After locals were stung by the revelation that Miami leaders have known for two years that toxic ash is poisoning the Coconut Grove neighborhood surrounding its long-closed "Old Smokey" trash incinerator, city officials wasted little time last week confronting the latest environmental crisis. Just ... More >>
Jacob KatelCaribbean VendettaHundreds gathered in Jose Martí Park yesterday in Little Havana, tromped east on Calle Ocho into Brickell then paraded through downtown Miami in a protest march that heard just as many "Sak ap fets?" as "Que bola aseres?" alongside chants of "End The Fed," and "If yo ... More >>
August is officially Miami's month for drinking hard, and it's no surprise. This midsummer month is really boring. So we're encouraging drinking. You already know about the Cigar City Dinner at Sustain Restaurant Bar, but what else is there to do during the rest of the month?Make sure you hit u ... More >>
Ladies and gentlemen, Prunk TV has a helluva guest today. After the credits, watch some bonus footage of Charlie Murphy in Miami. He held out his hand and said, "I'm Charlie Murphy." I replied, "I'm Jason Handelsman." Directors, producers, actors, and publicists questioned my presence on ... More >>
Meet Jennine Capó Crucet, the next literary big thing.
Kick it with the homies at WAKA.
Luis Posada Carriles and José Dionisio Suarez Esquivel show their stuff and tell their stories
Check out events of importance to the community
Campositions gonna party like its your birthday
Sayda Trujillo remixes Chekhov
Our river won't be exporting any stolen bikes today
The lowdown on love and longing at the Leonard Tachmes Gallery
From high-minded to hype-crazed, book fairs have a rich tradition of coaxing out reclusive authors. New Times was fortunate to get a rare audience with the person redefining writing, M.M. Pascal-Paul.
Missing money may have detoured through the fire but comes back to the Key
Brazilian puppets billow big
Youth soccer programs score a golden goal
A wet but not wild riverside bash
On the natural -- and not-so-natural -- wonders of the island
Every Saturday this month you can tour Hispanic (okay, Cuban) Miami by bus
Little Havana celebrates summer, youth, art, and dance
Photos from Cuba, radio to Cuba
The Brazilians who were cancelled after 9-11 get a new hearing
Celebrate the fronds that make Miami a swingin' place
Max Lesnik and his group, Alianza Martiana, are reminders that not all Cuban exiles think alike
José Martí Park
Radio and TV Martí are supposed to remain above politics and provide Cubans with unbiased news. This is not a joke; it only seems like one.
Julian Jorge Reyes, a child of Castro's revolution, turned against his leader. Now he's taking on el exilio.
Libreria Distribuidora Universal
José Martí Park
A new report confirms that Radio Mart' has become a mecca of shoddy reporting
Welcome to the new Radio Marti, dragged into the swirl of local exile politics, more quarrelsome than ever, and growing increasingly irrelevant
Way back in 1998 the citizens of Dade County rose up and declared themselves an independent republic. Then the hangover hit.
As faith in the revolution sinks to new lows, kids in Cuba are getting high