Haitian-American Tahisha Solages was on ABC’s The Chew last week to share her Creole Spice Wings recipe. Watch the full video. You can follow along by reading the recipe on the show’s website.
Just after the terrible earthquake that devastated the country on Jan. 12, 2010, while traditional media no longer worked, and that no one could reach the country, Carel Pedre became one of the only sources of information reliable on-site through the use of social networks.
In an exciting talk for the first TEDxPointeàPitre, the Haitian media personality and social media mogul Carel Pedre recounts his experience, and how the use of social networks can encourage the emergence of citizen actions relevant … and save lives.
Haitian comedian, actor and radio personality Aubry Blague played Santa in Croix-des-Prés, Haiti on Thursday December 24. The “Café au Lait, Bien Sucré” actor came bearing gifts of toys and stuffed animals. He also took time out to pose for photos with the kids.
17 year-old Sebastian Giscard Pierre is once again making headlines for his talent. The Haitian-American pianist has been awarded several accolades, but in 2016 it is his return to Carnegie Hall that is taking center stage.
Carimi is currently the most popular Haitian band on Spotify, with nearly 18 thousand monthly listeners. That puts them ahead of T-Vice (13.2K) and Harmonik (8.7K) on the streaming service.
Carimi’s lead singer Mickael Guirand took to Instagram to reveal the real reason why he took a break from one of the most popular Haitian bands.
Guirand said that he’s been mentally and physically drained for a while now and needed some time off. He also thanked Mikaben for replacing him while he was away and added “For the record Mika never wanted the gigg full time.”
Welcome back Mike! Read Mickael Guirand’s full Instagram post below: