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Posted by admin on 2005/10/23 13:00:00 (1858 reads)

The "Tango Flamenco" performance, brought to Cincinnati by ballet tech ohio performing arts association and Cincinnati Arts Association was simply mesmerizing and breathtaking!!!


More pictures at our Photo Gallery (click here)


We've also enjoyed the performance of "Eduardo Tami Trio" and Cincinnat's own Patricia Paz. The "Eduardo Tami Trio" will be back in Cincinnati on Monday, Oct. 31, to perform at the new "Argentinian Bean - Bistro/Wine Bar". For more info click here...
Posted by admin on 2005/10/23 12:00:00 (2252 reads)

After five extremely successful seminars about "Understanding Hispanic Market" in Dayton, Toledo, Lorain, Cincinnati and Columbus, organized by LaVerdad Marketing ( and with MidwestLatino as one of its co-sponsors, it was time for Cleveland, which was a great success. We had over 90 representing about 60 companies


The pictures from the seminar are on the Web (click here)

Now in its third year, the seminar explores insights into the Hispanic consumer and what every organization should know about the U.S. Hispanic market. It highlights the dynamic changes occurring in the Hispanic market at a local, regional and national level. Participants learn what best-in-class companies are doing right to win the hearts of Hispanic consumers, as well as potential employees, and how to deliver culturally and linguistically competent communications to the largest and fastest growing ethnic market segment in the U.S.
Posted by admin on 2005/10/15 12:10:00 (1852 reads)

This weekend Cleveland hosted it's 1st Annual INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL at "Viva Dance" Studio in Strongville.

It was the official grand opening of "Viva Dance!" studio, a brainchild of Rebecca Sweet, internationally recognized dancer and dance instructor from Cleveland. This brand new Latin and Ballroom dance studio is a the best and largest dance studio in the Midwest.

Participants had the opportunity to study with some of the masters in a variety of dance forms from the Mambo King himself, Mr. Eddie Torres, to Tango masters Rosa Collantes and Angel Clemente and the powerful West Coast Swing duo Ligaya Fish and Brian Faust.



The pictures from Cleveland's 1st Annual Int'l Dance Festival are on the Web (click here)
Posted by admin on 2005/10/15 3:30:00 (2762 reads)

One of the hottest young Latin bands today, Miami-based Tiempo Libre are true modern heirs to the rich musical tradition of their native Cuba with imaginative, high-voltage Latin jazz and seductive rhythms of their distinctive timba.

Tiempo Libre combines the talents of seven friends, all of them accomplished musicians in their own right and dedicated to creating a new musical style by fusing their diverse talents with a unique mix of jazz, traditional Cuban, and Afro-Cuban music. Since 2001, the group has been touring nearly non-stop, building a reputation as one of the top timba bands in the US with an energetic stage presence that is guaranteed to have audiences dancing in the aisles!

They will be performing on October 21 in Columbus, Ohio. For more Info: click here...

MidwestLatino had free tickets to give away and the lucky winners are:

Sacha A. Amen
Rita Carnevale
Juan Hincapie
Yolanda Mendez
Maria Fernanda Ramirez

Each of them will receive 2 free tickets for the show.
Posted by admin on 2005/10/14 15:00:00 (2100 reads)

Orfeón San Juan Bautista, a professional 29 mixed-voice secular a cappella ensemble from Puerto Rico, will make their first public performance in the Dayton area at Sinclair Community College on Saturday, October 22, 8 PM.

Tickets for the concert are $12 for adults, $10 for senior citizens and $8 for students.

Orfeón San Juan Bautista’s repertoire is diverse as it spans the sacred and secular music of the great universal choral traditions, as well as the folk music of Puerto Rico and Latin America. It was created in 1994 as the artistic vision of Guarionex Morales-Matos and is shared by Daniel Alejandro Tapia-Santiago. Maestro Tapia-Santiago is a graduate of the Masters in Music program in Choral Conducting of the Yale University School of Music and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music.
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Posted by admin on 2005/10/13 19:40:00 (2609 reads)

"Latin Underground", the leading Latino DJ in Cincinnati, and "Tienda Azteca", Cincinnati's premier Mexican Grocery Story, are the latest Hispanic businesses taking advantage of MidwestLatino's offer to help Hispanic small businesses to get a Web presence.

Their new Websites are at: and

They are joining "Plaza del Sol", which recently also switched to MidwestLatino:


and several others which are currently under development.

If you are interested in more information about this offer, click here...
Posted by admin on 2005/10/13 19:30:00 (2037 reads)

As every Sunday, listen to Simon Cipriano from "Plaza del Sol" and Jesus Ramos from "Latin Underground" on Fandango 1230AM at 8 PM presented by "Radio en Español", broadcasted in Spanish from 5:00 PM till 11:00 PM.
Posted by admin on 2005/10/13 19:20:00 (1658 reads)
On October 13, Miami University in Hamilton celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with its first Hispanic Festival. Organized by Guillermina Pat Camacho and other dedicated volunteers, with performances by "Sol Azteca", it was a great success!


