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Miami's Little Haiti Caribbean Marketplace is now open every day except Sunday

Planning a visit to Miami's little Haiti soon? Here is some information that may of interest to you... The Caribbean Marketplace in Little Haiti is now open every day except Sunday.

If you are POOR an living in Little Haiti Miami, it's time to move out, you have no choice!

The last few remaining cheap apartments for rent in Little Haiti Miami are being demolished. Some tenants were given a 30-days notice to move out. But where will they go? There are no more cheap apartments in Little Haiti!

Little Haiti Miami, Haitian businesses now being evicted in large numbers

Suddenly the Little Haiti neighborhood is too good for Haitians... New projects are underway little Haiti Miami, rent prices are soaring and Haitian business owners, are being pushed out.

Miami could cease to exist within the next 100 years, find out why...

Scientists say the city of Miami Florida could disappear within the next century, our children's lifetimes. With so many Diaspora Haitians living in south Florida, this is definitely bad news. Why you ask? Keep on reading...

It's Official, Miami's Little Haiti is now an Official City Neighborhood

Haitians in Florida cheered Thursday at Miami City Hall when commissioners voted unanimously to designate Little Haiti as an official Miami neighborhood...

Haitian Radio Jockey Eric Cadet aka A to Z to be Laid to Rest today in Florida

Eric 'A to Z' Cadet, a long time Haitian music promoter and radio jockey in Miami's 1580 AM Radio WSRF, will be laid to rest today, Saturday January 7th 2011. Better known as A to Z to South Florida radio listeners, Eric Cadet passed away Thursday December 29th 2011 after a long battle with cancer.

Watch Haiti News on NBC Miami NonStop

YES YOU CAN... Watch Haitian News, Weekdays at 10 PM, on NBC Miami...

Haitian Joke - Lamercie Petit-Frere

A Haitian girl named, Lamercie Petit-Frere, was given a visa in Haiti to come to the Unites States. When she arrives at Miami International Airport, the Immigration asks her: "What is your Name?"