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Events : "Sabor Latino" @ Havana Martini Club on Saturday (April 18)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/20 4:50:00 (1686 reads)

"Sabor Latino", the best Salsa band from Columbus, performed last Saturday for the very first time in Cincinnati, in the Havana Martini Club, delivering a high-energy show.

You can see the group in the video below:

Click here to see the video in HDTV 

More pictures are in our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Community : 80 Years of LULAC celebration @ Macys (April 16, 2009)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/17 8:40:00 (1628 reads)

On Thursday, April 16th, Cincinnati chapter of LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) celebrate 80 years of serving the Latino community.

This even was sponsored by Macy's and Univ. of Phoenix, and took place at Macy's Department Store downtown.

Some of the speakers included:

Mayor Mark Mallory
City Manager Milton Dohoney
State Senator Eric Kearney
Bill Hawthorn (SVP of Macy's)
Chris Montagnion (Univ. of Phoenix)
Superintendent Mary Ronan
Felisa Insignares (P&G)
Maria Lang (Young Readers Coordinator)
Vera Brook (Principal of Roberts Padeia Academy)
Brent Wilkes (LULAC National Director)

More pictures are in our Photo Gallery (click here...)

You can also read this report from article from Cincinnati.com

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Events : Global Mixx Party @ Mixx Ultra Lounge (Friday, April 17th)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/12 8:20:00 (2048 reads)

 

Global Mixx Party coming to Mixx Ultra Lounge

Big Opening!!!!

Friday, April 17th, 2009

With Live Brazilian Drummers from "New Brasil" group

With Live Belly Dancing by "Anaya Gypsy"

With the best of Reggaeton by DJ Los Rumberos

With best Electronica by DJ Rush

With best of R&B by DJ Chris Paul

Experience the best and most diverse young professional scene in Cincinnati.

Global Mixx Party @ Mixx Ultra Lounge

www.mixxcincy.com

1203 Main St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
(513) 621-6499

 

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Events : Sabor Latino @ Havana Martini Club on Saturday (April 18)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/11 11:30:00 (1786 reads)

This Saturday, April 19th!!!

Sabor Latino, Columbus' premier Latin dance band will be perfoming for the very first time in Cincinnati, at Havana Martini Club on Saturday, April 18th. 

Havana Martini Club is located on 5th St., between Race St. and Vine St.    

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Events : April Salsa Birthday Bash @ Ballet Tech Cincinnati (Sat. April 11th)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/10 7:30:00 (2804 reads)

   

Thanks to all of you who came to our Saturday Salsa Party @ ballet tech cincinnati. It was a blast, and the parties are getting hotter and hotter!!!

With best DJs Los Rumberos, best dancers, largest dance floor, and free parking!!!

Our next "Salsa Saturday" at ballet tech cincinnati is coming up on:

Saturday, April 11th

April Salsa Birthday Bash

Celebrating Birthday of all born in April!!!

 

 

Next events are currently scheduled for:

April 25,
May 23

See more pictures from our last party in our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Community : Sen. Kearney: Ohio Must Address Divisive Practice of Profiling
Posted by admin on 2009/4/10 7:10:00 (1812 reads)

(Columbus) – State Senator Eric H. Kearney (D- Cincinnati) introduced Senate Bill 107, legislation intended to deter racial profiling and build trust between Ohio’s ethnic minorities and law enforcement. The bill protects anyone from being investigated on the basis of race, ethnicity, or national origin.

“I have a deep respect and admiration for the law enforcement community. The intent of this legislation is not to undermine the officers who protect and serve us professionally and ethically. Rather, my hope is that minorities will feel empowered to work in concert with police to foster safer communities for everyone,” Kearney stated.

The bill gives oversight to the Ohio Civil Rights Commission to receive racial profiling complaints, offer mediation and conduct preliminary investigations of the allegations. Law enforcement agencies will also be responsible for maintaining policies to prohibit racial profiling.

“Ohio lags behind other states in addressing this issue. We need to join with the majority of the country in enacting legislation to curb racial profiling,” said Kearney. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 26 states have passed legislation concerning racial profiling, including West Virginia and Kentucky.

