South Florida, where Ponzi scheme convictions are as common as jaywalking tickets. The latest Miami man at the center of a collapsed phony empire is Oscar Hernandez. While relatively small compared to other cases, Hernandez's $3 million scheme operated in classic Ponzi scheme.
Roll to Afro-Cuban rhythm during this summer concert series.
Overnight with an artist through the hurly-burly of the very rich.
These guys are gonna make downtown shimmy. Ayayayayayay!
Somewhere Hector Lavoe and Celia Celia – to name a few - are smiling and probably jamming as well. And Oscar Hernandez should no doubt feel a sense of accomplishment. Hernandez, the founder and pianist for salsa ensemble Spanish Harlem Orchestra, set out to maintain the charged fusions of Afro-C ... More >>
On his way out, Miami Beach Mayor Neisen Kasdin takes aim and fires
Two Latin jazz giants take new turns
Packages for the mid-decade wrapped in South Florida