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Inside Poet and Spoken-Word Artist MrJeffDess’ Kreyol Corner

Inside Poet and Spoken-Word Artist MrJeffDess’ Kreyol Corner

The artist who goes by the name of MrJeffDess fits the template perfectly for what a spoken-word artist ought to Read More…

KADO: How One Entrepreneur Is Promoting Hand-Crafted Jewelry And Imported Goods From Haiti

KADO: How One Entrepreneur Is Promoting Hand-Crafted Jewelry And Imported Goods From Haiti

When Marie-France Merisier decided to launch an online store featuring hand-crafted jewelry and other imported goods from Haiti, the name Read More…

Kreyolicious Album Review: Rutshelle Guillaume, Emotions

Kreyolicious Album Review: Rutshelle Guillaume, Emotions

It’s always good to hear singers emerging out of Haiti. One such voice is the singer Rutshelle Guillaume, whose Jazz-R&B-World-blending Read More…

Jeff Policard On Music and Philanthropy

Jeff Policard On Music and Philanthropy

Singer-songwriter Jeff Policard is enamored with the idea of using his music and business know-how to change the lives of Read More…

How One Entrepreneur Hope to Change Haiti One Gallon of Paint At A Time

How One Entrepreneur Hope to Change Haiti One Gallon of Paint At A Time

Rony Delgarde is the founder of Global Paints for Charity, a nonprofit initiative that uses unused and left-over paint from Read More…

Album Review: Belo, <em>Natif Natal</em>

Album Review: Belo, Natif Natal

If there’s something that’s better than a cluster of fab grooves, it’s a collection of fab grooves tied to some Read More…



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Inside Poet and Spoken-Word Artist MrJeffDess’ Kreyol Corner

Inside Poet and Spoken-Word Artist MrJeffDess’ Kreyol Corner

The artist who goes by the name of MrJeffDess fits the template perfectly for what a spoken-word artist ought to Read More…

KADO: How One Entrepreneur Is Promoting Hand-Crafted Jewelry And Imported Goods From Haiti

KADO: How One Entrepreneur Is Promoting Hand-Crafted Jewelry And Imported Goods From Haiti

When Marie-France Merisier decided to launch an online store featuring hand-crafted jewelry and other imported goods from Haiti, the name Read More…

Kreyolicious Album Review: Rutshelle Guillaume, Emotions

Kreyolicious Album Review: Rutshelle Guillaume, Emotions

It’s always good to hear singers emerging out of Haiti. One such voice is the singer Rutshelle Guillaume, whose Jazz-R&B-World-blending Read More…

Jeff Policard On Music and Philanthropy

Jeff Policard On Music and Philanthropy

Singer-songwriter Jeff Policard is enamored with the idea of using his music and business know-how to change the lives of Read More…

How One Entrepreneur Hope to Change Haiti One Gallon of Paint At A Time

How One Entrepreneur Hope to Change Haiti One Gallon of Paint At A Time

Rony Delgarde is the founder of Global Paints for Charity, a nonprofit initiative that uses unused and left-over paint from Read More…

Album Review: Belo, <em>Natif Natal</em>

Album Review: Belo, Natif Natal

If there’s something that’s better than a cluster of fab grooves, it’s a collection of fab grooves tied to some Read More…

How Zafè Is Helping Women Entrepreneurs in Haiti Sell Their Goods

How Zafè Is Helping Women Entrepreneurs in Haiti Sell Their Goods

The founder of the e-commerce company Zafè Yrina Janvier studied economics and worked in the nonprofit sector for such organizations Read More…

An Interview With Maureen Boyer, Author of <em>Where is Lola?</em>

An Interview With Maureen Boyer, Author of Where is Lola?

There’s something about the writing of Maureen Boyer that gives you this persistent gut feeling that she has a novel Read More…

9 Questions For Judith Salomon Darucaud, Painter

9 Questions For Judith Salomon Darucaud, Painter

Judith Salomon Darucaud will be the first to tell you that although she’s a paralegal, she’s a painter first. “Painting Read More…

Spearheading A Green Movement: How Haiti’s Youths Are Taking Charge of The Environment

Spearheading A Green Movement: How Haiti’s Youths Are Taking Charge of The Environment

You probably have heard about deforestation in Haiti. Or perhaps, every time you try to find photos of Haiti online, Read More…

Seasons and Spices: 10 Questions With Celebrity Chef Manouschka Guerrier

Seasons and Spices: 10 Questions With Celebrity Chef Manouschka Guerrier

Ask Hollywood’s biggest stars who they have their assistants calling when they need their breakfast, lunch and–or—dinner plate filled with Read More…

Under the Spotlight, BaskerBen

Under the Spotlight, BaskerBen

In Kreyolicious’ relentless efforts to acquaint you with up-and-coming artists, we’d like to present you today with BaskerBen, a musical Read More…

