"His papi swallowed a bunch of pills and committed suicide. Would we blame George Bush for every suicide of an Iraqi in Iraq?"
Betrayed by the U.S. government and their own country, they want to be remembered.
Michael Moore's pill goes down easy, but his diagnosis of U.S. health care still devastates
He left the war behind to enter a whole new controversy
Castro’s Cuba brims with hushed anticipation, and paranoia
Vamos a Cuba has become an unlikely political lightning rod
Little Havana's chess connection vies for the national crown
A Miami Film Fest documentary about Chile's Salvador Allende carries a contemporary message
John Kerry once took a shot at Miami's Felix Rodriguez for his part in the Iran-contra scandal. Now the Bush family friend is shooting back.
Taking it off takes off again
The Miami International Film Festival, part two
A thorn in the side of both el exilio and the regime, Eloy Gutierrez-Menoyo waits for U.S.-Cuba relations to thaw even as his assets are frozen
A new documentary about Hugo Chavez plays it fast and loose
Man's worst friend is sometimes man
First, get unified; next, give out food
Last week's big soccer match at the Orange Bowl was about more than sports
Bring together musicians from both sides of the Florida Straits, let them mix it up, and watch what happens
Meet Camilo Padreda, dynamic businessman, faithful Republican, patron of law enforcement, convicted felon
Miami's non-Muslim mullahs are ready to forgive Castro's accused 2000 assassins
Three decades after his parents sent him into lonely exile, Tony Gonzalez returned to Cuba to face his demons
Wacky Danish cult leader Mogens Amdi Petersen was a guest on tony Fisher Island until recently; now he's staying with the State of California
After a legendary career as president of the Miami ACLU, John de Leon is heading even further south
In his native Cuba he was a film star. Here in the States he's just another car salesman with a dream.
In the island's countryside the land is lovely, the people are humble, and life is unforgiving
For years the infamous Wasp Network collected reams of data on Miami's anti-Castro forces -- and the sundry, sometimes bizarre, attempts to infiltrate them
Miami's revolutionaries may not be plentiful but they're persistent
Could Rick Sanchez, Miami's most notorious journalistic windbag, actually be an agent of Fidel Castro?
Bill Lara and Pedro Gonzalez have a vision: Unite Miami's small community newspapers as a force to be reckoned with
Letters from the issue of February 3, 2000
Miami businessman Hugo Cancio's musical saga of Cuba's greatest vocal group has taken the island by storm and is now headed here
Her name is Ivonne Lamazares. You've probably never heard of her. Cuban immigrant, good student, dedicated teacher, devoted wife and mother. Oh, and something else. She just might be the world's next big thing in literary fiction.
Smuggling goods into Cuba for profit requires nerves of steel, a flair for dramatics, and a strong back
Harleys in Havana? ?Como no? Every one of them is a vintage classic. And every owner an obsessive fanatic.
Casablanca had Rick's; Vegas had the Stardust; Miami's cocaine jazz age had the decadent Mutiny Hotel
Just ask WQBA's feisty Ninoska Perez, whose crank calls to Cuban officials have infuriated Fidel's minions. Miami's exiles love it!
Jorge Mas Canosa answered a journalistic hatchet jobwith a libel lawsuit. But now everyone is getting cut to the bone.
A foreigner explores the city, falls in love, and discovers the limits of hope
In the turbulent and often virulent world of Spanish-language radio, two things are certain: Fidel will be the debate, and Tomas Garcia Fuste will prevail
Two weeks in this town convinced L.A. comedy group Culture Clash that Miami needs a "mango colonic." They're right.
As one of the most acclaimed Cuban artists of his generation, Jose Bedia is already in the spotlight. But the illumination he's looking for is something slightly different.