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The Salsa Wars

14 years ago by Kathy Glasgow
Just before midnight on Saturday, July 21, Jacira Castro sat down at her computer to check her e-mail one last time before going to bed. Up came the homepage of the Internet site she publishes. But it wasn't her homepage. In huge type here's what she saw: "THIS IS A...

Salsa's Past as Prologue

17 years ago by Judy Cantor
When Buena Vista Social Club garnered the award for Best Tropical Latin Performance at the recent Grammy ceremonies, American guitarist Ry Cooder, who produced the album of traditional Cuban music performed by a seasoned supergroup in Havana, took home the trophy. But in Cuba the prize was seen as a...

Marlow Rosado's Grammy-Nominated Salsa Coming to PAX Miami

2 years ago by Victor Gonzalez
For less than what'd it cost to sit in the last row of the American Airlines Arena to say that you saw Taylor Swift live and in-person, you and a date can dance rueda mere yards from Puerto Rican-born, Miami-based salsero Marlow Rosado. Apples to oranges, you say? Well, they're...

DJ Seasunz: A Murder Kills a Nightlife Scene

3 years ago by Jon Tayler
DJ Seasunz: A Murder Kills a Nightlife Scene Slide show: DJ Seasunz: Murder Ends Miami's All-Ages Club Scene. More photos: DJ Seasunz: Murder Ends Miami's All-Ages Club Scene.

Top Ten Artworks from Art Basel Miami Beach, Plus an Award for Best-Dressed

4 years ago by Amanda McCorquodale
With all its skulls and sparkles, Art Basel is dangerously close to resembling an Ed Hardy T-shirt. Those were two big trends we saw at yesterday's Basel Vernissage as we gawked at 2,000 artists and weaved between celebrity land mines such as Isabella Rossellini and Michael Stipe. Thankfully, the fair's...
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