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Calle Ocho

Corner of SW 8th St. and 10th Ave. Miami, FL 33135 | Little Havana | 305-541-4616
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  • Crossfade: Calle Ocho
    Sure, the mamis of Calle Ocho may be the highlight of America's largest pachanga, but the bros are just as enticing. And unlike the ladies who come out to the street bash just to shake...
  • Crossfade: Calle Ocho
    Calle Ocho. The only time of the year when all of Miami's papi chulos y chongas interesting characters (two million, to be exact) gather en masse along a 19-block stretch in the heart of...
  • Cultist: Weekend Guide
    It's here, the moment we've all been waiting for. Friday is upon us like a golden ray of sun after a dark and stormy night. That strange feeling radiating through your bones? It's...
  • Short Order: Weekend Guide
    Wow! This weekend is chock-filled with festivals and parties and it's your choice. Whether you've got a major sweet tooth or beer's your thing, there's a party (or a fiesta) for you. From...
  • Crossfade: Ten under $10
    You know that feeling you got when you woke up this morning? It's called Friday victory. And to make you feel even more like a conqueror, we've come up with ways for you to celebrate the...
  • Crossfade: Calle Ocho
    Daddy Yankee is more than just a shade-bearing reggeatonero with a passion for mujeres Latinas ... The Puerto Rican papi runs a frickin' empire. The Big Boss is head of El Cartel Records....
  • Music: Feature
    Living the PLUR life, wearing kandi, and listening to that tiki-tiki music may be all the rage right now. But there's one pachanga that cranks up más volumen que Ultra Music Festival,...
  • Crossfade: Guides
    Living the PLUR life, wearing kandi, and listening to that tiki-tiki music may be all the rage right now. But there's one pachanga that cranks up más volumen que Ultra Music Festival,...
  • Cultist: Around Town
    After another soaking wet weekend, we're officially sick of summer. It's time to ditch the umbrellas and say so long to the mutant mosquitoes. Fall, in all its dry, low-humidity glory, can...
  • Crossfade: Calle Ocho
    Calle Ocho is America's largest Latin block party, where people from all over the world gather along 27 blocks to celebrate Hispanic heritage with music, food, and entertainment. Although...
  • Crossfade: Calle Ocho
    Miami is filled with interesting characters, to say the least. There's that guy who rides around on a motorized bicycle, that man riding the Metrorail jammin' on his violin, that dude who...
  • Music: Feature
    Little Havana rises with the cock. Sunlight gleams off her concrete hips. She revels in her hot and sticky wetness. As fresh, juicy papaya scents float on palm tree breezes, she burns a...
  • Crossfade: Guides
    Little Havana rises with the cock. Sunlight gleams off her concrete hips. She revels in her hot and sticky wetness. As fresh, juicy papaya scents float on palm tree breezes, she burns a...
  • Crossfade: Concert Review
    Calle Ocho is the biggest, livest street party in the whole United States and represents the real Miami to the fullest. Members of every nation including Cubanos, Boricuas, Nicas,...
  • Crossfade: Photos
    If you've ever gotten so high off guarapo that you stripped down to your g-string, draped your nakedness in a giant Puerto Rican flag, and streaked up the middle of SW Eighth Street while...
  • Crossfade: Calle Ocho
    It feels like only yesterday that we were shaking our hips with Gloria Estefan in a record-breaking 119,969-person conga line at Calle Ocho. But that was March of 1988, Reagan was in still...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    The late Celia Cruz said it best: "Quimbara quimbara quma quimbamba/Quimbara quimbara quma quimbamba/Ee mama, ee mama/Ee Mama, ee Mama." Rough translation: Get ready for Miami's biggest...
  • Crossfade: Video
    Little Havana throws one hell of a party. Yesterday's Calle Ocho festival gave a million people the best food, drink, and music on the streets of Miami. We fucking love this city.The Power...
  • Crossfade: Slideshows
    Like most of Dade County, Crossfade spent Sunday among the million-strong throng at Calle Ocho. We got sunburned, stupid drunk, and totally soaked in the sweat of random strangers. It was...
  • Crossfade: Lists
    Why, amigos, are any of us willing to settle for a world where Calle Ocho comes only once a year? We here at New Times say: "Screw that noise. We demand more. Perfectly greasy arepas, warm...
  • News: Feature Stories
    Around three o'clock Sunday afternoon, March 11, 2001, Manny Rojas savors a glass of Scotch and a cigar. He has been at work since 10:00 the night before -- setting up stages and police...
  • Music: Columns
    He who holds the camera controls history, leaving viewers to peek around the corners, wondering what's been left out and why. Fernando Trueba's loving testament to Latin jazz, Calle 54,...
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