Volume 5, Number 1 - August 25, 2014

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MDC TV Creole Language Show Aims to Impact and Inspire Haitian Students

MDC TV Creole Language Show Aims to Impact and Inspire Haitian Students

James Pierre’s one-on-one interviews with seasoned professionals and successful students is the first Creole-language TV show on the College network.


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    All Dolled Up: Fans go to great lengths to dress to impress at Supercon 2014. IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER


  • Meat

    Got Beef: A Texas specialty, beef brisket from Hutchins, is smoked for almost half a day before being sliced and served with tangy and spicy sauce. GREGORY CASTILLO/THE REPORTER


  • on the stairs

    The Girl In Yellow: Adriana Tercilla struts her stuff as Mami Tomoe from Puello Magi Madoko Magica. IRMA GUTIERREZ/THE REPORTER


  • dancers1 Break a Leg: A dancer who performs under the name Zeku shows off his dance moves at Catalyst, a nonprofit organization that supports independent artists. The Miami native attends a charter school in Little Havana. ANGELA DELGADO\THE REPORTER. 
  • kid Hi Puddin’: Kara Adelyne Viciedo has enjoyed cosplaying Mini Harley Quinn at conventions since she was 3-years-old. Now 5, she has cosplayed more than a dozen characters. IRMA GUTIERREZ\THE REPORTER . 

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