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P. Dell
Reprinted from the Palm Beach Post

The night her husband finally came for her, raging, jealous and armed with a pistol, Natasha Whyte-Dell was surrounded by her seven children in their house by the cemetery.

Patrick Alexander Dell, 41 - whose growing anger and increasingly violent behavior has been chronicled in court records and police reports for the past three years - forced his way inside early Monday and started shooting. When he was finished, Whyte-Dell, 36, and four of her children were dead, according to city police, neighbors, relatives and friends. A fifth lay bleeding from a gunshot wound to the neck but would survive.

ImageOn Saturday, October 30, 2010, the Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music (CPR) will present reggae veteran Ernie Smith with the Pinnacle Award, its highest honor for an artist when he performs at this year’s staging of its annual Reggae Culture Salute, taking place in Brooklyn, New York. Ernie Smith, whose recording career began in 1967 with his recording of his composition I Can’t Take It, is celebrating the re-release of a new album, Country Mile in this, his 43rd year in the business.
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he Miami-Dade Community Action Agency’s (CAA) Self Help Division’s (SH) hosted the 9th Annual Awards Ceremony to honor the Family and Child Empowerment Program (Project FACE) participants at the Liberty City Community Enrichment Center.
The Miami-Dade Community Action Agency’s (CAA) Self Help Division’s (SH) hosted the 9th annual awards ceremony to honor the 2010 Family and Child Empowerment Program (Project FACE) participants at the Liberty City Community Enrichment Center, 6100 NW 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33127. This year’s theme, “Leaving behind our past, striving forward towards a successful future”. The theme exemplified the sentiment of the participants of Project FACE; a tribute to their new beginnings.