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Taste of the Caribbean provides a forum for gathering practical information, developing skills, sampling, purchasing, strengthening, established supplier relationships and meeting new vendors, all on hand to help, Taste of the Caribbean will bring innovative and exciting educational sessions for food and beverage professionals that promise to enhance individual skills.
Since 1993, the best chefs and culinary teams unite to learn, demonstrate their skills and provide the general public a scintillating exhibitor of the most savory and detachable treats of the islands. Taste of the Caribbean is the region's premier culinary competition and cultural showcase.
- Caribbean National Culinary Team Competition
- Caribbean Culinary Individual Competition
- Caribbean Chef of the Year
- Caribbean Junior Chef of the Year
- Caribbean Bartender of the Year
- Caribbean Pastry Chef of the Year
One of the coolest film festivals in the world. Starting June 13 through 17, 2018, join our community of artists, executives and industry tastemakers who gather each year in Miami Beach to showcase emerging talent, celebrate Black culture and create opportunities for people of color to achieve success in the entertainment industry.
Enjoy five action-packed days of red carpet premieres, master classes, celebrity conversations, tech talks, exclusive parties and more. ABFF is at the forefront of diversity in Hollywood and continues to inspire generations of new artists and storytellers! Be a part of this coming summer's hottest event.
The American Black Film Festival (ABFF) is an annual event dedicated to showcasing quality film and television content by and about people of African descent.
NOEL AND CECIBON PRODUCTIONS invite you to celebrate 20 years of The Haitian Compas Festival in Wynwood on Saturday, May 19, 2018. We are celebrating 20 years of music, 20 years of success, 20 years of culture.
The 2018's Haitian Compas Festival will have your favorite top Haitian bands and artists on one stage. VIP tickets include complimentary food & drinks from 5-8 PM!
The Talent Lineup:
...and many more surprises!
Date and Time
Sat, May 19, 2018, 4:00 PM -
Sun, May 20, 2018, 2:00 AM
318 NW 23rd ST
Miami, FL 33127
Taste a wide range of delectable Haitian cuisine at the Taste of Haiti. Enjoy authentic eats, live music, dancing and more. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. In lieu of admission prices, donations are accepted.
Taste of Haiti brings to the community of South Florida a discovery of Haiti's Culture and flavors primarily through its food and all its cultural components. The festival offers a blend of the best of Haiti's cuisine, music and art.
This festival is free to the public, and in its 4th year has drawn over 5000 people from the Haitian and International communities in South Florida and its surroundings. From 2pm to 10pm, visitors have the opportunity to go around the chosen venue sampling food from various local restaurants, catering companies, bakeries, and chefs, and can enjoy the flavors of Haitian rum, beer, soda and juices at the VIP tent . Taste of Haiti offers a range of activities throughout the day such as cooking demos, a chefs cooking competition, live music, display of Haitian art for purchase
Come see: Romeo & Juliet: La Tormenta by Grace Arts Center on May 4, 2018 at 7:00 PM at Little Haiti Cultural Center Theater
This is Shakespeare South Florida style! Fast paced drama from The Bard, Afro Cuban Dance and Music, and Visual Art.
What if Florida was the backdrop for Romeo & Juliet and The Tempest-- Two Shakespearean classics--where lost kingdoms, dangerous romance and real mystery abound? Imagine no more! This American odyssey comes alive through an original script adapted by Florida playwrights with a diverse cast of talented local actors and dancers. Audiences will be treated to folkloric choreography and rarely heard traditional music by Afro-Cuban artists introduced through breathtaking images from acclaimed Iranian born Swede and South Florida resident Painter, Karl Momen. Momen has painted and published a series of works inspired by William Shakespeare and the orchestral masterpieces of Richard Wagner.
Haitians Who Blog is an online community of Haitian content creators including, bloggers, vloggers, writers/authors, poets, and podcasters. Haitians Who Blog conduct monthly meetup in your respective city where bloggers can connect, share their ideas, and collaborate. The community focuses on promoting content creators while encouraging businesses to recruit content creators of Haitian descent.
Grab your notepad/laptop and gather your friends to learn more about the content creators in the Haitians Who Blog community.
Date and Time
Sat, April 28, 2018
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
FIU South Campus
11200 Southwest 8th Street
Miami, FL 33199
Mr. Hubert Seaton needs a liaison in Haiti. Preferably a young female student that speaks English. I will pay her 40 us dollars a month to make contacts for me. To talk to people and send information via teleconferences. This will increase as I do business in Haiti.
If interested, please contact: "Hubert Seaton" at: email@example.com
This was a free Community service provided by HaitiObserver.com
Two Haitian students at Columbia University will be on the discussion panel to talk about Haiti, TPS, DACA, human rights, racism, and education to name a few. So please help me spread the word and come support them, if you can. See details below..
WHAT CAN WE DO?
A Panel Discussion on Education, Human Rights and Immigration
Moderated by Dr. Randall Richardson-Vejlgaard
Followed by a small reception.
Click on link for details:
Date: Thursday April 12th 2018,
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Place: Milbank Chapel
525 W 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
Sugar Brown: Burlesque Bad & Bougie Comedy Affair will be showing on April 13, 2018 @ Little haiti Cultural Center - Little Haiti Miami
•Bad & Bougie: Sugar Brown discloses her diaries through comedy, storytelling, and sexy burlesque dance as she experiences her first time becoming a submissive.
•About: The slinky alter ego of Lanita Shera, who explores different facets of sexuality with her original productions. In this R-rated and highly-interactive show Sugar does this not just through hilarious comedy but also with dance.
•Burlesque: It's a sensual art form that incorporates dance, risque costumes, and frank, friendly lustiness, elegantly celebrating a side of life we don't always talk about.
The Haitian American Business Expo, Inc. / U.S. Haitian Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is pleased to partner with the Mayor's Office of Economic Development Boston to host this workshop on how to open and manage a restaurant. Please join us on Monday, February 26th at the Mattapan Branch of the Boston Public Library.
A panel of experts will walk you through a crash course in opening and managing a restaurant. This class will help you explore the different things to consider, from choosing the right location and finding financing, to selecting the right name and marketing your business.
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