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This rivalry is dead until the Canes can bring it back

Story by Antwan Jackson It was a tale of two halves something Florida State University is known for. After a sluggish start Jimbo Fisher the “King of Misdirection” was able to adjust and avoid starting ACC play 0/3. In a game of hard hits, ejections, and bottle throwing. Dalvin Cook was able to show why he may be the best …

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It is great to be a Florida Gator!!

EUGENE, Ore. –  Only the Florida Gators could believe they could win the 2016 NCAA Outdoor Championship after placing 6th in the 2016 SEC Outdoor Championship and 7th in the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championship. Going into the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championship head coach Mike Holloway stated “We are a better team on the national level.” Things did not go as plan that day. Being from Tampa we know they …

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No Hester or Baker for the 100 Meter finals

EUGENE, Ore. — How did this happen? The 2016 NCAA Track and Field Championships 100 Meter finals will not have Ronnie Baker or Tevin Hester. Both have been looking world class and outstanding at times these last 2 years. Mr. Hester is the back to back ACC 100M champ. When he crossed the line in 2015 at 9.87 the world …

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Brandon “McGlide” McBride of Mississippi State

EUGENE, Ore. — The 2016 NCAA Track and Field Championships has started  at Hayward Field with Brandon McBride of Mississippi State looking like the favorite in the 800 meters. He easily dominated his heat posting a winning time of 1:45.48 to set the tone. We were able to witness his smooth running at the 2016 Florida relays in the 4 x 800 …

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The 2016 NCAA Division II National Championship goes to Pittsburg State University

BRADENTON, Fla. — The Pittsburgh State University women’s outdoor track & field team used a balanced attack to capture the program’s first NCAA Division II National Championship on Saturday, May 28th at the IMG Academy. They were not favored to win the meet and would likely shared the crown if St. Augustine’s University 4 x 400 meters relay team had come in third place.  The break …

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2016 DI Outdoor East Championship Men’s 100 Meters

Well family it is that time of year again where everyone wants their hard work to show big results. Being crowned the 2016 DI Outdoor East Champion and /or a trip to Oregon is up for grab this weekend in Jacksonville, FLA at the University of North Florida. We were privileged to see a number of these athletes at the …

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“A Man Called Jon” Movie Screening at the LVBFF

“A Man Called Jon”, Directed by M. Legend Brown, tells the story about Pastor “Shoutin” Jon Terrell Carson’s unusual style of worship.  Jon tries to contain himself, but he has to run and shout before the conclusion of every service.  Jon’s behavior proves to be too much for the congregation, judging by the petition circulating to remove him from their …

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“Silent Brave” Movie Screening at the LVBFF

Turning a passion of the visual arts into skilled artistry, Washington, DC native Jami Ramberan, received a Masters Degree in Media Studies and Film from The New School University in NYC. She made her directorial debut in 2007.  More recently, Ramberan’s film “Silent Brave”  was nominated for “Best Short Film” at the Las Vegas Black Film Festival. Silent Brave tells …

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Las Vegas Black Film Festival 2016

Ms. Michelle Payne, also known as the “First Lady of Gospel Theatre”, presented the 3rd annual Las Vegas Black Film Festival at the Suncoast Casino on April 28th through May 1st.  Opening night consisted of networking at the meet and greet, showcasing on the Orange carpet, and the first set of short film screenings.  The focal point of this evening …

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3rd Annual Las Vegas Black Film Festival

The Las Vegas Black Film Festival is quickly becoming one of the premier festivals in such a crowded space.  The 3rd Annual Las Vegas Black Film Festival will be held April 28th – May 1st 2016 at the beautiful Mediterranean-themed Suncoast Hotel & Casino.  Founded by Ms. Michelle, affectionately known as the “First Lady of Gospel Theatre”, the future looks bright for the festival.  Some of …

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