Charles E. Cobb, Jr. is the author of This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible. He is scheduled to speak about it at Books & Books (265 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables, FL 33134) on Monday, March 30, 2015 at 8 p.m.
Craig Stevens is an award-winning news anchor for WSVN, 7 News in Miami-Fort Lauderdale. A Massachusetts native and graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., Stevens has spent the bulk of his 25-year journalism career in South Florida covering stories like Hurricane Andrew, the Elian Gonzalez saga, the murder of fashion icon Gianni Versace, the […]
Leela Corman studied painting, printmaking and illustration at Massachusetts College of Art. Her book Queen’s Day earned her a Xeric Award in 1999 and was called “music to my eyes” by Scott McCloud. By Dina Weinstein Corman has illustrated books for major publishers on crafts, fashion, gardening, dating and other topics, and for clients such […]
Greg Allen is the Florida correspondent for National Public Radio. He is based in Miami, working out of his Palmetto Bay home office. By Dina Weinstein Allen has spent more than three decades in radio news, the first ten as a reporter in Ohio and Philadelphia and the last as an editor, producer and reporter […]
Theo Karantsalis is a librarian by day, a freelance journalist by night and a champion of open government all of the time. By Jason Parsley Theo Karantsalis is the associate director of Learning Resources at Miami Dade College’s Meek Center in Liberty City. Karantsalis conducts a popular internet research class where he teaches students […]