Events

Coming Through America is coming to Orlando, FL

Success Marketing & Entertainment in assoc with Ménage À 3 brings you the biggest Live Sketch Comedy show to ever come to Orlando on Saturday April 20 at Wekiva High School. Tickets start at $30 for regular admission and for $65 you can have VIP access and have a chance to meet and take pictures […]

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News

Haiti’s government struggles to keep lights on

Haiti is running out of fuel — again. According to the Miami HeraldGas stations are stockpiling and rationing gasoline. The poor are running out of kerosene to cook. Private power suppliers, out of diesel for the past 11 days, are reducing or ceasing production — taking Haiti’s already desperate electricity issues from bad to worse.  […]

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Interviews

Meet Nickson! Talented French-Haitian Artist

pou li entèvyou sa a nan kreyòl klike isit la A few months ago I discovered Nickson’s music and I immediately added him to my playlist. He has a uniquely beautiful voice that could make anyone stop and his music speaks to the lover in all of us. Hayti Overload: Tell us a little bit […]

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News

Trump administration extends TPS for Haitians and other groups

Overloaders! According to the Miami Herald the Trump administration said Thursday it will extend special immigration protections for Haiti and three other countries until January 2020.  The decision by the Department of Homeland Security, announced Thursday, gives thousands of Haitians an additional six-month reprieve from deportation, but holders of Temporary Protected Status still face uncertainty […]

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News

Haiti takes a hit following February protests

Overloaders! we all know how hard we have worked to build Haiti’s tourism and put our country back on the map. It looks like Haiti has taken a major setback following the February protests. JetBlue, Air Canada, and Air Transat are limiting daily flights to the country, which on Wednesday announced that it’s canceling Carnival, […]

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News

Could Little Haiti soon be known as Little River?

Overloaders! Little Haiti in Miami may be disappearing before our eyes. According to the Miami Herald Little Haiti is one of the fastest gentrifying neighborhoods in the nation today. When Haitian refugees were released from Krome detention center and other centers around the United States in the late 1970s, they settled in the area now […]

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