Marino Maali lounges in the backyard of his friend's house. His arms are covered with tattoos of Psalm 23, a coy fish, the name of his hometown, Windsor Castle, and the footprints of his son. His non-stop smile bridges the space between his ears. Behind his left ear, a hearing aid. "These don't e ... More >>
Like a lot of young women, Maria Gabriela Chavez is obsessed with chronicling her life on Instagram. Unlike a lot of young women, she's the pampered daughter of one Latin American strongman and still buddy-buddy with another. Yes, Hugo Chavez's youngest daughter visited uncle Fidel this week and p ... More >>
Jacob Landis had a bike, a passion and a cause. Since April, the 24-year-old Annapolis, Maryland, resident has been biking across America to attend games at every single MLB park with the hope of raising $1 million to help children who need cochlear implants. On Saturday he was on the final leg of ... More >>
Hearing Damage: The Rat Opera is one of those little artistic things that pop up that are so uniquely weird and South Floridian. Yes, it's an actual opera about longtime local producer and noise god Frank Falestra, a.k.a. Rat Bastard. It debuted last year at Tobacco Road and Churchill's, but if y ... More >>
via Ydomusch/Wiki Commons CC2.0 An example of a cochlear implantIn what was meant to be a feel good story, a local fifth-grade girl, Caroline Masia, won an NFL-sponsored Super Bowl essay contest after writing about hearing for the first time after receiving a Cochlear implant. Though the w ... More >>
A boorish mom, insensitive cops, and a deaf couple add up to nasty controversy.
On two Gables stages, it's substance versus style.
The Rewind/Fast Forward Film and Video Festival brings found footage and more to Miami
Lullabies to Paralyze Interscope
A wealth of talent takes the stage to help at-risk youth
City Theatre's Summer Shorts
AIDS educators are targeting a new group -- deaf gay men
A song, a video, an oportunity to help kids affected by AIDS