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A Conversation With Seasoned Writer And Journalist Danielle Pointdujour

One of the hottest and most prolific wordsmiths on the lifestyle, travel and entertainment journalism scene, Danielle Pointdujour writes for some of print...

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The artist who goes by the name of MrJeffDess fits the template perfectly for what a spoken-word artist ought to be. Professorship—check. Some background...

Kreyolicious Interview: Lex Pierre-Louis, Entrepreneur and Branding/Marketing Maven

Lex Pierre-Louis? Ever heard of him? No? Well, you’re not cool. You’re really not. As one of the leading branding and marketing influencers in...

Chris Brown and Lil Wayne in Haiti-#Team Haiti Week In Review

Chris Brown and Lil Wayne in Haiti? The news of these two pop stars performing a concert in Haiti was the talk of the e-parlors of #TeamHaiti. It all started when this little flyer started coming up in posts on Instagram, showing the elevated faces of Chris Brown and Lil Wayne. Then...

Why Growing Old Is Better Than You Think

Comfort is very important to me. I think people live better in big houses and in big clothes. I try to contrast; life today...

Cybille St. Aude On Writing Her First Children’s Book Elsie

Cybille St. Aude has a heap of reasons to be proud. She is the author of the kiddie illustrated book Elsie, published as part...

Haiti Launches This Year’s Edition of Miss Haiti pageant

The Miss Haiti pageant has been launched! This year’s contestants are a nice bunch (as usual!). They gathered in Port-au-Prince, and were picked from...

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Comfort is very important to me. I think people live better in big houses and in big clothes. I try to contrast; life today...

Fearless Dancer On A Mission: An Interview With Choreographer and Dancer Jean Appolon

> Every Jean has a second first name. Jean Appolon’s is Josué, like Joshua. Like that Biblical character, he’s dauntless and like dancer-choreographer Alvin Ailey...

James Baptiste: How He Went from Juvenile Delinquent to Prolific Author

James Baptiste was born and raised and Brooklyn of Haitian parents, and he paints his childhood there as—his words—“interesting”. Baptiste attended Walt Whitman Junior...

5 Success Principles You Can Learn From @Marlie Hall

A journalism graduate from Saint John’s University, Marlie Hall’s first job was as an anchor for News 12 The Bronx, a Twenty-Four hour news station. Today, she’s one of the most recognizable faces on CBS and a respected, award-winning business woman. Her career has brought her to the red...

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On 23 April 1876, he replaced Michel Domingue as the first president of the prov…

On 23 April 1876, he replaced Michel Domingue as the first president of the provisional government, before becoming President of Haiti non-provisionally on 17...

Oswald Durand was born in Cap-Haitian on September 17, 1840, he was a poet and a…

Oswald Durand was born in Cap-Haitian on September 17, 1840, he was a poet and a politician. He was a writer of French and...

PÒTOPRENS: The Urban Artists of Port–au–Prince Reception

Exhibition on view April 23 – August 11, 2019In conjunction with Haitian Heritage Month, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) will display...

Taste of Haiti – Miami 6th Edition, Food & Cultural Festival

Taste of Haiti Miami is an annual cultural and foodie event where we offer a unique Food Experience as it helps to discover the...

François Duvalier, also known as Papa Doc, was the President of Haiti from 1957 …

François Duvalier, also known as Papa Doc, was the President of Haiti from 1957 to 1971. He was elected president in 1957 under a...