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City’s animal euthanization rate goes down

Thousands of animals are found in Tallahassee neighborhoods every year. Next, they are placed in the city’s Animal Service Center, hoping that this critical step will aid them in finding a new home. However, Tallahassee animal shelter officials say they need help increasing adoption rates and to limit the number […]

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Student organizations prepare to add members

There are plenty of organizations on campus for students to get involved in. From dance, community service, mentors,Greek life, modeling, entertainment — FAMU has it all. Felicia Barnes, coordinator of student organizations, encourages all students to join organizations on campus. “The most beneficial aspects of getting involved on campus is […]

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Karamo Brown keeps pushing boundaries

Karamo Brown is many things, including a Florida A&M University alum, a television star and an activist. Add public speaker to the list. Brown spoke at Florida State University’s 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr., event “Moving Forward: Vision, Voice, Vote” Tuesday evening at Ruby Diamond Concert Hall. Students and […]

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FSU grads become Boys Who Cry

T-Pain, Creed and Mayday Parade are well-known artists or bands that had their start in Tallahassee. And headed in the same direction is one of Tallahassee’s up and coming bands, Boys Who Cry. Boys Who Cry is a cross-genre band made up of FSU graduates Alexis Howard (guitar/vocals), Joey Dickinson […]

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Latin-inspired dancers go to Studio D

Salsa — it’s so much more than a condiment for corn chips. Studio D on Saturday hosted its monthly Salsa Dancers Social, an event where Latin-inspired dancers come and showcase their talent. Studio D is just one of many dance studios in Tallahassee, but it specializes in Latin dance.  “We […]

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A chili cook-off for a good cause

The Episcopal Church of The Advent celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. weekend Saturday as it raised funds for diversity scholarships with the second annual Bowls & Brews Chili Cook-Off. Warm welcomes and warm bowls — the Bowls & Brews Chili Cook-Off had both. The congregation of the Episcopal Church of […]

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Robotics tournament a showcase for students’ skills

Enthusiastic middle and high school students filled the Lawson Center on Saturday eager to showcase their tech-savvy talents.  They came for Tallahassee Robotics Association’s 4th annual action-packed VEX Robotics Tournament.  The tower takeover sponsored by the FAMU School of Architecture and Engineering Technology and the College of Education consisted of […]

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Monthly car show revs up

Dozens of Tallahassee residents and visitors gathered Saturday morning in the parking lot of the former Winn-Dixie shopping center on Tharpe Street, and they all came together for one thing: cars. From 7:30 to 10:30 a.m., car enthusiasts were able to showcase their most cherished vehicles for admirers to enjoy […]