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Events : Grupo Niche in Detroit (May 12, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/5/13 13:20:00 (1332 reads)

Well, before the Grupo Niche concert, there was a Gala Dinner of the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. It was a Black Tie event with the Who-is-Who of the Hispanic community in Michigan. The keynote speaker was Bo Andersson, Vice President of Global Purchasing, General Motors Corporation.

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After the Gala Dinner, several of the participants headed to the Grupo Niche concert at Royal Oak Theather. As always with this Colombian band, it was an awesome concert, with hundreds of Niche fans enjoying their greatest hits.

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More pictures are in the Detroit Section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Community : Bienestar honors Sister Margarita Brewer
Posted by admin on 2006/5/12 15:00:00 (2405 reads)

On Friday, May 12, Bienestar of Santa Maria Community Services honored Sr. Margarita Brewer of the Sisters of Charity for her contributions to the community.

Originally from Panama, Sister Margarita has been for years a pillar of the Latino community in Cincinnati, involved in several local community organizations, as well as supporting programs in Central America.

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Education : Multicultural Ice Cream Social @ Taylor Elementary (May 11, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/5/12 7:00:00 (1489 reads)

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Nestle USA, the world's largest food company, sponsors local elementary schools through their Adopt a School program and the local Cincinnati Sales Office sponsors Taylor Elementary for 2005-2006. On May 11, Nestle was sponsoring a Multicultural Ice Cream Social at the school where the students learned about Hispanic culture by reading books about Spain and Mexico, by participating in art contests, by eating Mexican food and by playing maracas along with "Vivo Flamenco" who educated an audience of 500 students and parents about Flamenco dance and music.

During the week the school librarian was reading "Dona Flor: a Tall Tale About a Giant Woman with a Great Big Heart" to the students and at the Ice Cream Social the kids were decorating placemats with their favorite scenes from the book and competed for door prizes which were children books about Hispanic life.

It was great to see how students were embracing this Latino experience, becoming more appreciative of other cultures.

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More pictures are in the Cincinnati Section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Events : Raymond Walters College to display Mexican muralist’s work
Posted by admin on 2006/5/11 17:40:00 (1432 reads)

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A traveling exhibit that highlights the work of Mexican muralist painter Diego Rivera will soon be on display at Raymond Walters College. The exhibit, titled “Mexico, Past and Present,” will be shown from June 1-15 in the college’s library, Muntz Hall, 9555 Plainfield Road, Blue Ash. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

The exhibit is being hosted by RWC’s Foreign Language Department in conjunction with the Ohio State University’s Center for Latin American Studies. Hours for viewing are 7:30am-8pm Mondays through Thursdays and noon-4 pm on Fridays.

Diego Rivera (1886-1957), is considered one of the greatest artists in the 20th Century. Born in Guanajuato Mexico, in 1892 he moved to Mexico City with his family and later studied in the San Carlos Academy and in the carving workshop of artist José Guadalupe Posada, whose influence is seen in Rivera’s works. He also spent more than 14 years in Europe, much of it in Paris studying the works of classic masters such as Cezanne and Matisse.

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Events : Club Seven in Columbus has closed. New location: Brew-Stirs
Posted by admin on 2006/5/11 17:30:00 (1390 reads)

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Events : Sonora Dinamita @ Plaza del Sol (May 14)
Posted by admin on 2006/5/11 15:40:00 (1315 reads)

Sonora Dinamita will be coming again to Tri-State. This dynamic group, with several hits such as Tu Cucu, Que bello, El Africano, will be performing this Sunday, May 14, at Plaza del Sol, in Covington, KY.

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For more pictures and videos, please visit visit Plaza del Sol Photo Gallery (click here)

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Education : New Dance Classes with SalsaTangoSon
Posted by admin on 2006/5/11 11:50:00 (1265 reads)

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Patricia Paz from SalsaTangoSon is offering new dance Classes:

Salsa Beginners Session
10 Classes starting Wednesday May 17
7PM @Corinthian Restaurant/ $100
3256 JEFFERSON AVE. CLIFTON

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND
STUDENTS, 10% DISCOUNT

INTRO TO RUEDA DE CASINO
4 CLASSES STARTING WEDNESDAY MAY 17TH
8.15PM @ CORINTHIAN/ $40
3256 JEFFERSON AVE. CLIFTON CINCI.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND
STUDENTS, 10 % DISCOUNT

Into Class to Tango Argentino
Saturday, May 20 @ STEP’N OUT STUDIO
From 12PM TO 1:50 PM/ $25
721 MADISON AVE. COV KY

EGISTRATION IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND

CONTACT PATRICIA@SALSATANGOSON.COM OR 513-252-6647

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Events : Kermesse Latino Festival (June 10-11)
Posted by admin on 2006/5/10 13:10:00 (1416 reads)

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Centro de Amistad is pleased to present Northern Kentucky’s best and largest Latino Festival, the Kermesse Latino Festival on June 10-11.

