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A blog where you can speak your mind about any related Haiti and Haitian topics

Singer Sarah Jane Rameau Vocal, Mental Health And Mentorship

Singer and songwriter Sarah Jane Rameau completed her album Lost Breed late last year and released the work this past spring. Catch this snippet of an interview I had with her, in which she discusses the obsession of creatives with perfectionism, her thoughts on vocal and mental health, as well as the importance of mentors. Kreyolicious: One thing

If you’re an entrepreneur, hacker, or consider yourself a techie of any sort, you should make it a point to attend the Miami Caribbean Code, a regional tech summit taking place June 24 in the Miami Design District. Think about it: you’ll have the chance to check out the stunning city of Miami and surrounding areas (say…Little Haiti, Fort Lauderdale

Haitian-French songwriter and singer Sarah Jane Rameau released Lost Breed, her debut album this past spring, and it was about time. Well, no creative should be rushed, but after being served with so much of her work like the song “Jardin d’Hiver” (Winter Garden), it had become almost vital for her to feed the fan base she had amassed with her lush

Los Angeles resident Trisha Therese was born in New York, and is currently going through medical school. As her Haiti-born parents brought her up in the Empire State, they taught her French and Creole, and exposed her to Haitian culture and traditions. Trisha Therese has made it a point to use her skills as a medical student to help some of Haiti’s

Are you a Haitian-American eager to find a way to help those in Haiti? Trisha Therese, a New Yorker born of Haitian parents, who’s currently living in the Los Angeles area, counted herself among those who wanted to find a way to apply her skills to serving the island’s population. Let’s find out how this medical student took action and fulfilled he

The capital city of Port-au-Prince will be a techies haven on June 6-7! The Haiti Tech Summit, founded by Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree Christine Souffrant-Ntim, will include more than one-hundred speakers, including actress Vicky Jeudy, venture capitalist Ben Horowitz, Google Accelerator founder Roy Glassberg, uber-developer Matt Terrell of Facebook.

Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean never ceases to amaze fashionistas and the fashion world. Have you taken a good look at her Winter 2017-2018 collection yet? Well, you’re about to get served! Ooh, and look at these slides! Stella Jean is now in the shoe business! Well, good! That Stella Jean Winter 2018 collection will no doubt earn her new fan

Placide Sanford is a New York-based ballet dancer. The Port-au-Prince born ballet wonder struts with the Harlem Dance Theater, and was among the dancers for that theater company’s prestigious lineup this past spring. This year, his career has him bouncing all over the place. Some weeks he’s in Utah, some days in Ohio, and other times in New York. P

Kenicha Narcisse is the ultimate beauty pageant queen. She’s won the Miss Port-au-Prince International crown, and now she’s the reigning Mrs. Haiti International 2017. Her laurels are many, but what goes on in the mind of this beauty queen. Follow PART II of my conversation with her. Do CLICK HERE if you missed PART I. Kreyolicious: What’s the best

Florida-based entrepreneur Lucy Dorlus has launched Bonjou from Lulu, a Haitian Creole greetings card company. Like many other entrepreneurial ventures, it has its challenges. If you missed PART I of the interview, CLICK HERE. Kreyolicious: How has becoming an entrepreneur changed you?I am a single mother, full-time school counselor, a part-time ad

Kenicha Narcisse is the newest Mrs. Haiti International. She’s absolutely beautiful and she uses the same determination that made her a pageant queen as a trait to guide her in other aspects of her life. Lean in and listen as she discusses the beauty pageant, self-image and her crowning. Kreyolicious: What made you enter the Mrs. International page

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