While Miami's history with rock and roll, pure rock and roll at that, has fluctuated wildly since Hispanic immigration began in the '60s, it has still managed to thrive in the 305. As in all instances of assimilation, many first generation Latinos rebelled against their parents and adopted the sound ... More >>
Some visitors might prepare for a trip to Miami by brushing up on their high school Spanish. Which is silly because most of the people they'll actually run into here speak English. Sure, the English here may be peppered with Spanglish phrases and local sayings, and is often delivered in the distinct ... More >>
Pitbull got robbed at the Latin Billboard Awards!That little chico Pitbull got robbed last night at the BankUnited Center on the campus of the University of Miami. And the entire world watched it happen. Well, maybe not everyone. But the people who saw Telemundo's broadcast of the Billboard ... More >>
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4200 calories a day and a Koran
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Did a private investigator lead police to Miami's serial rapist?
A list to nominate members for Miami's new Civilian Investigative Panel comes together in typical Magic City fashion
Corruption investigators are delving into the county commissioner's every financial nook and political cranny
Rigoberto Betancourt's life in baseball takes a seventh-inning stretch
Cuban pitching coach Rigoberto Betancourt threw Castro a curve by defecting. Now he's in immigration hell.
Juan Garcia Pino was obeying a higher law when he rescued nineteen family members fleeing Cuba. But a more mundane law ruined everything.