Venezuelan political figures support Guaidó in Coral Gables

Venezuelan political figures in exile held a discussion panel in Coral Gables last week to support interim President Juan Guaidó and speak about the ongoing crisis in the country. In May 2018, President Nicolas Maduro was reelected, an election many regarded as fraudulent. On Jan. 23, Guaidó, the president of the National Assembly, named

2019-02-18T12:20:00+00:00 January 30th, 2019|Export, News, Politics|

Art deco weekend takes on a retro inspired fashion show [Video]

The Miami Design Preservation League hosted its 41st annual art deco fashion show with a blast from the past at Miami Beach. The fashion show took places on Jan. 19 at Lummus Park between 12th and 13th streets at Ocean Drive. Angela La Muse, who directed the show, said that thousands of spectators attended,

2019-02-18T12:20:04+00:00 January 25th, 2019|Arts & Culture, Export, Lifestyle|

Stem Cell Summit returns to Miami [Video]

Jan. 22 marked the kickoff of the annual World Stem Cell Summit in partnership with Phacilitate World Leaders Summit, a conference on stem cell research and regenerative medicine. Held at the Hyatt Regency Miami, the summit showcased a wide range of different companies and experts dedicated to propelling the field into the future. Howard

2019-02-18T12:20:09+00:00 January 25th, 2019|Business, Export, News, Video/Audio|

Author showcases “How The Hell Did You Do That?” at Books & Books

The Cafe at Books & Books at the Adrienne Arsht Center hosted Miami-based author Octavia Yearwood Tuesday evening for an interactive session based on her debut book, “How The Hell Did You Do That?” Yearwood describes herself as an expressionist, artist, motivational speaker, mentor and now author. She said her work is a self-help

2019-02-18T12:20:14+00:00 January 25th, 2019|Arts & Culture, Export, Lifestyle|

Camillus House: donde no pierden la esperanza en tí

Muchas veces estamos tan ocupados con nuestras vidas que se nos olvida que hay esas personas que no tienen nada, que lo único que necesitan es a alguien que crea en ellos y les brinde amparo. Es el caso de Alicia Parrish, que lleva tres meses viviendo con el apoyo de Camillus House. Alicia

2019-02-04T11:17:33+00:00 January 24th, 2019|Educación, Export, News, Noticias, Politics|

Pequeña Haití: amenazada por la gentrificación climática

Alegre, lleno de bromas amistosas y saludos entre amigos es lo que caracteriza al barrio de Little Haiti, conocido en español como La Pequeña Haití. Este barrio es el corazón cultural del éxodo haitiano en la ciudad del sol. Poco más de 30 mil personas procedentes de la isla caribeña se han instalado ahí

2019-02-04T11:17:41+00:00 January 22nd, 2019|Business, Cambio Climático, Export, News, Noticias, Politics|

Burmese python elimination program hits milestone

Last month, snake hunters for the Florida Wildlife and Conservation Commission hit a major milestone: the 1,000 captured Burmese python, a 15-foot, 3-inch male snake.     According to the United States Association of Reptile Keepers, the snake population exploded in South Florida because of Hurricane Andrew. When the storm hit back in 1992, it destroyed zoos, pet stores, exotic animal warehouses

2019-02-18T12:20:31+00:00 December 28th, 2018|Enviroment, Export, News, Public Safety|

Tourists, locals need to watch pollution in Biscayne Bay

Winter in South Florida means one thing, tourists. But visitors trying to escape the cold and catch some sun may want to think twice before going for a swim, or at least check with Waterkeepers’ Swim Guide app. On Dec. 3, just in time for Art Basel, a contractor broke

2019-02-04T11:17:51+00:00 December 26th, 2018|Business, Enviroment, Export, News, Politics, Public Safety|