Just how significant has Miami's Central American population become? In the Honduran capital, Tegucigalpa, there is a small chain of cafeteria-style restaurants called Coco Baleadas. The first U.S. location opened quietly on Coral Way last month, and it's the busiest the small space (which once held ... More >>
photo by Jarrett Campbell via Wikimedia CommonsClint Dempsey and the national team are headed to Sun Life.Dear Miami: You're the capital of Latin American culture, a city so soccer-crazy that trying to find a free field for pick-up footy is tougher than sneaking an inflatable banana into a nightc ... More >>
via Art Lung's flickrJose Luis de Jesus Miranda, the locally based Antichrist behind the Growing in Grace Church/Cult, just wants to find a couple more followers to sport "666" on their foreheads and worship him as a Jesus-like figure. Isn't that what we all want? He's had lots of success with that ... More >>
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