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  • 7 days ago | Culture

    The 35th-annual Miami Carnival has taken on a special resonance after Hurricane Dorian decimated parts of the Bahamas.

  • 11 years ago | Concerts

    It's been 50 years since Castro took power, and still the stretches of ocean surrounding Cuba can't stop the flow of its people's creative juices. The second annual Global Cuba Fest pays homage to the continuity of this unique Caribbean culture by...

  • 11 years ago

    Even if you have spent only a couple of nights out on the local music scene, your ears have likely taken in the smooth sounds of Buffalo Brown's guitar playing. He is one of Miami's most sought-after axe men, in a typical night traveling across to...

  • 11 years ago

    Buika Niña de Fuego (WEA International) Afro-Spanish artist Buika epitomizes cultural and ethnic diversity. Over three decades ago, her parents fled political turmoil in the former Spanish colony of Equatorial Guinea and made a new life for...

  • 11 years ago

    I prefer to let my music do most of the talking," announces Miami-based singer-songwriter Deblois Milledge as she appears at the door of this reporter's house armed with a guitar, a mandolin, several CDs, and a promotional DVD. She slips the latte...

  • 11 years ago

    Efforts to persuade young Spanish national Lorena Villar to accompany New Times on a modern Cuban music adventure are met with some resistance. She listens to indie pop, not salsa, and she has always preferred mop tops to dreadlocks. But on a rece...

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