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MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960 SENIOR CITIZENS TREATED TO LUNCHEON TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI PREPARED FOR TAMPA CLASSIC ’70s OLD SCHOOL DANCE WAS ALL-WHITE AFFAIR
 
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MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960

MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1960 Last month members of the Middleton High School held their Annual Class Reunion at the Embassy Suite, USF Tampa. The event took place August 10 through August 13, 2017. The theme for the reunion was “Remembering the past, Reflecting upon the Present and Reaching For the Future.” The group […]

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SENIOR CITIZENS TREATED TO LUNCHEON

SENIOR CITIZENS TREATED TO LUNCHEON For the past few years, Janice Nunn-Nelson has hosted a talent program for senior citizens who were once very active in the field of music in various church choirs or as soloists. They are invited to share their talents at a musical for seniors. The event is normally held in […]

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TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI PREPARED FOR TAMPA CLASSIC

TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI PREPARED FOR TAMPA CLASSIC Members of the Tennessee State University (TSU) National Alumni Association held their final planning meeting a few weeks ago to prepare for the Tampa Classic. The Tigers of TSU will meet the Rattlers of Florida A&M University on Saturday evening at Raymond James Stadium. Game time is […]

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’70s OLD SCHOOL DANCE WAS ALL-WHITE AFFAIR

’70s OLD SCHOOL DANCE WAS ALL-WHITE AFFAIR A group of young ladies who were reminiscing the 1970s and their days of growing up in the same community, attending the same schools,  hosted the second ’70s Old School Reunion over the Labor Day weekend. The event was held at on Saturday, Sept. 2nd at the Sons […]

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Sean Young: His Unique Art Technique Sets Him Apart 

Sean Young: His Unique Art Technique Sets Him Apart 

By Kenya Woodard Sentinel Feature Writer When looking at the artwork of Sean Young, it’s likely you’ll start hearing music. That’s because the Los Angeles native’s expressive portraits feature jazz greats like Ella Fitzgerald, Charlie Mingus, and Theolonious Monk. Hip-hop greats like, Mos Def, Outkast, and Questlove have also received Young’s signature treatment of sharp...

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2017 African Hope Expo Rescheduled 

2017 African Hope Expo Rescheduled 

  DAVID M. SAWANETH Founder and CEO of Teneba’s Haven, Inc. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On any given weekend, various events take place in the Tampa Bay Area. In most instances, these events are planned months in advance. Organizers select the perfect location and the perfect speakers to make the event successful....

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Road Rage Incident Lands Two Women In Jail

Road Rage Incident Lands Two Women In Jail

  ALICIA SCARDUZIO SHELLY GAMBERLING Two women were arrested in connection with a road rage incident that took place in Pasco County. The incident took place on September 19th. According to police, the two women, identified as Alicia Nicole Scarduzio, 20, and Shelly Lyn Gamberling, 49, were taken into custody and charged with aggravated battery...

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Teacher Charged With Grand Theft

Teacher Charged With Grand Theft

  SYLVIA CLARK The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office arrested a 58-year-old teacher Wednesday. She was charged with grand theft. According to police, on September 5th, the victim and Ms. Sylvia Clark, both teachers, were sitting outside at Hammond Elementary School. The victim left her purse and lunchbox on the table while she went to help...

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Business Robbed Twice In 3 Days

Business Robbed Twice In 3 Days

  FAMILY DOLLAR SUSPECT Detectives with the Tampa Police Department are currently investigating two robberies that took place 3 days apart. The robberies occurred at the Family Dollar, 4900 N. 40th Street. The first robbery took place Sunday, September 17th, shortly after 5 p.m. During that offense, the suspect entered the store and demanded money...

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Clarence Barr's Reality On Ice-'Blame It All On Robert Johnson'

Clarence Barr’s Reality On Ice-‘Blame It All On Robert Johnson’

Blame It All On Robert Johnson BY CLARENCE BARR, II I imagine it’s not easy being a “woke” Black person who works for a mainstream media outlet these days. You’re constantly bombarded with stories that have blatantly racial slants, yet you’re expected to keep your opinion to yourself while acting like controversial events and inappropriate...

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Dominica Destroyed By Hurricane Maria

Dominica Destroyed By Hurricane Maria

  Widespread damage in Dominica has left the Caribbean island devastated. Hurricane Maria was reportedly headed toward the already destroyed Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The Caribbean island nation of Dominica sustained “mind boggling” damage from Hurricane Maria, its prime minister said Tuesday, after the storm hit with maximum sustained winds of nearly 160 miles...

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Trump And Majority Of HBCU Presidents Were Absent From Summit

Trump And Majority Of HBCU Presidents Were Absent From Summit

  Members of the audience attending the Summit listened to Dept. of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Every U.S. president since Jimmy Carter has pledged commitment to historically black colleges, or HBCUs. And just about every year, HBCU leaders gather in Washington D.C., to lobby Congress and the White House. This year President Trump was not...

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