Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Valentina Palm

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Valentina Palm is a broadcast journalism major. Passionate about investigative journalism, she likes shining a light on community issues that sparks change. She is a student reporter for South Florida Media Network's New York City Bureau and is a staff writer for FIU's student publication PantherNow, covering student government and FIU faculty. Valentina is interested in multimedia journalism and focuses on capturing compelling videos and photographs to accompany her written stories. A native of  Caracas, Venezuela, she understands the importance of the freedom of the press and the responsibility of accurately reporting the truth.

Miami Beach’s dirty little secret, part 2 (includes multimedia element)

A Miami-Dade Circuit Court judge has issued a split decision, declining to dismiss nine of 11 charges filed against the City of Miami Beach...

El secreto sucio de Miami Beach: El canal de Park View Island

For the English version, click here. Omar Jiménez recuerda como todos los días, después del trabajo, saltaba desde su muelle al canal que rodea la...

Miami Beach’s Dirty Little Secret: The Park View Island Canal

Para la versión en español, haga clik acá Omar Jimenez remembers jumping from his dock into the canal next to Park View Island in North Beach...

Residents and contractors fight for the future of the Byron Carlyle (Updated)

(Para leer la version en español, haga clik acá) Manning Salazar still remembers when he arrived with his grandparents at the doors of the Byron...

Residentes y contratistas pelean por el futuro del Byron Carlyle

(To read the English version, click here.) Manning Salazar todavía recuerda cuando, junto con sus abuelos, llegó a las puertas del teatro Byron Carlyle, ubicado...

Trump está enfermo, Biden no. Los candidatos discuten el uso de las mascarillas.

De nuevo la pandemia se cruzó con la campaña electoral. El presidente de EE.UU., Donald Trump, tuvo que dejar la Casa Blanca  este viernes...

From streets to storefront, Spanish bookstore offers friends, jobs, advice

For eight years after he arrived in New York City from Cuba, Ramon Caraballo sold used children’s books out of a suitcase on the...
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One of last Cuban-Chinese restaurants in NYC continues tradition

La Caridad 78 is one of New York City’s last Cuban Chinese restaurants. The Lee Family founded the restaurant 52 years ago in Manhattan’s...

Pop-up university in Brooklyn features all-immigrant faculty

It was a big day for Roberto Garay. It was his first time teaching public policy since he arrived in the U.S. five years...

Former Hollywood woman recalls childhood tenement that’s now part of exhibit

Bella Epstein Seligsohn only sat to eat with her Holocaust survivor parents for Shabbat lunch on Saturdays. The rest of the week, they stood...