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Coral Gables mayoral race takes a nasty, ethnic turn

Coral Gables mayoral race takes a nasty, ethnic turn

The Coral Gables mayoral race this year already had an epic, Count of Monte Cristo vibe — what with the freshman, lone anti-development commissioner on the dais going…

Miami Beach has dueling Tuesday Morning Breakfast Clubs

Miami Beach has dueling Tuesday Morning Breakfast Clubs

Will the real Tuesday Morning Breakfast Club please stand up? After a short hiatus, the morning powwows will resume just in time for the election season. But we…

Mike Hernandez to stand in for deputy mayor at event

Mike Hernandez to stand in for deputy mayor at event

The county mayor’s newest senior advisor, his longtime mouthpiece and spokesman Michael Hernandez, will speak Thursday to an evening gathering of the South Florida Black Journalists Association. But…

Fresh Colada

Frank Artiles resigns and an old rival, Juan Zapata, could run

Frank Artiles resigns and an old rival, Juan Zapata, could run

Could El Zorro come to the rescue again? One of the names being batted around…

Frank Artiles resigns, but still needs to apologize to Hialeah

Frank Artiles resigns, but still needs to apologize to Hialeah

State Sen. Frank Artiles resigned Friday for having a racist rant earlier in the week,…

Frank Artiles must resign despite sorry-not-sorry apology

Frank Artiles must resign despite sorry-not-sorry apology

It didn’t take long for newly-minted Sen. Frank Artiles to misbehave now, did it? It…

Michael Gongora raises $70K — but not from Club Madonna

Michael Gongora raises $70K — but not from Club Madonna

Former Miami Beach Commissioner Michael Góngora is getting a good head start on his bid to…

Dan Gelber raises mayoral money fast, and spends it fast

Dan Gelber raises mayoral money fast, and spends it fast

The mayoral race in Miami Beach is going to be expensive as both candidates have…

Six candidates vie for three seats in Miami Shores election

Six candidates vie for three seats in Miami Shores election

The next mayor of Miami Shores is the lucky one among six council candidates who…

Sniffing the Issues

Joe Garcia to join Carlos Gimenez protesters at County Hall

Joe Garcia to join Carlos Gimenez protesters at County Hall

Former Congressman Joe Garcia will join others at County Hall this afternoon to protest Mayor Carlos Gimenez‘s directive last week to have illegal immigrants who are arrested for…

Will she or won’t she? Raquel Regalado rumors are rampant

Will she or won’t she? Raquel Regalado rumors are rampant

One of the biggest 2017 political questions in the 305 is will she or won’t she? We’re speaking, of course, about former Miami-Dade School Board Member Raquel Regalado,…

Dade Dems to choose committeeman in convoluted vote

Dade Dems to choose committeeman in convoluted vote

Local Democrats are stuck between a rock and a hard place in tonight’s vote for a new state committeeman, which would be a stepping stone for the Florida…

Joe Martinez moves to kill West End — and incorporation

Joe Martinez moves to kill West End — and incorporation

Newly elected Commissioner Joe Martinez is sort of on a war path. And there is no bigger casualty than former Commissioner Juan Zapata. Martinez has several items on Tuesday’s…

Biting Commentary

Protesters have demands for Carlos Gimenez on sanctuary

Protesters have demands for Carlos Gimenez on sanctuary

Somewhere around 300 immigrant advocates and social justice activists from more than a dozen organizations descended on Miami-Dade County Hall Tuesday afternoon…

Doral to seek nearly $4 mil in state funds for infrastructure

Doral to seek nearly $4 mil in state funds for infrastructure

The city of Doral needs about $3.8 million in state funds to finance or complete several different projects that are already…

American Dream moves along without any ifs, ands or buts

American Dream moves along without any ifs, ands or buts

As expected, the American Dream megamall project passed its first hurdle — if one can even call it a hurdle —…

Fresh Colada

Frank Artiles resigns and an old rival, Juan Zapata, could run

Could El Zorro come to the rescue again? One of the names being batted around for a special election to replace disgraced former Sen. Frank Artiles —…

Miami Voice

‘Neutral’ activist worked for mayor

The chairwoman of the Miami Voice recall PAC, Vanessa Brito, has repeatedly said she was going to stay neutral in the mayoral race and has been made…

Miami-Dade Mayor

Rep. Carlos Trujillo draws protests over anti-immigrant bill

Immigrant rights groups are not only angry that there is new legislation in Tallahassee that would make it a felony for illegal immigrants to stay in Florida…

Hialeah

Philip Levine’s latest lessons may hint at Havana post

Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine is now officially a trained diplomat. Thanks to Bill Cooke of Random Pixels for pointing out that Levine posted a picture on…

Miami-Dade Budget

Budget breakfast for Bovo & Seijas

Breakfast came with a side of budget matters Tuesday morning for a new county elected and his predecessor at a Miami Lakes Latin American cafeteria — and…

Miami District 2

Miami campaigner taints process

The political advisor of a LGBT group that intends to make endorsements in the Miami city elections is also the campaign manager for one of the candidates.…

Hialeah Election

Hialeah council losers not ghosts

While all eyes are on the possible mayoral endorsement in the Hialeah runoff election and who former State Sen. Rudy Garcia — the third place finisher —…

Recall

County commission races bore without Braman

In addition to the District 11 county commission seat left by Chairman Joe Martinez to run for mayor, there are six other commission seats up for re-election…

Hispanicize Wire News

ARTICLE: The Quality of Education: The Pending Homework in LAC

WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 24, 2017 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – Alejandra is a young Mexican woman, who dropped out of school at 16 years old due to family issues, and since then, she has been meandering through the informal sector without being able to gain an employment opportunity because she lacks critical job skills. In …

CHLI Announces its 2017 13th Annual Gala & Leadership Awards Honorees

WASHINGTON, D.C – April 21, 2017 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) will host its 13th Annual Gala & Leadership Awards: A Tribute to Freedom, on Wednesday, April 26, 2017, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, in Washington, D.C.  At this year’s Gala, CHLI will be honoring Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient, …

Todos a Marchar por la Ciencia este sábado 22 de Abril

— Participarán alrededor de 500 comunidades de todo el país — — Por: Karen Janett Carranza J. —

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