Asked to name a senator he'd like to pattern his own career after, Marco Rubio told the National Review that he really admires Jesse Helms. Yes, Helms, the late North Carolina Republican senator with notorious and well-documented racist and homophobic views. He once called the landmark Civil Righ ... More >>
As far as Latin American dictators go, Augusto Pinochet doesn't get nearly enough hate in these parts. I mean, this is what Miami does: hate Latin American dictators. Philly has cheese steaks, Orlando has theme parks, Miami has its undying hate for Latin American dictators.Oh, that's right! Pinoc ... More >>
Gustavo Villoldo hunted the revolutionary leader. His new weapon: a $1 billion judgment against Fidel.
Have you seen this new, weird children's television program Fox News has on called "The Glenn Beck Show?" I've seen it only once, and Beck was harping on about how Obama was a socialist, and how socialism or anything vaguely like it is horrible because Stalin killed a lot of people. S ... More >>
A Miami Film Fest documentary about Chile's Salvador Allende carries a contemporary message
If you bump into Lucrecia Martel at the Miami International Film Festival, don't ask her about metaphors
Pan American Hospital, an icon in Cuban Miami, is fighting for life as it battles its own employees
A quick look at our amigos from Toronto to Tierra del Fuego
La Moderna Poesia
This film has it in for the cold warrior Kissinger
Chilean classics Los Prisioneros come back, this time imitating themselves
You've seen them at the clubs. Flamboyantly costumed, gyrating up there on a platform. Chances are good they're working for Pamela Canellas.
From the issue of October 19, 2000
Chile demands that former secret police agent Armando Fernandez Larios face justice for his role in the murderous Caravan of Death. But he seems to be safe in Miami -- thanks to the U.S. government.
An 82-year-old political heavyweight spars with a firefighter half his age, and the fans go wild
Chile's infamous undercover operative Armando Fernandez Larios has lived a quiet life in Miami. But his past is about to catch up with him.
It's downtown's swirling kaleidoscope of sights and sounds and smells. Where the Latin mercado meets the American enterprise. Where commerce thrives and clerks cut deals. So why would urban planners want to kill it?