Annual Tunnel to Towers 5K Run/Walk in Town Center, the 2023 Flagler Home and Lifestyle Show at FPC, Love is Love Pridefest, when Bayard Rustin refused to give up his seat on the bus long before Rosa Parks.
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More women at the top increases the likelihood of women rising through the ranks. These media appointments may even be more important in one respect than the increased number of women on corporate boards.
If the economy is heading for recession, as many economists have been predicting and local governments have been fearing, the job market isn’t getting the memo.
Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow recreational use of marijuana have passed a preliminary hurdle to get on the 2024 ballot, submitting more than enough petition signatures to trigger a Florida Supreme Court review of the measure.
Berdella ‘Birdie’ Gibbs’s Photography Show, First Friday in Flagler Beach, Rumors: A Fleetwood Mac Tribute at the Auditorium, a lost Canadian passport is found, Billy Currington.
After it was rejected by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the College Board on the first day of Black History Month released the framework for its new Advanced Placement African American Studies course. Here’s where the course hits the mark and where it comes up short.
A probation termination hearing, oil companies’ profits and inflation, Abraham Lincoln on capitalism, looking ahead to Love is Love Pridefest.
DeSantis seeks to remove ‘ideology’ from college campuses, prohibit state funds from going towards critical race theory programs and diversity initiatives, have university presidents be more involved in faculty hiring, and end professors’ tenure was we know it.
Parking garages and parking lots end up using precious land to house cars instead of people at a time when cities are confronted with a severe housing shortage and skyrocketing housing costs.
After state education officials rejected an Advanced Placement African-American studies course, The College Board on Wednesday released a new framework that appears to have dropped content that drew objections from the state.