Tri-State vibrant Latino Culture plays an increasingly important role in the area. Whether you are going to a music concert, checking out a museum exhibit, joining friends for a dance lesson, or dining at one of many Latin restaurants, the Kermesse Latino Festival has something for everyone.

As last year, girls ages 6-16 will be able to participate in a “Festival Queen” Pageant: “La Reina del Festival”. If anyone is interested in participating, please contact Iversy Velez at 859-816-7537 by June 1st, 2006.

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Events : Cincy-Cinco Festival (May 6-7)
Posted by admin on 2006/5/6 13:20:00 (2048 reads)

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Cincy-Cinco Festival took place this year on May 6-7 at the Riverbend Plaza.

The tri-state region’s premier Latino cultural fest, is a family-friendly weekend event that showcases Latino culture, values and traditions while promoting the interaction of the Latino community within the tri-state community at large.

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And as usual, MidwestLatino is the first to present pictures from it. More pictures are in the Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery

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Events : Salsa Caliente @ Havana Martini Club this Saturday
Posted by admin on 2006/5/6 8:30:00 (1413 reads)

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Salsa Calient had another great show at last this Saturday at Havana Martini Club

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More pictures are at Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Business : Grand Opening of Muñiz & Associates new office (May 3, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/5/3 19:50:00 (1517 reads)

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Muñiz & Associates, a Nationwide Insurance and Financial Services Agency was celebrating opening of their new office in Blue Ash. The Grand Opening took place on Wednesday, May 3rd incl. traditional ribbon cutting.

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More pictures are in the Cincinnati Section of our Photo Gallery

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Community : May 1st Pro-immigration demonstration in Cincinnati
Posted by admin on 2006/5/1 16:00:00 (1256 reads)

Several thousands of people demonstrated on Monday in Cincinnati in support of an immigration reform that would give the undocumented workers a legal status and a path to citizenship. The peaceful demonstration, organized by the Cincinnati Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, took place in downtown Cincinnati, and ending at the Freedom Center.

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Community : Pro-immigration Candlelight Vigil @ Freedom Center
Posted by admin on 2006/4/30 21:50:00 (1132 reads)

Despite the cold and rain, close to five hundred people showed up to a candlelight vigil in support of a immigration reform. Organized by the Cincinnati Coalition for Comprehensive Immigration Reform, the vigil showed support from different religious groups, incl. the Jewish, Muslim, and various Christian congregations, incl. Cincinnati's famous civil rights leader, Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth, who encouraged participants to march forward.

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Events : Tropicoso playing in Dayton (Sat. April 29)
Posted by admin on 2006/4/30 11:50:00 (1219 reads)

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After a long absence, Tropicoso returned to Dayton for a live performance. The concert took place this Saturday, April 29, at Adam's Rib.

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More pictures are in the Dayton section of our Photo Gallery - click here...

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Events : 2006 OCHLA Awards Gala Dinner (April 28, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/4/29 17:10:00 (1860 reads)

On Friday, April 28, 2006, Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs (OCHLA) hosted in Columbus its 2006 Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Recognition Dinner.

It was definitely a very special moment for MidwestLatino and its founder, Michael Beck, who received the prestigious "Nuestra Famila" Award in recognition for "outstanding service for the Hispanic Community in the state of Ohio".

Other "Nuestra Familia Award" recipients for 2005 were: Home Savings & Loan of Youngstown, Dr. Gregory Stewart from Cincinnati and The Office of Minority Affairs at The Ohio State University.

Recipients of the 2005 Distinguished Hispanic Ohioan Awards were Angie Martinez and Juanita Senquiz from Lorain, Cecilia Roman Gerling and Rich Gandarillas from Columbus, Consuelo Hernandez from Toledo, Juan Santiago of Home Savings and Loan from Youngstown and Nuestro Rincon from Cincinnati.

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