See more pictures at our Photo Gallery (click here)
Posted by admin on 2005/10/12 22:00:00 (2189 reads)

First Annual Meeting of Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky’s Mexican Food Restaurateurs was a total success.


This past Wednesday, Oct. 12, The Spanish Journal, in cooperation with MidwestLatino , SpanishBooster, and Plaza del Sol, and with the support of the National Government of Mexico, through their office of Coordination of Cultural Patrimony and Tourism presented a MexFood 2005, an event to support an official Mexican initiative with UNESCO to consider MEXICAN CUISINE, as a “World Patrimony of Humanity”.

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) will make a decision this December. We hope that their answer will a be positive one acknowledging the historical importance of this authentic pre-Hispanic cuisine in the New World.

Tri-State’s Mexican Food restaurateurs met to sign a petition supporting the application of Mexican Goverment. It will be now sent to UNESCO in Paris. Mexican cuisine is one of the most popular in the Tri-State and US and having it declared as a “World Patrimony of Humanity” will definitely benefit all Mexican restaurants.

In support of the MexFood 2005 Meeting of Tri-State owners of Mexican Restaurants, the Mayors of Cincinnati and Newport declared October 12, 2005, the "Day of Mexican Cuisine" in their respective cities!

See more pictures at our Photo Gallery (click here)
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Posted by admin on 2005/10/11 1:00:00 (1713 reads)

Pictures from the October 10 Salsa with Tropicoso @ Cincinnati's hottest Latino spot - "The Mad Frog", are on the Web (click here)

Don't forget the weekly Reggaeton Party @ Mad Frog every Tuesday
Posted by admin on 2005/10/9 11:00:00 (2466 reads)

"Danza Contigo Peru" is looking for children, teens, and adults interested in dancing with them. You don't have to be of Peruvian or Latin American descent to perform with this dance group. For more info call Donita Jessen: 513-675-8333 or email to:


"Danza contigo Peru" performed last Friday at Centro De Amistad "Noche de Otoño". For more pictures click here....
Posted by admin on 2005/10/9 9:20:00 (1757 reads)
Pictures from the Oct. 8 Latino Night with DJ Denny D at "Paraiso Nite Club" are on the Web (click here).

Ladies FREE until 11 PM Thursday - Sunday, till Midnight on Friday

Thu: Noche Latina - Reggaeton, Bachata, Cumbia, Merengue
Fri: Noche Mexicana - Reggaeton, Durangense, Cumbia, & Ranchera
Sat: Noche Latina - Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Reggaeton, Punta, Rock en Español
Sun: Noche Mexicana - Duranguense, Banda, Ranchera, Guaracha

Brewske’s Paraiso Nite Club is a 12,000 square foot ultimate dance club. Using present technology, customers are able to listen to Merengue, Bachata, Reggaeton and other Latino dance music while watching the performers on the six massive 9 x 12 foot screens. Music is played by DJs from Miami, New York, Columbus, and Cincinnati.
Posted by admin on 2005/10/9 9:00:00 (1731 reads)
Centro de Amistad had on October 8th its 3rd Annual "Noche de Otoño" Awards Dinner and Silent Auction.


The keynote speaker was Cristina Garcia, author of the National Book Award-nominated Dreaming in Cuban as well as the acclaimed The Aguero Sisters, Cristina was born in Havana, Cuba, raised in New York and attended Columbia University. Her most recent novel is Monkey Hunting.


The recipients of Centro de Amistad Alma Latina Awards were: Miguel Sandoval (Academic Achievement), Sarah Howrey (Community Service), Maria Molina (Leadership), and Leo Calderon (Heavy Lifting Award).

The guests enjoyed the music by Ensemble Polifonico and dancing by "Danza contigo Peru"

Pictures are on the Web (click here)
Posted by admin on 2005/10/7 11:00:00 (1705 reads)


Author of the National Book Award-nominated Dreaming in Cuban as well as the acclaimed The Aguero Sisters, Cristina was born in Havana, Cuba, raised in New York and attended Columbia University. On Friday, Oct. 7, Cristina met with NKU students.

Pictures are on the Web (click here)
Posted by admin on 2005/10/6 11:00:00 (2488 reads)

MidwestLatino is pleased to announce that Lourdes Ribera, from P&G Multicultural Business Development Organization, has joined MidwestLatino Board of Advisors. A native of Bolivia, she brings a very strong multicultural orientation to our Board, as well as in the Education area. We are very honored to have her as our Advisor.
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