Senator Eric H. Kearney represents parts of Cincinnati, St. Bernard, Elmwood Place, Cleves, Cheviot, Norwood, Golf Manor, Columbia Township, Deer Park, Silverton, Springfield Township, North Bend and Addyston.

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Education : NKU Latino Student Affairs Recognition Dinner (April 9, 2009)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/10 6:00:00 (2179 reads)

On Thursday, April 9, the NKU Latino Student Affairs Office held its annual Student Recognition Banquet in the Student Union Ballroom, honoring the outstanding Latino students and faculty.

Ashley Long and Ana Alza Rodrigues received the  "2009 Latina Person of the Year" Award. 

The 2009 Latino Student Academic Achievement Award went to: Maria Clay, Daniel Calderon, Mary Hernandez, Dara Concepcion, Amber Benavidez-Bowen, Ariana Michael Lopez, Jennifer May Hernandez, and Xavier Beteta.

 

More pictures are in our Photo Gallery (click here..)

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Events : Columbus: Damas Latinas Gala - May 15, 2009
Posted by admin on 2009/4/6 3:20:00 (2353 reads)

The Latin Ladies Organization has been serving the community for 14 years and making a positive difference in the Latino/Hispanic Community in Columbus. They have given 49 scholarships since 2000.

Their Eighth Annual Scholarship Award Dinner/Dance event will take place May 15, 2009, 6:30 pm at the Clintonville Woman’s Club, 3951 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio. Please see the attached invitation for additional information. We look forward to see you at the Scholarship award gala on May 15, 2009

Please contact them for further information at dlatinasorg@mail.com or call at 614 - 846 1619

May  15  Friday  7:00-  PM
Gala –Scholarship -Dinner– Dance
Octava Entrega de becas
"Clintonville Woman's Club"
3951 High St. Columbus 43214
614– 268 5525

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Education : Children from the AMIS (Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies) Young Readers program visit P&G Headquarters
Posted by admin on 2009/4/2 7:50:00 (1874 reads)

On Thursday, April 2nd, children from the AMIS Young Readers program visited P&G Headquarters.

The Young Readers, administered by the LULAC National Educational Service Centers , encourages children to make reading a life-long habit. At each site, thirty first, second and third graders meet weekly for six weeks during the summer with a reading teacher in a program designed to make reading fun. Reading sessions are enhanced by trips to the movie theater, the museum and the newspaper printing press. Games, treats and prizes help turn an educational experience into a fun summertime activity kids look forward to week after week.

LNESC has twenty Young Readers programs nationwide.   P&G is a very strong supporter.  Last year they donated $70,000 and thanks to their support, we now  have two Young Readers programs in Cincinnati - one at AMIS, and another one at  Price Hills.

More pictures are in our Photo Gallery (click here...)

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Events : Doc Severinsen & El Ritmo de la Vida (Sun. April 5, 2009)
Posted by admin on 2009/4/1 11:40:00 (1723 reads)

The latest adventure of famed trumpeter and television legend, Doc Severinsen, takes us on a dream tour of sunny Mexico. Doc’s soaring trumpet leads the way through the colorful rhythms of Mariachi, Flamenco and gypsy jazz. Be transported to beautiful beaches and tropical evenings—no passport required!

EL RITMO DE LA VIDA  ("THE RHYTHM OF LIFE")

 

STEVEN REINEKE, conductor
DOC SEVERINSEN, trumpet

with special guests
GIL GUTIERREZ, guitar

PEDRO CARTAS, violin

 

When: Sunday, April 5th, 2009, 3:00 PM

Where: Music Hall : 1241 Elm St. :: Cincinnati, OH 45202 (See Map)

 

Tickets and more info: click here

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Events : Acapulco Salsa Band @ Havana Martini Club (Sat. April 4)
Posted by admin on 2009/3/31 23:10:00 (2192 reads)

Acapulco, Cincinnati's newest Latin-Tropical band, will perform on Saturday, April 4, at the Havana Martini Club .

