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Posted by admin on 2005/4/3 15:22:01 (1759 reads)

Pictures from the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra post-concert reception with Brazilian conductor Roberto Minczuk and piano virtuoso Awadagin Pratt are on the Web (click here).
Posted by admin on 2005/4/3 4:20:00 (1894 reads)

Pictures from the April 2 Salsa @ Havana Martini Club are on the Web (click here). As always, "Salsa Caliente" delivered a knock-out performance!
Posted by admin on 2005/4/2 1:00:00 (2053 reads)

The hottest new club in town - "Alchemize" - hosted another installment of the hottest dance music: "Reggaeton" with DJ Danny D from Miami Beach.

It was also an opportunity for Latino students from local universities like Univesity of Dayton and University of Cincinnati to meet, network, and enjoy the music. Pictures from the April 1st Reggaeton Party are on the Web (click here)

The next Reggaeton Party is on Friday, April 15. This event takes place every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 10 PM-2:30 PM, with DJ Danny D spinning the very best of Reggaeton, and spicing it up with Salsa and Merengue.
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Posted by admin on 2005/3/30 5:00:00 (1890 reads)
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Please check out video from Oscar D'Leon concert, and Sasha Rionda's interview with the "El Rey de la Salsa". Thanks to "Nuestro Rincon" for sharing it with us. Click here....
Posted by admin on 2005/3/29 9:40:00 (1992 reads)

Pictures from the March 28 Salsa with Tropicoso @ the hottest Latino spot - "The Mad Frog", are on the Web (click here)
Posted by admin on 2005/3/29 7:44:48 (1865 reads)

Tony Simms from the "Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs" raised at the recent meeting of the Cincinnati Board of Education the importance of "English as a Second Language" program at Cincinnati Public Schools. This issue is critical for the Latino community as it impacts hundreds of Latino children in the Cincinnati area. To see pictures on the Web, (click here)
Posted by admin on 2005/3/28 15:50:00 (1915 reads)

The National Puerto Rican Coalition is seeking applicants for its full-time, one-year Public Policy Fellowship. Candidates must have graduated by the start date in July of 2005, and be no more than two years out of college.
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Posted by admin on 2005/3/26 16:40:00 (1941 reads)
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Learn the Argentine Tango and know what is it that make this dance so exited and inspirational! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn one of the most beautiful and emotional dances taught by Patricia Paz, a native Argentine teacher and accomplished dancer.

Level I: Walking/Caminar
Starting: Saturday April 2nd ‘till June 4th.

Pre-registration deadline: Friday April 1st. Students and MidwestLatino members: 10% discount. For pre-registration and information call: Patricia 513-252-6647 or send email to
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Posted by admin on 2005/3/25 16:30:00 (3066 reads)

On March 25th, members of the Latino community met with Ohio Representative Bill Coley. To see pictures - click here...

This was the last chance before the vote on the State Budget to meet and discuss with Rep. Coley how the potential Education cuts will affect the Latino population.
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Posted by admin on 2005/3/22 5:30:00 (1836 reads)
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission and the Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs, in collaboration with HUD has worked to bring you an opportunity to increase your knowledge and awareness of credit and homeownership, in order for you to extend this knowledge to the communities in which you work.

This is a “train the trainer” session in which OCRC and OCHLA will provide you with the tools to teach Latino community members about fair housing rights, financial literacy and homeownership.

Columbus - Thursday, April 7
Cleveland - Thursday, April 28
Lorain - Friday, May 6
Youngstown - Thursday, May 12
Cincinnati - Friday, May 13
Toledo - Thursday, May 19
Dayton - Friday, May 20
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Posted by admin on 2005/3/20 17:00:00 (2265 reads)

Big Boy from Puerto Rico performed for the very first time in Cincinnati. With the growing popularity of this music genre, this was probably not the last Reggaeton concert here...

See concert pictures on the Web (click here).
Posted by admin on 2005/3/18 19:00:00 (2194 reads)

What a concert!!!!! Simply INCREDIBLE!!!! Oscar proved again that he is the true "El Rey de la Salsa"!!!!

Tequila's Nite Club, RK Productions, and of course, MidwestLatino, would like to thank all of you who came to see the concert! We appreciate your support very much and we hope that you've enjoyed the concert as much as we did!!

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See concert pictures on the Web (click here).
Posted by admin on 2005/3/16 23:46:23 (1883 reads)

Pictures from the March 16 meeting of the Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce are on the Web (click here).

This "Meet and Greet" networking meeting was held at the wonderful El Meson Restaurant, and was sponsored by The Berry Company.
Posted by admin on 2005/3/16 23:40:00 (1925 reads)

"People of Color Advocacy Day" was organized by the Ohio Commision on Hispanic/Latino Affairs and Senator CJ Prentiss’ "Close the Gap Campaign". MidwestLatino was there to support it. More pictures from this meeting with Ohio Legislators are on the Web (click here).

The Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs has developed an overall strategy, the OCHLA Education Campaign, to respond to community concerns about the quality of education for Hispanic youth. As part of these efforts, they began working with Senator CJ Prentiss’ "Close the Gap Campaign" to address the academic achievement gaps suffered by Hispanic and African American students in Ohio. One of the goals is to make state legislators more aware of the impact of their decisions regarding the education budget and school funding. OCHLA and "Close the Gap Campaign" collaborated with the Ohio Federation of Teachers in order to effectively accomplish this.
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Posted by admin on 2005/3/14 17:00:00 (2184 reads)

Pictures from the March 14 Salsa with Tropicoso @ the hottest Latino spot - "The Mad Frog", are on the Web (click here)

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