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Centro Cultural Espanol

1490 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132 | Coral Gables/South Miami | 305-448-9677
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  • Calendar: Highlights
    Life is all about the what-ifs. What if we had married that person back in high school? What if we had gone to a different college? What if we had accepted that job in Seattle? Who knows how...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    The so-called cultural diversity that local politicos always seem so eager to trumpet can be a misnomer. Though some prefer to ignore it, that ugly cultural divide that pits “us”...
  • Cultist: Around Town
    If you spent a month's worth of disposable income on gamer swag at Video Games Live this weekend (all in a fruitless attempt to attract a cosplay hottie), we feel your pain. But don't worry,...
  • Cultist: Around Town
    It's a new week -- a time to start fresh, clean the slate, wipe away the weekend's mistakes and bad decisions. Or, just count down the days 'til you can do them all over again. Whatever...
  • Cultist: Around Town
    Summer's over, and lovely fall breezes are finally blowing in. The days of dining on patios without sweat dripping into your food have almost arrived. But if the season left you broke and...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    If you’re confused about the difference between a traditional bolero and some swift-footed salsa steps, the new exhibit at Centro Cultural Español Miami (1490 Biscayne Blvd.,...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    If you ask Dulce Pinzon to define Gotham’s real superheroes, she’ll tell you they are the undocumented immigrants eking out livings as nannies, taxi drivers, delivery boys, and...
  • Cultist: Viral Video
    Christmas in South Florida isn't exactly your traditional celebration. There's no softly falling snow, no chestnuts roasting on open fires, and hot cocoa just doesn't taste the same in...
  • Culture: Art
    For Cuban art critic Dennys Matos, inspiration for his new video art show struck from the unlikeliest of sources: a treatise by German philosopher Martin Heidegger, a full-fledged Nazi. It...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    As art genres go, performance art is perhaps to most easily mocked. You know the stereotype: a guy in an embarrassingly snug unitard takes the stage and does the whole "cocoon-to-butterfly...
  • Culture: Caps
    Some call it "el tren de la muerte" (the train of death). Others refer to the rattling death trap as "la bestia" (the beast). Countless migrants from El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and...
  • Culture: Art
    Some call it "el tren de la muerte" (the train of death). Others refer to the rattling death trap as "la bestia" (the beast). Countless migrants from El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and...
  • Cultist: What To Do This Weekend
    Miami can be so annoying, bro. Irregardless of our broken English, poor syntax, and tik-tiki music, the Big Mango can be tremenda mierda sometimes. From shitty drivers to Pitbull's...
  • Calendar: Highlights
    If you’ve ever looked at shipping containers lined up at the port and thought, It’d be really great to gather a dozen people, break into one of those, and enjoy a weirdly awesome...
  • Culture: Theater
    On Centro Cultural Español's rambling patio, guayabera-clad men, well-heeled matrons, and curious theater lovers are gathered shoulder-to-shoulder beneath ropes of twinkling...
  • Cultist: Culture
    Last night's launch of the Centro Cultural Español's (CCE) Microteatro por Dinero felt a bit like speed dating for theater lovers. It even included some of the pitfalls of public...
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