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Black writers prominently featured at Book Fair PDF Print E-mail
Written by ERICA DEL RIEGO   
Friday, 12 November 2010
miami_book_fair.jpgU/Miami News Service

Black authors, including popular novelist Walter Mosley, Miami-based Haitian author Edwidge Danticat and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eugene Robinson will be among scores of prominent presenters at the Miami Book Fair International.
 
High school choir wins contest, will be on national TV PDF Print E-mail
Written by KYOTO WALKER   
Friday, 12 November 2010

dimensional_harmony_web.jpgSpecial to South Florida Times

BOYNTON BEACH — Hitting all the right notes, Dimensional Harmony has sung and danced its way into national television. The Boynton Beach High School choir has been selected last month  as one of the finalists from schools across the country, including some colleges in a competition sponsored by NBC’s Today Show.

 
Around South Florida with Elgin Jones 11-12-10 PDF Print E-mail
Written by ELGIN JONES   
Friday, 12 November 2010

elginjones3web.gifNEW RAIL SYSTEM
Plans for a $2.5 billion rail line along the eastern coast corridor from Jupiter in Palm Beach County to Miami in Miami-Dade County has gained the approval of the metropolitan planning organizations in Broward and Palm Beach counties. The proposed train will have 40 to 60 stops and would also use a bus shuttle service to connect to and complement Tri-Rail service. It will create around 26,000 jobs. The Florida Department of Transportation will now under take environmental impact studies and other assessments to complete the feasibility part of the process.

 
MDC and Nova project provides low-cost dental services PDF Print E-mail
Written by STAFF WRITER   
Friday, 12 November 2010
mdc-dental-screenings_web.jpgSpecial to South Florida Times

Miami Dade College and Nova Southeastern University have formed a partnership to provide residents with low-cost dental services performed by dental students from both academic institutions once a week for the remainder of the year.

The Community Collaborative Partnership between MDC’s Dental Hygiene Program and NSU’s School of Dental Medicine officially began at the start of this fall semester.

 
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