Transition Inc. needs a second chance. On Monday evening, David Tucker, the president of the nonprofit’s board of directors, accused Executive Director Maylin Salado of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the organization, nearly bankrupting it. Salado began working for the group, which is focused on helping former inmates
Jay Valle speaks with Broward School Board member Lori Alhadeff, whose 14-year-old daughter Alyssa was murdered during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy. Alhadeff, who was elected last August, talks about her motivation for running for the board, her concerns about the superintendent and her efforts to create change at the state level.
Butterball, una marca conocida por sus productos de pavo, retiró un número limitado de productos de pavo molido por posible riesgo de Salmonela. Los productos habían sido producidos el 26 de julio de 2018, según el comunicado oficial del Servicio de Inspección y Seguridad Alimentaria del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos (FSIS).
Juan Guaidó y Nicolás Maduro son reconocidos por simpatizantes y gobiernos extranjeros como presidentes de Venezuela, uno interino y el otro predecesor de Hugo Chávez. Guaidó es apoyado por más de 65 naciones y Maduro por unas 50 hasta el momento y aún no ha perdido el reconocimiento de las Naciones Unidas (ONU). Los
In honor of Women’s History Month, Venture Café Miami hosted a panel discussion Thursday on improving gender equality, one of 17 goals put out by the United Nations. The panel, organized by the Miami chapter of the United Nations Association, included Vicki Lopez of VLL Consulting, Alexandra Figueredo, a member of board of directors
The iconic Wynwood neighborhood – once a place to avoid – is now seeing a second wave of gentrification, with some of its original pioneers leaving either because of increasing costs or to cash out on the increasingly valuable land. In September numerous news outlets published that two of the most iconic places in
Thousands of vacationers will be escaping the frigid temperatures of the north and fly south to sunny Florida, the spring break capital of the nation. In anticipation for the influx many popular sites have set guidelines to control the crowds. Here are some rules and regulations to keep in mind while working on your
An economic expert spoke Tuesday in North Miami about diversity, transportation and the importance of having a creative business base. Richard Florida, who gave his talk inside the Roz and Cal Kovens Conference Center at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus, also spoke about demographic trends of major U.S. cities in the last forty
Leaders in broadcast, print journalism and the public relations fields are scheduled to speak at the fourth annual Advancement of Women in Communication conference on April 4 at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay Campus. Panelists and speakers at the event, titled “Women in Communication: Shattering the Ceiling,” will discuss women’s leadership positions, status, and
Spring Break is around the corner, meaning college students from all over the country will come down to South Florida, swarming beaches, tourist attractions and hotels. If you’re not into the crowds, however, here’s a list of things to that are (hopefully) not gong to be overrun with party-goers. Molasses