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Every summer, the Institute for Community Research has a six-week program that teaches teenage girls in the city to tap into their Caribbean background and create costumes such as those work in Trinidadian carnivals. This year’s session just ended,...
Sun SentinelMuch of Florida woke up in the cone of error, as Tropical Storm Isaac is projected to approach the state from the south on Monday – as a hurricane. At 8 a.m. on Wednesday, the system was in the Atlantic about 210 miles east of Guadeloupe, sprinting...
As the peak of the hurricane season approaches in August and September, the tropics remain quiet in July. If history is any indication, it could stay that way. On average, one Atlantic tropical storm forms in July seven years out of every decade, with...
Once a year, Hartford’s riverfront reimagines itself. It shape-shifts into a sunny slice of Boston Bay on Jamaica’s east coast, where jerk chefs man stall after stall, allspice wood smoke billows from huge charcoal drums, and the smell of...
Tropical Depression #5 formed in the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday. It must gain tropical storm status before it gets a name. It would become "Ernesto," the fifth storm of the season. Forecasters and the National Hurricane Center in Florida are...
Sun SentinelTropical Depression 5 formed in the Central Atlantic on Wednesday afternoon, and it's forecast to strengthen into a hurricane within five days. Early Thursday the weather system was moving toward the west at a faster clip but had not become any better...
The Atlantic hurricane season could be in for a jolt in the next few weeks, at least according to AccuWeather. It has been more than a month since Tropical Storm Debby dissipated after drenching Florida and moving out to sea. The lull could soon end --...
Sun SentinelTropical Storm Ernesto, forecast to intensify into a hurricane as it trots west across the Caribbean, may spare Jamaica from its most nasty weather on Sunday. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Florence, which emerged in the far Eastern Atlantic on Saturday...
WDBJ7 Sports DirectorSummer break again takes on a different meaning for a team of students from Botetourt County. A trip to the Dominican Republic, which shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti in the Caribbean, forced the students to get out of their comfort zone on a...
HealthLessons from the storm: We're lost without power and coffee....
VarietyLONDON -- A British man who operated a website linking to pirated films and TV shows has been sentenced to four years in prison, following a private prosecution brought by the U.K.'s Federation Against Copyright Theft (Fact). Anton Vickerman, 38, whose...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgHappy-go-lucky Zumba instructor June (Kimberly Shepherd) gets a number of surprises while on holiday in the Caribbean in Pioneer Playhouse’s upcoming production of “Bottoms Up!” Director Robby Henson said “Bottoms Up!” is...
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