10 Questions With Diana Gaitirira, Actress And Model

10 Questions With Diana Gaitirira, Actress And Model

The youngest of five siblings, Diana Gaitirira was born in New York but moved with her family to Florida when Read More…

10 Questions With Singer Rutshelle Guillaume

10 Questions With Singer Rutshelle Guillaume

In the endless quest to tell you about talents emerging out of Haiti, Kreyolicious is interviewing Port-au-Prince-based songstress Rutshelle Guillaume. Read More…

Kreyolicious Celebrity Style: Top 5 Best Fashion Looks From T-Vice

Kreyolicious Celebrity Style: Top 5 Best Fashion Looks From T-Vice

What time is it? It’s time to explore fashion as worn by some Kreyolicious celebrities. The band in question today Read More…

How A Fledging Filmmaker Learned To Follow Her Heart: An Interview With Myrlande Charelus

How A Fledging Filmmaker Learned To Follow Her Heart: An Interview With Myrlande Charelus

Myrlande Charelus has much to be proud of. She’s just completed the first year of a Master of Fine Arts Read More…

12 Questions For Comedian Kako Bourjolly

12 Questions For Comedian Kako Bourjolly

Ask a few people who’ve seen Port-au-Prince-based comedian Kako live, and they’ll pretty much corroborate on one thing: the man Read More…

Kreyolicious Celebrity Style: 7 Best Fashion Looks From Gabel

Kreyolicious Celebrity Style: 7 Best Fashion Looks From Gabel

Let’s get to know Haitian groups and bands, and isn’t fashion the best way to get a perspective of whom Read More…

A Conversation With Seasoned Writer And Journalist Danielle Pointdujour

A Conversation With Seasoned Writer And Journalist Danielle Pointdujour

One of the hottest and most prolific wordsmiths on the lifestyle, travel and entertainment journalism scene, Danielle Pointdujour writes for Read More…

Malida: An Interview With The Singer

Malida: An Interview With The Singer

In the latest installation of Under the Spotlight, I interview singer-songwriter Malida. The singer grew up in Boston (she was Read More…

11  Questions For Patsye Delatour, Visual Artist

11 Questions For Patsye Delatour, Visual Artist

The Greater Washington Urban League along with the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities were one of the first Read More…

<em>Rasin Mwen</em>: What Filming A Feature Film in Haiti Taught A Filmmaker About The Country

Rasin Mwen: What Filming A Feature Film in Haiti Taught A Filmmaker About The Country

Robinson Vil isn’t a newbie when it comes to filmmaking. Creating stories for the big screen has always brought purpose Read More…

When Sassy Singz, The Whole World Listens: An Interview

When Sassy Singz, The Whole World Listens: An Interview

Sassy Singz has got some smokey vocals. Want to know how smokey? When she sings her song “Control”, she brings Read More…

A Diva Named Diane Andrieux

A Diva Named Diane Andrieux

On the University of South Florida website, there’s a welcome message from the institution’s president about shaping the academic experience Read More…

Kreyolicious Album Review: <em>Anyen Pa Eternel</em>, Gabel

Kreyolicious Album Review: Anyen Pa Eternel, Gabel

The song that hoags one’s attention right off the bat on Anyen Pa Eternel—the album of the group Gabel—is the Read More…

Meet The 9-Year Old Who’s A Published Author And Runs A Website

Meet The 9-Year Old Who’s A Published Author And Runs A Website

Have you been wanting to accomplish a particular goal, but find yourself feeling unmotivated, stalling, or just plain procrastinating? May Read More…

Kreyolicious TV: How Haiti Helped Some Latino Countries Gain Independence And End Slavery

Kreyolicious TV: How Haiti Helped Some Latino Countries Gain Independence And End Slavery

In a past edition of Haiti History 101, Kreyolicious discussed the arrival of Simon Bolivar, Latin American leader and revolutionary Read More…

Kreyolicious Jams: How Phyllisia Ross’ “Konsa” Will Restore Your Faith in Love

Kreyolicious Jams: How Phyllisia Ross’ “Konsa” Will Restore Your Faith in Love

We’ve all been around the viper-tongued types who make the most disparaging comments about love, don’t we? Heck, “we” may Read More…

Watch This Video—Haiti History 101: African-Americans to Haiti Immigration Movement

Watch This Video—Haiti History 101: African-Americans to Haiti Immigration Movement

In his book Haitians and African-Americans: A Heritage of Tragedy and Hope (University of Florida Press), the historian Dr. Leon Read More…

Former Mrs. Brooklyn International Shares Wisdom About True Beauty

Former Mrs. Brooklyn International Shares Wisdom About True Beauty

“Want to gain some wisdom about being a woman? Ask a woman!” Uh, not sure where I’ve heard this quote Read More…

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