"Whatever happens, we feel we already won." says Palo! pianist Steve Roitstein from Las Vegas as he waits to find out whether his Miami Afro-Cuban funk five-piece's record Palo! Live will win the 2014 Latin Grammy for Best Contemporary Tropical Album. "Submitting the album was daunting. Not the pr ... More >>
PALO! may only have one album to their name (and a second one underway), but their ritmo y sazón has made a large impact in Miami's local music scene for the past decade. The guys and lady of the Afro-Cuban funk band was the brainchild of Steve Roitstein, who after a successful music career decid ... More >>
Art sucks. Get drunk. Music sucks. Dance harder. The lights are too bright. Turn them all off and let the bass drown your body till your heart rattles in your ribcage. Throw your phone against the ground, quit paying your internet bill, never trust a wireless modem, and check out these five Se ... More >>
Lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered women will be treated to two gastronomic adventures this Saturday and Sunday as part of Aqua Girl - a multi-day event celebrating LGBT women. Proceeds from all Aqua Girl events are used by the Aqua Girl foundation to distribute grants and scholarships to wo ... More >>
cu·bi·che [koo-be-che] - noun1. someone emigrated from Cuba2. derogatory term for a person of Cuban descentFor those of you unfamiliar, that's the definition of the word, as stated in the dictionary... or urbandictionary.com. For what it's worth--Webster, odd ... More >>
Juan "Buddah Funk" GomezAt the entry of Kimbaracumbara, a small restaurant club hidden between an art gallery and a Chinese restaurant in Little Havana, there's a painting of the Virgin Mary with a baby Jesus and three angels holding her afloat. Celia Cruz's song "Quimbara" plays in the background. ... More >>
The band plays Little Havana's KimbaraCumbara this Friday.
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