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Sentir Cubano

In Spanish, sentir cubano means "to feel Cuban" -- as if living in Miami and consuming your daily dose of cortaditos were not enough. So maybe this Calle Ocho shop should be called Ser Cubano, "to be Cuban," because if you weren't already blessed by birth, this store has all...

Buy-Buy Guantanamo!

20 years ago by Elise Ackerman
Fire sales are generally reliable indicators that a business is in financial trouble, whether the firm in question is a mom-and-pop hardware store or the Pentagon. In fact, weeks before the federal government shut down this past Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Defense sent out flyers to international purchasers of...

Bring on the Cubans!

18 years ago by Judy Cantor
By ten o'clock the migration has begun. Thousands move slowly on foot through the humid night streets. They squeeze into buses or haggle lifts from cab drivers cruising in their compact Ladas and battleship Fifties Chevrolets. At the outdoor dance hall La Tropical, a line forms around the block. Some...

The Quiet Cuban

18 years ago by Judy Cantor
When jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba walks up to the entrance of the Van Dyke Cafe on Lincoln Road, no one wields a Cuban flag like a weapon, throws a bottle, or spits, the way protesters in front of the Gusman Center did the night he performed in Miami last year...

Art Basel 2006 Event Listings

Thursday, December 7 Abba Fine Art. ¬Sicilian Set¬ and ¬911 Revisited¬: Lower gallery features Sicilian Set, showcasing the paintings of Emanuele Cacciatore and photography by Tony Caltabiano. The upper gallery presents 911 Revisited, a mixed-media installation by Debra Holt. Mondays-Sundays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Jan. 10. 305-576-4278. 233 NW...
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