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Hector "Macho" Camacho Left His Mark In The Sunshine State

7 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
It was the summer of 1991. I was a teenager hanging with my friends at Hot Wheels Skating Center in Kendall for a concert. I can't recall who was performing, but I will never forget the flamboyant, muscular Puerto Rican dude in a tight shimmering silver mesh shirt and skinny...
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Juan Arroyo

Although his best fighting days are behind him, it's difficult to beat Arroyo for narrative arc. From rough roots in Allapattah, he became one of the best boxers Miami has ever seen. He's gone seven rounds with Hector Camacho, one of the all-time greats. He's been in Roberto Duran's inner...
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Lawsuit: 944 Magazine Refused to Market to Hispanics

10 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Yesterday, 944 magazine announced it was filing for Chapter 11 by touting how hot and sexy bankruptcy is. Well, there's nothing hot or sexy about one of the lawsuits that drove the company into bankruptcy in the first place. A California event planning company claims that 944 refused to market...
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Miami Art Week: Wynwood Street Art Madness Has Begun

7 years ago by Jacob Katel
If art is electricity, then Wynwood is a nuclear power plant, and millions of extra-thorough watts of creative energy are already pumping through the streets. Sunday afternoon we saw the rising tide of pigment rolling through the mainland in a tidal wave of paint. Here are a few of the...
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Puerto Rico's Wave of Drugs and Brazen Murders Reverberates to Miami

7 years ago by Michael E. Miller
Puerto Rico's Wave of Drugs and Brazen Murders Reverberates to Miami See the slide show "Puerto Rico Awash in Violence and Drugs."
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The Uneven Bars

24 years ago by Paula Xanthopoulou
Admit it. You caught Olympic fever when the torch ran by on the Fourth of July. And now the main event is upon us! The centennial Olympic games begin tomorrow in Atlanta. The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat. Up close and personal with NBC's beloved Bob Costas. How...

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