Valentine's Day is all about sex, bass, and croquetas. Like Tina Turner says, "What's love got to do with it." And like Tio Pepe says, "It's a variety show, pipo, not a gang bang." We here at Crossfade caught up with Cuban puppet Pepe Billete ahead of the 305PLP ruckus at Gramps tonight for Valen ... More >>
After two years of delays, Alberto Cabrera has found a space for his long-discussed Frita Shop at the corner of Ponce de Leon Boulevard and Salamanca Avenue. Opening sometime this summer, the shop will be the first of several spots, he said. "It's going to be terribly simple," he said. We're thinki ... More >>
I taught English at a middle school in North Miami for a year. Every day I saw young tweens munching on hot Cheetos at 8:30 in the morning, and hustling over to the McDonald's a block away as soon as the bell rang. I knew their diets were dismal, but I hoped that somewhere between the greasy wrapper ... More >>
Yesterday, after 18 months of construction and $44 million, Goya Foods opened a huge new distribution facility in West Miami-Dade to send goods to Latin America and beyond. One of those present was president of Florida operations, Frank Unanue, a member of the family that owns the nation's larges ... More >>
A filmmaker's exposé peeves the sugar powers.
This last weekend marked the finals of the Eurovision song contest’s 2008 edition…. What, haven’t heard of it? If not, you’ve missed out on years of amazing spectacle, full of slinky costumes, little-heard languages, and some of the most painful strains of Euro dance pop we’ll never hear w ... More >>
Wish the Metromover would just get up and move?
Spanish troupe descends on Miami
Welcome to the world of Anastasia Monster of Art, where low art and the high life meet in an orgy of self-glorified kitsch
Wouldn't you love to rub shoulders with a man who has been knighted by the Queen of England, honored by the Pope, and appointed our local Liberian ambassador? Of course you would!
Domenico Modugno's moment in the American sun is to die for
What could be more exciting and fulfilling than the life of a consul? Well, lots of things, actually.