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Pepe Billete's Guide to Partying in Miami

9 years ago by Miami New Times staff
See the full archive of Pepe Billete's columns here.Last weekend me and the guys at DeadFix.com were cojiendo tremenda perra nota at PeachFuzz, and we started talking about all the mistakes people make when they go out partying in Miami. The conversation was so interesting, that I decided to make...
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Pepe Billete: Memories of My Abuela

6 years ago by Pepe Billete
Fidel Castro is dead. I've lived the majority of my life under the watch of the admittedly impulsive eye of the exile community. I've celebrated Fidel's death in the streets of both Hialeah and la saguesera at least three times in the past 15 years, but this time the news...
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Pepe Billete's Advice to the Class of 2016

9 years ago by Miami New Times staff
See the full archive of Pepe Billete's columns here.A couple of weeks ago I wrote an open letter to Chad "OchoCinco" Johnson, welcoming him back to Miami and updating him on some things that have changed in the 305 since his departure to Langston, Oklahoma in 1997.  I was excited...
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Pepe Billete's Guide to the Best of Miami

9 years ago by Miami New Times staff
This week, New Times released its annual Best Of Miami issue, highlighting its editors' opinions on the best Miami has to offer. For the second year in a row, I'm the proud winner of the reader's choice for Best Twitter, yet somehow, the guy responsible for choosing it officially for...
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Pepe Billete to Host National XM Radio Show

7 years ago by Ciara LaVelle
It's official, y'all. Pepe Billete's gone national. The Cuban puppet with a mouth like a sailor speaking Spanglish is no longer just "Miami famous." He announced on Twitter this afternoon that XM satellite radio has offered him his own national sports talk radio show...
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Pepe Billete Takes On Cristina Saralegui Over Hypocrisy

Until February 5, Pepe Billete — the nation's best-known profane Cuban-American puppet — was the top gun on Cristina Radio, a satellite station that launched on Sirius XM in 2011. Then he got a pink slip. Pepe Billete Uncensored was a funnier-than-hell conglomeration of "political satire, sports, and pop culture.....
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Pepe Billete's Guide to the First Presidential Debate of 2012 (Video)

9 years ago by Miami New Times staff
And now, a video message from Miami's favorite Cuban puppet, Pepe Billete, regarding Wednesday's debate between presidential candidates President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.See also:- Pepe Billete: Miami's Five Biggest Sapingos- The full archive of Pepe Billete's columns...
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Pepe Billete Charts the Rise of Miami's Pata Sucia

8 years ago by Terrence McCoy
So there you are, three or four tequila shots deep, grooving on the dance floor, straight gettin' it on. But then, because you're dancing in your fave pair of five-inch stilettos, your feet start throbbing. So rather than abandon your sashay -- because that would be cray -- you slip...
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Pepe Billete on Bernie Sanders and the Use of Satire

6 years ago by Pepe Billete
Dear Pepe, I have been a big fan of yours for a while. I think the humor and laughter you bring to social media has been second to none for a long time. Your popularity has earned you respect and a lot of fame. This in turn has made you...
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Pepe Billete's Open Letter to Elian Gonzalez

7 years ago by Pepe Billete
Dear Elian, I'm writing to offer you a bit of the wisdom that was passed down to me by my Cuban abuelos, because after reading your comments in the interview you recently gave on the heels of your trip to Ecuador, I think it's the least I can do for...

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