While January 1 is a day of celebration for many, for exiled Cubans, it’s a somber anniversary of the communist revolution on the Caribbean island.
It was a toast repeated yearly since the family arrived from Cuba in the 1960s. Gustavo Pérez Firmat’s family uttered the toast as a wish they anxiously waited to fulfill.
In his first trip outside of Cuba since 2000, Elian Gonzalez denounced the U.S. embargo against Cuba at a youth conference in Quito, Ecuador.
Elian Gonzalez the Cuban boy who survived a boat sinking during his journey to South Florida but was later taken at gunpoint by US agents from Miami relatives, took his first trip overseas since being reunited with his father in Cuba back in 2000.
The pain we’re seeing at the passing of Nelson Mandela extends to South Florida where possibly no one feels it more than Miami attorney H.T. Smith.
Former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro turned 87 years old Tuesday and as the country he spent more than a half century in charge of moves forward, the once boisterous revolutionary has largely disappeared from the public eye.
Florida Power and Light Company demolished two 150-foot-tall smokestacks Saturday morning in Palmetto Bay.
With Cuban Independence Day just around the corner, a frequent Cuban hunger strike traveled to Miami for the holiday.
The increasingly isolated North Korea received a new warning about trying to start a nuclear war with the United States, this time coming from former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
Internationally acclaimed Cuban blogger will speak Monday at Miami-Dade College’s Freedom Tower.