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Native American Festival Draws crowds despite rain

February 11, 2018 - 09:14

Photos by CHERYL CLANTON AND ALICE MARY HERDEN

Between twenty and twenty-five different tribes participated in the fifth annual Native American Festival celebrated Feb. 3 and 4, 2018. The event was held at Florida Classic Park. Participants traveled from all over the United States, Canada and even from as far away as South America and Mexico.

Paul DeLuna, one of the organizers of the festival, is of Apache heritage and hails from South Texas. He's a skilled artist who uses oil, acrylic and graphite pencil to create his artwork.

History

‘Deep State,’ ‘Fake News,’ Are Not New

February 19, 2018 - 17:29

Adon Taft for 48 years was a reporter and editor for The Miami Herald and taught social studies at Miami-Dade Community College. He lives in Brooksville, FL, and can be reached at adontaft@gmail.com.

Portrait of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale circa 1850


Adon Taft

The idea of a “deep state” and “fake news’ is not new with the Trump administration. It began with critics of our first president, George Washington, whose birthday anniversary we celebrate Feb. 19.

Faith

‘Deep State,’ ‘Fake News,’ Are Not New

February 19, 2018 - 17:29

Adon Taft for 48 years was a reporter and editor for The Miami Herald and taught social studies at Miami-Dade Community College. He lives in Brooksville, FL, and can be reached at adontaft@gmail.com.

Portrait of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale circa 1850


Adon Taft

The idea of a “deep state” and “fake news’ is not new with the Trump administration. It began with critics of our first president, George Washington, whose birthday anniversary we celebrate Feb. 19.

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