Warm up your Heart and Soul with Churros and Hot Chocolate

By Roxana Casanueva @rcasanueva_ It’s freezing! And for us in Miami, that’s basically anything cooler than 70 degrees As a cold front blasts its way across the eastern part of the country people are bundling up. But, winter in Miami is different. As we donned our wool coats, scarves and boots, tourists visiting from up … Continue reading Warm up your Heart and Soul with Churros and Hot Chocolate

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The Government Shutdown has become a Proxy War & American Workers are Suffering

The United States of America has, once again shattered a record; but, this record isn’t one that anyone hoped to break. In the latest showdown between the President and the Democrats, the funding for many federal offices – and its employees -- stopped on Saturday, December 22nd of 2018. The partial shutdown. What is now … Continue reading The Government Shutdown has become a Proxy War & American Workers are Suffering

Trump’s Prime Time Address Pushes Back Hope for an Open Government

By Samantha Jimenez “This is a choice between right and wrong, justice and injustice,” said President Donald J. Trump at his first prime-time oval office address. President Trump has been determined to build a wall on the southern border of the United States of America, and his address to the country makes an open government … Continue reading Trump’s Prime Time Address Pushes Back Hope for an Open Government

Andrea Graham Brings Spirit of Miami Lakes To Pinkroom

By Aileen Delgado When Andrea Graham-Rechichi’s great-grandfather went to his father and said, “dad, don’t sell the land, let’s develop it,” he had a vision for what Miami Lakes could be. Three generations later, Ms. Graham-Rechichi is working to maintain that dream, to “carry out a legacy,” continue building a town that feels like home. … Continue reading Andrea Graham Brings Spirit of Miami Lakes To Pinkroom

New Year, New Events: How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve on a Budget

By Daniel Gonzalez With New Year’s Eve approaching, “Where should we go?” is a question that comes to many people's minds as they try to scramble for a fun and exciting place to spend the night. Luckily in Miami, the streets and cities are always bustling with different activities to partake in. And for those … Continue reading New Year, New Events: How to Celebrate New Year’s Eve on a Budget

Santa’s Not-So-Enchanted Forest

By Samantha Jimenez As commercials play on every radio station and banners hang on light poles, the blissful themed fair returns. Santa’s Enchanted Forest is notorious for being a five-year-old’s dream, but this money stealing event does nothing but create an underwhelming trip for anyone who isn’t a toddler. Santa’s Enchanted Forest is open until … Continue reading Santa’s Not-So-Enchanted Forest