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Miami's Six Best Latin Clubs

1 year ago by Laurie Charles
Miami is known for many things, including horrible drivers, corrupt politicians, and Speedo-clad Dolphins fans. But the one thing that gives the Magic City its sabor picante are all of the Cubanos, Dominicanos, Venezolanos, Colombianos, and other Latinos that call the 305 home. And if there is one thing the...

Castro Is Totally Dying This Time, for Reals

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Hey, have you heard? Fidel Castro might totally be dying! Seriously, some guy who served Riptide a café cubano on Calle Ocho says his brother in Matanzas is tight with Fidel's chauffeur's third cousin who told him that Fidel is ALREADY DEAD.Hey, it's as reliable a source as any on...

Check the Credits

7 years ago by Bernard Hacker
He boasts production credits for everyone from Lil Wayne, Fat Joe, and Juelz Santana to Smitty and even Junior Reid. He almost strictly uses samples, plus the heaviest percussion sounds this side of ?uestlove and Travis Barker. And he's only 26 years old, born and raised in South Florida. Yep,...

Duran Duran Does Boca

7 years ago by Arielle Castillo
Duran Duran boasts a rare longevity in the world of pop music — 12 albums and some 30 years in the business. The group's two distinguishing members, synth master Nick Rhodes and vocalist Simon Le Bon, still speak to each other. Fans have accustomed themselves to the periodic, reptilian sloughing...

No Band Is an Island

8 years ago by Julienne Gage
In 1998 I traveled to Cuba to study guitar as part of my graduate studies in cultural anthropology. I was hoping to get a better grasp of the socially conscious Nueva Trova folk music movement, but within a few weeks I was itching to discover something more intense than the...
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