Friday, February 23, 2024

Tag: Cuba

How a Cuban restaurateur created an Italian legacy in Sweetwater

Nicanor “Nick” Gonzalez opened La Nonna in 1995 and ever since, the Italian restaurant has been a dining staple in Sweetwater.  The restaurant, 117 SW...

ArtSpeak: Artist Leonor Anthony—Arctic Queen

Leonor Anthony is a Miami-based artist and activist with a diverse range of talents. Originally from Havana, Cuba, she moved to the United States...

Cuba says it dismantled human trafficking ring recruiting for Russian in...

Earlier this month, Cuban authorities say they discovered a human trafficking ring that delivered soldiers from the island nation to fight for Russia on...

Oswaldo Payá’s cause of death was no surprise to those in...

Cubans in Florida reacted with outrage to a June report from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (ICHR) that dissident Oswaldo Payá was tortured...

Newsbreak July 21, 2023

Fans show their support for Lionel Messi ahead of his first game with Inter Miami. Foreign affairs are impacting the cost of living. A...

U.S. Embassy in Cuba hosts entrepreneur boot camp (includes video story)

After the Fidel Castro-led Cuban revolution came to its conclusion in 1959, private enterprise became outlawed in Cuba. Since then, Cubans have had no...

Noticiero 31.3.23

Las muertes de 39 migrantes en Ciudad Juárez podrían haber sido homicidios. La fiscalía mexicana ha identificado esta semana a ocho sospechosos tras verificarse...

Newsbreak January 9, 2023

The U.S. Coast Guard returns 273 migrants to Cuba. Buffalo Bills Damar Hamlin is in critical condition as he recovers from cardiac arrest. The...

Why does Miami attract so many Cubans? (includes multimedia content)

Migration from Latin America northward has been common for centuries. In the last 63 years, a particular group has migrated on a massive scale...

Carlos Frias: from sports writer to radio host

Carlos Frias was reading his school's newspaper, “The Independent Florida Alligator,” when a particular column stood out to him: a “Where are they Now”...