Thursday, July 18, 2024

Tag: Cuban

Cubans running out of cash as inflation in the country escalates...

Cuba’s current economic crisis has left the country in a state of decline, unlike anything the island has seen in the past three decades. The...

Jimmy Cordovez illuminates artistic innovation

Nestled between the mangroves of an eclectic hub of shops formed out of an oldrailroad town where peacocks croon lies a store in which...

Organizations assist with migrant influx as Title 42 end approaches (includes...

A park in downtown San Antonio has turned into a waiting area for migrants who are exempt from Title 42, the pandemic order that...

Newsbreak November 16, 2021

Supporters of the Cuban people take to the streets in South Florida and around the world. Closing arguments in the Kyle Rittenhouse case and...

Newsbreak November 15, 2021

Cuban protests continue as the country reopens to tourists today. The Astroworld festival death toll rises to 10 after a 9-year-old boy dies from...

Price hike: Demand for housing impacts South Miami-Dade

Due in part to out-of-state buyers, people in the market to buy a home for the first time are facing challenges-- even in the...

Best five Cuban bakeries in Miami-Dade County

Cuban pastries such as croquetas and pastelitos are a ubiquitous treat in  Miami-Dade County and South Florida. But how do you know which one...

Opa-Locka community of Cordoba Courts has seen a decrease in gun...

After an increase of gun violence in the Opa-Locka community of Cordoba Courts during January, officials at the company that owns these apartments said...

Five Cuban bakeries that sell the best pastelitos

It’s difficult to walk into a Cuban bakery and not inhale the sweet smell of a warm and perfectly baked pastelito. Pastelitos are the signature...

Living the American dream as an asylum seeker

Two years ago, Lester Estrada Cruz, a thin, strong, hard-gazing 30-year-old Cuban systems expert fled his home three hours from Havana after witnessing corruption...