Christina Gordon

‘Angels’ in Opa-locka: Action Caught on Camera

Commissioner Rose Tydus proudly boast about the City of Opa-locka to French filmmakers shooting a 30-minute documentary on the City.

By Christina Gordon…. ACT ONE – 28-year-old Gloria Morales was in full military combat gear, running through a round of simulated “friendly fire,” during the filming of the television pilot “Charlie’s Angels,” a Woodridge Production, Inc. in association with ABC Television, shot at the Villa Francine Town Homes, 132nd Street …

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Opa-locka Black History Festival

“Seniors on the Move” dressed in their Black History Month Attire, competed in during a Fashion Show at the African Heritage/Fish Fry Gospel and Blues Festival, Saturday, February 26, 2011.

By Christina Gordon…. The City of Opa-locka Mayor and Commission presented an African Heritage/Fish Fry Gospel and Blues Festival sponsored by the Youth Crime Prevention Program combined with the Park and Recreations Department on Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 2:00 PM, on the west lawn of Historic City Hall, 777 …

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Sidewalk repairs: Coming soon to your neighborhood

Mayor “Lady” Myra L. Taylor working Public Works Director Fritz Armand  to repair City sidewalks.

By Christina Gordon…. “We have to walk, before we can run” commented “Lady” Mayor Myra L. Taylor as she diligently labored with the Public Works Department, during their on-going Capital Improvement Program to repair sidewalks as a preventative measure for tripping hazards and to improve the quality of life throughout …

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Opa-locka Commissioner Tydus host ‘SOHL’ Rally

Commissioner Rose Tydus opens the Sanctity of Life Rally from the podium under the pavilion behind Historic City Hall, in the City of Opa-locka.

By Christina Gordon…. When comparing the abortion rate to the 911 disaster, where almost 4000 (people) were “killed by ‘evil doers,” Guest Speaker Pastor Eric Jones of Koinonia Worship Center stated, “a day later, on Sept 12, 2001 and everyday afterwards, another 4000 lives were lost, totaling over 51 million …

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