Yasmine Kobt's deep brown eyes have a hard time hiding her real feelings about her restaurant, Mina's Mediterraneo. The large, airy space was a dry-cleaning facility decades ago, but when Kobt recently purchased the property, it was a skeleton of a building. In a project that took more than a year ... More >>
Latin crooner Marc Anthony is hitting up the Fillmore on June 26, but perhaps the more exciting news is that his opening act is President Barack Obama. The two are hitting up the historic concert hall for a fundraiser, and tickets are selling for up to $5,000.
Gloria and Emilio Estefan's decision to hold a swanky $30,400-per-couple fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee featuring Barack Obama didn't sit well with many in Miami's largely Republican Cuban-American community. Hell, Herald columnist Jackie Bueno Sousa even gave ink to the idea ... More >>
I kid you not. The multi-million-record-selling, Grammy-toting Nuyorican salsa singer announced in a press conference yesterday that he has bought a stake in Miami's beloved Fins. The deal places Anthony alongside fellow Latin music royalty, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, who gave new meaning to the ... More >>
If there's such a thing as Miami royalty, Gloria Estefan is undoubtedly the queen. Along with husband, producer, musician and impresario, Emilio Estefan, she's literally changed the landscape of the Magic City over the years, first putting the town on the map with Miami Sound Machine's run of ... More >>
One of Miami's best-known songwriters was nearly killed in a possible contract hit.
Daniel René, local boy and former member of Menudo, grows into adult success.
Here’s a sound machine for Gloria Estefan: the cash register — Ka-ching! Ka-ching!
Fate may make MSM and JD Natasha the new voices of Latin pop, but they couldn't look or sound more different
It's all about the music, drinking, drugging, and spontaneous consumer frenzy
Hot duo Sin Bandera brings Spanish R&B to the masses
Pao's Chinese is fine feasting
Miami's Latin pop and indie worlds collide
Hecho a Mano "Times Square Records"
Latin alternative music is showing signs of sustainable development
Latin Grammy Awards
Peru's biggest pop star is the latest cog in Miami's sound machine
More debate over athletics versus academics
From the Issue of February 21, 2002
From the week of February 13, 2002
Juan Carlos Diaz had a healthy escort business going. He was ready for the next enterprise
Wherein the author learns that Arturo Sandoval is not a trumpeter, old is young, and tsetse flies don't bite
We are the United States
From the issue of September 13, 2000
The emperor's clothes are wearing thin, as both his top songwriter and the Latin Grammys leave the Estefan court
If it ain't your party, you better fight for your rights
Los Rabanes go global with the Panama City style
So you weren't among those lucky few who dined with the king and queen? Consider it a compliment.
Is prime time really ready for Latin music?
Albita returns with some sugar for the soul
Shakira's Amphibious Tour 2000
June 3 - 9, 1999
Love him or hate him, Miami Sound Machine architect and Crescent Moon Records visionary Emilio Estefan is a major force in contemporary Latin music