"Live every act fully, as if it were your last." -BuddhaYou wouldn't expect a small, hidden cafe on Biscayne and 76th to be a place of lofty idealistic thought. But with its quote-filled chalkboard and bookish bathroom, Gourmet Station inspires its guests.
A specter is haunting Cuba. The specter of zombies. You've seen all those protests and hunger strikes. Something's afoot. And that something is flesh-eating, pus-spewing zombies.That's the premise, anyway, of a new movie that will film in Habana later this year, called Juan of the Dead. In the mo ... More >>
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