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Community : LULAC Political Candidates Night at Su Casa Hispanic Center
Posted by admin on 2009/10/13 8:50:00 (1881 reads)

Join us for Cincinnati's first political candidates night dedicated to address issues important to the Latino community.  Througout the evening, candidates running for mayor, city council and school board positions will speak freely about their platforms and answer questions directly from our audience members.  

Wednesday, October 14th from 6:30pm-8:30pm

Su Casa Hispanic Center,
7036 Fairpark Ave.,
Cincinnati, OH 45216

It's FREE and open to the public

The following candidates have confirmed so far:

MAYOR

Mayor Mark Mallory (D)
Brad Wenstrup (R)

CITY COUNCIL

Leslie Ghiz (R)
Greg Harris (D)
Nicholas Hollan (D)
Amy Y. Murray (R)
Chris Monzel (R)
Roxanne Qualls (Charter)
Bernadette Watson (D)
Wendell Young (D)
George Zamary (R)

SCHOOL BOARD

Vanessa White
Mary Wesh Schlueter

This event is co-sponsored by: League of Women Voters of Cincinnati; Cincinnati USA Hispanic Chamber; TSJ Media; Su Casa Hispanic Center, MidwestLatino.com

Candidates who would like to participate need to RSVP by calling 513-482-1814 or email Jason at jriveiro@lulacohio.org

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Events : Splash Dance Cincinnati (Sept. 24, 2009)
Posted by admin on 2009/10/4 11:20:00 (1763 reads)

People from all over greater Cincinnati united for a Splash Dance on Fountain Square.

For more background info about this unique event, please visit Fine Arts Fund blog

 

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Events : "Latin Nights" with Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (Oct. 2-3, 2009)
Posted by admin on 2009/10/1 7:00:00 (2204 reads)

Kristjan Järvi Returns to Cincinnati for Some Spicey “Latin Nights”

PNC Headliners concerts to feature the CSO debut of Carel Kraayehnof playing the bandoneón

Friday marks the first of Jean-Robert’s Pre-Concert Moveable Feasts

CINCINNATI—The New York Times calls Paavo Järvi’s younger brother Kristjan “a kinetic force on the podium.”  Following a dynamic concert on New Year’s Eve with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in 2007 and conducting the CSO in Cincinnati Opera’s production of Nixon in China in 2008, Kristjan Järvi returns to the Music Hall stage for two exciting PNC Headliners concerts dubbed “Latin Nights” on Friday, October 2 and Saturday, October 3.  Both performances start at 8 p.m. and feature the CSO debut of Carel Kraayenhof playing the bandoneón, a South American button accordion composer Astor Piazzolla frequently played and featured in his sensuous Aconcagua Concerto.

Dances from the “gaucho” ballet Estancia and the sounds and rhythms of Revueltas’ Mexican folk music (including a rollicking cadenza featuring 15 exotic percussion instruments) complete this weekend of Latin delights.

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Events : Acapulco @ Havana Martini Club (Saturday, October 3)
Posted by admin on 2009/10/1 6:30:00 (2349 reads)

SALSA PARTY WITH ACAPULCO


 

Saturday, October 3rd @ HAVANA MARTINI CLUB

SALSA! - MERENGUE - SALSA! - BACHATA - SALSA!
REGGAETON - SALSA! - CHA-CHA - SALSA! - LATIN POP

 

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Events :  "Tres Vidas" coming to NKU on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2009.
Posted by admin on 2009/9/29 18:30:00 (1849 reads)

Save the date!!!

   

"Tres Vidas" has confirmed and they will be coming to NKU on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2009. This show will be in Greaves Concert Hall, in the evening, we will confirm the time later.

“Tres Vidas” (Three Lives) is a live music theatre work for singing actress and trio (cello, piano and percussion), based on the lives of three legendary Latin American women: Mexican painter Frida Kahlo,Argentine poet Alfonsina Storni and Salvadoran peasant-activist Rufina Amaya.

The text was written by Chilean scholar and award-winning writer Marjorie Agosin.  The music ranges from traditional Mexican can folk and Argentine tango songs sung in Spanish to instrumental works by composers such as Astor Piazzolla.

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Events : Changes to MidwestLatino Events This week
Posted by admin on 2009/9/23 14:50:00 (1908 reads)

Just as a reminder - due to MidPoint Festival , there are some changes to our events this week:

1) There is no Latin Mix Party at Havana Martini Club this Thursday, Sept. 4th

But there Salsa dancing with Zumba (7:00 - 10:00 PM) on the Fountain Square 

Latin Mix Thursdays will resume on Oct. 1st

2) No Global Fusion Party this Friday, Sept. 25th

 

 

 

 

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Education : Announcing NKU LIFE
Posted by admin on 2009/9/23 11:10:00 (2048 reads)

This past Friday during NKU National Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-off Reception, NKU announced new NKU Latino initiative, NKU Latino Institute for Excellence (LIFE).

Within a very diverse audience of Latino and non-Latino students, faculty, staff, members of the community, Panamanian dancers, a Latino Trio, DJ Gabriel and a great night of festivities, NKU announced the “already under construction” NKU LIFE.

