A recent survey asked Latin American citizens to choose the city in which they'd most like to live. They overwhelming picked Miami, with just less than a fourth of the vote. Which once again proves the Magic City really is the capital of Latin America.
There's no denying that the guy behind the Mariel Boatlift and the Cuban Missile Crisis can cook up a damned devious trick when he wants to. But did Fidel Castro really photobomb the Colombian 1,000 peso bill?Colombia has been rumbling this week with the conspiracy theory that a young Castro's face ... More >>
We haven't heard much out of Mexican pop star Paulina Rubio over the past few years, and maybe she wants it that way. The Latina superstar is facing a pending court case in Miami after locally-based CMG Entertainment sued Rubio for not showing up for a concert they had booked in Tunja, Colombia. ... More >>
Colombians turned out to the polls yesterday -- well, a few of them did at least -- to choose a new president.photo by Tim ElfrinkAll the Mockus graffiti in Colombia couldn't bring home a win for Green Party candidate Antanas Mockus.Despite all the early promise shown by Green Party surprise Anta ... More >>
For over 40 years now, clued-in and/or colleged-up Miami residents have tuned in to the now sound found down the FM dial at 90.5. Those, of course, are the coordinates of the University of Miami's own WVUM, undoubtedly one of the most adventurous radio stations in the nation. Like the majority of ... More >>
It's dangerous, but Miami is getting friendlier to bikes.
In general Miami Spice heated up late-summer dining
Cuba after Castro? Don't be left out!
Harrison's Flowers reveals -- that war is bad
What rock and roll owes the blues, Carlos Vives owes vallenato
That's El Nuevo Herald. All the news that's fit to print, as long as it's short, simple, and easy to read.
They were local bodybuilders with a penchant for steroids, strippers, and quick cash. And they became expert in the use of a peculiar motivational tool: Torture.
When infamous drug smugglers Falcon and Magluta won the first round, prosecutors vowed revenge. This time it's personal.
No hulking concrete slab at water's edge? No arts center hidden by noisy expressways? No bombed-out corridors of desolation? A dream, right?
Bulldozers. Pesticides. Fertilizers. If you live in South Florida, golf's threat to the ecosystem might get you teed off.
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?