his brother is "Absolutely on board ." The group last performed at a 2001 concert celebrating Michael's 30 yrs in the music biz.

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Bad Boy II Blows away competition at opening box office
Monday, Jul 21, 2003

Bad Boy II, the highly anticipated sequel starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, earned $46.7 million at the box office in its opening weekend. The sequel, airing 8-years after its precursor, was filmed primarily in Miami.

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Celia Cruz, Cuban Salsa Queen, Dead at 77
Wednesday, Jul 16, 2003

"The Queen of Salsa", Celia Cruz, who went from performing in her native Havana, Cuba, to become a renown international star, died at her Fort Lee, NJ home.

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EDITORIAL: Mourning leaves Miami
Friday, Jul 11, 2003

We who have lived in Miami for most of our lives have always cried out why don't the Millionaire Athletes who play for teams in the Miami area come to the Hood, help out and give back. Actually, this is a sad question for all of the neighborhoods throughout the nation. Miami has been blessed with a guy who doesn't fit this mold; no, not Alonzo Mourning. He came to Miami with a burning desire to give back to the less fortunate despite suffering a career-threatening ailment. This brother and his family have continued there positive endeavors in Overtown and throughout this community. May his example be a lesson to others! We say to you Zo while we will miss your great athletic skills on the Miami Heat, we pray that you will continue to call Miami your home . And may you be blessed with health and happiness and an NBA championship . Thanks Zo!!!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

FRIDAY, JUL 26
Arnez J

Dania Improv, Dania

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SUNDAY, AUG 04
Kane Brown

Hard Rock Live, Hollywood

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SUNDAY, AUG 11

SATURDAY, AUG 24
Beres Hammond: Forever Giving Thanks Tour 2024

Au-Rene Theater, Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Fort Lauderdale

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