The biggest identity theft case ever. Right here in Miami.
Gustavo Villoldo hunted the revolutionary leader. His new weapon: a $1 billion judgment against Fidel.
Vamos a Cuba has become an unlikely political lightning rod
Clandestine meetings and a hungry press
With its severe new Cuba regulations, the Bush administration alienated some Miami exiles, but not the ones who matter
Driven by shameless vanity and enabled by an obliging press, Maurice Ferré, unfortunately, is at it again
Will a starry-eyed proposal for renovating Monument Island burn out before its time?
After the Catholic Church banished him, Cuba welcomed him. But the vibrant new life George Zirwas created for himself soon ended in tragic death.
What's $28 million a year and added jobs for the poorest American city mean next to big cubanismo, bro?
When trade sanctions, bluster, and a few bombs don't work, you gotta try something else
The extreme idealism of F-4 commander Rodolfo Frometa
The sad saga of how the feds hounded a senior citizen over, what else, Cuba
Vicente Lopez was almost the Cuban Koufax
Hamas is as close as Ecuador. And they're arguing about American targets.
Posada Carriles is in jail -- again -- for plotting against Castro. And again, he's sure it's Castro's fault.
Did Demetrio Perez, Jr.'s Libre really produce this book?
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
Issac Delgado returns to a kinder, gentler Miami
After being banned in Cuba, kickboxing is making a run for South Florida fight fans
With the FBI in pursuit, black activist Nehanda Abiodun a decade ago fled to Cuba, where she still dreams of fomenting a socialist revolution in the United States
When the feds snatched Elian, Radio Martí should have been first with the news to Cuba. Instead its director quit in protest and chaos reigned.
Miami boasts a boxing legend who has kept on swinging through good times and bad. He's the king of the clubs. He's Tuto Zabala.
Letters from the issue of July 13, 2000
Julian Jorge Reyes, a child of Castro's revolution, turned against his leader. Now he's taking on el exilio.
Ramon Saul Sanchez is an exile leader with charisma, style, and a strong sense of drama
A Modest Proposal for Elian Gonzalez
Threats and Violence Lead to Tragedy
Maybe it takes an ego as big as the ocean to think you can swim underwater from Havana to Miami. Especially if you're 75 years old.
Letters from the issue of January 27, 2000
Despite recent deaths and a federal crackdown, smugglers continue the dangerous business of transporting Cubans to Miami
The island's new wave of artists is abuzz about an exhibit that will be seen throughout the United States -- though probably not in Miami
Forty years after Castro's revolution, the men of Alpha 66 talk tough but sometimes snooze
Cuban salsero Issac Delgado played Miami without incident. Then the government accused him of breaking the law.
Miami businessman Hugo Cancio's musical saga of Cuba's greatest vocal group has taken the island by storm and is now headed here
After years of playing Papa to Hemingway, the island of Bimini, and his own troubled brood, Capt. Harcourt Neville Brown is laid to rest
No money. No filmmaking experience. No hope for commercial success. Minor details didn't stop Joe Cardona and Alex Anton from exploring their Cuban heritage.
Just ask WQBA's feisty Ninoska Perez, whose crank calls to Cuban officials have infuriated Fidel's minions. Miami's exiles love it!
Radio Marti: Ethics in Exile
Creating an artificial reef is no longer a slam-dunk affair, despite an abundance of missile sites, water towers, and wanna-be philanthropists
Miami kayaker Miguel Hernandez was having the time of his life on a solo voyage to Cuba -- until a multinational team of drug cops crashed the party
Is Willy Chirino's new video too controversial for local audiences? Nobody seems more worried than Willy Chirino.
You may admire him or you may find him disgusting. But at least you've got to hand it to him: Jorge Mas Canosa has got clout.
Tony Bryant is a black militant, a hijacker, a survivor of Cuban prisons, and a Castro-hating commando. And don't you forget it.