Chico Mann's new album, Magical Thinking, sounds like a mix of Company B, P-Funk, and every freestyle song ever. It's a sound characterized by classic machine drums, catchy synth lines, funky guitar chops, thumping bass, and party-ready female vocals. The Brooklyn producer has been making waves thr ... More >>
A South Miami-Dade baseball league is a potpourri of past, present, and future stars.
Farm workers earn nada in America's green bean capital.
He climbed. He saw. He hasn't yet conquered the mystery of his missing brother.
They all deserve one, but who will take it home?
Charo Oquet on the power of community and friendship
Crooner Victor Manuelle wears the Miami Carnaval crown at Calle Ocho 2004, but rapper Tego Calderón reigns
As the insurgents who have seized power in northern Haiti vow to storm the capital, Haitian Americans in Miami voice passionate, disparate opinions
Did NBC "professionalize" Channel 51's Cuba coverage? Or just weaken it?
J&N Records proves, ya gotta love bachata to sell bachata
It takes a global village to make Manu Chao music
All people within Miami
Rolando Barral's long, bumpy ride as the Johnny Carson of Latin TV
Salsa veteran Tito Nieves keeps up with changing rhythms
So much more than a meal
A dark look at the dues and don'ts of the piano bar
From the issue of January 18, 2001
Is Joe Arroyo losing it?
The "froggie-style" merengue-bomba rhythm is gonna getcha
To keep X-craved Miami Beach raving, Hasidic teenagers smuggled in pills by the hundreds of thousands
Miss Julie and The Stronger
For the Cuban cowboys of west Miami-Dade, restoring the Everglades means destroying their way of life
Welcome to Rancho Don Goyo, where the pork is fresh, the beer is cold, and the music is pure, rural Cuban
A vicious fight is raging among the high priests of newly fashionable Santeria, where Websites beckon and the gods are far from crazy
Angel Usategui used to judge paso fino competitions at the highest level. An ethics scandal put an end to that and left him fighting to regain his good name.
Dade and its municipalities have more sister cities than you can shake a nightstick at
Haiti tumbles. Haiti reels. Haiti tears itself apart. And Eduoard Duval-Carrie, one of Haiti's premier painters, chronicles the island's chaos on his canvases.
If good fences made good neighbors, Lazaro Albo would be the most popular resident of the Roads