Attached is their first newsletter
 

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Community : 2009 LULAC COMMUNITY AWARDS
Posted by admin on 2009/9/23 10:50:00 (2119 reads)

 

 2009 LULAC Community Awards
CELEBRATING THE POWER OF DIVERSITY
***All proceeds benefit LOCAL educational programs***
Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
6:00pm-9:00pm
Student Union Hall
Northern Kentucky University
Hosted by: Wilka Toppins, Macy’s Inc
Keynote Speaker: Sylvia Mendez, civil rights activist    

MAKE HISTORY:   The LULAC Cincinnati Community Awards is an exciting, history making awards ceremony, celebrating the positive impact individuals can make to shape diversity and race relations in our community.  Attended by over 350+ top local leaders from government, business, and education, the Community Awards serves not only to showcase the various efforts of LULAC but of the numerous outstanding diversity initiatives in both individual and corporate realms.

2009 LULAC COMMUNITY AWARDS RECIPIENTS:

CORPORATE AWARD                    
Wilka Toppins (Macy's)
 
HISPANIC BUSINESS PERSON                          
Antonio Muniz-Olan (Deerfield Insurance Group)
 
EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE                          
Maria Hildalgo (Cincinnati Public Schools)
 
DIVERSITY AWARD
Mary McCullough-Hudson (Fine Arts Fund)

 FRIEND(S) OF LULAC
Felisa Insignares (P&G)

MEDIA EXCELLENCE
Rudy Alvarez (88.3 WAIF)

COMMUNITY AWARD
Lorrie Platt (Cincinnati Reds)
 
GOVERNMENT EXCELLENCE
Joseph T. Deters, Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney

 

Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati     L’Oreal       Bank of Kentucky            Munoz Brandz         NKU Chase School of Law        NKU Latino Student Affairs    Cincinnati Reds                Sisters of Charity   Cincinnati Public Schools        TSJ Media   Deerfield Insurance Group        UFCW Local 75  Fine Arts Fund    Union Institute        La Voz    Cincinnati Public Schools        MidwestLatino.com

 

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Community : Latino Art Exhibit @ Duke Energy
Posted by admin on 2009/9/23 10:00:00 (1607 reads)

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Events : Salsa Dance Competition with Cincinnati Reds (Sat. Sept. 19th)
Posted by admin on 2009/9/19 12:00:00 (2333 reads)

Hispanic Heritage Night at Great American Ball Park

¡Guarde La Fecha!

¡Celebra con nosotros la Noche de la Herencia Hispana el Sabado 19 de Septiembre en el Great American Ball Park!

Special guest band "Tropicoso" will be performing in the Fan Zone!

Receive a free Reds cap with Sun/Moon Deck ticket purchase! Pregame Mascot Wiffle Ball Game featuring Mr. Redlegs, Gapper, Rosie Red and more!

Special tickets for only $15 (Regular $22)

To buy the special tickets for this game, go to Cincinnati Reds Website (click here) 

You can also use this Fax Form  or call 513-765-7600

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Events : Salsa with "Next Leaders Summit" YPs
Posted by admin on 2009/9/18 18:40:00 (1479 reads)

The "Next Leaders Summit" is coming to Cincinnati, and MidwestLatino is hosting a Salsa party together with African-American Chamber of Commerce.

Come and enjoy dancing Salsa while networking with Young Professionals from across USA

More info about the "Next Leaders Summit":
http://www.soapboxmedia.com/innovationnews/0811summit.aspx

Location:
Westin Hotel (Taft Room, 3rd Floor)
Street:
21 East 5th Street
City/Town:
Cincinnati, OH

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Events : Latin Mix Thursdays @ Havana Martini Club
Posted by admin on 2009/9/17 19:30:00 (1893 reads)

  Latin Mix Party: Every Thursdays @ Havana Martini Club 10:00pm-1:00 am.

With FREE admission, Cincinnati's BEST Salsa dancers, and the BEST Latino DJ in town, the legendary Rudy Alvarez, spinning the hottest Salsa, Merengue, Bachata (and Reggaeton after Midnight), this will be the best place for Latin music on Thursday nights...

Where: Havana Martini Club
Carew Tower
Fifth St. (between Race and Vine Streets)
Cincinnati, OH
Phone: (513) 651-2800

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Events : Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-off with Son Del Caribe (Tue, Sept. 15)
Posted by admin on 2009/9/14 16:10:00 (1683 reads)

Kick-off Celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month at Fountain Square!

Tuesday, Sept. 15th, 5:00 -8:00 PM

Come to the Kick-off Celebration with us and enjoy great food while listening and dancing to Salsa Music by SON DEL CARIBE.

The celebration starts at 5:00 pm and will continue until 8:00 pm.... you will not want to miss it!

P.S. Bring your salsa dance shoes. 

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Events : Cincinnati Hispanic Fest: Sept. 12-13
Posted by admin on 2009/9/11 10:00:00 (2168 reads)

The festival will take place on September 12th and 13th, the second Saturday/Sunday of September.

As last year, the Festival will take place at the Hamilton County Fairgrounds, on Vine St. two blocks from Su Casa Hispanic Center.  This location, with spacious parking available on premises, is in the middle of Hamilton County and is easily accessible from anywhere in the Tri-State


“ Hamilton County Fairgrounds”
7801 Anthony Wayne Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45216

www.CINCINNATIHISPANICFEST.ORG
513-746-7944

 

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Events : Son del Caribe @ Havana Martini Club This Saturday (Sept. 6, 2009)
Posted by admin on 2009/9/3 14:20:00 (1815 reads)

 

Since Acapulco is performing out of town, this Saturday we'll have Son del Caribe playing live Salsa @ Havana Martini Club, starting at 9:30 PM

Havana Martini Club is located at 5th St. (between Race and Vine).

 

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