Hot Jam: A Chilean Immigrant's Success Story

Hot Jam founder and owner Pamela Canellas performs on a Friday night at Crobar

Hot Jam founder and owner Pamela Canellas performs on a Friday night at Crobar, a popular club in Miami's South Beach area. Ari Shapiro, NPR hide caption

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NPR's Ari Shapiro profiles Pamela Canellas, a Chilean immigrant who began as a Miami club dancer and now has expanded her business into a sought-after dance revue called Hot Jam.

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