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Attorney Bryan Boysaw and Kenya Madison, senior director of Healthier Delray Beach, comfort each other after digging soil from near where Samuel Nelson was lynched in 1926 west of Delray Beach. Photos by Jerry Lower/The Coastal Star
Samuel Nelson was
Tristen Willis, 10, studies the board as he competes with Deb Peters at the Delray Beach Pavilion. It’s part of James McCray’s effort to teach chess, mainly to young players. Photos by Tim Stepien/The Coastal Star
By Ron Hayes
By 9 a.m. on a recent S
By Jane Smith
The Boca Raton Museum of Art is in talks to take over the operations of the Cornell Art Museum on the Delray Beach Old School Square campus.
Schoolhouse Children’s Museum celebrated its 20th anniversary in October with a ribbon cutting and butterfly release. Photo provided
By Janis Fontaine
The Schoolhouse Children’s Museum, like the rest of the community, is bouncing back from the coron
By Janis Fontaine
When you encourage a child, Willie “James” McCray of Delray Beach believes, it’s like the ripples a pebble sends across a pond — they touch things you didn’t expect.
McCray has been sharing his love and his talent for the game of ch
New plans for Carver won’t dim grads’ memories
By Larry Keller
Shirley Erazo, president/CEO of the housing authority, and Rose Clay, housing specialist, show donated backpacks with GoSection8.com representatives (l-r in back) Elizabeth Wrenn, Jennifer McMahon and Michael Lazdowsky. Photo provided
By Amy Woods
amid the unresolved resistance to integration of the beach.
confiscated under an ordinance that allowed police to search vehicles.
The opening of this exhibition of photographs of the Edmonds, Mitchell, Quine and Spells families
served as a reunion of sorts. ABOVE: Susan and Mark Reingold.
Photos provided by Corby Kaye’s Studio
BELOW: Michiko Kurisu pictured with her mother,
A woman from Fort Mose near St. Augustine.
By Greg Stepanich
An exhibit returning to Delray Beach’s Spady Cultural Heritage Museum after a three-year absence will help visitors understand that slavery in North America was more complex than popular
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