On a warm morning in March, trash blows across a sidewalk in east Little Havana as a bus screeches to a halt in front of an empty restaurant. Its windows are too dark and dusty to see inside, but a banner near the roof offers signs of life: "Coming Soon: Raúl Galindo's Original Latin American." An old man slowly saunters through the crowd boarding the bus and up to the store. As he pushes open the door, Raúl Galindo... More >>>