A few years ago economists were predicting it would take a decade to move all the condos built during the boom in Downtown Miami.
Hundreds of walkers and runners waited at dawn Saturday for the bark of the starter’s pistol so they could do their part to raise money to help feed the homeless of Latin America.
The head of the U.S. Southern Command, based in Miami, said the United States has to recognize an increasing threat from transnational criminal groups that have taken refuge across much of Latin America.
The strain of cholera that is devastating parts of Haiti has been traced back to a strain found in South Asia, The Los Angeles Times is reporting.
It’s a word you’ve probably heard around South Florida whether you speak Spanish or not, and in local Hispanic culture, it’s considered a mild epithet, like ‘hell’ or ‘damn’. But in other parts of the country, the same word is considered vulgar, offensive, and has even sparked a court battle.
In the shadow of the devastation, homelessness and disease that remain in Haiti after January’s devastating earthquake, there is beauty and art. Haitian writers offer stories of their country, some of which will highlight the Miami Book Fair International from Nov. 14 to 21.