Thanks to the government shutdown, national parks are closed, hundreds of thousands of federal workers will be sent home without a paycheck, and all federal government activities considered non-essential will effectively halt. However, controversial and ineffective government-sponsored broadcasts ... More >>
Read "Cuban Radio Is Dying Because of Aging Hardliners And Miami's Changing Market."On August 17, Roberto Rodríguez Tejera takes the center spot behind the news desk inside TeleMiami's studio in the Flagami neighborhood of Miami. The veteran Cuban American journalist is flanked by former Hialeah Po ... More >>
With Fidel on his death bed, journalist Carlos Otero is more critical than ever
A Miami radio station makes waves short waves, that is
With its severe new Cuba regulations, the Bush administration alienated some Miami exiles, but not the ones who matter
Mass transit trouble and coked-up greyhounds
When trade sanctions, bluster, and a few bombs don't work, you gotta try something else
The extreme idealism of F-4 commander Rodolfo Frometa
This is Miami's musical moment!
He may be across the ocean, but Czech Pres. Havel's Cuban-exile headaches have already begun
It's classics vs. jazz on public radio
Listen How Your Money Is Being Spent
From the week of February 13, 2002
Thanks to one show, an unprecedented amount of foreign news is airing in Cuba -- but it ain't Nightline yet
From the issue of January 18, 2001
With the FBI in pursuit, black activist Nehanda Abiodun a decade ago fled to Cuba, where she still dreams of fomenting a socialist revolution in the United States
Cuban immigrant Eduardo Campa writes darkly astonishing accounts of life in Little Havana
For Homestead's working poor, the thought of joining a union can be frightening. So how do you fight the fear?
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
Battling cancer, veteran pol Dante Fascell talks of war, Cuba, and a lifetime of putting Miami on the map
Unrepentant leftist, friend to Castro, and loyal Cuban, Max Lesnik continues to defy the ideological mandates of el exilio
Tenacious Cuban journalists Olance Nogueras and Lazaro Lazo were strangers in their homeland. Now they are strangers in ours.
With a vengeance born of extremists, the radical La Voz de la Resistencia show goes straight for Castro's jugular
Jorge Mas Canosa answered a journalistic hatchet jobwith a libel lawsuit. But now everyone is getting cut to the bone.
Jorge Mas Canosa says a Miami woman tried to smear his reputation and extort millions from him. She says he is the father of her child. Both have sworn they are telling the truth.
Radio journalist Emilio Milian's persistent denunciations of Miami's exile terrorists almost cost him his life in 1976. Now he's fighting for his career.
How a Miami businessman got rich doing business with Cuba - and lived to shout about it
Up, up, and away! With another $11 million in appropriations, TV Marti flies high once more.
In Cuba she was a symbol, the Madonna of the Counterrevolution. But in Miami, it's a different kind of fight for Paula Valiente.
Broadcasting cutting-edge bands via shortwave, Victor Garcia-Rivera sends Cuba a piece of the rock
Balseros and their makeshift rafts have become as much a symbol of Cuban culture as lechon, arroz con frijoles, and the Havana spleef