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Photo Gallery: La Griteria celebration in Little Havana | Dec. 7, 2014

Hundreds attend a La Griteria celebration at St. John Bosco Catholic Church in Little Havana on Sunday, Dec. 7. La Griteria -- a boisterous celebration that translates roughly to “the yelling” is a Catholic religious holiday in Nicaragua. Followers pray and sing traditional songs in front of an altar with an image of Virgin Mary. The altar could be placed anywhere from a corner of a family house to a big stage. It is celebrated every Dec. 7.

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Photo Gallery | UrbanPromise program

Local artists paint a mural in Wynwood to help children and adolescents as part of the UrbanPromise program. Now in its fifth year, the program benefits children in Little Havana and other low-income neighborhoods in Miami.

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