Monday, April 15, 2024

Alejandra Carralero

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Alejandra Carralero is a Miami based senior majoring in digital journalism.  She has passion for cats (especially hers), the environment, and artsy movies. After graduating she hopes to travel the world to search for interesting stories the world needs to hear.

Sold-out NAHJ convention offered ‘many different perspectives’ in heart of Miami

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ convention took center stage at the InterContinental Miami Hotel this month, offering a platform for aspiring journalists from...

Future of Hispanic journalism takes center stage at this week’s NAHJ conference

The highly anticipated National Association of Hispanic Journalists conference will take place at Miami's InterContinental Hotel this week. The 39th annual convention, which runs from...

A Grove institution: Revolution Bicycle Services

Since 1997, Danny Lovett has been the sole owner and employee of Revolution Bicycle Services. The quaint repair shop on Florentino Plaza is cluttered...

Unconventional yoga class adds a twist to traditional practice

From Boca Raton to West Kendall, people have come from all over South Florida to Hialeah for this free yoga experience. With a giant,...

Grove Fit suspended for the summer

Natalie Morales teaches Yoga Wednesdays outdoors in Peacock Park to hundreds. Backed by the Coconut Grove Business Improvement District (BID), the class draws people...

“Mummies of the World” rolls into the Frost Museum downtown 

Visitors to downtown Miami’s Frost Museum’s newest exhibition, “Mummies of the World,” should prepare to encounter real shrunken heads as well as a mummified...

Casa Crea welcomes the artistic, gay community with open arms

This past Thursday, May 11, an art collective called Casa Crea celebrated its 27th event with an open lounge in an Edgewater warehouse. About...