‘On Your Feet!’ To Kick Off Broadway Miami SeasonThe Broadway hit “On Your Feet!” is now coming to South Florida, along with some other huge productions.
Daughter Of Miami Music Legends Making A Name For HerselfThe 22-year-old daughter of Miami royalty Gloria and Emilio Estefan is prepping her first big concert performance.
Celebs Of Cuban Descent Offer Thoughts On Castro’s DeathSome celebrities of Cuban descent took to social media to offer their thoughts on former Cuban leader Fidel Castro’s death.
Some Of South Florida's Big Stories In 20152015 was a big year for South Florida. We made history with gay marriage, U.S./Cuba relations, and saw our schools toss hundreds of thousands of grades out.
Obama Presents Emilio & Gloria Estefan With Presidential MedalThe day has come for South Florida residents and celebrity duo, Emilio and Gloria Estefan, to receive a presidential honor.
Emilio & Gloria Estefan To Get Presidential MedalHusband and wife celebrity duo Emilio and Gloria Estefan are getting a presidential honor.
Gloria & Emilio Estefan Celebrate Immigrants In MusicalWith some U.S. presidential candidates on the campaign trail demonizing immigrants, a powerhouse husband-and-wife team, who both happen to be immigrants themselves, hope they can offer some balance — and some pop songs.
Estefans Clarify New Song Isn’t Aimed At TrumpGloria and Emilio Estefan say their new song titled "We're All Mexican" has nothing to do with GOP presidential contender Donald Trump.
City Leaders Hope Miss Universe Pageant Puts Doral In SpotlightOn Sunday the spotlight shined on the 63rd Annual Miss Universe Pageant.
Clinton Meets With Estefans After Holding SummitFormer President Bill Clinton spoke Thursday to kick off a summit on the Americas held in South Florida.
Gloria Estefan Announces Miami Int’l Boat Show Is Moving To Marine StadiumIt’s official, the Miami Marine Stadium at Virginia Key will host the Miami International Boat Show for 2016 and years to come.
The Next Gloria Estefan Could Be In South Florida There are many talented people in South Florida who can sing and dance – but are they good enough to land a spot on Broadway?