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Haiti

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  • A New Exhibit at Hartford's Clare Gallery Looks at the People of Haiti

    A New Exhibit at Hartford's Clare Gallery Looks at the People of Haiti
    Hartford's Clare Gallery focuses on art dealing with religious themes (it's in a church). And perhaps no recent disaster generated a greater response from faith-based communities than the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Artist Dianne G. Coyle, working from...
  • Arcade Fire at Little Haiti Cultural Center

    Arcade Fire at Little Haiti Cultural Center
    Arcade Fire: A vaguely secret pop-up show by critically lauded indie rockers Arcade Fire is set for Oct. 24 at the Little Haiti Cultural Center (212 NE 59th Terrace, Miami), with tickets on sale 10 a.m. Wednesday. The 8 p.m. concert, part of the Rhythm...
  • Dominican Republic citizenship ruling stirs outcry across Caribbean

    MEXICO CITY — The recent decision by the highest court in the Dominican Republic to cancel the citizenship of three generations of residents is meeting a firestorm of protest, with human rights advocates warning of a humanitarian nightmare for the...
  • JetBlue eyeing more new routes from Lauderdale airport

    JetBlue Airways is aiming to add more routes from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport as part of its goal to grow its presence from 65 daily flights to 100 flights, CEO Dave Barger told the Sun Sentinel Thursday before speaking at an event...
  • Nan Cibula-Jenkins, costume designer

     Nan Cibula-Jenkins, costume designer
    Sitting next to a stranger changed Nan Cibula-Jenkins' life. In the mid-1970s, Cibula-Jenkins, who was working at a New York City museum after earning her undergraduate art degree, started talking to the woman in the chair next to hers at a salon. The...
  • Haiti Charities Backed by Hollywood Luminaries in for the Long Haul

    Four years after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, it may appear as if the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere fell off the planet, as other natural disasters and world events have overshadowed that tragedy. But although media attention has...
  • Meet Emily Lipman, The New Atlanta’s business-minded beauty

     
    Yes, Emily Lipman is the beautiful blond fireball taking castmate Alexandra Dilworth to task for her “trophy wife” aspirations in the premiere episode of Bravo’s The New Atlanta. But, as viewers will soon discover, Lipman’s drive...
  • U.S. leads Philippine disaster relief but most Americans unengaged

    U.S. leads Philippine disaster relief but most Americans unengaged
    One in three overseas Filipinos lives in the United States and the U.S. government is leading the international relief effort after Typhoon Haiyan, but most Americans are tuned out of the disaster's aftermath, the Pew Research Center reported Tuesday. A...
  • Nine years ago, Hurricane Jeanne gave Florida one last smack

    Nine years ago, Hurricane Jeanne gave Florida one last smack
    The blue tarps were already out in force after Florida had been smacked around by Hurricane Charley, Frances and Ivan, but the 2004 Atlantic hurricane season had one last sucker punch for the Sunshine State -- Jeanne. Nine years ago just before...
  • The annual report: Your giving worked

    It's time to report back. This year, in this column space, we made efforts to help those less fortunate by starting or boosting several charities. I wrote their stories. You came to their aid. Here's progress you should be proud of: Mother Batie's...
  • A woman lives, thanks to simple act of caring

    PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti -- How do you save a life? You start by finding it. This was a typical hot day at the mission orphanage in Haiti. Our group of volunteers, nicknamed the Detroit Muscle Crew, was busy hammering, plumbing, wiring and slapping down...
  • A School Opens in Haiti

    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- The children nudged forward, like racehorses at the post. Some wore purple shirts, some wore blue. "Are you ready?" someone yelled. "YES!" they screamed back. Usually, kids are dying to get out of school. These kids were...