On a recent weekday morning, in a small but impeccably decorated Coral Gables condo, Maritza Beato prepares for battle. At first glance, she doesn't seem like much of an insurgent. Dressed in a pretty blue blouse, blue beaded necklace, and blue slip-on jellies, her hair bleached blond and her lips painted an unyieldingly bright shade of pink, the middle-age Cuban-American looks more like the star of a telenovela. But beneath the mascara, there's... More >>>