Sunday, July 14, 2024

Gabriela Salinas

Gabriela Salinas
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Gabriela Salinas is a bilingual student journalist at Florida International University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Digital Journalism on a pre-law track. She has gained experience in the legal and communications field through internships at the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office and the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.

At the center of the new Bad Boys movie is Miami

If you are thinking of seeing the summer blockbuster hit, “Bad Boy: Ride or Die”, which was released on June 7, you should really know...

Koala-themed sports league reconnects Northwest Miami-Dade community

A sports league named after a cute marsupial has taken the Northwest Miami-Dade County area by storm and is connecting the local community. Koala Sports...

The rise of the newest trade: sneaker resale

Traditional Footlocker and Nike stores are no longer where consumers are looking to shop for sneakers. People are turning away from larger companies and...

Environmentalists, businesses, and volunteers push to make Miami environmentally conscious

Miami, a tourist hotspot year-round, is home to beautiful island-like scenery. Endless beaches and palm trees surround the city, but millions of tourists who...

Miami’s underground craftsmen break into their own space in the mainstream world

Hidden behind the fast fashion trends and the mainstream media world, there is an underground community thriving on a shared love for craftsmanship and...

Beauty is pain: A new lash practice takes this literally

The beauty industry is taking lashing to a new extreme. Now, it entails women laying down with their eyes taped closed for two hours...

It takes a village to clean up after Ultra

When 150,000 electronic dance music lovers gather in Bayfront Park this weekend for Ultra, a smaller crowd will be preparing for what they leave...

Miami Greenovation (includes audio story)

The Miami Greenovation podcast aims to promote sustainable and responsible tourism in Miami. We talk to experts about the eco-friendly tactics being put into...

In a hotspot for human trafficking, this organization is fighting back

In a cookie-cutter neighborhood in the heart of South Miami-Dade County,  a simple house has become a hub of healing for victims of human...

An organization’s fight against fentanyl epidemic

Luna Plaza, a homeless outreach worker, recounts a deep conversation with an elderly Jamaican woman she met in Overtown.  The woman, Plaza says, was ensnared...