When one speaks of Hispanic culture in Miami, one must speak about Olga Connor. An indefatigable journalist and cultural writer, Connor wirtes articles about art and literature and a weekly column for El Nuevo Herald. Born in Cuba y educated in the U.S. Olga Connor participates in almost all the important cultural activities of Miami, which she describes with accuracy and perspicacity.
Sarah Moreno is a cultural and entertainment writer for El Nuevo Herald, the number one Hispanic daily newspaper in the U.S. Born and educated in Cuba, Sarah resides in Miami and has been interviewing celebrities and artists for many years. Her articles are read by numerous Hispanics in South Florida.
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Dr. Aida Levitan, President of ArtesMIami, Inc., was recently named the Latina Pioneer of the Year at the Hispanic Women of Distinction Luncheon in Broward County. She is a nationally known Hispanic marketing communications expert, whose opinions have been quoted in national and international media.
José Abreu Felippe., born in Havana, Cuba, lived a few years in Madrid, Spain, and now resides in Miami. His works include poetry, fiction and theater. His novel "Always the Rain" (Siempre la lluvia) was a finalist for the Letras de Oro Contest. He recently received the Gastón Baquero Poetry Award in Spain for his work "El tiempo afuera."