Alberto Cabrera speaks pure Spanglish. He says pero instead of but. His grandmother is abuela. His landlord? Un viejo cubano -- an old Cuban man. His words drift from English to Spanish in a stream. In his family, he's known as pan con mantequilla (bread and butter). Twenty years ago, during a trip ... More >>
Few can surpass the majesty and grandeur that is Celia Cruz, but international sensation Lucrecia comes quite close. The Cuban born salsa singer, backed by a classic Cuban-style big band, gives passionate, high energy performances of traditional Latin melodies, and interprets boleros and jazz sta ... More >>
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They crank-called Fidel Castro and got busted. Now they're back on the air.
Strip mall magnate gets his own street in Sunny Isles Beach.
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Hialeah MC LMS brings the grime of his native Dirty Jers
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Clandestine meetings and a hungry press
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The Hispanic theater festival is full of Cervantes
Caught between Iraq and a hard-line place
Bring together musicians from both sides of the Florida Straits, let them mix it up, and watch what happens
The Cuba embargo takes it on the chin
Thanks to new local label Duque Productions, two of Miami's most talented musicians will finally be heard
Three decades after his parents sent him into lonely exile, Tony Gonzalez returned to Cuba to face his demons
And that goes for mothers of convicted Cuban spies, too
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In his native Cuba he was a film star. Here in the States he's just another car salesman with a dream.
In the island's countryside the land is lovely, the people are humble, and life is unforgiving
Little Havana Bike Tour
It's not easy driving a jitney in Miami. If the county regulators don't get you, the freeloaders will.
Ramon Saul Sanchez is an exile leader with charisma, style, and a strong sense of drama
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Roberto Torres is the leader of the band, the singer of the songs, and the keeper of the Cuban musical flame
Cuba's Minister of Culture Abel Prieto faces a daunting challenge: Sell Cuban culture to the world, but don't sell out the revolution
Before he was banished from his homeland, Diosmel Rodriguez sowed the seeds of revolt among Cuban farmers
Beach commissioners have avoided deciding whether to honor Jorge Mas Canosa. Now, time's up.
Forty years after Castro's revolution, the men of Alpha 66 talk tough but sometimes snooze
Miami city worker Caridad Rios swears she's never practiced Santera. Try telling that to the many politicians who befriend her -- or fear her.
Her name is Ivonne Lamazares. You've probably never heard of her. Cuban immigrant, good student, dedicated teacher, devoted wife and mother. Oh, and something else. She just might be the world's next big thing in literary fiction.
The latest dispatch from independent journalists in Cuba: Castro is cracking down
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Prize-winning author Roberto Uria landed in hot water in Cuba. Granted refugee status in the U.S., he must now sink or swim.
Deep in the heart of Little Havana, El Credito's expatriate artisans quietly go about the business of hand-rolling the creme de la creme of Cuban cigars
In Cuba she was a symbol, the Madonna of the Counterrevolution. But in Miami, it's a different kind of fight for Paula Valiente.
Miami artists share their wry hopes, sly hopes, and high hopes for the coming year