The 10-piece group will perform at the popular Downtown club on the first Saturday of every month, replacing Salsa Caliente, the well-known Latin band that gave its farewell performance in December after seven years at the club.  Acapulco will not only play the ever-popular Salsa music, but will also venture into other Latin dance styles such as Merengue, Bachata, Rumba, Chacha, Charanga, Cumbia, Latin Rock and the urban hip-hop style called Reggaeton, a first for a local Latin band.
 

 

Havana Martini Club is located on 5th St., between Race St. and Vine St. 

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Events : Vote Earth!!!!
Posted by admin on 2009/3/25 22:20:00 (1511 reads)

VOTE EARTH

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Events : Casting Call For Roles For Cincinnati Opera's 2009 Spanish Season
Posted by admin on 2009/3/25 14:40:00 (1837 reads)

CINCINNATI—Cincinnati Opera announces an open casting call for supernumerary roles during the company’s 2009 Summer Festival, “Opera Goes to Spain”. An information and casting session is scheduled for Monday, April 13, at 7:00 p.m. in the Large Rehearsal Hall at Music Hall. Participants should enter Music Hall from the Central Parkway entrance.

Auditions will be held for the following:

·    The Marriage of Figaro:  1 boy and 1 girl both 6–8 years old

·    Don Carlo:  10–15 men various ages and 4 women various ages

·    Carmen: 10–15 men of various ages, 10–15 women various ages, and 4 children various ages

Supernumerary or “super” roles are non-singing roles, much like extras in film and television. All operas are performed in Music Hall with an average audience of 2,800 people. Supers will share the stage with internationally-renowned artists as well as have the opportunity to work with famous directors and conductors. Being a super involves approximately 10–15 rehearsals in the evenings or on weekends. No experience is necessary, and all super positions are filled on a voluntary basis.

No experience is required. Attending the casting call does not obligate you to participate. Interested individuals can attend the casting call simply to learn more about supernumerary opportunities. For more information, please visit www.cincinnatiopera.org or email supers@cincinnatiopera.org.

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Events : Spanish Harlem Orchestra in Columbus (April 5)
Posted by admin on 2009/3/24 6:50:00 (1496 reads)

Special HALF-PRICE TICKETS to
THE SPANISH HARLEM ORCHESTRA

Hailed as the standard bearers for New York Salsa, The Spanish Harlem Orchestra brings its hard-riffing horns and pulsating rhythms to Columbus for one show only! 

See the Spanish Harlem Orchestra Sunday night, April 5 at the Capitol Theatre, Riffe Center (corner of State & High).

Special half-price tickets are available at the Ohio Theatre ticket office, all Ticketmaster locations, by phone at 614-469-0939 or online at CAPA.com.  USE SPECIAL CODE: buynow.

Or simply click the link below to get your tickets right now!

http://www.ticketmaster.com/promo/uuwnm2

Offer cannot be combined with other offers and is not applicable to previously purchased tickets.

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Events : Afro-Cuban All Stars in Ohio (March 22 and 24)
Posted by admin on 2009/3/22 15:40:00 (2957 reads)

Led by the legendary Juan de Marcos González (of the Buena Vista Social Club), the powerhouse Afro-Cuban All Stars perform a variety of styles including classic son montuno, contemporary timba, swinging big band, Afro-Cuban jazz, and more. The exuberant 16-piece big band has sparked a worldwide infatuation with the diversity and vitality of Cuban culture. These stars will have you dancing in the aisles!

The performance in Cincinnati was fantastic. The band played classic Cuban tunes, as well as modern Salsa, and original compositions by Juan de Marcos, among them one dedicated to his wife.  While all the musicians were fantastic, the favorite of the audience was piano player, Ignacio "Nachito" Herrera, who mesmerized everybody with his virtuoso skills and his passion and sense of humor on the keyboard.

  

The after party was at Via Vite Restaurant on the Fountain Square, where the owner of the restaurant and the management showed a true Cincinnati-style hospitality to the band members!

For those of you who missed the concert, you have still a chance to see them on:

Tuesday, March 24, 2009 • 7:30 PM

at:


Miami University, (Oxford, OH), Hall Auditorium
Tickets are $13/ $25/ $26, Ph: 513.529.6333 or purchase online.

Do not miss it!!!

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