Ava Kadishson Schieber poses with Hoy reporter Azra Halilovic following an interview on Friday, January 11, 2012. Both fled former Yugoslavia due to religious persecution — Kadishson Schieber from the communists in 1949, and Halilovic from the Chetniks in 1992.

Yugoslavian Holocaust survivor revisits past in art, inspires hope

Ava Kadishson Schieber fled her hometown of Novi Sad, Serbia in 1949 when it was overrun by Nazis and later subjugated by the communist regime that the artist and writer could begin a new life and express her creativity.

Los cambios a la ley migratoria cubana fueron anunciados por el gobierno de ese país a medidados de octubre del año pasado. ADALBERTO ROQUE | GETTY

Acaban las restricciones para salir de Cuba pero no se prevén estampidas

Los expertos creen que el flujo continuará hacia los destinos tradicionales de los cubanos: EEUU, España, Canadá, México y otras naciones de América Latina y Europa.

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Los videos profesionales dominan los grandes éxitos de YouTube en 2012

“Gangnam Style” encabezó la lista de los más vistos en YouTube este año, en un periodo en el que los trabajos producidos por profesionales eclipsaron a los clips amateur..

Advance Illinois Board Co-Chair Bill Daley and Executive Director Robin Steans speak to members of the City Club of Chicago at a breakfast meeting at Maggiano's Banquets in Chicago, Tuesday, November 13, 2012. They presented the organization's biennial report, which offers cross-cutting analysis on the state of education in Illinois and grades the system. Advance Illinois is a nonprofit dedicated to strengthening public education in Illinois. (Heather Charles/ Chicago Tribune)

How we’re skirting around the core of public school reform

You can read the report online, but this was just my two cents worth of what was said and not said beyond the print of a glossy 30-page brochure I’m skeptical most parents would read anyway. Or at least the ones that should.