In the Name of Judge Edward Rodgers

Each week read opinion pieces provided by local, aware community voices. Just So You Know. 

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Holiday Events at ‘The Square’ in WPB

Lots of different events, lots of fun! The Square is in downtown West Palm Beach (WPB), at 700 North Rosemary Avenue. Click here to learn more. Or just go! Many of ...
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Any Questions for Elective Office Candidates?

Then come. The event will be held at 6 p.m. tomorrow October 6 at St. John Missionary Baptist Church in West Palm Beach. All of the African diaspora candidates ...
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He’s Running for Elective Office. Again.

When he wins, it'll be his third term as a state Senator. The campaign kickoff will be held at 5:30 p.m. on tomorrow, Tuesday, October 4, at the law ...
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Do You Know Any of Them?

They are South Florida's 40 Under 40 Future Black Leaders of Today & Tomorrow. That's according to Hollywood-based MIA Media Group, which publishes Legacy Magazine and seeks to highlight ...
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Happy Labor Day!

Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. This year? That's September 5! It was ...
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Help The Young.

That's here in Palm Beach County (PBC). There are currently two different after-school programs for those primarily in high school. The key: register now! Read about the two programs ...
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He Achieves. Continuously.

Jervonte 'Tae' Edmonds graduated from college in 2015, opened a now-nationally known nonprofit while there, worked for two different state elected officials. He’s also written a book for children ...
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Ever Heard of Soul Movement?

If your child is interested in dance, register her—and him—with Soul Movement, a young, community-focused dance conservatory that provides dance classes for children starting at age 3 and a ...
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Juneteenth refers to that day, June 19, 1865, when slaves in Texas were freed by the Union Army--two-and-a-half years after President Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863. Imagine. Also known ...
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That word refers to President Biden’s preferences. Nearly every highlighted-position choice he’s had to make he’s filled with a woman of color. Like Vice President. And Supreme Court Justice. ...
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