Posts from July 2015

July 30: 8,000 Years of Diversity in Broward

Thursday, July 30, 2015 4:27 PM by Kitty Oliver

Broward County's diverse 100-year-old story is peppered with nuggets of Seminole Indian history from their unconquerable survival in the Everglades to co-existence with Whites on the banks of the New River to the alliance with Blacks escaping slavery who became incorporated into the tribe.

But Broward County has a little-known Native American story that goes much farther back and that can still be explored. It lies between the scenic Fort Lauderdale beach scene and the natural wonder of the Everglades. It is surrounded by the affordable

Professional dancer, choreographer and producer Pablo Malco is passionate about Duende, the eclectic countywide weekend showcase of artistic creativity that will cap off Broward County's 100-year anniversary celebration October 2-4.

Malco is a member of the Creative Minds Team of five professional artists, creative entrepreneurs and artist-collaborators with expansive careers in all areas of the visual and performing arts who are at the helm of the event. They have developed a unique approach to showcase local talent in a series of events and

July 7: Bookfest Adds Spice

Tuesday, July 7, 2015 10:42 AM by Kitty Oliver

Bookfest Adds Inspirational Spice to Summer Fun

Some of the country's top African American authors who have made a mark in the literary world will gather in Greater Fort Lauderdale at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center for the South Florida Book Festival July 17-18 to introduce their latest work and tell other aspiring writers and book lovers how they did it.

Award-winning journalist and talk show host Tavis Smiley will be one of the featured authors making a special appearance at the "Evening to the Stars," a dressed-up