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Ediberto Roman

Whites Only...Perhaps More Than Just at the Oscars...

Ediberto Roman | February 4, 2016 | Miami
The question then remains, how long should we wait for the commitments for redress in our boardrooms, political chambers, and Ivory towers? People of good will and awareness need to insist on change--we must continue to write, speak, and if need be scream until someone listens and then acts.
Alicia Jessop

WWE Superstars And Divas Turn To Miami Children To Tackle Bullying

Alicia Jessop | February 4, 2016 | Miami
On a recent Monday afternoon, children at the Hank Kline Boys & Girls Club in Miami received a special surprise when WWE Superstars and Divas arrived on scene to talk to them about an important issue facing their generation: Bullying. As parents globally work to eradicate bullying, two new bullying...
Shivam Joshi

What We Can Learn About Society From Anjali Ramkissoon

Shivam Joshi | January 29, 2016 | Miami
The incident teaches us a lot about the interplay between the performer and the public, the patient and the physician. It teaches us more about ourselves than the one we are watching.
Tom Falco

The Cuban Sandwich

Tom Falco | January 27, 2016 | Comedy
Hmm, where is the ham in this Cuban Sandwich?
J.J. Colagrande

Rhythm Foundation's Seaside Sessions Is Breath Of Fresh Air

J.J. Colagrande | January 27, 2016 | Miami
Miami has long had an issue with attracting innovative music. Many national touring bands often skip Florida all together, unless they are playing a huge music festival. This goes more-so for jam bands, jam-tronica, jazz and funk troupes and other experimental or world music. Whether it's a lack of...
David Drake

4 No-nonsense Bidders Compete for Miami's Prime Property

David Drake | January 27, 2016 | Miami
Miami Dade College parking lot Photo credit: mdc.edu After shelving the development of its 520 Biscayne Property in downtown Miami for 10 years, Miami Dade College (MDC) called for a mixed use development bid late 2015. The College is looking to get...
Tomas Bilbao

So You Want to Visit Cuba 'Before It's Ruined'?

Tomas Bilbao | January 26, 2016 | Latino Voices
This view ignores the very real possibility that many of the qualities that make Cuba such a special destination can be maintained and even enhanced through sustainable development.
Yoani Sanchez

Sean Penn: Spokesman For Drug Lords And Generals

Yoani Sanchez | January 25, 2016 | World
The actor-journalist gave himself up to the interviewee, joking with him, offering his hand. In their conversation, it is the other who sets the pace and dictates the topics.
Tom Falco

Unveiling of This Year's Grove Arts Festival Poster

Tom Falco | January 21, 2016 | Miami
I got to kibitz with Cris Sweeny and Claire Lardner of FrameWorks on Commodore Plaza, which is having it's reopening party on Saturday, February 6. Claire said I looked stressed. I think it might have been that incredible orange vodka drink they had at the event.
Bob Woodruff

To Those Who Would Be Commander-in-Chief

Bob Woodruff | January 20, 2016 | Politics
As our nation's next commander-in-chief, you will not only inherit the care of 2.4 million active and reserve service members  --  as well as their 3 million family members --  you will assume the task of supporting 21 million veterans. What role should the government play in caring for our veterans?
Visit Florida

15 Things You Must Do in Tampa

Visit Florida | February 4, 2016 | Travel
Were it not for Henry B. Plant's visionary railway system in the late 1800s, Tampa would not have attracted the cigar factories and other industries that helped grow little port town into a bustling metropolis.
Tom Falco

Remembering Miami Snow; and the Newspapers

Tom Falco | January 19, 2016 | Miami
It snowed in Miami 39 years ago today. I remember it well, or maybe vaguely. I remember my father had a light blue Galaxy 500 car and I remember frost...
Arturo Lopez Levy

An American Missile Landed in Cuba: A Pro-Embargo Charade

Arturo Lopez Levy | January 14, 2016 | Latino Voices
The story on the front page of the Wall Street Journal about the American missile that allegedly ended up in Cuba, lost in Air France's baggage, speaks poorly of the Department of Defense. Not everything that comes out wrong from the Pentagon is a product of espionage or ill-will. Negligence does exist.
Jenna Elfman

There's No Such Thing as a 'Child Prostitute'

Jenna Elfman | January 20, 2016 | Impact
Crossing the U.S. border into another country to purchase a child for sex carries with it serious, automatic federal penalties. So why, why, why do we not treat this crime the same way for our children here at home?
Carolina Rodríguez Hernández

A Look Inside Miami Shoots Magazine

Carolina Rodríguez Hernández | January 11, 2016 | Miami
Ernesto Poblacion is the publisher of Miami Shoot magazine who speaks to the Huffington Post about what Miami City represents for him, as well his preferred destination in the city. Enjoy! Photo credits: Ernesto Poblacion Carolina Rodriguez Hernandez:...
Eric Minh Swenson

Miami Art Basel : The Perfect Storm (PHOTOS)

Eric Minh Swenson | January 7, 2016 | Arts
Overall, Basel 2015 served its patrons well, despite the intermix of nightly thunderstorms that dampened the hearts of the those who traveled to enjoy the warm waters and sun of South Beach.
Yoani Sanchez

The One-sided Paralysis of the Cuban Press

Yoani Sanchez | January 6, 2016 | World
The official Cuban press has tried to approach the country's reality in recent years. Several young faces appear on TV programs to report on administrative negligence and poor services. But even still, state journalism continues to be a long way from objectivity and respect for the truth.
Rep. Alan Grayson

The Gun Show Loophole: Common Sense vs. Nonsense

Rep. Alan Grayson | January 6, 2016 | Politics
If we're going to have laws, then they should be practical laws that actually work. B-b-b-but what about the "slippery slope"?? Ah, yes, the slippery slope. Yes, I confess, preventing felons from buying guns sends us hurtling -- no, careening -- down that slippery slope, toward... personal safety.
Tara Solomon

Getting Fancy: The Best of Miami's Gala Season 2015

Tara Solomon | January 19, 2016 | Miami
Miamians never turn down a good reason to get fancy, especially when our beloved charities are the recipients of the community's largesse. There were too many black-tie events to count -- often, up to four a weekend -- celebrating milestones and raising millions of dollars for causes dear to our hearts. Here's a look at our Top 10 Galas of 2015.
Lea Lane

The One Travel Resolution You Need to Make

Lea Lane | January 2, 2016 | Travel
This year I've made only one travel resolution. And I do think that it's the most important one of all: Keep traveling. So I'm resolving to keep on traveling in 2016 and beyond, and I hope you do as well, for your own well-being and for the well-being of us all.
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