South Florida has always been a prime location for out-of-town conferences and conventions. But recently there's a growing number of local organizations putting together these events from their own backyard.
Miami-based conferences are pulling in major corporate sponsors and attendees from all over the world and speakers from the White House, Google and Facebook.
03/06/14 - Thursday's Topical Currents begins with recognition of Women’s History Month. We’ll profile two outstanding South Florida seniors. First, Maria Elena Torano. She founded the National Hispana Leadership Institute. Also, breast cancer specialist Dr. Vilma Biaggi. She owns and operates South Beach’s historic Cadet Hotel . . .
Originally published on Mon August 12, 2013 3:47 am
Let's coin a new stereotype right here: Latinos are mad friendly.
Ninety percent of Latinos said that they are friends with people of a different race, according to new poll from Reuters and Ipsos, making them much more likely than the rest of America to reach across racial lines to make friends.
'Nine out of 10 Latinos can say, some of my best friends are not-Latino,' my Code Switch teammate Hansi Lo Wang reported recently for NPR's Newscast unit.