In Miami one man's art is another's politics. To wit: In 1988 city fathers attempted to evict the Cuban Museum of Art and Culture after an auction of works by painters sympathetic to Fidel Castro. Someone even detonated a bomb there. Then this past October, the city attempted to cancel a show by the Cuban dance band Los Van Van. The American Civil Liberties Union helped broker a deal for the group to play at the Miami Arena. Thousands of exiles protested outside as hundreds of police officers kept... More >>>