Miami is known for a lot of things: horrible drivers, corrupt politicians, and Speedo-clad Dolphins fans, to name a few. But the one thing that gives the Magic City its sabor piquante are all of the Cubanos, Dominicanos, Venezolanos, Colombianos, and the rest of the Latinos that call the 305 home. ... More >>
Whenever two or more Latinos get together, you know it's gonna be a party. So when a slew of Latin musicians gather from across the globe and make way to the Magic City for the Billboard Latin Music Conference, you know it's gonna be una tremenda pachanga. Especially when the conference runs o ... More >>
Nowadays, cakes are an art form, so any pastry chef worth her or his salt (or sugar) better be able to craft masterpieces. Local bakers Carolina Montoya and Fernando Puga, owners of Unique Designer's Cake, have proven their cake-crafting skills for the likes of Food Network, Art Basel, and the ... More >>
Go Rola with future Grammy winner Mr. Pauer.What do you call a rowdy bunch of Latin Americans showing up in Miami to work for your dollars?The Rola Music Festival, a three-day concert event featuring some of the biggest music names in the world that end in Gonzalez.Representatives include Venezuela' ... More >>
Celebrate Carnaval Miami at Little Havana's Calle Ocho.
These guys are gonna make downtown shimmy. Ayayayayayay!
Tego Calderón hasn't got time for a crossover
Take a journey to La Feria de Cali, one of the biggest music festivals in Latin America
Calle Ocho turns up the sizzle
Dig what Jorge Moreno has to say
Is salsa bankrupt?
Salsa Lovers Dance Studio
Grupo Niche says it loud and proud with salsa
Roberto Torres is the leader of the band, the singer of the songs, and the keeper of the Cuban musical flame
The latest from Ruben Blades
The Castro government is marketing music, and the whole world is buying. Except Miami.