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Events : Sol & Luna Galeria Launch Event (July 22)
Posted by admin on 2006/7/13 22:00:00 (1563 reads)

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Sol y Luna is a new business presenting fine, authentic, and exclusive hand-crafted home decor and dinnerware from Mexico. It'll have its launch event on Sat. July 22nd at Holiday Inn Express in Milford (I-275 East, Exit 57)

You’ll see a wide variety of impressive and stunning hand-crafted products from Mexico that will meet the needs of any architecture, style, and decor of any home!

Info: Susana Aguilera at (513) 677-5310. To learn more about Sol y Luna and its offering, click here to see the catalog...

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Education : P&G donates $100,000 to LULAC for Education
Posted by admin on 2006/7/3 19:10:00 (1659 reads)

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At the recent LULAC National Conference, Ingrid Riviera, Director of P&G Multicultural External Relations donated on behalf of Procter & Gamble a check for $100,000 to LULAC National Educational Service Centers (LNESC). LNESC is dedicated to increasing educational opportunities for minority and low-income students of all ages. Initiatives include: Young Readers Program, Hispanic Leadership Opportunity Program and College Explorers Program.

As the premier Hispanic convention, the LULAC National Convention draws over 10,000 people each year including the top leaders from government, business, and the Hispanic community. In 2006 the list of guest speakers included Reverend Jesse Jackson, Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, NAACP President Bruce Gordon, Milwaukee Governor Jim Doyle, RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman, DNC Chairman Howard Dean, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, U.S. Treasurer Ana Cabral, U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Elaine Chao, Activist Dolores Huerta, among many others.

Entertainment was provided by Elvis Crespo and Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez.

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Above: Rev. Jesse Jackson with MidwestLatino's Michael Beck, Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi with P&G's Ingrid Riviera, Elvis Crespo live in concert, US Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao

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

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Events : Salsa Caliente @ Havana Martini Club (July 1)
Posted by admin on 2006/7/2 11:30:00 (1564 reads)

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Salsa Caliente had another great show 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 : Hispanic Chamber Social (June 27, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/27 22:10:00 (2197 reads)

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On Tuesday, June 27th, the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA , held it annual Social, this year for the first time at Havana Martini Club!

It was an excellent opportunity to see old friends and to make some new ones. Present were also representatives of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce.

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

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Community : Immigration Forum @ Freedom Center (June 26)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/27 12:50:00 (1341 reads)

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A community forum on Immigration Reform sponsored by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center took place on Monday, June 26, 2006 in the Harriet Tubman Theater at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

Immigration and immigration reform has been covered extensively in the news both nationally and locally. It is has arisen as a complex and sometimes divisive issue. Additionally, the race relations studies conducted by National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) and National Underground Railroad Freedom Center have concluded there is an apparent disconnect between the newly arrived immigrants and the overall community.

This community forum was designed to:

• Provide education about Immigration and Immigration reform
• Provide various perspectives to enhance discourse around the issue of immigration and immigration reform
• Engage in an open discussion about immigrants in the U.S. and the Tri-State area.

Panel members included Sister Juana Mendez of Centro de Amistad, Byron McCauley of The Enquirer, Robert "Chip" Harrod of the National Conference for Community and Justice, community advocate Dan Molina, and Immigration Attorney Marilyn Zayas-Davis. The Forum was opened by Dr. Spencer Crew, CEO of the Freedom Center, and moderated by Dr. Cathy McDaniels-Wilson.

Present in the audience we had Michael A. Fox from the Butler County, as well as Gary Hines from the NAACP of West Chester/Hamiliton/Fairfield/Liberty Township.

Many participants were very positive about the forum and expressed a need for more such dialog opportunities. As somebody stated, only through dialog we can learn to understand the other side and work together on a solution to this very complex issue.

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More pictures from the opening ceremony are at Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery

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Events : Salsa @ Adam's Rib in Dayton (June 24, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/26 10:50:00 (1366 reads)

Another great Saturday Salsa night at Adam's Rib!!!

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More pictures are in the Dayton section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

And get ready for Latin Fridays @ Club Rain, starting July 7th. Click here for more info....

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Events : SHPE Picnic in Dayton (June 24, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/26 10:10:00 (1306 reads)

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Miami Valley (Ohio) Chapter of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers had its first picnic, celebrating its first year of existance. Events included 1st SHPE Domino Tournament, Volleyball, Soccer, and many Kids events.

