South Florida Access: Journey of a Braid, young voters, and what to do in Miami (includes video story)

By Monica Sofia LebroBrea JonesJulissa MederosKevin GonzalezCristina FelicianoTaknighis BeauvoirPaola Marcano-BolivarYuselys SolisValeria VenturiniAndrea V. GonzalezShane BrownAlejandra Garcia Elcoro and Nicolle Capdevielle 

South Florida Access kicks off with Valeria Venturini and Monica Lebro in “The Hot Minute” discussing the surge of coronavirus cases in Florida and the iconic Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, which looks in poor shape entering the Big Apple.

Danié Gómez-Ortigoza is an influencer and artist who spoke to reporter Yuselys Solis about her platform, Journey of a Braid. For Gómez-Ortigoza, braiding hair goes way beyond styling it. Discover its deep meaning.

Reporter Paola Marcano spoke with South Floridians about the upcoming holidays. What end end-of-the-year activities will be affected?

What’s going on in Miami ’til the end of the year? Reporter Valeria Venturini describes doings at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, the Perez Art Museum and Zoo Miami.

Although the presidential election still isn’t officially over, local government positions have been filled. Miami’s young Republicans and Democrats still have a strong message to send. Reporter Andrea V. Gonzalez has the story.

Original Article can be found here.

Published for the South Florida Media Network on 11.21.2020

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