Oct 14

Meet the Man and His Saxophone

By Shirley Terrell-Stone The saxophone is one of sexist whimsical soothing instruments to tame the heart.  It speaks to your pain, your love life, your health, your mental blocks and the sensual side of every human being. I had the pleasure of sitting with internationally known Jazz Saxophonist Mr. Antoine Knight. This interview gives us …

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Oct 14

Haitians Urge People Not to Donate to Red Cross and Help Local Companies Instead

As the death count after Hurricane Matthew approaches 900 and reports of deadly cholera outbreaks begin to surface, Haitians have sent out desperate pleas for help. Government officials estimate at least 350,000 people needed assistance after the devastating storm. Yet accompanying many requests for aid comes a warning – do not give your money to …

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Oct 14

DELIVERANCE TABERNACLE CELEBRATES PASTORAL 14 YEARS WITH THROWBACK GOSPEL

  In case you are wondering what’s “throwback gospel” that’s those songs back in the 80s and 90s that made you get up and just move in the spirit.  If you didn’t pat your feet or clap your hands, the saints would say “baby your spirit is dead!” Various artists from the community came to …

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Oct 06

COLORS OF CANCER CELEBRATES 4TH ANNUAL LUNCHEON

By: Margaret Jones Mrs. Osie Mae Wesley didn’t know that she was going to be the spark to bring more awareness of cancer to the African American community in Pensacola.  You see, Mrs. Osie Mae lost her battle with breast cancer, but her passing opened an avenue to gain awareness of the disease. 1985 Reverend …

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Oct 06

A TRUMP WIN IN NOVEMBER COULD TEAR THIS NATION APART

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  By Bill Fletcher, Jr. (NNPA Newswire Columnist) Alright, team, we are getting close to the finish line: Election Day November 8. We have witnessed the first debate, between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and while I would argue that Clinton won, Trump made enough arguments to reinforce some level of confidence among his supporters. …

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Sep 30

GCVAC SPONSORS STAND DOWN FOR VETERANS

  The Gulf Coast Veterans Advocacy Council (GCVAC), Inc partnered with the Salvation Army to hold a Veterans Stand Down on Friday, September 23rd at the Salvation Army located at 1501 Q Street. GCVAC works with the Department of Veterans Affairs and local Veteran’s Service Officers, Humana, Escambia County Pensacola Florida, Career Source Escarosa, HUMANA …

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Sep 30

MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION (MBDA) DIRECTOR TO OPEN REAP SUMMIT FRIDAY

Efrain Gonzalez will open the 2016 REAP Summit on Friday morning, September 30th, at the Pensacola Grand Hotel (formerly the Crown Plaza) in Downtown Pensacola.  Gonzalez will speak on a high-level overview of the Minority Business Development Agency’s (MBDA’s) impact in the nation and on the Gulf Coast; MBDA efforts to support the Gulf Coast …

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