More pictures are in the Dayton section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Business : Opening of La Selvas (June 24, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/26 10:00:00 (1697 reads)

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On Saturday, June 24, La Selva Wholesale Mexican Groceries had its Grand Opening.

Located at 4890-B Duff Drive (Exit 42-B on I-275 West), Cincinnati, OH, it is a first of its kind company in the Cincinnati area, with sales and distribution of primarily Mexican food products to small business establishments.

To contact them, click here...

More pictures from the opening ceremony are at Cincinnati section of our Photo Gallery

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Community : Azucar recording for Nuestro Rincon
Posted by admin on 2006/6/23 14:00:00 (1388 reads)

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Azucar, a local Latin band, did recording this Wednesday for Nuestro Rincon, which will be broadcasted this weekend. Also present were Lori Hebo, owner of Argentine Bean talking about the upcoming Half New Year's Party on June 30 at Argentine Bean. For more information, click here...

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Community : NSHMBA Cincinnati Open Meeting (June 21, 2006)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/22 11:30:00 (1538 reads)

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Cincinnati NSHMBA chapter (National Society of Hispanic MBAs) had its open board meeting this Wednesday, which was sponsored by National City. During meeting participants had the opportunity to learn about the Roadmap to Conference 2006 and to help the chapter Board with ideas to develop the best NSHMBA conference ever.

From October 26-28, 2006, Cincinnati will be hosting NSHMBA’s 17th Annual Conference and Career Expo. Thousands of Hispanic MBA students and professionals will attend the conference looking for career opportunities, professional development and networking events. The NSHMBA Conference has earned a reputation as the place to be whether you are looking to hire entry-level MBA students or seasoned MBA veterans.

For more information about the NSHMBA Conference, click here...

To learn more about the local chapter of NSHMBA or to become a member, click here...

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Events : HALF NEW YEAR’S PARTY @ Argentine Bean
Posted by admin on 2006/6/21 16:50:00 (1654 reads)

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Why not to have a Half New Year’s Party? Next Friday, June 30th, the opular coffee and wine bistro/bar “Argentine Bean” (located at 2875 Town Center Boulevard, Crestview Hills, KY) will host just that! As every Friday, the local Latin band “Azucar” will play the best of Salsa, Merengue, and Cha Cha.

For those who don’t know how to dance, but would love to learn, there will be free dance lessons. The Party will start at 9:30 PM. There will be also special Gourmet samples, outdoor seating, and of course, midnight champagne. For information, call (859) 426-1042

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Community : Onaney graduates!
Posted by admin on 2006/6/18 21:10:00 (4212 reads)

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Congratulations to Onaney Ortiz, who just graduated from Palm Beach Community College! Onaney is an incredibly talented Latina singer from Cincinnati, who now lives in Florida. To listen to Onanay click here...

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Events : Latin Festival in Louisville, KY
Posted by admin on 2006/6/18 20:40:00 (3845 reads)

What a difference can 200 miles make. The Festival Latino in Columbus, OH was hot and sunny. The Latin Festival in Louisville, KY, was rainy and cold. But the Latin music played by Cincinnati's Tropicoso was hot, and people enjoyed it despite the rain. After all, what are umbrellas for? There was also a very nice Tango demonstration by local dance teachers Andy and Christy.

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More pictures are in the Louisville section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Events : Grand Opening of Latin Nights @ Coliseum (Columbus, OH)
Posted by admin on 2006/6/18 13:20:00 (5350 reads)

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MidwestLatino was sponsoring the big opening of Latin Nights in Columbus' Coliseum, presented by RitmoProductions.

The Largest Latino After Party Ever following the Columbus Latino Fest, which was was also the Grand Opening of "Sabados Gigantes" or "Giant Saturdays" at the Coliseum Nightclub (6252 Busch Blvd.) was a huge success! The new location is fantastic, in comparison to all the previous ones (like Fabric, Global, Club Seven), absolutely the best! If you didn't make it last night there, don't miss the next Saturday!

More pictures are in the Columbus section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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Events : Festival Latino in Columbus
Posted by admin on 2006/6/18 13:00:00 (1535 reads)

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We don't know how they do it, but as in previous years, the weather during the Columbus Festival Latino was fantastic! And as usual, the organization was flawless - Ed Myers and his team did a wonderful job! The city government, under leadership of Mayor Mike Coleman, provides a great support for this Festival and for Columbus' Latino community, and it's visible throughout the Festival.

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More pictures are in the Columbus section of our Photo Gallery (click here)

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