Tags: "Miami Herald"

27 Feb
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Press Partners announces Class of 2018

The 13 reporters, editors and broadcasters chosen for Alfred Friendly fellowships this year come with noble aspirations to uplift journalism in their home countries, despite facing a myriad of professional challenges, ranging from civil war and high crime to censorship ...

19 Feb
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Stueve Foundation brings Mexican reporter into Fellowship

The Patrick and Janna Stueve Foundation of Kansas City, Mo., is proud to support a 2018 Fellow in the Alfred Friendly Press Partners program. Juan Luis Garcia, a Mexico City reporter with SinEmbargo, has been selected for this prestigious fellowship ...

20 May
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She made kabalagala, and made them really well

By Isaac Imaka Nancy’s only mistake was using plantain and not apple bananas. I don’t know why I didn’t give her that detail. I just told her bananas. I thought she would not even try to make them. She had ...

01 May
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This and That in Miami: Settling in, shadowing and encountering an Amin victim

The car-driving debacle is obviously behind us now. Moving on, life cannot get nicer or more interesting. However, so you know, I had gotten used to driving without GPS. By the time the car was taken away, I had gotten ...

29 Jul
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Fellow Miami Herald Story: Hialeah shootings: Seven, including gunman, dead after standoff

Hialeah shootings: Seven, including gunman, dead after standoff By fellow Glenda Ortega and Miami Herald reporters Joey Flechas, Charles Rabin and Julie K. Brown The negotiations with the killer began before midnight. For hours, police watched as Zoeb and Sarrida ...

25 Jul
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Fellow Miami Herald Story: Number of anti-Semitic incidents decrease in Florida

Number of anti-Semitic incidents decrease in Florida By Glenda Ortega Published on Miami Herald on July 22, 2013 Anti-Semitic incidents declined in Florida by 20 percent in 2012, according to an Anti-Defamation League annual report. This is the second year ...

25 Jul
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Fellow Miami Herald Story: Hollywood woman aims for ex-beau, hits tree instead

Hollywood woman aims for ex-beau, hits tree instead Veronica Doctor Collier County Sheriff’s Office By Glenda Ortega Published on Miami Herald on July 18, 2013 A Hollywood woman is facing assault with a deadly weapon charge in Collier County after ...

25 Jul
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Fellow Miami Herald Story: South Florida’s rainy weather brings pesky mosquitoes

South Florida’s rainy weather brings pesky mosquitoes This 2006 photo made available by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a female Aedes aegypti mosquito acquiring a blood meal from a human host at the Centers for Disease Control ...