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Performance paints Seminole journey through modern art

FORT LAUDERDALE — Colorful Warrior Theatre’s mixed-media "Indian Car: Old Photo" – a combination of Seminole culture and modern art through music, painting, poetry and prose – brought in the new without throwing out the old on March 30 at History Museum Fort Lauderdale. The evening of diverse art, hosted by

May serves as awareness month for speech, hearing issues

HOLLYWOOD — May is known for the Kentucky Derby and Mother’s Day, but it’s also a month that calls attention to speech and hearing issues. To coincide with Better Hearing & Speech Month, as designated by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the Children’s Center for Diagnostics and Therapy – which is under

Chicks prove to be popular purchase

BONITA SPRINGS — A group of Immokalee seniors enjoyed a day on the town complete with lunch and shopping in Bonita Springs. After a leisurely feast at Rodizio Grill, a Brazilian steakhouse, the group went to Rural King to shop. The store features a variety of goods geared toward country living

Agriculture commissioner receives glimpse of Brighton life

BRIGHTON — Florida Agricultural Commissioner Adam Putnam, a fifth generation Florida cattle rancher and citrus grower, visited the Brighton Reservation for the first time April 24 and was impressed by what he learned. "Too many people define the Tribe by their relationship with gaming," Putnam said. "For me it’s defined by

Edward Aguilar earns gaming management certification

IMMOKALEE — Edward Aguilar Sr. is passionate about every aspect of the gaming industry. As the assistant director of slot operations at the Seminole Casino in Immokalee and a graduate of Seminole Gaming’s Tribal Career Development program, he continues to sharpen his professional development. Aguilar earned a gaming management certificate from

Performance pays tribute to Betty Mae Jumper

FORT LAUDERDALE — Before Shira Abergel put on a patchwork outfit and paddled across the New River in a canoe, and before she sat barefoot in a tree singing a tribute song that she wrote, the Miami songwriter and actress did her homework. Abergel, 31, wanted to make sure her performance

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