Education

Poverty and Inequality: A Conversation in Tribute to the Life of Nelson Mandela from Next Level Educators and Broward County Library. 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM

– South Regional/BC Library Multi-Purpose Room Are ready to experience the excitement of giving back? Then come join us when will pay tribute to and celebrate Nelson Mandela and honor his commitment to fighting poverty and inequality. We will have a lively conversation about our obligation to help others who need it most and explore ways to build bridges and commit to change. …read more Source:: Broward County Library       ...
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Developer, Delray CRA renew talks on contested West Atlantic makeover

By David Lyons Representatives of the Delray Beach Community Development Agency reopened talks with an Irish developer on Tuesday, in the hopes of obtaining a higher purchase price and new concessions for a plan to redevelop 6 acres of West Atlantic Avenue. Uptown Atlantic developer John Flynn proposed a makeover… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Trump's deference to Putin is less about collusion than character | Opinion

By Jonah Goldberg Last week, I wrote that the best way to think about a Trump Doctrine is as nothing more than Trumpism on the international stage. By Trumpism, I do not mean a coherent ideological program, but a psychological phenomenon, or simply the manifestation of his character. Monday, we literally saw President… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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SunTrust Series Advantages & Disadvantages of Business Ownership 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

– Main Library Creation Station Business Conference Room This event is part of the SunTrust Foundation Series at Creation Station Business.Learn the pros and cons of owning a business to determine if entrepreneurship is right for you. Discover the opportunities for becoming a business owner along with the tax benefits. Also, discuss the responsibilities and state and government requirements that can impact your business. Learn more about Operation HOPE programs at www.operationhope.org This event is part of the SunTrust Foundation Series at Creation Station Business.Learn the pros and cons of owning a business to determine if entrepreneurship is right for you. Discover the opportunities for becoming a business owner along with the tax benefits. Also, discuss the responsibilities and state and government requirements that can impact your business. Learn more about Operation HOPE programs at www.operationhope.org …read more Source:: Broward County Library       ...
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Networking Event for Co-Working Space 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

– Main Library Creation Station Business Come join us for a free networking social at Creation Station Business, Fort Lauderdale’s free co-working space. It’s one of the first of its kind in a public library. We are seeking to have our visitors let us know what skills they would like mentoring and training in, and what skills they have that they could help others with. Come join us for a free networking social at Creation Station Business, Fort Lauderdale’s free co-working space. It’s one of the first of its kind in a public library. We are seeking to have our visitors let us know what skills they would like mentoring and training in, and what skills they have that they could help others with. …read more Source:: Broward County Library       ...
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Driver who hit pedestrian at 84 mph and lied to cops about it gets 15 years

By Marc Freeman A driver who slammed a rental car into a pedestrian and then lied to the cops about it received a 15-year prison sentence Tuesday. James A. Walker was speeding at 84 mph before he hit Wesley Wagner, who was walking illegally across the 6500 block of North Military Trail in Riviera Beach, investigators… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Robert Traurig, who helped build one of the world’s biggest law firms, dies at 93

By Howard Cohen Robert Traurig helped build one of the largest law firms in the world and, in so doing, swept Miami-Dade County upward. Brickell Avenue skyscrapers. Open-air malls like Cocowalk in Coconut Grove. Residential communities on the edge of the Everglades. Traurig was the expert zoning lawyer whom developers… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Here's what to do if you're face-to-face with a coyote

By Susannah Bryan With coyotes now in every county in Florida, encounters are more likely. Experts are offering advice on how to keep your kids and pets safe. — Never run from a coyote. They can run up to 43 mph. The animal is more likely to chase you if you run. — Keep your cats inside. — Dogs should be kept… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Like Amazon, Target.com crashes amid one-day sale

By Doreen Christensen Target.com crashed for a short time Tuesday as users flooded the site for hot deals during a one-day sale to rival Amazon Prime Day. Users trying to get offers on Target.com received a Google Error 502 messages with a broken robot. The site was back up after about 15 minutes. Target media relations has… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Eight cats missing in a single neighborhood. Are coyotes to blame?

By Susannah Bryan Eight cats have gone missing over the past few months in a Coconut Creek neighborhood — and some are worried coyotes may be to blame. Cat owner Tina Luccarelli says a pair of coyotes have been spotted several times in her South Creek community. “This morning I was out here by my garbage can taking… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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Eight cats missing in a single neighborhood. Are coyotes to blame?

By Susannah Bryan Eight cats have gone missing over the past few months in a Coconut Creek neighborhood — and some are worried coyotes may be to blame. Cat owner Tina Luccarelli says a pair of coyotes have been spotted several times in her South Creek community. “This morning I was out here by my garbage can taking… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel       ...
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Christian

UK Mayor Resigns After Being Harassed Over Facebook Posts About Homosexuality, Gender Dysphoria

By Heather Clark FERRYHILL, U.K. — The mayor of a town in the United Kingdom has resigned after being harassed with threatening and profane comments over his Facebook posts on the issues of homosexuality and transgenderism. Richard Smith was elected in May to serve as the mayor of Ferryhill in Northeast England. He has served as pastor of Immanuel Christian Fellowship since 2003,… …read more Source:: Christian News Network       ...
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Mike Kudla, former star on Ohio State 2002 national title team, dies at 34

By Mitch Stacy Mike Kudla, a star defensive end who played on Ohio State’s 2002 national championship team, has died. He was 34. The northeastern Ohio school district where he played in high school posted on Twitter on Monday that he died Sunday. The cause was not disclosed. Kudla was named first-team All-Big… …read more Source:: Sun-Sentinel headlines       ...
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