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How a successful Haitian immigrant changed American medicine

By Shirley Dorsainvil When he was only 13 years old, an aspiring physician left Port-au-Prince, Haiti to settle...

Find Peace, Love, and Happiness with the “Chimen Lanmou” star, SASKYA SKY

By Shirley Dorsainvil + Photos by Richard Lecoin There are certain artists who cannot be lumped into a specific...

Award-winning Patricia Brintle and Excellence in Philanthropy

By Shirley Dorsainvil HAITI OPEN sat down with self-taught artist and award-winning philanthropist Patricia Brintle. Art plays an...

Haitian Heritage Museum In Miami’s Design District

In Miami’s Design District By Shirley Dorsainvil Outside of Haiti, Miami has the largest Haitian...

A Delicate Touch on Illness and Inspiration: An interview with Tamara B. Rodriguez

By Shirley Dorsainvil + Photos by Mackinley “Spex” Madhere Parents must worry about revealing uncomfortable information to their children,...

Best Western Premier: Experience Best Value, Premier, 4-Star Accommodations in the Heart of Pétion-Ville

By Shirley Dorsainvil Where safety, service, and comfort is a priority: Best Western welcomes groups,...

Wedding Wire Bride Choice Award recipient Marie Danielle Vil-Young

À Votre Service By Shirley Dorsainvil + Photos by Marves Amazan Weddings are times of...

Experience Bliss at Marquis Paradise

By Shirley Dorsainvil In the pearl of the Caribbean, a secluded Haiti beach resort lies on Haiti’s lush Northern...

“Princess Eud”: HAITI OPEN Magazine’s 2018 Hottest Haitian Woman Voted by You

By Shirley Dorsainvil + Photos by Hugue-Robert Marsan An 8-year-old girl practicing singing and rapping with a toy...

Millennials Bring Technological and Entrepreneurial Innovation to Haiti

By Shirley Dorsainvil + Photos by Sheri Tarr The world’s first black independent republic is an ideal location for a...

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