Fidel Castro is not known for his brevity. He once gave a speech that last for more than seven hours, and his written works never exactly skimped on their word counts either. Until recently. Castro's column, Reflections of Fidel, which is carried in virtually all official newspapers in Cuba, have go ... More >>
Our profile of Victoria Jackson, Saturday Night Live cast member turned Tea Party-lovin', Bible-thumpin' Fox News screamer, was published in several Village Voice Media newspapers yesterday. Jackson made clear late last night she thought it was a "hit piece" typical of the liberal media. She sent ... More >>
Luis Posada Carilles can count on Julio Robaina.Hialeah Mayor Julio Robaina's political campaign contributed $350 to the Luis Posada Carilles defense fund. Last Friday, the 83-year-old Cuban American and ex-CIA operative was acquitted by an El Paso jury of 11 federal charges. He was accused of ly ... More >>
Robert Kelly certainly has the tricks of the spy trade down pat. He talks in mysterious acronyms, like "NOC" -- which stands for "no official cover." He refuses to have his photo taken. He talks about elaborate take-downs and ruses straight out of a Burn Notice plot.Getting the full truth is much ... More >>
Liberty City Breakfast from Miami New Times on Vimeo. Gus Garcia's feature story this week explores the world of Basic Training Delivery Academy in Miami's Liberty City. Here's a video detailing the Sunday breakfast ritual they offer free to the community. Click here to read the full article.
Add Willie Latimore's name to the Opa-locka Three
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Moreno by the Numbers*