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Candidates Face Off In Final Debate Over Floridaís Future

BY DEVIN HEFLIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER

As the 2018 primary approaches, Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidates have made the Trump administration their collective centerpiece opponent.Per the typical campaign and debate model for off year elections, the opposing party out of power lambasts the current Presidential administration and lauds the accomplishments of their previous party administration, while in simultaneous manner paring both party identities and achievements into whomever occupies sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue.

The Florida Democratic Gubernatorial candidate debate convened on Aug.2, days before the upcoming primary as Floridians say farewell to outgoing Governor Rick Scott...

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Kids Can Cook TVís Next Stop Orlando

ORLANDO - The KIDS CAN COOK TV Show recent segment was finalized and is now airing as we continue to celebrate all children from all countries and cultures and some the recipes we included are as follows, all the Puff Pastry, the ones made with a desert filling of apricot jam, raisins, a sprinkle of cinnamon and a dash of butter, and, oh yes, some almond extract. The main puff pastry was prepared by first roasting sliced up peppers, red, yellow and green, in olive oil and garlic with a dash of black pepper as, on The KIDS CAN COOK TV Show, we try to use hardly any salt to show the children how to eat healthy.

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Public Shows "Zero Tolerance" For Trump's Policy


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BY JALESSA CASTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER

Due to the threat of drug cartels, extreme poverty, gang violence, and other safety concerns, tens of thousands of parents and children have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally in recent years. Recently, former policies, the Trump administration, and other factors have led to a catastrophe that is the cause of over 2,300 children being separated from their parents...

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Celebrating The Legacy Of African-American Music

BY JALESSA CASTILLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER

A month to commemorate the musical stylings of the African-American community.

African-American Music Appreciation Month is an annual celebration of the historical influence African-Americans have had on the music industry and is intended to pay homage to the many artists, writers, songs, albums, and inspiring musical moments that have shaped American pop culture...



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Drop D No Limits Foundation & Just Start Over Ministry Presented The 5th Annual American Family Expo 2018

BY JIMMIE WILLIAMS

ORLANDO - What can I say about Just Start Over Ministry? Minister Kim Jones and her family are just awesome. Her son, Albert, is one of the hardest working young men I know. He doesn't ask questions when asked to do something. He just gets it done. Now wait a minute, let me tell you about her daughter Allisha Kitt. She can do everything from singing, cooking, serve it up, hosting and teach the word if need be. Remember her mother is a Minister. I've got to show the Ambassador of Drop D No Limits Foundation some love, Ms. Ovachi Bennett is always there for the Foundation. Sending out love for our City Commissioner Samuel B. Ings District 6 for stopping in.