Last week, I wrote a cover story on the slow death of Cuban American news talk radio in Miami. As the Hispanic population in Miami-Dade has gotten more diverse over the past decade, the frequencies for hardline right-wing programming focused on getting rid of the Castro regime has shrunk considerabl ... More >>
Driven by shameless vanity and enabled by an obliging press, Maurice Ferré, unfortunately, is at it again
Rundle, Milian, or Pizzi as state attorney in '04?
Once upon a time there was this African-American surgeon...
Miami's non-Muslim mullahs are ready to forgive Castro's accused 2000 assassins
Posada Carriles is in jail -- again -- for plotting against Castro. And again, he's sure it's Castro's fault.
If you disagree with what they do, why defend their right to do it?
After a legendary career as president of the Miami ACLU, John de Leon is heading even further south
For decades Estrella Rubio has been a street-level general in el exilio's army. But her style of leadership, along with her health, is now fading fast.
What a couple of losers have to say
State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle should have coasted to election victory. Instead she's dodging bullets from the police unions in the political fight of her life.
The Burden of a Violent History
No ideas, no agenda, and a lot of glad-handing. Welcome to J.L. Plummer's re-election campaign.
Radio journalist Emilio Milian's persistent denunciations of Miami's exile terrorists almost cost him his life in 1976. Now he's fighting for his career.
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