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Cuban-Jewish Blues Musician, Uncle Scotchy, Leads an Emotive One-Man Show About...

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Imagine being able to peer into a slice of someone’s life experiences. Think of the emotional tug and pulls of seeing and hearing stories...

Young Urban Artist Pays Tribute to Uvalde Victims in New Song

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The tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, has forever scarred the Latino community in the United States. The deaths of 19 children and two teachers at...
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Jorge Zamanillo Named Founding Director of National Museum of the American...

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The National Museum of the American Latino now has a founding director. The Smithsonian announced Friday that Miami museum leader Jorge Zamanillo would take...

BELatina’s Weekend Recap: Latinas at the Olympics, Protests in Miami, and...

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BELatina's Weekend Recap is a weekly summary of the most important news you should know before starting the week.   Happy Monday morning! While we wait...

What We Know About the Miami Condo Collapse

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The partial collapse of a 12-story residential condo in Miami-Dade County on June 25 has shocked the community. The partial collapse occurred around 1:15 a.m....

‘Cocina Con Raices,’ A Delicious Refuge for Boricuas in Miami

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Latino cooking is a story of tradition, of cakes that taste of roses, fritters bathed in syrup, a pot of beans simmering on the...

2020 Elections: The Fragility of Our Latin American Countries Should Not...

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Florida, you’re so predictable it’s nauseating. As someone who resides in Florida, I can say this. I can explain the agony that takes over...

The Reality of the American Dream: Flight to Freedom

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BELatina’s Student Corner Series - Ana Laura Escandell is a student of the Miami Dade College - Eduardo Padrón Campus The following essay first appeared in...
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Iconic Visual Artist Teresita Fernández Takes Her Biggest Exhibition Back Home

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Returning home is never easy, especially if the journey has been as long and fruitful as that of visual artist Teresita Fernández. Born in Miami...

Reinterpreting Tango Through Speakeasy-Style Milongas With Miami Vocalist Mariana Quinteros

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When vocalist Mariana Quinteros left her hometown of Buenos Aires to live in South Florida with her family, she thought she would have to...

Earth to Miami: Spotlight on Sustainable Design at CASACOR with Local...

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Walking into CASACOR’s third annual design show in downtown Miami, a person is immediately met with the furnishings and stylings that channel the glam...

Chica’s Miami Outpost Open This Week, with Chef Lorena García in...

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Chef Lorena García is a busy chica following the opening of her restaurant Chica. Situated in Little Haiti, Chica has begun serving lunch, brunch,...