Nearly 100 films from almost 40 countries at the Miami International Film Festival.
Few can surpass the majesty and grandeur that is Celia Cruz, but international sensation Lucrecia comes quite close. The Cuban born salsa singer, backed by a classic Cuban-style big band, gives passionate, high energy performances of traditional Latin melodies, and interprets boleros and jazz sta ... More >>
If you thought your family was messed up, just wait till you meet the Rizzos, the big brawling clan at the chaotic center of writer-director Raymond De Felitta's new comedy City Island. One moment, they seem normal, then they don't, and then they do, and then they don't. They lie. They keep secrets. ... More >>
The Rizzos are an average family -- two parents, two kids -- who make their home on City Island, an old fishing town in the Bronx. The patriarch, Vince (Andy Garcia), is a New York State corrections officer with dreams of being an actor. His wife, Joyce (Julianna Margulies), is a beautiful but aging ... More >>
The Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) has announced their program of films even though you, the general public, won't be able to buy tickets until February 19th. As usual, the 10-day festival has a strong Ibero-American focus, featuring many big screen creations from Spain, Portugal, and L ... More >>
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Drumming and gyrating at the Afro-Cuban Dance and Music Festival.
Playing music for 80 years and counting, Israel "Cachao" López is still going strong
Andy Garcia gets by with a little help from his friend
Ocean's Thirteen is a washed-up threequel. How much you wanna bet Hollywood makes a bundle?
Miami International Film Festival goes for the big picture
The days of Sinatra and Sammy may be long gone, but Miami's piano men refuse to stop the music
The Miami Film Festival goes global
Every Saturday this month you can tour Hispanic (okay, Cuban) Miami by bus
After nearly seven decades, Miami's venerable East Coast Fisheries closes its doors, and no one notices
The Hispanic Film Festival
Letters from the issue of April 27, 2000
In Miami the big names are trying to say adi centss Carmen Miranda and hola Latin jazz renaissance
Charity begins at Homestead