Revista Hispana Airs Sunday at 7AM on Channel 7 -WHDH
Coming up on this week’s episode of Revista Hispana, three Venezuelan local college students will share their stories and views on what is happening in their homeland. Ana Isabel Salas, Wentworth University student, Luis José Bechara, Northeastern University student, and Ana Carlota Haack, Bentley University student, will join host Alberto Vasallo in speaking about the political journey of Venezuela, malnutrition in the nation, and how this economic crisis affects them as Venezuelan students.
On the second segment of Revista Hispana, host Alberto Vasallo will introduce Nenatte Carbal from Carbal Investigation Services, a board certified investigator in Massachusetts. Nanette specializes in criminal defense investigations, and will be accompanied by fellow investigator Miranda K. Whealan, and attorney Aviva E. Jeruchim on the show. They will discuss the role of a private investigator in the judicial system. Nanette will speak about offering services in several languages for a wide and diverse client base.
On the following segment, Mohamed Ashour, the super energetic and proud owner of Jerusalem Discount Furniture in Lynn, will talk about his interesting personal and professional journey. Mohammed prides himself in owning a store with an incredibly diverse clientele of people with many different backgrounds that have all become life-long friends of his.
On the final segment, host Alberto Vasallo will welcome Maggie Lopez. Maggie is the joyful owner of First Class Salon, a local store in East Boston that specializes in hair, makeup, and bridal services. Maggie will talk about East Boston’s First Blow Dry Bar and her commitment to serving her customers.