Poor Ozzie Guillen. Baseball season just got started and already the Miami Marlins skipper has inserted his foot in his mouth.The controversial Venezuelan born manager had the audacity to praise Cuban dictator Fidel Castro in an upcoming issue of Time magazine and all hell has broken loose in Miami' ... More >>
It feels like only yesterday that we were shaking our hips with Gloria Estefan in a record-breaking 119,969-person conga line at Calle Ocho. But that was March of 1988, Reagan was in still office, and Miami New Times was only a fortnightly newspaper, not the massive multimedia empire that it is ... More >>
If you always wanted to cook like a (dead) rock star, then The Dead Celebrity Cookbook is for you. This little tome of awesomeness is the brainchild of Frank DeCaro, who started collecting the recipes of stars gone "bye" after attending a "dead celebrity party." DeCaro, who was a movie critic on ... More >>
All photos by Laine DossWhen Hatuey beer was first brewed in Santiago de Cuba (birthplace of Desi Arnaz) long before the 1959 revolution, it was delivered with a block of ice to keep it crisp and cold in the tropical heat. The brew was named after a famous Taino Indian who in 1511 tried to ... More >>
All photos by Laine Doss Mango's Dancers in all their neon splendor.If you've ever entertained someone visiting Miami Beach, chances are you've been to Mango's Tropical Cafe -- the ultra-cheesy, neon-colored nightclub where girls in fishnets and leopard-print costumes shake their butts for ... More >>
Yo, WTF's up with Jorge Moreno? It seems that, aside from a seemingly isolated performance on last December's Victoria Secret Fashion Show, we haven't heard from the talented Cuban-American singer-songwriter in some time. The release of his Grammy and Latin Grammy nominated debut record Moreno sh ... More >>
Meet the Miami Memorabilia Collectors Club
A Colombian boxer, training in the subtropics, squares off for a championship
Did a financial switcheroo help sink the Grove Playhouse?
Seek out Tangerine for stellar starters
Bring together musicians from both sides of the Florida Straits, let them mix it up, and watch what happens
Dig what Jorge Moreno has to say
From Calle 54 to Calle Ocho
Is salsa bankrupt?
From the issue of September 14, 2000
Cuban Originals -- Desi Arnaz
This latin sensation is nothing new
Letters from the issue of April 27, 2000
Is the Latin world ready for Só Pra Contrariar?
A Post Modern Tribute to Babalu Aye
An Afro-Cuban jazz giant enjoys newfound success
Ricky Martin is in a show-biz tailspin. The boy needs help. And he needs it now.
Activist Luis Penelas, Alex's big brother, has been in Miami for just two years, yet he's already making waves
Marion and Orlando de Cardenas aided Fidel Castro when the Cuban revolution was still a daydream, not a bad dream
Two weeks in this town convinced L.A. comedy group Culture Clash that Miami needs a "mango colonic." They're right.