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Living Legends: Spinning, Mixing His Way to the Top DJ Vince Adams

Steve Jobs did it; Savion Glover did it; and so did Vince Adams. These men successfully turned their hobbies into businesses. Not only did they excel, but also they were, and are, the leaders of their professions. Adams graduated from Florida A&M with a degree in business administration in 1993. […]

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St. Pat’s Day at Old Navy

  As a child, can you remember how it felt to be dragged along on a shopping excursion on a beautiful Saturday afternoon? For many the memory isn’t pleasant. However, at Old Navy this past St. Patrick’s Day, those children that dragged their feet through the store’s door was greeted […]

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T-Pain’s Benefit Concert

  Grammy Award-winning artist and producer T-Pain is returning to his hometown to launch his “If I Could Change the World” foundation with a benefit concert in partnership with Florida State University’s Headliner Artist Series called “Come to The Crib Part 2.” T-Pain will be bringing celebrity friends Chris Brown, […]

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HIV/AIDS Awareness in Honor of Women’s History Month

             March is National Women’s History month, and to celebrate, SASHA ARTs hosted an informative session about HIV/AIDS for the Florida A&M community.           The university’s Grand Ballroom was filled with women and men to discuss the topic and what can be done to prevent the spread of […]

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Trouvaille Live Art Auction

  Don’t miss out on an evening to remember with great art, food, entertainment and more at the Trouvaille Live Art Auction on Saturday in the Foster Tanner Fine Arts Gallery from 4-7 p.m. Enjoy refreshments, live entertainment and one-of-a-kind artwork presented by local auctioneers Aaron Joseph & Company. Featured […]

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A ‘Church Mess’

  America’s longest-running urban gospel play, ” Church Mess,” will be performed at Florida A&M’s Lee Hall auditorium at 7 p.m. Friday. The play depicts church-going people whose problematic lives contradict their message of turning to the church when in need. The characters in the play are based on real […]

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A journey to eating meat

  Juicy steaks and breaded chicken strips are among my favorite foods. Yet, I enjoy a nice vegetarian meal every now and then. My love for meat is rather new. When I was younger, my parents made me sit at the kitchen table every night until I finished all the […]

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Apartment complexes embrace financial aid

    Living off campus is no easy task, especially when many students rely on financial aid to pay their rent.  But many apartment complexes have started a financial aid deferment program that makes it easier for students to pay their monthly obligations. The program allows students to use their […]

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A fashion Mixer

  NI13 Photography and Way Out West will be hosting the Fashion of Tally mixer at 1212 N. Monroe St. on March 17. The mixer will bring together individuals who are passionate about arts and fashion in Tallahassee. “We wanted to have a sophisticated event where people who are innovative […]

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Creating art with recycled materials

    Not only does recycling save energy and conserve natural resources, its reusable materials can be used to create whimsical art. The Sharing Tree will host REUSE Festival: Recycled Arts & Sustainable Living on March 17 at Railroad Square Art Park from 1-6 p.m. Admission is free and open […]