1 month ago | Art
When Robert Moehling was just 6 years old, back in 1959, he tried to sell his father's batch of cucumbers on the side of the road in Homestead. He was unsuccessful, so he went out again the following day. This time Moehling handwrote in cursive a ...
2 months ago | Culture
When writer and artist Eurydice Kamvyselli was just 8 years old in late-1970s Greece, her schoolteacher informed her she was a Lesbian. But the teacher didn’t mean a homosexual woman — she meant a person from Lesbos, the tiny island off the coast ...
3 months ago | Art
From afar, David Best’s temples resemble a Western take on Jain or Japanese places of worship: thirty-five feet of cut pinewood arranged in mosaic patterns of swirls and flowers, reaching into a crisp peak pointing toward the heavens. Up close, na...
3 months ago | Culture
On a late night in 1976, Flossie Williams was tired and working another late shift as a waitress at the Denny’s on Biscayne and NE 36th Street. She was working to support her family, as she had always done from a young age. But on this fateful eve...
2 years ago | Art
As Miami Cubans celebrated Fidel Castro’s death on Calle Ocho in the wee hours of Saturday morning, Cubans on the island remained in a vortex of silence. Danilo Maldonado Machado, known as “El Sexto,” reported live from la Habana Libre Hotel in el...
3 years ago | Art
In 2008, Macaya Gallery director and curator Patrick Glemaud attended a climate-change conference in Uganda. There, Rwandan President Paul Kagame spoke of the catastrophic war between the Tutsi and the Hutu. Their war erupted over a politician who...