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Ingrid Hernandez

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Ingrid Hernandez is currently pursuing her Bachelors in Communications, Journalism. She also works as an Undergraduate Tutor at the Center for Excellence in Writing at FIU and wants to work as a music writer/editor in the future. Outside of her studies and work, Hernandez writes for the music news website Genius.

In-person shopping returns this holiday season (includes multimedia content)

Last year Americans were scouring websites for all sorts of purchases as the Coronavirus pandemic limited nearly all in-person shopping. But as this year nears...
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Historic Swimming Hall of Fame contributes to Lauderdale growth (includes video)

Fort Lauderdale has seen massive growth in businesses over the past years, leading to more tourism and giving locals more to enjoy. The reconstruction taking...

The Power of TikTok: How the entertainment platform is shaking up music charts in...

Over the past two years, the popular entertainment app TikTok has changed how songs perform in the United States on music-streaming platforms and record...

South Miami commences electoral process for new commissioner

Following the death of Vice Mayor Robert Welsh on Feb. 23, four people are vying to join the South Miami city commission in the...

The Sunset 4 play the Beatles at Miami Beach Youth Music Festival

A band of talented young musicians is making its mark on South Florida’s music scene. Playing covers of Beatles music, the Sunset 4 are...

‘He’s an angel to us.’ This young Homestead man is autistic. His family needs...

Mario Arevalo remembers when his son, Harold, was diagnosed as autistic 23 years ago. “It wasn’t easy to accept,” he recalled. “We didn’t know about...

Safe Space Sessions: Fighting Sexual Assault in the Music Industry

Three months ago, Val Varela, a Miami punk rocker with short pink hair and a profane mouth, was scrolling through the internet when she...

Three best Miami musicians to discover this fall

Despite the pandemic, Miami’s music scene has continued pumping out new music. Three musicians  -- Rick Guerre, Monterrey, and Palomino Blond -- are contributing...