You won't find tostones at Azucar on Calle Ocho. Nor will you turn up flan, at least not in its usual form. Suzy Batlle's ice cream shop, inspired by the memory of her abuela -- hand-makes ice cream and yogurt every day. The flan comes in three different flavors; pumpkin, caramel and coconut. Yet B ... More >>
Via facebook.com/surferbloodAmerica's 9.1 unemployment rate got you down? Yeah, we're pretty bummed about that shit too. But at least the weekend's here, and there's plenty of stuff to do that's under $10. Treat yourself to a free Surfer Blood concert, or maybe tackle $0.99 beers at Miami's old ... More >>
Is this the final cultural push before Miami goes silent for the Summer? This weekend has a series of multi-day events that will leave you scrambling to decide what to do. There's a porn expo, Haitian music fest, Mexican film festival, hip-hop conference, lesbian beach parties, and the opening we ... More >>
Tito Puente Jr."Go with your family, go with your friends, for good times, where fun never ends." If those lines sound familiar then you probably grew up hearing Youth Fair commercials too.Well the fair dropped the "youth" and is all grown up now. That means beer, concerts, and dancing into ... More >>
via Destroyio RecordsBorn to dude. Click for full size."Fuck the art scene, bunch of boojie motherfuckers. I do this shit cause I need it to live, not for the money." Those were the words of Fabio Destroyio on the front steps of the Freedom Tower after losing the Miami New Times Mastermind Awards ... More >>
Songstress and Miami native Sol Ruiz seems to go by a lot of monikers--Neo Hippie Rain Maker of Cuban decent and flower child of Psychedelic Cuban Blues, just a few of them (though admittedly the most catchy). The later is probably the closest thing to pass for a description of an artist as easy ... More >>
The only film that created "around the corner" lines was Jens Hoffmann's 9 to 5: Days in Porn, which had the unfair of advantage of cum-swapping.
CuCu Diamantes' solo debut CUCULAND is at once a breath of fresh air and a nostalgic whiff of a more glamorous time. It shimmers with the glitz and glamour of an era when catching a show meant dinner jackets and hair tonic, evening gowns and diamonds. But it also bares its teeth and bite ... More >>
A decade after Newsweek named him tops, Bill Teck is back.
Global Cuba Fest hits the Spiegelworld tent.
These guys are gonna make downtown shimmy. Ayayayayayay!
Latin alternative goes vintage with the re-release of a legendary collection
El Segundo (More Music Pub)
Childhood friends are spreading timba across the land via Tiempo Libre
Locos Por Juana are just like Miami: All mixed up and ready to rock
Una Sangre (Narada)
Fervent days, absurd dramatics
Cuban artists compete at the Latin Grammys like it's 1959
The Subtropics Music Marathon gives a taste of rare delights to come
For a Cuban band with no name, the moment is now
Guaco is salsa's best kept secret
Los Mora Arraiga
Letters from the issue of April 27, 2000
May 14 - 20, 1998