Thursday's Daily Pulse
What you need to know about Florida today
› Pink gave away 1,000 banned books at Miami concert.
Pink concertgoers in Miami not only soaked in the international pop star’s music, they lined up to take home copies of four books banned by some school districts. Pink teamed with PEN America to give away 1,000 books at her concert Tuesday night at the Kaseya Center in downtown Miami, including Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb” and Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye,” all of which she purchased from Books & Books in Coral Gables. She also gave away “The Family Book,” by Todd Parr, and a book from Girls Who Code, the nonprofit founded by Reshma Saujani.
› Cherrytop: Northwest Florida’s first woman-owned AI marketing firm opens doors
Cherrytop, a woman-led agency, unveils its national presence as Northwest Florida's pioneer in transparent AI-driven marketing and PR solutions. Led by Michelle Hayes Uhlfelder, a 20-year industry veteran, the firm innovatively merges brand strategy, marketing, and public relations, leveraging AI technology.
› Aurora Health picks up senior facility portfolio for $30M
Affiliates of New York-based Aurora acquired a nursing home in Pompano Beach and two rehabilitation centers in West Palm Beach, according to records and Vizzda. Omega Healthcare Investors, a real estate investment trust based in Hunt Valley, Maryland, sold the properties.
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