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El mismo odioso refrán

El mismo odioso refrán

¿Por qué me lo hace?The city I cherish?¿Por qué se deshace?And let promise perish? Beaten and bruised and told not to rise,Forced to the skies and saltwater foam,Into a land where they were despised.Welcomed with cries of “Cuban, go home!” Sudor colectivo ganó la...
Miami Latinos’ Racism is the Height of Hypocrisy

Miami Latinos’ Racism is the Height of Hypocrisy

Credit: Pedro Portal, Miami Herald Spic. Janitor. Fidel. Drug dealer. Communist. Rafter. Affirmative action poser. Scarface. Boat rower. Lettuce picker. Lawn service. Shark food. Spot-stealer (of a deserving non-Hispanic White). These are some of the many insults...
Miamians Should Be Proud, But Also, F*ck This City

Miamians Should Be Proud, But Also, F*ck This City

If you think this is another hit piece laying out how Miami is superficial, and vacuous, and immature, and petty, and etc., and etc., well, it’s not. Neither the article nor the city. It’s about how most Miamians feel two simultaneous, seemingly diametrically opposed...
Miamians Looking Forward to Being Assholes to Each Other Again

Miamians Looking Forward to Being Assholes to Each Other Again

Julia Flores, a 41-year-old Westchester native, slouched on a loveseat and absentmindedly fiddled with her phone. “There’s a lot I miss,” she said. “I’ve been cooped up for months. So, of course, I want to go the movies, see my family, grab drinks with friends, but...
Miami’s Mythical Animals Roam Its Streets During Quarantine

Miami’s Mythical Animals Roam Its Streets During Quarantine

I rode down an eerily quiet Brickell Avenue at 3 AM with Denise Holcombe, Zoo Miami’s Director of Fabled Creatures. “With less people on the streets, Miamians are reporting more frequent fox, deer, bear, and even panther sightings,” said Holcombe as she passed 8th...