Miami Proud: Artist Edouard Duval-Carrié's Work Focuses On Haitian People And Its HistoryToday's Miami Proud spotlight shines brightly on contemporary artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, whose work is both a labor of love and a lesson in history of the Haitian people.
Hispanic Heritage Month Celebrated Daily At Local Quinceañera Event ShopQuinces celebrations are a milestone moment for many Hispanic young ladies and big business for local event production companies.
‘I Think We Might Be Getting Out Of This’: South Florida COVID Expert Optimistic About Current RatesBut don't throw caution to the wind just yet.
Miami Proud: Homestead Miami Mariachi Conservatory Connects Kids To Their Heritage Through MusicSouth Miami-Dade is home to a large Mexican American population including many farmworkers. The Mexican American Council has supported these families since 1984, working to break the cycle of poverty through education and access to the arts.
With Mask Mandate In Place, Miami-Dade Superintendent Hopes Focus Shifts To Main Challenges Of New School YearBroward schools are off and running, so now attention turns to Miami-Dade as it gets ready to resume classes Monday.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas Visits South Florida To Discuss Keeping Cuba’s Fight For Freedom AliveThe protests in support of Cuba have quieted down. But what they stand for is still a topic of discussion in South Florida.
Miami Proud: Fisher House Is A Haven For Families Of Veterans In The HospitalCaring for a loved one who is in the hospital can be stressful and draining. Coming from out of town, even more so.
COVID-19 In Florida: Miami-Dade, Broward School Districts Haven't Finalized Decision On Mask MandatesWith the start of school just around the corner, school leaders from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties are under pressure to make a final call on whether students will or will not be required to wear masks to curb the spread of coronavirus and the vicious delta variant. However, neither district is ready to make a decision and possibly defy Governor Ron DeSantis, just yet.
With In-Flight Incidents On The Rise, Flight Attendants Learn Self-Defense In South FloridaFlight attendants are training to hit, elbow, and gouge simulated aggressive passengers with actual passengers getting more violent than ever.
Calls Continue For Cuban Embassy In DC To Be Shut DownOn Tuesday, conservative leaders demanded freedom for Cuba outside the U.S. Capitol Building.
Biden Reexamines Cuban Policies: Orders Review Of Remittances And May Increase Embassy StaffEfforts from Cuban Americans and allies who've been protesting for more than a week, could be seeing some positive results.
'Patria Y Vida' Becomes Anthem For Those Clamoring For A Free CubaYou have seen the signs and heard the cries of "Patria y Vida", meaning "Homeland and Life" and it has become the siren song for protesters on the island as well as here in South Florida.
Miami Proud: Teen Mom Alesha Dillon Overcomes Obstacles, Becomes Nurse, Plans On Giving BackAlesha Dillon proudly shows her academic certificates, of which there are several, and the Atlantic Technical College graduate then headed straight to the frontlines of the pandemic, as a traveling licensed practical nurse.
President Biden Tells MSD’s Resilient Graduating Class They’ve Turned ‘Pain To Purpose, Darkness Into Light’“This class lost a piece of its soul. Tested in ways no young person should ever have to face,” he said.
Miami Proud: Miami Musician Part Of Barrier-Breaking Classical Music Trio 'The String Queens'Violist Dawn Johnson was born and raised in Miami and she is part of a trio in Washington D.C called The String Queens.